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Unit 1, lesson 2, ex.1a

Maps, maps, … maps, what do they show?

M_, i_, r_ and l_, o_ and s_, and like these.

Maps, maps, … maps, what do they show?

C_ on c_, r_ in c_, t_, v_, even b_.

Maps, maps.

What’s th_ r_?

They t_ us on a t_

Round the w_.

Unit 1, lesson 3, I. Warm-up

1. a continental

a. from them

 

 

2. be made up

b. border

 

 

3. be surrounded

c. location

 

 

4. be separated

d. of six regions

 

 

5. by a land

e. with the countries historically

 

 

6. border on

f. by five countries

 

 

7. be linked

g. and cultural links with the countries

 

 

8. have good economic

h. five countries

 

 

Unit 1, lesson 4, ex. 3 B, C

in the world

The Caspian Sea

Lake Superior

Lake Victoria (Africa)

 

(Kazakhstan)

(U.S.-Canada)

68,800

 

371, 000

about 82,100 (82,170)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

in the UK

Lough ([l k] = lake)

Lower

Lough Erne

 

Loch ([l k] = lаke) Lo-

 

 

Neagh [ne ]

[ :n]

 

mond

[ l m nd] (Scot-

 

(Northern Ireland)

(Northern Ireland)

land)

 

109.5

 

 

 

392 (383) – about 390

 

 

71

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

in Belarus

Lake Naroch (Minsk

Lake Osveya (Vitebsk

Lake Chervonoye (Gomel

 

region)

region)

region)

 

79.6

52.8

 

 

40.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 1, lesson 4, ex. 1, 2

Key to ex. 1: harder, older, older, wetter, harder, lower, deeper, richer, drier, better, easier

Key to ex. 2: North-west: wetter, covered by moorland, more difficult to reach, poor soils, more mountainous, more thinly populated.

South-east: drier, covered by hills, easier communications, richer and deeper soils, better for farming, better for industry, more densely populated.

Unit 1, lesson 5, IV. Moving activity

1)see an amazing variety of nature;

2)the landscape of, varied;

3)be mostly flat, but range from … to;

4)be made up of, grassy green plains, swampy lowlands, gentle velvet hills;

5)beautiful thick forests, purple with heather in autumn, cover;

6)full of flowers in spring and summer, full of animals and birds in any season;

7)picturesque calm lakes;

8)wide and narrow, fast and slow rivers;

9)marvellous beaches on river banks,

10)fascinating little islands in rivers and lakes, inhabited by birds and little insects;

11)very beautiful, border on the blue waters of the lakes;

12)attract a lot of people;

13)enjoy fantastic / great views in any part of the country.

Unit 1, lesson 6, ex. 2b, 2c (WB)

Key to ex. 2b, 2c

A.Llywelyn’s friend / King of England’s gift / Gelert, a clever dog lived, came, brought, was, drove, played, was, become

B.Autumn hunting / Hunting in the mountains

was, stayed, covered

C.Gelert disappeared was, disappeared, came

D.Killing Gelert

was, saw, stood, grew, started, took, closed, put, killed

E.Llywelyn’s son alive and unharmed cried, heard, found, was

F.Burying the brave dog

buried, put, built

G. The village of Bedd Gelert grew, took, smiled

Unit 1, lesson 7, ex. 1c (WB)

Key to ex. 1c

_3__ loved a young man, _2__ could sing and play the psaltery, _1__ there lived a girl, _6__ saw her, _5__ was sitting near a lake, _9__ took her to the palace, _7__ liked her, _10__ was unhappy, _4__ wanted to marry, _11__ set fire to the palace, _8__ killed her groom, _15__ was named, _12__ ran away, _13__ sent his servants, _14__ jumped into the lake and died.

Unit 2, lesson 1, ex. 3a

Watch your th_, for they become w_,

Watch your w_, for they become a_,

Watch your a_, for they become h_,

Watch your h_, for they become your ch_,

Watch your ch_, for it becomes your d_.

Unit 3, lesson 1, ex. 4

Monday: Roast chicken, tomato and sweet pepper salad, apple pie and tea.

Tuesday: Fish and chips, ketchup, cucumber salad and orange juice.

Wednesday: Pizza with ham, mushrooms, vegetables and olives, banana and cocoa.

Thursday: Meat with egg, carrot and onion salad, mineral water, kiwi.

Friday: Spaghetti, fruit salad, yogurt.

If you wish you can also have biscuits, a glass of milk, crisps, sandwiches or a boiled egg.

Unit 5. lesson 2, ex. 1 (WB)

Help box

raisin [ re z( )n] – изюм, currant [ k r nt] – коринка (сорт изюма без косточек), glace cherries –

глазированные (сваренные в сахаре) вишни, candied [ k ndid] peel – цукаты, cinnamon [ s n m n] – корица, nutmeg – мускатный орех, walnut [ w ln t] – грецкий орех, almond [ m nd] – миндальный орех.

Unit 5, lesson 3, ex. 3c

a.Many people stay up until midnight on New Year’s Eve. They see in the New Year with their friends and family.

b.When the clock strikes 12, people join hands and sing ‘Auld Lang Syne’, written by Robert Burns.

c.A lot of people come to central squares in London. They watch a 10-minute firework display at the London Eye. Other people watch the fireworks on TV.

d.In the north people follow the custom of the First Foot. People knock at their friend’s houses after midnight. It’s unlucky if a woman or a fair-haired man is the First Foot. It’s lucky if the First Foot is a tall, dark-haired man. The First Foot brings a coin, bread, salt and coal for good luck.

e.On New Year’s Day people make New Year Resolutions. They usually want to improve their health, finances, career, education, self.

Unit 5, lesson 4. V. Moving activity

Every year on 5th N… British people c… the a… of the Gunpowder Plot.

In 1605 in E… there was a large group of Pr… and a small group of C…

The law was un… to Catholics, who were fined because they didn’t a… the Protestant church.

A group of men plotted to kill King James and b… u… the Houses of P…, the place where the laws were made.

The men bought a house with a cellar n… to the Parliament building.

They planned to put gunpowder under the house and b… up the parliament b…

On 5th November G… F… was arrested in the cellar.

The King o… to celebrate his survival with b….

Today people burn b… on the night of 5th N…

People b… potatoes in foil and s… over the flames.

People burn guys on b… and enjoy f… displays.

Unit 5, lesson 6, ex. 2d

Card 1

An idea or action

let the BBC come and film the children’s pancake races and put the races on the show

invite the BBC to the world-famous pancake races in Olney allow a man run in the pancake race with women

Card 2

Opinions for an idea or action

1. I believe it was absolutely correct to V

It made the event far more amusing / entertaining / interesting / exciting / popular. … also V2 … 2. I think there was nothing bad in Ving

It attracted a lot more people / money. Besides, … V2

3. I’m sure there’s nothing wrong with Ving … It added a lot of fun / humour. … also V2

Lexical Clues

Mention that the BBC was coming, attract more young people, make people feel proud, make the town more popular, be unfair to let people down, take part in a range of activities, enjoy delicious pancakes, have a good time with family and friends, change traditions, give birth to new traditions

Card 3

Opinions against an idea or action

1.I believe it was absolutely wrong to V …, because the tradition has been around for centuries. It goes back to … It’s important (not) to V

Besides, it made the event a lot nosier / more stressful / less relaxed / less traditional.

2.I think there was nothing good in Ving

Pancake races are one of the oldest events, dedicated to the religious tradition of Lent. The British are proud of their traditions, and it’s unfair (not) to V

3. I can agree that Ving … attracted more interest to the event. People could V … But it made money predominant.

Lexical Clues

Break / blow up the tradition, remember / forget the past, care about the past traditions, respect customs and traditions, lose the spirit of the past, become unpopular with many people, become / make more material, become / make less

Unit 5, lesson 7, ex. 4b

Help box

Belarusian people believe that it’s lucky to … because…

We think it’s unlucky to … because.

helps to avoid bad luck.

brings good / bad luck.

Unit 5, lesson 9, ex. 2 and ex. 1a (WB)

Help box to the text ‘Kupalle’:

Yarila – a character in the Slav mythology, symbolizing the spring strength of nature and its fertility (ритуальный персонаж славянской мифологии, воплощающий идею плодородия, весенней плодоносящей силы природы)

Pagan – relating to an ancient religion that had many gods and praised nature (языческий) Believe (v) – belief (n)

Festivity = celebration A meadow [ med ] – луг

A bank of a river – берег реки

A blossoming fern-flower – цветущий папоротник

Help box to the text ‘Afternoon tea’:

A scone – a small soft cake that sometimes contains dried fruit. You usually eat scones with butter

Cream – a thick yellowish-white liquid taken from the top of milk (сливки)

Devon cream tea – a cream tea (also known as a Devonshire tea, Devon cream tea) is tea taken with a combination of scones, clotted cream, and jam.

Devon – Devon [ d v n]; archaically known as Devonshire) is a county of England, reaching from the Bristol Channel in the north to the English Channel in the south

A china tea pot – фарфоровый чайник для заварки чая Blend – купаж (смесь различных сортов чая, кофе)

Unit 6, lesson 4, ex. 1, 2a, 2b (WB)

Key to ex. 1

‘Troitsa’ – Belarus; folk rock; authentic music instruments, guitar, percussion, drums. ‘Syabry’ – Belarus; folk, pop; guitar, bass guitar, drums, keyboard, percussions, violin ‘A-Studio’ – Kazakhstan; pop, rock, new wave, R&B; guitar, keyboard, bass guitar, saxophone ‘Aria’ – Russia; metal; guitar, bass guitar, drums

‘KoЯn’ – the USA; nu metal; guitar, bass guitar, drums, percussions, bagpipes, keyboard ‘The Beatles’ – the UK; rock, pop; guitar, bass guitar, drums, piano, harmonica

Key to ex. 2a. 1. Elvis Presley. 2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 3. Luciano Pavarotti. 4. Madonna. 5. John Lennon

Key to ex. 2b. Mozart

Unit 6, lesson 9, ex. 2d

1.Christine’s mother dies.

2.Christine hears about the Angel of Music from her father.

3.Christine and Raoul make friends.

4.Christine’s father dies.

5.Christine takes lessons from the Angel of Music.

6.Paris loves Christine’s beautiful voice.

7.Erik takes Christine to live with him.

8.Erik lets Christine go but he asks her to wear his ring.

9.Christine tells Raoul about Erik.

10.Raoul promises to take Christine away.

11.Erik kidnaps Christine.

12.Raoul and the Persian come to rescue Christine and get into trouble.

13.Erik says that if Christine doesn’t marry him, he’ll destroy the opera house.

14.Christine agrees to marry Erik and kisses him.

15.Erik lets Christine go and marry Raoul.

16.Christine and Raoul go away.

17.Erik dies.

Unit 7, lesson 2, ex. 3 (WB)

Key to ex. 3

Nulty asked what had happened to her. Phillip Marlow explained that the woman from the nightclub had said she was dead. He didn’t know why she had hidden the photo. He thought she was afraid of Moose. Marlowe believed she was afraid that Moose thought she was the person who had told the police about his bank job and got him put away in prison (в тюрьму) for eight years. Maybe Moose knew who it had been. Maybe he wanted to find that person. Marlowe said it was Nulty’s job to find out what was happening there, Phillip said he was going home.

Nulty wasn’t happy that Marlowe was leaving him in that mess, but Phillip said there was nothing more he could do.

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Marlowe asked if he could speak to Mr. Amthor. A woman’s voice on the phone answered that he couldn’t. He explained that his name was Phillip Marlowe. He spelled his name. He said he wanted to see Mr Amthor about Lindsay Marriott. The woman on the phone said she could take a message and maybe Amthor would see him the following week. But Marlowe was angry because he wanted to see her boss soon. She understood. Ten minutes later, she called back and said that Amthor would see Phillip at six that evening. Mr. Amthor said he would send a car to fetch Marlowe.

Unit 7, lesson 4, ex. 2b

William Shakespeare [ e ksp ]

A playwright [ ple ra t ] – драматург

Stratford-upon-Avon [ str tf d p n e v( )n] – Стрэтфорд-на-Эйвоне

Marriage [ m r d ] – брак; женитьба, замужество

Troupe [tru:p ] – труппа

King James I = King James the first ‘Hamlet’ [ h ml t] – «Гамлет» ‘King Lear’ [ k l ] – «Король Лир» ‘Othello’ [ el ] – «Отело» ‘Macbeth’ [m k be ] – «Макбет»

‘Much Ado [ du:] about Nothing’ – «Много шума из ничего»

Arthur Conan Doyle [ ’k n n’d l] Edinburgh [ ed nb r ]

Charles Altamont [ lt mŏnt] Doyle Mary Foley [ me ri f li]

Jesuit [ d z(j) t] Stonyhurst [ st ni h st]

Notable creation – заметное творение Sherlock Holmes [ l k h mz]

‘A Study in Scarlet’ – «Этюд в багровых тонах» (the first short story in which Sherlock Holmes appeared)

Kingsley [ k sli ] – a male name

Innes [ nez] – a male name (Gaelic origin) Heart disease [d zi z] – болезнь сердца

Joanne [d n] Rowling [ r l ] (born 31 July 1965) Boy-wizard – мальчик-волшебник

Airplane [ e ple n ] – самолет

Rolls-Royce – is an English brand which refers to the original car-making company Rolls-Royce Limited founded in 1906, which split into Rolls-Royce plc and Rolls-Royce Motors in 1973. RollsRoyce plc is the world’s second-largest maker of aircraft engines (авиадвигателей).

University of Exeter [ eks t ] Portugal [ p tj ( )l]

Hogwarts [ h w ts] – the name of the school of wizards, Harry Potter’s school Highest-grossing [ r s ] films – захватывающие фильмы

Forbes is an American business magazine, it publishes original articles on finance, industry, investing, marketing, technology, communications, science, and law. The magazine is well known for its lists, including its lists of the richest Americans (the Forbes 400), highest-paid stars under 30, and its list of billionaires [ b lj ne z].

Unit 7, lesson 4, ex. 1a (WB)

Third Rocket – «Третья ракета»

The Alpine [ lpa n] Ballad [ b l d] – «Альпийская баллада»

The Dead Don’t Feel Pain – «Мертвым не больно»

Sotnikov – «Сотников»

The Obelisk – «Обелиск»

Live to See the Dawn [d n] – «Дожить до рассвета»

To Go and Not to Return [r t n] «Пойти и не вернуться»

Sign [sa n] of Trouble [ tr b( )l] «Знак беды»

‘Treasure [ tre ] Island’ (1883) – «Остров сокровищ» ‘Kidnapped’ (1886) – «Похищенный»

‘Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hide’ (1886) – «Странная история доктора Джекила и мистера Хайда»

‘The Black Arrow [ r ]’ (1888) – «Чёрная стрела»

‘The Wrecker [ rek ]’ (1892) – «Потерпевшие кораблекрушение» ‘The Ebb-Tide’ (1894) – «Отлив»

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