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3). Hospital, berries, mushrooms, snow drops.

5. Listen to the sentences and repeat them after the speaker:

1). I read books, watch TV, and go to the park or to the forest, or to the cinema. 2). I ski and skate in winter, play ball and gather snow drops in spring, run and jump in summer, gather berries and mushrooms in autumn.

3). I build new houses, bake tasty bread, and make nice coats and dresses.

4). I read and write with you, sing songs and recite poems.

6. Listen to the beginning of the story and predict what this story is about:

I am Miss Week. I have 7 days. They are Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. I like my days very much. On Saturdays and Sundays I do not work.

7. Read the sentences and put them in the order they were in the text.

1). On Saturdays and Sundays I do not work.

2). I like my days very much.

3). I am Miss Week.

4). They are Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

8. Make a plan to the text. Divide the text into meaningful parts and entitle them.

9. Retell the text from the point of view of the main character.

10. Listen to the text and give the title:

Peters Story

Listen to Peters story and say how Peter did his homework yesterday.

This is a boy. His name is Peter. He is 9. And he goes to school. Yesterday he had 4 lessons. He came home from school and sat at the table to do his homework. The doorbell rang and his friend Bob came to see him. They played games, watched TV and read books. Then the telephone rang and Peter talked with Mary, his school friend. Later they met in the street and went to the park. In the evening Peter sat at the table but soon he fell asleep.

Vocabulary:

a doorbell

to ring

to fall asleep

Tasks:

1. Listen to the pairs of words and repeat after the speaker:

1). This − his.

2). Bell − fell.

3). Had − set.

4). Read − rang.

2. Listen to the sentences and put + if they are identical or − if they are different:

1). This is a boy. / He is a boy.

2). He came home from school and sat at the table to do his homework. / He sat at the table to do his homework when he came home from school.

3). In the evening Peter sat at the table but soon he fell asleep. / Peter fell asleep at the table in the evening.

3. Listen to the sentences and translate them:

1). He came home from school and sat at the table to do his homework.

2). The doorbell rang and his friend Bob came to see him.

3). Then the telephone rang and Peter talked with Mary, his school friend.

4). In the evening Peter sat at the table but soon he fell asleep.

4. Listen to the sentences and repeat them after the speaker:

1). He came home from school and sat at the table to do his homework.

2). Then the telephone rang and Peter talked with Mary, his school friend.

3). Later they met in the street and went to the park.

4). In the evening Peter sat at the table but soon he fell asleep.

5. Listen to the beginning of the story and predict what this story is about:

This is a boy. His name is Peter. He is 9. And he goes to school. Yesterday he had 4 lessons. He came home from school and sat at the table to do his homework. The doorbell rang and his friend Bob came to see him.

6. Read the sentences and put them in the order they were in the text.

1). Later they met in the street and went to the park.

2). He came home from school and sat at the table to do his homework.

3). Then the telephone rang and Peter talked with Mary, his school friend.

4). Yesterday he had 4 lessons.

5). His name is Peter.

6). And he goes to school.

8. Make a plan to the text. Divide the text into meaningful parts and entitle them.

9. Retell the text from the point of view of the main character.

10. Listen to the text and give the title:

It Doesnt Matter

Listen to the story and say what Betsy wanted to write.

Betsy is a little girl. She is only five. She doesnt know how to read and write. But her sister Mary is a schoolgirl. She is ten.

One day Mary sees her little sister at the table with a pen in her hand and a big white sheet of paper in front of her.

What are you doing? Mary asks her sister.

I am writing a letter to my friend Kitty, says Betsy. But you dont know how to write, says her sister.

Well, she says, it doesnt matter, because Kitty doesnt know how to read.

Vocabulary:

it doesnt matter −

only −

doesnt know − 쳺

sheet of paper −

in front of her −

What are you doing? − ?

I am writing −

Tasks:

1. Answer the following questions:

1). Why cant Betsy read and write?

2).What does Mary see on day?

3). Whom is Betsy writing a letter?

4). What does Betsy answer to her sister?

2. Listen to the sentences and put + if they are identical or − if they are different:

1). Betsy is a little girl. / Mary is a little girl.

2). But her sister Mary is a schoolgirl. / Her sister Mary is a schoolgirl.

3). One day Mary sees her little sister at the table with a pen in her hand and a big white sheet of paper in front of her.

3. Listen to the sentences and translate them:

1). She doesnt know how to read and write.

2). One day Mary sees her little sister at the table with a pen in her hand and a big white sheet of paper in front of her.

3).Well, she says, it doesnt matter, because Kitty doesnt know how to read.

4. Listen to the sentences and repeat them after the speaker:

1). One day Mary sees her little sister at the table with a pen in her hand and a big white sheet of paper in front of her.

2). But you dont know how to write, says her sister.

3).Well, she says, it doesnt matter, because Kitty doesnt know how to read.

5. Listen to the beginning of the story and predict what this story is about:

Betsy is a little girl. She is only five. She doesnt know how to read and write. But her sister Mary is a schoolgirl. She is ten.

One day Mary sees her little sister at the table with a pen in her hand and a big white sheet of paper in front of her.

7. Read the sentences and put them in the order they were in the text.

1). One day Mary sees her little sister at the table with a pen in her hand and a big white sheet of paper in front of her.

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