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Scanning practice. 1. What did a Spaniard do?
15.6.1. Read the questions. Be sure you've got them well in mind.
1. What did a Spaniard do?
2. Where did the Indian apply?
3. What kind of a man was the judge of the court?
4. What did the Indian invent?
5. What did the Indian tell the judge?
15.6.2. Start scanning the text. Don't fail to note your time.
It happened in America not long after its colonization by the Spaniards. A Spaniard stole an Indian's horse. The Indian however found the thief and demanded the horse to be returned to him, but the Spaniard refused to do it. The Indian applied to the court and brought witnesses who could testify that it was his horse. But the judge of the court was a bad man and used to take bribes from the parties who came to the court. The Indian knew this, and he invented a trick how to deceive the judge. Before going to the court on the day of the trial, he took a big stone and put it under his arm. The judge at once noticed that the Indian had something under his arm and decided the case in the Indian's favour. He ordered the horse to be returned to the Indian and punished the Spaniard for theft. After the trial, when the judge and the Indian were left alone, the judge asked the former what it was under his arm and whom it was meant for. The Indian showed him the stone and told it was meant for the judge in case he would had decided in the Spaniard's favour. It was a good lesson for the bad judge, and he gave up the habit of taking bribes.
15.6.3.Answer the questions in 15.6.1. (Books closed.)
15.7.1. Look at the following questions. You'll have to answer them after reading the text.
1. What does he usually have with his meals?
2. What does he usually have on Mondays?
3. What perfume is Miss Smith wearing?
4. Does she always wear it?
5. What question was he going to ask her?
15.7.2. Listen to the dialogue.
15.7.3. Answer the questions in 15.7.1.
15.7.4. Look through the list of words. They will help you to understand the text.
endangered — находящийся в опасности
owl — сова
environment — окружающая среда
threaten — угрожать
assassinate — убивать
logging — валка деревьев
bully — запугивать
destruction — уничтожение
solitary confinement — одиночное заключение
torture — пытка
courageous — мужественный
15.7.5. Listen to the story. Be ready to give the contents of it.
15.7.6. Tell the contents of the story as close to the text as possible.
Time for fun
15.8.1. Read the following jokes and then try to retell them in English.
1. LIFE TRIALS
«Come in, my poor man», said a lady to a ragged tramp, «and I will get you something to eat»;
«Thank you, ma'am».
«I suppose», continued the lady, setting a meal before him, «your life has been full of trials».
«Yes, ma'am; and the worst of it I was always got convicted».
trial — испытание, судебный процесс
convict — осудить
2. EXACT TESTIMONY
A coroner was examining a witness at the inquest.
«Your son says you saw the man jump out of the building?»
«From your knowledge of men, do you think he jumped out of despondency?»
«No, sir; it was out of the fourth storey window».
coroner — следователь
inquest — следствие, расследование
despondency — крайнее отчаяние
!!! * 15.8.2. And now try to solve this crossword.
1. A book in which you find the meaning of words. 7. Not cooked. 8. Every one. 10. Frequently. 12. The main notion of any religion. 14. Tidy. 17. Rest of comfort. 19. Act. 21. Personal pronoun (third person singular). 22. A meal or a drink. 23. Therefore. 24. Heap. 25. You must open these to enter houses. 28. Thirteen down without the «s». 29. Water falling from the clouds. 31. Preposition. 32. Attempt. 33. You can see five of these on your foot.
1. Pull. 2. Cold (comparative degree). 3. Not on. 4. Plural of «is». 5. Past tense of «run». 6. The twenty fifth and twenty-third letters of the alphabet. 9. Lonely (comparative). 11. Accusative of «they». 13. You do this with your eyes. 15. Not before. 16. Singular of 33 across. 18. Long (opposite). 20. Wireless. 23. Same as 23 across. 24. A tame animal. 26. Half of two. 27. A male child. 30. Preposition.
Фонетика: sounds [¶], [S], [s]
Словообразование: сложные прилагательные типа nation-wide
Грамматика: бессоюзные придаточные предложения; атрибутивные группы
Текст: «Steve asks questions»
16.1.1. Listen, look, say:
cheek future watch reached
chamber culture fetch lunched
child nature lunch fetched
choice orchard catch watch chain
chill lecture ditch Dutch cheese
chubby mixture much catch Charles
16.1.2. Listen, look, say:
1. Which is which?
2. Don't catch a chill.
3. Such carpenters, such chips.
4. Not much of a catch.
5. Here are two pictures which are a match.
6. Charlie doesn't know chalk from cheese.
7. Venture a small fish to catch a great one.
8. Chattie's wisdom matches her charms.
9. Hatches, catches, matches and dispatches.
10. The years teach much which the days never know.
16.1.3. Listen, look, say. Pay attention to the difference between the sounds [S] as in shop, [s] as in seem, [¶] as in chop.
A. The Chairman shouted at Miss Chase.
В. Shouted at Miss Chase! Oh, a Chairman shouldn't shout, should he?
A. No, he shouldn't.
B. Not even at Miss Chase.
A. Will you watch Sheila for me while I finish shopping? I must fetch some fish and some cheese and — oh, yes —1 must ask the butcher for some nice chops. Watch her, won't you?
B. She seems to need a wash. Shall I wash her?
A. I wish you would.
B. If I can catch her! Sheila! Come for a nice wash, Sheila! Sheila! Oh! Ouch! She scratched me!
A. Sheila! I'm ashamed of you, Sheila!
B. Oh, it's only a small scratch.
A. Are you sure?
B. Fortunately, she's only a small cheetah.
16.2.1.Translate the following compound adjectives:
a paper-white face, a sky-blue car, apple-red cheeks, steel-grey eyes, life-long history, rustproof metal, silk-soft hair, knee-high boots.
16.2.2. Make compound adjectives according to the following word combinations. Translate them: hair that is as brown as honey; water as cold as stone; man as deaf as stone; a vest that is proof against bullets; wood as hard as iron; a confe rence that continues through a week (long); a son who is one year old.
16.2.3. Translate the following sentences:
1. The sun was blood-red behind the thin trees some distance off. 2. The scooter was secured by a thief-proof device. 3. His face whisky-red, was handsome. 4. Her eyes were soft, cat-green. 5. Crime in Detroit had arisen alarmingly in recent years and now even suburban Birmingham — once considered crime-free — had armed robberies.
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