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Читаємо в 5 класі





Укладачі:


Рюрик Є.Б.


Смолякова Н.Г.



учитель англійської мови першої кваліфікаційної категорії Харцизького навчально-виховного комплексу «Інтелект» № 25


учитель англійської мови першої кваліфікаційної категорії Харцизького навчально-виховного комплексу «Інтелект» № 25




Рецензенти:


Каліта В.В.


^ Чернова Л.М.




методист міського методичного кабінету відділу освіти Харцизької міської ради


учитель англійської мови першої кваліфікаційної категорії Харцизької спеціалізованої школи з поглибленим вивченням іноземних мов № 26





Читаємо в 5 класі. Навчальний посібник для учителів. – Харцизьк, 2013р.


Посібник пропонує тексти для читання та опрацювання в 5 класі (5 рік навчання англійської мови). Учителі іноземної мови можуть використовувати матеріали посібника як на навчальних заняттях так і в позакласній роботі, а учні - самостійно перевіряти свої уміння.


ЗМІСТ


School life


4

The Best Time for Apples


6

Big Ben


8

How many rooms are there in the English house


10

Our Family


12

Travelling


14

Kiev is the capital of Ukraine


16

Rest in the Lake District


18

History of holidays


20

Inside Buckingham Palace


22

Charles Dickens (1812-1870)


24

Відповіді


26

Інформаційні джерела


29



^ School life


Dear Paul,

How are you? Thank you for your letter. Last time I promised to tell you about my school.

So, this year I`m in the fifth form. We have got some new subjects, for example Geography which I like very much, so we`ve got more lessons every day. As I wrote last time we have lunch from 12 o`clock to 12.20. Some pupils eat in the canteen but I like bringing my own lunch because my mother makes great sandwiches.

Now we`ve got 5 or 6 lessons every day so we`ve got a lot of homework and it takes us several hours to do it. Sometimes we have to write a composition, to prepare a report or to learn a poem by heart. As I like Ukrainian Literature I read a lot too.

I`m interested in foreign countries, their culture and peoples so the subject I like most is English. We have very interesting English lessons because our teacher trains us in different ways. We learn new words, dramatize texts and dialogues, discuss interesting things, do role-plays, listen to tapes and speak a lot. Our teacher usually supports us when we work in pairs and make up our own conversations.

Are things very different at your school?

Best wishes,

Fred.

Test 1. State true or false statements.

  1. This year I`m in the sixth form.

  2. We have got some new subjects, for example Biology which I like very much.

  3. We have lunch from 12 o`clock to 12.20.

  4. I like bringing my own lunch because my mother makes great cakes.

  5. We`ve got 5 or 6 lessons every day.

  6. I`m interested in foreign countries, their culture and peoples so the subject I like most is History.

  7. We learn new words, dramatize texts and dialogues, discuss interesting things, do role-plays, listen to tapes and speak a lot.

  8. Our teacher usually doesn’t support us when we work in pairs and make up our own conversations.

Test 2. Find the right answer.

  1. What is the name of the hero?

  1. Fred b) Tom c) Sam

  1. What form does Fred study at?

  1. seventh form b)sixth form c)fifth form

  1. What new subject does Fred have this year?

a) History b) Geography c) Biology

  1. Fred likes bringing his own lunch because his mother makes great…

  1. cakes b)biscuits c)sandwiches

  1. How many lessons does Fred have every day?

  1. 4 or 5 b) 5 or 6 c) 6 or 7

  1. How much time does it take to do homework?

  1. several minutes b) several days c) several hours

  1. What does Fred read a lot?

  1. Literature b) Geography c) Ukrainian Literature

  1. Fred also interested in…

  1. foreign countries b) Biology c) Ukrainian Literature

  1. What lesson is interesting for Fred?

  1. Mathematics b) English c) Russian

  1. Why do these lessons interesting?

  1. we do all we want there b) our teacher trains us in different ways

  1. We learn new words, dramatize texts and dialogues, discuss interesting things, do role-plays, listen to tapes and speak a lot on…

  1. Russian b) French c) English

  1. When does Fred’s teacher support them?

  1. when they work at lessons b) when they work in groups c) when they play


The Best Time for Apples

It was the first English lesson at a small school after summer holidays. The lesson was about the seasons of the year.

“There are four seasons in the year”, said the teacher. “They are spring, summer, autumn and winter. In spring it is warm and everything begins to grow. In summer it is hot and there are many flowers in the fields and gardens, in the parks and woods. The farmers work all day long on their farms. In autumn there are a lot of vegetables and fruit. In winter it is cold and often snows.

Here the teacher stopped and looked at one of the pupils. “Stop talking, Tom”, he said. “Now listen to my question. Can you tell us what the best time for apples is”?

“Yes, sir”, answered Tom. “It is when the farmer is not at home and there is no dog in the garden”.


Test 1. State true or false statements

  1. It was the second English lesson at a small school.

  2. It was the first English lesson at a small school after autumn holidays.

  3. The lesson was about the seasons of the year.

  4. There are two seasons in the year.

  5. In spring it is warm and everything begins to grow.

  6. In autumn it is hot and there are many flowers in the fields and gardens.

  7. In summer there are a lot of vegetables and fruit.

  8. In winter it is cold and often snows.




  1. Test 2. Choose the right answer.

  1. What was the lesson?

  1. Literature b) English c) Ukrainian

  1. Where was the lesson?

  1. at school b) at a small school c) at the Institute

  1. When did this lesson happen?

  1. after autumn holidays b) after spring holidays c) after summer holidays

  1. What was the lesson about?

  1. seasons b) holidays c) family

  1. How many seasons are there in a year?

  1. 2 b) 4 c)12

  1. It is warm and everything begins to grow in…

  1. spring b) winter c) summer

  1. It is hot and there are many flowers in the fields and gardens, in the parks and woods in…

  1. autumn b) summer c) spring

  1. The farmers work all day long on their farms in …

  1. autumn b) summer c) winter

  1. There are a lot of vegetables and fruit in …

  1. spring b) summer c) autumn

  1. It is cold and often snows in…

  1. winter b) spring c) autumn

  1. What was the name of the pupil who was talking?

  1. Tim b) Tom c) John

  1. What is the best time for apples?

  1. autumn b) when the farmer is not at home and there is no dog in the garden



Big Ben

The big clock on the tower of the Palace of Westminster in London is often called Big Ben. But Big Ben is really the bell of the clock. It is the biggest clock bell in Britain. It weighs 13.5 tons. The clock tower is 318 feet high. You have to go up 374 steps to reach the top. So the clock looks small from the pavement below the tower. But its face is 23 feet wide. It would only just fit into some classrooms. The minute-hand is 14 feet long. Its weight is equal to that of two bags of coal. The hour-hand is 9 feet long. The clock bell is called Big Ben after Sir Benjamin Hall. He had the job to see that the bell was put up. Sir Benjamin was a big man. One day he said in Parliament, "Shall we call the bell St. Stephen's?" St. Stephen's is the name of the tower. But someone said for a joke, "Why not call it Big Ben?" Now the bell is known all over the world by that name.


Test 1. State true or false statements

  1. The big tower of the Palace of Westminster in London is often called Big Ben.

  2. Big Ben is really the bell of the clock.

  3. it is the smallest clock bell in Britain.

  4. it weighs 13.5 tons.

  5. the clock looks big from the pavement below the tower.

  6. the clock bell is called Big Ben after Sir Benjamin Hall.

  7. Sir Benjamin was a fat man.


Test2. Choose the right variant.

  1. Where is the big clock situated?

a) in London b) in Spain c) in Los-Angeles

2.What is the name of the clock?

a) Big Tom b) Big Sam c) Big Ben

3.How many does the clock weigh?

a) 13.5 tons b) 13 tons c) 14 tons

4. How many steps do you have to go up to reach the top?

a) 376 steps b) 374 steps c) 347 steps

5. How does the clock look from the pavement below the tower?

a) big b) small c) very small

6. Its face is…

  1. 2 feet wide b) 24 feet wide c) 23 feet wide

7.It would only just fit into some …

a) classrooms b) bedrooms c) living-rooms

  1. The minute-hand is …

  1. 11 feet long b) 13 feet long c) 14 feet long

  1. Its weight is equal to that of …

a) two bags of coal b) two bags of potato c) two bags of sugar

10.The clock bell is called Big Ben after …

a) Sir Benjamin Pall b) Sir Benjamin Hall c) Sir Benjamin Tall

11.What was his job?

a) to see that the bell was put up b) to see that the tower was put up

12.He was big or small man?

a) big b) small


How many rooms are there in the English house

English people like to live in their own houses with flower beds in front of them. English houses usually have two floors. In England sitting rooms, kitchens and dining rooms are downstairs and bedrooms and bathrooms are upstairs.

Tommy lives in England with his father, mother and little sister. They live not far from London. Tommy’s house has two floors. There is a sitting room, a dining room and a kitchen downstairs, on the ground floor. There are three small bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs, on the first floor.

The sitting room is big and nice. It has two windows and one door. There is a red carpet on the floor. On the right there is a sofa. There is a picture on the wall over the sofa. On the left there is a piano and a bookcase. There are many books there. In the wall opposite the door there is a fireplace. Near the fireplace there is a television. Tommy, his father, mother and sister like to sit at the fireplace and watch TV.


Test 1. State true or false statements:

  1. Tommy lives in London.

  2. Tommy’s house has two floors.

  3. There are five rooms in the house.

  4. The sitting room is small.

  5. There is a fireplace in the sitting room.

  6. Tommy’s family likes to sit at the fireplace and read interesting books.


Test 2. Choose the right variant.

  1. What do English people like?

a)To live alone b) to live with family c) to live in their own houses

2. How many floors are there in English houses?

a) 3 b) 2 c) 1

3. In England sitting rooms, kitchens and dining rooms are …

a) downstairs b) upstairs c) underground

4. Bedrooms and bathrooms are …

a) upstairs b) downstairs c) underground

5. Who live with Tom?

a) father, mother and little sister b) father, mother and little brother c) grandparents

6. They live not far from …

a) Birmingham b) England c) London

7. How many floors has Tommy’s house?

a) 1 b) 2 c) 3

8. There is a sitting room, a dining room and a kitchen on…

a) The first floor b) the ground floor c) the second floor

9. There are three small bedrooms and a bathroom on…

a) the first floor b) the ground floor c) the second floor

10. The sitting room is …

a) big and cosy b) small and nice c) big and nice

11. What colour is the carpet in the sitting room?

a) green b) red c) pink

12. How many bedrooms in the Tommy’s house?

  1. two b) three c) four



Our Family

Let me introduce myself. My name is Alexander, Alec for short. At the moment I am a pupil of the 5th Form. My parents are not old at all. Father is 45 years old, and Mother is 43. My father works at a big plant as an engineer. He is a good-looking man, tall, handsome, with dark-brown hair. By character my father is a quite man, a little unpractical while my mother is energetic and talkative. She is very attractive, a beautiful woman with large blue eyes and fair hair. My mother is a teacher of music and plays the piano very well. She always has a lot of work to do about the house, and we all help her. She manages her house very well. My mother is kind and gentle, very practical and full of common sense. Besides me, my parents have two more children. Thus I have got an older brother and a younger sister. My brother, whose name is Michael, is 25. He is a builder. Michael is married and has a family of his own. He has a wife and two children - a son and a daughter. They are twins. They are as like as two peas. It means I have a niece and a nephew.

My younger sister Helen is only eleven. She is a lovely little girl with golden hair and dark blue eyes. She is always full of joy and gaiety. Helen does well at school and gets only good and excellent marks. She loves music and dancing and she sings prettily. She is like a ray of sunshine in the house. Our family is very united. We like to spend time together watching TV, listening to music or just talking about the events of the day I also have many other relatives: uncles, aunts, cousins and many friends. We are happy when we are together.


Test 1. State true or false statements:

  1. My parents are not young at all.

  2. My father works at a big plant as an engineer.

  3. By character my father is an active man.

  4. My mother is energetic and talkative.

  5. My mother is a teacher of music and plays the piano very well.

  6. My brother, whose name is Michael, is 20.


Test 2. Find the right answer.

  1. What is the name of the hero of this story?

  1. Alec b) Henry c) Sammy

  1. How old is his father?

  1. 43 b) 45 c) 46

  1. What is his father?

  1. a farmer b) a worker c) an engineer

  1. What is the father’s character?

  1. Talkative b) quite c) energetic

  1. Who is energetic and talkative in Alec’s family?

  1. Mother b) father c) brother

  1. What is his mother?

  1. a professor b) an engineer c) a teacher

  1. What is the character of Alec’s mother?

  1. kind and gentle b) kind and optimistic c) kind and energetic

  1. His brother’s name is …?

  1. Alex b) Michael c) Alec

  1. What is his brother?

  1. Builder b) engineer c) shop-assistant

10) What is his sister’s name?

a) Hanna b) Jane c) Helen

11) How old is she?

a) 12 b) 11 c) 10

12) Our family is…

a) unkind b) united c) happy


Travelling

Millions of people all over the world spend their holidays travelling. They travel to see other countries and continents, modern cities and the ruins of ancient towns, they travel to enjoy picturesque places, or just for a change of scene. It is always interesting to discover new things, different ways of life, to meet different people, to try different food, to listen to different musical rhythms. Those who live in the country like to go to a big city and spend their time visiting museums and art galleries, looking at shop windows and dining at exotic restaurants. City-dwellers usually like a quiet holiday by the sea or in the mountains, with nothing to do but walk and bathe and lie in the sun. Most of travelers and holiday-makers take a camera with them and take pictures of everything that interests them — the sights of a city, old churches and castles, views of mountains, lakes, valleys, plains, waterfalls, forests, different kinds of trees, flowers and plants, animals and birds. Later, perhaps years later, the photos will remind them of the happy time they once had.

People travel by train, by plane, by boat, and by car. All ways of travelling have their advantages and disadvantages. And people choose one according to their plans and destinations. If we are fond of travelling, we see and learn a lot of things that we can never see or learn at home, though we may read about them in books and newspapers and see pictures of them on TV. The best way to study geography is to travel, and the best way to get to know and understand people is to meet them in their own homes.


Test 1. Are the following sentences true (T) or false (F)

  1. Millions of people all over the world spend their holidays shopping.

  2. They travel to see other countries and continents, modern cities and the ruins of ancient towns.

  3. Those who live in the country like to go to a big city and spend their time visiting supermarkets.

  4. Most of travelers don’t take camera with them.

  5. People travel by train, by plane, by boat, and by car.

  6. The best way to study geography is to travel.


Test 2. Choose the right variant.

  1. Millions of people all over the world spend their holidays

  1. Reading b) travelling c) shopping

  1. Those who live in the country like to go to a

  1. big city b) abroad c) capital

  1. Most of travelers take:

  1. a mobile phone b) tape recorder c) camera

  1. People travel by :

  1. Plane b) bus c) on foot

  1. The best way to study geography is to :

  1. stay at home b) use the Internet c) travel



Kiev is the capital of Ukraine

Kiev (or Kyiv) is the capital of Ukraine, its political, administrative, cultural and scientific centre. Kiev is over 1,500 years old. According to the ancient legend Kiev was founded by three brothers: Kij, Shchek and Khoriv and their sister Libid. They settled on the heights above the Dnieper and founded a city on one of the hills and called it Kiev after the eldest brother. Kiev was a large commercial centre of the East Slavs and was called ‘the mother of all Russian towns’. Many historical places in Kiev remind us of its ancient history. Among them are the Golden Gate, St. Sophia’s Cathedral, St. Vladimir’s Cathedral, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, St. Andrew’s Church and many others. At present Kiev is a leading industrial centre of Ukraine. The capital of Ukraine is known for its output of motorcycles, cameras, river boats, planes and complicated electric measuring apparatuses. The Academy of Sciences of Ukraine is situated in Kiev. Kiev is the seat of Ukrainian Government.


Test 1. Are the following sentences true (T) or false (F)

  1. Kiev (or Kyiv) is the capital of Great Britain.

  2. Its political, administrative, cultural and scientific centre.

  3. Kiev is over 3,500 years old.

  4. Kiev was founded by five brothers and their sister Libid.

  5. Kiev was a large commercial centre of the East Slavs and was called ‘the mother of all Russian towns’.

  6. At present Kiev is a leading agricultural centre of Ukraine.

  7. The Academy of Sciences of Ukraine is situated in Kiev.

  8. Kiev is the seat of Russian Government.


Test 2. Choose the right variant.

  1. Kiev (or Kyiv) is the capital of:

  1. Ukraine b) Russia c) Great Britain




  1. Kiev is over :

  1. 2.500 years old b) 1.500 years old c) 3.500 years old

  1. According to the ancient legend Kiev was founded by :

  1. three sisters and a brother b) two brothers and a sister

c)three brothers and a sister

  1. Kiev was called :

  1. the mother of all Russian towns b) the mother of all Ukrainian towns

c)the mother of all Slavic towns

  1. At present Kiev is a leading :

  1. commercial centre b) industrial centre c) cultural centre



Rest in the Lake District

My name is Jane. Last summer my parents and I were in the Lake District. It’s a very popular place for having holidays in Britain. The Lake District is called so because there are a lot of beautiful lakes in the area. And over the lakes you can see mountains and green fields with lots of white sheep. Many people come there to have a rest, to walk in the mountains and to go fishing, boating. There are a lot of places to stay in the Lake District: hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfast places. We stayed in a nice hotel. Our room was big and comfortable. The hotel was on the hill and the view was lovely. The weather was fine, too. So our two weeks in the Lake District were fantastic!


Test 1. True or False?

1. Jane was in the Lake District with her friends.

2. The Lake District is a very popular holiday place.

3. You can see sheep in the Lake District.

4. If you like fishing or boating, the Lake District is a good place for you.

5. You can choose a place to stay in the Lake District.

6. Jane and her parents were in a hotel.

7. Jane and her parents stayed there for two weeks.


Test 2. Choose right variant:

  1. Last summer my parents and I were in

  1. the Lake District, b) New York,

c) The USA, d) The Crimea.

  1. The Lake District is called so because there are a lot of beautiful

  1. buildings, b) mountains,

c)fields, d) lakes in the area.

  1. Many people come there to have

  1. a lunch, b) a work,

c) a rest, d) a game.

  1. We stayed in a nice

a) flat, b) hotel,

c) room, d) office.

  1. The weather was

a) fine, too, b) ugly,

c) wonderful, d) bad.


History of holidays

Once upon a time many, many years ago when the earth was rather young, people knew nothing about holidays and days off. The men worked a lot and their women looked after children and every day they did difficult work about the house. The life was boring and uninteresting, that`s why people were too sad and sometimes even angry. The god of creativity decided to make some changes in people`s life. He gathered all other gods and they began to discuss this problem and at last they made a nice decision. The gods decided to give the people two days off. So, people were glad enough as they hadn`t to work on those days. But as we know, people always want something more. Time passed and people asked the god to bring some new changes in their lives. The gods gathered again and began to think. So, they decided to have some holidays during the year. On these holidays people don`t go to work, they can spend spare time with their families or friends. People liked it very much and were grateful to them.


Test 1. True or False?

  1. People knew nothing about holidays and days off.

  2. The life was happy and wonderful.

  3. The god of love decided to make some changes in people`s life.

  4. The gods decided to give the people money.

  5. Time passed and people asked the god to bring some bread.

  6. The gods gathered again and began to think.

  7. So, they decided to have some tasks during the year.


Test 2. Choose right:

1. The men worked a lot and their women looked after

a) children, b) domestic animals,

c) plants, d) husbands.

2. The god of creativity decided to make some changes in

a) people`s relations, b) work,

c) families, d) people`s life,

3. The gods decided to give the people

a) gold, b) money,

c) two days off, d) sweets.

4. But as we know, people always want

a) meat, b) presents,

c) money, d) something more.

  1. So, they decided to have some holidays during

  1. the year, b) the month,

c) winter, d) summer.


Inside Buckingham Palace

THE PALACE.

There are two addresses in London that the whole world knows. One is 10 Downing Street, where the Prime Minister lives. The other is Buckingham Palace. This famous place, first built in 1703, is in the very center of London.

It is two places, not one. It is a family house, where children play and grow up. It is also the place where presidents, kings, and politicians go to meet the Queen.

Buckingham Palace is like a small town with a police station, two post offices, a hospital, a bar, two sport clubs, a disco, a cinema, and a swimming pool. There are 600 rooms and three miles of red carpet. Two men work full-time to look after the 300 clocks. About 700 people work in the Palace.
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THE QUEEN”S DAY


When the Queen gets up in the morning, seven people look after her. One starts her bath, one prepares her clothes, and one feeds the Royal dogs. She has eight or nine dogs, and they sleep in their own bedroom near the Queen’s bedroom .Two people bring her breakfast. She has coffee from Harrods, toast, and eggs. Every day for fifteen minutes, a piper plays Scottish music outside her room and the Queen reads The Times.

Every Tuesday evening, she meets the Prime Minister. They talk about world news and have a drink, perhaps a gin and tonic or a whisky.
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AN INVITATION TO THE PALACE


When the Queen invites a lot of people for dinner, it takes three days to prepare the table and three days to the washing up. Everybody has five glasses: one for red wine, one for white wine, one for water, one for port, and one for liqueur. During the first and second courses, the Queen speaks to the person on her left and then she speaks to the person on her right for the rest of the meal. When the Queen finishes her food, everybody finishes, and it is time for the next course!


Answer the questions:

  1. Buckingham Palace is two places, not one. Why?

  2. Why is it like a small town?

  3. Are there a lot of clocks?

  4. How many dogs does the Queen have?

  5. What newspaper does she read?

  6. What sort of music does the piper play?

  7. Why do people have five glasses on the table?

  8. Who does the Queen speak to during a meal?

  9. What happens when the Queen finishes her food?



Charles Dickens (1812-1870)


Charles Dickens is one of the greatest novelists in the English language. He wrote about the real world of Victorian England and many of his characters were not rich, middle-class ladies and gentlemen, but poor and hungry people.

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Dickens the child


His family lived in London. His father was a clerk in an office. It was a good job, but he always spent more money than he earned and he often had debts. There were eight children in the family, so there life was hard.

Charles went to school and his teachers thought he was very clever. But suddenly, when he was eleven, his father went to prison for his debts and the family went too.Only Charles didn’t go to prison. He went to work in a factory, where he washed bottles. He worked ten hours a day and earned six shillings (30 pence) a week. Every night, after work, he worked four miles back to his room. Charles hated it and never forgot the experience . He used it in many novels, especially David Copperfield and Oliver Twist.
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Dickens the writer


When he was sixteen, he started to work for a newspaper. He visited law courts and the House of Parliament. Soon he was one of the Morning Chronicle’s best journalists. He also wrote short stories for magazines. These were funny descriptions of the people he met. Dickens characters were full of colour and life – good people were very good and bad people were horrible. His books became popular in many countries and he spent a lot of time abroad, in America, Italy, and Switzerland.

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Dickens the man


Dickens had ten children, but he didn’t have a happy family life. He was successful in his work but not at home, and his wife left him. He never stopped writing and travelling, and he died very suddenly in 1870.


Answer the questions:


  1. How old was Dickens when he died?

  2. How many brothers and sisters did he have?

  3. Was he good at school?

  4. Why did he leave school when he was eleven?

  5. Who was in prison?

  6. What did Charles do in his first job?

  7. What was his next job?

  8. Was he happy at home?

  9. When did he stop writing?



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School life

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The Best Time for Apples

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Big Ben

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C

C

A

B

A

A


How many rooms are there in the English house

Task 1

1

2

3

4

5

6

F

T

F

F

T

F


Task 2

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

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12

A

B

A

A

A

C

B

B

B

A

B

B

Our Family

Task 1

1

2

3

4

5

6

F

T

F

T

T

F


Task 2

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

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12

A

B

C

B

A

C

A

B

A

C

B

B


Travelling


Task 1

1

2

3

4

5

6

F

T

F

F

T

T

Task 2

1

2

3

4

5

B

A

C

A

C



Kiev is the capital of Ukraine

Task 1

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2

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4

5

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8

F

T

F

T

F

F

T

T

Task 2

1

2

3

4

5

A

B

C

A

B


Rest in the Lake District


Task 1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

T

T

T

T

T

T

T

T

Task 2

1

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4

5

A

D

C

B

A



History of holidays

Task 1

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4

5

6

7

T

F

F

F

F

T

F


Task 2

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3

4

5

A

D

C

D

A


Inside Buckingham Palace

  1. It is a family house, where children play and grow up. It is also the place where presidents, kings, and politicians go to meet the Queen.

  2. There are two post offices, a hospital, a bar, two sport clubs, a disco, a cinema, and a swimming pool.

  3. Yes, there are. Two men work full-time to look after the 300 clocks.

  4. She has eight or nine dogs

  5. The Times.

  6. The piper plays Scottish music.

  7. Everybody has five glasses: for red wine, one for white wine, one for water, one for port, and one for liqueur.

  8. During the first and second courses, the Queen speaks to the person on her left and then she speaks to the person on her right for the rest of the meal.

  9. When the Queen finishes her food, everybody finishes, and it is time for the next course!

Charles Dickens (1812-1870)

  1. He was 58 years old

  2. There were eight children in the family.

  3. Yes, he was, his teachers thought he was very clever.

  4. He went to work in a factory.

  5. His family was.

  6. He washed bottles.

  7. He worked for a newspaper. He visited law courts and the House of Parliament.

  8. No, he didn’t have a happy family life.

  9. He never stopped writing.

Інформаційні джерела

  • Васильева И.Б., Книга для чтения к учебнику английского языка для 5 класса средней школы. Сост. И.Б. Васильева, Изд. 3-е, М., Просвещение, 1978


  • Верещагина И.Н., Притыкина Т.А., Английский язык, Изд. 4-е, переработанное,  М., Просвещение, 1991, 206 с.


  • Іванова І.Є., Наумова О.А., English., Усі тексти для читання, Харків, Торсінг плюс, 2012, 64 с. - Текст "School Life"

    Острицька Н.І., Сапронова В.І. Cool Listening, Teacher's Book - Книга для вчителя, укл. Острицька Н.І. Сапронова В.І. - Харків, Торсінг плюс, 2012. - 48 с. - Текст "The best time for apples"


  • Урок-гра у 5 класі, Т.В. Апончук, Англійська мова та література, №1, січень 2012



  • 220 тем английского усного. Сост. Бойко В., Жидких Н., Каверина В., Панина Е.. - Донецк, ПКФ "БАО", 2002. - 480 с. - Тексти "Big Ben", "How many rooms are there in the English house", "Our family"


  • Short reading  and writing tasks, О.В. Бревко, Англійська мова та література, №3, березень 2012



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