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Homework 19-23.03.2018

Lesson 2

What did they invent? Read the text and answer the questions.page 12

Grammar/past continuous

Exercise 2/c,d,page 13

2. c) 1) Lucky was doing a handstand.

2) Daniel and Sophie were playing table tennis.

3) Samuel was sitting on the theacher’s desk.

4) Ken was writing a text message.

5) Lisa was dreaming about  day on the beach.

 

 

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United Kingdom

advice-vaccines-united-kingdomThe origins of the United Kingdom can be traced to the time of the Anglo-Saxon king Athelstan, who in the early 10th century CE secured the allegiance of neighbouring Celtic kingdoms and became “the first to rule what previously many kings shared between them,” in the words of a contemporary chronicle. Through subsequent conquest over the following centuries, kingdoms lying farther afield came under English dominion. Wales, a congeries of Celtic kingdoms lying in Great Britain’s southwest, was formally united with England by the Acts of Union of 1536 and 1542. Scotland, ruled from London since 1603, formally was joined with England and Wales in 1707 to form the United Kingdom of Great Britain. (The adjective “British” came into use at this time to refer to all the kingdom’s peoples.) Ireland came under English control during the 1600s and was formally united with Great Britain through the Act of Union of 1800. The republic of Ireland gained its independence in 1922, but six of Ulster’s nine counties remained part of the United Kingdom as Northern Ireland. Relations between these constituent states and England have been marked by controversy and, at times, open rebellion and even warfare. These tensions relaxed somewhat during the late 20th century, when devolved assemblies were introduced in Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Nonetheless, even with the establishment of a power-sharing assembly after referenda in both Northern Ireland and the Irish republic, relations between Northern Ireland’s unionists (who favour continued British sovereignty over Northern Ireland) and nationalists (who favour unification with the republic of Ireland) remained tense into the 21st century.

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Homework

Lesson 1

Find information about the United Kingdom

Grammar:should and shouldn’t

Hometask: ex.2/c, page97 , ex.4/b page 98

 

2. c) 1. A: I don’t know which jacket to wear.

B: The one’s great. I think you should wear that one.

2. A: There’s a programme about a Japan on TV tonight.

B:Really? Then I shouldn’t watch it. I’m doing a project a Japan.

3. A: My eyes really hurt. Should go to the doctor?

B: Not, but you shouldn’t watch a television so much, Alex.

4. A: I’m tired.

B: Me too. It’s really 11:30. I think that shouldn’t go to bed.

5. A: What do you think? Should wear jeans to the party this evening.

B:  No, everybodye’s wearing party clothes. You should wear your long dress.

6. A: Mum, I feel awful this morning.

B: Yes, you look i’ll. Perhaps you shouldn’t go to school today.

 

4. b) 1. A cheerfull person is usually happy and siles a lot.

2. An honest person tells you what she really thinks.

3. A realxed person doesn’t worry about things.

4. A hard-working works a lot.

5. An organised person is tidy and keeps things in order.

6. A kind person helps people and thinks about their feelings.

7. A firendly person is easy to talk to and makes friends easly.

8. A polite person always says please and thank you.

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Check your progress

1. a)

2. My sister is going to help me whit it.

3. I is not going to watch television tonight.

4. Are you going to wear your back jens tonight.

5. My parent are going to visit my grandfather at the weekends.

6. He is not going to ride with us this afternoon.

7. There’s a party next Friday night, and we are going to dance!

 

b)

2. You really must read it.

3. I mustn’t go now.

4. You mustn’t tell anyone about this.

5. You must play it so loudly.

6. I can go out whit you yonight, but I must be home before midnight.

7. But it mustn’t come into the house.

 

c)

  1. I will buy you an ice cream.
  2.  If Jack will come to shchool late, the teacher will be really angry.
  3. The neighbours will complain if we make a lot of noise.
  4. If i will have time, I get the tickets this afternoon.

 

2. a)

2. Why don’t you engage in some sport?

3. If you don’t understand this word. Look it up in a dicionary.

4. It was unfair that the teacher told me off for talking.

5. I think I can work it out myself.

6. He wasn’t to take up gis own business soon.

7. There is a new youth club in our street. Let’s check it out.

 

b)

2. Excited

3. ing, ed

4. ing, ing

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Classwork 13.02.2018

9. a. 1. not a big deal-մեծ բան չէ

2. and that’s that-և այդպես է

3. Go on-շարունակել

4. I beg your pardon-ներողություն

5. after all-ամենից հետո

6. well done-շատ լավ է

 

b. 1. A:Jenny-please come to the cinema with me!

B:Listen, Mark- i don’t want to go to the cinema with you and that’s that. OK?

2. A: How did it go at the dentist’s.

B: It was OK. I was really scared before i went- but it wasn’t to bad well done.

3. A: That dress looks horrible!

B: I beg your pardon?

4. A: I heard that you won a skateboarding competition after all.

B: Thanks. But it’s not a big deal-I mean, it was only a small competition.

5. A: I think the water’s really cold. I don’t want to go in.

B: Go on! It’s OK- it’s not that cold!

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Check your progress 19.12.2017

1 Grammar

a) 1) My train is running late, so I won’t be home before seven o’clock.

2) Julie isn’t feeling well. I don’t think she will go to school today.

3) He’s a really good actor. I’m sure he will become famous one day.

4) We can go to the beach tomorrow. I’m sure it won’t rain.

5) What do you think? will you go to university?

6) James is in London, so he won’t be at the party tonight.

7) It’s quite hot today. I think I will go swimming this afternoon.

8) Tom’s always so nice. He won’t get angry when he finds out.

9) A: Will you came to the match tomorrow?

B: Sorry, but I don’t think I will have time. I will come to the one of next week.

10) A: Pat won’t be happy when she sees that you have broken her computer.

B: I know. I will tell her what happened as soon as she comes home.

b) 1) My parents are angry becouse didn’t do the washing-up.

2) Our team lost yesterday. Everyone played bad.

3) Last week’s test was easly.

4) My sister sings well.

5) Hurry up. Jill! Why areyou walking so slow.

6) Last night I heard a loudly noise outside my room.

7) It was a slowly journey and we arrived very late.

8) The players were all too slow. that’s why we lost the match.

9) His mum works so hardly — she’s hard at home.

 

 

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Homework 11-15.12.2017

Lesson 1

Jungle Survival/to read the text and translate/page74

Grammar/too+adjective

Hometask:ex.2/a,b,page75

2. a) 1) There was fruit on some trees but she didn’t eat it — b) she knew it was too dangerous.

2) At night she stopped to sleep because — c) it was too dark to walk.

3) She swam in the river because — a) the water was too deep to walk in.

 

b) 1)  I can’t watch the rest of the film. I’m too tried! So I’m going to bed.

2) I’ts too cold to go swimming today. Well freeze!

3) Grandma doesn’t want to come to the party. She says, she’s too old for parties and dancing!

4. I want a new mobile phone, but they’re too expensive. I don’t have that match money.

5. I didn’t like the film it was too boring. I only like short films.

6. He didn’t answer any of the questions. They were all too bord.