Listen and “correct” your teacher.
1. Why do he study English? 2. How you pronounce this word? 3. She don’t want to listen to me. 4. My son go to school. 5. This student always make a lot of mistakes. 6. My brother fond of sport. 7. You always late. 8. He like travel. 9. At weekends I’m read books. 10. On Sundays she is go to the cinema. 11. The shop sells a books.
Read the text, pick out functional expressions and retell it.
Summer in Edinburgh, Scotland's capital city, is the time for festivals. In August and September there are several different festivals which take place there.
The original Edinburgh International Festival started in 1947, and offers visitors a rich programme of classical music, theatre, opera and dance. The same year that the official festival began, a handful of theatrical companies gatecrashed the festival and organised their own event, which grew into what is now called the Fringe Festival.
The term 'fringe' means something on the outside of the main event, but over the years, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival has become the largest of all the festivals, and indeed the largest arts festival in the world! The Fringe features performers and acts which are less traditional and more unconventional than those in the International Festival, and includes a lot of stand-up comedy shows, music and children's entertainment. The Edinburgh Fringe is seen as an important place for up-and-coming stand-up comedians to perform at.
At the same time in Edinburgh there are various other festivals, such as the Jazz and Blues festival, the Book Festival, the Film Festival, and even an Internet Festival! There is also a multicultural festival called Mela, which celebrates the diversity of people living in Edinburgh, in particular people with South Asian origins.
Edinburgh Castle is the site of one of the most spectacular events - The Military Tattoo. A military tattoo has nothing to do with a tattoo on your skin! It means a performance of military music, for example, by marching bands. In Scotland the military tattoo traditionally includes bagpipes and drums. This year the display will also feature dancers, horses and motorbikes!
Though you have to pay to attend most of the events at the various festivals, there are several groups who organise large numbers of free events as well.
17. Translate the sentences using journey.
1. Щасливої дороги! 2. Як ви доїхали? 3. Подорож від Києва до Берліна триває 2 години. 4. Дорога назад тривала дуже довго. 5. По дорозі на роботу я зазвичай читаю.
Match the term with their definitions and the pictures.
Changing money. Use the table to make a conversation.
Family. Do the quiz.
1. When we were younger, my brother and I didn’t really __________, but now we have a good relationship.
a) get on
b) get off
c) get away
d) get to
2. My brother has 2 children; the boy is my nephew and the girl is my __________.
3. My grandmother’s mother is my __________-grandmother; (there are 4 generations).
4. Your siblings are your __________!
b) brothers and sisters
5. I got divorced some years ago, but I still speak to my __________.
a) old wife
b) before wife
21. Look at the words on the board. They can be used as both verbs and nouns. Listen to the pairs of sentences and write V if you hear a verb and N if you hear a noun.
Write your opinion.
Love conquers all.