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УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2АНГЛ-922 А64 Английский язык [Текст] : 3 кл. : Учебник для А64 общеобразоват. учреждений : В 2 ч. / С.Г. Тер-Минасова, Л.М.Узунова, Е.И. Сухина. — М. : Академкнига/Учебник, 2012. —4.2.103с. :цв. ил. ISBN 978-5-49400-060-6 (общ.) ISBN 978-5-49400-061-3(4. 1) Учебник разработан в соответствии с требованиями федерального государственного образовательного стандарта начального общего образования по иностранному языку. Содержание учебника обеспечивает обучение в контексте коммуникативно-деятельностного, социокультурного и личностно ориентированного подходов к развитию школьников; включает множество естественных ситуаций общения; создает мотивацию и интерес для учащихся на уроках английского языка. В учебно-методический комплект входят; программа, учебник, рабочая тетрадь, книга для чтения, книга для учителя и звуковое пособие. УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2АНГЛ-922 Учебное издание Тер-Минасова Светлана Григорьевна Узунова Лариса Моисеевна Сухина Елена Игоревна Английский язык 3 класс Учебник для общеобразовательных учреждений В 2 частях Часть 2 Художники; А.S. Капнинский, И.Ю.Савченков, Д.В. Сайчук Общероссийский классификатор продукции ОК 005-93. Код 953000 Подписано в печать 10.01.2012. Формат 60x84/8. Гарнитура PragmaticaC. Печать офсетная. Бумага офсетная. Печ. л. 12. Тираж 10 000 экз. Тип. зак.33835 Издательство «Академкнига/Учебник» 117997, Москва, ул. Профсоюзная, д. 90, офис 602 Тел.: (495) 334-76-21, факс; (499) 234-63-58. www.akademkniga.ru E-mail: [email protected] Отпечатано ОАО «Советская Сибирь» 630048, г. Новосибирск, ул. Немировича-Данченко, 104 ISBN 978-5-49400-060-6 (общ.) ISBN 978-5-49400-061-3 (ч. 1) © Тер-Минасова С.Г, Узунова Л.М., Сухина Е.И., 2012 © Оформление. Издательство «Академкнига/Учебник», 2012 ■J ' V— ^ Дорогой друг! Продолжим наши путешествия. Вместе с инопланетянином Снейки мы отправимся спасать гибнущую планету Клин, узнаем, кто охраняет и защищает природу на Земле, побываем в национальных парках Австралии и Канады, на празднике «День Земли». Мы расскажем тебе о временах года в разных странах и о доме времени. А затем будем веселиться в Парке развлечений, вместе придумывая и открывая там кинотеатр, зоопарк, зелёный дом, спортивный зал и весёлый магазин. С нами ты посетишь замечательный Театр кошек и удивительный Театр зверей и познакомишься с их великолепными актёрами. Обо всём этом ты сможешь услышать, прочитать и самостоятельно написать на английском языке. Дг'-' J йШ Л г: fl LET’S HELP THE PLANET (кшая Ш Our Theatre 0 Our friends are back home. Topsy is speaking to Hetty on the phone. Look at the picture and act out their conversation. Hetty: How are you? What are you doing? Topsy: I’m fine. Thanks. I’m ... . Hetty: How is Romy? What is she doing? Topsy: She’s ... . 3^ * в А(_/. Topsy wants to know what Hetty and her friends from the Blue Planet are doing. Look at the picture and continue (продолжи) the phone talk. Hetty: I’m in the kitchen with Joe, Jane and Johnny. Topsy: What are you doing? 3) b) Listen (No. 55c) to the questions about Snakey’s planet and answer them. a) Listen (No. 55) and guess what Snakey says about his ’’ll planet. Here are some pictures from Snakey’s planet (1) and from i our planet (2). Look at them and ask your friend about the | animals and the trees. Why [wai] is ... sad (angry, happy)? =^4 \ / / Ф a) Read aloud. [ae] bad, planet, animal. There are a lot of animals on our planet, [d] shop, problem. There is a big problem on our planet, [э:] wall, water, blue water. I like to swim in blue water, [i:] meat, clean, clean water, to clean the room. I’m sorry, but it’s not clean here. Let’s clean the house, [з:] dirty, dirty water. On Snakey’s planet the water is very dirty, [еэ] chair, air, clean air. There are a lot of cars here, and the air is very dirty, [al] my, why. Why are you sad? b) Read what Topsy tells Snakey about nationaP parks on our planet. Match the text and the pictures. Then listen and read aloud. National Parks in Canada and Australia There are a lot of national parks on the planet Earth, but in Canada and Australia they are really nice. There are no cars, houses, dirty air or dirty water there. ^ national ['naejanal] - национальный Let’s go to Kakadu in Australia. It is a big national park. The water is clean and the air is healthy there. You can see fantastic fish, angry crocodiles\ funny kangaroos^, and koala^ bears. Do you want to see grizzly^ and black bears? Go to Banff in Canada! Banff is a lovely national park, too. There are a lot of big and small animals, tall trees and nice flowers there. You can swim in clean blue water. It is really exciting! (See www.banff.com and www.banff.com/wildlife. There are some nice pictures there.) ’ crocodile ['kroksdail] - крокодил ^ kangaroo [^каепдэ'гш] - кенгуру ® koala [Дэо'а:1э] - коала (австралийский медведь, живущий на деревьях) grizzly ['grizli] - гризли (большой свирепый медведь серо-коричневого цвета) J , ' . ' . г с ’i.. '.1^ 6) a) Write and remember. UUrite It Wght animal, water, air, clean, dirty, why b) Write about Kakadu in Australia (or about Banff in Canada). Topsy, Romy, Rick and Foxy: We are in the air! Snakey: Yes, but where is the Clean? (See lesson 38.) Homeujorfe Nos. 55, 56. 3. Ex. 1-3. 2. Ex. 5, p. 6. \i) Remember and describe Snakey’s planet. a) Listen (No. 57) to what Snakey says about his planet's past (o прошлом). b) Compare (сравни) the Clean in the past and now. IN THE PAST The planet was [wdz] clean and nice. The animals were [ws:] happy. NOW Now the planet is dirty. Now the animals are sad and angry. ?) What animals were there on the Clean? Listen to Snakey’s song (No. 58), look and say. Then sing it. (See p. 86.) 4) a) Describe the animals and say where they live, what they like to do. ^ run, jump, swim, sing, play, eat meat, eat fish J b)^ Imagine (представь) what other (какие другие) animals there were on the Clean. Can you describe them? There were ... . They were ... . Af ^ а) Read out loud. [о] orange, fox, forest, was, a clever fox, a big forest. I was in the forest. It was lovely there, [з:] dirty, bird, a little bird, were. You were at school. We were in the shop. They were in the forest, [o:] morning, horse, a lovely horse. My father’s horse is very clever, [i] little, chicken. We have got a little yellow chicken. b) Do you know what Greenpeace^ is? Read what Topsy tells us about it and answer the questions. Then listen (No. 59) and read out loud. • What’s the problem with our planet? • What is Greenpeace? • What does it do? Greenpeace Our planet says “SOS”, too. Why? Well, we have got a lot of problems here. These are problems with the air, water, forests, animals, birds and fish. The air is not clean and healthy, and the water is dirty, too. ' Greenpeace - Гринпис (всемирная организация, сохранение природы на планете) борющаяся за ! On our planet there is a special organization^ — Greenpeace, t deans the air and the water. It helps all the animals who live П ttie forest and in the water: bears, foxes, monkeys, crocodiles. It gives food to animals and birds. It is a doctor for rees and flowers. Greenpeace is looking for friends in Canada, Алпепса, Great Britain, Australia, Africa and in Russia, too. (Read more^ about it and look at the pictures at: www.greenpeace.org/international,www.green-peace.org/ russia) j UUrite It Right ^ a) Write and remember. forest, fox, horse, chicken, was, were b) Write what Greenpeace does. Topsy: Look! Here is your planet! Snakey: Is it really the Clean? (See lesson 39.) HoTneuiorfe l) Snakey and his friends are on the Clean. Look at the pictures, listen (No. 60) and guess what Snakey says about the Clean. ’ organization o:ganai'zeiJn] - организация ^ more [mo:] - больше iO ж le 2J What’s the problem? Look at the pictures, ask and answer. What’s the problem? — The water wasn’t clean. wasn’t clean wasn’t tasty and healthy weren’t interesting weren’t nice ?) Listen (No. 61) and guess what Snakey and his friends say. о -% V 4) а) Look and say what the monsters (чудовища) are doing now on the Clean. They are walking on the Clean. b) Tell them not to do it. Don’t hunt^ the animals and birds, please. ^ Look at the animals and say what tails they have got. ' hunt [hAnt] - охотиться a) Read out loud. [о:] walk, walk in the forest. I like to walk in the forest with my dog. [i] fish, drink, river, drink water, a blue river. We can’t swim in the river, and the animals can’t drink the water: it is dirty, [i:] meat, people, nice people. The people at my school are very kind, [л] cut, rubbish. Rubbish is bad for the forest, [э] know, throw, throw rubbish. Don’t throw rubbish here, please, [ei] take, make, make the water dirty, make the air dirty; tail. A horse has got a long tail and a dog has got a short tail, [d] wasn’t. My sister wasn’t at home, [з:] weren’t. My friends weren’t at school. b) Read about Foxy and say why he isn’t OK. Match the pictures and the text. Then listen (No. 62) and read out loud. Fox Foxy Foxy: Doctor: Foxy: Doctor: Foxy: Doctor: Foxy: Good afternoon. Can you help me, please? Of course. What’s the problem. Foxy? Look, on Monday I was in the forest. It was OK. On Tuesday I was in the park and I was fine on Tuesday. What about Wednesday? On Wednesday there were people in the forest. They weren’t so nice. There was an angry dog, too. But you were OK on Wednesday, right? Yes, I was. But on Thursday there was a lot of rubbish in the forest. It wasn’t good for my tail. And on Friday the water in the river wasn’t clean and the food wasn’t healthy. .. vii ■ -ftaV Doctor: I see. This was the problem. Have some special food, please. Foxy: Oh, thank you very much! Z) a) Write and remember. UUrite It ftight tail, river, rubbish, walk, drink, throw, people, make b) Write about one of Foxy’s days. Rick: What’s the problem with Romy? Snakey: I don’t know. Let’s go and see the doctor. (See lesson 40.) h 4г. 1 VIoTnsiuorl^ ^ ^ 1. Nos. 60, 61, 62. 2. Ex. 6, p. 14. 3. 1^ Ex. 1—3. 15 о Look at the pictures and tell Topsy about naughty animals, a) The chicken wasn’t at school. It was in the park. naughty animals wasn’t was at school in the park in the park in the bathroom in the trees in the kitchen b) The horses weren’t at the river. They were in the forest. naughty animals weren’t were at the river Л 'c - in the forest 'ш in the forest in the shop 0 at home at the birthday party U ri a) Topsy and his friends want to help Romy. They are at the doctor’s. Listen (No. 63) and guess what they say. (See p. 86.) b) Listen (No. 63. c) and answer the questions. Q-) Look and say what the animals are doing. Describe them. 1Т1БЛИОТБК‘5. i средней школы №1 Г,Йошкар-Ола NJ ' ^ а) Listen to the doctor and say what the problem with Romy is. Our Theatre -TT^ b)* Act out the conversation. Doctor: Were you (in the city) yesterday? Topsy: Yes, we were. / No we weren’t. at the river, thirsty, bad water, help the planet, give some clean water \____________________________________________________.X §) a) Read aloud. [j] yes, yesterday; [e] when. Yesterday I was at the river. When were you at school? — We were there yesterday, [i] milk, city, a big city, a small city, [i:] meet, sleep, sleep all day. My lazy cat sleeps all day. [л] rubbish, hungry, a hungry bear. Are you hungry? I’m sorry. I’m very hungry, [з:] bird, thirsty. Are you thirsty? My dog is thirsty. Yesterday he was thirsty, too. b) Do you want to know about WWF and its symbol? Read and answer the questions. Then listen and read aloud. • What is WWF? • What do you know about the panda? • How can we help our planet? The WWF and the Panda Snakey: What is the WWF? Topsy: It is the World Wildlife FundL It helps the planet. Snakey: And who is that in the picture? Topsy: This is a panda, a lovely animal with a short tail. It is the symbol of the WWF. The panda lives in bamboo forests, it eats bamboo and fish. The panda usually eats a lot. ’ World [w3:ld] Wildlife ['waildlaif] Fund - Всемирный фонд дикой природы Snakey: Really? Is it kind? Topsy: Oh, yes! The panda is funny and nice. But it is very lazy. It likes to sleep in a special green bed near trees. People make problems for the panda. So the VWVF wants to help it. Snakey: Can I help the panda, too? Topsy: Well, you can help the planet. Clean your home city, a forest or a river near your home. Don’t throw rubbish. Give food to birds. It’s great to help! (See www.v\rorldwildlife.org,www.wwf.ru). UUrite It Bight Ф a) Write and remember. city, hungry, thirsty, sleep, yesterday, when b) Write out 6-8 sentences about the panda from the text. Topsy and his friends: What can we do? Doctor: Help the planet and give Romy some clean water! (See lesson 41.) Q.___ж ^ r> •ЧТ-.МС»; 1) а) The animals are speaking to the doctor. He gives them special food. Act out their conversations. Doctor What’s the problem? Where do you live? Do you sleep well? Are you hungry (thirsty)? Have some..., please. Animals I’ve got a problem with my ... I live in the city (in the forest). — Thank you very much. b) Work in pairs. Ask the animals where they were yesterday and answer the questions. — Were you (at home)? — Yes. I was. / No, I wasn’t. ?) a) The doctor knows how to help the Clean. Listen to his song (No. 66) and guess what he says. (See p. 87.) b) Look and say what Foxy, Rick and Topsy are doing. Then sing along. v> ^ G V w: if.sT li ^ M* ■; ?) a) Listen (No. 67) and guess what Foxy is telling the doctor the next (на следующий) day. b) Read and remember. Say what they did (делали) yesterday. [d] cleaned; [t] cooked, helped; [id] protected, wanted. 4) a) Snakey doesn’t know how to speak about the past (o прошлом). Help him. celebrate, decorate, cook, help, dance, jump, play, like, switch (on/off), invite b) Yesterday our friends celebrated Clean Day. Look and say what they did. Af §) а) Read aloud. [e] vegetables, protect, protect animals, protect birds. Snakey and his friends protected the Clean, [ei] make, nature, make homes for birds, protect nature. Greenpeace and the WWF protect nature, [i] city; [0ir)k] think. What do you think? I think it is great. b) Read about magic nature and say what you can do at home, at school, in the city and in the forest to protect (чтобы защитить) it. Then listen (No. 68) and read aloud. Magic Nature Tree: Protect forests. People cut trees down, they want to get paperT So please, don’t throw away^ old paper, exercise books and books. People can make new paper from old paper. When you have a picnic in the forest don’t throw away food, paper or plastic. Don't make the forest dirty. Bear: Help animals and birds and protect them. Make homes for animals and birds and give them food. River: Don’t throw rubbish in the water. Help to clean the water. Dirty water is bad for fish, trees and people. Book: Read about nature: animals, birds, fish and trees. Tell your friends how to protect nature. ; UUrite It Bight Ф a) Write and remember. nature, protect, think, make home for ’ paper - бумага 2 throw away [9'wei] - выбрасывать b) Write about how Topsy and his friends celebrated Clean Day (exercise 4b). Foxy: Friends, look! Romy is OKI (See lesson 42.) HoTneuiorfe 2. Ex. 5, p. 22. 1. Nos. 66, 67, 68. 3. i_J Ex. 1—3. 4. Project “Let’s Help the Planet”. Write about: • what problems we’ve got on our planet; • what people can do to protect it; i* • what people in your city do; ' what you do. 0 a 0 Let's sing the song “Protect Nature” (No. 69). Project. Present your project “Let's Help the Planet”. Romy is OKI Look at the pictures on page 21 and tell her what her friends did yesterday on the Clean. 4) Work in pairs. Snakey went (пошёл) to a special school on the Clean. Ask Snakey where he was on Monday (..., Friday). Answer his questions. — Where were you (on Monday)? — I was in the Reading class. And where were you? Ш Monday Tuesday Wednesday Healthy food class Reading (about animals) PE Reading (about trees) Science Art Reading about fish) Healthy food class PE Thursday Friday Writing (about animals) Science Art Reading (about nature) Writing (about nature) PE 'Ф Listen about the Earth Day and answer the questions (No. 70). Ф a) Read and say what animals are the symbols of Australia and Canada. Describe them. b) Listen (No. 71) and read out loud. Animal Symbols Protect the kangaroo, the koala and the beaverM The kangaroo and the koala are the symbols of Australia. The beaver is a symbol of Canada. ^ beaver ['bi:va] - бобёр А/ у f^" There are red and grey kangaroos. The kangaroo has usually got a small head with long ears and a long funny nose. It has got a long tail. When it is hungry, it eats green food. When it is thirsty, it drinks water. It can jump very well. The kangaroo has got a special bag for its baby. These animals are very funny. The koala lives in Australia, too. It is grey or brown. It has got big funny ears and a big black nose. The koala is very lazy. It sleeps a lot. It likes healthy food and eats green leaves^ from trees. It gets water from the leaves. The beaver lives in Canada. It is a brown water animal with long hair. It has got short legs and a funny tail. Beavers make their homes on rivers. Water protects them from big hungry animals. ^ UUrite It Right Z) Write about your favourite animal or about an animal symbol of Russia. Snakey: Topsy, I can see a lot of colours on that planet. Topsy: There are four seasons in a year on the Earth^. (See lesson 47.) ’ leaves [Ibvz] - листья ^ Earth [з;0] - Земля ¥ ».♦.< »'• • *-1# I*• м.< 1,1 > !TTl^ * ,V' ^ *.^ ^ *' ^Лч* . ■« ‘ - t. .’ jl 5 ^ ^ XJ *!»• iu » 1 ^ ^ *'* * * * ' _ ь?- ^ •Ф-Э 5- ■ •у i^, Й ’®^''■ Й - "S Г *r i In *• .-41. _ I - 5- V r t'- —»- V щ^-' If r>f «■'^: .- :r § 5 Й H--^ ■•“ ЭП t.-\.f ? «i:L .. Л-*: a c c 'J 2" —»- Л- *> I- ' * .ТЗ*?- • -J -*L' Я .'^*2- ■ ^ J ■^. *U^ Ы. f jT ’ ' jw:-. fj*" r* его са TIME AND SEASONS О a) Topsy and Snakey are looking at the planet Earth from the Clean. Listen to what they are speaking about (No. 72). b) Look at the pictures and say: • what season it is; • what colour the seasons are; • when it is cold, warm [wo:m], hot. M t;. Jell' i / Read out loud. [i:] read, season; [i] sister, winter, in winter, spring, in spring; [л] under, summer, in summer. It’s summer, [d] not, hot, because; [o:] naughty, autumn, in autumn, warm; [эо] old, cold; [ju:] you, beautiful, beautiful flowers Topsy reads an English poem about seasons to Snakey. Let’s listen (No. 73), read and learn it. Four Seasons Spring is green. Summer is brightL Autumn is yellow. Winter is white. ? 4) a) Topsy helps Snakey learn English, compares (сравнивает) the pictures. Read how he John is young. Ned is youngler]. Sam is the young[est]. This house is big. This house is bigglerl. This house is the biqqlestl. bright [brait] - яркое Ла Hr, Ч. This cat is lazy. But: This cat is lazi|eF]. This cat is the iazilestl. Syd This house is worse. This house is bad. This house is the worst. But: Tom is good. Syd is better. Oliver is the best. b) Compare the pictures yourself (самостоятельно). ♦ CD*' This bail is small. This girl is happy. ». c • 5) This dog is angry. c) Read and remember, fat — fatter — the fattest hot — hotter — the hottest sad — sadder — the saddest happy — happier — the happiest angry — angrier — the angriest Say why they want to do it, why they like it. Sam wants to go to the sports school because he likes to play ball games. nr* rr. 1. Rick, Romy and Foxy go to the castle. They want to see Topsy. 2. Snakey goes back to the Clean. He wants to help his planet. 3. They want to have a picnic. They like to walk in the forest. 4. My mum buys paints for me. I like to paint. 5. Gloria is decorating her room. She wants to have a birthday party. 6. I don’t like that house. It has small windows. a) Read what Snakey learned about the seasons on the Earth. Then listen (No. 74) and read aloud. % V V Seasons on the Earth There are four seasons in a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter. In spring days are longer and nights are shorter than in winter. There are green leaves on the trees, grass^ and flowers in spring. It’s warm, but it rains^. t ’ grass [gra:ss] - трава ^ It rains [reinz] - Идёт дождь. ■li r=v.i - ■ Summer is the hottest season in the year. Days are the longest and nights are the shortest. There are a lot of beautiful flowers. Boys and girls like to swim and play near the water in summer. In autumn there’s a lot of fruit and vegetables. Nature is very beautiful in autumn. Leaves on the trees are red, orange, brown and yellow. It’s colder than in summer and it rains. Winter is the coldest season in the year. Days are the shortest and nights are the longest in winter. It snows^ and trees and houses are white. b) Match the pictures with the text and say: • when it rains (snows); • when days and nights are the longest (the shortest). UUrite It Right 7) a) Write and remember. autumn, beautiful, because, cold, hot, season, spring, summer, warm, winter b) Write 3 sentences from exercise 5 on page 31. Snakey: Topsy, what is your favourite season? Topsy: My favourite season is ... . (See lesson 48.) Homeiuorfe 1. 1. Nos. 73, 74. 2. Ex. 2, p. 28; ex. 6a, p. 31. Л 3. Ex. 1—3. ^ It snows [sngoz] - Идёт снег. i l) Recite the poem “Four Seasons”. ?} Compare Lillian and Julian. Describe them. 1. Lillian has got shorter hair than Julian. 2. Julian has got ... hair than Lillian. 3. Lillian has got ... eyes than Julian. 4. Julian has got ... eyes than Lillian. 5. Lillian is ... than Julian. 6. Julian is ... than Lillian. short — long small — big happy — sad Look at the pictures on page 31 and say what season it is and why. It’s (spring) because ... . i When can you do these sports and play these games? 5) a) Listen (No. 75) and say what Topsy’s favourite season on the Earth is and why. b)* What is your favourite season and why? Ф a) Listen (No. 76) to what Rick is telling Snakey about winter and spring. 12 декабрь 1 2 Э I Ч 6 e T 8 8 10 n 12 13 U 16 16 I 17 18 10 20 21 22 I 123 24 26 26 27 28 | 120 30 31 01 январь I 2 “ • f 8 8 к . “ 18 14 U le ,7 ,g ] / 10 20 21 22 23 24 26/ / 20 27 28 28 80 81 1 2 8 4 6 6 7 8 \o 10 11 12 18 14 16 \l6 17 18 18 20 21 22 188 24 26 20 27 28 03 март •< 6 8 7 8 • 10 11 12 18 14 16 10 17 18 18 20 21 22 23 24 26 20 27 28 28 80 81 ПТТТ 878 10 11 12 II 12 18 14 16 18 14 16 о 17 18 18 20 21 22 23 24 26 20 27 28 [28 80 1 3 8 4 5 e 7 8 t 10 11 12 18 14 15 18 17 18 20 81 22 28 24 20 28 27 28 20 30 81 b) Name the winter (spring) months. Say how many days there are in each of them, which month is longer (shorter), colder (warmer). z) a) Read aloud. [л] mother, month, winter months; [e] clever, [di'sembs] December, ['febroari] February, in December, in February; [as] Maths, [c^aenjuari] January. January is a winter month. [a:] car, March, in March. March comes after February. [ei] make, say, April, May. April comes after March. May comes after April. b) Topsy and Snakey like this fairy tale (сказку). Read it and answer the questions. Then listen and read aloud. ^ • What are the names of the three brothers? • Who lives under the bridge^? • Is Billy the Little kind and nice? Why do you think so? The Three Billy Goats^ Gruff Part 1 Once upon a time there lived^ three brothers — three Billy Goats Gruff. Their names were Billy the Little, Billy the Big and Billy the Great. Billy the Little was the youngest and Billy the Great was the oldest of all. ' bridge [bricfe] - мост ^ goats [gaots] - козлы ^ Once upon a time there lived. - Жили-были... I Billy the Big: It’s spring now! Let’s go and look for some green grass to eat. Billy the Little: Look, there’s a lot of grass near the river. Come on! Billy the Great: Stop, my little brother! An angry trolP lives under the bridge. Billy the Little: What’s a troll? There’s no troll here. Troll: Who’s walking on my bridge? Billy the Little: It’s me, Billy the Little. Troll: You can’t walk on my bridge. I want to eat you up. Billy the Little: Please, Mr Troll, don’t eat me. I’m so little. My brother is coming. He is much bigger than me. Troll: OK, you can go. Billy the Little: Thank you very much, Mr Troll. c) Listen and read aloud. 8) a) Ulrite It Right Write and remember. December, January, February, March, April, May, month, after, rain, snow ' troll [trol] - тролль (злой волшебник) i, b) Complete the sentences. There are four ... in a year. There are twelve ... in a year. Autumn and winter are ... . Spring is ... and summer is ... . ... is green in spring and in summer. It ... in winter and it ... in autumn. month, season, hot, warm, cold, grass, rains, snows Topsy: Snakey, are there any seasons on your planet? Snakey: Yes, there are some. (See lesson 49.) ■HoTneiuorfe 1. Nos. 76, 77. 2. Ex. 7a, b, p. 35 3. PI Ex. 1—3. 0 Listen (No. 78) and guess what Romy is telling Snakey about the months on the Earth. ^ Read and remember. Затем в парах назовите количественные и порядковые числительные от одного до 30. one — two — three -four — five — the first the second - the third the fourth the fifth six — the sixth seven — the seventh eight — the eighth nine — the ninth ten — the tenth eleven — twelve — thirteen — fourteen -fifteen — sixteen — seventeen eighteen nineteen the eleventh the twelfth the thirteenth - the fourteenth the fifteenth the sixteenth — the seventeenth — the eighteenth — the nineteenth twenty — the twentieth twenty-one - the twenty-first twenty-two - the twenty-second thirty — the thirtieth a) Look and say what colours the clowns are. Which (какой) clown is the funniest? The first clown is red. I think the (10th) clown is the funniest. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th b)’^ Which prize is the best? I think the (20th) prize is the best. Ч t 11th 10th 7th 6th 4) a) Listen (No. 79) and guess what Romy is telling Snakey about summer and autumn months, b) Say for Snakey: • what the summer and autumn months are; • how many days there are in each of them; • which month is the first (... , the twelfth). le l_ tre июнь tz—I 1 1 8 3 * 5 5 7 8 9 10 18 18 14 15 16 IT 1“ 19 80 81 88 88 24 1! 86 87 88 89 30 07 ИЮЛЬ 8 8 4 5 6 7 9 10 U U 18 14 15 M 17 18 19 80 81 22 88 84 85 85 87 88 291 80 31______________ 08 август 18 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 L 18 14 15 15 17 18 19 180 81 88 88 84 85 26 187 88 89 80 81 1 2 < « « T 8 9 W H 12 19 Ы 19 19 17 19 19 20 21 22 23 94 39 99 27 38 29 30 5) Read out loud. ^ [u:] blue, June, in June; [ai] eye, July, in July; [э:] autumn, ^ August, in August; [e] ten, September, in September; [э] October, November. September, October and November are autumn months. a) This is the second part (часть) of the fairy tale about the three Billy Goats. Read it and answer the questions. & z' I • Who is eating green grass near the river? • Who is in the river under the bridge? The Three Billy Goats Gruff Part 2 Billy the Big: Troll: Billy the Big: Troll: Billy the Big: Troll: Billy the Big: My little brother is eating grass. I want to eat it, too. Who’s walking on my bridge? It’s me, Billy the Big. You can’t walk on my bridge. I want to eat you up. Oh, please, Mr Troll, don’t do that. I’m not very big. My second brother is coming. He is the biggest. He is the best of all. OK, you can go. Thank you very much, Mr Troll. Billy the Great: My brothers are playing in green grass. And what about the troll? I want to go and see. Who’s walking on my bridge? Your bridge? Who are you? I’m the troll, and I want to eat you up. I’m Billy the Great, and I want to throw you down! Aaaaa! Help! Help! Now all the animals can go and eat spring grass. Troll: Billy the Great Troll: Billy the Great Troll: Billy the Great b) Think and answer. • Who is clever and kind? Why? • Is Billy the Big kinder and nicer than Billy the Little? c) Listen (No. 80) and read out loud. lUrite It Bight Z) a) Write and remember. June, July, August, September, October, November, leaf (leaves) b) Write four sentences about your favourite season. My favourite season is ... because ... . Topsy: Bye-bye, the Clean. (See lesson 50.) HoTneuiorte 1. ® Nos. 78, 79, 80. 2. Ex. 5, 6a, p. 39. V 3. i_| Ex. 1-3 1 о le l) Topsy and his friends are going back to the Earth. Listen (No. 81) and guess what they are speaking about. 9 When is his/her birthday? When is your birthday? Topsy’s friend — 18.08. Topsy's friend's birthday is on the 18th of August. Mike - 01.03 Mary — 07.04 Dasha — 09.01 I ■ . Л Vasily — 14.08 Kirill - 24.12 Sonya — 11.03 a) Listen (No. 82) and guess what they say about time on the Earth. b) Look, read and then say what the time is. It’s 7 am in New York. It’s 12 o’clock in London. am — morning pm — afternoon or evening it’s 3 am in Moscow. Our Theatre -7Tf ^ You are at the Police Station because you want to help the Police. Act out the conversation with a policeman. At the Police Station Policeman: What’s your name? When is your birthday? Where do you live? You: ... . iQkj \| Policeman: Where were you at ... am (pm) yesterday? You: I was ... at ... am (pm). Policeman: OK. Thank you. You can go home. at school, at house, in my at the shop, sports club home, in my friend’s room, in the kitchen, at the party, at the Snakey asks Dasha what these boys and girls did on Sunday. Look and help her answer his questions. a) — Did Kate skip? — Yes, she did. — Did Mike, Tom and Ben play tennis? — No, they didn’t. Mike Tom Ben Kate Jess b) David Dan Ann Willy — Did Kate skip? — Yes, she skipped. — Did Mike, Tom and Ben play tennis? — No, they didn’t play tennis. They played football. 1. Did Jenny draw? 2. Did Willy and Ann play chess? 3. Did Jess and David jump? 4. Did Jim decorate the tree? 5. Did Dan ride a bike? 6. Did Kate do sports? Af Jkl ^ а) Read out loud. [ei] take, date. What is the date today? — Today is the 9th of July, [d] was, watch, box, o’clock, at 10 o’clock in the morning; [ai] nice, time. What’s the time? — It’s 3 o’clock. (It’s 3 pm.) b) Read what Topsy is telling his friends about the seasons on the Earth. What is new for you? c) Listen (No. 83) and read out loud. How Many Months Are There in a Season? You know, dear friends, that there are four seasons in a year. In Russia there are three months in a season. In Great Britain there are four winter months. They are November, December, January and February. There are two spring months — March and April. Summer in Britain comes in May. So the four summer months are May, June, July and August. Autumn comes in September. There are two autumn months — September and October. In Australia there are three months in a season. But the winter months are June, July and August. September, October and November are spring months. December, January and February are summer months. And the autumn months are March, April and May. 0^' IJUrite It Right a) Write and remember. date, o'clock, time, watch, do — did b) Write exercise 5 on page 44 (4 sentences). Topsy: Let’s ask Sasha about the home of time. Foxy: It’s a good idea! (See lesson 51.) 1) a) Let’s listen to a poem about Mr Dock’s family (No. 84). Mr Dock’s Family Mr Dock is looking at the clock. He has breakfast at 8 o’clock. For breakfast he has some hot porridge. Mrs Dock is looking at the clock. She has lunch at 1 o’clock. For lunch she likes soup and sausage. Miss Dock is looking at the clock. She has dinner at 6 o’clock. For dinner she wants tea with a sandwich. b) Look at the pictures and say when and what people from Mr Dock’s family eat. a) Read out loud. [d] o’clock, porridge, sausage; [e] healthy, breakfast; [л] hungry, lunch, for lunch; [as] hand, sandwich; [cfe], a sandwich with sausage; [i] kitchen, dinner, for dinner; [i:] meat, tea, tea with cakes. и Ь) Read and learn the poem “Mr Dock’s Family”. ?) Say what Topsy and his friends usually have for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For breakfast Romy usually has some ice cream. 4) a) Read and say what they have for breakfast and where the home of time is. b) Listen (No. 85) and read aloud. It’s Time for Breakfast Sasha: Topsy: Sasha: Foxy: Sasha: All: Sasha: Topsy: Sasha: Topsy, Foxy, Romy, Rick, Snakey, get up! What’s the time? It’s 8 o’clock. It’s time for breakfast. And what’s for breakfast, Sasha? Milk and porridge. Happy birthday, Sasha! Thank you very much. What a nice present! Sasha, do you know where the home of time is? I think it’s in Greenwich^ in Great Britain. ’ Greenwich [grenitf] - Гринвич (пригород Лондона) b Our Theatre о * a) Sasha wants to know (знать) what Foxy and his friends did on the Clean. Act out their conversation. — Foxy, did you walk in the forest? — Yes, I walked in the forest. — Rick, did you swim? — No, I didn’t swim. I played football. play football, clean the air, clean the river, walk in the forest, protect animals, cook special food, clean the park, listen to music b) Read and remember, have — had read — read [e] go — went get — got meet — met see — saw [э:] ■ шт с)* Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions like in the model. Sasha: Rick, did you go to school on the Clean? Rick: No, I didn’t. I went to the forest and cleaned it. 6J These are Topsy’s answers. What are Romy’s questions? Yes, I went to 1. Did you go to London in summer? -London in summer. 2. Yes, I went to school in London. 3. Yes, I saw the Queen in London. 4. Yes, I got a flag from the prince. 5. Did you play tennis yesterday? — No, a book yesterday. 6. No, I didn’t. I met Snakey’s friends on the Clean. 7. No, I didn’t. I had meat for lunch. didn’t. I read IJUrite It Right l) a) Write and remember. breakfast, lunch, dinner, porridge, sandwich, sausage, soup, tea b) Write the verbs (глаголы) from exercise 5b, p. 48. Topsy: Friends, let’s go to Great Britain and see the home of time. Snakey: Great! (See lesson 52.) homeuiorfe Nos. 84, 85. 2. Ex. 2, p. 46, ex. 4a, p. 47. ^ 3. i_| Ex. 1-3. ■■«■vi^r?, Ji... -;=^., l) Let’s recite the poem “Mr Dock’s Family”. Ф What and when do you eat? Ask and answer in pairs. When do you have ...? What do you have for ...? ?) a) Look at Foxy’s diary^ and listen (No. 86) to what he says about his school days, Saturdays and Sundays. Foxy*s Day p' i ti tl 7.00 am get up on 1 j'. 5.00 pm do my homework ‘ school days 6.00 pm play computer r i! ii 7.30 am have breakfast games 5 8.00 am go to school 7.30 pm have dinner ^ 1 1.30 pm have lunch 8.00 pm read books | I 3.00 pm go home 9.00 pm go to bed | I 3.20 pm go for a walk Saturday, Sunday - j I and do sports don’t go to school j ' diary [daigri] - дневник :-д -Ч|1' Ь) Say what Foxy usually does in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening. On school days Foxy usually gets up at 7 o’clock in the morning. Our Theatre 4|^ ■7ГТ ^ Topsy asks Foxy what he did yesterday at home, at school and after school. Read and act out their conversation. Topsy: When did you get up yesterday? Foxy: I got up at 7 am. Topsy: Who went to school with you? Foxy: My friend went to school with me. Topsy: What did you do at 7.30 pm? Foxy: At 7.30 pm I had dinner. Say what you usually do on school days, on Saturdays and Sundays. Ф a) Read and remember. come — came make — made ride — rode swim — swam take — took speak — spoke b) Say what they did (didn’t do)/saw (didn’t see) yesterday. Tom had ice cream for lunch. He had ice cream for dinner, too. Tom have ice cream for lunch + have ice cream for dinner + Paul swim in the river — go to school + Nelly come home at 7 o’clock + make a fruit salad in the evening — Jane meet her friends — ride a bike + Kate do her homework — take her dog for a walk + Jess ride a bike — meet her grandmother + John go to the forest — swim in the river + Mike go to the party on foot — go to the club by bus + Lillian cook soup — make a vegetable salad + Topsy speak Russian with Gloria — speak English with her + Romy read Russian fairy tales — read Russian poems + Rick see ships on the Red Planet — see cars on his planet + a) Read what Topsy and his friends learned about the home of time and answer the questions. • Where is Greenwich? • What interesting museums are there? • What can tourists see in the Queen’s House? • Where is the Meridian Building^? b) Listen (No. 87) and read out loud. The Home of Time In Greenwich near London there are some interesting museums. In the picture you can see the Queen’s House. building ['bildir)] - здание 1 Til Jl:l 1 I In old times Queens of England lived there. Now it is a museum, and tourists can see a lot of beautiful pictures, old clocks and watches there. John Harrison made this clock (1) in 1736 (seventeen thirty six). It has got four faces^ In 1760 he made this watch (2). It’s smaller and better than the clock. For this watch John Harrison got a prize. Near the Queen’s House there’s a big beautiful sundiaF. It’s not very old (3). There is the Meridian Building in Greenwich. It is a museum, too. It is on the Prime Meridian^ and it’s the home of time. The Meridian Building A symbol of the Prime Meridian ’ face [feis] - циферблат ^ sundial ['sAndaigl] - солнечные часы ^ Prime Meridian [ma'ridian] - нулевой меридиан {воображаемая линия, соединяющая северный и южный полюса Земли, от которой ведётся отсчёт времени) I f- _ А"", -Г ‘ттгтг-*,<'гг!;;гг ‘ .лет Ф а) UJrite It Right Write and remember. come — came, make — made, ride — rode, swim — swam, take — took, speak — spoke b) Write 4 sentences (+) from exercise 6b. Topsy: It’s time for a fairy tale. (See lesson 53.) Нотпешогк 2. Ex. 7a, p. 52. 4. Project “My Day”. Write about; • what you did on a school day; • what you had for breakfast, lunch and dinner on that day; • what you did on Saturday or on Sunday. D Foxy painted these pictures. Look at them and tell a fairy tale about a chicken and a frog. A Chicken and a Frog a) Once upon a time there lived; good friends; bigger than the chicken; longer legs; bigger head; green; kind; clever; smaller than the frog; yellow; nice; b) go to the forest; like to walk in the forest and sing; c) there was a river; meet a dog; want to go by ship; d) swim, get some big leaves; make a small ship; take the chicken to the ship; go to the frog’s grandmother. ^ D a) Read and remember. cut — cut, put — put, run — ran, write — wrote, say — said b) Tell Topsy what you and your friends did yesterday. Run in the park Put all his books in the bookcase Cut grass Say that she wanted to make a cake Write poems and recite them at the party Ann V Nick V Mike V Peter л/ You л/ ?) a) This is Topsy’s favourite English fairy tale. Read it and answer the questions. Tell us what Russian fairy tale it reminds (напоминает) you of. • Where did Mary and Jack live? • Who jumped out of the cooker^? • Who ran after him? • Where did he run? ^ cooker - кухонная плита, печь Once upon a time there lived a little old woman^ and a little old man. The woman’s name was Mary and the man’s name was Jack. They lived in a little old house near the forest. One day Mary wanted to make a gingerbread man for tea. She mixed the gingerbread. Then she cut out a man with a big head, short arms and legs. Mary put some sugar on the gingerbread man and put it in the cooker. There was a knock^ on the cooker door. Mary opened the door and the gingerbread man jumped out and ran out of the house to the forest. Mary and Jack ran after him. Mary and Jack: Come back! Come back! The gingerbread man: I am the gingerbread man. Catch me, catch me, if you can^! And the gingerbread man ran on and on. ' a gingerbread ['c^md5abred] man - пряничный человечек ^ a woman ['woman] - женщина ^ knock [nok] - стук ^ Catch me, if you can! - Поймай меня, если сможешь! b) Listen (No. 88) and read out loud. 4) Project. Present your project “My Day”. ^ lUrite It Right Write 5 sentences from exercise 2b. 5) Topsy: Friends, let’s make a special park. Romy: What’s that? (See lesson 58.) 1. No. 88. V 3. |0| Ex. 1—3. Hoineiuorte 2. Ex. 3a, p. 56. 0/Ш®СО ©a Reserve KSSOPIS Шь Шо КЙШВ ШПЙЩ) © LET’S WAVE FUN 0 a) Listen (No. 89) and say what Topsy and his friends want to do. (Topsy) wants to ... Г7 ( 1 1 1 ЬАЛйш 1 r r Do \ •.* 1' ■ 'ii . . ..’4.,'. b) Look at the chart and say what the friends will do. r will make houses, help with ideas, make a plan, tell his friends, make a Fun Park. Ф In pairs ask each other what it is fun to do. It is fun to play computer games. And what do you think? to play games, to do puzzles, to play with a lego set, to sing and dance, to swim in the river, to cook, to protect nature V______________________________________________________ Let’s play! Say what you will do tomorrow and repeat after (повтори за) your friends. Lena: Tomorrow I will read a book. Sasha: Tomorrow Lena will read a book, and I will draw. 4) a) Read and remember, draw — drew [dru:] know — knew [nju:] throw — threw [0ru:] buy — bought [bod] think — thought [God] ^ b) Read about Romy’s plans and ask her what she really did. Your friend will answer for her (за неё). — Did you draw a picture on Sunday? — Yes, I did. I drew a picture./No, I didn’t. I didn’t draw it. Sunday draw a picture Monday go to school Tuesday do sports, run and swim Wednesday go shopping and buy books V Thirsday make a cake Friday think about the Fun Park V Saturday meet my friends and speak about our plans л/ <$I 5) a) Read out loud. [л] funny, fun. Let’s make a Fun Park, a special park. We will have fun in the tomorrow. We will meet tomorrow. They will tomorrow. b) Read the second part of the fairy gingerbread man and answer the questions: • Who did the gingerbread man meet? • Who did he run away from? • What did the clever fox do? c) Listen (No. 90) and read out loud. It’s Fun fun to make Park, [d] got, have four classes tale about the The Gingerbread Man Part 2 The gingerbread man met a cowL Cow: Stop, little man. I am hungry and want to eat you. Gingerbread Man: I’m the gingerbread man. Mary and Jack didn’t catch me. Catch me, catch me if you can! ’ cow [kao] - корова k> Al т And he ran on and on. Soon^ the gingerbread man met a horse. Horse: You are so tasty! I want to eat you. Gingerbread Man: Mary, Jack and the cow did not catch me. Catch me, catch me if you can! He ran on and on and met a clever fox. Fox: Please, stop. Let’s talk. Gingerbread Man: Mary and Jack, the cow and the horse did not catch me. Catch me, catch me if you can! Soon they were near the river. Gingerbread Man: Oh, I can’t swim. Fox: No problem. I can help you. Jump on my nose. So he did and got right into the fox’s mouth^. ^ soon [su:n] - вскоре 2 mouth [mao9] - рот -too Ф а) Write and remember. UUrite It Right fun, tomorrow, draw — drew, know — knew, throw — threw, buy — bought, think — thought b) Write what Romy did and what she didn’t do (exercise 4b on page 60), 4 sentences. Romy and Rick: Topsy, look! We’ve got some new ideas. (See lesson 59.) Our Theatre 1) Jane and Johnny want to go to the Fun Park. Act out their conversation, use (используй) the model. Johnny: Jane, let’s go to the ... tomorrow. Jane: Great! It’s fun to ... . Johnny: We will ... at the ... . I ".Jl ?) а) Romy and Rick have got some new ideas, but the pirates don’t like them. Listen (No. 91) and guess what they say. к b) Look and remember (вспомни) what they will do tomorrow. Then say what they will not do. Zoo. A funny brown monkey will live at the Mini-Zoo. It will ... sleep, walk, run, jump, eat, drink, play games, make a home, give food to Jc G 4) Look and say what these girls and boys usually do, what they did yesterday and what they will do tomorrow. Usually she gets up at 7 o’clock. Yesterday she got up at 8 o’clock. Tomorrow she will get up at 7.30. USUALLY YESTERDAY 1. to have ... for breakfast 2. to meet her friend 3. to get to school 'V TOMORROW iJJ USUALLY YESTERDAY TOMORROW 1 4. to come back home 5. to do sports 6. to swim in the river (in the morning) §) a) Read out loud. [i] city, cinema, film. We like to go to the cinema. [d] watch, watch a film. I will watch a new film in the evening, [э] throw, show, won’t, show a film. They won’t show a new film at the cinema, [u:] room, zoo, go to the zoo. My little sister likes to watch animals at the zoo. [la] near, theatre. Animal Theatre, to go to the Animal Theatre. We watched animals at the Animal Theatre. Ю Щ 68 b) Read the pirates’ advertisement (объявление). Is it correct? Say what people will really see in the Fun Park. Then listen (No. 92) and read out loud. Dear friends, Don’t go to the Fun Cinema. It is not fun. You will not like it. You will not see any new films there. They will not show any interesting videos at the Fun Cinema. Please, go home and watch films with your families. Don’t go to the Mini-Zoo or the Animal Theatre. The animals are not happy there. They are sad and angry. They are hungry and thirsty. Their houses are dirty. You won’t like the Mini-Zoo and the Animal Theatre. You won’t see any interesting animals. They will show you horses and chickens at the Zoo and at the Theatre. Yours, Pete and Dave ?) a) UUrite It Right Write and remember. cinema, film, show, theatre, watch, zoo b) Write what the people will do tomorrow in exercise 4 (6 sentences). Romy: Look what the pirates say here Rick: What do we do? (See lesson 60.) >1отт)ешог1г 1 2. Ex. 5, р. 67 ^ 3. IJ Ex. 1-3. 1к§@@о)И (Ш т О Help Romy and Rick say what people will do at the Fun Cinema, at the Mini-Zoo and at the Animal Theatre. a) Listen (No. 93) and guess what Snakey wants to open in the Fun Park. b) Answer the questions. 1. What is Snakey’s hobby? 2. Will his friends help him? How? 3. Will he tell the pirates about the Fun Park? Why? Af J Ask and answer in pairs: a) about your hobbies; My hobby is music, and what’s your hobby? b) where you will go in the Fun Park and why. Will you go to the (Fun Cinema)? — Yes, I will. / No, I won’t. — Why? — ... the Mini-Zoo, the Animal Theatre, the TV room, the Music Hall, the Greenhouse, school, the sports club, the city park ^ a) Read and remember, drink — drank give — gave eat — ate [et] sleep — slept b) Look at the pictures on page 65. Ask your friend what the animals from the Mini-Zoo did yesterday. — What did the funny brown monkey do yesterday? — I think the funny brown monkey ate bananas. t)* Let’s play: a) a “Catch and Say” ball game. Catch a ball and say a verb in Past Simple. b) a “Usually — Yesterday” game: — Usually I ride a bike in the park. — Yesterday I rode a bike in the park, too. Ф a) Read out loud. [d] problem, hobby, hobbies. What’s your hobby? — My hobby is theatre. I’ve got two hobbies, [эо] don’t, won’t. I won’t go to the theatre, I will be at home, [i] cinema, listen, listen to music. We like to listen to music. b) Topsy and his friends went to a fantastic theatre. Read what they saw there. Say who Yuri Kuklachev is and who his actors are. Describe them. о SL г J The Kuklachev Cat Theatre Yuri Kuklachev and his family have got a Cat Theatre in Moscow. They opened the theatre in February 1990. Yuri Kuklachev made his first show with a little cat. He found^ it in the city, took it home, gave some food and milk and made a bed for it. The cat was very happy, it was a very good actor. Now there are a lot of clever and funny cats at the Kuklachev Cat Theatre. Yuri Kuklachev loves his animal actors. He watches what they like to do and plays with them. He is very kind to his cats, and they love him a lot. Go to his theatre or his site and have fun: www.kuklachev.ru. c) Listen (No. 94) and read aloud. IJUrite It Right a) Write and remember. hobby (hobbies), listen (to), drink — drank, give — gave, eat — ate, sleep — slept Will you ...? lo found [faond] - нашёл Л/ 5 b) Write 5 questions to your friend about his (her) plans for tomorrow. ^ If uji; Г Pete and Dave: Greenhouse. We Ha-ha-ha! (See lesson 61.) We will go to the will “help” Snakey. ■If? 1. ® Nos. 94. ^ 3. IJ Ex. 1-3. HoTl^Uiorfe 2. Ex. 6, p. 70. l) Let’s speak about your pet. 1. Are you kind to your pet? 2. Can you describe it? 3. What do you do for your pet? 4. What does your pet like? 5. Do you like your pet? Ф Look at Topsy and his friends. What are they doing? What are their hobbies? What is your hobby? ?) а) In pairs ask and answer questions about the pirates’ plans. Where will they go? Who? What? When? b) Say how you will protect the Greenhouse. Ask your friend about it. I will clean the water. Will you clean the water too? ^protect, clean, give food to, make a house for birdsj 4) a) Listen (No. 95) and guess what ideas Foxy has got about the Fun Park. V// #4 u. b) What are Foxy’s hobbies? What will he open in the Fun Park? What will people and animals do there? 5) Discuss (обсуди) with your friends: a) what games and sports you will have in your Sports House. b) what you will cook in the Magic Kitchen. — Will we (have, open, make, cook) ... ? — Yes, we will. It’s a good idea. / No, we won’t. Let’s ... . Ф Look at the picture and ask Foxy what the pirates Pete and Dave did in the Magic Kitchen. — What did Pete put in the soup? — He put some sugar there. put, mix, eat, drink, throw, cut z) a) Read out loud. [ei] skate; [i:] ski; [113] thing, tasty things. о Af b) Romy and Rick went to Grandpa Durov’s Corner. Read what they learned about it and say: • who opened the Animal Theatre and when; • who Natalia Durova is; • what actors there are at the theatre; • what they can do. Grandpa Durov’s Corner 75 Grandpa Durov’s Corner is a theatre where all the actors are animals. Vladimir Durov opened it on January 8, 1912. He was an actor, a clown, a writer and an animal trainer^ He was very kind to his animals. His kindness helped him make friends with them. Vladimir Durov’s granddaughter, Natalia Durova, was the director of the Animal Theatre after him. ’ an animal trainer ['treina] - дрессировщик lo Af ^%X G There are a lot of clever actors at Grandpa Durov’s Corner: white horses can dance, dogs can run and play games, bears and tigers can show tricks^ At the theatre there are the monkeys Fenya and Yasha, the elephant^ Dasha and the hippo^ Mukha. Visit Grandpa Durov’s Corner in Moscow or its site WWW.ugolokdurova.ru. You’ll have lots of fun there, c) Listen (No. 96) and read aloud. 8) lJUrite It Right a) Write and remember. ski, skate, thing, exciting b) Look at the picture on page 73 (exercise 3) and write (3 sentences). What will the pirates do in the Green House? Foxy: Hi, Gloria. Can you help us, please? Gloria: Of course I can. (See lesson 62.) aS' 1. ® « lai 3. I* No. 96. Ex. 1—3. Hoineuiorte 2. Ex. 7, p. 74. ’ tricks - трюки ^ elephant ['elifant] - слон ^ hippo - гиппопотам I 'V ^ G о Little Polly likes to help her mum in the kitchen. Let’s listen (No. 97), sing and learn a song about her. Polly, Put the Kettle^ On Polly, put the kettle on, Polly, put the kettle on, Polly, put the kettle on, And we all have tea. Polly, take it off again^, Polly, take it off again, Polly, take it off again. They’ve all gone away^. 2) Listen (No. 98) and guess what Gloria wants to open in the Fun Park. What does she like collecting? о —4^7— ’ kettle ['ketl] - чайник ^ take it off again [э'деп] - сними его (чайник) ^ They’ve all gone away [gon a'wei] - Они все ушли. Al fi Topsy and his friends like collecting things. Look and say what they like collecting. Snakey likes collecting ... . 4) In pairs ask each other about your hobbies. — What’s your hobby? — I like (drawing pictures). take pictures, dance, sing, cook, collect, read books, watch TV (films), ride a bike, swim, skate, ski, do sports, go to the theatre, visit museums V 'V Our Theatre 7ГГ Ф You are in the Fun Shop. Buy the things you like. Act out a conversation with Gloria. At the Fun Park Sandra: Look, here's the bus. It goes to the Fun Park. Liz: We’ll have a lot of fun today. Sandra: Let’s throw a ball. We can get a prize. Liz: It’s a good idea! . у - ■ ..a a Ф a) Read out loud. [9] collect. I like collecting things, [i] sticker, stickers; [as] stamp, stamps. My brother likes collecting stickers and stamps. b) Read about two friends who were at the Fun Park on Sunday. Look at the pictures and say what they did there. Then listen (No. 99) and read out loud. Liz: Oh, I’ve really got a prize! Sandra: Your little sister will like this teddy bear. Liz: Oh, they are playing music. You know, my hobby is dancing. Sandra: Well, I like dancing too. Come on. О уу Liz: It’s lunch time. I’m hungry and thirsty. I’d like a sandwich and a cola. Sandra: And I’d like two bananas and an ice cream, lunch we can go to the cinema. After UUrite It Right a) Write and remember. collect, stamp, sticker b) Write what will you do in the Fun Park (4 sentences). Topsy: I know an interesting game. Let’s play it. Romy: Fine. What game is it? ... Homeu/orte Nos. 97, 98, 99. 2. Ex. 6, p. 79 3. Щ Ex. 1—3. ^ 4. Project “My Hobbies and My Fun Park”. Write: • what your hobbies are; ^ • what you like doing; ^ • what you will open in your Fun Park; it • what you and your friends will do there. to А/ О Project. Present your project My Hobbies and My Fun Park. Let’s play a game “A Big Treasure Hunting^” (p. 84—85). There is the pirates’ treasure in the biggest tower in the castle. Who is the first to get it? Read the rules (правила) and start. The Rules 1 - You want to get to the castle but there is a guard^ there. Describe him. Ask him how to get to the tower. 2 - You are in the magic garden (саду). Ask your friends what tasty things from the garden they would like to eat. 3, 4 - You are in the bedroom and in the living room. Describe them. 5 - You are in the dining room. The king is celebrating his birthday there. Answer his question: “What do you like for breakfast (lunch, dinner)?” 6 - You are in the kitchen. What food does the king’s family like? Is it healthy or not? 7 - You are at the Mini-Zoo. Who lives there? Are the animals happy? Why? Say how you can help them. 8 - You are in the Green House. What can you see there? Tell the king how to protect the Green House. 9 - You meet the Prince and the Princess. Ask them what their hobbies are. 10 - You are happy because you are the first to get to the tower. Sing the songs “Alouette”, “Polly, Put the Kettle On” or “Protect Nature”. Внимание! Пропустите ход: a) если вы ошиблись при выполнении задания; ^ Treasure [Тгезэ] Hunting - охота за сокровищем ^ guard [ga:d] - стражник ш ■:Ж. ■А b) если ваша фишка попала на следующие цифры: - вы увлеклись сбором фруктов и овощей в волшебном саду и забыли о времени; - вы заснули в королевской спальне после утомительного путешествия; - вы задержались на празднике по случаю дня рождения короля. Побеждает команда, первой попавшая точно на цифру 10. Reseme УеШй “iMS V UessoMs щ шн© атЩ) и SONGS AND POEMS Animals Snakey: On nny planet, in the forests There were a lot of foxes. Angry brown bears And little birds were there. In our house there was A white and orange horse And chickens, too, of course. Oh, how nice it was! 1к§Шой) Що What's the problem? Doctor: What's the problem, Topsy? Topsy: There is a problem with Romy. Yesterday she was OK, But she is sleeping now all day. Rick: She eats when she is hungry. She drinks when she is thirsty. But now she doesn't eat or drink. Foxy: So, doctor, what do you think? D Protect the Nature Doctor: Please, clean the water. Clean the air. Protect the nature. Help the bear, Fish, birds, the monkey and the fox. Put rubbish in a special box. Make homes for birds, my friends, and please. Protect all flowers and trees. b • -■'•'S' . USEFUL RULES 1 Present Continuous Вопросы, начинающиеся с вопросительных слов 1. What is Mr Magics doing now? — He is cooking soup. Что сейчас делает мистер Мэджике? — Он готовит суп. 2. Who is cooking meat? — Foxy is cooking meat. Кто готовит мясо? — Фокси готовит мясо. am I reading What is he/she/it doing? are we/you/they cooking? То Be — Past Simple Прошедшее простое время глагола “to be” Утвердительные предложения 1. Topsy was in Bookland. Топси был в Книжной стране. 2. The animals were angry. Животные были сердиты. ’Useful Rules - Полезные правила Past Simple употребляется, когда мы говорим о фактах или действиях в прошлом. Указатель времени — yesterday (вчера). I/He/She/It was \Л/е/УоиДЬеу were happy. То Be — Past Simple Отрицательные предложения 1. The water on Snakey’s planet was not (wasn’t) clean. Вода на планете Снейки не была чистой. 2. The animals on the Clean were not (weren’t) happy. Животные на планете Клин не были счастливы. Полная форма Краткая форма I He/She/lt was not wasn’t happy. \Л/еДои/ They were not weren’t То Be — Past Simple Вопросительные предложения и краткие ответы 1. Was Romy OK? — No, she wasn’t. C Роми было всё в порядке? — Нет. 2. Were you in the city yesterday? — Yes, we were. Вы были в городе вчера? — Да. Was 1 he/she/it Were we/you/they in the city yesterday? To Be — Past Simple Вопрос к подлежащему 1. He was on the Clean. - Who was on the Clean? 2. The toys were in the box. - What was in the box? Вопросительное слово ставится вместо подлежащего. Порядок слов в предложении не меняется. В вопросе употребляется только was. Вопросы к другим членам предложения 3. His answer was «Yes». - What was his answer? 4. The students were at school. - Where were the students? В вопросе was или were ставится перед подлежащим. Past Simple of Regular Verbs Прошедшее простое время правильных глаголов Утвердительные предложения Английские глаголы делятся на две группы: 1) правильные глаголы и 2) неправильные глаголы. Большинство глаголов относится к первой группе. Прошедшее простое время правильных глаголов образуется прибавлением -ed. 1. Topsy and his friends cleaned the Clean. Топси и его друзья очистили планету Клин. 2. Foxy helped the animals. Фокси помог животным. 3. They protected nature. Они защищали природу. После звонких согласных и гласных После глухих согласных После согласных t и d -ed [d] [t] [Id] cleaned cooked painted played helped needed (нуждался) Особенности правописания: в глаголах, оканчивающихся на букву е, при прибавлении -ed эта буква опускается: dance — danced, invite — invited. Прошедшее простое время неправильных глаголов образуется путём изменения корней слов. Их надо запомнить. (См. список неправильных глаголов на с. 102.) Степени сравнения прилагательных Положительная Сравнительная Превосходная степень степень степень (-er) (-est) small smaller (меньше) the smallest (самый маленький) happy happier the happiest (счастливее) (самый счастливый) Особенности правописания В односложных прилагательных, оканчивающихся на одну согласную, последняя согласная удваивается: fat — fatter — the fattest, big — bigger — the biggest. Если прилагательное оканчивается на букву у, то при прибавлении -ег и -est буква у меняется на i: happy — happier — the happiest, dirty — dirtier — the dirtiest. Прилагательные good и bad образуют степени сравнения не по правилу. Их надо запомнить: good — better — the best, bad — worse — the worst. Порядковые числительные до 30 Порядковые числительные образуются от количественных путём прибавления -th. Исключение составляют числительные first, second, third. Порядковые числительные обычно употребляются с определённым артиклем. 1st the first — первый 2nd the second — второй 3rd the third — третий 4th the fourth — четвёртый 5th the fifth — пятый 6th the sixth — шестой 7th the seventh — седьмой 8th the eighth — восьмой 9th the ninth — девятый 10th the tenth — десятый 11th the eleventh — одиннадцатый 12th the twelfth — двенадцатый 13th the thirteenth — тринадцатый 14th the fourteenth — четырнадцатый 15th the fifteenth — пятнадцатый 16th the sixteenth — шестнадцатый 17th the seventeenth — семнадцатый 18th the eighteenth — восемнадцатый 19th the nineteenth — девятнадцатый 20th the twentieth — двадцатый 21th the twenty-first — двадцать первый 22th the twenty-second — двадцать второй 30th the thirtieth — тридцатый Особенности правописания Обрати внимание на различия в написании следующих числительных: five — the fifth, eight — the eighth, nine — the ninth, twelve — the twelfth, twenty — the twentieth, thirty — the thirtieth. ■ I.. r. щ уг ^ .V Past Simple Отрицательные предложения 1. Mike didn’t paint a picture. Майк не рисовал картину. 2. Jenny and David didn’t walk in the park. Дженни и Дэвид не гуляли в парке. Полная форма Краткая форма 1 He/She/lt \Л/еДоиДЬеу did not didn’t play tennis. Past Simple Вопросительные предложения и краткие ответы 1. Did Topsy play tennis? — Yes, he did. Топси играл в теннис? — Да. 2. Did Dan and Paul ride a bike? — No, they didn’t. Дэн и Пол катались на велосипеде? — Нет. 1 Yes, 1 did. Did he/she/it help the animals? No, he didn't. we/you/they Yes, they did. с- у"' Past Simple Вопросы, начинающиеся с вопросительных слов 1. What did Mr Dock have for breakfast? Что мистер Док ел на завтрак? 2. Where did the students do sports? Где ученики занимались спортом? 3. When did you get up? Когда ты встал? 4. Why did Snakey like the Earth? Почему Снейки понравилась Земля? 5. How did they help the animals? Как они помогали животным? What you do there? Where you go? When did you go there? Why V you go there? How you get there? Обрати внимание на то, что вопрос со словом образуется без вспомогательного глагола did. Who played football? Кто играл в футбол? Who went to the shop? Кто ходил в магазин? Who read а book? Кто читал книгу? who Future Simple Будущее простое время Утвердительные предложения Future Simple употребляется, когда мы говорим о действии, относящемся к будущему. Указатель времени — tomorrow (завтра). 1. Tomorrow I will meet my friends. Завтра я встречусь с друзьями. 2. They will come back home at 3 o’clock tomorrow. Завтра они придут домой в 3 часа. Полная форма (+) Краткая форма (+) I He/She/lt We Дои Д hey will II invite friends tomorrow. I Future Simple Отрицательные предложения 1. Не will not go to the gym tomorrow. Oh не пойдёт завтра в спортивный зал. 2. You won’t like this film. Тебе не понравится этот фильм. Полная форма Краткая форма I He/She/lt WeДouДhey will not won’t come. Future Simple Вопросительные предложения и краткие ответы 1. Will you meet your friends tomorrow? — Yes, I will. Ты завтра встретишься с друзьями? — Да. 2. Will Jane come to your birthday party? — No, she won’t. Джейн придёт к тебе на день рождения? — Нет. Will I he/she/it we/you/they go to a party tomorrow? Future Simple Вопросы, начинающиеся с вопросительных слов 1. What will Foxy have in the Fun Park? Что будет у Фокси в Парке развлечений? 2. Who will come to your birthday party? Кто придёт к тебе на день рождения? 3. When will you go to school tomorrow? Когда ты пойдёшь в школу завтра? What When How will I he/she/it we/you/they do? come? get home? Who help the animals? - Ф иЮВ1> UST мн. ч. — множественное число пр. вр. — прошедшее время after ['а:йэ] после afternoon [^a:ft3'nu:n] день Good afternoon! Добрый день! air [еэ] воздух angry ['aeggri] сердитый animal ['aeniml] животное any ['em] какой-нибудь, сколько-нибудь apple ['aepl] яблоко April ['eipral] апрель arm [a:m] рука (от кисти до плеча) armchair ['шт^еэ] кресло Art [a:t] рисование {учебный предмет) August ['o:g9st] август autumn ['э:1эт] осень В back [Ьаек] назад, обратно bad [baed] (worse [w3:s], the worst [w3:st]) плохой (хуже, наихудший) banana [Ьэ'пашэ] банан bathroom ['ba:0rom] ванная комната beautiful ['bjurtifl] красивый, прекрасный because [bi'koz] потому что, так как bed [bed] кровать bedroom ['bedrom] спальня behind [bi'hamd] за, позади birthday ['b3:0dei] день рождения bookcase ['bokkeis] книжный шкаф breakfast ['brekfast] завтрак buy [bai] {пр.вр. bought [bo:t]) покупать cake [keik] торт, пирожное celebrate ['selibreit] праздновать chicken ['^ikin] цыплёнок cinema ['smama] кино; кинотеатр go to the cinema пойти в кино city ['siti] город classroom ['kla:srom] класс clean [kli:n] чистый; чистить, мыть clock [кЬк] часы {стенные, настольные, башенные) It’s 8 o’clock. Сейчас 8 часов. close [klaoz] закрывать cold [kaold] холодный collect [ka'lekt] собирать, коллекционировать come [клт] (пр. вр. came [keim]) приходить, приезжать cook [кок] готовить count [kaont] считать cucumber ['к]шклтЬэ] огурец cut [кл1] {пр. вр. cut [кл1]) резать dark [dark] тёмный date [deit] дата, число December [di'semba] декабрь decorate ['dekareit] украшать dinner ['dina] обед dirty ['dsiti] грязный door [dor] дверь drink [driqk] {np. вр. drank [drae^kj) пить E ear [la] yxo Earth [з:0] Земля {планета) eat [i:t] {пр. вр. ate [et]) есть, кушать evening ['i:vnii3] вечер Good evening! Добрый вечер! exciting [ik'saitiij] волнующий, захватывающий eye [ai] глаз fair [fea] белокурый, светлый favourite ['feivarit] любимый February ffebroari] февраль film [film] кинофильм show a film показывать фильм fish [fij] рыба flat [flaet] квартира flower ['flaoa] цветок food [furd] пища, еда foot [fot] {МН.Ч. feet [firt]) ступня, нога {ниже щиколотки) forest fforist] лес fox [foks] лиса Friday ['fraidi] пятница fridge [frids] холодильник fruit [frurt] фрукты fun [fAn] веселье, забава It’s fun. Забавно, have fun веселиться get [get] (np. вр. got [got]) получать; добираться get to school добираться до школы give [giv] (np. вр. gave [geiv]) давать good [god] (better ['bets], the best [best]) хороший (лучше, наилучший) Ц hair [hes] волосы hand [haend] рука head [bed] голова healthy ['helOi] здоровый help [help] помогать her [ha:] ей, её him [him] ему, его hobby ['hobi] любимое занятие, хобби What’s your hobby? Какое твоё любимое занятие? Му hobby is music. Моё хобби — это музыка, horse [hors] лошадь hot [hot] горячий; жаркий house [haos] дом hungry ['Ьлддп] голодный hunt [hunt] охотиться I ice cream [ais 'krirmj мороженое idea [ai'dia] идея, мысль It’s a good idea! Это хорошая идея! in front of [frAnt] перед, впереди invite [in'vait] приглашать January ['фагпрэп] январь juice №u:s] coK July [cfeu:'lai] июль June [d3u:n] июнь К kind [kaind] добрый kitchen ['kifin] кухня It’s lovely! Это восхитительно! lunch [1лп^] обед М make [meik] (пр. вр. made [meld]) делать {изготовлять) March [ma:^] март Maths [maeGs] математика {учебный предмет) May [mei] май me [mi:] мне, меня meat [mi:t] мясо milk [milk] молоко mix [miks] мешать, смешивать Monday ['mAndi] понедельник month [тАП0] месяц morning ['mornig] утро Good morning! Доброе утро! much [mAf] много How much is...? Сколько стоит...? music ['mju:zik] музыка leaf [li:f] {mh. ч. leaves [li:vz]) лист leg [leg] нога (от бедра до ступни) listen ['lisn] слушать listen to music слушать музыку little ['litl] маленький live [liv] жить living room [ livii] rum] гостиная long [ID13] длинный look for [Jok 'fo:] искать lovely ['IavIi] прелестный, восхитительный N nature ['nei^s] природа naughty ['no:ti] непослушный night [nait] ночь Good night! Спокойной ночи! nose [naoz] hoc November [nao'vemba] ноябрь 0 October [ok'taoba] октябрь parents fpearants] родители party ['pa:ti] вечеринка people ['pi:pl] люди Physical Education [^fizikl ^edju'keijn] (PE) физическая культура {учебный предмет) porridge ['porid^] каша potato [pa'teitao] картофель protect [pra'tekt] защищать, охранять put [pot] {np. вр. put [pot]) класть rain [rein] дождь it rains in autumn. Осенью идёт дождь. Reading ['ri:dir)] чтение {учебный предмет) river ['riva] река room [ru:m] комната rubbish ['глЬг/] мусор Russian ['гл/п] русский язык {учебный предмет)', русский salad ['saelad] салат {блюдо) salt [so:lt] соль sandwich ['saenwid5] сандвич, бутерброд Saturday ['saetadi] суббота sausage ['sDsid^] колбаса, сосиска say [sei] {пр. вр. said [sed]) говорить, сказать Science ['saians] окружающий мир {учебный предмет) September [sep'temba] сентябрь shop [Jop] магазин show [Jao] спектакль: показывать skate [skeit] кататься на коньках ski [ski:] ходить на лыжах sleep [sli:p] {пр. вр. slept [slept]) спать snow [snao] снег It snows in winter. Зимой идёт снег. some [SAm] несколько, некоторое количество soup [su:p] суп speak [spi:k] {пр. вр. spoke [spqok]) говорить, разговаривать spring [sprip] весна stamp [stasmp] марка sticker ['stika] наклейка subject ['sAbd5ikt] предмет {учебный) sugar ГХ^э] сахар summer ['sAma] лето sum [sAm] арифметическая задача do sums решать задачи Sunday ['sAndi] воскресенье switch [swif] переключать switch off выключать switch on включать T taii [teil] хвост take [teik] {np. вр. took [tok]) брать take bus number... ездить на автобусе номер... tasty ['teisti] вкусный tea [ti:] чай theatre ['Giata] театр them [бет] их, им thing [01Г)] вещь think [Ощк] {пр. вр. thought [0a:t]) думать third [03:d] третий thirsty ['Osisti] испытывающий жажду I am thirsty. Я хочу пить, throw [0ГЭО] {пр. Bp. threw [0ru:]) бросать, кидать throw away [^0гэо s'wei] выбрасывать Thursday ['03:zdi] четверг time [taim] время What’s the time? Который час? It’s time for breakfast. Пора завтракать, today [ta'dei] сегодня tomato [ta'madao] помидор tomorrow [ta'morao] завтра Tuesday ['tju:zdi] вторник TV set телевизор U us [as] нам, нас usually ['ju:30ali] обычно V vegetable ['vecfe;tabl] овощ very ['veri] очень VJU walk [wo:k] прогулка пешком, ходить пешком go for a walk гулять wall [wo:l] стена warm [wo:m] тёплый watch [wDtJ] часы {карманные, наручные)] смотреть, наблюдать watch TV (video, a film) смотреть телевизор (видеофильм, фильм) water ['wo:ta] вода Wednesday ['wenzdi] среда when [wen] когда whose [hu:z] чей why [wai] почему window i'wmdao] окно winter ['winta] зима would [wod] глагол, выражающий вежливую просьбу Would you help me, please? He поможете ли вы мне? Writing ['raitig] письмо {учебный предмет) yesterday ['jestadi] вчера you [ju:] ты, вы; тебя, тебе; вас, вам zoo [zu:] зоопарк go to the zoo пойти в зоопарк 101 mBEGULAB VE№S 1 be [bi:] was [wDz], were [wa:] быть, находиться buy [bai] bought [bo:t] покупать come [клт] came [keim] приходить, приезжать cut [кл1] cut [kAt] резать do [du:] did [did] делать draw [dro:] drew [dru:] рисовать drink [drigk] drank [draegk] пить eat [i:t] ate [et] есть, кушать get [get] got [got] получать; добираться give [giv] gave [geiv] давать go [дэо] went [went] идти have [haev] had [haed] иметь know [пэо] knew [nju:] знать make [meik] made [meid] делать {изготовлять) meet [mi:t] met [met] встречать put [pot] put [pot] класть read [ri:d] read [red] читать ride [raid] rode [raod] ехать run [глп] ran [raen] бегать say [sei] said [sed] говорить, сказать see [si:] saw [so:] видеть sleep [sli:p] slept [slept] спать speak [spi:k] spoke [spook] говорить, оазговаоивать swim [swim] swam [swaem] плавать take [teik] took [tok] брать think [Oipk] thought [0o:t] думать throw [0ГЭО] threw [0ru:] бросать, кидать write [rait] wrote [root] писать Irregular Verbs - Неправильные глаголы CONTENTS LET’S HELP THE PLANET.4 TIME AND SEASONS.....27 LET’S HAVE FUN.......59 SONGS AND POEMS..86 USEFUL RULES.....88 WORD LIST........97 IRREGULAR VERBS.102 О At ^ к n