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ENGLISH Условные оБозНаЧения — v~^ слушаем читаем @ — % задание на диске задание в рабочей тетради 0' переход от урока к уроку 1)^ задание по усмотрению учителя if? ■ к ш С.г. Тер-Минасова, Л.М. Узунова, Е.И. Сухина, Ю.О. Собещанская АНГЛИЙСКИЙ ЯЗЫК 4 класс Учебник ДЛЯ общеобразовательных учреждений В двух частях Часть 2 Учебник прошел экспертизу в РАН (протокол 10106-5215/244 от 12.10.2011) и РАО (протокол 01-5/7Д-12 от 11.10.2011) на соответствие требованиям ФГОС НОО Рекомендовано Министерством образования и науки Российской Федерации Учебник принадлежит к системе «Перспективная начальная школа» (экспертное заключение РАО № 01-5/7д-632 от 01.11.2012) Москва АКАД ЕМ КН И ГА/УЧ ЕБН И К УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК81.2АНГЛ-922 А64 Английский язык [Текст] : 4 кл. : Учебник для А64 общеобразоват. учреждений: В 2 ч. / С.Г Тер-Минасова. Л.М Узунова, Е.И. Сукина, Ю.О. Собещанская. — М.: Академкнига/Учебник. 2013. — Ч. 2. — 104 с.: цв. ил. ISBN 978-5-49400-333-1 (общ.) ISBN 978-5-49400-335-5 (ч.2) 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 личностноориентированного 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 ББК81.2АНГЛ-922 ISBN 978-5-49400-333-1 <общ.) ISBN 978-5-49400-335-5 (ч.2) © Тер-Минасова С.Г, Узунова Л.М., Сухина Е.И., Собещанская Ю.О, 2013 © Оформление. ООО «Издательство «Академкнига/Учебник», 2013 Дорогой друг! Приключения астронавтов на Земле продолжаются. Вместе с ними мы побываем на праздновании Дня матери и Дня отца, узнаем, что за праздник Arbor Day и как отмечают в России масленицу, примем участие в необычных соревнованиях в Великобритании и Америке, посетим Австралию и Канаду и замечательно проведём время в удивительных парках и известных театрах. Всё это мы осуществим с помощью английского языка. Желаем тебе успехов! f so MANy COUNTRIES, SO MANy CUSTOMS' bacon, bread, grapes, mushrooms, pear, pineapple, toast, jam b) Write what kind of food Jane and Johnny have on their planet. I think that on the Blue Planet they have .... к ^ Dasha: Tomorrow we’ll go to a traditional Russian festival. Johnny: What festival? (See lesson 42.) ^тпешог1г 1. ® Nos. 67, 68, 70. 2. Ex. 6a, b, p. 19. 3.|J Ex. 1-3. 22 1^' b- 0 Let’s recite the poem “Five Fat Sausages”. ?) a) Put the words in the box in two groups: countable and uncountable nouns (исчисляемые и неисчисляемые существительные). (D (2) many apples much cheese • an apple, a banana, a pineapple, a tomato, a potato, a carrot, a pepper, a cucumber, cabbage; • water, milk, cheese, juice, tea, coffee, sugar, chocolate, ice cream; • fish, meat, a sausage, a sandwich, an egg, oil, a pancake, a cake, bread, toast, jam Our Theatre b) Work in pairs. Jane and Johnny are in the shop. They want to buy some food for dinner. Make up a dialogue between a seller and Jane (Johnny). The model below will help you. A seller: Hello, what can I do for you? (Jane): Have you got any (bananas)? A seller: Yes, we have. (Jane): I’d like some. A seller: How many much do you want? (Jane): Ten (bananas), please. <Г23< 3:> Dasha is telling Jane_ and Johnny about ^ «-“if" f Ф afteS Usten to her (No. 71) and guess the meaning of the new words. 4) a) Look at the pictures on pages 23-24 and say how Russian people celebrate Maslenitsa. You’ll need the following words: a big straw^ doll in an old dress, to burn^ the old doll, to say “Goodbye” to winter and meet a new spring, to wear national Russian costumes, to play games outdoors, to go sledging, to have lots of fun, to laugh a lot, to sing and dance straw [strn:] — соломенная to burn [bj;n] — сжигать IJPL # Й L<: b)* Have you ever celebrated Maslenitsa with your family? If yes, tell the class about it. ^ Let’s play in two teams. Put the verbs in two groups as in the model. Which verb doesn’t fit (подходит) any group? l) 2) make — made — made know — knew — known meet, take, write, be, do, sing, see, buy, go, ride, find, give, throw, hide, say, spend, choose, send, have, get, come, eat, cut, tell, think 6) a) Read out loud. [e] bed, festival; [л] but, butter, honey; [э:] door, outdoors, to do sports outdoors; [a:] car, laugh; [cfe] sledge, go sledging; [аоэ] our, sour cream. b) Jane and Johnny enjoy reading. Dasha gave them her favourite book ‘Just So Stories” by a famous English writer R. Kipling as a present. Read Part I of the story they liked most of all and answer the questions after the text. Listen to it (No. 72) and read out loud. You’ll need the words on page 25. How the Whale Got His Throat (After R. Kipling) Part I In the sea, once upon a time, there was a Whale, and he ate a lot of fish. Finally there was only one small fish left^ in all the sea and he swam a little behind the Whale’s ear. Then the Whale said, “I’m hungry.” And the small fish said, “Listen, have you ever tasted^ Man?” “No,” said the Whale. “What is it like?” “Nice,” said the small fish. “Swim to the middle^ of the sea and you will find a raft and a Man with a knife on it wearing a pair of blue trousers and a pair of suspenders. Don’t forget about the suspenders, my friend!” • Who are the characters of the story? • Why was the Whale hungry? • Who told the Whale to taste Man? How did the small fish describe the Man in the sea? ' Finally there was only one small fish left, одна маленькая рыбка. * tasted — пробовал ® to the middle — в середину Наконец осталась только J Ulrite It Bight ~D a) Write and remember. butter, honey, sour cream, festival, laugh, sledge, outdoors b) Write what you like to eat with pancakes. Johnny: Dasha, what is a popular spring holiday on the Earth? Dasha: It is May Day. (See lesson 43.) Momeiuorte Z Nos 71, 72. 2. Ex. 6. p. 24. i_| Ex. 1-3. Project “My Family Likes Holidays”. • What holidays do you celebrate? • How do you prepare (готовишься) for them? • What food do you like? • How do you spend your time? 0 a) May Day is a very old festival in Britain. Maypole dancing’ is a tradition on May Day. Listen to the poem about the festival (No. 73) and learn it by heart. maypole dancing — танцы вокруг майского дерева / шеста Dancing Round the Maypole Dancing round the maypole, Dancing all the day, Dancing round the maypole On the first of May, Dancing round the maypole, What a merry bunch\ Dancing round the maypole, Till it’s time for lunch! b)* Say what your family usually does on May Day. ?) a) Dasha wrote a quiz for Jane and Johnny, but Big and Bug mixed up all the sentences. Read and correct them. Dasha’s Quiz 1. Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are in August. The girls made a cake for their fathers on Mothering Sunday. 2. Arbor Day came from England and is celebrated in winter. The father of Arbor Day is an American president. It is a flower-planting day. 3. On Pancake Day there are potato-tossing competitions in Britain. 4. Cheese-rolling races are for old people. 5. A pumpkin-throwing competition is very popular in Scotland. 6. Maslenitsa is a traditional Welsh festival. The most interesting things about it are pancakes and snowballs. b) Say which food and drink are very popular in Great Britain and in Russia. a merry bunch — весёлая компания 3 а) Do you like fairy tales? Traditional characters ot English fairy tales are fairies^ They can be good or bad. Listen to a Welsh fairy tale about Dewi Dal (No. 74a). Think and say what instructions an old man gave him. b) Then listen to the story till the end^ (No. 74b) and say what instructions they really were. You’ll need the words below. a farmer — фермер, to get rid of — избавиться, poor [роэ] — бедный, a wife — жена 4) a) Read the end of the story about the hungry Whale. You’ll need the words below. Then listen to the story (No. 75) and read it out loud. 1. a grating 2. a mouth [mao0] How the Whale Got His Throat (After R. Kipling) Part II So the Whale swam and swam and saw the Man. He opened his mouth and swallowed^ him and the raft. The Man ’ fairies — феи 2 till the end — до конца ® swallowed f'swolafxl] — проглотил didn’t like it and started to jump and dance. The Whale was very unhappy. “Come out,” he said. “No, no!” laughed the Man. "Take me to my home in Britain and I’ll think about it.” So the Wtiale swam and swam and the Man inside him cut the raft with a knife and made a grating with the help of the suspenders. When the Whale saw the Man’s home, he opened his big mouth and the Man walked out of it but put the grating into the Whale’s throatV From that day on, the Whale ate only very small fish. b) True or false? (Верно или неверно?) Tick the true sentences in your Workbook and correct the false ones. 5) Project. Present your project “My Family Likes Holidays”. Dasha: Are there any time zones on your planet, Johnny? Johnny: Time zones? What is it? (See lesson 48.) Иотпешог1г 1. ® Nos 73, 75. 2. Ex. 4a, p. 28. 3. Ex. 1-3. Э throat [Oraot] - глотка FANTASTIC UJOBLD й Jane is surprised to see different time zones in Russia Answer her questions about the time in these cities. Kaliningrad 31 Jane: What is the time in (Kaliningrad)? / What time is it in (Kaliningrad)? You: It is (two) o’clock. 2) Big and Bug have reset (переставили) all the clocks and watches. Listen to the song (No. 76) and guess what time it is. Sing along. What’s the Time? Hetty: What’s the time? Johnny: It’s five past nine. Jane: Quarter past nine. Johnny: Half past nine. Hetty: What’s the time? Jane: It’s quarter to ten. Johnny: Five minutes to ten. Hetty: What time is it, then? Hetty: 1 don’t understand. Can you tell me, my friend? I ^ 3j) Johnny has made a time machine! Now he is travelling in time. Look and say what time it is and what the weather is like in different places. 4) a) Read and remember. speak - spoke - spoken, wear - wore - worn • Yesterday I spoke to my friends. Today we have spoken to our teacher. • In winter we wore warm coats and hats. They have never worn warm coats in Africa. b) Complete the sentences and read Johnny’s conversation with Jane. Lmr. г Jane: Johnny: Jane: Johnny: Jane: Johnny: Where have you (be)? I have (be) back in time. I have just (come) back. Oh, great. What have you (see) today? I have (find) some strange animals. I have (meet) nice people. Oh, I have never (speak) to people from old times. I have never (wear) strange costumes. But I have! I have (do) a lot of interesting things. 5) a) Read out loud. [ae] capital, understand. Sorry, I [i] little, minute. I need one minute, half. It is ten (minutes) past nine. [y-] water, quarter. It is quarter past four, it is quarter to five. b) Read and say how many time zones there are in Russia, in Canada and in Australia. Then listen to the text (No. 77) and read it out loud. don’t understand you; please, [a:] part, past. It is half past nine. World Time Are you going to travel? One minute, please! Don’t forget 0 look at the clock. Time is different in different parts of the World. In Russia we have got nine time zones, with 60 minutes etween the zones. Canada has got six and Australia - three zones. In Australia time is very interesting. It can be zone, 8:30 in the second time zone and in the third one. It is fun, isn’t it? Ufrite It Bight ^ a) Write and remember. understand, minute, half, past, quarter, speak - spoke - spoken, wear - wore - worn b) Complete and write exercise 4b. Johnny: Oh, who is that? ^ Kangaroo: I am Ally, 4x (See lesson 49.) НотпешогЬ С 1. Nos 76, 77. 2. Ex. 5, p. 33. 3. |_| Ex. 1-3. « .. 0 a) Let’s sing the song “What’s the Time?” (No. 78). b) Look and say what time it is in different cities now. Washington - 7:30 New York - 7:30 London - 12:30 Edinburgh - 12:30 Moscow - 15:30 Novosibirsk - 18:30 2) а) Johnny is speaking to the little kangaroo. Listen ^ (No 79) where the kangaroo wants to go. Describe that place Our Theatre b) Act out their conversation. ^ Ask the animals about the weather in different parts of Australia. f in the desert r'-'.-i h ! s i \ in the ocean ^''"'"AUSTRALIA Л’* in the field on the continent 36 4) Our friends must go to Australia. Look at the list and say: a) what they have never done before, b) what they must do in Australia. to visit Australia They have never visited Australia. They must visit it. To-Do List • to see the ocean, • to walk in the desert, • to spend time in the sun, • to speak to people from Australia, • to watch koalas, • to jump with kangaroos, • to throw a boomerang. §) a) Read out loud. [л] puzzled, must. I must go back home, [ai] try, cry. Don’t cry, please, [d] monument, continent. I live on the continent, ['эо/п] ocean. You must go to the ocean, [e] festival, desert. You must drink a lot of water in the desert. b) Johnny is writing his questions about Australia on the Spacenet. Read and match them with the computer’s answers. Australia: Questions • How big is Australia? • What is its flag like? • What is the weather like in Australia? • What are the seasons there? • What is the nature like there? 1 Australia: Answers . It is the smallest continent, but the 6th biggest country in the world. It is between two oceans. • It is different from place to place. There are deserts, fields, forests and nice green cities by the sea. You must go there! • The winter in Australia is from June to August and the summer is from December to February. So Santa Claus usually comes with Christmas presents in summer! • Summers are sunnier and hotter than in Russia. Winters are warm too, so it never gets as cold and frosty as in Russia. • You can see the British flag and white stars on it. *lf you want to read more about Australia, go to: http://www.zoomschool.com/school/Australia. UUrlte It Right ^ a) Write and remember. must, cry, continent, ocean, desert Russia answers to the questions in exercise 5b about Johnny: Let’s go to Australia by ship. Jane, Hetty and Snakey: By ship? Are you sure? (See lesson 50.) HoTneu/orte No. 79. 2. Ex. 5, p. 36. 3. |_J Ex. 1-3. О ^1' l) Snakey is dreaming about his life (мечтает о своей жизни) in Australia. Listen to him (No. 80) and match his plans for the day and the time in your Workbook. Our Theatre -7ПГ There is a storm in the ocean! Our friends are asking Johnny what to do. Act out their conversation. Ал.. Jane: What do I do? Johnny: You must... . the window, close the door, put on a coat and a hat, hide, watch the ocean, send an SOS [^esao'es] ?) The storm is finished, but there is a problem with the ship navigation. Listen to the song (No. 81) and guess what our friends can see now. Sing along. I8[ nmi г 1 D nn ИЧ >ptrn ooo X ri~l iT I t D In rnui. lOOO m - 1 □ 3 : ТП ^ Where Are We? Jane: Johnny: Jane: Johnny: I can see fantastic nature. Is it Europe? Is it Asia? No, it must be Australia. It must be the home of Ally. I can see a beautiful city. Is it Canberra? Is it Sydney? Canberra’s not by the sea. It must be Sydney. Let’s see. 4) a)* Look at the people, describe their clothes and guess where they are from: Europe, Asia or Australia. He is wearing I think he is from b) Say what we call people and things from these places using the model below. Russia + an = Russian = Russian people America, Australia, Africa, Asia Europe + an = European [Jusra'pbn] Canada + an = Canadian [ka'neidian] 9 a) Read out loud. ['рэгэр] Europe. In summer we must travel to Europe, r'eija]^ Asia. Part of Russia is in Europe, and part of it is in Asia. [2Б] understand, Canberra. Canberra is the capital of Australia, [i] minute, Sydney. Sydney is the biggest and oldest city in Australia. b) Read the text, find the answers to these questions and read them out loud. 1. Who is Nemo / Dory? 2. Where does Nemo’s father go and why? 3. What is the Great Barrier Reef? 4. What are the most famous places in Sydney? Then listen to the text (No. 82) and read it out loud. Finding Nemo Have you ever watched “Finding Nemo”, a famous American cartoon? No? You must watch it! Nemo is a little fish who lives in the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is In the ocean near the continent of Australia. It is the biggest coral reef on Earth. It is home to corals (very small animals), sea stars and fantastic fish. Great Barrier ['barria] Reef - Большой Барьерный риф One day Nemo is gone. His father starts to look for him in the ocean and travels to Sydney. Nemo’s friend Dory helps them to meet. In this cartoon you can see the most famous places in Sydney: Sydney Harbour’, the Harbour Bridge^ and the Opera House. They are symbols of Sydney, the biggest Australian city. UUrite It Right 6) a) Write and remember. Europe, Asia, Canberra, Sydney b) Write 5 sentences about your plans for tomorrow. At nine o’clock I must.... At half past ten I must— / ^ Jane: Sydney is so big. Where is Ally’s home here? Hetty: I know where it is. Let’s go to... . (See lesson 51.) ’ harbour ['ha:baj - гавань 2 bridge [brich] - мост HoTTieiuorte Nos 81, 82. 2. Ex. 5, p. 41. 3. I_J Ex. 1-3. К l) a) Let’s sing the song “Where Are We?” (No. 83). b)* These animals have lost their way (потерялись). Look and say where they must go. The kangaroo must go to Australia because it is an Australian animal. BUT: an Arctic / Antarctic animal THE ARCTIC Odg^jjig Щ ^ S «OBBIES AND FUN ACTIVITIES' l) a) Work in pairs. Complete the chart in your Workbook about your interests. Then ask each other questions and tick your partner’s answers. b) Say what your partner likes / doesn’t like doing. Show to the class what you both (оба, обе) like doing. Our Theatre -) a) Romy is calling (звонит) Jane over the Spacenet. Listen to the girls’ conversation (No. 94) and guess the meaning of the new words. Then act out the dialogue. activities — мероприятия b)* Listen to Romy and Jane’s conversation again (No. 94) and act it out replacing (заменяя) the words “skating rink, skating” with the names of other places and sports. You may use the chart in your Workbook. 3) a) Look at the pictures, give names to the people and say what they are fond of doing. Then say what you are fond of doing. b)* What do you think Romy (Rick, Jane, Johnny, Hetty, Foxy, Topsy, Big and Bug) is fond of doing? ^ Work in pairs. Ask each other 3 questions as in the model below and then tell the class what your partner often does. Do you often (go swimming)? — Yes, I do / No, I don’t. He often (goes swimming). 5) a) Read and remember. swim — swam — swum drink — drank — drunk Has Jane swum in the river yet? Johnny has drunk a lot of orange juice today. b) Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets in the Present Perfect. 1. Mum (buy) some pears. 2. Jane (see) the Statue of Liberty. 3. My friends (swim) over the lake. 4. It is hot today and Rick (drink) a lot of cold water. a) Read out loud. [13] drink, rink, a skating rink. Do you like to go to the s a^ng rink? [d] fond, ['ofn] often. I’m fond of basketball. I often meet my friends. iO At b) Are you fond of going to fun parks? Let’s visit Drusillas Park in Great Britain together with Jane and Johnny. Read the text and say: • what children can see and do in the park; • what you’d like to do there. Then listen (No. 95) and read out loud. A Day Out in the Fun Park Welcome to Drusillas! Get nose to nose with nature! Drusillas is open from 10 am to 5 pm in summer and 4 pm in winter. In the park you can meet a lot of funny animals. Be friendly with them. You can watch them, learn how they live, what they can do and feed’ them. You can also take part in Zoolympics. Look at the picture. How long do you think the boy can hang on^ like that? And a monkey? ’ feed — кормить 2 hang on — висеть г Y fj But animals are only half of the fun. Children can enjoy wall climbing, hill sliding and swimming. They can ride a carousel’ which moves very quickly or go slowly on three nice ^^gjps — Thomas, Annie and Clarabel. 67 tf" z liUrite It Bight 7) a) Write and remember. skating rink, fond of, often drink — drank — drunk swim — swam — swum b) Choose 3 characters from exercise 3b and write what they are fond of doing. Jane: Dasha, what is a sleepover party? Dasha; OK, it’s a lot of fun. _ (See lesson 60.) ’ carousel (,kaer3'sel] - карусель О At -s ir/i Homeujorfe о Nos 94, 95. 2. Ex. 6, p. 65. 3. 1_J Ex. 1-3, l) a) Look at the pictures and say what the people and animals are doing now. Topsy is eating honey. Kate Mrs Clemens ___________ Topsy Jim Big and Bug Pussy b) What have you done? What haven’t you done? Make up sentences with already and yet. Use the words from the box. I have already had my breakfast. I haven’t done my homework yet. to swim in the pool’, to go to the shop, to see the new film, to buy a new pen, to think about a birthday present, to draw a picture, to take pictures, to give food to your pet, to drink milk • * A Our Theatre с1л people in your family / your friends do Slowly / quickly? ’ pool [pu:l] — бассейн Ал ‘ R 6h-.^ ^1й 69 ?) a) Big and Bug are watching a competition (соревнова-НИЯ) on TV. Listen to their conversation (No. 96) and guess the meaning of the new words. Then look at the picture and act out the dialogue. а) Guess the meaning of the word “a loser”. Look at the pictures and name the winner and the losers. Why do you think so? ; to Win — a winner, to lose — a loser : b) Read and remember. win — won [wAn] — won lose [lu:z] — lost — lost The girl with a diploma has won a tennis game. They have lost a football match. 4)* Listen to the poem (No. 97) and learn it by heart. Slowly, Slowly Slowly, slowly, very slowly Creeps the garden snaiP. Slowly, slowly, very slowly Up the garden raiP. Quickly, quickly, very quickly Runs the little mouse. Quickly, quickly, very quickly Round about the house. ’ Creeps the garden snail. — Ползёт садовая улитка. 2 rail [reil] — ограда I i ь) Are you fond of travelling? Have you ever travelled with y^r class? Listen to how British students from Nessie School are going to travel and answer the questions. • Where will they go? • When will they go there? • Who will travel with the children? • What fun activities the students will have? You’ll need the words below. a dino [’dainarj] — динозавр a sleepover party at school в школе — вечеринка с ночевкой а)' Read what the teachers from Nessie School wrote to the children’s parents. Dear parents, Please, give your children: a rucksack, a toothpaste ['tu:0peist], a toothbrush, a sleeping bag, pyjamas [pi'd3a:m3z], Ч У' a T-shirt, a favourite toy. Please don’t give them electronic toys as they may lose them. Yours, Miss Reed and Miss Brown b И/ в ,lr т b) Say: I what the children will / won’t take with them; • what things you usually take with you when you travel with your family: • if you have ever had a sleepover party. Ulrite It ШдЫ Z) a) Write and remember. quickly, slowly, a winner, a loser win — won — won, lose — lost — lost b) Write 5 sentences about your school competition. Use the words above. ^ <3^^ Dasha: Tomorrow we’ll go to a very beautiful city. Johnny: Really? What city is it? ^ (See lesson 61.) НотпешогЬ 1. ® Nos 96, 97. 2. Ex. 3b, p. 70, ex. 6a, p. 71. 3. IJ Ex. 1-3. о 0* Let’s recite the poem “Slowly, Slowly”. Й Many of you do sports. Say which sports you and the mem tjers of your family are fond of. The words in the box will help you badminton, volleyball, football, tennis, chess, basketball, running, swimming, skating, skiing, climbing \_______—-------------------------------------------- Name outdoor and indoor games. Say what you usually do when you get together with your friends at home or outdoors. 4) Jane and Johnny have written a letter to Joe. He is reading it out loud. Listen to him (No. 98) and try to guess the meaning of the new words. Our Theatre ^ a) Work in pairs. Jane / Johnny asks you 5 questions about your school rules (правила). Answer them using the model and the words from the box. Then change roles. May I ask questions at school? — Yes, you may. May I sleep In the lessons? — No, you may not. to read books aloud, to sing songs, to dance in the class, to throw rubbish under the desk, to write in a student’s book, to draw on the walls, to play ball games in the class, to learn songs and poems, to describe pictures, to play computer games У b) Say what school subjects are easy / difficult for you. ^ a) Read out loud. [ei] May. May I go home? [i:] read, easy, an easy test. Its easy, [difikalt] difficult, a difficult subject. It’s difficult. lO At -1- В Ь) Jane, Johnny and Hetty are fond of travelling and you ^ invite them to visit Mosco\w. Read about places where you can have fun in this city and name them. Have you ever been there? Then listen to the text (No. 99) and read it out loud. What to See in Moscow Part I In Moscow there are a lot of places where children can easily have lots of fun and be happy. In the Moscow Dolphinarium you will watch how the Black Sea dolphins and whales walk on water and do difficult tricks with balls on their noses. Gorky Park is a place for fun. You can skate at the skating rink in winter and go by boat’ in summer. I, lr> 1 go by boat [batrt] — кататься на лодке п ;у In the Children’s Music Theatre you will enjoy exciting shows — the famous "Peter and the Wolf”, fairy tales “Puss in Boots", "Snow White”, “The Frog Princess” and “Snow Maiden”^ Real birds sing in the theatre. Its symbol is the "bluebird of happiness”. Natalia Sats founded^ this theatre and was its director. 75 t: Ulrite It Right ~0 a) Write and remember. easy, difficult, may, letter b) Write 4 school rules for Jane and Johnny. Use exercise 5 on p. 73 and the model below. You may ... . You may not Jane: Will we visit more interesting places in Moscow? Dasha: Of course we will. (See lesson 62.) Нотпешогк 1- о Nos 98, 99. 2. Ex. 6, p. 73 . 3. i_| Ex. 1-3. ^ Snow Maiden" — «Снегурочка» founded [ faondid] — основала to ж nt Й' О* Listen to the poem (No. 100) and learn it by heart. Girls and Boys, Come Out to Play Girls and boys, come out to play; The moon is shining as bright as day^; Leave^ your dinner, and leave your sleep, And come with your friends into the street. You find milk, and I’ll find flour^ And we’ll have a pudding in half an hour. ^ a) Big and Bug say, “We are not naughty, we are good!” Ask them the questions on page 77 and you’ll see. луна светит ярко, и светло ' The moon is shining as bright as day как днём * leave [li:v] — оставьте ^ flour [flaoa] — мука n Have you ever (take) other people’s things? (walk) on the walls? (open) doors and windows in the houses in snowy weather? (draw) pictures on mirrors? (jump) on beds and tables? (play) hide-and-seek in the computer? (laugh) at the lessons? (win) any computer game? (lose) your shoes? b) What is it easy / difficult for you to do? 3) a) Dasha is asking Johnny questions. Listen to their conversation (No. 101) and guess the meaning of the new words. b) Read the words and match the opposites (слова c противоположным значением). often never usually always ['o:lw3z] sometimes rarely [‘reali] Our Theatre ^ a)* Act out the dialogue from exercise 3a. b) Complete the sentences about yourself (o себе) using the words from exercise 3b. D 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. forget my student’s books at home. do my homework. go to the cinema. go skating at the skating rink. come home at 4 o’clock. have dinner at school. И# ■ J В Jh” ^ а) Read and remember. put — put — put Mother has put porridge and cakes on the table. b) Complete the sentences with the verbs in Present Perfect. 1. Johnny (drink) hasn’t drunk all his juice yet. 2. Jane (not eat) her ice cream yet. 3. Dasha’s mother (buy) some fruit and vegetables. 4. Children (go) to the park? 5. Dasha (do) her homework already. 6. Who (put) a lunch box in my bag? a) Read about some other places where children can have fun in Moscow. Then listen to the text (No. 102) and read it out ioud. What to See in Moscow Part II The Obraztsov Puppet^ Theatre is the most famous puppet theatre in Russia and home to a fantastic museum of puppets. Sergei Obraztsov was a great Russian puppet master. ’ puppet ['рлрэГ] — кукла (театральная) л. Jt Не founded the theatre. Now it has more than ten shows for children — traditional Russian and European fairy tales, “The Tale of Tsar Saltan” by A. Pushkin, “Aladdin’s Magic Lamp”, “Mowgii” and others. The Yuri Nikulin Circus Yuri Nikulin was the country’s most famous clown and the director of the circus. Here you can see different animals, acrobats and funny clowns. All the shows in the circus are exciting. in Wl# The Darwin Museum Charles Darwin was a British naturalist’. In the глизеит ch^dren can always see moving and roaring^ dinos, rare feh and sea plants, enjoy lovely birds’ songs from the museum collection. " b) Read the names and say who these people were. Natalia Sats, Sergei Obraztsov, Yuri Nikulin, Charles Darwin. c) * Describe the places in Moscow which are named after them (названы их именами). j UUrite It Riglit l) a) Write and remember. always, sometimes, rare, rarely, put put put ’ naturalist ['nae^arslist] — естествоиспытатель 2 roaring ('rn:ni]] — ревуидий V /> U г b) Write exercise 4b. Dasha: Tomorrow we’ll go to a fairy tale museum. Jane: What will we do there? Dasha: We’ll watch cartoons. (See lesson 63.) WoTneiuorfe 1. ® Nos 100, 101, 102. 2. Ex. 6a, p. 78. 3. IJ Ex. 1-3. ^ (•» i -- j"' » I • "T Ж. 0* Let’s recite the poem “Boys and Girls, Come Out to Play”. Our Theatre Work in pairs. Jane and Johnny want to have hobbies. Act out their conversation. Each of them has to choose (выбрать) 2 hobbies. Use the model below. Johnny: Jane, what hobbies would you like to have? Jane: Skiing, because I like winter. I’d also love to have ... as a hobby, because ... . ^ Work in pairs. Take turns (no очереди) to ask and answer questions on page 82. a О Have you (watch) any funny cartoons today? (visit) your friends today? (eat) any tasty things today? (be) to a birthday party today? (learn) any new poems today? (make) any New Year's presents today? (read) any interesting stories today? 4) Listen to the first part of the cartoon (No. 103) Dasha and her friends saw at the Fairy Tale Museum. Say: • whose birthday it was; • what Mrs Rabbit wanted to make for her children; • what she asked Mr Rabbit to do. You’ll need these words: a rabbit — кролик, a bunny — кролик {ласкательно), to bring — приносить Tina ' 5) Read the second part of the fairy tale. Then listen to it (No. 104) and read it out loud. Little Bunnies Part II Mr Rabbit’s carrots were very good and tasty. In the country show they always won the first prize. But w Rabbit came to his vegetable garden, there were no there. He was very much puzzled and went home slowly. Next day the little bunnies came running into the kitchen. “Happy Birthday,” said Snowy, “I want to give you a surprise!” She quickly opened a box where there were juicy carrots and gave them to her brothers and sisters. “I had just the same ideal” said Willy and opened the second box of carrots. “We, tool” said Polly and Nick. And they put a lot of juicy carrots on the kitchen table. “Oh, now I know who has stolen^ my carrots,” said Mr Rabbit. And all the bunnies laughed. But the greatest surprise was when Mrs Rabbit made a big birthday carrot cake. All the family had lots of fun. ’ has stolen — украл О И/ - 84 б) True, false or no information in the text. Correct the fakp sentences. 1. Mr Rabbit’s carrots always won the first prize. 2. Mr Rabbit was happy when he saw his vegetable garden. 3. Snowy gave a surprise to her sisters and brothers. So did the other bunnies. 4. The greatest surprise was when Mrs Rabbit gave her bunnies carrot juice. 5. The bunnies didn’t like their birthday party because their father took them to his vegetable garden to plant carrots. z) Ulrite It Right Write 6 sentences about what you have done and haven’t done today. I have ... I haven’t ... Dasha: Our last travel this year will be to “Monkey World”. Johnny: It’s a good idea! (See lesson 64.) hoTneiuorfe i' 1. ° No. 104. 2. Ex. 5, p. 82. 3. i_J Ex. 1-3. ^ 4. Project “My Hobby”: • what your hobby is; . Г' # where, when and how often you can do it, • how your hobby helps you learn interesting things (be healthy). Project “A Great Family Day Out : • where you were; • what you saw and did there; • why it was a day of fun. l) Read the text and say what “Monkey World” is. Monkey World This place is in Dorset, Great Britain. It is a monkey rescue’ centre. Jim Cronin founded it to give home to monkeys rescued from photographers, travelling circuses, animal sellers^, from laboratories and from people who kept^ them as pets. ’ rescue [ reskju:] — спасение, спасать sellers — торговцы ® kept — держали All of these monkeys now love playing outdoors with each other. People give them food and there is a monkey hospital in the centre. Here there is a play park for children too and lots of picnic tables. Families can celebrate children’s birthdays in “Monkey World”. It is usually a day of fun. ■?) Say: • what the main idea of the text is; • who founded the monkey rescue centre, • how people help monkeys. trail I Project. Present your project “My Hobby” or “A Great Family Day Out”. 4) Let’s play a Space Game in three groups. Look at the picture on pages 88-89. Throw the dice (кубик) and do the task (задание) with this number together. If any of the groups has already done this task, throw the dice again. The winner will get a prize. e L (D Let’s make a webpage about Russia. Tell the class what you want to write and what pictures you want to put there. ^ Tourists want to visit your city (or village). Tell them about the weather in different I seasons. Recommend them what to wear. (^Our friends from the Red Planet are going to Australia. Plan an excursion for them. 0 Let's make a costume ball! Say what character you want to be and what you are going to wear. to ^ Rick and Romy want to go to Canada. Recommend where to go and what to do there. You are in the USA. Say what you have already done or seen there, and what you are going to do and see. You've ^ got a magic animal. Describe it. You ' visited the ‘ Earth and then went back home to your planets. Tell your friends about some interesting traditions and festivals on You VH/ have made a website about the UK. Say what tourists can find there 1 .'I Describe some places where children can have a lot of fun. Tell your friends to visit them. t USEFUL RULES П Степени сравнения многосложных прилагательных Положительная Сравнительная Превосходная interesting - интересный more interesting -интереснее the most interesting - самый интересный popular -популярный more popular -более популярный the most popular -самый популярный Это нужно запомнить! При сравнении двух разных предметов в английском языке употребляется слово than (чем), а при сравнении двух одинаковых предметов - слова as ... as (так же ... как, такой же ... как). 1. This book is as famous as that one. Эта книга такая же известная, как и та. 2. This writer is more popular than that one. Этот писатель более популярен, чем тот. Глагол “must" - быть должным, обязанным Утвердительная форма Отрицательная форма Полная Краткая _ 1 / You / Не / She/ It / We / They must must not mustn’t Это нужно запомнить! • Глагол must выражает необходимость и долженствование в утвердительной форме и запрет в отрицательной форме. 1. You must do your homework every day. Ты обязан делать домашнее задание каждый день. 2. Не must be there at 5 o’clock. Oh должен быть там в 5 часов. 3. You mustn’t throw rubbish in the museum. В музее нельзя бросать мусор. • Must употребляется только в настоящем времени. • Глагол в неопределённой форме, следующий за глаголом must, употребляется без частицы to. • К глаголу must не добавляется окончание -s в 3-м лице единственного числа. Суффикс -ап При прибавлении суффикса -ап к названиям стран и континентов образуются существительные или прилагательные, обозначающие названия жителей, языков, принадлежность к какому-либо народу. 1. Russia - а Russian - Russian Россия - русский (человек) - русский (язык) 2. Canada - а Canadian - Canadian Канада - канадец - канадский (флаг) 3. Africa - ап African - African Африка - африканец - африканский (пейзаж) Глагол “may’ Утвердительная форма Отрицательная форма Вопросительная форма l/You/ Не/ She / It/We/ They may may not May 1 ... ? Это нужно запомнить! • Глагол may употребляется для того, чтобы попросить разрешения у кого-то и дать ответ на эту просьбу. May I play with you? - Yes, you may. (разрешение) - No, you may not. (запрет) Можно с тобой поиграть? - Да, можно. - Нет, нельзя. • May не имеет будуидего времени. • May не имеет окончания -s в 3-м лице единственного числа. - • После may глагол в неопределённой форме употреоля- ется без частицы to. • В вопросе используется обычно местоимение I (я), а в ответе you (ты, вы). UX)W) LIST MH. 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Половина третьего, hat [haetj шляпа, шапка have to быть должным, вынужденным hide [haid] (hid [hid], hidden ['hidnj) прятать, прятаться history fhistari] история honey fhAni] мёд I into ['into] b; на Irish [ aiarij] ирландский a. W Li. jam [ctjsem] варенье; джем jeans [cfeirnz] джинсы jungle ['d^Aogl] джунгли just [c^ASt] только что, просто lake [leik] озеро language ['laeogwic^j язык last [la:st] прошлый, последний laugh [la:f] смех; смеяться letter ['lets] письмо; буква like [laik] как, подобно lose [lu:z] (lost [lost], lost) терять M man [maen] {мн.ч. men [men]) мужчина, человек may [mei] можно, разрешите May I come in? Можно войти? minute ['minit] минута Just a minute. (Подождите) минутку, mirror ['mira] зеркало money ['mAni] деньги monument ['monjomsnt] памятник mountain ['maontin] гора move [mu:v] двигаться mushroom ['mAjrom] гриб must [mASt] быть должным, обязанным N need [ni:d] нуждаться (в чем-либо) never ['nevs] никогда next [nekst] следующий next to рядом, около Northern Ireland |,пайэп 'aiabnd) Северная Ирландия О ocean ['л5/п] океан often ['ofn] часто opposite ['opazit] противоположный; напротив Ottawa ['otovo] Оттава outdoors [^aut'daz] на улице page [peicfe] страница pancake ['paenkeik] блин part fpa:t] часть past [pa:st] после, за It is 10 minutes past two. Десять минут третьего, pear [pea] груша pepper ['рерэ] перец pineapple ['painaeplj ананас place [pleis] место place of interest достопримечательность polar bear ['paola ,Ьеэ] белый медведь popular ['popjula] популярный put on [^put 'on] надевать puzzled f'pAzld] озадаченный Q quarter ['kwo:ta] четверть It is a quarter past two. Четверть третьего, quickly [ kwikJi] быстро •'ainy ['reinij дождливый rare [геэ] редкий rarely Щ rarely ['геэИ] редко ready f'redi] готовый be ready for быть готовым к чему-либо get ready for приготовиться к чему-либо Scotland ['skotlandj Шотландия Scottish ['skotij] шотландский sea [si:] море send [send] (sent [sent], sent) посылать sheep [Ji:p] {МН.Ч. sheep) овца shine [Jain] светить shirt [J3:t] рубашка shoe [Ju:] обувь, туфля, полуботинок shopping ['[приз] посещение магазинов go shopping идти за покупками shower ['Jaoa] душ take а shower принимать душ silly fsili] глупый skating rink ['skeitiq ,гпзк] ледовый каток skirt [sks:t] юбка sky [skai] небо sledge [sled5] санки go sledging кататься на санках slowly ['sbuli] медленно snowy ['snaui] снежный, заснеженный sock [sok] носок sometimes ['sAmtaimzJ иногда sour cream ['saoa ^ kri:m] сметана spend [spend] (spent [spent], spent) проводить, тратить spend money тратить деньги spend time проводить время start [stu:t] начинать state [steit] штат, государство the States Штаты (Соединённые Штаты Америки) storm [sto:m] буря, гроза, шторм strange [streincfe] странный suit [sju:t] костюм sun [ьлп] солнце sunny ['sAni| солнечный sure [/пэ] уверенный; конечно be sure быть уверенным surprised [sa'praizd] удивлённый suspenders [sa'spendaz] подтяжки sweater ['sweta] свитер Sydney [sidnij Сидней take off [,tcik 'nf] снимать tell [tel] (told [toold], told) рассказывать ticket ['tikit] билет tired ['tai9dj усталый toast [t90st] тост, подрумяненный на огне ломтик хлеба together [ta'geda] вместе get together собираться вместе tradition [tra'dijn] традиция trainers [Чгешэг] кроссовки travel ['traevlj путешествовать trousers ['traozazj брюки, штаны try [trai] пытаться, пробовать try on [ trai 'on] примерять (одежду) T-shirt ['ti:j3:tj футболка u understand [,And9'staend] (understood [^Anda'stud], understood) понимать USA [juies'ei] США usually [ju:303li] обычно V visit ['vizit] посещать Ш Wales [weilz] Уэльс wash [wDj] мыть way [wei] путь wear [wea] (wore [wd;]. worn [wa-.n]) носить weather f'weda] погода website ['websait] вебсайт week [wi:k] неделя Welsh [welj] валлийский, уэльский wild [waild] дикий win [win] (won [wAn], won) побеждать wind [wind] ветер windy ['windi] ветреный wing [wiq] крыло winner ['wins] победитель wolf [wolf] {МН.Ч. wolves [wolvz]) волк woman ['woman] (мн.ч. women ['wimin]) женщина work [w3:k] работать, работа world [w3:ld] мир all over the world no всему свету У yet [jet] ещё IRREGULAR VERBS q been [bi:n] be [bi:] was [wDz], were [w3;j buy (bai] bought [bo:t] bought [bo:t] choose [^u:z] chose [tjaoz] chosen ['^aozn] come [клт] came [keim] come [клт] do [du:] did [did] done [dAn] draw [dro:] drew [dru:] drawn [dro:n] drink [dnok] drank [draeok] drunk [drAi^k] eat [i:t] ate [et] eaten ['i:tn] find [faindj found [faond] found [faond] fly [flai] flew [flu:] flown [flaon] get [get] got [got] got [got] give [giv] gave [geiv] given ['givn] go [дэо] went [went] gone [gon] have [haev] had [haed] had [haed] hide [haid] hid [hid] hidden ['hidn] know [пэо] knew [nju:] known [naon] lose [lu:z] lost [lost] lost [lost] make [meik] made [meid] made [meid] meet [mi:t] met [met] met [met] put [pot] put [^t] put [pot] read [ri:d] read [red] read [red] ride [raid] rode [ro?3d] ridden ['ridn] run [глп] ran [raen] run [ГАП] say [sei] said [sed] said [sed] see [si:] saw [so:] seen [si:n] send [send] sent [sent] sent [sent] sing [SI13] sang [saei}] sung [saq] sieep [sli:p] slept [slept] slept [slept] speak [spi:k] spoke [spook] spoken ['spookn] spend [spend] spent [spent] spend [spent] swim [swim] swam [swasm] swum [swAm] take [teik] took [tok] taken ['teikn] tell [tel] told [toold] told [toold] think [0ir)k] thought [0o:t] thought [0o:t] throw [0Г9О] threw [0ru:] thrown [Oraon] understand understood understood [^Anda'staend] [, Ando'stud] [, Ando'stud] wear [wea] wore [wo:] worn [wo:n] win [win] won [WAn] won [WAn] write [rait] wrote [root] written ['ntn] Учебное издание Тер-Минасова Светлана Григорьевна Узунова Лариса Моисеевна Сухина Елена Игоревна Собещанская Юлия Олеговна Английский язык 4 класс Учебник для общеобразовательных учреждений В двух частях Часть 2 Художники: 4./4. 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