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Pronounce the words correctly
Pronounce the words correctly:

[a:] [ju:][∫] [t∫]

art you sharpener picture

ask computer bookshelf teacher

answer pupil dictionary question

heart music Russian Literature


Read the transcription of the words
Read the transcription of the words:

  • [’kla:srum] -

  • [’blækbo:d] -

  • [’buk∫elf] -

  • [’pikt∫ə] -

  • [’∫a:pnə] -

  • [’dik∫ənəri] -

classroom

blackboard

bookshelf

picture

sharpener

dictionary


computer

ruler

paints

  • [kəm’pju:tə] -

  • [’ru:lə] -

  • [peints] -

  • [’eksəsaizֽbuk] -

  • [’ti:t∫ə] -

  • [’pju:pl] -

  • [æk’tivitiֽbuk] -

  • [kə’setri’ko:də] -

exercise book

teacher

pupil

activity book

cassette recorder


1. count, from, Jim, 1 to 10, can.

2. learn, poems, English, pupils, by heart.

3. to answer, I, teacher’s, the, questions, like.

Make up sentences with the words:

Jim can count from 1 to 10.

Pupils learn English poems by heart.

I like to answer the teacher’s questions.


My friend will retell this text tomorrow.

4.friend, retell, my, text, tomorrow, this, will.

5. sister, to ask, likes, little, questions, my, silly.

6. to discuss, at, lesson, the, problems, different, like, pupils.

My little sister likes to ask silly questions.

Pupils like to discuss different problems at the lesson.


We translated the story from Russian into English yesterday.

7. translated, from, the story, Russian, we, into, yesterday, English.

8. usually, lesson, we, of, listen, English, write, the, read, at, and, speak.

We usually listen, write, read and speak at the lesson of English.


Listening
Listening

naughty[’no:ti] – непослушный

classmates[’kla:sֽmeits] – одноклассники

there is something good about him – внеместьчто-тохорошее


Say if it is true or false
Say if it istrueorfalse:

  • Ann is eleven.

  • Ann is the pupil of the fifth form.

  • She has five lessons a day.

  • Ann likes Mathematics, Russian and History.

  • Ann learns Mathematics because she wants to be as clever as her granny.

  • She likes to draw people at the lesson of English.

  • Ann likes to ask and answer the teacher’s questions.

  • She doesn’t like to retell stories.


  • Paul likes to go to school.

  • His favourite subject is PT (physical training).

  • Paul is very naughty.

  • He never talks with friends at the lessons.

  • He usually does what the teacher says.

  • Paul is friendly.


Speaking
Speaking

Ask your partner questions to find out:

  • if he/she likes to go to school;

  • what his/her favourite subjects are;

  • what he/she likes to do at the lesson;

  • what he/she likes to do during the break;

  • what lessons he/she doesn’t like;

  • what he/she doesn’t like to do at the lesson;

  • what things he/she usually takes to school;

  • …………


Writing
Writing

Complete the sentences:

  • I … to go to school.

  • My favourite subjects at school are … .

  • I learn … because … .

  • I like to … at the lesson of … .

  • I need … at the lesson of … .

  • I don’t like … .

  • I don’t like to … at the lesson of … .

  • I must … .

  • I mustn’t … .


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