[k] – Рождество, украшать, украшение, столица, песнопения, состоять из
[s] – город, центр, центральный, декабрь, праздновать
[θ] – 25 декабря, 24 декабря
[ə] – украшать, собирать, состоять из, картошка
[ɔ:] – для, перед, Норвегия, мысль, низкий
[ʌ] – Лондон, лондонцы, цвет, цветной, деньги
Текст А:
1. A big Christmas tree – большое рождественское дерево (ёлка)
2. A nice skating rink – красивый каток
3. Christmas pudding – Рождественский пудинг
Текст В:
1. Beautiful decoration – красивые украшения
2. Traditional Christmas songs and carols – традиционные рождественские песни и песнопения
3. The 24th of December – 24 декабря
1. F – Рождество – важный осенний праздник в Великобритании. – It’s an important winter holiday. – Это важный зимний праздник
2. T
3. T
4. F – Хоровые группы катаются на коньках, собирая деньги. – They sing song and carols to collect money for charity. – Они поют песни и песнопения, чтобы собирать деньги на благотворительность.
5. T
6. F – Рождественский ужин состоит только из фруктов и овощей. – it consist of roast turkey and Christmas pudding. – Он состоит из запеченной индейки и Рождественского пудинга.
1. Central London’s streets have got beautiful decorations at Christmas.
2. There is also a nice skating rink in the center of the capital.
3. Before Christmas groups of singers perform traditional Christmas songs and corals in the streets and squares.
4. People usually decorate their trees on Christmas Eve – on the 24th of December.
5. British Christmas dinner consists of a roast turkey with carrots and potatoes and Christmas pudding.
1. A man with a dog is taking photos of the Christmas thee. – Мужчина с собачкой фотографирует рождественскую ёлку.
2. Children are listening to music, skating and speaking on the phone. – Дети слушают музыку, катаются на коньках и говорят по телефону.
3. A group of singers is singing Christmas songs and corals. They are collecting money for charity. – Хор поёт рождественские песни и песнопения. Они собирают деньги на благотворительность.
4. Children are decorating the Christmas tree with coloured balls. – Дети украшают ёлку цветными шариками.
5. A family is having Christmas dinner and enjoying Christmas. – Семья за рождественским ужином наслаждается Рождеством.
You phone you English friend on 25th of December. – Marry Christmas!
You friend asks: “How are you?” – I’m fine thanks.
You pushed somebody by accident. – I’m sorry.
You are at your friend’s birthday party. – Happy birthday to you!
Your friend is going to take an exam. – Good luck!
Your friend is going to visit London. – Have a nice trip!
Your friend is ill. – Get well soon!
You meet your friend on the 31st of December. – Happy New Year!
Student 1: Hi, Martin! Let’s go skating!
Student 2: Hi, Dan! I’m afraid that I can’t. I fell ill.
Student 1: Oh, such a pity! Get well soon!
Student 2: Thank you.
Student 1: Is it you, Mary?! What a nice surprise on 31st of December! How are you?
Student 2: Hi, Chris! Nice to meet you too! I’m fine, thanks. How are you?
Student 1: I’m also fine! Happy new year!
Student 2: Happy new year!
1. Mr. Wooding and his son are decorating the Christmas tree.
2. Mr. Wooding is cooking a turkey.
3. The little girl is drawing a picture of Santa.
4. The grandfather is taking photos.
5. The grandmother is speaking on the phone.
6. The dog is watching TV.
7. The cat is sleeping.
1. Many relatives together with her elder sister, sister’s husband and their children are going to stay with Julia at Christmas.
2. She is going to clean the room and to go shopping for Christmas presents.
3. She is going to by a cute teddy bear for her niece.
4. It’s cold, windy and never seems to stop raining at this time in London.
In our city all New Year preparations start early. In the middle of November you can already find beautiful New Year trees in every shopping mall and in the restaurants. Later central streets of the capitol are decorated with cute lamps and placards that make our city like a big New Year tree.
People start preparing for the holiday mostly in December. They spend hours in different shops to find the best present for their close people. On the New Year Eve Russian people are busy cooking and watching old soviet classical films.
I like this holiday because is a magic time when all the families gather round their tables and enjoy sweet minutes of happiness together.
1. British people celebrate Christmas on the 25th of December.
2. British children get up early on Christmas to look at the foot of the bed and find there presents.
3. In Britain Santa Claus is also called Father Christmas.
4. Santa lives in the North Pole. Ded Moroz lives in Velikiy Ustyug.
5.Santa puts his presents at the foot of every bed in the stockings and Ded Moroz puts them under the New Year tree.
6. In some houses Santa finds a glass of milk and biscuits in the kitchen.
7. Yes, they work very hard in December. They visit every house and bring presents to every child.
√ To leave
To leave the party – уходить с вечеринки
To leave the city – уезжать из города
To leave the country for London – уезжать из страны в Лондон
To leave for Moscow – уезжать в Москву
√ Another
Another cup of tea – еще одна чашка чая
Another film – другой фильм
I’ve left the country for London on New Year Eve to meet with all the relatives and best friends.
Could you make another cup of tea for us, please? – Shall I put some lemon in it? – Yes, please.
Santa-Claus is reading children’s letters.
Santa is flying in the sky.
Santa is playing with a puzzle.
Ded Moroz is using a computer.
Ded Moroz is making a phone call and writing a postcard.
1. У него нет внуков
2. He lives in the North Pole
3. He puts the presents in the stockings
Он кладет подарки в чулки
4. He gets a glass of milk and biscuits
Он получает стакан молока и печенье
1. У него есть внучка Снегурочка
2. He lives in Velikiy Ustyug
Он живет в Великом Устюге
3. He puts the presents under the New Year tree
Он кладет подарки под ёлку
4. His coat is blue
Его шуба синего цвета
They both work hard in December and on the 1st of January. – Они оба упорно трудятся в декабре и 1 января.

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