Section 2. Are they different: the country and the city?
What is the weather like in St Petersburg? It’s cloudy.
What is the weather like in Rome? It’s sunny.
What is the weather like in Berlin? It’s windy.
What is the weather like in London? It’s cold.
What is the weather like in Omsk? It’s warm.
What is the weather like in Krasnodar? It’s hot.
What is the weather like in Paris? It’s rainy.
What is the weather like in Moscow? It’s snowy.
The Sun is stronger.
The sun is stronger.
The mouse is smaller.
The pencil is shorter.
The snowman is colder.
1) The cat is bigger than the mouse, but smaller then the horse.
2) The bear is cleaner than the pig, but dirtier than the rabbit.
3) The pen is longer than the pencil, but shorter than the ruler.
4) Mary is happier than Bob, but sadder than Max.
b) Russian; c) Summer; d) February; e) The 22 ⁿ ͩ of June.
Например: 1) The best pupil in our class is Smirnov / Ivanov… 2) The best day is Friday fot me. 3) The worst day is Monday for me.
All people become happy in the town.
1 – 5 – 3 – 2 – 6 – 4 – 7.
long – longer – the longest
tall – taller – the tallest
happy – happier – the tallest
sad – sadder – the saddest
nice – nicer – the nicest
merry – merrier – the merriest
sunny – sunnier – the sunniest
warm – warmer – the warmest
In winter they can make a snowman.
In winter they can ski.
In winter can skate.
In summer they can ride a bike.
In summer they can dive and swim.
In summer they can play volleyball and basketball.
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