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The 12th of November The Best of All Possible World – My Native Town There are a lot of great names on a map: Polotsk, Nesvizh, Mir … Rich and famous from most ancient times, But I like you, my native town, most of all!
A PRONUNCIATION DRILL (SOUNDS [b] - [p]) 1. Listen, look and say: approximately landscape proof bank output complete boundary picturesque plant encampment population places of interest enterprise pram in bloom
A PRONUNCIATION DRILL (SOUNDS [b] - [p]) 2. Listen, look and say: The plane will land in approximately 20 minutes. John pushed the boat away from the bank. What is the population of Belarus? I like the beauty of the New England landscape in autumn. Bring a passport as proof of identity. The building took two years to complete.
A PRONUNCIATION DRILL (SOUNDS [b] - [p]) 3. Try to read the following tongue-twister as fast as you can: A big black bug bit a big black bear, Then a big black bear bit the big black bug. And when the big black bear bit the big black bug, Then the big black bug bit the big black bear.
ACTIVE VOCABULARY: 1. Read the words that are not connected with the topic “My Native Town”:
access graduate authorities picturesque amateur population boundary probation dweller refectory encampment ravine enrollment region enterprise settlement facilities sewage landscape staff assignment to host places of interest to remodel monument to attend museum to elaborate native works
2. Do the crossword on the topic “My Native Town”:
1. N 2. O 3. V 4. O 5. P 6. O 7. L 8. O 9. T 10. S 11. K
Look through the list of words and fill in the gaps: monument, villages, native, local, landscape, countryside, settlements, population Most Belarusian people are more at home in the 1) … than in the city. Though 64 per cent of the 2) … live in towns and cities nearly half of them have moved there only recently. Their hearts and roots are still at the 3) … place where they were born. There is no other place like a countryside for those who have learned in childhood to love its monotonous 4) … with innumerable lakes, rivers, forests and fields, its small quiet 5) … and modern 6) …. I do love all that. I like the village with its winding streets, 7) … people, green carpets of meadows. I like standing on the highest hill, where there is a 8) … to those killed in action during World War II.
QUESTIONNAIRE “How do you like your native town or city?” Complete the questionnaire, and then discuss your answers with your partner:
Like it a lot Like it a little Don’t like it parks public transport nightlife restaurants air quality safety traffic the economy shopping culture architecture
Useful Phrases: + - In my opinion … I don’t think so. From my point of view … I don’t quite agree with … I consider … I can’t agree with … I think … I don’t think that … To my mind …
Useful Phrases: I’d like to live in a place where there is / there are … ………. a nice quiet river. ……… clean and green streets. ………. clean air. ………. entertainment for young people. ………. many museums, theatres and parks. ………. free public transport.
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel, read only a page.”
Listen to the interview with Todd Bridges – a successful tennis player attentively. Before you listen, read the words and questions. Words: Melbourne – Мельбурн Tennis Open – соревнования по теннису cosmopolitan – космополитический Dubai – Дубаи to imagine – представлять себе, воображать Answer the questions: Where did Todd go last year? When is summer in Melbourne? When was Todd in Dubai? Did Todd enjoy Dubai? When is Paris especially romantic?
Test your knowledge: Choose the correct variant: 1. We use … for the comparative degree of adjectives with one syllable. a) -est c) more b) -er d) the most 2. We use … for the comparative degree of adjectives with two and more syllables. a) -est c) more b) –er d) the most 3. We use … for the superlative degree of adjectives with one syllable. a) -est c) more b) -er d) the most 4. We use … for the superlative degree of adjectives with two and more syllables. a) -est c) more b) -er d) the most
Revise the rule! The Comparative Degree The Superlative Degree Adjectives with one syllable tall + er = taller big + er = bigger long + est = the longest hot + est = the hottest Adjectives with two and more syllables famous + more (less) = more (less) famous modern + the most (the least) = the most (the least) modern Adjectives ending in -y pretty + er = prettier easy + est = the easiest Irregular forms good – better – the best bad – worse – the worst old – older – the oldest old – elder – the eldest (to talk about the members of the family)
Melbourne was interesting, but for me, Paris was … than Melbourne, and in some ways Dubai was … of all because it was so different from any other place I know. It was also …, driest, and … . It was hot in Melbourne but not … in Dubai. Dubai was much …! Melbourne is much … than Dubai but not … Paris. Paris was … city I visited, but it has some great modern buildings, too. It was … place. I loved it! !!! Listen to the second part of the conversation with Todd and complete the text with missed words. Say what degree of comparison (comparative or superlative) is used in these sentences.
HOMEWORK Revise the material and be ready to answer the questions: What do you like best about living in Belarus? What would you miss if you had to live abroad? Living in Belarus. Advantages and disadvantages.
Thank you very much for your attention and your work!!!
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