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Task 1.Listen to the text and fill in the gaps.


-I am not deceitful. If i were i should say i loved you, but i declare i do not love you. I dislike you the worst of anyone in the world, except John Reed. And this book about the liar, you may give it to your girl, Georgiana. She's the one who tells lies and not i.

-What more have you to say?

-I'm glad you are no relation of mine. I will never call you aunt again as long as i live. I will never come to see you when I’m grown up, and if anyone asks me how i liked you and how you treated me, I’ll say the very thought of you makes me sick and that you treat me with miserable cruelty.

-How dare you affirm that, Jane Eyre?

-How dare I, Mrs. Reed? Because it is the truth. You think I have no feelings and can do without one bit of love or kindness, but i cannot live so. You have no pity. People think you are a good woman, but you are bad and hard-hearted. You are deceitful.

-Jane, you are under a mistake. Well, what is the matter with you? Why do you tremble so violently? Would you like a drink of water?

-No, mrs. Reed.

-Is there anything else you wish for, jane? I desire to be your friend.

-You do not. You told mr. Brocklehurst i had a bad character. I'll tell everybody what you are.

-Jane, you do not understand about these things. Children must be corrected for their faults!

-Deceit is not my fault!

-Oh, but you are passionate, jane. That you must allow. Oh, return to your room, jane. There's a dear, and lie down a little.

-I am not your dear. Send me to school, Mrs. Reed, for i hate to live here.

-Fred will take you to where the coach stops and wait with you. I wish I could come back mrs. Reed.

-What did you expect?

-you would not even bid her good-bye.

-No.

-That was wrong, miss jane.

-I was quite right, bessie.

-Oh, you sharp little thing. You've got a new way of talking.What makes you so venturesome?

-I shall be away from you soon...

-oh, so you're glad to leave me.You're not afraid of me, are you?

-I don't think i shall ever be afraid of you again. Because i've got used to you. And i will soon have another set of people to dread.

-If you dread them, they'll dislike you.

-As you do, bessie?

-I don't dislike you, miss. In fact i'm fonder of you than all the others. I dare say if i were to ask you for a kiss you wouldn't give it to me.

-I'll kiss you and welcome. Bend your head down.

-Off you go now.

-Good-bye, dear bessie. And good-bye, Gateshead.

-I am not _________. If i were i should say i loved you, but i declare i do not love you. I dislike you __________ of anyone in the world, except John Reed. And this book about the liar, you may give it to your girl, Georgiana. She's the one who _____ lies and not i.

-What more have you to say?

-I'm glad you are no _________ of mine. I will never call you aunt again as long as i live. I will never come to see you when I’m ________, and if anyone asks me how i liked you and how you __________ me, I’ll say the very thought of you makes me sick and that you treat me with miserable cruelty.

-How dare you _______ that, Jane Eyre?

-How dare I, Mrs. Reed? Because it is the truth. You think I have no feelings and can do without one bit of love or _________, but i cannot live so. You have no pity. People think you are a good woman, but you are bad and hard-hearted. You are _________.

-Jane, you are under a mistake. Well, what is the matter with you? Why do you tremble so violently? Would you like a drink of water?

-No, mrs. Reed.

-Is there ________ else you wish for, jane? I desire to be your friend.

-You do not. You told mr. Brocklehurst i had a bad _______. I'll tell everybody what you are.

-Jane, you do not _________ about these things. Children must be corrected for their faults!

-Deceit is not my fault!

-Oh, but you are passionate, jane. That you must ______. Oh, return to your room, jane. There's a dear, and lie down a little.

-I am not your dear. Send me to school, Mrs. Reed, for i hate to live here.

-Fred will take you to where the coach stops and _____ with you. I wish I could come back mrs. Reed.

-What did you expect?

-you would not even bid her good-bye.

-No.

-That was ______,miss jane.

-I was quite right, bessie.

-Oh, you sharp _____ thing. You've got a new way of talking.What makes you so venturesome?

-I shall be away from you soon...

-oh, so you're glad to leave me.You're not ______ of me, are you?

-I don't think i shall ever be afraid of you again. Because i've got used to you. And i will soon have another set of people to ______.

-If you dread them, they'll dislike you.

-As you do, bessie?

-I don't dislike you, miss. In fact i'm ______ of you than all the others. I dare say if i were to ask you for a kiss you wouldn't give it to me.

-I'll kiss you and welcome. ______ your head down.

-Off you go now.

-Good-bye, dear bessie. And good-bye, ________.




-I am not _________. If i were i should say i loved you, but i declare i do not love you. I dislike you __________ of anyone in the world, except John Reed. And this book about the liar, you may give it to your girl, Georgiana. She's the one who _____ lies and not i.

-What more have you to say?

-I'm glad you are no _________ of mine. I will never call you aunt again as long as i live. I will never come to see you when I’m ________, and if anyone asks me how i liked you and how you __________ me, I’ll say the very thought of you makes me sick and that you treat me with miserable cruelty.

-How dare you _______ that, Jane Eyre?

-How dare I, Mrs. Reed? Because it is the truth. You think I have no feelings and can do without one bit of love or _________, but i cannot live so. You have no pity. People think you are a good woman, but you are bad and hard-hearted. You are _________.

-Jane, you are under a mistake. Well, what is the matter with you? Why do you tremble so violently? Would you like a drink of water?

-No, mrs. Reed.

-Is there ________ else you wish for, jane? I desire to be your friend.

-You do not. You told mr. Brocklehurst i had a bad _______. I'll tell everybody what you are.

-Jane, you do not _________ about these things. Children must be corrected for their faults!

-Deceit is not my fault!

-Oh, but you are passionate, jane. That you must ______. Oh, return to your room, jane. There's a dear, and lie down a little.

-I am not your dear. Send me to school, Mrs. Reed, for i hate to live here.

-Fred will take you to where the coach stops and _____ with you. I wish I could come back mrs. Reed.

-What did you expect?

-you would not even bid her good-bye.

-No.

-That was ______,miss jane.

-I was quite right, bessie.

-Oh, you sharp _____ thing. You've got a new way of talking.What makes you so venturesome?

-I shall be away from you soon...

-oh, so you're glad to leave me.You're not ______ of me, are you?

-I don't think i shall ever be afraid of you again. Because i've got used to you. And i will soon have another set of people to ______.

-If you dread them, they'll dislike you.

-As you do, bessie?

-I don't dislike you, miss. In fact i'm ______ of you than all the others. I dare say if i were to ask you for a kiss you wouldn't give it to me.

-I'll kiss you and welcome. ______ your head down.

-Off you go now.

-Good-bye, dear bessie. And good-bye, ________.



-I am not _________. If i were i should say i loved you, but i declare i do not love you. I dislike you __________ of anyone in the world, except John Reed. And this book about the liar, you may give it to your girl, Georgiana. She's the one who _____ lies and not i.

-What more have you to say?

-I'm glad you are no _________ of mine. I will never call you aunt again as long as i live. I will never come to see you when I’m ________, and if anyone asks me how i liked you and how you __________ me, I’ll say the very thought of you makes me sick and that you treat me with miserable cruelty.

-How dare you _______ that, Jane Eyre?

-How dare I, Mrs. Reed? Because it is the truth. You think I have no feelings and can do without one bit of love or _________, but i cannot live so. You have no pity. People think you are a good woman, but you are bad and hard-hearted. You are _________.

-Jane, you are under a mistake. Well, what is the matter with you? Why do you tremble so violently? Would you like a drink of water?

-No, mrs. Reed.

-Is there ________ else you wish for, jane? I desire to be your friend.

-You do not. You told mr. Brocklehurst i had a bad _______. I'll tell everybody what you are.

-Jane, you do not _________ about these things. Children must be corrected for their faults!

-Deceit is not my fault!

-Oh, but you are passionate, jane. That you must ______. Oh, return to your room, jane. There's a dear, and lie down a little.

-I am not your dear. Send me to school, Mrs. Reed, for i hate to live here.

-Fred will take you to where the coach stops and _____ with you. I wish I could come back mrs. Reed.

-What did you expect?

-you would not even bid her good-bye.

-No.

-That was ______,miss jane.

-I was quite right, bessie.

-Oh, you sharp _____ thing. You've got a new way of talking.What makes you so venturesome?

-I shall be away from you soon...

-oh, so you're glad to leave me.You're not ______ of me, are you?

-I don't think i shall ever be afraid of you again. Because i've got used to you. And i will soon have another set of people to ______.

-If you dread them, they'll dislike you.

-As you do, bessie?

-I don't dislike you, miss. In fact i'm ______ of you than all the others. I dare say if i were to ask you for a kiss you wouldn't give it to me.

-I'll kiss you and welcome. ______ your head down.

-Off you go now.

-Good-bye, dear bessie. And good-bye, ________.



-I am not _________. If i were i should say i loved you, but i declare i do not love you. I dislike you __________ of anyone in the world, except John Reed. And this book about the liar, you may give it to your girl, Georgiana. She's the one who _____ lies and not i.

-What more have you to say?

-I'm glad you are no _________ of mine. I will never call you aunt again as long as i live. I will never come to see you when I’m ________, and if anyone asks me how i liked you and how you __________ me, I’ll say the very thought of you makes me sick and that you treat me with miserable cruelty.

-How dare you _______ that, Jane Eyre?

-How dare I, Mrs. Reed? Because it is the truth. You think I have no feelings and can do without one bit of love or _________, but i cannot live so. You have no pity. People think you are a good woman, but you are bad and hard-hearted. You are _________.

-Jane, you are under a mistake. Well, what is the matter with you? Why do you tremble so violently? Would you like a drink of water?

-No, mrs. Reed.

-Is there ________ else you wish for, jane? I desire to be your friend.

-You do not. You told mr. Brocklehurst i had a bad _______. I'll tell everybody what you are.

-Jane, you do not _________ about these things. Children must be corrected for their faults!

-Deceit is not my fault!

-Oh, but you are passionate, jane. That you must ______. Oh, return to your room, jane. There's a dear, and lie down a little.

-I am not your dear. Send me to school, Mrs. Reed, for i hate to live here.

-Fred will take you to where the coach stops and _____ with you. I wish I could come back mrs. Reed.

-What did you expect?

-you would not even bid her good-bye.

-No.

-That was ______,miss jane.

-I was quite right, bessie.

-Oh, you sharp _____ thing. You've got a new way of talking.What makes you so venturesome?

-I shall be away from you soon...

-oh, so you're glad to leave me.You're not ______ of me, are you?

-I don't think i shall ever be afraid of you again. Because i've got used to you. And i will soon have another set of people to ______.

-If you dread them, they'll dislike you.

-As you do, bessie?

-I don't dislike you, miss. In fact i'm ______ of you than all the others. I dare say if i were to ask you for a kiss you wouldn't give it to me.

-I'll kiss you and welcome. ______ your head down.

-Off you go now.

-Good-bye, dear bessie. And good-bye, ________.



-I am not _________. If i were i should say i loved you, but i declare i do not love you. I dislike you __________ of anyone in the world, except John Reed. And this book about the liar, you may give it to your girl, Georgiana. She's the one who _____ lies and not i.

-What more have you to say?

-I'm glad you are no _________ of mine. I will never call you aunt again as long as i live. I will never come to see you when I’m ________, and if anyone asks me how i liked you and how you __________ me, I’ll say the very thought of you makes me sick and that you treat me with miserable cruelty.

-How dare you _______ that, Jane Eyre?

-How dare I, Mrs. Reed? Because it is the truth. You think I have no feelings and can do without one bit of love or _________, but i cannot live so. You have no pity. People think you are a good woman, but you are bad and hard-hearted. You are _________.

-Jane, you are under a mistake. Well, what is the matter with you? Why do you tremble so violently? Would you like a drink of water?

-No, mrs. Reed.

-Is there ________ else you wish for, jane? I desire to be your friend.

-You do not. You told mr. Brocklehurst i had a bad _______. I'll tell everybody what you are.

-Jane, you do not _________ about these things. Children must be corrected for their faults!

-Deceit is not my fault!

-Oh, but you are passionate, jane. That you must ______. Oh, return to your room, jane. There's a dear, and lie down a little.

-I am not your dear. Send me to school, Mrs. Reed, for i hate to live here.

-Fred will take you to where the coach stops and _____ with you. I wish I could come back mrs. Reed.

-What did you expect?

-you would not even bid her good-bye.

-No.

-That was ______,miss jane.

-I was quite right, bessie.

-Oh, you sharp _____ thing. You've got a new way of talking.What makes you so venturesome?

-I shall be away from you soon...

-oh, so you're glad to leave me.You're not ______ of me, are you?

-I don't think i shall ever be afraid of you again. Because i've got used to you. And i will soon have another set of people to ______.

-If you dread them, they'll dislike you.

-As you do, bessie?

-I don't dislike you, miss. In fact i'm ______ of you than all the others. I dare say if i were to ask you for a kiss you wouldn't give it to me.

-I'll kiss you and welcome. ______ your head down.

-Off you go now.

-Good-bye, dear bessie. And good-bye, ________.



deceitful

Deceit

the worst

tells

relation

grown up treated

miserable

affirm

kindness

allow

wrong

dread

fonder

Bend

gateshead

declare

except

cruelty

dare

pity

hard-hearted

tremble

violently

faults

passionate

coach

bid

sharp

venturesome


лживый

обман

худший

говорит

родственник

взрослый лечить

несчастный

утверждать,

доброта

позволять

неправильно

страх

ласковее

изгиб

Гейтсхед

объявлять

Кроме

жестокость

смею

жалость

жестокий

дрожать

жестоко

недостатки

страстный

наставник

заявка

резкое

азартный





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Task 2. Listen to the text and give equivalents in Russian these words and expressions

very young

alone

hungry

the first time

was a baby

will be a good child

to live by the bell.

step aside.

Be up at once

prayers.

thankful

-it's disgusting.

-It's like rotten potatoes.

-This is abominable.

You will be punished

it is on my responsibility.

Obey your teachers

Очень молод

  в одиночестве

голодный

  первый раз

  был ребенком

будет хорошим ребенком

жить колокола.

шаг в сторону.

Будьте в сразу

  молитвы.

благодарный

-это отвратительно.

-Это Как гнилой картошки.

-Это Отвратительно.

Вы будете наказаны

  это на моем ответственности.

  Подчиняйтесь ваши учителя








Task 2. Listen to the text and give equivalents in Russian these words and expressions
very young ___________________________________ alone_____________________________________

hungry____________________________________

the first time _____________________________

was a baby___________________________________

will be a good child__________________________

to live by the bell.______________________________

step aside.____________________________________

Be up at once___________________________________ prayers.____________________________

thankful___________________________

it's disgusting. ________________________________

It's like rotten potatoes.______________________________

This is abominable.______________________________________

You will be punished_________________________________________

it is on my responsibility.__________________________________

Obey your teachers__________________________________________




Task 2. Listen to the text and give equivalents in Russian these words and expressions
very young ___________________________________ alone_____________________________________

hungry____________________________________

the first time _____________________________

was a baby___________________________________

will be a good child__________________________

to live by the bell.______________________________

step aside.____________________________________

Be up at once___________________________________ prayers.____________________________

thankful___________________________

it's disgusting. ________________________________

It's like rotten potatoes.______________________________

This is abominable.______________________________________

You will be punished_________________________________________

it is on my responsibility.__________________________________

Obey your teachers__________________________________________














Task 2. Listen to the text and give equivalents in Russian these words and expressions
very young ___________________________________ alone_____________________________________

hungry____________________________________

the first time _____________________________

was a baby___________________________________

will be a good child__________________________

to live by the bell.______________________________

step aside.____________________________________

Be up at once___________________________________ prayers.____________________________

thankful___________________________

it's disgusting. ________________________________

It's like rotten potatoes.______________________________

This is abominable.______________________________________

You will be punished_________________________________________

it is on my responsibility.__________________________________

Obey your teachers__________________________________________





Task 2. Listen to the text and give equivalents in Russian these words and expressions
very young ___________________________________ alone_____________________________________

hungry____________________________________

the first time _____________________________

was a baby___________________________________

will be a good child__________________________

to live by the bell.______________________________

step aside.____________________________________

Be up at once___________________________________ prayers.____________________________

thankful___________________________

it's disgusting. ________________________________

It's like rotten potatoes.______________________________

This is abominable.______________________________________

You will be punished_________________________________________

it is on my responsibility.__________________________________

Obey your teachers__________________________________________










Task 2. Listen to the text and give equivalents in Russian these words and expressions
very young ___________________________________ alone_____________________________________

hungry____________________________________

the first time _____________________________

was a baby___________________________________

will be a good child__________________________

to live by the bell.______________________________

step aside.____________________________________

Be up at once___________________________________ prayers.____________________________

thankful___________________________

it's disgusting. ________________________________

It's like rotten potatoes.______________________________

This is abominable.______________________________________

You will be punished_________________________________________

it is on my responsibility.__________________________________

Obey your teachers__________________________________

-This way, girl. Make haste, make haste. You just wait here, my lass.

-This child is very young to be sent alone. She had better be put to bed at once. She looks tired.

-Are you tired?

-A little, ma'am.

-And hungry, too, no doubt. Miss miller, let her have some supper before she goes to bed.

-Very well, miss temple.

-Now, jane eyre, is this the first time you have left your parents to come to school?

-I have no parents, ma'am.

-How long have they been dead?

-Sine i was a baby, ma'am.

-Can you read and write?

-Yes, ma'am.

-And sew?

-A little, ma'am.

-I hope you will be a good child. Go with miss miller now.

-Yes, ma'am.

-That is the bedtime bell. We have no time for idleness here. You will learn to live by the bell.

-Yes, miss.

-Step aside,step aside.

-Jane eyre. Jane eyre. The bell, miss eyre. Do you not hear a bell? Be up at once. You have 5 minutes to wash before prayers.

-You 3 are late. Report to me after morning classes.

-Silence. All rise. For what we are about to receive, may the lord make us truly thankful. May the lord make us truly thankful.Sit.

-Eeuuww. Eeuuww.

-Girl girl

-it's disgusting.

-Sit down at once, girl.

-Silence, girls.

-It's like rotten potatoes.

-Pigs get better than us.

-This is abominable.

-I'd like to make mr. Brocklehurst eat the whole lot.

-Girls! You will be punished if you are disrespectful to our benefactor.

-To your classes!

-Miss miller, i have a word to address to the pupils. Be seated everyone. You had this morning a breakfast which you could not eat. You must be hungry. I have ordered that bread and cheese shall be served to all. Silence!

-But miss temple... it is on my responsibility.

-Ooh!

-Cheese.

-Oh, cheese.

-Be quiet, will you? Sit still, burns. Obey your teachers, girls. Eat your breakfast.










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Task 4. Listen to the text and give the English equivalents of the following words

I отказываюсь to believe a word you говоришь. And i настаиваю on you holding your head up. I will not have you standi in that attitude. His first favorite was the dashing george villiers, duke of buckingham, who was убит in 1628. Charles then fell under the influence of his wife who was a catholic. We all know how evil popery is. That turned the people even more against charles. Many of them were known как пуритане. Burns, why were they called puritans?

-Because they хотели to purify the church by dropping out many catholic practices.

-You are glib enough, but you still defy me by letting your head droop! But you still defy me by letting your head droop. Протяни your hand. You dirty, неприятная girl. You did not clean your ногти this morning.

I refuse to believe a word you say. And i insist on you holding your head up. I will not have you standi in that attitude. His first favorite was the dashing george villiers, duke of buckingham, who was assassinated in 1628. Charles then fell under the influence of his wife who was a catholic. We all know how evil popery is. That turned the people even more against charles. Many of them were known as puritans. Burns, why were they called puritans?

-Because they wished to purify the church by dropping out many catholic practices.

-You are glib enough, but you still defy me by letting your head droop! But you still defy me by letting your head droop! Hold out your hand. You dirty, disagreeable girl. You did not clean your nails this morning.









Task 4. Listen to the text and give the English equivalents of the following words

I отказываюсь to believe a word you говоришь. And i настаиваю on you holding your head up. I will not have you standi in that attitude. His first favorite was the dashing george villiers, duke of buckingham, who was убит in 1628. Charles then fell under the influence of his wife who was a catholic. We all know how evil popery is. That turned the people even more against charles. Many of them were known как пуритане. Burns, why were they called puritans?

-Because they хотели to purify the church by dropping out many catholic practices.

-You are glib enough, but you still defy me by letting your head droop! But you still defy me by letting your head droop. Протяни your hand. You dirty, неприятная girl. You did not clean your ногти this morning.



Task 4. Listen to the text and give the English equivalents of the following words

I отказываюсь to believe a word you говоришь. And i настаиваю on you holding your head up. I will not have you standi in that attitude. His first favorite was the dashing george villiers, duke of buckingham, who was убит in 1628. Charles then fell under the influence of his wife who was a catholic. We all know how evil popery is. That turned the people even more against charles. Many of them were known как пуритане. Burns, why were they called puritans?

-Because they хотели to purify the church by dropping out many catholic practices.

-You are glib enough, but you still defy me by letting your head droop! But you still defy me by letting your head droop. Протяни your hand. You dirty, неприятная girl. You did not clean your ногти this morning.











Task 4. Listen to the text and give the English equivalents of the following words

I отказываюсь to believe a word you говоришь. And i настаиваю on you holding your head up. I will not have you standi in that attitude. His first favorite was the dashing george villiers, duke of buckingham, who was убит in 1628. Charles then fell under the influence of his wife who was a catholic. We all know how evil popery is. That turned the people even more against charles. Many of them were known как пуритане. Burns, why were they called puritans?

-Because they хотели to purify the church by dropping out many catholic practices.

-You are glib enough, but you still defy me by letting your head droop! But you still defy me by letting your head droop. Протяни your hand. You dirty, неприятная girl. You did not clean your ногти this morning.





Task 4. Listen to the text and give the English equivalents of the following words

I отказываюсь to believe a word you говоришь. And i настаиваю on you holding your head up. I will not have you standi in that attitude. His first favorite was the dashing george villiers, duke of buckingham, who was убит in 1628. Charles then fell under the influence of his wife who was a catholic. We all know how evil popery is. That turned the people even more against charles. Many of them were known как пуритане. Burns, why were they called puritans?

-Because they хотели to purify the church by dropping out many catholic practices.

-You are glib enough, but you still defy me by letting your head droop! But you still defy me by letting your head droop. Протяни your hand. You dirty, неприятная girl. You did not clean your ногти this morning.











Task 4. Listen to the text and give the English equivalents of the following words

I отказываюсь to believe a word you говоришь. And i настаиваю on you holding your head up. I will not have you standi in that attitude. His first favorite was the dashing george villiers, duke of buckingham, who was убит in 1628. Charles then fell under the influence of his wife who was a catholic. We all know how evil popery is. That turned the people even more against charles. Many of them were known как пуритане. Burns, why were they called puritans?

-Because they хотели to purify the church by dropping out many catholic practices.

-You are glib enough, but you still defy me by letting your head droop! But you still defy me by letting your head droop. Протяни your hand. You dirty, неприятная girl. You did not clean your ногти this morning.



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Task 3. Прослушать и рассказать о чем речь в диалоге

-To the garden.

-Is your book interesting?

-I like it.

-What's it about?

-There are no pictures.I like wild, mysterious stories with pictures. Do you want me to go away? I did want someone to talk to. Why do they call this from other schools?

-Different it's partly a charity school.

-You and i are charity children.

-Have you been here long?

-2 years.

-Are you an orphan?

-My mother is dead.My father married again.

-You ask rather too many questions.

-I want to read.



Task 5. listen to the text and complete the sentence

-I should get it from her hand and break it under her nose.

-Probably, you would do nothing of the sort. If you did, mr. Brocklehurst would expel you. It is far better to endure patiently. The bible bids us return good for evil.

-If people were always kind and obedient to those who are cruel and unjust, the wicked woul all their own way. They would never feel afraid, but grow worse and worse. When we are struck at without reason, we should strike back very hard. I'm sure i should... so hard as to teach the person never to do it again.

-Christ says "love your enemies."

-Then i should love mrs. Reed and her son john, which i can never do.

-Who are they? Oh, dear. It's evening study.

-I'll tell you on the way down.







Task 5. listen to the text and complete the sentence

-I should get it from her hand and ___________________

-Probably, you would do nothing of the sort. If you did, mr. Brocklehurst would expel you. It is far better to ___________________. The bible bids us return good for evil.

-If people were always kind and obedient to those who are cruel and unjust, the wicked woul ___________________. They would never feel afraid, but grow worse and worse. When we are struck at without reason, we should ____________________. I'm sure i should... so hard as to teach the person never to do it again.

-Christ says __________________

-Then i should love mrs. Reed and her son john, ____________________

-Who are they? Oh, dear. It's evening study.

-I'll tell you on the way down.


Task 5. listen to the text and complete the sentence

-I should get it from her hand and ___________________

-Probably, you would do nothing of the sort. If you did, mr. Brocklehurst would expel you. It is far better to ___________________. The bible bids us return good for evil.

-If people were always kind and obedient to those who are cruel and unjust, the wicked woul ___________________. They would never feel afraid, but grow worse and worse. When we are struck at without reason, we should ____________________. I'm sure i should... so hard as to teach the person never to do it again.

-Christ says __________________

-Then i should love mrs. Reed and her son john, ____________________

-Who are they? Oh, dear. It's evening study.

-I'll tell you on the way down.







Task 5. listen to the text and complete the sentence

-I should get it from her hand and ___________________

-Probably, you would do nothing of the sort. If you did, mr. Brocklehurst would expel you. It is far better to ___________________. The bible bids us return good for evil.

-If people were always kind and obedient to those who are cruel and unjust, the wicked woul ___________________. They would never feel afraid, but grow worse and worse. When we are struck at without reason, we should ____________________. I'm sure i should... so hard as to teach the person never to do it again.

-Christ says __________________

-Then i should love mrs. Reed and her son john, ____________________

-Who are they? Oh, dear. It's evening study.

-I'll tell you on the way down.





Task 5. listen to the text and complete the sentence

-I should get it from her hand and ___________________

-Probably, you would do nothing of the sort. If you did, mr. Brocklehurst would expel you. It is far better to ___________________. The bible bids us return good for evil.

-If people were always kind and obedient to those who are cruel and unjust, the wicked woul ___________________. They would never feel afraid, but grow worse and worse. When we are struck at without reason, we should ____________________. I'm sure i should... so hard as to teach the person never to do it again.

-Christ says __________________

-Then i should love mrs. Reed and her son john, ____________________

-Who are they? Oh, dear. It's evening study.

-I'll tell you on the way down.







Task 5. listen to the text and complete the sentence

-I should get it from her hand and ___________________

-Probably, you would do nothing of the sort. If you did, mr. Brocklehurst would expel you. It is far better to ___________________. The bible bids us return good for evil.

-If people were always kind and obedient to those who are cruel and unjust, the wicked woul ___________________. They would never feel afraid, but grow worse and worse. When we are struck at without reason, we should ____________________. I'm sure i should... so hard as to teach the person never to do it again.

-Christ says __________________

-Then i should love mrs. Reed and her son john, ____________________

-Who are they? Oh, dear. It's evening study.

-I'll tell you on the way down.



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