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Задания для работы с текстом "Винни Пух" по детской английской литературе

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a) “What do I look like?”

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b) And Pooh Bear floated gracefully up into the sky, and stayed there – near the top of the tree and about twenty feet away from it.

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c) “Isn’t that fine?”

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d) “You look like a Bear who is holding on to a balloon,” he said.

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e) shouted the friends.

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f) “Not very much.”

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g) Well, they both went out with the blue balloon, and they took the gun with them, as they always did, and Winnie-the-Pooh went to a very muddy place and rolled and rolled until he was black all over.

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h) “Not”, said Pooh anxiously, “not like a small black cloud in a blue sky?”

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i) shouted Winnie-the-Pooh down to the boy.

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j) Then, when the balloon was blown up as big as big, Christopher Robin let the string go suddenly.

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k) “Hooray!”

Task 1

Put sentences in correct order

Right variant: 1g), 2j), 3b), 4k), 5e), 6c), 7i), 8a), 9d), 10h), 11f)


Well, they both went out with the blue balloon, and they took the gun with them, as they always did, and Winnie-the-Pooh went to a very muddy place and rolled and rolled until he was black all over.

Then, when the balloon was blown up as big as big, Christopher Robin let the string go suddenly. And Pooh Bear floated gracefully up into the sky, and stayed there – near the top of the tree and about twenty feet away from it.

Hooray!” shouted the friends.

Isn’t that fine?” shouted Winnie-the-Pooh down to the boy. “What do I look like?”

You look like a Bear who is holding on to a balloon,” he said.

Not”, said Pooh anxiously, “not like a small black cloud in a blue sky?”

Not very much.”

Task 2

Scrambled letters. Put letters in some words in correct order

But his amrs wree so sftif form hodnlig on to the stinrg of the baollon all that time and they styaed up stgairht in the air for more than a week. When a fly came and sat on his nose he had to blow it off. And tnhik – but I am not sure – that is why they aalwys call him Pooh.

Is that the end of the stroy?” asekd Cpeithrohsr Riobn.

Thta’s the end of that one. Trhee are oethrs.”

Abuot Pooh and me?”

And Pliget, and Rbabit, and all of you. Do’nt you rbeeemmr?”

I rebemmer, I thnik, only Pooh dso’ent very well. Thta’s why he lieks to hear abuot eitrvenhyg agian.”

Tht’as just how I feel,” I said.

Right text:

But his arms were so stiff from holding on to the string of the balloon all that time and they stayed up straight in the air for more than a week. When a fly came and sat on his nose he had to blow it off. And think – but I am not sure – that is why they always call him Pooh.

Is that the end of the story?” asked Christopher Robin.

That’s the end of that one. There are others.”

About Pooh and me?”

And Piglet, and Rabbit, and all of you. Don’t you remember?”

I remember, I think, only Pooh doesn’t very well. That’s why he likes to hear about everything again.”

That’s just how I feel,” I said.







Task 3

Separate the words

NowbythistimeRabbitwantedtogoforawalktooandasthefrontdoorwasfullhewentoutbythebackdoorandcameroundtoPoohandlookedathim

Halloareyoustuckheasked

NnosaidPoohcarelesslyIamjustrestingandthinkingandhummingtomyself

Heregivemeapaw

PoohBearstretchedoutapawandRabbitpulledandpulledandpulled…

OhcriedPoohYourehurting

ThefactissaidRabbityourestuck

ItallcomessaidPoohofnothavingfrontdoorsbigenough

ItallcomessaidRabbitofeatingtoomuch

Right text:

Now by this time Rabbit wanted to go for a walk too, and as the front door was full, he went out by the back door, and came round to Pooh, and looked at him.

Hallo, are you stuck?” he asked.

N-no,” said Pooh carelessly. “I am just resting and thinking and humming to myself.”

Here, give me a paw.”

Pooh Bear stretched out a paw, and Rabbit pulled and pulled and pulled…

Oh!” cried Pooh. “You’re hurting!”

The fact is,” said Rabbit, “you’re stuck.”

It all comes,” said Pooh, “of not having front doors big enough.”

It all comes,” said Rabbit, “of eating too much."







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Данные задания созданы в специальной программе по работе с текстовым материалом. Задания даны с правильными ответами. Задания даны на английском языке. Задания разработаны для текста "Винни Пух и все, все, все..." автора А.А.Милн. В первом задании учащимся предлагается расставить предложения в правильном порядке, чтобы получить связный текст. Во втором задании учащиеся должны правильно расставить буквы в некоторых словах, в которых буквы перемешаны и стоят в неправильном порядке. В третьем задании учащиеся должны отделить слова друг от друга и получить связные предложения и текст. 

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