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GLAD TO MEET YOU Unit 1 1A Meeting people. Read the dialogues and guess who is speaking and where they are. Good afternoon Miss Bright Good afternoon Mr. Johnson Hows life No complaints. Thank you. How are things with you Nothing to boast of. I have loads of work again. Sorry to hear that Hi Mike Hey Jack Nice tracksuit Oh thank you. I jog in it every morning. H...



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Unit 1

1A         Meeting people

S t a r t e r   A c t i v i t i e s

1. Read the dialogues and guess who is speaking and where they are.

- Good afternoon, Miss Bright!

- Good afternoon, Mr. Johnson!

- How's life?

- No complaints. Thank you. How are things with you?

- Nothing to boast of. I have loads of work again.

- Sorry to hear that!

- Hi, Mike!

- Hey, Jack! Nice tracksuit!

- Oh, thank you. I jog in it every morning. How are you?

- I am fine, thanks. And you?

- Very much the same. Thank you.

- Good morning, Mrs. Tompson! Excuse my being late.

- Good morning, Peter. What was the problem?

- I was delayed by the traffic. May I come in?

- Yes, of course.

  •  Let me introduce myself to you. I am George Wiler.
  •  How do you do, Mr. Wiler. My name’s Ken Johnson.
  •  How do you do, Mr. Johnson. I’m a teacher of chemistry. What’s your trade?
  •  I am an agronomist from California.
  •  Pleased to know you, Mr. Johnson.
  •  Glad to get acquainted with you, Mr. Wiler.

2. Listen to these dialogues and repeat them. Pay special attention to the intonation and sentence stress.  Act out the dialogues.

3. Make up your own dialogues using patterns from the dialogues.

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G r a m m a r    s t u d y


Личные и притяжательные местоимения

(Personal & Possessive Pronouns)

Именительный падеж


Объектный падеж










































Примечание: после местоимения you глагол-сказуемое всегда стоит во множественном числе: You are a student. Ты студент. 

Абсолютная форма притяжательных местоимений употребляется в тех случаях, когда за местоимением не стоит существительное.

This pen is hers. It is not mine. Эта ручка – её. Она не моя.

Указательные местоимения

(Demonstrative pronouns)

Единственное число

Множественное число

thisɪs] этот, эта, это

these [ðiːz] эти

that [ðæt] тот, та, то

those [ðəuz] те

Структура простого предложения









(Yesterday) my friend and I saw an elephant in the zoo (yesterday).




Родительный падеж

кого? чего?

Дательный падеж

кому? чему? куда?

Творительный падеж

кем? чем?

A student of our group

A page of the book

Come to me!

Go to Moscow!

The work is done by me(him)

He went home by bus (train)

Forms of the Verb «to be» = быть, являться, находиться, существовать; это; (не переводится).




          I                         am                                           shall


    he, she, it              is                      (был)            will


        we                                                                    shall

        you                    are                     were               will

       they                                              (были)

Примечание: в вопросе глаголы to be и will встают перед подлежащим Is he a doctor?  Were you happy?  Will she be a teacher?


this is

these are

that is

those are

there is

there are

it is

they are



Множественное число существительных, кроме тех, основа которых оканчивается на -ch, -s, -sh, -х, -о, образуется путем прибавления к основе окончания -s:

а bоу  boys; а book books; а girl girls 

Множественное число существительных, основа которых оканчивается на -ch, -s, -sh, -х, -о образуется путем прибавления окончания s:

а bench benches           

а bох  boxes

а bus  buses 

а potato potatoes

а glass   glasses

Существительные, оканчивающиеся на -у (после согласной) во множественном числе имеют окончание -ies:

а bаbу  babies                                     а lady ladies 

Существительные, оканчивающиеся на -у (после гласной) во множественном числе имеют окончание -s:

а bоу boys                                          а toy toys

Если слово оканчивается на -f/-fе, то во множественном числе f меняется на v и добавляется -еs 

а life lives                                         а shelf shelves

а knife knives 

(исключения: roof – roofs, chief – chiefs, proof – proofs, handkerchief – handkerchiefs).

Ряд существительных образует множественное число не по общим правилам:

а) изменяется корневая гласная:

a man — men             

a goose — geese

a woman — women    

a tooth — teeth

a foot — feet                

a mouse — mice

б) добавляется окончание -en:

a child — children                                 an ox — oxen

в) заимствуются формы единственного и множественного числа из латинского и греческого языков:

а formula formulae (formulas)

ап index indices

а crisis crises

а bacterium bacteria  

а criterion criteria

В английском языке есть существительные, которые имеют одну (общую) форму для единственного и множественного числа:

a sheep — sheep

a fish — fish

a deer — deer

a swine — swine

Некоторые существительные могут употребляться в форме только единственного либо множественного числа. Только в единственном числе употребляются слова: money деньги, sugar сахар, hair волосы, business дело, information информация, сведения, progress прогресс, успехи news новость, новости, peace мир, love любовь, knowledge знание, знания, advice советы, furniture мебель, luggage багаж, fruit(s) фрукты

Только во множественном числе употребляются слова:

clothes одежда, goods товары, riches богатства, thanks благодарность,manners манеры

Существительные в форме множественного числа используются для обозначения предметов, состоящих из двух частей. Например: trousers брюки, pajamas пижама, glasses очки, binoculars бинокль, scissors ножницы, jeans джинсы, tights колготки, shorts шорты



(Possessive Case)


The child’s toys – the children’s toys

The boy’s books – the boys’ books

G r a m m a r    p r a c t i c e

4. Make these sentences plural.

1. This man is an engineer. 2. That woman is my sister. 3. This child is my son. 4. That goose is big. 5. This mouse is white. 6. This man  is a doctor.

7. That woman is my cousin. She is a teacher. 8. That girl is my niece. She is a pupil. 9. Is this a man? 10. Is that a ball? 11. Is that a train? 12. Is that a plane? 13. Is the window open? 14. Is the door closed? 15. Is the boy near the window? 16. That is not a king. 17. That is not a queen. 18. That is not a bus. 19. This isn't a mountain. 20. That isn’t a goose. 21. This isn’t a mouse. 22. It is a sheep. 23. It is a cat. 24. It is not a girl. 25. It isn't a bag. 26. It isn't a tree. 27. It is not a bad egg. 28. It is a good egg. 29. Is that a flower?

5. Make these sentences plural paying attention to the changes of demonstrative pronouns & forms of the verb to be.

1. I'll give you my book. This story is very interesting. 3. A woman, a man, a boy and a girl are in the room. 4. Put this knife on that table. 5. What is your name? 6. He keeps his toy in a box. 7. A new house is in our street. 8. He has a new suit. 9. The plate was on the table. 10. This town is very large. 11. Is that girl your sister? 12. Is this a good student? 13. Is this a good match? 14. The student put his book on the desk. 15. That house is new.

6. Make the sentences plural according to the pattern:

There is a man on a bicycle. — There are men on bicycles.

  1.  Is there a mouse under the bed?
  2.  A high mountain is very cold at the top.
  3.  There is a large window in the classroom.
  4.  There is only one holiday this month.
  5.  My foot is tired.
  6.  There is a party this weekend.

7. Translate into English.

1. Та книга не моя. 2. Эта книга моя. 3. Это моя книга, а то её. 4. Эти ее карандаши,  а те наши. 5. Возьмите те карандаши. Они новые.

6. Ваша  ручка  плохая,  возьмите  мою. 7. Эти  книги  мои,  а  те    их.

8. Мои  книги  интересные.  9. Это  его  сестра.  10.  Они  мои  братья.

11. Это её стол. 12. Эта книга не моя, она твоя.

8. Choose the correct form of pronouns.

1. Is this (your/yours) book?

2. It’s (their/theirs) door, not (our/ours).

3. They are new students, I don’t know (their/theirs) names.

4. (My/Mine) flat is bigger than (her/hers), but (her/hers) is nicer.

5. That’s not (my/mine) book. (My/Mine) is new.

6. They took (our/ours) books and we took (their/theirs).

7. Are these pencils (her/hers)?

9. Paraphrase these word combinations and sentences using Possessive Case.

1. The room of my friend. 2. The questions of my son. 3. The wife of my brother. 4. The table of our teacher. 5. The voice of this girl. 6. The new club of the workers. 7. The letter of Pete. 8. The car of my parents. 9. The life of this woman. 10. The handbags of these women. 11. The flat of my sister is large. 12. The children of my brother are at home. 13. The room of the boys is large. 14. The name of this girl is Jane. 15. The work of these students is interesting.

10. Translate into English using Possessive Case.

1. Он показал мне письмо своей сестры. 2. Она взяла коньки своего брата. 3. Дайте мне тетради ваших учеников. 4. Принесите вещи детей 5. Вчера дети нашли птичье гнездо. 6. Это семья моего друга. Отец моего друга инженер. Мать моего друга преподаватель. 7. Чья это сумка? Это сумка Тома. 8. Чьи это словари?  Это словари студентов.

11. Put the correct form of the verb to be in Present Simple.

1. I ... a pupil. 2. My father ... not a teacher, he ... a scientist. 3. ... your aunt a doctor?  Yes, she ... . 4. ... they at home?  No, they ... not at home, they ... at work. 5. My brother ... a worker. He ... at work. 6. ... you an engineer?  Yes, I.... 7. ... your sister a typist? No, she ... not a typist, she ... a student. 8. ... your brother at school?  Yes, he ... . 9. ... your sister at school?  No, she ... not at school. 10. My sister ... at home. 11. ... this your watch?  Yes, it ... . 12. She ... an actress. 13. This ... my bag. 14. My uncle ... an office-worker. 15. He ... at work. 16. Helen ... a painter. She has some fine pictures. They ... on the walls. She has much paper. It ... on the shelf.

12. Translate into English using the correct form of the verb to be in Present Simple.

1. Я студент. Я в университете. 2. Мой брат художник. Он не инженер. 3. Моя сестра на работе. Она врач. 4. Он студент. 5. Вы студент? Нет, я врач. 6. Моя сестра дома. 7. Мы не в университете. Мы дома. 8. Мой брат ученик. Он в школе. 9. Ваша мама дома? - Нет, она на работе. 10. Ваш двоюродный брат дома? Нет, он в школе. Он ученик. 11.  Ваша сестра учительница? Нет, она студентка.

13. Put the correct form of the verb to be in Present, Past or Future Simple.

1. My father ... a teacher. 2. He ... a pupil twenty years ago. 3. I ... a doctor when I grow up. 4. My sister ... not ... at home tomorrow. 5. She ... at school tomorrow. 6. ... you ... at home tomorrow? 7. ... your father at work yesterday? 8. My sister ... ill last week. 9. She ... not ill now. 10. Yesterday we ... at the theatre. 11. Where ... your mother now? She ... in the kitchen. 12. Where ... you yesterday? I ... at the cinema. 13. ... your little sister in bed now? Yes, she ... . 14. ... you ... at school tomorrow? Yes I ... . 15. When my granny ... young, she ... an actress. 17. My friend  ... in Moscow now. 18. He ... in St. Petersburg tomorrow. 19. Where ... your books now?  

14. Translate into English using the correct form of the verb to be in Present, Past or Future Simple.

1. Мой брат сейчас в школе. 2. Мой брат был вчера в кино. 3. Мой брат будет завтра дома. 4. Ты будешь дома завтра? 5. Она была вчера в парке? 6. Он сейчас во дворе? 7. Где папа? 8. Где вы были вчера? 9. Где он будет завтра? 10. Мои книги были на столе. Где они сейчас? 11. Моя мама вчера не была на работе. Она была дома. 12. Мой друг не в парке. Он в школе. 13. Завтра в три часа Коля и Миша будут во дворе.

15. Use the correct form of the verb to be

  1.  Mathematics ... very difficult.
  2.  Our football team ... winners.
  3.  There ... many birds in the tree.
  4.  The dishes ... on the table.
  5.  My teeth ... white.
  6.  How many students ... there in your group?
  7.  ... my shirts washed yet?

8.  Not many cities ... as big as Moscow

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L i s t e n i n g

16. Listen to a dialogue and answer the questions.

a. What time of the day is it?

b. What kind of relationship do the speakers obviously have?

c. What was the reason to stop the conversation?

17. Listen again and fill in the gaps in the sentences taken from the dialogue.

How …… life?

How ……. you getting on?

And how ……. your wife?

I ……. glad to meet you!

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L a n g u a g e   F o c u s

18. Study the following speech patterns. Read the translations and guess the meaning of the rest.

Let me introduce myself to you.

Разрешите представиться.

Let me introduce you to my father.

Let me do it for you.

Let me help you.

What is your trade?

Чем Вы занимаетесь?

What is your profession?

What is your occupation?

What are you?

Are you acquainted with Miss Flop?

Вы знакомы с мисс Флоп?

Is Miss Clark acquainted with Richard?

Do you want to get acquainted with Mr. Fox?

Are we acquainted?

I am sorry to here that.

Мне жаль это слышать.

I am glad to know you.

I am ready to help them.

I am happy to meet you.

There is nothing to boast of.

Хвастаться нечем.

There is nothing to complain of.

There is nothing to look at.

There is nothing to argue about.

S p e a k i n g

19. Read the following dialogues and spot speech patterns from ex. 13 in them. Act out the dialogues.

  •  Good morning, Mr. Flake. Let me introduce Benjamin Lark to you.
  •  How do you do, Mr. Flake! I am glad to meet you.
  •  How do you do, Mr. Lark! Pleased to know you. What is your occupation?
  •  I am a biochemist. What are you?
  •  Me too. I am pleased to know you.
  •  The pleasure is mine!


  •  Alice, Are you acquainted with William Porter?
  •  I don’t think so.
  •  I want to introduce him to you. He’s very clever, well-educated and has good manners. … William, this is my sister Alice. Alice, meet William Porter.
  •  Hi, Alice!
  •  Hi, William! How are you?
  •  There is nothing to complain of. Thanks. How are you?
  •  Fine, thank you.
  •  What is your trade, Alice?
  •  I am a student. I study at London University. What about you?
  •  I am an economist.

20. Translate the dialogues into English.

  •  Добрый день, господин Брук.
  •  Добрый день, господин Файн.
  •  Как поживаете?
  •  Спасибо, хорошо. А как вы?
  •  Не жалуюсь. Спасибо.
  •  Рад это слышать.

  •  Разрешите Вас познакомить с моим братом. Стив, это Алан Портер, мой коллега. Алан, это Стив Морган, мой старший брат.
  •  Здравствуйте, мистер Морган.
  •  Здравствуйте, Стив. Как поживаете?
  •  Неплохо. Спасибо. Как Вы?
  •  Отлично, спасибо.

  •  Разрешите представиться. Меня зовут Майк Фокс. Я физик.
  •  Здравствуйте, мистер Фокс. Рад с вами познакомиться. Меня зовут Роберт Смит.
  •  Здравствуйте, мистер Смит. Приятно с Вами познакомиться. Чем Вы занимаетесь?
  •  Я геохимик.

21. This is your first year at university and there are a lot of new people around you. Would you like to get acquainted with them? Make up a conversation to meet a new person. Use the following words while speaking.

  •  Hi! / Good morning!
  •  Привет! / Доброе утро!
  •  I see.
  •  Понятно.
  •  I say, …..
  •  Послушай, …
  •  By the way, …
  •  Кстати, ….
  •  Really?
  •  Правда?
  •  That’s great!
  •  Здорово!
  •  Well,…
  •  Ну, …
  •  I hope to see you soon.
  •  Надеюсь, скоро увидимся.
  •  So long.
  •  Пока.
  •  Good bye.
  •  До свидания.
  •  See you.
  •  Увидимся.

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C o u n t r y    S t u d y


Mr., Mrs., Ms, Miss.... What am I?

"Mr." is for a man. It used to be for an adult male and "Master" was used for children, but it isn't used much any more.

"Mrs." is an abbreviation for Misses and is used to denote a married woman.

“Miss” is not an abbreviation and, therefore, should never have a period after it. It is used to denote an unmarried woman.

"Ms" is also not an abbreviation and is used to denote a woman, married or unmarried. During the Women's Liberation movement of the early 1970s, it was thought that it was biased to give a title representing a woman's marital status whereas men have a title that does not reveal this information.

All these titles are used with the last name or with the full name (usually in formal written speech), but never with the first name of a person.

Other forms of address include:

Sir / Madam

[sɜː] / ['mædəm]

are used to politely address a person whose name you don’t know


is used to address a policeman


is used to address a doctor

Professor (with or without a surname)

to address a university lecturer

Dr. Brown

to address a scientist who has a PhD

Sometimes instead of addressing a person by name, the British prefer to say “Excuse me (please)?” (Извините). This phrase is also used to attract attention of a stranger.

Also to attract someone’s attention it is possible to say:

Pardon me….


I say ….


Look here…


To reply to any address you can simply say “Yes?” (Да? Я слушаю)

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1B         Personal details, please!

V o c a b u l a r y

Describing appearance


Positive: beautiful is generally used to describe women; handsome is used to describe men; good-looking is used for  both; pretty is another positive word to describe a woman or a girl.

Negative: ugly is the most negative word to describe someone; plain is more polite.

Height and build


Speaking about the colour, we can say that the hair is blonde, light or dark brown, red, auburn, black and grey/white.

Adding some special features we can say if a person wears a beard or a moustache, has got a scar, a tattoo or a birthmark.

22. Complete these sentences in a suitable way. More than one answer may be possible.

  1.  She’s got blonde ……………………………………….. .
  2.  I would say he was medium …………………………… .
  3.  He’s got very muscular ………………………………. .
  4.  Both men were very good-……………………………. .
  5.  She’s not tall, she’s …………………………………… .
  6.  I can’t say he’s good-looking, he is …………………….. .
  7.  She eats too many cakes, that’s why she is ……………. .

23. Replace the underlined words in each sentence with a more suitable or polite word.

  1.  He told me he met a handsome girl yesterday.
  2.  She’s beautiful, but her younger sister is quite ugly.
  3.  I think Peter is getting a bit fat, don’t you?
  4.  I think she’s hoping to meet a few beautiful men at the tennis club.

 24. Now answer these questions.

  1.  How would you describe your build?
  2.  How tall are you?
  3.  What kind of hair have you got?
  4.  What colour is your hair?
  5.  Can you think of a famous woman you would describe as beautiful?
  6.  Can you think of a famous man you would describe as handsome?

25. Discuss

English proverb says “Appearances can be deceiving” and Gaelic proverb adds “Do not judge by appearances; a rich heart may be under a poor coat”. Do you agree? Why/Why not?

26. Describe a person everyone knows in great detail. Speak about his/her general appearance (height, weight, hair) and special features, such as a beard or a moustache. Let other students in your group guess who the person is.

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Describing character


Positive traits


Negative traits


boastful, critical, selfish


cold and unfriendly




horrible, unpleasant

clever, bright, smart





inflexible, stubborn




lazy, undisciplined





nice, pleasant



not very punctual, always late









relaxed and easy-going


reliable, trustworthy

stupid, silly, dim











warm and friendly


27. Match the adjectives from column A with their opposites in column B.

28. How would you describe a person in each of these situations?

  1.  He never bought me a drink all the time we were together.
  2.  He often promises to do things but half the times he forgets.
  3.  She’s always here on time.
  4.  I don’t think he does any work, he rests all the time.
  5.  She finds it difficult to meet new people and talk to strangers.
  6.  She’s aware of what other people feel or think.
  7.  Bob always makes people angry or upset because he doesn’t consider their feelings.
  8.  He wants to become the boss of our department as soon as possible.
  9.  She thinks only of her own interests.
  10.  He always hopes for the best and keeps smiling.
  11.  She never says the truth.
  12.  He is not nervous or worried, that is why it is easy to deal with him.
  13.  You can tell him any secret, he won’t let the cat out of the bag.
  14.  He keeps rebuking others all the time.
  15.  She will never speak about her achievements, she speaks little but does much.
  16.  He is happy and cheerful.
  17.  She is very unwilling to change her mind, even when she knows she is wrong.
  18.  He has good manners and behaves in a way that is socially correct and not rude to other people.
  19.  They talk too proudly about something that they have done or that they own.

29. Use the following model to speak about your ideas of traits of character.

  •  I think that if a person is ………., ……….., because ………..

Example: I think that if a person is selfish, people wouldn’t like him, because he thinks only of himself. I think if a person is kind, people would like him, because he thinks a lot about others and is always ready to help them.

30. Discussion.

1. Describe yourself using positive and negative qualities from the table. Is there a quality you do not have but would like to have? What, in your opinion, is the worst quality?

2. How would you describe persons in the situation represented in the picture below?

Compare and discuss your opinion with a partner.

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R e a d i n g

Pre-text exercises

31. Check if you remember the following verbs from the text:

to introduce, to finish, to try, to think, to say, to know, to find, to give, to swim, to walk, to take, to enjoy, to meet, to watch, to play, to agree, to change.

32. State to what part of speech the following words belong:

weigh, student, seventeen, am, always, should, passionate, skin, myself, boring, at, you, music, have, completely, years, take after, TV, a, dark-haired, my, watching.

33. Form  the derivatives from the following words:

technology, interest, optimism, plays, overweight, person, conserve, outgoing, every, rely.

34. Read the following ideas of teenagers about their features of character and choose a person you would like to make friends with. 


Let me introduce myself. I am Alex Sidorov. Alex is my first name and Sidorov is my surname. I am seventeen years old. In spring I finished school and now I am a student at Kazan National Research Technological University. This is my first year, I enjoy studying here and I do my best to get only “fives”.

I think I take after my father. I'm tall and medium build, in fact I am 1 metre 80 and I weigh about 75 kilos. I have got short red hair, brown eyes and freckles.

People say I am warm and friendly. I hope I am. I also think I am polite, cheerful and optimistic. I always try to be in a good mood.


I’m about one metre seventy, or something like that. So I am medium height. I’m overweight I think though my friends say I am not. I don’t know how much I weigh, ‘cause I always find it too depressing to weigh myself. I don’t think I take as much exercise as I should. I used to go to a gym, but I found it really boring. My main exercise is walking – I walk everywhere – and swimming, which is fine for giving you good stamina and it’s good for your heart, spine and lungs.

I have got dark skin and long straight black hair which I wear loose. I am calm. My hobbies are music and literature.


I have quite an outgoing personality, really. I make friends very easily. I can mix quite well with people that I’ve never met before and with people from different walks of life. I like to be friendly to the people around me. My friends and I often spend time together watching movies and playing outdoor games.

I have a passionate interest in sports, especially football. I play football with my friends every weekend, and I watch all matches of my favourite football team Barcelona on TV.

I am a dark-haired guy with black eyes. I am honest and reliable and I value these qualities highly. I am a second-year student at Medical University.


Well, actually it is very difficult to speak about yourself, but I will try. I think that I am home-loving, kind and patient. I can get on well with people, because I always try to help them and they trust me. I am very active, although my parents say that I am lazy, because I don’t like to do the things they want me to do. Also I am very conservative, they say, and I completely agree with it. I never change anything in my life: ideas, principles, friends. And the proverb “Old friends are best friends” is my motto.

V o c a b u l a r y      S t u d y

do one’s best  

сделать всё возможное

take after

быть похожим на (своего близкого родственника)



used to

имел обыкновение

stamina ['stæmɪnə]

the ability to sustain prolonged physical or mental effort


зд. распущенные (волосы)

mix with


walk of life

общественное положение



  •  ценность, важность
    •  дорожить, ценить



фактически, на самом деле, в действительности

get on well with

хорошо ладить



консервативный, противящийся новому


девиз, лозунг

V o c a b u l a r y     b u i l d i n g

35. Match each word in Column A with its meaning in Column B. Write the corresponding letter in the box next to the word.

Column A

Column B

  1.  to weigh
  1.  degree of excellence of something
  1.  to introduce
  1.  not in a building
  1.  personality
  1.  find out how heavy (someone or something) is
  1.  surname
  1.  at all times
  1.  quality
  1.  make known by name to another in person
  1.  boring
  1.  last name
  1.  always
  1.  not interesting; tedious
  1.  outdoor
  1.  whole character

36.  Match each word in Column A with its opposite meaning in Column B. Write the corresponding letter in the box next to the word.

Column A

Column B

  1.  tall
  1.  to be in a bad mood
  1.  optimistic
  1.  fall out
  1.  to be in a good mood
  1.  deceitful
  1.  overweight
  1.  short
  1.  friend
  1.  enemy
  1.  make friends
  1.  pessimistic
  1.  at the weekend
  1.  slim
  1.  honest
  1.  on weekdays

37. Using information in the passage, say whether these sentences are true (T) or false (F):

1. Alex is a schoolboy.

2. He tries to receive good marks.

3. Alex is a teenager.

4. Jane is a blonde.

5. Jane reads a lot.

6. Oscar is shy.

7. Oscar plays in Barcelona football team.

8. Kate isn’t trustworthy.

9. Kate changes her mind quite often.

10. Kate doesn’t always follow her parents’ instructions.


38. Say who of the four people in the passage…

1. … plays a team sport?

2. … always tries to help others?

3. … is a freshman?

4. … likes to listen to music?

5. … tries to achieve good results in studies?

6. … is going to be a doctor?

7. … is critical about his/her build?

8. … values his/her friends and way of life?

9. … states his/her precise height?

10. … likes going on foot?

11. … thinks it is important not to tell lies?

12. … loves his/her place of living?

13. … is a future engineer?

14. … is a sports fan?

15. … doesn’t find it easy to describe himself / herself?

39. Find in the text the following sentences.  Translate them into Russian:

  1.  This is my first year, I enjoy studying here and I do my best to get only “fives”.
  2.  I’m overweight I think though my friends say I am not.
  3.  My main exercise is walking – I walk everywhere – and swimming, which is fine for giving you good stamina and it’s good for your heart, spine and lungs.
  4.  I can mix quite well with people that I’ve never met before and with people from different walks of life.
  5.  I am honest and reliable and I value these qualities highly.
  6.  Well, actually it is very difficult to speak about yourself, but I will try.
  7.  I am very active, although my parents say that I am lazy, because I don’t like to do the things they want me to do.

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