Слушаем детскую классику. The Secret Garden. Chapter 1

О романе «The Secret Garden».

The Secret Garden is a novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. It was initially published in serial format starting in the autumn of 1910, and was first published in its entirety in 1911. It is now one of Burnett’s most popular novels, and is considered to be a classic of English children’s literature. Several stage and film adaptations have been produced.

Моей идеей было включение глав из романа в курс на сайте ДО. Немного поразмыслив, я решила отказаться от идеи и разместить то, что уже создано (частично или полностью) на блоге. Так бывает, что нечаянно изобретаешь уже кем-то изобретённый велосипед, а это не очень интересно (задания к «Таинственному саду» есть у Афанасьевой и у одного польского автора). Может есть ещё разработки, поэтому я и называю свою работу изобретением велосипеда.

Отличие данных аудиозаписей — их аутентичность и неадаптированность и, соответственно, разработки также авторские, то есть мои. Где-то потрудилась больше, где-то меньше — увидите по ходу публикаций. Аудио — public domain, текст можно найти на сайте проекта Гутенберг.

Так как задания готовились для Moodle, возможно кое-что вам придётся переделать самостоятельно.

В первом задании первой главы первый ответ из трёх правильный. Иногда в заданиях сохранялась орфография оригинального текста, не считайте за ошибку или опечатку (any one). Если где-то не хватает задания — или потерялось на одном из компьютеров или будет добавлено позже.

CHAPTER 1. THERE IS NO ONE LEFT

While listening:

Choose the correct variant:

Mary Lennox was the most disagreeable looking child/a great beauty/busy and ill.

Her mother was interested in parties/languages/helping people and her father was very busy/cruel/lazy. They didn’t care for her.

She had a little thin face/chin/hair and a little thin body/neck/chest, thin light hair/hands/legs and a sour expression/cream/food.

She was looked after by her family servants/relations/friends, who gave her her own way in everything/nothing/everywhere. That’s why she was as tyrannical and selfish a little pig/dog/monkey as ever lived.

When she was nine/nineteen/ninety, her parents/grandparents/friends and her nurse/granny/sisters died from the cholera.

She did not cry/shout/wail because her nurse had died. She was not an affectionate child/kind/feelings and had never cared much for/of/about any one.

She stayed alone in the bungalow and fell asleep/down/awake.

When she woke up there was nobody/nothing/everyone in the house. It was true that there was no one/people/movement in the bungalow but herself and a little rustling snake/mouse/puppy with eyes like jewels.

She was not frightened, because the snake was a harmless/harmful/poisonous little thing who would not hurt/bite/scare her and he seemed in a hurry to get out/away/down of the room.

Every one was too panic-stricken to think of a little girl/thing/house no one was fond/keen/crazy of.

After listening:

Fill in the missing words

  1. Mary Lennox was born in ___.
  2. So the ____ always gave Mary whatever she asked for and Mary quickly became a very difficult and selfish little girl.
  3. When she was nine years old, her mother and father died of ____.
  4. Mary did not ___ her mother very much when she was gone.
  5. She had not seen or spoken to her very much when she was ____.
  6. Mary’s mother had not wanted a ____ at all.
  7. She had been very beautiful, and she had only been ____ in going to parties and meeting people.
  8. Mary’s father was always busy ____ his work, too.
  9. So when Mary was born, a servant looked ____ her.
  10. Her mother told the servant to ____ sure that Mary did not cry or make too much noise.

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