Art is long but life is short. Art helps to travel in time a lot. Music, litetature, ballet and cinema. They are available and never limited. Circus, photography, sculpture and painting. They are impressive and entertaining. Arts and crafts, theatre, dance. They are exciting just at first glance.
Additional material Exercise 1 Put the words into the right order and read the proverbs about money. like, Friendship, oil, and, money, water, and, is. friend, your, Lend, your, lose, and, money. spent, in, the, Money, on, brain, is, spent, vain, never. no, money, No, bees, honey, no, no, work. a lack, money, of, Everyone,
Form 8. Unit 4. Lessons 3-4 Additional material Exercise 1 Translate from Russian into English: ответственная личность спорить о бюджете сокращать расходы сводить концы с концами дорогая одежда Exercise 2 Fill in the suitable words: Fair A waste Decide Extra Rich Life isn’t always ***. You should have *** work to have *** money. I
Lexical Test Task 1 Unscramble and translate the words: 1. Acmpigan- 2. Rhuatoity- 3. Iprincple- 4. Mlavndais- 5. Vnivole- Task 2 Translate from Russian into English: 1. молодежный клуб 2. активный член 3. политическая партия 4. мировой лидер 5. иметь желание 6. антиобщественное движение 7. поддерживать политические принципы 8. кампания против курения 9. молодой кадет
Additional material Exercise 1 Match the opposites: 1 a hen night A a waste of time 2 a monarchy B to have one’s head in the clouds 3 to be grounded C bilingual 4 monolingual D a republic 5 noteworthy E a stag night Exercise 2 Translate from English intoRussian: 1. a bilingual dictionary 2.
Lexical Drills Exercise 1 Unscramble and translate the words: ralndmak ywonteort evneu seofrtrs arae Exercise 2 Make the phrases: 1 population A area 2 bizarre B mall 3 poverty C destiny 4 occupy D cabaret 5 shopping E rate Exercise 3 Fill in the suitable words from lessons 1-3: 1. My house is my ***.
Reading Drills To barter- bartered- bartered; to barter smth for smth ; to barter cattle for salt. I had to barter with the locals for food. They bartered their knives for rice. A banknote – banknotes; an old banknote, a purse with some banknotes, a wallet with some banknotes. Banknotes of different countries show queens