No 14. Exercise 4.
Learn how to pronounce and use the new words. Listen and repeat.
[æ] black, blackboard, a blackboard — blackboards, on the blackboard, at the
blackboard. Is there an English word on the blackboard? Mary is at the
[ʊ] book, bookcase, a bookcase — bookcases, in the bookcase.— What is there
in the bookcase? — There are a lot of books, exercise books and pencils
in it. We've got two bookcases in our classroom.
[w] winter, window, a window — windows, an open window, to look out of the
window, near the window. How many windows are there in the classroom?
There are two windows in it.
[ɔ:] four, door, a door — doors, a white door, at the door, to open the door.
What colour is the door in your classroom? Look at the door. Why isn't it
[ɔ:] floor, on the floor. What is there on the floor? What colour is the floor in
[ɔ:] ball, wall, a wall — walls, on the wall, near the wall. The bookcase is at
the wall.— What colour are the walls in your classroom? — The walls are
[i] pig' picture, a picture — pictures, a beautiful picture, a little picture, my
favourite picture, in the picture. What can you see in the picture? There
are three pictures on the wall.
[ei] make, late, late — later, to be late for school, to be late for classes. Don't
be late again! She is never late for school. Are they always late for class-
es? I'm sorry, I'm late. It's never too late to learn.