No 15. Exercise 5. Learn how to pronounce and use the new words. Listen and repeat.
[i:] speak, leave, to leave — left, to leave the house, to leave Moscow,to leave
Moscow for London, to leave for New York.— When did he leave for Canada?
— He left for Canada on Wednesday. He usually leaves the house at half past eight.
[ɔɪ] enjoy, join, to join — joined, to join the group. We are going to the muse-
um. Join us. Will you join us for a walk?
[ŋ] hing, sing, to sing — sang, to sing to the music. I like to sing very much.
Shall I sing to you? Let's begin to sing. Will you sing again, please?
[ɒ] dog, song, a song — songs. I know many Russian songs. We often meet
on Friday evening and sing English songs. Enjoy the song.
[j] yes, yet. He doesn't know English yet. She is not nine yet. We haven't got
this book yet. I'm ill, I can't go to school yet.
[aʊ] out, count, to count — counted. Count from 1 to 20. The boy can't count
well yet. The children can count quickly. Shall I count the apples?
[ʊɘ] poor, poor people, a poor family. I don't think they are poor. His English
is poor. Your answer was poor. They are not poor, are they?
[з:] bird, work, to work — worked, to work well, to work at school, to do a
lot of work about the house. This work is not interesting work. Have you
got any extra work to do? His work is the best, isn't it? When do you begin
[ʌ] but, luck, good luck. Bye, Alice. See you tomorrow. Good luck. — We are
having a test on Thursday.— Oh, good luck!
By the way. Do you live far away from school, by the way? By the way we
haven't got any bread for breakfast. What about your extra Maths exercis-
es, by the way?
No 16. Exercise 6. Listen and answer the questions.
No 17. a) Open your textbook, Exercise 11.
Listen to the poem "Meet Me in the Mornin".
Meet Me in the Morning.
Meet me in the morning.
Meet me at noon.
Meet me in September,
Or the middle of June.
Meet me at midnight.
Meet me in the hall.
Meet me in the summer.
Meet me in the fall.
Meet me in the evening.
Meet me at eight.
I'll meet you any time you want,
But, please, don't be late.
b) Read the poem after the speaker and learn it.