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Тексты аудиокурса 4 класс к Уроку 21

PART 1 Lesson 21

No 31. Exercise 5.

[aɪ]  invite, describe [dɪ'skraɪb], to describe — described, to describe a picture, to describe a film. Please describe what you saw. Words can’t describe it. Can you describe it to me? Shall I describe my flat to you?

[ɔ:]  warm, wardrobe ['wɔ:drəʊb], a wardrobe — wardrobes, a large wardrobe, an old wardrobe. There are two wardrobes in my parents’ bedroom. I keep my clothes in the wardrobe. As you come into the room you can see a wardrobe on the left. Where is the wardrobe in your room?

[e]  next, next to, next to my school. Come and sit down next to me. What is there next to your house? My parents’ bedroom is next to my room.

[æ]  man, lamp, a lamp — lamps, a street lamp, a standard lamp, a standard lamp — standard lamps. There is a standard lamp next to the mirror. I’ve got a new standard lamp in the corner of my sitting room.

[ɪ]  think, sink, a sink — sinks. There is a sink in my kitchen. I always wash cups and glasses in the sink. — Where is your favourite cup? — Sorry, it is in the sink.

[a:]  park, garden, a garden — gardens. We’ve got a wonderful garden behind our house. There are different plants in her garden. There is no garden next to the hotel.

[ɒ]    hot, opposite ['ɒpəzɪt], opposite the house, opposite the hotel.

My room is    opposite my parents’ bedroom. Our kitchen is

opposite the    bathroom. There is a river behind our house,

just opposite    the garden. My school is opposite my house.

[ʊ]  cook, cooker, a cooker — cookers. In my kitchen the cooker is next to the table. Where is the cooker in your kitchen? What colour is the cooker in your friends’ kitchen?

 No 32. Exercise 10.            

NEW FLAT

Susan: Oh, Alice! I hear you’ve got a new flat! How do you like it?

Alice: Oh, I like it a lot. It’s nice. You’ll like it too.

Susan: How many rooms are there in your flat?

Alice: There are five. We’ve got a sitting room, two bedrooms, my granny’s room and a kitchen. Come and see me some day.

Susan: When’s the best time to come?

Alice: We’re usually at home after 6.

Susan: Are you sure it’s OK to come round 7?

Alice: Of course it is.