No 39. Exercise 4.
[e] ready, already [ɔ:l'redɪ]. I have already cooked dinner. Nick
has already played football, now he’s going home. Paul
has already finished his homework, now he is not busy. They have already answered your question.
[ʌ] but, just [ʤʌst]. Nick has just finished playing hockey. They have just started reading “Cinderella”. My cousin has just watered the flowers in our garden.
[e] never, ever ['evə]. Have you ever cooked chicken soup? Have you ever dressed your little brother? Have you ever tried on high boots?
yet [jet]. Have you done it yet? She has not finished it yet.
[ɪ] big, build [bɪld], to build — built — built, to build a house, to build a road, to build a church. They have already built a new school. The people who came to England many years ago built a new town on the river.
building ['bɪldɪŋ]. There are a lot of new buildings in Moscow now.
bridge [briʤ], a bridge — bridges, to build a bridge. They have built a new bridge over the river. Are there any bridges over the Moskva river? What a wonderful bridge!
No 40. Exercise 10.
THE BEACHES OF MEXICO
(After Caroline Graham)
Have you ever seen the beaches of Mexico?
Have you ever walked the streets of Paris ['pærɪs]?
Have you ever been to England?
Have you ever been to Spain [speɪn]?
Have you ever walked barefoot
In a heavy rain?