No 43. Exercise 4.
[æ] cap, capital ['kæpɪtl], the capital of the country, the capital of Canada. Moscow is the capital of Russia.
Washington is the capital of the USA. What city is the capital of India?
[eɪ] face, place [pleɪs], a place — places, a small place, a place for the picnic, a quiet place in the country, a wonderful place to live. London is a noisy1 place. Where is the best place to spend the summer?
['аʊə] flower, tower ['taʊə], a tower — towers, an old tower, the Tower of London. The Tower of London is a museum now. Excuse me, how can I get to the old tower? The Kremlin clock is in the Spasskaya Tower.
[еə] bear, square [skweə], a square table, a square place, a square box, a square tower. They sat at the small square table writing a letter.
[ɔ:] all, tall — taller — (the) tallest, a tall man, a big, tall tree, a tall tower. Mr Brown is a tall, young man. There are a lot of big, tall trees in that part of the forest. — Is Jack the tallest boy in your class? — He certainly is!
[ɒ] lot, monument ['mɒnjumənt], a monument — monuments, a monument to smb. You can see a famous monument to Pushkin in one of Moscow squares. Where is the monument to Yuri Dolgoruky?
[e] well, bell [bel], a bell — bells, a gold bell, a small bell, church bells, a school bell. Have you ever heard the bells? The lesson is over. Here is the bell. Has the bell gone?
No 44. Exercise 11.
THE BEACHES Of MEXICO
(After Caroline Graham)
Well, I’ve never seen the beaches of Mexico.
I’ve never walked the streets of Paris.
I’ve never been to England.
I’ve never been to Spain.
I’ve never walked barefoot In a heavy rain.