КЛЮЧИ К УПРАЖНЕНИЯМ (ТЕКСТЫ ДЛЯ ЧТЕНИЯ)

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КЛЮЧИ К УПРАЖНЕНИЯМ (ТЕКСТЫ ДЛЯ ЧТЕНИЯ)

Johnny-cake

1. The old woman made Johnny-cake.

2. a cornmeal flatbread

3. the old woman and old man’s son

4. Because she went to work in the garden.

5. The man who excavates.

6. to run faster or further than someone

7. Two well-diggers could not catch Johnny- cake, and soon they sat down by the road to rest.

8. Because the fox wanted to eat him.

9. Because he was not very clever.

10. Johnny-cake was so quick that the wolf saw that there was no hope to catch him, and he lay down to rest.

11. I outran an old man, an old woman, a little boy, two well-diggers, two ditch-diggers, a bear and a wolf, and I can outrun you too!

12.

9. “Oh, I can’t hear you; can you come a little closer?” said the fox in a weak voice.

10. Johnny-cake was going along the road, and soon he came to a bear.

11. They threw down their picks and ran after him.

12. The boy called his parents for help, but they could not catch him.

14.

outrun

outran

outrunning

throw

threw

throwing

lie

lay

lying

come

came

coming

see

saw

seeing

Jack the Buttermilk

1. The witch asked Jack for some buttermilk.

2. a sour liquid which remains after the butter was separated from milk

3. a woman who possesses evil magic powers

4. Because he did not want to give her buttermilk for free.

5. Because her bag was very heavy.

6. Because she understood that it was useless.

7. When she did this she saw she did not have enough water to boil the boy.

8. He wanted to cheat her.

9. Because she had a weak memory.

10. The witch asked some men who were brushing the hedge by the road to take care of her bag till she came back.

11. Jack refused to give the witch any of his buttermilk, so the witch put him into a bag that she carried over her shoulders.

12.

1. I’ll put you into my bag and carry away.

2. Then the men took Jack out of the bag, and he gave them the buttermilk.

3. When she came home she emptied the bag on the white table again.

4. The witch left the bag with some men who were mending the road.

14.

go

went

going

put

put

putting

come

came

coming

leave

left

leaving

give

gave

giving

How Jack Went to Seek his Fortune

1. One day a boy named Jack went to seek his fortune.

2. Выражение “to seek somebody’s f or tune” обозначает “искать/попытать счастья”.

3. On his way Jack met a cat, a dog, a goat, a bull and a rooster.

4. The cat mewed, and the dog barked, and the goat bleated, and the bull bellowed, and the rooster crowed.

5. Jack said: The more the merrier.

6. She stuck her knitting-needles into him.

7. They found a house, and Jack told his friends to keep still while he went up and looked in through the window.

8. But he came back in a great fright and told them his story.

9.

1. The day was over, and they began to think of some place where they could spend the night.

2. They found a house, and Jack told his friends to keep still while he went up and looked in through the window.

3. The robbers saw that it was all dark and they sent one man back to the house to look after the money.

4. And then our friends came in.






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