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«A cock is valiant on his own dunghill». «Всяк кулик на своём болоте велик». Обучение чтению аутентичного художественного текста.

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1 «A cock is valiant on his own dunghill». «Всяк кулик на своём болоте велик». Обучение чтению аутентичного художественного текста.

2 Phonetic drills. Tea is prepared from the leaf of the tree Honey is gathered and made by the bee Butter is made from the milk of the cow Pork is the flesh of the pig or the sow.

3 Choose the suitable phrase. Cheese is as bright as silver. Carrot is as good as gold. The violin is as soft as butter. Honey is as sweet as honey.

4 The right answer is : Cheese is as soft as butter. Carrot is as sweet as honey. The violin is as bright as silver. Honey is as good as gold.

5 Continue the sentences, please. 1. Every day the pig worked.... 2. Little pig grew tired of the endless.... 3. The pig locked the door of his house and started down.... 4. Thomas made his living by playing.... 5. The cat gave the pig the bow and the.... 6. The pig asked the dog to teach him to.... 7. This plan pleased the bee man as much as it pleased.... 8. The bees crept under his veil and inside his.... 9. Every autumn the pig took his vegetables to the... and brought home the royal.... 10. Sometimes, on holidays, the cat and the dog and the bee man came....

6 Check your answers 1. Every day the pig worked in the garden. 2. Little pig grew tired of the endless toil. 3. The pig locked the door of his house and started down the road. 4. Thomas made his living by playing the violin. 5. The cat gave the pig the bow and the riddle. 6. The pig asked the dog to teach him to make cheese. 7. This plan pleased the bee man as much as it pleased the pig. 8. The bees crept under his veil and inside his gloves. 9. Every autumn the pig took his vegetables to the fair and brought home the royal prize. 10. Sometimes, on holidays, the cat and the dog and the bee man came to see the pig.

7 Make up the sentences out of given words and write down them in chronological order. 1. a cottage, the trees, the pig, behind, came to. 2. in a house, the pig, lived, of the village, at the edge. 3. the cat, the violin, played, well. 4. dug, his, tomatoes, the pig, and, carrots, and, weeded. 5. the dog, cheese, in a hut, made. 6. the pig, in, his, garden, vegetable, was back. 7. the pig, ran, and, the honey, dropped. 8. taking, was, out of, beehives, a man, honey.

8 The order should be the following The pig lived in house at the edge of the village. The pig dug and weeded his tomatoes and carrots. The pig came to a cottage behind the trees. The cat played the violin well. The dog made cheese in a hut. A man was taking honey out of beehives. The pig ran and dropped the honey. The pig was back in his vegetable garden. The pig lived in house at the edge of the village. The pig dug and weeded his tomatoes and carrots. The pig came to a cottage behind the trees. The cat played the violin well. The dog made cheese in a hut. A man was taking honey out of beehives. The pig ran and dropped the honey. The pig was back in his vegetable garden.

9 Match words with similar meaning. prizetoil violincottage coupleguess hard work pair thinkfiddle housepresent enjoyreply answerplease

10 The synonyms are: prizepresent violinfiddle couplepair hard work toil thinkguess housecottage enjoyplease answerreply

11 Fill in the chart. PigCatDogBeekeeper likes prefers to work with working hardly he has

12 Check your answers PigCatDogBeekeeper likes to work in the garden to play the violin to make cheese to lift a honey comb out of a hive prefers to work with a spade a bow veil and a pair of gloves working hardly he has fruit and vegetables the sweetest music cheesehoney

13 Guess the puzzles, choose the correct variants and fill in the gap. Long ago there was a curly-tailed (…). He lived in a (…). Every day he worked in (…). He was a good (…). He dug and weeded his (…) and (…). But he grew tired and went out of his house. He met (…). The cat was playing (…) well. The pig couldn't play the violin. He walked on and he met (…). The dog made (…).It was difficult for pig. He started down the road. He met a beekeeper. The beekeeper worked with (…). He lifted (…) out of hives. The pig couldn't work with him and went back to his garden. Long ago there was a curly-tailed (…). He lived in a (…). Every day he worked in (…). He was a good (…). He dug and weeded his (…) and (…). But he grew tired and went out of his house. He met (…). The cat was playing (…) well. The pig couldn't play the violin. He walked on and he met (…). The dog made (…).It was difficult for pig. He started down the road. He met a beekeeper. The beekeeper worked with (…). He lifted (…) out of hives. The pig couldn't work with him and went back to his garden.

14 Read the text: Long ago there was a curly-tailed pig. He lived in a house. Every day he worked in a garden. He was a good gardener. He dug and weeded his tomatoes and carrots. But he grew tired and went out of his house. He met a cat. The cat was playing violin well. The pig couldn't play the violin. He walked on and he met a dog. The dog made cheese. It was difficult for pig. He started down the road. He met a beekeeper. The beekeeper worked with bees. He lifted honey out of hives. The pig couldn't work with him and went back to his garden. Long ago there was a curly-tailed pig. He lived in a house. Every day he worked in a garden. He was a good gardener. He dug and weeded his tomatoes and carrots. But he grew tired and went out of his house. He met a cat. The cat was playing violin well. The pig couldn't play the violin. He walked on and he met a dog. The dog made cheese. It was difficult for pig. He started down the road. He met a beekeeper. The beekeeper worked with bees. He lifted honey out of hives. The pig couldn't work with him and went back to his garden.

15 Thank you for your work.


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