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Choose the correct words to complete the story.

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  1. A) Practise using the words and word combinations in bold type to make other comparisons between some two-four regions of Russia. Write your best sentences down.
  2. A) Put the words in brackets in the correct places in the sentences.
  3. After studying the definitions above, use these new words in the sentences below.
  4. After studying the definitions above, use these new words in the sentences below.
  5. After studying the definitions above, use these new words in the sentences below.
  7. And so on and so forth and so following till they had done and drawn all the sound-pictures that they wanted, and there was the Alphabet, all complete.
  8. Ask other students about their weekends, and complete the chart with different names.
  9. B) Give a summary of the story.
  10. B) Think of situations or microdialogues consisting of a statement (or a question) and a reply to it using the words mentioned above.


My friend Mary and I were chatting (1)… and she was saying how terrible she was at cooking. I (2) … to go round to her house and teach her how to make a couple of dishes.

The (3) … week I went over to her place and we made a couple of really nice dishes. While we were eating, I (4)… smelt something burning. We went into the kitchen and there was a pan on fire. I had (5) …turned up the gas instead of turning it off!

We put the fire out quite (6) …, but the kitchen was a mess! I apologised, (7)… Mary was really annoyed and she didn’t speak to me for (8)… !


Athen Bwhile Cone day Dwhen
Ainvited Bsaid Casked Doffered
Anew Bprevious Cafter Dfollowing
Aquickly Bsuddenly Chardly Dslowly
Ahardly Breally Cfalsely Dstupidly
Aquickly Bsuddenly Cimmediately Dimportantly
Abut Bhowever Cthough Dalthough
Aweeks Bmonths Clong Dnow



Write an email (35–45 words) to your friend who wants to know more about the

city where you live. Include the information:

• the name of the city, its location;

• an interesting thing about its history;

• things to see or to do there.




Choose the most appropriate word from the list (A–H) for each gap in the text (1–8).


Today, in the early 21st century, Scotland is a mixture of old and new. Scottish people still feel proud of their country’s (1) and identity. They admire its mag­nificent (2) , wear kilts on special (3) and eat traditional (4) such as haggis. Some still speak Scots, the old language of the Lowlands. And, in the High­lands and Islands, children can go to Gaelic-speaking schools.

Yet Scotland is also part of the modern world Scottish people shop at supermarkets, use mobile phones and watch (5) T V. Scientists at a Scottish research (6) w ere the first to clone a (7) – Dolly the sheep – in 1996.

Scotland also has new (8) . Families from the Indian subcontinent have ar­rived to work or study, along with Africans, Europeans and Japanese. All have brought new ideas or new skills.

Taken from The History of Scotland for Children

Afoods Bstation Cscenery Dinhabitants

Esatellite Foccasions Gheritage Hmammal



You are in London and have just bought a postcard to send to your friend. Write

60–80 words in your postcard. You should:

• explain how long you have been there;

• tell your friend where you are staying;

• share your impressions of places of interest you have visited;

• what you are enjoying most about your trip.



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