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THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
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to occupy — занимать
surface — поверхность
total area — общая площадь
square — квадратный
kilometer — километр
to wash — омывать
to border on — граничить с
sea border — морская граница
Subtropical – субтропический
temperate — умеренный
continental — континентальный
chain — цепь
to separate — разделять
to flow into — впадать в
to concentrate —
сосредотачиваться,
концентрироваться
oil — нефть
coal — уголь
iron ore — железная руда
natural gas — природный газ
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copper — медь
nickel — никель
mineral resources — полезные
ископаемые
to found – основывать
scientific — научный
cultural – культурный
industrial – индустриальный
parliamentary republic —
парламентская республика
legislative — законодательный
powers — полномочия
to exercise — осуществлять,
выполнять
complicated — сложный,
запутанный
in spite of - несмотря на
opportunity — возможность
to promise — обещать, подавать
надежды
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The Russian Federation (A)
The Russian Federation is the largest country in the world. Russia is situated on two continents:
Europe and Asia. It occupies about one-seventh of the earth's surface. Its total area is about 17 million
square kilometers. The country is washed by 12 seas and 3 oceans. The Arctic Ocean washes Russia in
the north. The Pacific Ocean washes Russia in the east. Russia is washed by the Black Sea in the south
and by the Baltic Sea in the west. In the south Russia borders on China, Mongolia, Korea, Kazakhstan,
Georgia and Azerbaijan. In the west it borders on Norway, Finland, the Baltic States, Belorussia, and
the Ukraine. It also has a sea-border with the USA.
There are different types of climate in different regions of the country. The climate is arctic in the
north of the country. The climate is subtropical in the south of Russia. In the middle of the country the
climate is temperate and continental.
There are two great plains in Russia: the Great Russian Plain and the West Siberian Lowland. There
are several mountain chains on the territory of the country: the Urals, the Caucasus, the Altai and
others. The largest mountain chain is the Urals. It separates Europe from Asia.
There are over two million rivers in Russia. The longest river is the Volga. The Volga flows into the
Caspian Sea. The main Siberian rivers are the Ob, the Yenisei and the Lena. They flow from the south
to the north. The Amur in the Far East flows into the Pacific Ocean.
Russia is rich in beautiful lakes. Lake Baikal (1600 meters) is the deepest lake in the world.
Russia has one-sixth of the world's forests. They are concentrated in the European north of the
country, in Siberia and in the Far East.
Russia is very rich in oil, coal, iron ore, natural gas, copper, nickel and other mineral resources.
The population of Russia is about 150 million people. The capital of Russia is Moscow. Moscow was
founded in 1147 by Yuri Dolgoruki. Moscow is the largest political, scientific, cultural and industrial
centre. It is one of the oldest Russian cities.
Russia is a parliamentary republic. The Head of State is the President. The legislative powers are
exercised by the Duma. At present, the political and economic situation in the country is rather
complicated. But in spite of the problems Russia is facing at present, there are a lot of opportunities for
Russia to become one of the leading countries in the world. I'm sure Russia has great past and
promising future.
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The Russian Federation (B)
The Russian Federation is the largest country in the world. Russia is situated on two continents:
Europe and Asia. It occupies about one-seventh of the earth's surface. Its total area is about 17 million
square kilometers. The country is washed by 12 seas and 3 oceans. The Arctic Ocean washes Russia in
the north. The Pacific Ocean washes Russia in the east. Russia is washed by the Black Sea in the south
and by the Baltic Sea in the west. In the south Russia borders on China, Mongolia, Korea, Kazakhstan,
Georgia and Azerbaijan. In the west it borders on Norway, Finland, the Baltic States, Belorussia, and
the Ukraine. It also has a sea-border with the USA.
There are different types of climate in different regions of the country. The climate is arctic in the
north of the country. The climate is subtropical in the south of Russia. In the middle of the country the
climate is temperate and continental.
There are two great plains in Russia: the Great Russian Plain and the West Siberian Lowland. There
are several mountain chains on the territory of the country: the Urals, the Caucasus, the Altai and
others. The largest mountain chain is the Urals. It separates Europe from Asia.
There are over two million rivers in Russia. The longest river is the Volga. The Volga flows into the
Caspian Sea. The main Siberian rivers are the Ob, the Yenisei and the Lena. They flow from the south
to the north. The Amur in the Far East flows into the Pacific Ocean.
Russia is rich in beautiful lakes. Lake Baikal (1600 meters) is the deepest lake in the world.
Russia has one-sixth of the world's forests. They are concentrated in the European north of the
country, in Siberia and in the Far East.
Russia is very rich in oil, coal, iron ore, natural gas, copper, nickel and other mineral resources.
The population of Russia is about 150 million people. The capital of Russia is Moscow. Moscow was
founded in 1147 by Yuri Dolgoruki. Moscow is the largest political, scientific, cultural and industrial
centre. It is one of the oldest Russian cities.
Russia is a parliamentary republic. The Head of State is the President. The legislative powers are
exercised by the Duma. At present, the political and economic situation in the country is rather
complicated. But in spite of the problems Russia is facing at present, there are a lot of opportunities for
Russia to become one of the leading countries in the world. I'm sure Russia has great past and
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Exercises
Exercises
I . Put in the missing words according to the
text:
1. There are several mountain ... on the territory of
Russia. 2. In the middle of the country the climate is
... and continental. 3. Russia occupies about oneseventh of the earth's. 4. Lake Baikal (1600 meters)
is ... lake in the world. 5. Moscow is the largest
political,..., cultural and industrial centre.6. But...
the problems Russia is facing at present,
it has promising future.7. There are different... of
climate in different regions of the country.8. Russia
has ... of the world's forests.
II. Choose the correct verb for each blank:
borders, are exercised, separates, is facing, was
founded, flow, are concentrated, is situated
The legislative powers ... by the Duma.
1. Russia ... on two continents: Europe and Asia.
2. In the west Russia ... on Norway, Finland, the
Baltic States, Belorussia, the Ukraine.
3. Russia ... Europe from Asia.
4. Moscow ... in 1147 by Yuri Dolgoruki.
5. But in spite of the problems Russia... at present, it
has promising future.
6. The Ob, the Yenisei and the Lena ... from the
south to the north.
7. The forests of Russia ... in the European north of
the country, in Siberia and in the Far East.
III. Agree or disagree:
Russia occupies about one-ninth of the earth's
surface.
2. The largest mountain chain is the Caucasus.
3. There are two million rivers in Russia.
4. The Head of State is the Duma.
5. The Arctic Ocean washes Russia in the south.
6. The total area of Russia is about 17 million square
kilometers.
7. Russia doesn't have a sea border with the USA.
8. The Volga flows into the Black Sea.
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 commercial
— торговый,
коммерческий
 cultural – культурный
 to found — основывать
 fight — бой
 gradually — постепенно
 powerful — сильный,
могущественный
 struggle — борьба
 liberation – освобождение
 Tartar yoke — татарское иго
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remain — оставаться
 target — мишень, цель, объект
 to destroy — разрушать
 occupation — оккупация
 completely — полностью,
целиком
 to restore - реставрировать,
восстанавливать
 total — полный, целый, весь
 mansion — особняк
 to blind — ослепить
 masterpiece — шедевр
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Moscow (A)
Moscow is the capital of Russia. It is its political, economic, commercial and cultural centre. Moscow was
founded in 1147 by Prince Yuri Dolgoruki. Prince Yuri Dolgoruki (Prince Long Arms) was the Russian Prince
of Vladimir and Suzdal. Prince Yuri Dolgoruki had many fights with other Russian princes and soon he
became Prince of Kiev. Kiev was the capital of Russia.
Gradually Moscow became more and more powerful. In the 13th century Moscow was the centre of the
struggle of Russian lands for the liberation from the Tartar yoke. In the 16th century under Ivan the Terrible
Moscow became the capital of the state.
In 1712 the Russian King, Tsar Peter the Great, moved the Russian capital to St. Petersburg, but Moscow
remained the heart of Russia. That's why Moscow became the main target of Napoleon's attack. Threequarters of the city was destroyed by fire during Napoleon's occupation. Moscow had been completely
restored by the mid-19th century. In 1918 Moscow became the capital again.
Now Moscow is one of the largest cities in the world. It is situated on seven hills. Its total area is about nine
hundred square kilometers. The population of the city is over 8 million.
Moscow is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. There are a lot of beautiful palaces, old mansions,
cathedrals, churches and monuments in Moscow. The heart of Moscow is Red Square. The main Kremlin
Tower, the Spaskaya Tower, has become the symbol of Russia. There are great old cathedrals and historical
monuments on the territory of the Kremlin. They are the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great, the Tsar-Cannon and
the Tsar-Bell, the biggest cannon and bell in the world. St. Basil's Cathedral was built in the mid-16th century
in memory of the victory over Kazan. There is a legend that Ivan the Terrible blinded the architects Barma
and Postnik, because they didn't want them to create another masterpiece.
There are more than 80 museums in Moscow. The largest museums are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
and the State Tretyakov Gallery.
Moscow is famous for its theatres. The Bolshoi Opera House is one of the best theatres of the world.
Moscow is the centre of the political life of Russia. It is the seat of the Russian Parliament (the Duma).
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Moscow (B)
Moscow is the capital of Russia. It is its political, economic, commercial and cultural centre. Moscow was
founded in 1147 by Prince Yuri Dolgoruki. Prince Yuri Dolgoruki (Prince Long Arms) was the Russian Prince
of Vladimir and Suzdal. Prince Yuri Dolgoruki had many fights with other Russian princes and soon he
became Prince of Kiev. Kiev was the capital of Russia.
Gradually Moscow became more and more powerful. In the 13th century Moscow was the centre of the
struggle of Russian lands for the liberation from the Tartar yoke. In the 16th century under Ivan the Terrible
Moscow became the capital of the state.
In 1712 the Russian King, Tsar Peter the Great, moved the Russian capital to St. Petersburg, but Moscow
remained the heart of Russia. That's why Moscow became the main target of Napoleon's attack. Threequarters of the city was destroyed by fire during Napoleon's occupation. Moscow had been completely
restored by the mid-19th century. In 1918 Moscow became the capital again.
Now Moscow is one of the largest cities in the world. It is situated on seven hills. Its total area is about nine
hundred square kilometers. The population of the city is over 8 million.
Moscow is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. There are a lot of beautiful palaces, old mansions,
cathedrals, churches and monuments in Moscow. The heart of Moscow is Red Square. The main Kremlin
Tower, the Spaskaya Tower, has become the symbol of Russia. There are great old cathedrals and historical
monuments on the territory of the Kremlin. They are the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great, the Tsar-Cannon and
the Tsar-Bell, the biggest cannon and bell in the world. St. Basil's Cathedral was built in the mid-16th century
in memory of the victory over Kazan. There is a legend that Ivan the Terrible blinded the architects Barma
and Postnik, because they didn't want them to create another masterpiece.
There are more than 80 museums in Moscow. The largest museums are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
and the State Tretyakov Gallery.
Moscow is famous for its theatres. The Bolshoi Opera House is one of the best theatres of the world.
Moscow is the centre of the political life of Russia. It is the seat of the Russian Parliament (the Duma).
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Exercises
I. Agree or disagree:
Moscow is situated on the hills.
2. Prince Yuri Dolgoruki was the Russian Prince of Rome.
3. In 1818 Moscow became the capital again.
4. The largest Moscow museums are the Pushkin Museum
of Fine Arts and the State Tretyakov Gallery.
5. St. Basil's Cathedral was built in the mid-18th
century.
6. The total area of Moscow is about two hundred
square kilometers.
7. St. Petersburg is the seat of the Russian Parliament (the
Duma).
8. The Spaskaya Tower has become the symbol of
Russia.
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III. Read the beginning of the sentence and find
its end in the text:
The Bolshoi Opera House is... .
2. They are the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great
3. In the 13th century Moscow was the centre of ... .
4. Prince Yuri Dolgoruki (Prince Long Arms) was … .
5. Its total area is ... .
6. There is a legend that... .
7. Moscow is the seat of ... .
8. The main Kremlin Tower, the Spaskaya Tower … .
9. Moscow had been completely restored by ... .
10.Moscow is famous for ... .
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II. Put in the missing words according to the
text:
Moscow is political, economic,... and cultural centre of
the country.
2. Moscow became the main ... of Napoleon's attack.
3. Gradually Moscow became more and more ....
4. Prince Yuri Dolgoruki had many... with other Russian
princes and soon he became Prince of Kiev.
5. Three-quarters of the city was destroyed by fire during
Napoleon's ... .
6. St. Basil's Cathedral was built in the mid-16th century in
... of the victory over Kazan.
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Vocabulary
 swampy
— болотистый
 mouth — устье (реки)
 to drop dead — упасть замертво
 Architectural – архитектурный
 to lay out — планировать
 harmonious — гармоничный
 to rename – переименовать
 to suffer — страдать
 deal — количество
 to lay siege to – осадить
 to cut off — отрезать
 starvation
— голод
 shelling — бомбежка
 air raid — воздушный налет
 to destroy — разрушать
 to raise the blockade — снимать
блокаду
 to remain — оставаться
 generation — поколение
 to contain — вмещать
 arm — рукав реки
 to attract — привлекать, притягивать
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St. Petersburg (A)
St. Petersburg is the second largest city in Russia and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It was founded in 1703
by Peter the Great. He called St. Petersburg the "Window on the West." For 200 years, starting with 1712, St. Petersburg was
the capital of Russian Empire.
Thousands of workmen were brought from all parts of Russia to build a new city on the swampy land at the mouth of the
Neva River. They worked fast and hard and dropped dead by the hundreds but the work went on.
St. Petersburg was built according to a plan. It is a city of architectural ensembles. Architects were brought from Western
Europe to lay out the city in harmonious squares. They are Palace Square, the Square of Arts, Isaac's Square and others.
When the First World War began in 1914, the German-sounding name, St. Petersburg, was changed to Petrograd. After the
October Revolution the city was renamed after Lenin. In 1918 on the 10th of March the government of the country moved to
Moscow. Moscow became the capital of Russia again.
During the Great Patriotic War the city suffered a great deal. The German armies laid siege to it in 1941. For 900 days the
city was cut off from the rest of the country. No food could be brought in and 800,000 people died of starvation. Daily
shelling and air raids destroyed parts of the city. Thousands of people were killed. In 1944 on the 27th of January the
blockade of the city was raised. Centuries will pass but what was done by Leningraders will always remain in the memory of
generations to come.
Now St. Petersburg is an important industrial, cultural and educational centre. The population of the city is about 5 million.
There are many famous monuments, palaces, churches, cathedrals and museums in St. Petersburg. They are the Winter
Palace, the Hermitage, the Russian Museum, St. Isaac's Cathedral. The Hermitage contains the richest collection of pictures
in the world.
The main street in St. Petersburg is Nevsky Prospect. There are a lot of beautiful buildings in it.
St. Petersburg has a lot of symbols. The most famous symbol of the city is the monument to Peter the Great in
Decembrists' Square.
The city is called the Northern Venice because there are 65 rivers, arms and canals in it.
St. Petersburg is famous for its beautiful white nights.
The city attracts thousands of tourists from every corner of the world every day.
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St. Petersburg (B)
St. Petersburg is the second largest city in Russia and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It was founded in 1703
by Peter the Great. He called St. Petersburg the "Window on the West." For 200 years, starting with 1712, St. Petersburg was
the capital of Russian Empire.
Thousands of workmen were brought from all parts of Russia to build a new city on the swampy land at the mouth of the
Neva River. They worked fast and hard and dropped dead by the hundreds but the work went on.
St. Petersburg was built according to a plan. It is a city of architectural ensembles. Architects were brought from Western
Europe to lay out the city in harmonious squares. They are Palace Square, the Square of Arts, Isaac's Square and others.
When the First World War began in 1914, the German-sounding name, St. Petersburg, was changed to Petrograd. After the
October Revolution the city was renamed after Lenin. In 1918 on the 10th of March the government of the country moved to
Moscow. Moscow became the capital of Russia again.
During the Great Patriotic War the city suffered a great deal. The German armies laid siege to it in 1941. For 900 days the
city was cut off from the rest of the country. No food could be brought in and 800,000 people died of starvation. Daily
shelling and air raids destroyed parts of the city. Thousands of people were killed. In 1944 on the 27th of January the
blockade of the city was raised. Centuries will pass but what was done by Leningraders will always remain in the memory of
generations to come.
Now St. Petersburg is an important industrial, cultural and educational centre. The population of the city is about 5 million.
There are many famous monuments, palaces, churches, cathedrals and museums in St. Petersburg. They are the Winter
Palace, the Hermitage, the Russian Museum, St. Isaac's Cathedral. The Hermitage contains the richest collection of pictures
in the world.
The main street in St. Petersburg is Nevsky Prospect. There are a lot of beautiful buildings in it.
St. Petersburg has a lot of symbols. The most famous symbol of the city is the monument to Peter the Great in
Decembrists' Square.
The city is called the Northern Venice because there are 65 rivers, arms and canals in it.
St. Petersburg is famous for its beautiful white nights.
The city attracts thousands of tourists from every corner of the world every day.
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Exercises
Exercises
I. Put in the missing words according to the
text:
During the Great Patriotic War the city suffered a great...
2. The Hermitage contains... collection of pictures in the
world.
3. When the First World War began in 1914, ... name, St.
Petersburg, was changed to Petrograd.
4. St. Petersburg was built on ... land at the mouth of the
Neva River.
5. Daily ... and air ... destroyed of the city.
6. Centuries will pass but what was done by Leningraders
will always remain in the memory of ... to come.
7. 800,000 people died of ... .
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III. Agree or disagree:
1. For 300 years St. Petersburg was the capital of
Russian Empire.
2. St. Petersburg was founded in 1733 by Peter
the Great.
3. The most beautiful squares are Palace Square,
the Square of Arts and Isaac's Square.
4. St. Petersburg wasn't built according to a plan.
5. The city is often called the Western Venice.
II. Read the beginning of the sentence and find
its end in the text:
1.
2.
3.
4.
They worked fast and hard and ....
In 1918 on the 10th of March ... .
Architects were brought from Western Europe....
For 200 years, starting with 1712, ... .
The city attracts thousands of tourists ... .
6. Thousands of workmen were brought from all
parts of Russia ... .
7. The city is called the Northern Venice ....
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EKATERINBURG (Retell the text)
7 August 1723 is the official day of the birth of Ekaterinburg, the industrial and military centre of the mining
administration and important stronghold set up by the government of Peter I for the colonisation of the vast expenses of the
Urals and Siberia. The town owes to its origin to a metallurgical and metal-working plant which rose on the banks of the Iset
river.
The builders of the town worked in extremely hard conditions led by talented Russian mining experts: general Genin and
captain Tatishchev. This prominent statesman and noted scientist headed the construction. The town was surrounded by
wood and all buildings were wooden. But the town grew and developed and, with the time, Ekaterinburg began to play an
increasingly important role as an administrative, mining and all-Urals machine-building centre, though it was a provincial
town.
Nowadays it is a big industrial centre of the Russian Federation. It has always been and remains traditionally the centre
with dominating branches of industry as machine-building and metal-working. There are more than 100 industrial enter
prises, among them the Verch-Iset metallurgical and metal-working plant the biggest in the Urals.
Ekaterinburg is a scientific centre. There is the Urals branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a lot of scientific and
project institutes there.
Ekaterinburg is a city of students. There are more than 15 institutions of higher education, a lot of colleges, private and
state schools. The oldest is the Urals Mining Academy founded in 1912. The biggest and the most famous is the Urals State
Technical University founded in 1920.
Ekaterinburg is also a theatrical centre. There are many theatres, cinemas and palaces of culture and variety shows. The
oldest among the theatres is the Opera House, which was built in 1912. One cannot but mention our museums and picture
galleries. The Urals Geological Museum is a real treasure-house of the Urals Mountains." It enjoys truly a great popularity
because it contains very rich collection of rare minerals and precious stones, which cannot be found arty where.
Our city is constantly changing, its outer appearance and its reconstruction will be made on an unprecedented scale.
Ekaterinburg is one of the largest and the most important cities of Russia. It can be referred to the historical Russian cities
because there exists a lot of monuments of architecture, history and culture.
The citizens of Ekaterinburg are proud of their native city, its past and present.
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PRESENT SIMPLE OR
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
GRAMMAR:
Сравнительные таблицы. Настоящее время
Present Simple и Present Progressive
Условия употребления настоящего простого и продолженного времен
Present Simple
every (day, year, lesson), always, often, seldom,
usually, sometimes, as a rule,
generally, from time to time
Present Progressive
now
Построение утвердительных предложений
Present Simple
Present Progressive
S + V/V-s
S + am/is/are + V-ing
I jump very well. Я очень хорошо прыгаю.
I am jumping now. Я сейчас прыгаю.
Не jumps very well. Он очень хорошо прыгает.
Не is jumping now. Он сейчас прыгает.
She jumps very well. Она очень хорошо прыгает.
She is jumping now. Она сейчас прыгает.
The cat jumps very well. Кот очень хорошо прыгает.
The cat is jumping now. Кот сейчас прыгает.
We jump very well. Мы очень хорошо прыгаем.
We are jumping now. Мы сейчас прыгаем.
You jump very well. Вы очень хорошо прыгаете. Ты
очень хорошо прыгаешь.
You are jumping now. Вы сейчас прыгаете. Ты
сейчас прыгаешь.
They jump very well. Они очень хорошо прыгают.
They are jumping now. Они сейчас прыгают.
Построение отрицательных предложений
Present Simple
Present Progressive
S +do/does + not + V
S + am/is/are + not +V-ing
I do not jump very well. Я очень хорошо
прыгаю.
I am not jumping now. Я сейчас прыгаю.
Не does not jump very well. Он очень хорошо
прыгает.
Не is not jumping now. Он сейчас прыгает.
She does not jump very well. Она очень
хорошо прыгает.
She is not jumping now. Она сейчас прыгает.
The cat does not jump very well. Кот очень
хорошо прыгает.
The cat is not jumping now. Кот сейчас
прыгает.
We do not jump very well. Мы очень хорошо
прыгаем.
We are not jumping now. Мы сейчас прыгаем.
You do not jump very well. Вы очень хорошо
прыгаете. Ты очень хорошо прыгаешь.
You are not jumping now. Вы сейчас
прыгаете. Ты сейчас прыгаешь.
They do not jump very well. Они очень
хорошо прыгают.
They are not jumping now. Они сейчас
прыгают.
Построение вопросительных предложений
Present Simple
Present Progressive
Do/does + S +V ?
Am/is/are + S+V-ing?
Do I jump well? Я хорошо прыгаю?
Am I jumping now? Я сейчас прыгаю?
Does he jump well? Он хорошо прыгает?
Is he jumping now? Он сейчас прыгает?
Does she jump well? Она хорошо прыгает?
Is she jumping now? Она сейчас прыгает?
Does the cat jump well? Кот хорошо
прыгает?
Is the cat jumping now? Кот сейчас
прыгает?
Do we jump well? Мы хорошо прыгаем?
Are we jumping now? Мы сейчас
прыгаем?
Do you jump well? Вы хорошо прыгаете?
Ты хорошо прыгаешь?
Are you jumping now? Вы сейчас
прыгаете? Ты сейчас прыгаешь?
Do they jump well? Они хорошо прыгают?
Are they jumping now? Они сейчас
прыгают?
Exercises
I. Complete the sentences. Use these verbs:
boil, close, cost, cost, like, like, meet, open, speak,
teach, wash
1. Margaret … four languages.
2. In Britain the banks usually … at 9.30 in the morning.
3. The City Museum … at 5 o'clock in the evening.
4. Tina is a teacher. She … mathematics to young children.
5. My job is very interesting. I … a lot of people.
6. Peter … his hair twice a week.
7. Food is expensive. It … a lot of money.
8. Shoes are expensive. They … a lot of money.
9. Water … at 100 degrees Celsius.
10.Julia and I are good friends. I … her and she … me.
III. Complete the sentences. All of them are
negative. Use don't/doesn't + one of these verbs:
cost, go, know, read, see, use, wear
1. I buy a newspaper every day but sometimes I … it.
2. Paul has a car but he …it very often.
3. They like films but they … to the cinema very often.
4. Amanda is married but she … a ring.
5. I … much about politics. I'm not interested in it.
6. It's not an expensive hotel. It … much to stay there.
7. Brian lives near us but we … him very often.
IV. Write questions. Use the words in brackets
(…) + do/does. Put the words in the right order:
(where / live / your parents?)
2. (you / early / always / get up?)
3. (how often / TV / you / watch?)
4. (you / want / what / for dinner?)
5. (Kb / you / football?)
6. (your brother/like/football?)
7. (what / you / do / in the evenings?)
8. (your sister / work / where?)
9. (to the cinema / often / you /go?)
10.(what / mean / this word?)
11.(often / snow / it / here?)
12.(go / usually / to bed / what time / you?)
13.(how much / to phone New York / it / cost?)
14.(you / for breakfast / have / usually / what?)
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II. Write sentences from these words. Put the
verb in the right form (arrive or arrives etc.):
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2.
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6.
7.
8.
(always / early / Sue / arrive)
(basketball /I / play / often)
(work / Margaret 7 hard / usually)
(Jenny / always / nice clothes / wear)
(dinner / we / have / always / at 7.30)
(television / Tim / watch / never)
(like / chocolate / children / usually)
(Julia / parties / enjoy / always)
V. What's happening at the moment? Write
true sentences:
VI. Write questions from these words. Use
is or are and put the words in order:
(I / wash / my hair)
2. (it/ snow)
3. (I / sit / on a chair)
4. (I/eat)
5. (it/rain)
6. (I/learn/English)
7. (I / listen / to music)
8. (the sun / shine)
9. (I / wear / shoes)
10.(I / read / a newspaper)
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
(working / Paul / today?)
(what / doing / the children?)
(you / listening / to me?)
(where / going / your friends?)
(your parents / television / watching?)
(what / cooking / Ann?)
(why / you / looking / at me?)
(coining / the bus?)
Photos: MOSCOW
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TEXT
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Photos: St. Petersburg
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А
TEXT
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Photos: EKATERINBURG
NAMES
Europe - Европа
 Asia - Азия
 the Pacific Ocean - Тихий океан
 the Arctic Ocean - Северный Ледовитый океан
 the Black Sea – Черное море
 the Baltic Sea – Балтийское море
 China - Китай
 Mongolia - Монголия
 Korea - Корея
 Kazakhstan - Казахстан
 Georgia - Грузия
 Azerbaijan - Азербайджан
 Norway - Норвегия
 Finland - Финляндия
 the Baltic States - Прибалтийские государства
 Belorussia – Белоруссия
 the Ukraine - Украина
 the Great Russian Plain — Русская (ВосточноЕвропейская) равнина
 the West Siberian Lowland — ЗападноСибирская низменность
 the Urals — Уральские горы
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the Caucasus – Кавказ
 the Altai – Алтай (горы)
 the Volga – Волга (река)
 the Caspian Sea – Каспийское море
 the Ob – Обь (река)
 the Yenisei – Енисей (река)
 the Lena – Лена (река)
 the Amur — Амур (река)
 the Far East — Дальний Восток
 Lake Baikal — озеро Байкал
 Siberia – Сибирь
 Yuri Dolgoruki - Юрий Долгорукий
 the Duma – Дума
 Tsar Peter the Great - Царь Петр Великий
(Петр I)
 Napoleon— Наполеон
 the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great —
Колокольня Ивана Великого
 the Tsar-Cannon — Царь-пушка
 the Tsar-Bell — Царь-колокол
 St. Basil's Cathedral — собор Василия
Блаженного
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Kazan — Казань
Ivan the Terrible] - Иван Грозный
Barma— Барма
Postnik — Постник
the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts — Музей
Изобразительных искусств им. Пушкина
 the State Tretyakov Gallery— Государственная
Третьяковская галерея
 the Bolshoi Opera House — Большой театр
оперы и балета
 St. Petersburg - Санкт-Петербург
 Russian Empire - Российская Империя
 the Neva River - p. Нева
 the Hermitage - Эрмитаж
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the Winter Palace - Зимний дворец
the Russian» Museum - Русский музей
St. Isaac's Cathedral — Исаакиевский
собор
 the Peter-and-Paul Fortress —
Петропавловская крепость
 Palace Square — Дворцовая площадь
 the Square of Arts - площадь Искусств
 Isaac's Square — Исаакиевская площадь
 the Great Patriotic War - Великая
Отечественная война
 Nevsky Prospect - Невский проспект
 Decembrists' Square — Площадь
Декабристов
 the Nothern Venice - Северная Венеция
 Petrograd - Петроград
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It was very pleasant to work with you!
Your home task is: to write some
report about some city of our
country.
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