Английский язык. Учебник для 3 класса. Часть 2. Верещагина И.Н., Притыкина Т.А.

Учебник является основным компонентом учебно-методического комплекта «Английский язык» и предназначен для учащихся 3 класса общеобразовательных организаций и школ с углублённым изучением английского языка.
Авторы предлагают учащимся задания и упражнения в рамках девяти тем, которые будут интересны детям младшего школьного возраста. Задания учебника направлены на тренировку учащихся во всех видах речевой деятельности (аудировании, говорении, чтении и письме) и обеспечивают достижение личностных, метапредметных и предметных результатов.
Содержание учебника соответствует требованиям Федерального государственного образовательного стандарта начального общего образования.

Английский язык. Учебник для 3 класса. Часть 2.

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Дорогие девочки и мальчики!
Этот учебник состоит из двух частей. Это вторая часть. По ней вы продолжите изучать английский язык.
Так же как и раньше, обязательно слушайте записи на дисках, выполняйте задания по рабочей тетради и книге для чтения.
Грамматический справочник в конце учебника поможет вам при изучении грамматики.
Желаем успеха!
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The Forty-sixth Lesson * Lesson Forty-six
Let Us Learn
Do you remember the names of the parts of the body? Name them, please.
Pretend you’ve got a these questions. Let dialogue.
little sister (brother). You her (him) answer them.
ask her (him) Role-play the
Example — What do you hear1 with?
— I hear with my ears.
What do What do What do What do What do
you see with?
you eat with?
you walk with?
you write with?
you think with? Learn to pronounce and use the new words,
51
1 hear [his] — слышать
Pets and Other Animals I
4 Look at the pictures and name domestic and wild animals. Example A cow is а … animal.
Let Us Listen, Read and Learn
5 Listen, read and learn, (o) 52.
WHAT DO WE DO WITH
We smell1 with our nose, We see with our eyes, We eat with our mouth Tasty puddings and pies.2
1 smell [smel] — нюхать
2 pie [pai] — пирог
With legs and feet we walk, With lips1 and tongue2 we talk, And with our ears We can hear.
(б Listen to the action song «Head and Shoulders», (©) 53. Read and learn to sing it.
P HEAD AND SHOULDERS &
Head and shoulders, Knees3 and toes, Knees and toes. Head and shoulders, Knees and toes, Knees and toes.
And eyes and ears, And mouth and nose. Head and shoulders, Knees and toes, Knees and toes. Arms and legs, And feet and hands, Feet and hands. Arms and legs, And feet and hands. Feet and hands.
And eyes and ears, And mouth and nose. Head and shoulders Knees and toes, Knees and toes.
1 lip [lip] — губа
2 tongue [Uij] — язык
3 knee [ni:] — колено
Pets and Other Animals I
Let Us Read
(7 Use the right word for each gap and read the text.
This is my doll. Her name is Polly. She’s a big … . She’s got big blue …, little ears, a short … and a little red … . Her … is long and yellow.
She’s got two arms: this is her right … and this is her … arm. She’s got ten …: five on her
right hand and five on her ……. Her fingers
are … . She’s got long legs, little … and … little toes: five on her … foot and … on her…….
My doll is very … . She can do many things: with her … she can eat tasty things; with her … and feet she walks; with her tongue and lips she … . And with her … she can hear me. I say: «Polly, dear!» and my doll says: «Ma-ma.»
I think my doll is very nice and … . I love my doll.
Read the text and say why the woman ran away.
WHY DIP SHE RUN AWAY?
Yesterday Rover came to the Zoo to visit his friends. Suddenly1 he saw a new animal. It was yellow, brown and black. It had a little head, long legs, a long tail and a very, very long neck!
Rover came up to the animal and said:
«Hello, … Excuse me, I don’t know your name.»
«That’s all right. My name is Blaze.»
«Who are you? I didn’t see you here last month.»
«I’m a giraffe. I lived in Africa. But now I live here, at the Zoo. I like it here. Children and their parents often come to see me. They always bring me a lot of things to eat: fruit and vegetables, sweets and cookies and many other tasty things.»
1 suddenly [‘sAdnli] — вдруг
«Do you eat birds or animals?»
«Oh, no, I don’t. Why are you looking at my neck? You don’t like it, do you?»
«Well, I do! But why is it so long?» «Because1 I eat leaves from the trees. My long neck helps me do it.» «Oh, I see.»
«I like to eat grass, too. You know, one day a woman came to look at me. I saw nice green grass on her hat.2 I thought she wanted to give it to me to eat.
«Of course I thanked her and ate some grass. I didn’t like it! It wasn’t tasty at all! And do you know what the woman did? She ran away! I don’t know why! Can you tell me why she ran away?»
(9 Arrange the sentences in a logical order according to the text.
The giraffe didn’t like the grass on the woman’s hat.
Rover came to the Zoo to visit his friends.
One day a woman came to the Zoo.
He saw a new animal.
The giraffe liked living at the Zoo.
The woman ran away.
The giraffe’s neck helps him get food.
1 because [bi’koz] — потому что
2 hat [haet] — шляпа
Pets and Other Animals I
Let Us Talk
10 Now give a short summary of the tale. Try to make it as short as you can: the shorter — the better. Who is the champion?
Make a doll and describe it (Exercise 7 can help you).
Let Us Write_
12 Make sure you know how to write the names of the parts of the body. Copy and fill in the chart (Exercise 1 can help you).
Do Exercise 11 in written form. 14 Learn to write these words.
body, foot (feet), arm, finger, toe, shoulder
Puzzle Time
Read the secret message.
The Forty-seventh
Lesson
Lesson
Forty-seven
Let Us Learn
REMEMBE
long — longer -(the) longest short — shorter — (the) shortest old — older — (the) oldest new — newer — (the) newest
clever — cleverer — (the) cleverest big — bigger — (the) biggest funny — funnier — (the) funniest tasty — tastier — (the) tastiest
(see part 2, Reference Grammar)
(l Agree or disagree.
The elephant is the biggest animal.
The biggest cat is the tiger.
The giraffe’s neck is shorter than the bear’s
The monkey’s tail is longer than the cat’s.
Dogs are cleverer than cats.
Bananas are tastier than apples.
The giraffe has got the longest neck.
Cats are funnier than monkeys.
(2 Compare these funny fellows.
Examples
Jack’s ears are bigger than Ted’s Tim’s ears are the biggest.
Ted
Jack
Pets and Other Animals I
3 Learn to pronounce and use the new words, (©) 54.
4 Learn to read the words and sentences: first read them to yourself, then aloud as quickly as you can.
green — sheep
[ai] wife, write, right, child — wild, a wild animal — wild animals. What wild animals do you know? — Is the monkey a wild animal? — Yes, the monkey is a wild animal.
[e] leg, left, neck, America, domestic, a domestic animal -domestic animals.-What domestic animals do you know?
— I know that the cow and the horse are domestic animals. The pig and the sheep are domestic animals, too.
[ei] made, tasty, stadium, favourite, my favourite book, my favourite sport. — What is your favourite English book?
— My favourite English book is «Pinocchio». The dog is the favourite pet with the English.
[ae] hand, drank, Africa, animal, hamster, a hamster — hamsters. — Can a hamster be a pet? — Yes, many boys and girls keep hamsters as pets at home.
parrot, a parrot — parrots, a nice parrot, a clever parrot, a blue and green parrot. A lot of families keep parrots as pets at home. — Have you got a parrot? — Yes.
— Can your parrot talk? — Yes, my parrot can talk.
[o:] four, walk, always, daughter, for, tortoise, a tortoise -tortoises, a big tortoise, a little tortoise. — Who keeps a tortoise as a pet at home? — I do. — What does your tortoise eat? — My tortoise eats grass, leaves, fruit and vegetables.
[ju:] you, new, pupil, beautiful, a beautiful woman, a beautiful child, a beautiful girl. I think my cat is beautiful. My aunt has got beautiful eyes.
5 Look at the pictures (p. 12) and say what animal you’d like to keep as a pet.
Example I’d like to keep a cat as a pet.
Let Us Listen, Read and Learn
6 Listen to the song «Fingers», (®) 55. Read and learn it.
И FINGERS $
How many fingers have I got? Five on my right hand. Five on my left hand. How many fingers have I got?
Here are two poems. Listen to them, ‘^©j 56. Read them, choose the one you like best of all and learn it by heart.
WHAT CAN’T YOU PO WITHOUT …?
Without your tongue You cannot talk. Without your feet You cannot walk.
Pets and Other Animals I
Without your eyes You cannot see. Without your heart1 You cannot be.
ONLY ONE HEART
I’ve got two legs With which I walk. I’ve got a tongue With which I talk. I’ve got two eyes With which I see. I’ve got one heart To live and be.
Let Us Read
8 Read and say if you’ve got new information about elephants.
THE ELEPHANT
Elephants are the biggest four-legged animals. They are grey and sometimes white. They haven’t got hair. Elephants come from Africa and Asia.2
African elephants have got very big ears and Asia elephants have got little ears.
Elephants have got a very long nose — a trunk [trAQk] and two long white teeth — tusks [Usks].
Elephants eat a lot of food and drink a lot of water. They eat leaves, grass, and fruit.
tusks
trunk
1 heart [ha:t] — сердце
2 Asia [‘eijb] — Азия
Elephants can swim — they are very good swimmers. Elephants love water. — ^
When the elephant sleeps,1 it usually stands. And as you know elephants help man work.
(9 Read the joke.
Bob: Dick, this elephant’s got five legs! Dick: Which elephant?! Bob: The big one!
Dick: No, it hasn’t. It’s got four legs.
Bob: Look! One … two … three … four … five!
Dick:Thsit isn’t a leg! It’s a trunk!
1 sleep [sli:p] — спать
Pets and Other Animals I
Billy Kay loves animals and knows a lot about them. This is what he wrote about tigers.
My favourite animals are tigers. They are orange, black and white. Tigers have got big bodies, long tails and big teeth. Baby-tigers stay1 with their mothers for two years. Tigers live alone.2 They eat meat and fish. They hunt3 different animals. They usually hunt in the long grass. Tigers can swim. They live in Asia. They have got their own territory to live in. /  beautiful animals.
Billy Kay
Let Us Talk
Now you know what Billy’s favourite animal is. And what is yours?
What pet would you like to keep at home and why? Draw the picture of a funny fellow and describe it.
Let Us Write
(j4 What can you write about your favourite animal? (See Exercise 10.)
Last week Bill was in the Zoo. What questions would you ask him? The words in brackets can help you.
Bill went to the Zoo last week. (When?) He went there with his father and sister. (With whom? )
1 stay [stei] — остаются
2 alone [эЧэип] — в одиночку
3 hunt [hAnt] — охотиться

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