Английский язык. 3 класс. Книга для чтения. Верещагина И.Н., Притыкина Т.А.

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Английский язык. 3 класс. Книга для чтения. Верещагина И.Н., Притыкина Т.А.

Текст из учебника

Lesson 1

Johnny has got a new puppy. What name does he want to give his puppy?
THE NEW PUPPY
(After Kathleen N. Daly) Part I
Here are some new words:
new [nju:] — новый good [gud] — хороший call [ko:l] — называть
Johnny has got a new puppy. It’s very little. It’s a baby. It’s black and white. It’s very nice.
Johnny knows that all puppies have got names. He thinks of a name for his puppy. He thinks, and thinks, and thinks. Then he asks his sister Nelly: «Do you think Rex is a good name for the puppy?»
«No, I don’t think so. Let’s call him Spot.» «OK- I like the name,» says Johnny. «So Spot is his name and he is my new friend.»
Answer the questions.
1. Has Johnny got a new puppy?
2. What colour is the puppy?
3. The puppy is very little, isn’t it?
4. Whom does Johnny ask to think of a name for the puppy?
5. Does his sister like the name «Rex»?
6. What does Johnny call his puppy?
Read and say why Spot is not happy.
Part II
Here are some new words:

happy [Tiaepi] — счастливый
now [паи] — теперь, сейчас
poor thing [‘риэ ‘0ii}] — бедняжка
teach [ti:tj] — учить, обучать
cook meals [‘kuk’mi:lz] — готовить пищу
Spot isn’t happy: he has got a mother, five brothers and two sisters, but they are not with him now. Poor thing!
Johnny knows that Spot isn’t happy. He talks to Spot and plays with him.
Mother teaches Johnny to cook meals for Spot. Spot likes the meals that Johnny cooks for him. He says to Johnny, «Bow-wow-ow.» That is — «Thank you.»
Agree or disagree.
1. Spot has got two brothers and one sister.
2. Spot’s mother, brothers and sisters are with him now.
3. Johnny doesn’t know that Spot isn’t happy.
4. Johnny talks to Spot and plays with him.
5. Mother teaches Johnny to cook meals for Spot.
6. Spot doesn’t like the meals that Johnny cooks for him.
7. Spot thanks Johnny.
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Lesson 3
Johnny teaches his pet, doesn’t he? What does he teach him?
THE NEW PUPPY
Part III
Here are some new words:
a lot of things [s’lot ov ‘9ir)z] — много вещей understand [,Anda’staend] — понимать slippers [‘slipaz] — комнатные туфли quickly [‘kwikli] — быстро clever [‘kleva] — умный
Spot is a baby. Johnny teaches him a lot of things, teaches him to understand the word «No».
«No,» says Johnny when Spot jumps on the table.
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«No,» says Johnny when Spot takes his father’s slippers.
«No,» says Johnny when Spot wants to play with his sister’s toys. Johnny gives Spot his toys to play with.
Spot learns the word «No» very quickly — he is a clever dog, and Johnny is a good teacher.
Spot likes Johnny very much. He is happy when he sees Johnny.
Is that so? Read the sentences which are true to the story.
Spot is a big dog. Spot is a baby.
Johnny teaches him a lot of things. Johnny doesn’t teach his puppy.
Johnny teaches his puppy to understand the word «No».
Johnny teaches his puppy to understand the word «Yes».
Spot jumps on the chair. Spot jumps on the table.
«Yes,» says Johnny when Spot takes his father’s slippers.
«No,» says Johnny when Spot takes his father’s slippers.
Johnny gives Spot his toys to play with. Johnny doesn’t give Spot his toys to play with.
Spot doesn’t learn the word «No» very quickly. Spot learns the word «No» very quickly.
Johnny isn’t a good teacher. Johnny is a good teacher.
Do you think that Johnny and Spot are good friends? Can you prove it?
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Part IV
Here are some new words:
because [bi’koz] — потому что carry [‘kaeri] — носить, таскать walk [wo:k] — прогулка «Heel!» [hi:l] — зд. «Рядом!» it’s hard [hard] — трудно soon [su:n] — скоро sad [saed] — грустный
Then Johnny teaches Spot to answer to his name. Spot learns it very quickly, too, because he is clever.
Johnny says: «Spot!»
And Spot says: «Bow-wow-ow,» that is — «Hello!»
Then Johnny teaches Spot to take, to give and to carry things.
Johnny says: «Spot, give me my slippers!»
Spot runs for Johnny’s slippers and gives them to Johnny with great pleasure. Johnny says: «Good dog!»
Then Johnny teaches Spot to understand the words «come» and «sit».
When Johnny takes Spot for a walk, he says: «Heel!» It’s hard for Spot to learn this word, but soon he understands.
After lessons Johnny talks to Spot. Of course Spot can’t understand words. But he likes to listen to Johnny. And he can tell how Johnny is: when Johnny is sad, Spot is sad, too; when Johnny is happy, Spot is happy, too. Johnny and Spot are good friends.
Arrange the sentences in a logical order according to the text, then use them as a plan to retell it.
After lessons Johnny talks to Spot. Johnny takes Spot for a walk. Johnny teaches his puppy to carry things. The boy teaches his puppy to answer to his name. Johnny teaches Spot to understand the words «come» and «sit». Johnny and Spot are good friends.
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hope you like the story. Now let’s have a talk.
What pet has Johnny got?
What does Johnny call his puppy?
What do you think is a good name for a dog?
Have you got a pet?
What is it?
What do you call your pet?
Do you like your pet’s name?
Describe Spot, please.
Can you describe your pet?
What does Johnny teach Spot?
Do you think Spot is a clever dog? Why?
Do you teach your pet?
What do you teach your pet?
Does your pet learn quickly?
What can your pet do?
Johnny is a good teacher, isn’t he?
What do you think of Johnny?
Are you a good teacher of your pet?
Are you and your pet good friends?
Lesson 3
Do you want to know more about English names? Then read about them and say what you’ve learned.
WHAT’S IN A NAME?
Here are some more new words:
people [‘pi:pl] — люди usually [‘ju:3U9li] — обычно some [sAm] — некоторые job [d3Db] — работа (профессия) baker [‘beiks] — булочник butcher [‘butja] — мясник to end [end] — оканчиваться flower [‘flaus] — цветок violet [‘vaialit] — фиалка a lot = very much
Try to read and guess the meaning of these words:
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English [‘irjgliJ] surname [‘S3:neim] Christian [‘kristjan] name Bible [‘baibl] Rose [rsuz]
English people usually have two or three names, they have surname and first (or Christian) name: Bill Johnson, Helen Smith. Bill is a first (Christian) name. Johnson is a surname. Helen is a first (Christian) name. Smith is a surname.
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Some surnames are words for colours: Black, Brown, White or Green. Some are the names of jobs: Baker or Butcher.
Look at these surnames: Johnson, Peterson, Richardson, Stevenson. They all end with the word «son». That is: the son of John or John’s son — Johnson, the son of Peter or Peter’s son — Peterson.
Children take their father’s surname and wives usually take their husbands’ names.
Many first (Christian) names come from the Bible: Adam, Mary, Peter, Paul.
Many girls’ names come from flowers: Rose, Violet.
As you see names can tell you a lot.
Let’s have a talk.
1. How many names do English people usually have?
2. What are they?
3. Christian is the first name, isn’t it?
4. Let’s take the name Helen Smith. What is the Christian name and what is the surname?
5. Some surnames are words for colours. Which of them do you know?
6. Some surnames are the names of jobs. Find some in the text.
7. Can you find in the text some names that end with the word «son»?
8. Whose surname do children usually take?
9. Whose surname do wives usually take?
10. Some Christian names come from the Bible, don’t they? Find them in the text.
11. Do many girls’ names come from flowers? Do you remember any?
12. Now you know something about English names. And what about Russian frAjn] names?
13. How many names do Russian people have?
14. As English names some Russian names are also the names of colours, jobs, flowers. Can you name some?

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