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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1285 : 20 Июнь 2018, 19:02:10 »
Проект "Благодарим Мать-Землю"
(руководитель Михайлова Н. А.)

1. Поможем братья нашим меньшим:
а) приют;
б) школьные стенды (посвящённые данной теме);
в) "Рисуем животных!" (программа для маленьких).
г) ведение форума "Поможем братьям нашим меньшим";

2. Художники:
а) связь (звонки, приглашения,  встречи); (А.М., И.Г.)
б) ведение форума по художникам;
в) школьные стенды (посвящённые данной теме);
г) флешмобы , диктанты,  сочинения по картинам и т.д. (А.М., О.В., другие преподаватели)
д) картины, слежение за ними, инвентаризация.

3. Театр:
а) выходы в  театр;
б) ведение форума по театральным темам;

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« Ответ #1284 : 20 Июнь 2018, 16:32:42 »
 
O’Henry (biography)
(1862-1910)
1
О’Henry is a pseudonym of William Sidney Porter, American writer, famous for his short stories. He was bom in Greensboro. North Carolina and left school in his midteens. He worked in different jobs: as a bank teller (служащий в банке), as a journalist, etc. He founded a comic weekly magazine "The Rolling Stone” (1894- 1895) and then wrote a humorous daily column for a solid magazine.

2
In 1898 he was convicted of embezzlement (растрата) committed during the years as a bank teller, and served a three-year term in the federal penitentiary, where, some biographers say, he started to write his short stories. After that he settled in New York City, and wrote short stories for the popular magazines of his day. His short stories are full of colourfull details, humor and irony. There is always a surprise at the end. These qualities as well as many others made his stories attractive to the present day.

The Gift of the Magi
Part 1
1
• One dollar and eight-seven cents. That was ail. Three times Delia counted it. One dollar and eighty-seven cents. And the next day would be Christmas. Let’s take a look at Della’s home. A furnished flat at S8 per week and the income was S20 a week. Twenty dollars a week doesn’t go far. Expenses were greater. They always are. Only one dollar and eight-seven cents to buy a present for Jim. Her Jim. She wanted to buy something nice for him, something fine.

2
There were two possessions the family was proud of. One Jim’s gold watch that had been his father’s and his grandfather’s. The other was Della’s hair. It was long and shining like a cascade of brown waters. The Queen of Sheba (царица Савская) and King Solomon would have envied these possessions.

3
Della put on her brown jacket and her brown hat and went out to the street. Where she stopped the sign read “Mme. Sofronie. Hair Goods of All Kinds.” Madame, large, too white, looked at her. “Will you buy my hair?” asked Della. “I buy hair,” said Madame. “Take your hat off and let’s have a look at it.” “Twenty dollars”, said Madame, lifting the mass of Della’s hair with a practiced hand. “Give it to me quick”, said Della.

4
Della rushed to the stores for Jim’s present. She found it at last. It was a platinum chain simple in design. It was worthy of Jim’s watch. It was like him. Quietness and value - the description applied to both. Twenty - one dollars they took from her for it, and she hurried home with the 87 cents. With that chain on his watch Jim might be comfortable in any company.

5
When Della came home she got out her curling irons and lighted the gas and went to work. Within forty minutes her head was covered with pretty curls that made her look wonderfully like a schoolboy.
sn't kill me,” she said to herself, “If Jim doesn't kill me,” she said to herself, “he’ll say I look like a Coney Island chorus girl (хористка с Кони Айленда) But what could I do - oh! What could I do with a dollar and eighty-seven cents?”
At 7 o’clock the coffee was made and everything was ready to cook chops.

Part 2
1
Jim was never late. Soon Della heard the step on the stair, and she turned white for just a moment. She said: “Please God, make him think I am still pretty”. The door opened and Jim came in and closed it. Jim looked thin and very serious. Poor boy, he was only twenty-two and to be burdened with a family! He needed a new overcoat and he was without gloves.

2
“Jim, darling”, Della, said, “don’t look at me that way. I had mv hair cut off and sold it because I wanted to buy a Christmas present for you. The hair will grow out again. I just had to do it. My hair grows awfully fast. Say “Merry Christmas”, Jim, and let’s be happy. You don’t know what a nice - what a beautiful, nice gift I’ve got for you.”

3
Jim looked about the room curiously. “You say your hair is gone?” he said, with an air almost of idiocy. “You needn’t look for it”, said Della. “It’s sold, I tell you - sold and gone, too. It’s Christmas Eve, boy. Be good to me, for it went for you. Maybe the hairs of my head were numbered, but nobody could ever count my love for you. Shall I put the chops on, Jim?”

4
Jim drew a package from the overcoat pocket. “Don’t make any mistake, Dell,” he said, “about me. There’s nothing in the world that could make me like my girl any less.” Della unwrapped the package and found The Combs there - the set of combs that Della had worshipped for long in a Broadway window. They were very expensive combs, she knew, and now they were hers. “My hair grows so fast, Jim,” she said.

5
And then Della showed her present to Jim. “Isn’t it beautiful, Jim? I walked all over town to find it. You’ll have to look at the time three times a day now. Give me your watch. I want to see how it looks on it”. Jim smiled. “Dell”, said he, “let’s put our Christmas presents away and keep them a while. They are too nicе to use just at present. I sold the watch to get the money to buy your combs. And now put the chops on.”
6
The magi were wise men. They brought gifts to the Babe in the manger (ясли, куда волхвы принесли дары младенцу Иисусу) They invented the art of giving Christmas presents and their gifts were wise ones. The two foolish children in a flat sacrificed for each other the greatest treasures of their house. However, let it be said that of all who give gifts these two were the wisest. Of all who give and receive gifts, such as they are the wisest everywhere they are the wisest. They are the magi.


Key words and word combinations
Part 1
                           1
-O’Henry is a pseudonym of William Sidney Porter
-Greensboro, North Carolina
-school in his midteens
-a bank teller
-The Rolling Stone

                           2
-he was convicted of embezzlement
-served a three-year term in the federal penitentiary

                           1
-a furnished flat -the income

                           2
-there were two possessions
-was proud of
-the Queen of Sheba
-king Solomon would have envied

                           3
-lifting the mass of Della's hair with a practiced hand

                           4
-Della rushed to the stores -home
-Jim might be comfortable

                           5
-she got out her curling irons -lighted the gas -went to work
-pretty curls that made her look
-if Jim doesn't kill me
-I look like a Coney Island chorus girl

Part 2

                           1
-Jim was never late
-Jim came in and closed it
-to be burdened with a family

                           2
-I had my hair cut off and sold it -will grow out again -I just had to do it
-awfully fast

                           3
-Jim looked about the room curiously -were numbered

                           4
-there’s nothing in the world that could make me like my girl any less
-the set of combs
-Della had worshiped for long

                           5
-let’s put our Christmas presents away -to use just at present

                           6
-they brought gifts to the babe in the manger
-they invented the art of giving Christmas presents
-wise ones
-two foolish children
-sacrificed for each other

Homework listening comprehension
Part 1
1.   O’Henry was bom in 1862 and, his biographers say, started to write his short stories in prison. He had worked as a bank teller and committed embezzlement. As a result, he spent three years in the federal penitentiary. The years were not spent in vain. As it has been said his famous short stories appeared there.

2.   O’Henry was a capable man. He tried different jobs. He was a bank teller, a journalist. He founded a comic weekl". He
didn’t live a long life. He died in 1910, at the age of 48.

3.   "The Gift of the Magi” is one of the best short stories by О’Henry. It’s about a boy and a girl who were so much in love with each other that they could sacrifice their most expensive possessions for their love.

4.   Della had a cascade of beautiful hair, Jim had an expensive watch that had been his father’s and grandfather’s. They both sold their possessions to give an expensive Christmas present to each other.

5.   Della went out to the street and stopped in front of the sign "Hair Goods of All Kinds”. Madame Sofronie asked Della to take off her hat and show her hair. She lifted the mass of Della’s hair and said that the price was twenty dollars. Della agreed to sell her beautiful hair for this price.

6.   Della rushed to the stores looking for Jim’s present. She found a platinum chain and decided it was just the present for her beloved boy. They took twenty-one dollars for it, and Della hurried home to meet Jim there.

7.   Della hurried home with the 87 cents left from her expensive purchase. Della was happy because she could give her beloved boy an expensive and beautiful present for Christmas. It was a platinum chain for Jim's watch. The watch inherited from his father and grandfather and the new chain went together.

8.   When Della came home she started to work. She got out the curling irons and lighted the gas. Forty minutes later her head was covered with curls. Della looked very pretty.

9.   Della looked pretty with the new hair-do. However she was nervous. She was not sure Jim would like her new schoolboy look. At 7 o’clock Della was ready to meet Jim. 


Part 2
1.   Jim was never late. He always returned home at 7 o'clock. When Della heard his step on the stair she became nervous. "Please God, make him think I’m still pretty”. She was so nervous she even turned white for a moment.

2.   Jim was thin and serious. He was only twenty-two, but already had a family. He earned the living of his small family, and they never had enough money. He needed a new overcoat and gloves. His biggest possession was a watch which had been his father’s and grandfather’s.

3.   Delia loved Jim so much she had her beautiful hair cut off and sold it for twenty dollars. She wanted to buy an expensive Christmas present for her boy, and she did it. As for the. hair it will grow quickly. That was what she was telling Jim when he returned home and saw his girl’s new look.

4.   It took Della some time to persuade Jim that her beautiful hair that was gone will grow fast, that she loved Jim and that was the most important thing in the world. The hairs on her head could be numbered, but nobody could count her love for Jim.

5.   Della was mistaken about Jim. Nothing could make him love her any less. Jim gave her a package. Della unwrapped it and found the combs there that she had worshipped for long in a Broadway window.

6.   Then Della showed her present to Jim. She walked all over town to find it. The platinum chain for Jim’s watch looked expensive and beautiful. Jim smiled. "Dell, let’s put our Christmas presents away and keep them a while. I sold the watch to get the money to buy your combs. Our presents are too nice to use them at present.”

7.   The title of the short story is "The Gifts of the Magi”. They invented the art of giving Christmas presents - as history says it. they brought gifts to the Babe in the manger. The two kids. Delia and Jim. were the wisest - they sacrificed for
each other the greatest treasures of their house.

Homework listening comprehension
The instructions could be:
1.   Listen to the text and write the script of it.
2.   Write questions to the text.
3.   Reproduce the story close to the text.
4.   Say what the text is about.

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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1283 : 20 Июнь 2018, 12:15:26 »
Jack London (biography)
1876-1916

   Jack London, the famous American writer, was born in San Francisco. The family was poor and Jack began to work when he was nine years old. He got up at three in the morning and carried newspaper to people's house. After that the boy went to school. When school was over,  he carried the evening newspapers round the town. On Saturdays and Sundays he worked at a hotel. The boy liked to read and spent all his free time with books.

   Jack London left school at thirteen. After that he worked for ten and more hours every day, but he soon lost his work. Many people in San Francisco had no work at that time, so they  decided to march to Washington and ask for work and bread. Jack marched to Washington, too. He didn't get any work there, but was arrested with ohter workers.

   At that time London met a man who spoke to him about socialism and about Karl Marx. When London came back to San Francisco, he began to read books on socialism. For a year London wasba student at a univercity. But he soon left it. He had no money and couldn't pay to the univercity. He found work at a factory  and in the evening wrote poems and stories. But nobody wanted to publish his stories.

   Gold was found in Alaska at tat time, so London went there. He lived in Alaska for a year, but he didn't find any gold. He met heroes for stories there – strong men. Back in San Francisco, Jack worked in different places and at  night wrote his stories about the North. In 1898 some of them were published and people liked them very much.. In 1902 Jack London visited the capital of England and wrote a novel about the poor people of London.

   Jack London liked strong-willed people. His herous struggle with severe nature and tricks of fortune. He liked winners and almost all his characters were the ones.

   He wrote short-story collections about the North: «The Son of the Wolf», «The Children of the Frost», «Love of Life and Other
   Among his other famous works are "The Iron Heel", "The Call of the Wild", "The Sea Wolf", "White Fang".
   One of the novels was Martin Eden, in which the writer describes his life.

Martin Eden
Part 1

1
    Martin Eden, a strong man and talented worker, belongs to a working-class family. He meets Ruth Morse, a girl from a rich bourgeois family, and falls in love with her. He decides to become her equal in knowledge and culture. He must make a career for himself and become famous. He begins to read and study and Ruth helps him.
2
    A week of heavy reading had passed since the evening he first met Ruth Morse, and still he didn't dare to go and see her. He was afraid of making mistakes in speech and manners.
3
   Martin tried to read books that required years of preparatory work. One day he read a book on philosophy, and the next day a book on art. He read poetry, he read books by Karl Marx. He didn't understand what he was reading but he wanted to know. He had become interested in economy, industry and politics. He sat up in bed and tried to read, but the dictionary was in front of him more often than the book. He looked up so many new words that when he saw them again, he had forgotten their meaning and had to look them up again. He decided to write the words down in a note-book, and filled page after page with them. And still he could not understand what he was reading.
   Poetry was not difficult. He loved poetry and beauty, and there he found beauty, as he found it in music.
4
    At last Martin Eden had enough courage to go and see Ruth. She met him at the door herself and took him into the living-room. They talked first of the books he had borrowed from her, then poets. He told her of his plans to educate
5
  "You should go back and finish grammar school, and then go through the high school and university." Ruth said.
    "But that takes money." he said.
    "Oh!" she cried. "I had not thought of that. But then you have relatives, somebody who could help you?"
     He shook his head.

6
   "My father and mother are dead. I have two sisters and some brothers, - I am the younger, -but they never helped anybody. The oldest died in India. Two are in South Africa now, and another one is on fishing boat at sea. One is travelling wish a circus. And I think I am just like them. I have taken care of myself since I was eleven - that s when my mother died. I think I must study by myself, and what to know is where to
                                                                             
7
   "I should say the first thing of all would be to get grammar. Your grammar is not particularly good."
   He got red. "I know I talk a lot of slang. I know words, picked them up from books, but I cannot say them correctly, so i don't use them."
       "It is not what you say, so much as how you say it. You don't mind my saying that, do you? I don't want to hurt you.
   "No,no," he cried. "Tell me everything I must know, and I had better hear it from you that from anybody else."
   "Well, then, you say 'You was'; it must be ' You were'. You say ' I seen' for ' I saw'.
    "That is clear," said Martin. "I never thought of it before."
     "You will find it all in the grammar," she said and went to the bookcase. She took one of the books from the shelf and gave it to Martin.


Part 2

1
    A few months after Martin Eden started to educate himself, he had to go to sea again as all his money was spent. He went as a sailor on a ship that was going to the South Sea.
2
   The captain of the ship had a complete Shakespeare,which he never read. Martin had washed his clothes for him and in return he was allowed to read the books. For a time all the world took the from of Shakespearean tragedy or comedy;even Martin`s thoughts were expressed in the language of Shakespeare. This trained his ear and gave him a feeling for good English.
   
3
   The eight month were spent well; he iearnet to understand  Shakespeare and speak correctly, and what was most important, he learned muth abaut himself. Now he knew that he could more than he had done. He wanted to show Ruth the beauty of the South Sea and decided to do it in his letters.
   
4
                                                                   
   And then the great idea came to him. He would describe the beauty of the world not only for Ruth but for other people as well.He could do it. He would be one of the eyes through which the world saw,one of the ears through which the world heard,one of the hearts through which it felt.He would be a writer.He would write-everything-poerty and prose,novels and descriptions,and plays like Shakespeare. There was career and the way to win Ruth.
   
5
   For the 1st time he saw the aim of his life, and saw it in the middle of the great sea. Martin decided to begin writing when he comes back. He would describe the voyage to the Sought Sea and sell it to somew San Francisco newspaper. He would go on studying, and then, after some time, when he had learned and prepared himself, he would write great things.
   
6
   When Martin Eden returned to San Fransisco, he began to write. He sent his works to newspapers and magazines, but the editors sent his manuscripts back. Martin continued to write and study at the same time.
                                                                                             
7
   Martin lived in a small room where he slept, studied, wrote and cooked his meals. Before the window there was the kitchen table that served as desk and library. The bed occupied two-thirds of the room. Martin slept 5 hours; only a man in very good health could work for nineteen hours a day. He never lost a moment. On the looking glass were lists of words: when he was shaving or combing his hair, he learned these words. Some lists were on the wall over the kitchen table, and he studied them while he was cooking or washing the dishes. New lists were always put there in place of the old ones.





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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1282 : 20 Июнь 2018, 12:14:36 »
O. Henry (biography)
1862-1910


1
     O’Henry is pseudonym of William Sidney Porter, American writer, famous for his short stories. He was born in Greensboro, North Carolina and left school in his midteens. He worked in different jobs: as a bank teller, as a journalist, etc/ He founded a comic weekly magaxine “The Rolling Stone” (1894-1895)and then wrote a humorous daily column for a solid magazine.


2
     1898 he was convicted of embezzlement committed during the years as a bank teller, and served a three-year term in the federal penitentiary, where, some biographers say, he started to write his short stories. After that he settled in New York City, and wrote short stories for the popular magazines of his day. His short stories are full of colourful details, humor and irony. There is always a surprise at the end. These qualities as well as many others made his stories attractive to the present day.

***

The Gift of the Magi
Part 1

1
     One dollar and eighty-seven cents. That was all. Three times Della counted it. One dollar and eighty-seven cents. And the next day would be Christmas. And take a look at Della's home. A furnished flat at $8 per week and the income was $20 a week. Twenty dollars a week doesn't go far. Expenses were greater. They always are. Only one dollar and eighty-seven cents to buy a present for Jim. Her Jim. She wanted to buy something nice for him, something fine.
2
     There were two possessions the family was proud of.One was Jim's gold watch that had been his father's and his grandfather's. The other was Della's hair. It was long and shining like a cascade of brown waters. The Queen of Sheba and King Solomon would have envied these possessions.
3
     Della put on her brown jacket and her brown hat and went out to the street. Where she stopped the sign read "A sign reads: 'Mme. Sofronie. Hair Goods Of All Kinds'. Madame, large, too white looked at her. "Will you buy my hair?" asked Della/ "I buy hair," said Madame. "Take your hat off and let's have a look at it." "Twenty dollars", said Madame, lifting the mass of Della's hair with a practiced hand. "Give it to me quick," said Della.
4
    She rushed to the stores for Jim's present. She found it at last. It was a platinum chain simple in design. It was worthy of Jim's watch. It was like him. Quietness and value—the description applied to both. Twenty-one dollars they took from her for it, and she hurried home with the 87 cents.
5
    When Della came home she got out her curling irons and lighted the gas and went to work/ Within forty minutes her head was covered with pretty curls that made her look wonderfully like a schoolboy.
    "If Jim doesn't kill me," she said to herself, "he'll say I look like a Coney Island chorus girl. But what could I do - oh! "What could i do with a dollar and eighty-seven cents?"
     At seven o'clock the coffee was made and everything was ready to cook chops.



Part 2

1
    Jim was never late. Soon Della heard the step on the stair, and she turned white for just a moment. She said ‘’Please God, make him think I am still pretty’’ The door opened and Jim came in and close it. Jim looked thin and very serious. Poor boy, he was only twenty-two and to be burdened with a family! He needed a new overcoat and he was without gloves.

2
    "Jim,darling", Della said, "don't look at me that way.I had my hair cut off and sold it because I wanted to buy a Christmas present for you. The hair will grow out again. I justhad to do it. My hair grows awfully fast. Say "Merry Christmas", Jim, and let's be happy. You don't know what a nice-what a beautiful, nice gift I've got for you."

3
    Jim looked about the room curiously. "You say your hair is gone?" he said, with an air almost of idiocy. "You needn't look for it", said Della. "It's sold, I tell you- sold and gone, too. It's Christmas Eve, boy.  Be good to me, for it went for you. Maybe the hairs of my head were numbered, but nobody could ever count my love for you. Shall I put the chops on, Jim?

4
    Jim drew a package from the overcoat pocket. “Don’t make any mistake, Dell,” he said, “about me”. There is  nothing in the world that could make me like my girl any less. Della unwrapped the package and found The combs there - the set of combs that Della had worshipped for long in a Broadway window. They were very expensive combs, she knew? and now the were hers. "My hair grows so fast, Jim" she said.

5
    And then Della showed her present to Jim. "Isn't it beautiful, Jim?" I walked all over town to find it. You'll have to look at the time three times a day now. Give me your watch. I want to see how it looks on it." Jim smiled. "Dell", said he, "let's put our Christmas presents away and keep them a while." They are too nice to use just at present. I sold the watch to get the money to buy your combs. And now put the chops on.




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« Ответ #1281 : 20 Июнь 2018, 11:26:25 »
Проект "Благодарим Мать-Землю"
(руководитель Михайлова Н. А.)

1. Поможем братья нашим меньшим:
а) приют;
б) школьные стенды (посвящённые данной теме);
в) "Рисуем животных!" (программа для маленьких).
г) ведение форума "Поможем братьям нашим меньшим";

2. Художники:
а) связь (звонки, приглашения,  встречи); (А.М., И.Г.)
б) ведение форума по художникам;
в) школьные стенды (посвящённые данной теме);
г) флешмобы , диктанты,  сочинения по картинам и т.д. (А.М., О.В., другие преподаватели)
д) картины, слежение за ними, инвентаризация.

3. Театр:
а) выходы в  театр;
б) ведение форума по театральным темам;

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« Ответ #1280 : 19 Июнь 2018, 18:19:07 »
 
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« Ответ #1279 : 19 Июнь 2018, 17:46:21 »


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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1278 : 19 Июнь 2018, 17:46:13 »
Вот и я  так подсчитала.
Первое полугодие - 15 сред - полных 7 клубов +1(19 января)
Второе полугодие - 19 сред - 9 полных клубов  +1 ( из них (-1) 29 -приходится на экзамены)
Итог -16 полных клубов + 2(19 января  и 29 мая)


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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1277 : 19 Июнь 2018, 17:08:57 »
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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1276 : 17 Июнь 2018, 11:14:31 »
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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1275 : 15 Июнь 2018, 17:54:22 »



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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1274 : 07 Июнь 2018, 14:04:59 »
1

“Oh No, Rhett” she cried. “All I know is that you do not love me and you are going away! Oh, my darling, if you go, what shall I do?”
He waited for a moment and then said:
“Scarlett, I don’t want to pick up broken fragments anymore and stick them together. What is broken is broken. Perhaps, if I were younger- may be. But I’m too old to believe in such things. I’m too old to listen to your lies. I can’t live with you and lie to you and I certainly can’t lie to myself. I can’t even lie to you now. I wish I could care what you do or where you go, but I don’t.”
 “My dear, I don’t really care.”

2

    Scarlett silently watched Rhett go upstairs, feeling that she would die from the pain in her heart. She knew now that he had been sure about every word he said. She knew because she felt in him something strong and unusual. Something she had looked for in Ashley and never found.

3

She had never understood the two men she had loved and so she had lost them both. Now, she knew that, had she ever understood Ashley, she would never have loved him; had she ever understood Rhett, she would never have lost him. She wasn’t sure if she had ever really understood anyone in the world.

4

There was sadness in her heart now, a sadness that she knew would become a strong pain.
“I won’t think of it now,” she thought. “I’ll go crazy if I think about losing him now. I’ll think of it tomorrow.”
“But,” cried her heart, “I can’t let him go! There must be some way!”
She could get Rhett back. She knew she could.
“I’ll think of it all tomorrow, at Tara. Tomorrow, I’ll think of some way to get him back. After all, tomorrow is another day.”

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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1273 : 06 Июнь 2018, 13:12:14 »
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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1272 : 05 Июнь 2018, 17:13:20 »
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The war between the North and the South has started. The Yankees were coming. The army was leaving. What should she do? Where should she run?
Suddenly she thought of Rhett Butler and calmed down. She hated him, but he was strong and smart and he wasn’t afraid of the Yankees. He was still in town. And he had a horse and carriage, too. Oh, why hadn’t she thought of him before! He could take them all away from this terrible place, away from the Yankees!
She called her servant girl and said: “Prissy, find Rhett Buttler! Only he can help!” And Prissy ran away.

2

Scarlett was waiting on the porch for Rhett to come. It seemed hours before he came. At last, she saw him far up the road and rushed to greet him. Even in this situation, Rhett was very well and fashionably dressed and in the belt of his trousers he had 2 dueling pistols.  His pockets were full with ammunition.
 “Good evening,” he said, “I heard you were going to take a trip.”
“If you make any jokes, I will never speak to you again,” she said with trembling voice “I am scared to death and we haven’t got time to talk. We must get out of here.”
“At your service, Madam. But, where are you going?”
 “I’m going home, to Tara! Oh, Rhett, we must hurry!”
 “There, there, darling,” he said softly. “Don’t cry. You shall go home, my brave little girl. You shall go home. Don’t cry.”

3

The wagon was very small and the horse was not very fast. Scarlett’s teeth chattered, she was very cold and frightened.
“Hurry!” It was the only word in her mind. Hurry! Hurry!
“Soldiers,” said Rhett Butler and stopped the horse.
The group of soldiers came down Marietta Street, between the burning buildings. They looked very tired, many of them didn’t have boots and they had bad, torn clothes.

Ahead of them was a tunnel of fire where buildings were burning on both sides of the short, narrow street that led to the railroad. Rhett whipped the horse and they jumped into it. Scarlett  thanked God for his presence. It was so good to have such a man near her.

4

“Oh, Rhett,” she whispered, “What would I have ever done without you? I’m so glad you aren’t in the army!”
He turned his head and looked at her strictly.
“We’re out of town now,” said Rhett shortly and stopped the horse, “and on the main road.”
“Hurry. Don’t stop!”
“Let the animal have a rest. The horse is tired”
Please, Rhett, let’s go home. The horse isn’t tired.”
“Just a minute. It’s only YOU who is going home. And I am leaving you.”
“Leaving us? Where-where are you going?”
“I am going, dear girl, with the army.”
Scarlett thought he was joking. But he wasn’t.
“Get out,” he ordered.
She was just looking at him. Rhett caught her under the arms and put on the ground beside him.
“I’m not asking you to understand or forgive me” he said “But our fair Southland needs every man. I love you so much, my dear Scarlett. But I must be going. I’m off to the war.”
And he kissed her.

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Re: Рабочие материалы V.B.
« Ответ #1271 : 04 Июнь 2018, 19:59:49 »
Homework
1. Listen to the text and write the script of it.
2. Make up questions to the text.
3. Reproduce the story close to the text.
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