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Three men in a boat. Chapter 1.While reading

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Three men in a boat. Chapter 1.While reading :

1.Concentrate your attention on the following words and word combinations while reading the text, translate and remember them.

1) to be out of order (3) 10) to do smb. good (10)
2) determined (4) 11) I’d better ... (8)
3) selfish (5) 12) overwork (9)
4) to feel hurt (5) 13) out of reach (9)
5) there is smth. (nothing) the matter with smb. (5) 14) to care for (15)
6) to examine (5) 15) you can’t beat smth. (10)
7) to do smb. a good turn (6) 16) to be anxious (10)
8) commonplace (6) 17) a hearty eater (11)
9) to do smth. for smb.’s living (8) 18) to put smth. straight (12)

After you read: A. Checking your understanding:

2.Translate into Russian the part of the chapter 1 : p. 12 -13 «So I set my face against the sea trip ... when they are on land is mystery»

3.Переведите предложения: 1.Моя печень не в порядке. 2.Что-то случилось с моим телефоном. 3.Ты очень эгоистичен. 4.Он почувствовал себя обиженным, так как она не позвонила ему. 5. Мой дедушка очень любит поесть. 6.Я твёрдо решил оказать ему услугу. 7.Морское путешествие принесёт тебе пользу. 8.Она очень хотела купить билет на этот спектакль.

  1. Who and under what circumstances made the following statements.

a) Scenery is not in my line;

b) What a doctor wants is practice;

c) Get up and do something for your living, can’t you?

d) Well, what’s the matter with you?

e) What can I get you, sir?

f) Let’s go up the river.

3. Are these sentences true (T) or false (F)?

a) The writer felt better after he had been to the British Museum Library.

b) The three friends really were ill.

c) Harris did not want to go to the country because it was too quiet.

d) There was something wrong with the author’s heart.

e) The author was against the sea trip because he was afraid to be sea-sick.

f) When you are on land, you never meet anybody who has ever been sea-sick.

B. Working with language:

1. Write out from the text the sentences or clauses which include the words and word combinations from the Recommended Vocabulary List.

2. Give the English equivalents of the following word combinations: две недели (4), страдать (4), складывать (6), старомодный (8), со скидкой (11), решительно воспротивиться 12), единогласное мнение(9), заранее (11), следовать предписаниям ( 7), страдать морской болезнью (13), обратный билет (10).

2. Make lists of words and word combinations used to describe a) illnesses and health; b) travelling by sea.

С. Speaking:

1. Divide the chapter into logical parts and entitle them.

2. Retell the chapter: a) in brief, b) in detail, using the words and word combinations from the Recommended Vocabulary List.

Chapter 1. Class work.

  1. Checking home task: reading, vocabulary work, sentences of your own.
  2. Arrange the following headlines in the proper order.

n Useful prescriptions

n Original motion carried by majority of three to one

n Sufferings of George and Harris

n George suggests the river

n Three Invalids

n Montmorency lodges an objection

n A victim to one hundred and seven fatal maladies

n Cure for liver complaint in children

n A week on the rolling deep?

n We agree that we are overworked, and need rest

Chapter 2.

While reading :Concentrate your attention on the following words and word combinations while reading the text, translate and remember them.

Recommended Vocabulary List

on purpose (20) quarrelsome (20) After you read: A. Checking your understanding:

Chapter 2. Working in class.

Imagine that you are a teacher marking this summary of the chapter. The pupil has made quite a few factual mistakes. Correct the mistakes.

We decided to start on the following Wednesday . George and I would take the tent from the Kingston, but Harris goes to sleep at an office from eight to five every other day... so he was going to meet us in a day. Harris and I were for camping out. We said it would be so convenient and cosy. But George was against it. He wanted to stay at hotels, because he was afraid to catch cold. As for Montmorency, he preferred romantic solitude to noisy gatherings. His idea of «life» was spending an evening by the seashore looking at the waving waters. So he gave to the suggestion of ‘camping out’ his approbation. So we were three to one, and we decided that we would sleep out.

Name advantages and disadvantages of camping out listed in the text. Add your own.

Arrange the following headlines in the proper order.

Meeting put off for tomorrow

Plans discussed

Montmorency, first impressions of

Pleasures of camping out on fine nights

Compromise decided on

Fears that Monmorency is too good for this world, fears then left out as groundless

The same, but on wet nights

Who and under what circumstances made the following statements.

1. Get off my head, can’t you?

2. I know what it is, old man; you’ve got a chill.

3. Here! What are you up to?

4. How about when it rained?

5. So glad, you’ve come, old fellow.

5. How much can you remember? Check your answers.

1. Who was working at a bank?

2. What were the working hours of George?

3. What was Montmorency idea of ‘life’?

4. Why did J. think that the dog wouldn’t live long?

5. How many chickens did J. pay for?

6. How much did the gardener who backed Montmorency to kill rats win?

What were the three friends going to drink after the discussion?

Chapter 3.

Recommended Vocabulary List

Translate the part of the chapter 3, p. 27 «The first list we made ... and they came down upon him for the funeral expenses.» A. Working with language: 1.Use the words and word combinations from the Recommended Vocabulary List in sentences of your own.

Unit 4. Part 1.

1. Translate: pp. 35-36 «From Crewe ... to touch them» 2. Write out from the text the sentences or clauses which include the… 3. Use some of the units from the Recommended Vocabulary List in a situation of your own.

Chapter 4 (part 1) Working in class.

Arrange the following headlines in the proper order.

A terrified horse Advantages of cheese as a travelling companion The food problem An awful oath The secret of seaside resort reputation 1. Match up some general quality of the character with the specific quotation which proves the point. You must be…

Chapter 4 (part 2)

Home task

2.Write out from the text the sentences or clauses which include the following word combinations. 3.Use some of the units from the Recommended Vocabulary List in a situation of… 4.Do you remember the following things?

Chapter 5

  Keyhole (44) to snore (45) to care for (46) touchy (52)
weather forecast (46) indoors (47) to soak (47) to turn up (53)
to cheer up (48) to mislead (48) drought (49) rumour (54)
to make head or tail (49) beforehand (50)    

1. Write out from the text the sentences or clauses which include the following word combinations.

  1. Use some of the units from the Recommended Vocabulary List in a situation of your own.

3. Dear diary. Keep diaries of the events as seen by George, Harris, Jerome and Montmorency.

Chapter 5. Working in class

Arrange the following headlines in the proper order.

People gather around us Our luggage

Mrs P. Wakes us We are afloat in an open boat

The weather forecast Innocence of South Western Officials concerning such worldly things as trains

Depravity of the small boy George, the sluggard We drive off in great style, and arrive at Waterloo

2. Who do the following words belong to? Under what circumstances were they said?

a) Get up, you fat-headed chunk!

b) I’m afraid it’s settled down for the day.

c) Are you all right, sir?

d) Ah! Won’t they come home soaked?

e) Do you know that it’s nearly nine o’clock, sir?

f) They ain’t a-going to starve, are they?

Chapter 6

Home-task

2. Use the words and word combinations from Recommended Vocabulary List in the situations from the text. 1. Make up 7-10 questions to cover the contents of the chapter. 2. Comment on the words. Do you agree? Give your reasons.

Chapter 7. Home Task.

2. Write out from the text the sentences or clauses which include the words and word combinations from the Recommended Vocabulary List. 3. Make sentences of your own, using the words and word combinations from the… 4. Translate the part of the chapter 7 : pp. 67 - 68 «Girls, also, don’t look half bad in a boat... the harder I tried…

Chapter 8. Home work.

1. Translate and remember the following word combinations. Write out the sentences with them from the text.

To trespass (76) to fetch (79) to give smb. a treat (82)
timid (77) to bother (79) to weep (83)
notice-board (77) earthquake (81) to spoil (83)
bloodthirsty (78) to do harm (82) to avoid (86)

1. Write out from the text synonyms and synonymous expressions to the word to laugh.

2. Divide the chapter into logical parts and entitle them.

2. Give a short summary of the chapter in writing.

3. Translate the part of the chapter 8 : pp. 84-85: « And yet that German professor ... what comic song was like »

4. Retell chapter 8.

Chapter 9.

Recommended Vocabulary List

A. Checking your understanding: Translate the part of the chapter 9, pp. 95- 97 « Of all experiences ... There… 3. Why could not Jerome find Wallingford lock? In your answer use the following word combination.

Arrange the following headlines in the proper order.

Instincts of tow-line Saved Strange disappearance of an elderly lady Music Towers and towered Much haste, less speed George is introduced to work. A use discovered for lovers Ungrateful conduct of double sculling skiff

Put the sentences in the right order. Then check your order with Chapter 9.

2. Soon they stop again, because they want their hats or because they have seen a cow. 1. You always need three girls to tow a boat. 2. When they do that, the boat goes out into middle of the river and starts to turn round.

Chapter 10-11 Home task

To bungle smth (103). to boil over (105) to put smth out (105) to beam on a person (106) To be quarrelsome, snappy and ill tempered (106) To sit up… on that account (111) to eye smb/ up and down (112) plain-clothes constable… to take up a position (113) to pass away the time (113) to be sentenced to (twenty year’s) penal (114) Tempting (115)…

Describe the first night on the river. Use the following words and combinations.

To be quarrelsome, snappy and ill tempered 4. What happened to George’s father in the country inn? To sit up late To go out (about a candle) to turn in

Chapter 10-11 Working in class

Find pairs of synonyms:

to bungle to observe
to pass away time to smile
Tempting to move
to have the pluck talented
to understand to do badly or clumsily
to eye to spend
to go out to gather
to beam to stop working
to worm attractive
good at to be brave

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Chapter 12 Home-task

2. What do you know about Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn? Find out some information and share it with your group-mates. 1. Use the words and word combinations from Recommended Vocabulary List in… 1. Make up 7-10 questions to cover the contents of the chapter.

Chapter 12.

1. Arrange the following headlines in the proper order. A trying time for the English nation

Harris prepares to die

Three fishers Effect of sudden joy on Harris

Lunch Henry XIII and Anne Boleyn A night search fir the picturesque

An angel comes along Disadvantages of living in same house with pair of lovers

A fearful battle Homeless and houseless A little supper Sailing We are cursed

Maidenhead High price for mustard

Chapter 13.

2. Describe the meeting of Montmorency with a black cat, using these words and word combinations: to grasp the idea, its life was in danger, to… 3. Retell the rest of the chapter. 1. Learn the dialogue at p. 137 by heart.

Chapter 14. Home assignment

Recommended Vocabulary List

drowsy (146) placid (146) bygone days (146) to roam (147)
fascinating (147) to Peel (147) a contribution to (149) suspicion (150)
to have a musical ear (151) to postpone (151) feeble efforts (152) precautions (153)
thoughtful (156) crammed (156) wet to the skin (156)  

1.Translate the part of the chapter 14 : pp.

2. Make up a plan of the chapter, then disarrange their points for others to put them in order. Write it down on a separate sheet of paper.

Chapter 15-16. Home task.

1. Divide the chapter into logical parts and entitle them. 2. Give a short summary of the chapter in writing. 2. Translate the part of the chapter 16: pp. 165 - 167 « We found out the woman’s story afterwards ...up to the end…

Chapter 17. Home work.

2. Write down all the names of fish you come across in the text. 1. What qualities should a perfect anglers have? Make a list and tell in… 2. Have you ever heard or read any fishermen’s stories? Tell any you like.

Chapter 18.

1. Translate and remember the following word combinations. Write out the sentences with them from the text.

Recommended Vocabulary List

to sink Speculative ashamed of dainty
to yearn for Benefactor to drown irritable
disposition Amiable    

2. Translate the part of the chapter 18: «I did not catch ... to subscribe to the picture»

3. Use the words and word combinations from the Recommended Vocabulary List in sentences of your own.

4. Retellthe chapter.

Chapter 19. Home-task

1. Translate and remember the following word combinations. Write out the sentences with them from the text.

Recommended Vocabulary List

p. 182 water-tight, to handle with care, relic p. 183 plain truth, to pick out,

q. 184 steady drizzle, p. 185 to pour, gambling, p. 186 it makes your heart bleed, выудить, 187 to toss (while sleeping), p. 188 to the bitter end,

p. 189 to have the face to tell, 190 to sit bolt upright, p. 191 hind legs, to peer out, gust.

3. Use the words and word combinations from the Recommended Vocabulary List in sentences of your own.

Chapter 19. Class work

Arrange the following headlines in the proper order

‘The Pride of the Thames’ Flight Montmorency’s idea of Heaven

The river under different aspect The cheery chat goes round A little supper and a toast

The weather changes Oxford George performs upon the banjo

Not a cheerful evening Another wet day The hired up-river boat, its beauties and advantages

A mournful melody Yearnings for the unattainable

Give the English equivalents of the following word combinations.

p. 182 водонепроницаемый, обращаться осторожно, реликвия, p. 183 говорить чистую правду, выбирать, p. 184 шёл монотонный мелкий дождь, p. 185 лить как из ведра, играть в азартные игры, p. 186 сердце кровью обливается, выудить, p. 187 ворочаться ,

p. 188 до последней капли крови, p. 189 иметь наглость сказать, p. 190 как аршин проглотил, p. 191 на задних ногах, выглядывать, порыв ветра

Summing up

1.Would you like to have a boating holiday on a river? Describe a kind of boat you would like, the places you would visit, and the things you would take with you (for example, a tin-opener!)

Humour, energy, intelligence, bravery, and loyalty.

Prepare a graph representing each trait with a vertical scale. Prove your graph using quotations from the text.

3. Retell the episodes as seen by a photographer (ch. 18 ), by a black cat (ch. 13), the owner of the inn where the plaster trout hang (ch. 17), a couple who was towing the boat (ch. 9), a tin of pine-apple juice (ch. 12), Montmorency in his battle with the kettle (ch. 14 ), an angel in the disguise of a small boy (ch. 12), a plain-cloth constable (ch. 11), Herr Slossenn Boschen (ch. 8), the students (p. 8), an old man who wanted to show the tombs to J. (ch. 7), the engine-driver (ch. 5).

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