Упражнения по теме «Артикль в английском языке». Тематические тексты

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  1. My Flat
  2. Food
  3. My Family
  4. Seasons and Weather
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Тематические тексты для закрепления темы «Артикль в английском языке»

Артикль в английском языке. Упражнения в контексте

1. Texts «My Flat»

A. My Aunt’s Flat»

My aunt’s flat is in … new house. There is … living room, … bedroom, … study, … bathroom and … kitchen in … flat. … bedroom is … large room with … two windows. … room is light as … windows are large. There are … white curtains on … windows. There are … two beds with … large pillows on them. There are … small tables near … beds. There are … lamps on them. To … left of … door there is … dressing table with … mirror on it. There is … low chair at… dressing table. There are … several pictures on … pale green walls. There is … thick carpet on … floor. … carpet is dark green. … room is very cosy. There is … sofa in … corner of … room. There are … nice yellow cushions on .. sofa.

B. My Friend’s Flat

My friend’s … flat is very comfortable. There are … three rooms in … flat: living room,… study and … bedroom…. living room is not very large…. walls in … living room are blue. There are … pictures on … walls. There is … table in … middle of … room with some chairs around it. To … left of … door there is … sofa. Near … sofa there are … two large armchairs. They are very comfortable. There is… piano in my friend’s living room…. piano is to … right of … door. … bedroom and … study are small. … furniture in … flat is brown.

Here is … large window. Through … window we can see … room. Opposite … window there is … door. On … door there is … curtain. In … corner of … room there is … round table. On it we can see … books and … telephone. There is … bookshelf over … table. On … bookshelf we can see … newspapers and … book by … Jack, London. There are … two … pictures in … room. One … picture is small, … other picture is very large. There are … two bookcases in … room. … bookcases are full of … books. There is … large sofa in … room. On … sofa we can see … bag.

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2. Texts «Food»

A. What can you see in … fridge? — There is … sausage on … top shelf, but there is no … cheese there. There is … butter in … butter dish. There are … tomatoes and … carrots on … bottom shelf. There are … eggs and … apples on … next shelf. There is … orange, … lemon, and … jam in … little jar there.

There is … tea in my … glass. There is no … tea in my … father’s … glass. His … glass is empty.

There is … cup of … coffee and … box of … chocolates on … coffee table. There is … coffee in … cup. It is … hot.

B. There are … different things on … dinner table. There is … bread, … butter and … ham. There are … cups and … glasses there. There is … jug on … table. … milk in … jug is hot. There is … teapot on … table. There is … tea in … teapot. … tea is hot, too. There are … plates, … forks and … knives on … table. There is … butter on … plate. Where is … butter? — … butter is on … little plate. There is … white and … brown bread on … table.

C. For … breakfast I have … coffee with … milk and … sugar. I have … jam, too. What do you do after … breakfast? After … breakfast I go to … work. My granny likes to read … book after … lunch…. people usually have … breakfast in … morning. They have … dinner in… afternoon. What time do people usually have … dinner? They eat … dinner at three o’clock. We often have … fish for … dinner.. In … evening … people have … supper.

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3. Texts «My Family»

A. My Day

I go to … school in … morning, so I get up early. I usually get up at … quarter past seven. I go to … bathroom, turn on … water and wash my face and hands. My father and mother also get up early in … morning. My mother works in … office. She is … secretary. My father is … doctor. He works at … hospital.

We have … breakfast in … kitchen. We eat … porridge and … eggs. We usually drink … tea in … morning.. My father and mother leave … home for … work at… half past eight. My father goes to … hospital, and my mother goes to … office. I don’t leave … home with my parents: … school where I study is near our house.

I leave … home for … school at … quarter to nine. My granny stays at … home and cooks … dinner. I have … lunch at… school after … third lesson. My father and mother have … lunch at … work. When we come … home, we have … dinner. My mother usually cooks … dinner. My mother never has … supper with … family because she does not like to eat in … evening.We sit at … table and my father tells us … funny stories. We are … friendly family.

B. My Brother’s Day

Every day my … brother and I get up at eight o’clock and walk to … school. I like … school. It’s … fun. My … brother loves … football. He hates … homework. So he doesn’t like to go to … school.. My … brother gets up late in … morning because he doesn’t want to go to … school. He usually goes to … bed late in … evening.

C. My Little Sister’s Day

My sister is … pupil. She goes to … primary school. She goes to … school in … morning. She has five … lessons every day. In … afternoon she comes … home. She does his … homework after … dinner. In … evening she reads … books. She usually goes to … bed at… half past nine. On … Saturday and on … Sunday he does not go to … school. She stays at … home or goes for … walk with her… mother.

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4. Texts «Seasons and Weather»

A. English Weather

The English say that they have three variants of …weather: when it rains in … morning, when it rains in …. afternoon and when it rains all … day long. Sometimes it rains so heavily that they say it rains cats and dogs.

English weather is unpredictable, but it is not really wet. … northern mountains have much more rain and snow. … south­ern parts of England and Wales are a little warmer, sunnier and less misty than the rest.

… driest period is from March to June and … wettest months are from October to January.

… tem­perature sometimes rises above 25 degrees in … summer in … south. In … winter temperature below 5 degrees is rare.

It sel­dom snows heavily in … winter, … snow does not remain for long, except in the Scottish mountains, where ski­ing is possible; frosts are rare. January and February are usually … coldest months, July and August — … warmest.

So, we may say that … British climate has three main features: it is mild, humid and changeable. That means that it is never too hot or cold, too wet or too dry.

B. Climate in Russia

… Russia is such … large country that when I it is night in one part of … country, it is day in another part, when it is winter in one part of … country, it is already summer in another. Imagine it is … beginning of … May now. It is spring in … St Petersburg. … weather is fine. It is still cool at … night, but it is quite warm in … afternoon. It sometimes rains, but … rain is warm, too. … ground is covered with … soft green grass, and … trees are covered with … green leaves.

But while it is spring in St Petersburg, it is still winter in … north of our country at… beginning of … May. Here it is cold and sometimes frosty, … rivers and ….seas are covered with … ice…. ice does not melt in some places even in summer. … ground is covered with … deep snow.

In … south of our country … weather is quite different. It is already summer in … Caucasus. It is much warmer than in St Petersburg. It is sometimes even hot. … sky is usually cloudless and it seldom rains here. People wear … summer clothes. They enjoy gardening. You should see their … gardens in … summertime — they are beautiful.

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