Владимира Дмитриевича Аракина одного из замечательных лингвистов России

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chorus n, υ differ υ join υ
comfort n, υ difference n look n, υ
comfortable adj different adj rest n, υ
convenience n gaze n, υ run υ
convenient adj headmistress n stare n, υ
depend υ unite υ
Word Combinations
to fix one's eyes on/upon smb. to keep an eye on smb.
to feel helpless to give (send) a message
to give a smile (a nod, a look, etc.) to turn one's eyes (gaze)
to bear (to have) a strong upon smb./smth.
resemblance to to run across
to motion to smb. to run into
to give out (pencils, leaflets, readers, to run over
workcards, sets of material, etc.) to shout smb. down
to call the register (the roll) to abandon hope

I. Read the test and talk on the following points (A. Grammar, B. Word usage):

A. 1. Why is the Present Perfect used in "... as soon as you've called the register"? 2. Why is the Past Perfect Continuous used in "... who had been crossing and uncrossing his eyes in an ugly manner ..."? 3. Why is the Present Indefinite used in "... till you join us"? and in "If there's anything that puzzles you ..."? 4. Tick off all the sentences with the oblique moods. Translate them.
B. Pick out all the words and phrases describing the children's actions.

II. Read the following words with silent t, p, gh. Memorize them:

hasten, fasten, listen, Christmas, castle, whistle, jostle, nestle, wrestle; cupboard, pneumonia, psychology, raspberry; neighbour, nightingale, straight, naughty, high, height, through, sigh.

III. a) Write the Past Indefinite and Past Participle of the verbs:

grow, creep, bear, break, keep, think, leap, mean, fall, find, feel, say, cling, hear, meet, run, show;

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