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Аудирование 8 класс

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It's really a very, very, very, very, very fun. Time is money Lesson 2.

Расширяйте свои границы для счастливого будущего. You know how much I love draniki and I want everyone here to like them as much as I do. But the work was so hard and Finn was so tired that he fell asleep without waiting for the Scottish giant.

Аудирование 8 класс - Chris: Thank you for the interview, Tigers! Английский язык для начинающих.

Its beauty was opened to people by the Bishop of Londonderry who visited the north of Ireland in 1692 and discovered the causeway. Later he spoke about it in Dublin and London and in 1694, a debate started on how it was formed. Theories ranged from men-made to natural formation, but scientists were puzzled by the amazing symmetry of thousands of columns. The mechanism of their formation was not clear until 1771 when a Frenchman explained it was the result of volcanic activity. The columns that make up the causeway were formed about 60 million years ago by cooling lava. While the Bishop brought knowledge of the causeway to a wider world, the first people who probably saw it were the hunters and gatherers who settled in the area after the last ice age 10,000 years ago. It is believed that they travelled around the densely forested north coast by boats and saw the causeway on their travels. Perhaps they created a lot of myths and legends about this area. This is one of them. Once upon a time on the north coast of Ireland, there lived a gentle giant called Finn McCool with his wife Oonagh. At fifty two feet six inches, which is more than 17 metres, he was a small giant. But across the sea in Scotland there lived a giant called Benandonner, who used to shout that he was stronger and could easily beat Finn McCool if there was no sea between them. So Finn decided to build a causeway a bridge out of huge stones across the water, as no boat at their time was large enough to hold a giant. But the work was so hard and Finn was so tired that he fell asleep without waiting for the Scottish giant. Oonagh, Finn's wife, woke up early the next morning to find Finn sound asleep. Then she heard the sound of huge footsteps and saw the strong Benandonner. He was truly gigantic. She understood that Finn would not win the fight against this Scottish giant. Quick thinking Oonagh covered the sleeping Finn with a dress and hat. If the child was that big, how much bigger might Finn be? He did not stay to see. SCHOOL IS NOT ONLY LEARNING. Alesya : Hi, Natalie. Nice to meet you. Natalie : How was your first day at Alesya? Do you feel all right? Natalie : You will very soon! The teachers and the girls and I will be helping you. Alesya : Oh, thank you… Can you please tell me again what time I have to be at school. I hate being late. Natalie : The registration starts at 8. And then we have lessons from 9 am to 4 pm. Are there breaks during the day? Natalie : Of course, there are. Alesya : Sounds good! Are lunches good here? Natalie : Yes, they are! They always serve us a freshly cooked lunch. Alesya : Yes, I liked the lunch today very much! What else do I need to know about school rules, Natalie? These rules are the same as we had in Belarus. Natalie, I wanted to ask you about the school uniform. Do we really have to wear our shirts and skirts every day? What if I come in jeans or a dress? We all have to wear our uniforms every day. I know it is kind of boring if you wear the same clothes every day, but we have some choice выбор! You can choose from trousers or a skirt, a jumper, a cardigan or a blazer. We also have a choice of blouses and tank tops. Alesya : I see. Natalie : Why are you so unhappy about our school uniform? Was the uniform in Belarus much better? Good news is you can wear whatever you like on school trips and at weekend activities. Alesya : It is really good news! Alesya : Thanks a lot! Club advisor: Hi, Alesya. Alesya: Hello, Mr Smith. The aim of our clubs is to develop our students. We have wonderful facilities. You have such great clubs here! I like all of them! Club advisor: Thank you, Alesya. We try to have clubs interesting for everyone. OK… Have you chosen anything? Club advisor: OK, Alesya. Alesya: Oh, yes, Mr. This is my third choice… Then, I think the Shakespeare fans club is also fun. I want to learn more about William Shakespeare and his plays and I think it will also help me not to be afraid of the stage. Club advisor: Yes, Alesya, this club is a very good choice. The club teacher is a professional actor and they always make very good performances. Club advisor: I agree, Alesya. Field hockey is very popular here. You can take the Field hockey club now but you can also learn to play it next term. Can I choose other clubs in January? Club advisor: Yes, of course, Alesya! In January you can stay in your club or change it. Alesya: It sounds great! Club advisor: No, Alesya. Is five a lot? You will also need time for being with your school friends and for relaxing. What if you take three clubs now and then choose other clubs in January? What do you really want to do now? Club advisor: A very good choice, Alesya! These clubs will develop your talents and skills. Alesya: Thank you, Mr. Many of them became traditions because they happen every year on the same dates. Some traditions are similar in all Belarusian schools, some are unique. The school year starts on September, 1. This day is special for all: school children, their teachers and parents. The day starts with the school gathering when all classes and teachers stand in front of the school and listen to the welcoming speeches of their teachers, schoolmates and parents. Students look really nice in their new school uniforms! Everyone is excited to see their school friends and teachers after long summer holidays. After the school gathering teachers take their classes to their classrooms for the first lesson. When the lesson is over, students may have a class event — a picnic or a walk in the park or a class trip. The events on this day are usually the same every year but everyone waits for this day, likes it and remembers it. I live in Belarus. My breakfast is usually scrambled or boiled eggs, a piece of bread with cheese and ham and a cup of tea. Sometimes I have a plate of kasha with a glass of milk. Yan : I am Yan. I live in Scotland. Every morning I have a bowl of porridge and a glass of milk or serials with milk. On Sundays we always have bacon and eggs with tomatoes. Sometimes we have black pudding. Lee: I am Lee from China. For breakfast I eat a bowl of noodles or a plate of rice with some fish or some meat, usually beef or pork and a plate of vegetables. Sometimes it is simply a plate of vegetables when I need a quick breakfast. I also have a cup of good tea. I never drink milk. First of all peel and slice the apples. Then, preheat the oven to 180C. Put the apples into the pan. You do not have to arrange them accurately. Meanwhile, in a bowl, beat the eggs and sugar well. The more you beat, the more the cake will rise and the softer it will be. Add a pinch vanillin powder and flour. Mix well until the batter жидкое тесто is made. Then, pour the batter all over the apples, to cover well. Put it in the preheated oven and bake in the middle of the oven for 50 minutes to 1 hour, or until the top is golden. Let it cool slightly. Serve warm with ice cream, or at room temperature with a cup of tea or coffee. Dad : Hi, Alesya, we miss you as well. You need to take about a kilo of potato, one onion, 2 eggs, 80 — 100 grams of flour, salt and pepper to taste. Peel and grate the potato and the onion into a large bowl. Add the other ingredients and mix well. A: I remember that but when I was trying to make them here, the mixture was very wet. What do I do in this case? D: You can either pour off the extra liquid or add a little bit more flour and mix well again. A: Then I heat the oil in a frying pan till it is hot. Then I take a tablespoon of the mixture and put it into the oil, pressing a little bit. The draniki need to fry for 3-4 minutes on each side till the potato is cooked through. A: What do I do if I decide to make kolduny instead? D: Koldyny, as you know, are stuffed draniki. You can stuff them with meat or mushrooms. To make the stuffed pancakes do the same as for the plain draniki, but make a thinner layer in the pan. On top of this, spread the filling and finish with another thin layer of potato mixture, spread over the filling. Press at the sides to make one big stuffed dranik. A: Many, many thanks. Now I will make my dish well. You know how much I love draniki and I want everyone here to like them as much as I do. Here in the studio with us is very promising young actor Billy Banks. But in the film your character borrows money from everyone to make his dreams come true. Have you ever borrowed money from someone? When I became famous, I found out that I had many friends who wanted to borrow money from me. How long have you been doing this? And if you want to help, you can visit my site on the Internet, the address is … Unit 5. Can you climb very high? You might find me near the sky! Stop looking for me in the tree! Another common superstition is that it is unlucky to open an umbrella in the house — it will either bring bad luck to the person that opened it or to the household. Anyone who opens an umbrella in fine weather is unpopular, as it will bring rain. The worst is when someone breaks a mirror — it brings seven years of bad luck. The superstition goes back to ancient times, when mirrors were considered to be tools of the gods. If you do, you must throw it over your shoulder to avoid the bad luck. The number thirteen is unlucky. It is unlucky to have thirteen at a table or in a company. The number 13, in the Christian faith, is the number of people at the Last Supper, with the 13th guest at the table being the traitor, Judas. The unlucky number 13 is often left out when numbering houses, flats and hotel rooms. Friday the thirteenth is a very unlucky day. Friday is considered to be an unlucky day because Jesus was crucified on a Friday. It is especially lucky if a black cat crosses your path. A commonly-held superstition is that of touching wood for luck, most often if you think you have said something that is tempting fate искушает судьбу , such as 'my car has never broken down - touch wood! But the horseshoe needs to be the right way up. The luck runs out of the horseshoe if it is upside down. Horseshoes are generally a sign of good luck and figure on many good luck cards. Every leaf means a lucky month next year. Putting money in the pocket of new clothes brings good luck too. Alesya: Nice idea… музыка. Hard rock is much better. Alesya: All my friends listen to it, but not me. I often like the texts of hard rock songs but not the music. Natalie: Музыка Maybe this will do. Classical music will never die. Key: they have chosen Jazz. Journalist man : Good morning, Mrs Rosenberg. I need more time, you know. Editor: Well, Chris, we have 18 hours before the magazine appears at newsagents. You must send the article to me till 3 pm this afternoon. I need more time, please. Journalist: Of course, I interviewed them, Mrs Rosenberg. Journalist: There are no problems, Missis… Well, you know... You lost the recording? Do you know how much money we could get for it? Journalist: Yes, Missis… I know… I have no idea where I could lose it. Editor: Think hard, Chris. Journalist: I know, Missis. Did you interview them in the Concert Hall building? Journalist: No, Missis… Oh, I know! They were in a hurry to a club so they asked me if it was OK to have the interview on the way there, in their limousine… Editor: I see, Chris… I know WHAT happened next! You went to the club with them, left your computer in the car and forgot about it till the moment I called you! It was just like you said… They are awesome guys! Editor: I know they are. Journalist: Yes, Mrs Rosenberg. Editor: Call me when you get it! Journalist: Of course, I will. But first, can you please write in your article that we liked our concert a lot! The crowd was fantastic tonight. It was really cool to play here! Chris: Thank you, guys. You moved the crowd, they were really crazy tonight. Then we all met again at the school choir… What class were we in? We were in class 8. Remember how much fun we had at Music lessons? Chris: So, you all sang in the school choir, right? I played the piano and the flute, Daniel played the saxophone and the violin and Jake was always crazy about drums. You must have had good music teachers. None of us comes from a family of musicians so everything we learnt in music is from our school teachers. Who writes music for your songs? And who writes the songs? Chris: Yeah, a very good writer. Writing music is a great way of saying what you think. Chris: What are your plans for next year, guys? Are you going on tours or are you going to write music in the studio? Chris: Thank you for the interview, Tigers! The Radio station at my school is called Supermix. I'm actually a DJ. And it's really a lot of fun. I make lots of friends and we meet groups too because we have concerts sometimes so, you know. It's really a very, very, very, very, very fun. THERE IS NO LIFE WITHOUT BOOKS. Children are much more practical in their dreams. Journalist: What was your favourite subject at school? Dramatist: It depended on the teacher. I loved and I still love History. One third of the books in my home library are books on history. I am interested in nature. I would like to know how the world was created, how life developed on the Earth. I got a second education as a theatre director. Journalist: How did you begin writing plays? Dramatist: Like most of us — at school. First they were poems, then stories, even a fantasy novel. But only at the lyceum I took it seriously. Naturally the poems were the result of my unshared unhappy love and broken heart. I still remember those years with warm feelings. When I was in the first year at the lyceum, my friend acquainted me with Belarusian State University Theatre. Journalist: Why are you not writing plays for the theatre at the moment? My plays have been staged in the best theatres of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine. Journalist: What are your favourite writers? Dramatist: Somerset Maugham, Brodsky, Gogol. Journalist: What are your preferences in music? Dramatist: I like classical music, Corelli, Bah, Shopen, and many others. I am fond of Belarusian rock music, jazz. Journalist: What are your favourite films? Journalist: Where would you like to live? Dramatist: Love and kindness which helps people to live in this imperfect world. Dramatist: The happiest time, and the best. Journalist: What kind of rest do you prefer? Dramatist: Quiet, and relaxing. The film was on at the Odeon, which was their favourite cinema. Fortunately John bought two but the time was not convenient — Mary had her music classes at that time. Problems began on their way to the cinema. It suddenly started to rain. When they got to the cinema the film had already begun. So they had to look for their seats in the dark. When at last Mary and John found their seats they saw that a big man was sitting in front of them. Besides a group of boys sitting behind them were making a terrible noise eating crisps and popcorn. The lady next to Mary was speaking on the telephone all the time and the girls next to John were discussing the main characters of the film and giggling while watching the film. In other words, their experience of going to the cinema was horrible. To make the things worse, they missed the last bus and had to walk home on foot. A few minutes later she was outside. The sun was shining and the birds were singing as Mary was going to the cinema. She was smiling because she knew that she was going to see a fantastic film. Mary enjoyed watching movies, especially if something catching was on. Suddenly she heard a strange noise behind her back. Someone was standing behind her… Lesson 6, ex. I have with me in the studio today Alex Popov, who is a film critic. Alex : Thank you. Who is the director of the film? Alex: Well, I think many listeners know that the director of the film was Mikhail Ptashuk. He was born in 1943 in Brest region and worked at Belarusfilm, the National Cinema Studio. He created many spectacular films. Many of his films show Belarus in the Great Patriotic War. Some of them became internationally known. Ptashuk died in a car crash in 2002 in Moscow. Interviewer: Why do you think the film is a success? Alex: The film is a real success. First of all , it was professionally made. It takes us to another reality, to the Belarus of 1944. Secondly, the actors who appeared in the film played wonderfully. And finally, the plot is brilliant. The film is breathtaking and catching. Interviewer: What is the plot of the film? Alex: The actions of the film take us back to August 1944. The whole territory of Belarus was free from German soldiers, but some individual groups were still operating on its territory. Three young officers were given the task to find a German radio station which was still sending messages. The group, headed by a talented leader captain Aliokhin, used all their courage and professionalism to find the enemy group. And the last question today. Is the film worth seeing? Alex: This film is really worth seeing. I advise everybody to watch it. The film is for people of all ages. But first of all I recommend it to schoolchildren and teenagers. The topic of the film is really important today. Young people should remember the heroism and patriotism of our countrymen during the Great Patriotic War. Besides, the film teaches young people to be kind and patient, to love our country and to be brave. Interviewer: Alex, thank you for talking with us, and good luck.
Journalist: What are your favourite films? Аудио приложение к учебнику английского языка для 56 классов. While the Bishop brought knowledge of the causeway to a wider world, the first people who probably saw it were the hunters and gatherers who settled in the area after the last ice age 10,000 years ago. Classical music will never die. Potluck party Lesson 8. The aim of our clubs is to develop our students. Автору кто-то задал вопрос: Что делать если нет аудиозаписей? The sun was shining and the birds were singing as Mary was going to the cinema. Воспроизведение материалов сайта, в том числе материалов для скачивания и изображений обложек пособий, с целью извлечения прибыли в коммерческих или рекламных целях без разрешения правообладателей ЗАПРЕЩЕНО. Правда, в нашей действительности часто приходится доказывать аксиомы.

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