UNIT-3-3.5, Англійська Мова 8 клас, Л.В.Калініна, І.В.Самойлюкевич
Ex. A, p. 112
1. My friend has arrived in England recently. 2. Have you seen the British Museum yet? 3. I have been to Britain. 4. Paul has already planned to go to Cambridge on a weekend trip. 5. When did you visit the Lake District? 6. Have you ever traveled abroad? 7. What places of interest have you just taken pictures of?
Ex. В, p. 112
1. —, to; 2. at; 3. —; 4. of, by; 5. by; 6. with.
Ex. C, p. 113
1. reply; 2. uncertainty; 3. greetings; 4. Wellingtons; 5. How are you? 6. umbrellas; 7. whatever the weather; 8. a season of rain.
Ex. D, p. 113
1 — a; 2 — c; 3 — b; 4 — c; 5 — c; 6 — a.
Ex. E, p. 114
Halloween means «holy evening*, and takes place on 31*' October. Although it is a much more important festival in the United States than Britain, it is celebrated by many people in the UK. It is particularly connected with witches and ghosts. At parties people dress up in strange costumes and pretend they are witches. They cut horrible faces in potatoes and other vegetables and put a candle inside, which shines through the eyes. People may play difficult games such as trying to eat an apple from a bucket of water without using their hands.
In recent years children dressed in white sheets knock on doors at Halloween and ask if you would like a «trick» or a «treat». If you give them something nice, a «treat», they go away. However, if you don't, they play a «trick» on you, such as making a lot of noise or spilling flour on your front doorstep!