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B) Make up sentences of your own using these idiomatic expressions. Ask about Ken, Kate, Kirk, Kay, Kim, Kiki, Kit.

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  8. B) Make up sentences of your own using these idiomatic expression. Ask about the Smiths, mother, father, brother.
  9. B) Make up sentences of your own using these idiomatic expressions. Ask about Cecily, Alice, Sam, Sally, Sandra.
  10. B) Make up sentences of your own using these idiomatic expressions. Ask about Charles, Rose, James.

E. g. Kate is like a walking dictionary.

◊ Exercise 5. Listen and repeat:

Clark six cakes quiet

clock next forks thank you

clever exciting clocks

cream expensive like

coffee excuse me talks

cuckoo American take two

of course chocolate plastic

bookshelf electric

milk

◊Exercise 6. Read the dialogue. Learn it. Act out the dialogue:

The Cuckoo Clock

Mrs Cook: Would you like some cream in your coffee, Mrs Clark?

Mrs Clark: No thank you. But I’d like a little milk.

Mrs Cook: Would you like some chocolate cakes?

Mrs Clark: Thank you.

Mrs Cook: Take two. Here’s a cake fork, and here’s a …

Mrs Clark: Excuse me, Mrs Cook. But what’s that next to your bookshelf? Is it a clock?

Mrs Cook: Yes. It’s an American cuckoo clock.

Mrs Clark: Is it plastic?

Mrs Cook: Oh, no, Mrs Clark. It’s a very expensive clock. It’s an electric clock.

Mrs Clark: Well, it’s exactly six o’clock now, and it’s very quiet. Doesn’t it say «cuckoo»?

Mrs Cook: Of course, Mrs Clark. Look!

Clock: Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo!

Mrs Clark: How exciting! What a clever clock!

Clock: Cuckoo!

Exercise 7. Pronounce these tongue-twisters in the shortest possible time:

Keenly cleaning copper kettles.

***

A curious cream-coloured cat crept into the crypt and crept again.

Exercise 8. Give the Russian equivalents for the following proverbs. Learn them. Think of situations to use these proverbs:

1. If you agree to carry the calf, they’ll make you carry the cow.

2. Cut your coat according to your cloth.

3. Catch as catch can.

Exercise 9. Read a special [k]-story:

Clifford quite likes Caroline. Caroline doesn’t care for Clifford. Clifford catches Caroline and kisses her quickly. Caroline cries, kicks and screams. Clifford cowers in the corner. Clifford cures Caroline with a quick cup of coffee and a cream cake.

 

 

Unite 2. The Sound [g]

The sound [g] occurs in word initial, word medial and word final positions. [g] is spelt «g, gg, gh, gu» as in garden, giggle, ghost, guard. Definition. [g] is occlusive, plosive, backlingual, velar, weak, voiced, in final position it is partly devoiced. Articulation. 1. The back of the tongue makes a firm contact with the soft palate. 2. The soft palate is raised. The air coming from the lungs is trapped for a short time and then breaks the obstruction with a slight explosion. 3. When [g] is produced the vocal cords are drawn together and vibrate. 4. The breath effort for [g] is weak. Allophones. The partially devoiced weak [g] occurs in word final positions, eg. dog, vague.  

◊ Exercise 1. Listen and repeat:


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