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B) Make up sentences of your own using these idiomatic expressions. Ask about Gary, Gil, Peggy, Grig, Gert, Grace, Gregory, Gordon.

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E. g. Gil’s got the gift of the gab.

◊ Exercise 5. Listen and repeat:

give guests August Greek

beginning garden guitar Margaret

get gun dog telegram

together good Craig glad

again go Greg England

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

Guests in August

Craig: I’ve just got a telegram from Margaret and Greg.

Carol: Are they coming to England again?

Craig: Yes. At the beginning of August.

Carol: Good. We can all get together again.

Craig: I’m glad they’re coming in August. We can take the dog and go for walks together.

Carol: Yes. And we can give a garden party.

Craig: And Margaret can play her guitar in the garden and sing Greek songs again.

Carol: Yes. August is a good time to come to England.

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

Great grey geese graze gaily daily.


Three grey geese in a green field grazing.

Grey were the geese and green was the grazing.

Exercise 8. Give the Russian equivalents for the following proverbs. Learn them. Make up a dialogue to illustrate one of the proverbs:

1. A good dog deserves a good bone.

2. All the glitters is not gold.

3. As good as gold.


Unite 3. The Sound[t]

The sounds [t] occurs in word initial, word medial and word final positions. [t] is spelt «t, tt, th, ed» as in take, attend, Thomas, jumped, put. Definition. [t] is occlusive, plosive, forelingual, apical, alveolar, strong and voiceless. Articulation. 1. The complete obstruction is made by the tip of the tongue firmly pressed against the middle of the alveolar ridge. 2. The soft palate is raised and the air coming into the mouth is trapped for a short time. Then it breaks the obstruction with a slight explosion. 3. The vocal cords do not vibrate when [t] is formed. 4. The breath effort for [t] is very strong.  

◊ Exercise 1. Listen and repeat:

tin tennis fourteen

top cafeteria thirteen

tell the time telephone photographer

ten to ten restaurant pretty assistant

tomato student upstairs


Exercise 2. Read the following words paying special attention to the allophones of the sound [t]:

Word initial Word medial Loss of

Position position aspiration

tea auntie still

task water step

tame butter stand

town writer star

tin Esther steam

top Anthony story

Word final Loss of Loss of plosion

Position plosion

cat hot pan that time

foot sit down hot toast

shut let go locked door

can’t post-card knocked down

shan’t best girl

won’t eight pounds

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