1. many people are afraid of spiders.
2. my friend ali is really good at english.
3. but he's very bad at maths.
4. i am really interested in nature programmes on tv.
5. my brother is keen on collecting stamps.
6. i'm very proud of improving my english.
7. i'm worried about global warming and the environment.
8. this table is next to the window.
9. the box is under the table.
на инглише: my friends are the best. they are very funny, cute, funny, beautiful. i really like them to walk, play, chat. they will come to the rescue when i feel bad. they always remember me, you can share with them anything. they may laugh when you do not have fun. they are the best in the world! i do not want to lose them! they are the best!
перевод: мои друзья самые лучшие. они веселые, милые, смешные, красивые. мне с ними нравится гулять, играть, общаться. они придут на , когда мне плохо. они всегда помнят обо мне, с ними можно делиться чем угодно. они могут рассмешить, когда не весело. они самые лучшие на свете! я не хочу их терять! они лучшие!
grammar personal pronouns, be: positiv
complete the sentences with the correct pronour
1 the new school is in bristol. it's a good sch
2 dan and jo are at school. nervous.
3 ananda is there too. nice.
4 jo: hi, jo. that’s dan. my brother.
5 dan: the clever twin.
6 dan: jo, __mad!
| 7 jack and ananda are nice. new friends
8 ananda: this is jack. my new friend.
spears, is unreal. the tourists murmur, pass on. turbans, fountains. images out of the arabian nights. our hotel is in the new part of istanbul, near the hilton, overlooking the bosphorus, across which there is a newly built bridge. standing on the balcony you can look from europe to asia. there are few places in the world where, poised on one continent, you can gaze over a strip of water at another. we had
wanted something more exotic. no more alpine chalets and villas in spain. we need yet another holiday, but a different holiday. we thought of the east. we imagined a landscape of minarets and domes out of the arabian nights. however, i pointed out the political uncertainties of the middle east to my wife. she is sensitive to such things. in london bombs go off in the hilton and restaurants in mayfair.
"well, turkey then — istanbul," she said — we had the brochures open on the table, with their photographs of the blue mosque — "that's not the middle east. istanbul is in europe."