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Книга для ежедневного чтения на английском языке для учащихся 7 класса. Дубровин М. И. — 1971 г.

М. И. Дубровин

Книга для ежедневного чтения
на английском языке

для учащихся 7 класса

*** 1971 ***


DjVu


Учебник оцифровал Василий Дёмин.
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CONTENTS

September 1—7 5
Read It Yourself (Humpty Dumpty and the Bully) 6
September 8—14 9
Words to Remember (Games) 11
Time for Fun 12
Bobby Comes Home After His First Day at School (A joke)
September 15—21 13
Words to Remember (Fruit) —
Do you know ? 15
Time for Fun 16
How Bobby Helped His Mother (A joke) —
September 22—28 17
Time for Fun 19
Bobby Likes Ice-Cream (A joke) 20
September 29—October 5 21
October 4 —
Time for Fun —
October 6—12 24
Words to Remember (The Animal World I) 25
Do you know ? 26
October 13—19 28
Teeny-tiny (An English folk-tale) —
Words to Remember (At School) 30
Bobby Has a Brother (A joke) 32
October 20—26 33
Read It Yourself (The Pencil and the Ruler) —
Time for Fun 34
October 27—November 2 37
October 29 —
Time for Fun 38
Bobby Thinks a Tortoise Is Happy (A joke) 39
November 3—9 40
November 7 —
Time for Fun —
November 10—16 43
The Last of the Piets (A Scottish legend) —
Prove It Yourself 45
Time for Fun 46
Bobby Wants to Change His Name (A joke) 47
November 17—23 48
Words to Remember (The Animal World II) 49
Do you know ? 50
Time for Fun 52
Bobby Wants to Be a Gorilla (A joke) —
November 24—30 53
Billy Gets a Needle (A funny story) , —
Words to Remember (Food) 55
December 1—7 57
December 5 —
Prove It Yourself
Time for Fun 58
What Are Good Table Manners? (A joke) 59
December 8—14 , 60
Words to Remember (Clothes) —
Disorder 63
Read It Yourself (Roy, the Baby Penguin) 64
December 15—21 66
Buried Treasure (An old tale) —
Time for Fun 68
Bobby’s Father Is a Teacher (A joke) 70
December 22—28 71
Words to Remember (Body) —
Do you know ? 72
Prove It Yourself 73
December 29—January 4 75
Why Must I Wash My Hands? (A joke) —
Time for Fun 76
Bobby has Thought of Three Good Table Manners (A joke) 78
January 5—11 79
Time for Fun —
At the Doctor’s (A joke) 81
January 12—18 82
Billy Likes to Watch TV (A funny story) —
Time for Fun 84
Bobby Kills the Fly (A joke) 85
January 19—25 86
Words to Remember (Domestic Animals) 87
Do you know 88
January 26—February 1 91
Lazy Jack (An English folk-tale) —
February 2—8 94
Prove It Yourself —
Time for Fun 95
Why does Bobby’s Brother Cry? (A joke) 96
February 9—15 97
Read It Yourself (The Eagle on a Star) —
Time for Fun 99
Bobby’s Father has Cut His Finger (A joke) 101
February 16—22 102
Billy Gets Up Early (A funny story) —
Words to Remember (In the Bath-Room) 103
Time for Fun 105
Bobby Gives Advice (A joke) 106
February 23—March I 107
February 23 —
Prove It Yourself —
Time for Fun 108
March 2—8 110
March 8 —
Time for Fun —
March 9—15 113
The Clever Wife (An English folk-tale) —
Bobby Uses the Vacuum Cleaner (A joke) 116
March 16—22 117
The Clever Wife (Continued) —
March 23—29 121
Words to Remember (At Home) —
Time for Fun 124
Bobby Looks in the Mirror (A joke) 125
March 30—April 5 126
Prove It Yourself —
Bobbv at the Zoo (I) (Donkey is speaking to Bobby) 127
April 6-12 130
April 12 —
Do you know ? —
Bobby at the Zoo (II) (Camel is speaking to Bobby) 131
Time for Fun 132
April 13-19 133
The Best Antelope (An English tale) —
Words to Remember (At Meals) 136
Bobby Sees a Plate of Jelly for the First Time (A joke) 138
April 20—26 139
April 22 —
Prove It Yourself —
Time for Fun 140
April 27—May 3 141
May 1 —
Time for Fun —
Why do Men Wear Moustaches? (A joke) 143
May 4—10 144
May 5, 7, 9 —
Prove It Yourself 145
Time for Fun 146
May 11—17 147
Words to Remember (Vegetables) —
Do you know ? 149
Bobby at Table (A joke) 150
May 18—24 151
May 19
Words to Remember (The Pioneer Organization) —
Time for Fun 153
May 25-31 156
Time for Fun —
Bobby at the Zoo (III) (Giraffe is speaking to Bobby) 157
June 1—7 160
Time for Fun 161
Bobby at the Zoo (IV) (Frog is speaking to Bobby) 163
June 8-14 165
Words to Remember (Poultry) —
Do you know 166
Our Adventures at West Poley (After Thomas Hardy) 167
Bobby Can Tell the Age of a Chicken (A joke) 169
June 15—21 170
Our Adventures at West Poley (Continued) —
June 22—28 174
Our Adventures at West Poley (Continued) —
June 29—July 5 177
Words to Remember (Berries) —
Do you know 178
Our Adventures at West Poley (Continued) 179
Bobby Sees His First Snake (A joke) 181
July 6—12 182
Our Adventures at West Poley (Continued) —
Time for Fun 184
July 13—19 185
Our Adventures at West Poley (Continued) —
July 20—26 189
Our Adventures at West Poley (Continued) —
July 27—August 2 193
Our Adventures at West Poley (Continued) —
August 3—9 196
Time for Fun —
August 10—16 200
Our Adventures at West Poley (Continued) —
August 17—23 203
Our Adventures at West Poley (Continued) —
Bobby does not Want to Get Older (A joke) 205
August 24—31 206
Our Adventures at West Poley (Continued) —
Vocabulary 209


      Dear friends:
      Two years ago you began to learn English. I think you want to know it well and I hope this book will help you.
      Put the book on your table and read it every day for 15 or 20 minutes. This will improve your English and will help you to learn many interesting things.
      Almost every part of this book begins with English proverbs or sayings. Try to remember them.
      Also, among other things, there are many games which English children play. You can play them too.
      So make it a habit to read a little in English every day.
      Please let me know what you like and what you do not like in this book. Write to this address: Москва, ГСП-110, 3-й проезд Марьиной рощи, 41, «Просвещение», редакция английского языка.
     
      Это увлекательная книга для ежедневного чтения. Материал дозирован по неделям и содержит небольшие статьи общественно-политического характера, приуроченные к памятным датам, краткие сведения о жизни выдающихся ученых, писателей, деятелей искусства Англии и США, разделы «Знаешь ли ты?», «Сделай сам», «Узнай сам», рассказы и сказки, стихотворения и песни, а также разнообразный занимательный материал: игры, задачки, загадки и т. п.
      В книге много иллюстраций.
     
      September 1—7
     
      This Week's Proverbs
     
      A good beginning is half the battle.
      Хорошее начало — половина сражения.
      (Ср. Доброе начало — половина дела.)
     
      A good beginning makes a good ending.
      Хорошее начало делает (обеспечивает) хороший конец. (Ср. Лиха беда начало.)
     
      On September 1 the school year begins. Welcome 1 to the seventh form.
     
      September
      Summer is over and autumn begins. During the early autumn the weather is bright. On most days the sky is blue. In the mornings the dew2 is thick on the grass.
      The days become shorter and the nights longer. On September 23 the day is as long as the night.
      It is not so warm now.
      You can hardly swim in the river or lake because the water is rather cold, but you can go boating3 if you know how to row.
      In September leaves begin to change their colour.
      There are many mushrooms in September.
      1 welcome (to) — добро пожаловать
      2 dew [dju:] — роса
      3 to go boating — кататься на лодке
     
      Read It Yourself and then tell it in your own words to your younger sister or brother.
     
      Humpty Dumpty
      and the Bully2
     
      Humpty Dumpty put on his new red sweater3 because it was rather cold, then said good-bye to his mother and went to school. It was the first day of school after the summer holidays.
      When he came there he saw a small bull 4 near the school. “He must be a new boy at school,” thought Humpty Dumpty.
      “Hullo,” he said to the bull. “My name is Humpty Dumpty. What’s your name?”
      “I don’t want to tell you my name,” the bull said angrily. “I’m a bull, the strongest animal in the world. What kind of animal are you?”
      “I’m not an animal,” Humpty Dumpty answered. “I’m an egg.”
      “An egg!” the bull shouted. “Haw, haw, haw!5 An egg!” Humpty Dumpty went to the door, but the bull pushed him off.
      “See where you are going,” the bull shouted again, “or I shall break your shell.”
      Humpty Dumpty didn’t say anything.
     
      1 Humpty Dumpty — герой популярной детской песенки, имеющий форму яйца. С. Я. Маршак перевёл “Humpty Dumpty” как «Шал-тай-болтай». (См. стр. 35.)
      2 bully ['bull] — задира, забияка
      3 sweater ['swete] — свитер
      4 bull [bui] — бык
      5 haw, haw, haw [ho:]! — xa, xa, xa!
     
      Later that morning the bull came up to the squirrel1 and took a box of nuts out of his hand. The squirrel was greatly frightened, but the bull walked away and ate up all the nuts. Then he saw the elephant2 and also a pig3 in the corner of the yard. He came up to them and said: “What funny animals go to school here!” He turned to the pig. “This animal is as fat as a pig.”
      Then he said to the elephant, “And this animal has the biggest nose which I ever saw.”
      The pig and the elephant were so frightened that they ran awav and hid behind the school.
      Suddenly he saw Humpty Dumpty.
      “Well,” said the bull, “this is my friend, the egg. Don’t you know that bulls hate red? You had better4 take that sweater off.”
     
      1 squirrel ['skwirel] — белка
      2 elephant ['elifant] — слон
      3 pig — свинья, поросёнок
      4 You had better... — Ты бы лучше...
     
      Humpty Dumpty was very angry with the bull because he did not like the way the bull was treating his friends.1
      “I think, I shall not take my sweater off,” answered Humpty Dumpty.
      “What!” shouted the bull. He lowered his head and ran towards Humpty Dumpty.
      Humpty Dumpty waited until the bull was near him, and then he jumped aside.2
      The bull crashed 3 his head into the wall of the school! All the animals in the yard began to laugh.
      The bull turned around and looked at Humpty Dumpty. He lowered his head and began to go towards Humpty Dumpty again.
      This time Humpty Dumpty did not jump. He waited until the bull was near him and then he gave him a good punch 4 on the nose.
      The bull was so surprised that he sat down and began to cry.
      “Oh, my nose, my poor nose! Nobody will like me.”
      “It’s because you push everybody around and take
      things away from them,” said Humpty Dumpty. “If you stop it and if you don’t tell people that they are fat or ugly, then perhaps they will like you.”
      “I think you are right,” said the bull. “I’ll try to remember.”
      The bull apologized 5 to the elephant and the pig. Then he took some sweets out of the pocket and gave them to the squirrel.
      The bull was not such a bad bull. Thanks to6 Humpty Dumpty’s punch on the nose soon he and the other animals were all good friends!
     
      1 ...the way the bull was treating his friends — ...как бычок обращался с его друзьями
      2 aside — в сторону
      3 to crash — наскочить с треском, врезаться
      4 punch — удар кулаком
      5 to apologize [e'pol©d3aiz] — извиняться
      6 thanks to — благодаря


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