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So the Olympic Games returned to our life in They were a success. Athletes from thirteen countries came to Greece and had competitions in nine sports. Russia took part in them too. Now the number of countries taking part in the Olympic Games is much larger and so is the number of athletic events. Like in ancient times, the Olympic Games take place every four years. In the tradition of the Winter Olympic Games also began.

The noble idea of the Games is to make all people friends by meeting on football fields, courts and stadiums and to live in peace. Among other things the Committee chooses the place for the coming Olympics. It is a great honour to become an Olympic city and in Sochi did.

In Moscow joined the family of Olympic cities. The Olympic Games are probably the most important international sports event. Millions of people watch them all over the world. They support their Olympic teams and favourite athletes who fight peaceful battles in honour of sport.

A lot of people enjoy the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics, colourful and original. Many things have changed but like in ancient times winners of the Olympics become national — heroes in their countries. What helped you to understand it: I went to see Boris, but he had gone out. Did you find answers to your questions in the text?

Oh, deep in my heart I do believe That we shall overcome some day. We shall live in peace, we shall live in peace. We shall live in peace some day. WeTl walk hand in hand, weTl walk hand in hand, WeTl walk hand in hand some day. Read the word combinations. What happened during the Olympic Games in ancient times? What is happening now? In ancient times only one country took part in the Olympic Games.

Now a lot of countries do it. Bob and John have different lifestyles. Which of them do you think has an advantage and why? Bob has an advantage over John because Bob is strong and active and John is weak.

Собеседник может либо принять твоё предложение, либо отказаться от него. Say yes or no. Your idea is that your partner should spend a quiet evening at home should play a game of chess should start doing some physical exercise should learn to play baseball should watch the hockey match on TV should join the school athletic club should take part in the metre race should take pictures of the skiing competition should try to keep fit Complete the sentences.

I went to see the baseball match because I went to see the baseball match because I had never seen a baseball match before.

The two teams are already They have just come out Waterloo took place in near Brussels, Belgium. It was a footrace. Listen, 14 , and read.

Little babies cry when they are uncomfortable or hungry. Some birds cry very loudly. Nowadays a computer is probably the most important piece of equipment for a pupil. Schools need good sports equipment. The British are a nation of sea lovers. All the nations of the world should work on ecological problems together. YouTl win our prize if you can answer this question. Athletes get their prizes at home and abroad. They won the silver in the Olympics. Don smiled to himself when he remembered the funny poem.

John smiled at his sister and thanked her. About 50, spectators watched the final game. Say why these people are laughing, smiling or crying. Liz — to lose a good friend Liz is crying because she has lost a good friend.

После вопросительных слов who, what но не which , how, where, why реже — when. What else can you say? How else can we get there? Would you like anything else to drink? Which word combinations will you choose to get the right sentences: Say in what sports and games people use these pieces of equipment and match their names with the pictures.

People use a club and a ball in golf. Speak about sport in your school. Work in groups of 3—5 students. In each group there should be an interviewer trying to get information about sport in your school. The interviewer may want to find out: Read the sentences 1—7 and say what the words in column В mean.

Sir, to meet you. Read these word combinations. She writes about Jane often visits sports Jane often writes about the The other journalists say Jane is very Use in, up or with to complete the sentences.

The party finished at nine. The party ended at nine. Однако глагол finish в этом случае больше подходит для разговорной речи, а глагол end — для письменной. Глагол end не используется, если после него стоит другой глагол с окончанием -ing.

Таким образом, правильными являются предложения с глаголом finish; Soon I finished reading the new book. They finished playing tennis and went to take a shower. When did you finish boxing? Have you heard the name of Tatyana Tarasova? Say what you know about her. Read the text below and say what new facts about Tatyana you have learned from it. Tatyana Tarasova has trained more world and Olympic champions than anybody else in skating history.

Tatyana is the daughter of Anatoly Tarasov, a famous ice hockey trainer. For his daughter he has always been an example of a person who gave all his life to sport. A year later she started training young athletes. A lot of her students have become really famous like Irina Rodnina or Alexei Yagudin.

She is sure that if a sportsman or a sportswoman stops training, it puts an end to his or her career. In Tatyana Tarasova returned to Russia. Tatyana knows everything , about figure skating. She loves her students and believes in them. Choose a sport or a game and speak about it trying to make your story interesting.

Write what they had done by 8 p. Nora had done the flat by 8 p. Use the more the less 5 Philip the happier etc. Use the verb end where you can. Read what Mary Brooks, a manager, says about her likes and dislikes now and what she said about them at school.

Say how Mary has changed. At school I liked my dog Socks. I was fond of playing the piano. I liked cross-country skiing. I often went to the cinema and loved it. I often went to different parties and loved going there. Now I have no pets, and no time for them. I practically never do skiing. I drink a lot of coffee and love it. I hardly ever go to the cinema.

Match the words in the two columns and complete the sentences with the word combinations. These are sports meant for different age groups.

Say which of them you have ever done, at what age you did them, and which you would like to do. What do you think about the activities listed below? Would you like to do them? Here are some ideas. Read the text and see if there are answers to your questions in it.

Do We Need Such Sports? Many people think that athletes should stop boxing. In the history of boxing people tried to put an end to this sport. Only at the beginning of the 18th century this sport appeared again in England and became quite fashionable.

In the 19th century there was little boxing outside England and the USA. In the 20th century boxing became a sport of many countries again. But nowadays scientists are beginning to think that even modern boxing may be dangerous for human brain.

Complete the following sentences. Comment on these lines from a song about sport. This is ten per cent luck, twenty per cent skill. Five per cent pleasure, fifty per cent pain. Use the verbs in brackets in past perfect or past simple. Everybody go to bed. Write a few sentences about an athlete who helped to make history of the Russian sport. You may follow this outline: Choose the right reply.

Revise the words for Test One. Kinds of Sport and Other Activities Games Sports Other Activities badminton athletics aerobics baseball boxing boating basketball cross-country skiing competitive dancing chess cycling fishing cricket downhill skiing hunting football figure skating jogging golf gymnastics parkour grass hockey high jump pony riding ice hockey horse riding rodeo ping-pong judo roller skating rugby karate rope jumping table tennis long jump skateboarding tennis motor racing walking volleyball motorcycle racing water skiing water polo mountaineering parachute jumping rock climbing running sailing skating skiing ski jumping surfing weightlifting windsurfing yoga Step 10 Test Yourself I.

There are Winter and Summer Paralympic Games. They follow the Summer and The Paralympics began in That year the first sports event for disabled athletes took place. A small group of the British World War veterans competed with each other. In some Dutch veterans joined in the competitions. In in Rome disabled athletes took part in the Summer Paralympic Games.

In the year there were already 3, sportsmen from countries. In the Paralympic Games in Sochi the number of athletes was from 45 countries. The word Paralympic There are three colours These are the colours we can find on the flags of different nations.

The opening and the closing ceremonies Maximum result 6 Your result 7 III. Maximum result 10 Your result 7 Complete the sentences. Use past simple or past perfect. Maximum result 15 Your result 7 IV. Maximum result 15 Your result 7 V. Complete a page in your English album. Find information about some Olympic Games. Describe the Games and their results.

Illustrate your story with pictures. Andrew did some shopping. Andrew was tired because he had done some shopping. Read the text and say what the word "podigy" means. Prodigy Child Kevin was a prodigy child. By the age of two he had learned to read and write. Before his fifth birthday his parents had taught him to speak French and German and he played the piano rather well. When all his friends were still in the second form, he had already left school.

After he had finished college, he went to University to become a microbiologist. At sixteen he was ready for his final exams and soon became the youngest scientist in the history of his country.

Sam had left before Ann got After the guests had left, I went to there. Sam left before Ann got there. After the guests left, I went to bed. Past simple, a не past perfect употребляется для описания действий, которые в прошлом происходили непосредственно одно за другим, т. Pete came home and helped his sister to cook dinner.

Larry opened the door and his dog ran in. Choose a or b to complete the sentences. In two sentences both are possible. He is a man of good character. The film has a number of great characters. The central character of the book is an old policeman. The new road is going to connect the two cities. It was an interesting idea, and we decided to consider it. I consider him a good friend. All people enjoy entertainment.

Cinema is the entertainment of the 20th century. In ancient Greece people believed in a lot of gods. Mars was the Roman god of war. Money is his god. A lot of people think that God made the world. Do they believe in God? My parents introduced me to their visitors. I introduced myself to my new classmates. The school introduced new methods of teaching. Is it possible that we meet again? Complete these word combinations.

Make up sentences with some of them. Q Turn these sentences into questions. Spell the new words. How would you answer these questions? You and Your Free Time 1 How much free time do you have? Put your answers together and tell each other how you usually spend your free time. Match the verbs 1—5 in column A with the word combinations in column В and complete the sentences.

Read the text below and say which of these ideas are not in it. The history of entertainment is very old. In ancient times people had special places for singing, dancing and storytelling. Greek drama was the first public entertainment in Europe.

We know two kinds of Greek drama. Romans introduced new forms of entertainment. The beginnings of popular entertainment go back to prehistoric times, when dance, music and storytelling were very important. The traditions of entertainment began in ancient Greece about 2, years ago with the development of Greek drama.

Then they introduced another actor which made a dialogue between characters possible. The Romans continued the traditions of Greece and developed other kinds of entertainment as well.

In the Middle Ages the church considered entertainment and drama wrong, but by and by drama reappeared with religious and moral plays. In the time of Renaissance the theatre became less religious and there was a new interest in Greek and Roman drama.

Common people preferred comedies which were performed by a travelling group of actors. They usually performed on high platforms in public places. The actors offered entertainment which included plays, songs and dances. The Golden Age of Theatre began when the first special theatres were built. The first of such theatres was opened in London in Soon there appeared a few others including the famous Globe Theatre.

Among the writers who worked for these theatres was William Shakespeare, one of the greatest dramatists in any language. Shakespeare gave his audience great literature but at the same time he gave them popular entertainment. Nowadays people entertain themselves by listening to music, watching TV programmes, films and videos, going to concerts and circus shows but the theatre is still among our favourite entertainments.

What do the marked words mean? Read the text "The History of Entertainment" again and say the same in one word. A theatre or a film show, a concert, etc — entertainment. When did it happen? What time do we consider to be the Golden Age of Theatre? Yesterday I 1 meet Betty at the bus stop. In fact, she 6 look As her mother 9 be Use after or before.

I felt a little better. Nick left at 5: We got to the cinema at 7: I felt much better. Then I found it in our textbook. Then I saw the film. Use past simple or past perfect of the verbs in brackets. The carpet itself Choose the right variant. The first special theatres. The Romans built a th We still remember some of the Greek and Roman d A Read the theatre words.

Check, different objects in the theatre hall 1 stalls [sto: Read some more theatre words and check, At the Box Office A. How can I help you? Morning or evening performance? Where do you want your seats? In the stalls, please. Back or middle rows.

Fm sorry, but the stalls are sold out. Then I can offer you two seats in the circle, front row, at 12 pounds. I think Г11 take those. Make up similar dialogues of your own. You may use these ideas: Use the verbs in brackets in past simple or past perfect to complete the text.

Last summer we decided to paint the door of our bedroom. Rex had left some yellow marks on it too. Make four questions to these answers.

We said to Tom: Ann said to Helen: Jill said to Ann: It can close the stage from the audience. What can I do for you? Would you like seats in the circle, gallery or one of the boxes? Yes, there are some very good seats in the middle of the front row.

Can I have a seat for the evening performance on Saturday? Here is the money. Write the same in English. А 8 Who is coming Read the paragraphs of the text and put them in the right order.

I told Alec how much I liked the ballet. It was really wonderful. I said I would like to see another ballet some day. Then we had ice cream and coffee in the buffet. Our seats were in the stalls, and we could see the stage very well. Alec bought me a programme and gave me his opera glasses. As we had some time before the beginning, I walked to the stage and the orchestra pit.

I applauded loudly too: I had enjoyed myself greatly. I loved every minute of the first act: You can use the following. I explained to Alice that I had never been to India. She asked if John had read the book. She wondered who had left the door open. При переводе прямой речи в косвенную данные глаголы часто заменяют глагол said.

Polly said to Tom: She wants to know what these people said. Report their words for her and use the verb explain. I am very tired. Lizzy explained that she was very tired. My cousin arrived in London. We are fond of ballet. I was late for the performance. My aunt enjoyed her visit to Russia. I have lost my favourite ring. Report what they said. Use the verbs tell, explain, ask, wonder.

Report what he says. Use wondered, wanted to know, asked. Andy 6 Has he ever played that part? I was at the theatre. My seat was far from the stage. Greg told his parents that he had been to the theatre. He added that his seat had been far from the stage. I came back at five. I prepared chicken salad for you. The show was wonderful. Look at the picture and write the names of some places 1—8 in the theatre. Write where there are the best and the worst seats in modern theatres and where you and your relatives prefer to sit when you go to the theatre.

Complete the sentences with the words and word combinations from the box. We left our coats at the We walked around the Then we bought a programme from the The performance was I liked the At the end the Have you ever given blood to help sick people? Blood is thicker than water, cruel: She had a cruel look in her eyes.

Andrew devoted most of his time to painting. Mother Teresa devoted her life to the poor and the sick. Does he always wear fashionable and expensive clothes? The seats in the stalls are fairly expensive. They produce the best wine in France.

She can produce a tasty meal from nothing. She received a camera as a birthday gift. The scenery was fantastic. There was practically no scenery on the stage, thrill: We were thrilled to hear about your new job. Before reading the text say a what you know about William Shakespeare and b what you would like to know. Read the text to see if it gives answers to your questions. The Great Bard William Shakespeare is one of the most famous writers of all.

For hundreds of years his plays have been running in theatres all over the world in just about every language there is. The great author was born in on 23 April to John and Mary Shakespeare. John Shakespeare was a glove maker and the family was quite comfortable. They lived in Stratford-upon-Avon, a small but busy town in central England.

John Shakespeare sent his son William to school. When the boy left it at the age of about 14, he had to work in the family business.

He married early, at the age of He and his wife Anne had three children, two girls and a boy. Sadly, the boy died when he was just Then suddenly Shakespeare left Stratford for London.

A lot of people believe that he was thrilled by the idea of becoming an actor. In those days theatre was a very popular and not expensive form of entertainment in the country. People watched all kinds of plays which travelling theatre groups performed in the streets and squares. Probably Shakespeare joined one of such groups when he decided to devote his life to acting. The city of London was noisy, dangerous and possibly very dirty in those days.

There were several theatres, or playhouses. One of them, the Theatre, was popular with Queen Elizabeth I herself. Here Shakespeare began his acting career and later started to write plays.

In those days the tastes of the audiences were very different from what we like now. Theatre- goers enjoyed it when they saw cruel scenes [si: Did you understand them? What helped you to understand their meanings: Remember the text and say who: Remember the text and say what: Use the right forms of the verbs to add, to ask, to wonder, to explain, to tell, to say, to want in these sentences.

Read the text and complete it with the word combinations a—h. Give the text a name. They were round buildings open to the sky in the middle. There were no lights or lamps and they showed their plays in the afternoon. The actors men and boys only performed on the stage where Most of the audience stood to watch a play for a penny. More expensive tickets could get you a seat in the gallery or in a box. In those days theatre So one snowy Then they built the theatre in just 28 days and called it The Globe.

By that time Shakespeare already had a reputation of a poet and a dramatist, or playwrights Sadly, in during a performance The Globe caught fire, Anyway, it happened after William Shakespeare had left London for Stratford where he lived out the last years of his life and During his life he wrote 37 plays, several longer poems and sonnets.

His sonnets are Even nowadays people learn them by heart and remember lines from them. Пуритане от англ, pure — чистый выступали за чистоту веры и против различных светских развлечений, включая театральные зрелища.

We know for a fact that Shakespeare made up about 2, new words himself, some of his phrases have become so common that people use them every day. His works teach us to understand life and people and will always be internationally important. Listen, Л 32 , and read the text again. Answer the following questions. Say all you can about: You know the words in column A. Read the sentences and say what the words In column В mean. He hates dogs and other animals.

His neighbours always speak about his cruelty. She looks after her sick mother very well. С его помощью можно посмотреть как правильно сделать перевод, по какому алгоритму составить предложения, или списать уже готовые решения. ГДЗ 8 класс английский язык Афанасьева, Михеева. Учебник для общеобразовательных школ с углублённым изучением английского языка. Unit 1 Choosing a Career: The World of Jobs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10a 10b 11a 11b 12 13a 13b 14 15 16a 16b 17 18 19 20 21a 21b 22 23a 23b Grammar section 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33a 33b 34a 34b Phrasal Verb 35 36 37a 37b 38 39 40 41 42 43 Focus 44 45 46a 46b 46c 46d 46e 47a 47b 48 49a 49b 50 51 52 53 54a 54b 55a 55b 56 57 Topical Vocabulary 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71a 71b 72 Project Work Summing Up Unit 2 Education: The World of Learning 1 2 3 4a 4b 5a 5b 5c 6a-1 6a-2 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14a 14b 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Phrasal Verb 40 41 42 43a 43b 44 45 46 Focus 47 48 49 50 51 Focus 52a 52b 53a 53b 53c 54 55a-1 55a-2 56a 56b 57 58a 58b 59 60 Focus 61 62 63 64 65 66 Topical Vocabulary Focus 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74a 74b 75 76 77a 78 78b 79a 79b 80 Project Work Summing Up Unit 3 Shopping: The World of Money 1 2 3 4 5 6 7a 7b 8 9a 9b 10 11 12 13 14 15a 15b 16 17 18 19 20 21a 21b 22 23 24a 24b Grammar section 25 Focus 26 27 Focus 28 29 30 31 32 33 Focus 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 Phrasal Verb 42 43 44a 44b 45 46 47 Focus 48 49 50a 50b 51 52 53 54a 54b 54c 55a 55b 55c 56a 56b 57a 57b Focus 58 Focus 59 60 61 62 63 64 65a 65b 65c 66 67 Topical Vocabulary 68a 68b 69 70 71 72a 72b 73 74a 74b 74c 74d 75a 75b 76 77 78a 78b 79 80a 80b 80c 81 Project Work Summing Up Unit 4 Fascination and Challenge: The World of Science and Technology 1 2 3 4 5 6 7a 7b 8 9 10 11 12a 12b 13 14 15 16 17a 17b 17c 18 19 Grammar section 20 21 22 23 24 25 26a 26b 26c 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41a 41b 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Focus 49 50 51 Focus 52 53a 53b 53c 54a 54b 55 56a 56b 56c Focus 57 Focus 58 59 Focus 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 Topical Vocabulary 69 Focus 70 71 Focus 72 73 Focus 74 75 76 77 78a 78b 78c 79 80 81 82a 82b 83 Project Work Summing Up UNIT 5 Going to Places: The World of Travelling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7a 7b 8 9 10 11 12 13 14a 14b 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22a 22b 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Focus 38 Focus 39 40 41 42a 42b 43 44 45 46a 46b 47 48a 48b 49a 49b 50 Phrasal Verb 51 52 53a 53b 54 55 56 57 Focus 58 59 60a 60b 60c 60d 61a 61b 62a 62b 62c Focus 63 Focus 64 Focus 65 Focus 66a 66b Focus 67 68 69 Topical Vocabulary 70 Focus 71 72 73 Focus 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87a 87b 88 Project Work Summing Up UNIT 6 Newspapers and Television: The World of Mass Media 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12a 12b 13 14 15 16a 16b 17 18 19 Grammar section 20a 20b 21 22 Focus 23 24 25 26 27 Focus 28 29 Focus 30 Focus 31a 31b 32 33 Focus 34 Focus 35 Focus 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Phrasal Verb 43 44 45a 45b 45c 46 47 48 49 50 Focus 51 Focus 52 Focus 53 54 55a 55b 55c 56 57a 57b 58a 58b 59 60 61 62 Focus 63 64 65 66 67 68 69a 69b 70 Topical Vocabulary 71 72a 72b 73a 73b 74 75 76 77a 77b 78a 78b 79 80 81a 81b 82 83a 83b 84a 84b Project Work Summing Up.