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Cерия «Здравствуй, школа!»

В. Ю. Степанов

Занимательный
английский
ИГРЫ, ЗАДАНИЯ, ТЕСТЫ

Ростов-на-Дону
«Феникс»
2012

УДК 373.167.1:811.111
ББК 81.2Англ-9
КТК 441
С79
Степанов В.Ю.
Занимательный английский : игры, задания, тесты /
С79
В.Ю. Степанов. — Ростов н/Д : Феникс, 2012. — 255 с.: ил. —
(Здравствуй, школа!).
ISBN 978–5–222–19759–2
Сборник представляет собой подборку лексических упражнений игровой направленности по следующим темам: «Aлфавит»,
«Части тела, внешность, одежда», «Еда», «Времена года, месяцы, календарь, время», «Дом», «Школа и занятия», «Животные». Эти лексические упражнения имеют форму ребусов, загадок, лабиринтов, головоломок и кроссвордов, что гарантировано
увеличит интерес к изучаемому языку. Рекомендуется к использованию на уроках английского языка для учащихся начальной
школы. Использование данного сборника наряду с учебником
дает возможность развития воображения и креативности. Каждое
из упражнений может выполнятся учащимися как единолично,
так и в командно-состязательном режиме на правильность выполнения и на скорость.

УДК 373.167.1:811.111
ББК 81.2Англ-9

Степанов Валерий Юрьевич

Занимательный английский: игры, задания, тесты
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© В. Ю. Степанов, текст, 2012
© ООО «Феникс», оформление, 2012

Содержание
ABC..................................................................... 4
Body Parts, Appearance, Clothes........................ 16
Food.................................................................... 24
Seasons, Months, Calendar, Time....................... 30
Sport.................................................................... 39
House.................................................................. 48
School and Occupations...................................... 52
Animals............................................................... 62
Activity Mixture.................................................. 80
Rebus Rhymes ................................................. 137
Ответы.............................................................. 218
Словарь............................................................ 224

ABC
In each square the alpabetical streamer forms
a geometrical figure. What is it?
В каждом квадрате алфавитный
серпантин образует геометрическую фигуру.
Какая она?



– 5 –

– 6 –

– 7 –

2

“ Turning” the inner area of the Vocabulary
Wheel get as many words as you can. Мысленно
поворачивая внутреннюю область Словарного
Колеса, образуй как можно больше слов.

______________
______________
______________
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– 8 –
Here are some numbers and letters. Make words
using the given letters. Read the corresponding
numbers to another pupil. He/she guesses
the words. Перед тобой несколько цифр и букв.
Составь слова, используя данные буквы. Назови
соответствующие цифры другому ученику. Он/она
угадывает слова.



e.g. 8 — 7 — 5 — who
In a certain code if “SOMETIME” is written as
“FNPTDLHS”, then how would you write
“MUSHROOM”? Если по особенному коду
«SOMETIME» пишется как «FNPTDLHS»,
как тогда будет писаться «MUSHROOM»?



– 9 –

5

“ Turning” the inner area of the Vocabulary
Wheel get as many words as you can. Мысленно
поворачивая внутреннюю область Словарного
Колеса, образуй как можно больше слов.

______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________

_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________

______________
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______________
______________
______________
______________

– 10 –



Shift the position of the letters to get the right
English alphabet. Поменяй расположение
букв таким образом, чтобы получить правильный
английский алфавит.

1. A; 2. B; 3.

S; 4. D; 5. F; 6. E; 7. J;
8. H; 9. Y; 10. G; 11. X; 12. L; 13. M;
14. N; 15. O; 16. T; 17. Q; 18. R; 19. C; 20. P;
21. W;22. V; 23. U; 24. K; 25. I; 26. Z.

– 11 –



Sort the months in alphabetical order.
Расставь слова в алфавитном порядке.

January
Febuary
May
June
September October

March
April
July
August
November December

1. ___________________________
2. ___________________________
3. ___________________________
4. ___________________________
5. ___________________________
6. ___________________________
7. ___________________________
8. ___________________________
9. ___________________________
10. __________________________
11. __________________________
12. __________________________

– 12 –
Divide the letters of the alphabet into groups
according to their pronunciation. For example,
letters «E» and «B» have the same sound
[i], so they will be in one group. Раздели буквы
алфавита на группы согласно их произношению.
Например, буквы «E» и «B» имеют одинаковый
звук [i], поэтому они будут в одной группе.



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

– 13 –
Imagine that you go to a «Letter Shop» to buy
some letters. The price of a letter is its number
in the alphabet. For example, the letter «A» is
the first, so it costs 1 coin, the letter «B» is the second,
so it costs 2 coins. How many coins do you spend
every day of the week? How much have you spent
to buy all the letters? Представь, что ты идешь
в магазин «Буквы», чтобы купить несколько
букв. Ценой буквы является ее порядковый
номер в алфавите. Например, буква «A» первая
в алфавите, поэтому она стоит одну монетку,
буква «B» вторая, поэтому она стоит две
монетки. Сколько монет ты тратишь каждый
день недели? Сколько ты потратил, чтобы
купить все буквы?



Monday

You buy ABCDE. You pay ______ coins.

Tuesday

You buy ZHPLO. You pay ______ coins.

Wednesday You buy WYEDS. You pay ______ coins.
Thursday

You buy QCKTY. You pay ______ coins.

Friday

You buy FDVNI.

You pay ______ coins.

Saturday

You buy PJMFR.

You pay ______ coins.

– 14 –
Using the letters from the words below, write
 as many words as you can. You may use a letter
only once in one word. Используя буквы слов,
приведенных ниже, напиши столько слов, сколько
сможешь. Можно использовать букву в слове
только один раз.
A. parliament
B. comparison

10

e.g.
pet
son
_________________ ___________________
_________________ ___________________
_________________ ___________________
_________________ ___________________
_________________ ___________________
_________________ ___________________
One pupil says a word. The next pronounces the
 last letter of that word and gives a new word that
starts its spelling with this letter. Один ученик
называет слово. Следующий произносит
последнюю букву этого слова и называет новое
слово, начинающееся с этой буквы.
e.g. Pupil 1: Bread
Pupil 2: «D» — door
Pupil 3: «R» — room

11

– 15 –

12

“Turning” the inner area of the Vocabulary
Wheel get as many words as you can. Мысленно
поворачивая внутреннюю область Словарного
Колеса, образуй как можно больше слов.

______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________

_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________
_____________

______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________

BODY PARTS,
APPEARANCE, CLOTHES
Here are some pictures of parts of the body.
If «foot» and «hand» make a pair, what other
pairs can you find? Вот некоторые части
тела. Если «ступня» и «кисть руки» составляют
пару, какие ещё пары слов ты можешь найти?



– 17 –



Riddles about parts of body. Загадки о частях
тела.

1. Two brothers live across a path, but never see each
other.________________
2. Without it you couldn’t say a word.________________
3. What goes all over the house, but touches nothing?
________________
4. It lives alone between two bright stars.____________
5. A thick forest which grows as fast as it is cut down.
________________
6.




It always beats and hops;
It never sleeps or stops;
Life-long we don’t part
With our little ________________.

– 18 –



Fill in the right number in the right
circle. Вставь правильный номер
в соответствующий кружок.

1. head
2. ear
3. neck
4. face
5. shoulder
6. chest
7. back
8. arm
9. stomach
10. knee
11. wrist
12. thumb
13. hand
14. fingers
15. waist
16. hip
17. elbow

18. leg
19. heel
20. foot
21. ankle
22. toes
23. forehead

24. eyebrow
25. eye
26. cheek
27. nose
28. mouth
29. chin

– 19 –

– 20 –



Human body word scramble. Переставь буквы,
чтобы получить слово, обозначающее часть
тела.

1. MAR

1.

2. OEBN

2.

3. GNUL

3.

4. ERTHA

4.

5. RAIH

5.

6. EEY

6.

7. EEHTE

7.

8. BIR

8.

9. UMLSCE

9.

10. OETNSKEL

10.

11. ENOS

11.

12. TFEE

12.

13. REFNGI

13.

14. AINBR

14.

15. NEKE

15.

16. ULDSEHOR 16.

– 21 –



Using the words in the box fill in the following
chart. Заполни диаграмму, используя слова из
таблички.

hurt them break them shut them
bend them open them scratch them
stretch them throw them fold them
raise them cut them shake them
point them

– 22 –


T
R
O
U
S
E
R
S
N
X
F
T

 lothes word search puzzle. Найди слова,
C
обозначающие предметы одежды.

I
Q
S
C
A
R
F
O
B
Z
T
R

G
W
P
Z
P
A
J
A
M
A
S
A

H T S C H
E R H A T
L O O P M
X V E C V
A E S H I
F R G H J
A C K E T
I O U Y T
V A C M I
H T G F D
K I R T I
I N E R S

J S K G
T W Y L
H E T O
B A N V
R T S E
K E L P
B R E W
R E W Q
T T E N
S A W C
U Y T R
K L H J

– 23 –



Write down clothes for each letter of the
alphabet. Напиши название одежды,
начинающееся на каждую букву алфавита.

A

N

B

O

C

P

D

Q

E

R

F

S

G

T

H

U

I

V

J

W

K

X

L

Y

M

Z

FOOD



Put the food into the right colour group.
Расположи продукты питания в правильной
цветовой группе.

egg

salt

onion

potato

flour

orange

cucumber

carrot

tomato

lemon

sugar

banana

meat

peas

– 25 –

GREEN

e.g. Peas

____________
____________
____________
ORANGE
____________
____________
____________
RED
____________
____________
____________
WHITE
____________
____________
____________
YELLOW
____________
____________
____________

– 26 –
The nouns in the box are countable and
uncountable. Divide them according to this
feature. Some of them can be both countable
and uncountable. В табличке ниже перечислены
исчисляемые и неисчисляемые существительные.
Раздели их согласно этой особенности.
Некоторые из них могут быть как исчисляемыми,
так и неисчисляемыми.



meat grapes salt sugar apple
lemonade bread butter coffee
mushroom egg fish cake pepper
peach flour carrot milk onion
potato tomato cheese cream ham
ice cream plum yogurt raisin

_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________

_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________

– 27 –

_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________

_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________

3

 ame six different items of food and say if they
N
are good for us or not, why and how much we
should or shouldn’t eat them. Назови шесть
разных продуктов питания и скажи, полезны
ли они для нас, почему и сколько нам следует
или не следует их есть.
e.g. P1: Apples
P2: Apples are very good for us. They contain
vitamins. We should eat a lot.
P1: Sweets.
P2: Sweets aren’t very good for us. They are made
with sugar. We shouldn’t eat many.

– 28 –



Find the names of fruits.
Найди названия фруктов.

apple apricot banana cherry fig
grape grapefruit lemon lime mango
melon orange peach pear plum
persimmon tangerine watermelon

g
r
a
p
e
f
r
u
i
t
v
c

r
a
c
e
h
s
q
z
x
a
n
h

a
y
t
r
g
m
w
w
w
n
b
e

p
g
h
s
f
b
e
a
r
g
o
r

e
e
l
i
m
e
r
t
t
e
r
r

a
r
d
m
d
d
p
e
a
r
a
y

p
l
u
m
y
d
t
r
s
i
n
g

p
e
d
o
i
p
y
m
a
n
g
o

l
m
s
n
t
s
u
e
d
e
e
h

e
o
c
i
h
m
e
l
o
n
d
y

k
n
a
p
r
i
c
o
t
j
c
t

p
e
a
c
h
b
a
n
a
n
a
e

– 29 –
Put the words from the box under the right
group. If they are eaten raw, put the mark “V”
near. Вставь слова из таблички в правильную
колонку. Если это едят сырым, поставь рядом
знак “V” .



cherry
lobster
olive
turkey
lettuce

pineapple
carrot
plum
crab berry grapefruit
pear ham steak grapes
laminaria potatoes apple
pumpkin mango orange

SEASONS, MONTHS,
CALENDAR, TIME
1

 hen is the best time to do the following
W
activities? Какое время года подходит
следующим видам деятельности?

SPRING

AUTUMN

SUMMER

WINTER

– 31 –

watch the leaves fall _______________

go skiing_______________________

eat watermelon___________________

– 32 –

swim

____________________

watch trees
in blossom
______________

make a snow figure
_______________

– 33 –

pick flowers ____________________

go fishing

______________

clean windows
___________________

– 34 –

2

 raw the time on the clocks.
D
Нарисуй время в циферблатах.

It’s two o’clock. It’s two fifteen.
It’s a quarter
after two.

It’s two
forty-five.
It’s a quarter
to three.

It’s twelve o’clock.
It’s noon.

It’s two thirty.
It’s half past
two.

It’s twelve
o’clock.
It’s midnight.

– 35 –

It’s three o’clock.

It’s four thirty.

It’s one fifteen.

It’s seven forty-five.

– 36 –

It’s five thirty.

It’s noon.

It’s nine forty-five.

It’s six fifteen.

– 37 –

It’s ten thirty.

It’s a quarter
after five.

It’s half past eleven.

It’s a quarter
to eight.

– 38 –

It's twenty to six.

It’s three fifty.

It’s midnight.

It’s twenty
after seven.

SPORT
1

 atch the words in the box to one of the listed
M
sports. Some of the items go with more than
one sport. Подбери слова из таблички к
перечисленным видам спорта. Некоторые
из них подходят к разным видам.

a glove a ring a net a set a hole
a green a goal a racket a round
a club an umpire a court a pitch
a linesman a referee
1. tennis _____________________________________
2. golf

_____________________________________

3. boxing _____________________________________
4. volleyball

________________________________

5. football _____________________________________

– 40 –

2

Fill in the chart. Заполни таблицу.

football
ice hockey
tennis
rugby
chess volleyball basketball racing
bowling swimming running racing
People
play these
a ball
long jump
high sports
jump with
weightlifting
motorcycle archery wrestling boxing
kung fu
billiards handball water
polo badminton baseball
People play these sports
with a ball

People play these
sports without a ball

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

– 41 –

People play these sports
with a ball

People play these
sports without a ball

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

____________________

– 42 –

3

Circle the correct spelling of the word.
Обведи правильное написание слова.

1. footbalel

football

futeball

footbal

2. dodgeball

doedgeball

dodgebalel

dodgballe

3. handball

hanndball

handbalel

hahndball

4. hardbal

haerdball

hardbalel

hardball

5. soccir

soccer

socer

soccur

6. te bal

tee ball

teee baell

tehe balel

7. faur squar

four square

fouhr squeare foughr squhare

8. speed skating spead skahting spehed skatineg speede skatihng
9. tethirbal

tetherball

tehtherbaell

teetherbalel

– 43 –
10. hockey

hokcey

hocekey

hoeckey

11. softball

softbal

soeftball

sohftball

12. bowlign

bowling

boewling

bowlin

13. baeseball

bahseball

basebal

baseball

14. kihckball

kieckball

kickball

keckball

15. basketbalel basketball

basketbal

baskitball

16. vohlleyball voelleyball

volleybalel

volleyball

– 44 –

4

Sport word scramble. Переставь буквы, чтобы
получить слово, относящееся к спорту.

1. LLBA

1.

2. NWMMISGI

2.

3. RYUBG

3.

4. EBALBSAL

4.

5. UNR

5.

6. NIW

6.

7. WHRTO

7.

8. AKBSLLTAEB

8.

9. ELOS

9.

10. TBA

10.

– 45 –
11. INGGGOJ

11.

12. AKRTAE

12.

13. EACR

13.

14. CHTCA

14.

15. FGLO

15.

16. UPJM

16.

17. PNISRT

17.

18. MTEA

18.

19. NEICPOOITMT 19.

– 46 –

5

Fill in the missing letters. Вставь пропущенные
буквы.

bas__ball
__odgebal__
__andball
kick__all
so__cer
basket__a__l
f__otball
__ardball

– 47 –

la__rosse
so__tball
bowl__ng
fo__r sq__are
ho__key
__onk__y in the __iddle
speed __kat__ng

– 48 –

HOUSE
1

Look at the house. Name the places and rooms
using the words in the box. Взгляни на дом.
Назови места и комнаты, используя слова из
таблички.

bedroom bathroom attic window
living room
kitchen dining room
basement door

– 49 –

– 50 –

2

Look at the plan. The house isn’t finished yet.
Which room do you think is going to be the
bathroom, the kitchen, the living room, etc.?
Взгляни на план. Дом еще не закончен. Какая,
по-твоему, комната будет ванной, кухней,
гостиной и т.д.?

1 __________________________________________
2 __________________________________________
3 __________________________________________
4 __________________________________________
5 __________________________________________
6 __________________________________________

– 51 –

SCHOOL
AND OCCUPATIONS
1

Find 13 occupations in the puzzle.
Найди 13 профессиий.

– 53 –

2

 ook at the following notions and think of a job
L
for which this characteristic is necessary. Взгляни
на следующие понятия и подумай, для какой
профессии они необходимы.

1. strength

e.g.
BOXER
_____________________________

2. attention

_____________________________

3. creativity

_____________________________

4. reliability

_____________________________

5. patience

_____________________________

6. kindness

_____________________________

7. responsibility _____________________________
8. self-control _____________________________

– 54 –

3

Try the crossword. Разгадай кроссворд.
1

2
3

4
5

7

10

11

6

8

9

– 55 –
Across
3. I need to sharpen my ________________________.
5. I carry my books and pencils in my _____________
_____________________________.
8. Our ______________________________________
has over 2,000 books.
10. My ______________________________________
____ needs to be neater.
11. We go to the ______________________________
_____ lab to research on the Internet.
Down
1. I chose three _______________________________
___________ to read this month.
2. My _______________________________________
______________ taught us about the rain forest.
4. My ________________________________
assignment was to learn all my multiplication facts.
6. The box of _________________________________
_________ had 16 colours.
7. I walk to __________________________________
_______________ with my friends.
9. In _____________________________________
class we painted a picture of our school.

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4

 ort the names of the school subjects in
S
alphabetical order. Расположи названия
школьных предметов в алфавитном порядке.

Maths
Music

Arts
P.E.

1.____________________________
2.____________________________
3.____________________________
4.____________________________
History
Computers

Reading
Writing

1.____________________________
2.____________________________
3.____________________________
4.____________________________

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Drama
Geography

English
Literature

1.____________________________
2.____________________________
3.____________________________
4.____________________________

Nature Study
Spelling

Grammar
Russian

1.____________________________
2.____________________________
3.____________________________
4.____________________________

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5

Try the crossword. Разгадай кроссворд.

1

2

3

4

5
6

7

8

9

– 59 –

Across
1. The person who teaches you;
4. where your desk is;
6. a board where teachers and pupils write;
7. student;
8. a place to play;
9. a book with texts, tasks and problems.

Down
2. Home assignments;
3. a bag to carry books and copy-books;
5. a folder to keep papers organized.

– 60 –

6

 hat do they do for a living? Try the crossword.
W
Чем они занимаются? Разгадай кроссворд.

– 61 –

Across
1. He drives a truck.
6. He bakes pies.\
9. She acts on TV or in a theatre.
Down
1. He teaches in a school.
2. He fixes cars every day.
3. He dances every day.
4. She plays the violin.
5. She cooks in a restaurant.
7. He acts in films.
8. He sings every day.

ANIMALS
1

 ort the names of animals in alphabetical order.
S
Расположи названия животных в алфавитном
порядке.

Monkey
Elephant

Bear
Mouse

1.____________________________
2.____________________________
3.____________________________
4.____________________________
Bird
Giraffe

Camel
Hippo

1.____________________________
2.____________________________
3.____________________________
4.____________________________

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Hare
Fox

Tortoise
Wolf

1.____________________________
2.____________________________
3.____________________________
4.____________________________

Goat
Tiger

Lion
Snake

1.____________________________
2.____________________________
3.____________________________
4.____________________________

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Deer
Buffalo

Crocodile
Donkey

1.____________________________
2.____________________________
3.____________________________
4.____________________________
Rhinoceros
Zebra

Seal
Penguin

1.____________________________
2.____________________________
3.____________________________
4.____________________________

– 65 –

2

Choose any of these animals and write all
you know about it. Выбери любого из этих
животных и напиши все, что ты о нем
знаешь.

1. Where does it live?
2. Is it in danger? Why?
3. How many of them are there in
the world?

– 66 –

3

 nimal word scramble. Переставь буквы, чтобы
A
получить название животного.

1. DBRI

1.

2. OGD

2.

3. OENYDK

3.

4. GFRFEIA

4.

5. GLOIARLTA

5.

6. ATC

6.

7. EHSOR

7.

8. OILN

8.

9. YMOEKN

9.

10. EBE

10.

11. KUDC

11.

– 67 –
12. GRFO

12.

13. TNPLEHEA

13.

14. ORCDCILEO 14.
15. OLPNIHD

15.

16. LLRAIGO

16.

17. ESMUO

17.

18. EGRTI

18.

19. ABITRB

19.

20. TRA

20.

– 68 –

4

Guess what sound these animals make in English.
Угадай, какие звуки издают эти животные на
английском.

woof-woof ribbit meow neigh
oink-oink quack-quack eet-tweet
cock-a-doodle-doo moo baah

A frog says _________________________.

A dog says _________________________

A cow says ________________________.

A horse says ________________________.

– 69 –

A cat says ___________________________

A pig says __________________________

A sheep says ________________________

A bird says __________________________.

A cock says __________________________.

A duck says ____________________________

– 70 –

5

 rite down an animal word for each letter of
W
the alphabet. Напиши название животного,
начинающееся на каждую букву алфавита.

A _________________________________
B _________________________________
C _________________________________
D _________________________________
E _________________________________
F _________________________________
G _________________________________
H _________________________________
I _________________________________
J _________________________________
K _________________________________
L _________________________________

– 71 –

M ________________________________
N _________________________________
O _________________________________
P _________________________________
Q _________________________________
R _________________________________
S _________________________________
T _________________________________
U _________________________________
V _________________________________
W _________________________________
X _________________________________
Y _________________________________
Z _________________________________

– 72 –

6

Animal riddles. Загадки о животных.

pig bear whale dog frog parrot
cat horse tortoise elephant hen
crocodile goldfish
butterfly

I live in the woods.
I'm very big and furry.
I have a big nose, a little tail and four legs.
I like to eat fish and berries.
I am a ____________________________________

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I have wings but I'm not a bird.
I am small and colourful.
I live in gardens and fields and forests.
I used to be a caterpillar.
I am a ____________________________________

I'm a soft and furry pet.
I have four legs and a long tail.
I have sharp teeth and claws.
I like to chase mice.
I am a ____________________________________

– 74 –
I live in a house called a coop.
I have two legs, two wings and a tail.
I eat worms and bugs and grain.
I lay eggs.
I am a ____________________

I live in lakes and rivers.
I eat fish and birds.
I have four legs and a long tail.
I have lots of pretty teeth.
I am a ______________________

I have four legs.
I'm very smart and I like to play.
I like to smell things.
I can wag my tail.
I am a _________________

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I'm very, very big.
I like to eat peanuts and hay.
I have four legs and two big ears.
My long nose is called a trunk.
I am an _____________________

My skin is green and slippery.
I have four legs and webbed feet.
I eat bugs and little fish.
I can swim under water and hop on land.
I am a ___________________________________

I live in a bowl.
I can swim.
I have a tail.
I also have fins and big eyes.
I am a _____________________

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I have four legs and a long tail.
I eat oats and hay.
I love to run fast.
I let people ride on my back.
I am a _____________________

I have a tail.
I can fly.
I'm covered in colourful feathers.
I can whistle and I can talk.
I am a ______________________

I have a little tail.
My nose is called a snout.
I live on a farm.
I can say "Oink-oink".
I am a ______________________

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I have four legs and a tail.
I have no teeth.
I can swim and dive underwater.
I carry my house around with me.
I am a ______________________

I live in the ocean.
I swim wherever I want.
I sing to my family.
I can breathe through a hole in the top of my head.
I am a ____________________________________

– 78 –

7

 atch the parts of different animals with
M
the animals. К каким животным относятся
эти части тела?

1. snake _____________________

a) a horn

2. cow

_____________________

b) a mane

3. bat

_________________________ c) paws

4. cat

__________________________ d) hooves

5. elephant ________________________ e) a trunk
6. horse __________________________ f) claws
7. camel __________________________ g) fur
8. eagle __________________________ h) a hump
9. fly ______________________________ i) feathers
10. lion

__________________________ j) a tail

11. shark __________________________ k) a fin
12. rhinoceros______________________ l) a beak
13. dog

__________________________ m) wings

– 79 –

8

Fill in the missing letters using the words in the
box. Вставь пропущенные буквы, используя
слова из таблички.

ice cream nice great zoo saw ate
huge day balloon walked funny
clever

1. f ____ nny

7. gre ____ t

2. ice cr ____ am

8. a ____ e

3. bal ____ oon

9. h ____ ge

4. ni ____ e

10. wa ____ ked

5. d ____ y

11. sa ____

6. zo ____

12. cle ____ er

ACTIVITY MIXTURE
1

 elp the Goldfish find its way through the maze
H
and home to the pond. Помоги Золотой рыбке
пробраться через лабиринт к пруду.

– 81 –

2

Help the Rat visit his friend. Помоги Крысе
навестить подругу.

– 82 –

3

 elp the worm find its way through the maze.
H
Помоги червячку пройти лабиринт.

– 83 –

4

Help the squirrel collect acrons and take them
home. Помоги белке собрать желуди и
принести их домой.

– 84 –

5

Fit all the words into the horizontal and vertical
rows below. Вставь слова в подходящие
горизонтальные и вертикальные ряды ниже.

vegetable rake acorn
autumn scarecrow

leaves

– 85 –

6

Try the crossword. Разгадай кроссворд.
1

2

4

3

5

6

Across
2. Put some_____on your
bread.
4. I fed my_____and my
rat.
5. What is the______?
6. I______on a chair.

Down
1. My_______keeps my
head warm.
2. I hit the ball with
a_______.
3. My pet______is in a
cage.
5. I sat on a______.

– 86 –

7

 ill in the given words into each block following
F
the prompt on the right. Then read down the first
column of each group of answers to get a special
message for you. Заполни пропуски, используя
подсказки справа. Затем прочитай сверху вниз
первую колонку каждой группы ответов и
узнай особое послание для тебя.

1

A

To applaud

V

Opposite to under
T
R

2

Opposite to right
Opposite to light

A

What’s your _____?
E

It’s a nice _____.
L

A

Opposite to boy
Let me shake your _____

M

What _____ is it now?

– 87 –

3

A

_____ and pepper
M

Your house

N

4

_____ upon a time
H

Opposite to poor

P

A journey

R

Let fall
N

Opposite to uncle
R

5

S

There are 12 months
in a _____
_____ your face.

R

You press clothes with it.
N

_____ comes after eight.
E

A

False or _____ ?
Not difficult

D

This _____ leads to London.

– 88 –

6

E

_____ and there
Y

7

Far _____ country

N

Let’s sing this _____.

L

Opposite to hot

P

_____ your books and read.
E
I

_____ or less
Opposite to enter

– 89 –

8

 motions word scramble. Переставь буквы,
E
чтобы получить слово, обозначающее эмоцию.

1. PHAYP

1.

2. EUFCNSOD

2.

3. GANYR

3.

4. DRPUO

4.

5. ENYLLO

5.

6. ASD

6.

7. ISUSRPDER

7.

8. EYVN

8.

9. SAEMH

9.

10. TEEICDX

10.

– 90 –

9

 djective word scramble. Переставь буквы,
A
чтобы получить прилагательное.

1. IBG

1.

2. HTO

2.

3. TFSA

3.

4. EWN

4.

5. AHCPE

5.

6. LAET

6.

7. LDO

7.

8. MLLAS

8.

9. IHHG

9.

10. WLSO

10.

11. DKAR

11.

– 91 –
12. WLO

12.

13. RSEOSUI

13.

14. SAEF

14.

15. RYTEPT

15.

16. DLCO

16.

17. PENEXSVEI 17.
18. RFEFEITDN 18.
19. RLAEY

19.

20. GLITH

20.

– 92 –

10 Emotions and feelings word search puzzle. Найди
слова, обозначающие эмоции и чувства.

a

f

e

n

v

y

g

h

j

k

l

c

n

s

u

r

p

r

i

s

e

d

d

o

g

h

f

d

s

f

g

a

h

j

y

n

r

a

d

p

r

o

u

d

f

h

d

f

y

m

b

n

m

t

y

u

y

a

r

u

d

e

x

c

i

t

e

d

f

p

v

s

q

w

e

r

t

y

u

h

f

p

d

e

l

o

n

e

l

y

f

g

h

y

j

d

– 93 –

11 Imagine that today is Wednesday, the 15th. Give

the day and the date for the following times.
Представь, что сегодня среда, пятнадцатое
число. Назови указанные ниже день и дату.

e.g.

a. tomorrow Thursday, the 16th

b. yesterday ___________________________
c. the day before yesterday ________________
d. the day after tomorrow

________________

e. this time last week _____________________
f. this time next week ____________________
g. next weekend

_____________________

h. the Monday after next weekend___________

– 94 –

12 Directions word scramble. Переставь буквы,
чтобы получить слово, обозначающее
направление или место расположения.

1. NREA

1.

2. AFR

2.

3. ATSE

3.

4. AAYW

4.

5. ONLG

5.

6. HSTUO

6.

7. ESCOL

7.

8. TRNU

8.

9. RHGTI

9.

– 95 –
10. REVO

10.

11. SETW

11.

12. WDNO

12.

13. ORCENR

13.

14. FLET

14.

15. SEBEID

15.

16. TNXE

16.

17. OHTRN

17.

18. TSOP

18.

19. ROHTS

19.

20. ARDUNO 20.

– 96 –

13 Numbers word scramble. Переставь буквы,
чтобы получить слово, обозначающее
числительное.

1. EINN

1.

2. VNEES

2.

3. HRTEE

3.

4. ETN

4.

5. ISX

5.

6. OEN

6.

7. RFUO

7.

8. GIETH

8.

9. OTW

9.

10. EFVI

10.

– 97 –

14 Numbers word search puzzle. Найди слова,
обозначающие числительное.

v

t

h

r

e

e

b

s

g

r

w

e

s

i

c

f

i

g

b

o

n

e

g

y

j

x

f

f

o

u

r

h

e

r

y

n

i

m

h

j

t

e

n

h

i

v

r

e

w

d

r

e

w

n

e

w

s

e

v

e

n

e

e

– 98 –

15 Weather word scramble. Переставь буквы,

чтобы получить слово, относящееся к погоде.

1. OLCDU

1.

2. THO

2.

3. RTOMS

3.

4. UNSNY

4.

5. FENI

5.

6. YDLUCO

6.

7. LCDO

7.

8. HTAE

8.

9. SSANEO

9.

10. NWDI

10.

– 99 –
11. SCTFREAO

11.

12. NSWO

12.

13. LIAH

13.

14. IRNA

14.

15. UNS

15.

16. EFREZE

16.

17. FGO

17.

18. UMTPETREAER 18.

– 100 –

16

 olours word search puzzle. Найди слова,
C
обозначающие цвет.

O

R

A

N

G

E

G

J

B

Q

W

E

R

R

T

Y

U

R

R

V

G

R

E

Y

E

V

O

E

S

D

F

E

G

L

H

W

D

X

P

I

N

K

L

X

N

Z

B

S

D

R

T

O

Y

U

B

L

A

C

K

Q

W

A

Z

M

U

W

H

I

T

E

N

B

K

E

L

P

U

R

P

L

E

– 101 –

17

 ick (ν) what you can do. Cross out (x) what you
T
can’t do. Поставь знак (ν) напротив того, что
ты умеешь делать. Поставь знак (x) напротив
того, что ты не умеешь делать.

_________ draw
_________ play tennis
_________ multiply
_________ write an e-mail
_________ speak Spanish
_________ ride a horse
_________ drive a car
_________ sing
_________ fly
_________ dream
_________ write books
_________ swim
_________ cook
_________ make mistakes
_________ play the violin
_________ make puzzles
_________ understand jokes

– 102 –

18

Verbs search puzzle. Найди слова,
обозначающие глагол.

walk may wash give advise
turn wave meet hug help
dive
catch
look
write
do
cut enjoy work agree hope
join arrive end cook make
drive feel skip begin count
open build teach feed play
enter put fall excuse read
let run end save ask sing
add try stay test

– 103 –

W
A
S
H
S
T
A
Y
W
M
A
Y
C
A
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C
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U
G

A
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A
D
D
R
W
O
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K
A
L
O
O
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U
O

L
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V

Y
B
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F
P
O
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T
P
G
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W
C
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A
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G
D
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P
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N
D
E
N
T
E
R

– 104 –

19

 ho of the following relates cannot be related
W
to you by blood? Какие из перечисленных
родственников не являются кровными?

YES

sister
stepmother
niece
twin
half-sister
uncle
cousin
great-grandfather
sister-in-law
nephew

NO

+
-

– 105 –

20

 rite as many words as you can under each
W
category. Напиши как можно больше слов в
каждой категории.

FOOD

____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________

– 106 –

CLOTHES
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________

– 107 –

COLOURS
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________

– 108 –

21

 rite as many words as you can under each
W
category. Напиши как можно больше слов в
каждой категории.

A NI MA L S
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________

– 109 –

SCHOOL SUBJECTS
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________

– 110 –

NUMBERS
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________

– 111 –

22

 ind out and write the words that rhyme.
F
Найди и выпиши слова, которые рифмуются.

There once was a cat that ate a rat,
and after that sat on a yellow mat.
__________________________
If you drop the ball it will fall on the doll.
__________________________
To your right,
you’ll see a kite,
at a most incredible height.
__________________________
The boy of four
called the circus a bore
until he heard the lions roar.
__________________________
The big bear began to growl
when the little owl
used his towel. ________________

– 112 –

23

 dd some words to each list. Добавь несколько
A
слов к каждому списку.

have a shower, brush teeth………………………………
…………………………………………………………...
Italy, Russia, Spain………………………………………
…………………………………………………...………
a hall, a sitting room………………………………...……
………………………………………………………...…
English, French………………………………………..…
…………………………………………………………...
a shelf, a table……………………………………………
…………………………………………………………...
a teacher, a doctor………………………………………...
…………………………………..………………………

– 113 –

24

Riddles. Загадки.

I am hot.
I live in the sky.
I am bright.
Don’t look straight at me.
I disappear in the night. _______________________

I live in the water.
You can drive me.
I might make you sick.
Don’t put a hole in me.
Tie me up when you’re done. ___________________

I am in your body.
I am red.
I am the symbol of love.
Blood pumps through me.
Please don’t break me. ________________________

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I am red, green or yellow.
I am a healthy snack.
I make good juice.
You can bite me or slice me.
Give me to a teacher. __________________________

I am circular.
I go up and down.
You can throw me.
You can catch me.
Be careful with me near windows. _______________

I am usually green and brown.
I can live for a long time.
I’m a house for birds.
Kids love to climb me.
I need rain. ________________________________

– 115 –

25

Match the opposites. Write the correct letter in a
blank. Подбери слова, противоположные по
смыслу. Напиши правильную букву в пробеле.

e.g. 1. tall

f

a. thin

2. heavy

b. ugly

3. handsome

c. single

4. rich

d. cheap

5. married

e. poor

6. easy

f. short

7. expensive

g. old

8. young

h. noisy

9. large

i. difficult

10. quiet

j. small

– 116 –

26

 ut the following words in order of size, with
P
the smallest at the top. Расставь следующие
слова согласно размерe, начиная с самого
маленького.
place to live in


castle __________________________



palace __________________________



house __________________________



cabin __________________________

tent
water

__________________________



pool

__________________________



ocean __________________________



puddle __________________________



lake

__________________________



sea

__________________________



pond

__________________________

– 117 –

27

 omplete the table putting “–” or “+”. Заполни
C
таблицу, поставив “–” или “+”.

a story
“yes”
English
in a low voice
nothing
me about Jim
truth

to say

to speak

to tell





+

– 118 –

28

 ut the words in the box under the proper column.
P
Some of them can be used in both cases. Поставь
слова из таблицы под подходящей колонкой.
Некоторые из них могут использоваться в
обоих случаях.

– 119 –

– 120 –

29

 fter each group of words write either “This is
A
a sentence” or “This is not a sentence”.
После каждой группы слов напиши «Это
предложение» или «Это не предложение».
1. Once upon a time. __________________________
_____________________________________________
2. Nobody slept.
__________________________
_____________________________________________
3. On the top of the mountain. ___________________
_____________________________________________
4. Open the book.
__________________________
_____________________________________________
5. In the corner of the room.
___________________
_____________________________________________
6. Richard counted.
__________________________
_____________________________________________
7. In the morning.
__________________________
_____________________________________________
8. Birds fly.
________________________________
_____________________________________________
9. Because I want it.
__________________________
_____________________________________________

– 121 –

30

Try the crossword. Разгадай кроссворд.

Across
3. Paul is brushing ____________ teeth.
5. You’re fixing ____________ bicycle.
7. Sophia is cleaning ____________ room.
Down
1. The dog is eating ____________ breakfast.
2. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are painting __________ kitchen.
4. I’m washing _____________ hair.
6. We’re washing ______________ windows.

– 122 –

31

Divide the examples of third person singular
(he/she/it...) forms in the right column according
to the way of pronouncing. Поставь форму
глагола третьего лица единственного числа
(он/она/оно…) в правильную колонку согласно
ее произношению.

catches
puts
goes
eats
enjoys
dances
flies
does
leaves makes misses tries
stops
likes
reads
writes
says speakes stands teaches
learns waits washes works
watches has
loves
makes
comes takes

– 123 –

[s]
puts

____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________

– 124 –

[z]
goes

____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________

– 125 –

[iz]
catches

____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________

– 126 –

32

Complete the table. Заполни таблицу.

33

 ind the word in each group that is different and
F
underline it. В каждой группе слов найди слово,
отличное от других, и подчеркни его.
e.g. steak
chicken
cake
ham
1. banana
2. movie
3. Sam

orange
ice cream
Thursday

apple
concert
Friday

butter
soccer game
Monday

– 127 –
4. breakfast
5. park
6. coffee
7. Moscow
8. math

34
e.g.

dinner
pool
bread
English
science

waiter
lake
milk
French
kitchen

lunch
oil
tea
Japanese
history

 o you know where you go? Знаешь ли ты, куда
D
идешь?
I go to a supermarket to buy food.

1. I go to ________________ to see interesting animals.
2. I go to __________________________ to buy books.
3. I go to _______________________ to borrow money.
4. I go to ____________________ to get some medicine.
5. I go to _________________________ to meet people.
6. I go to _________________________ to catch a train.
7. I go to _________________________ to catch a bus.
8. I go to ___________________ to fly to other country.
9. I go to _________________________ to have a drink.
10. I go to ________________________ to have a meal.
11. I go to _________________________ to post letters.
12. I go to _________________________ to study.

– 128 –

35

Describe the following objects by shape, colour
and say what they are made of. Use the words
from the box. Опиши указанные предметы по
форме, цвету и скажи, из чего они сделаны.
Используй слова из таблички.

cylindrical, rectangular, spherical,
flat, square, parallelepiped, glass,
rubber, leather, plastic, paper,
sand, black, white, yellow, red,
transparent, grey, silver

OBJECT
a glass

a clock

SHAPE

COLOUR

MADE OF

– 129 –
a suitcase

a wheel

a brick

a mirror

a box

an envelope

a ball

– 130 –

36

 ivide the words in the box into “very good”
D
and “very bad”. Раздели слова из таблички на
«очень хороший» и «очень плохой».

wonderful
awful
terrific
boring
amusing
terrible

brilliant
exciting
entertaining
dreadful
disappointing
fascinating

very good

very bad

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

– 131 –

37

 atch the rhyming words.
M
Соедини рифмующиеся слова.

truck

pail

pen

car

house

hen

whale

mouse

hat

duck

star

cat

– 132 –

38

 atch the rhyming words. Соедини
M
рифмующиеся слова.

twig

kite

nail

pig

light

snail

plane

rake

snake

bell

shell

train

– 133 –

39

Tests for fun. Веселый тест.

1. HAND is to Glove as HEAD is to
hair
earring
neck
hat
2. A boy is 4 years old and his sister is three times as old
as he is. When the boy is 12 years old, how old will
his sister be?
16
20
24
28
32
3. A car moved 28 miles in 30 minutes. How many miles
per hour was it moving?
28
36
56
58
62

– 134 –
4. Ten people can paint 60 houses in 120 days, so five
people can paint 30 houses in:
— 15.
— 30.
— 60.
— 120.
5. The numbers 2-7-1-5-9-3-8 are read backwards as 8-39-5-1-7-2.
— True.
— False.
6. Nick is taller than Greg. Henry is taller than Nick.
Therefore, Greg is the shortest boy.
— True.
— False.
7. Which of the following figures is least like the other
four?

E

F

A

N

Z

8. Which one of the five makes the best comparison?
DAADDAD is to 5775575 as DADAADAD is to:
a) 57577575

– 135 –
b) 57577757
c) 57577757
d) 57577575
e) 57575775
9. Bowl is to cereal as envelope is to:
— Postman.
— Stamp.
— Letter.
— Post office.
10. Light is to window as air is to:
— Wind.
— Suffocation.
— Breath.
— Filter.
— Atmosphere.
11. A group of gentlemen meet for an afternoon tea party.
They bring all their dogs. In all, there are 22 heads and
72 feet. How many gentlemen and how many dogs are
in the room?
— 6 gentlemen and 16 dogs.
— 7 gentlemen and 15 dogs.

– 136 –
— 8 gentlemen and 14 dogs.
— 9 gentlemen and 13 dogs.
— 10 gentlemen and 12 dogs.
12. The sequence of “bicycle”, “triangle”, “glove”,
“clock” corresponds to the sequence of 2, 3, 5, 12.
— True.
— False.
13. Which one of the four is least like the other three?
— Fox.
— Pig.
— Snake.
— Horse.
14. Niece is to nephew as brother is to:
— Mother.
— Daughter.
— Sister.
— Cousin.

REBUS RHYMES

Read the rhymes and learn them by
heart. Get ready to recite the lines one by
one or row by row. Прочитай рифмы
и выучи их наизусть. Будь готов цитировать их строки одну за другой
или по рядам.

– 138 –

A-Tisket, A-Tasket

A-tisket, a-tasket,

A green and yellow basket.

I

wrote a letter

But on the way I

to my love,

dropped it.

– 139 –

I

dropped it, I

And, on the way I

dropped it,

dropped it.

A little boy

picked it up

And put it in his

pocket

,

.

– 140 –

A Flea

and a Fly

A Flea

Flew up

and a Fly

in a flue.

Said the Flea,

”Let us fly!”

Said the Fly,

”Let us flee!”

So they flew through a flap in the flue.

– 141 –

Bat,

Bat

Bat,

bat,

Come under my hat

And I’ll give you a slice of bacon,

And when I bake,

I’ll give you a cake,
If I am not mistaken.

– 142 –

Betty Botter

Betty Botter

But she

bought some butter,

said the butter’s

bitter.

If I put it in my batter,

It will make my batter

bitter.

But a bit of better butter

Is sure to make my batter

better.

– 143 –
So she

bought a bit of butter

Better than her bitter butter

And she

,

put it in her batter

And the batter

was not bitter.

So ‘twas better Betty Botter

Bought a bit of better butter

.

– 144 –

Birds of a Feather
Birds

of a feather,

Flock

together,

And so will pigs,

And swine.

Rats
and mice,
Will have their choice,
And so will I have mine.

– 145 –

The Cat and The Fiddle

Hey diddle diddle, the cat
The cow

and the fiddle

,

jumped over the moon,

The little dog

laughed to see

such sport,

And the dish

ran away with the spoon.

– 146 –

Curly Locks

Curly locks
Will you

, Curly locks,
be mine?

You shall not wash dishes,
Nor feed the swine,

But sit on a cushion,
And sew

a fine seam,

And feed upon strawberries,
Sugar

and cream

.

– 147 –

Bees

A swarm of bees

in May,

Is worth a load of hay

.

A swarm of bees

in June,

Is worth a silver spoon.
A swarm of bees
Isn’t worth a fly

in July,
.

– 148 –

Five Little Ducks

Five

little ducks,

Went out one day,

Over the hill

Mother duck

and far away.

said,

“Quack, quack, quack, quack.”

But only four

little ducks

came back.

– 149 –
Four little ducks,
Went out one day,
Over the hill

Mother duck

and far away.

said,

“Quack, quack, quack, quack.”
But only three
Three

little ducks

came back.

little ducks,

Went out one day,

Over the hill

and far away.

– 150 –

said,

Mother duck

“Quack, quack, quack, quack.”
But only two

little ducks

Two

came back.

little ducks,

Went out one day,
Over the hill

and far away.

Mother duck

said,

“Quack, quack, quack, quack.”
But only one
One

little duck
little duck,

came back.

– 151 –
Went out one day,
Over the hill

and far away.

Mother duck

said,

“Quack, quack, quack, quack.”
But none of the five
little ducks

came back.
Sad mother duck

Went out one day,

Over the hill

and far away.

– 152 –

Sad mother duck

said,

“Quack, quack, quack.”
And all of the five

little ducks

came back.

– 153 –

The Flying Pig

Dickory, dockory, dare,
The pig

The man

flew in the air;

in brown,

Soon brought him down,
Dickory, dockory, dare.

– 154 –

Hickory Dickory Dock
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The mouse

ran up the clock,

The clock

struck one

and down

,

he run,

Hickory Dickory Dock!
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The bird
The clock

looked at the clock,
struck two

, and away she flew,

Hickory Dickory Dock
Hickory Dickory Dock,

– 155 –
The dog
The clock

barked at the clock,
struck three

, fiddle-de-dee,

Hickory Dickory Dock!
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The bear

slept on the clock,

The clock

struck four

, he ran out the door,

Hickory Dickory Dock!
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The bee

buzzed round the clock,
The clock

struck five

she went to her hive,
Hickory Dickory Dock!

,

– 156 –
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The hen
The clock

clucked at the clock,
struck six

, fiddle-sticks,

Hickory Dickory Dock!
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The cat
The clock

ran round the clock,
struck seven

, she wanted to get ‘em,

Hickory Dickory Dock!
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The horse
The clock

jumped over the clock,
struck eight

, he ate some cake,

– 157 –
Hickory Dickory Dock!
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The cow

danced on the clock,

The clock

struck nine

, she felt so fine,

Hickory Dickory Dock!
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The pig
The clock

oinked at the clock,
struck ten

, she did it again,

Hickory Dickory Dock!
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The snake

The clock

squirmed out of the clock,

struck eleven
“Let me get in”,

, he said,

– 158 –
Hickory Dickory Dock!
Hickory Dickory Dock,
The snail

slimed up the clock,

The clock

struck twelve
what a sticky self,

Hickory Dickory Dock!

,

– 159 –

Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty

sat on a wall.

Humpty Dumpty

All the king’s

And all the king’s

had a great fall.

horses

men

Couldn’t put Humpty

together again.

– 160 –

Hush a Bye Baby
Hush-a-bye, baby,
In the tree

top.

When the wind blows,
The cradle
When the bough

The cradle

And down
Cradle

will rock.
breaks,

will fall,

will come baby,
and all.

– 161 –

The House That Jack Built

This is the house

that Jack

built.

This is the malt
That lay in the house

that Jack

built.

This is the rat
That ate the malt
That lay in the house

that Jack

This is the cat

built.

– 162 –
That chased the rat
That lay in the house
This is the dog
That chased the rat
That lay in the house

This is the cow
That tossed the dog
That chased the rat
That lay in the house

, that ate the malt,
that Jack

built.

that worried the cat
, that ate the malt,
that Jack

built.

with the crumpled horn,
that worried the cat
, that ate the malt,
that Jack

built.

– 163 –
This is the maiden

all forlorn,

the cow

That milked

with the crumpled horn
that worried the cat

That tossed the dog
That chased the rat

That lay in the house

This is the man
That kissed

that ate the malt

that Jack

built.

all tattered and torn,
the maiden

all forlorn,

– 164 –
That milked

the cow

that worried the cat

That tossed the dog
That chased the rat

That lay in the house

built.

all shaven and shorn,

That married the man

That milked

that ate the malt

that Jack

This is the priest

That kissed

with the crumpled horn,

all tattered and torn,

the maiden
the cow

all forlorn,

with the crumpled horn,

– 165 –
That tossed the dog
That chased the rat

That lay in the house

This is the cock

that worried the cat
that ate the malt

that Jack

built.

that crowed

in the morn

That waked the priest

all shaven and shorn,

That married the man

all tattered and torn,

– 166 –
That kissed

the maiden
the cow

That milked

all forlorn,
with the crumpled

horn,
That tossed the dog
That chased the rat

That lay in the house

, that worried the cat,
, that ate the malt,

that Jack

built.

This is the farmer

sowing the corn,

That kept the cock

that crowed

in the morn,

– 167 –
That waked the priest

all shaven and shorn,

That married the man

all tattered and torn,

the maiden

That kissed
That milked

the cow

That tossed the dog
That chased the rat

That lay in the house

all forlorn,

with the crumpled horn,
, that worried the cat,
, that ate the malt,

that Jack

built.

– 168 –

Little Miss Muffet

Little Miss Muffet

Eating her

sat on a tuffet,

curds and whey.

There came a big spider

Who

sat down beside her.

And frightened Miss Muffet

away!

– 169 –

Old Mother Goose

Old Mother

Goose

When she

wanted to wander,

Would ride through the air,
On a very fine gander.

Mother

Goose

It stood in the wood

had a house

– 170 –
Where an owl

at the door

As sentinel stood.
She

had a son, Jack
A plain looking lad
‘Twas not very good,
Nor yet very bad.

She

sent him

A live goose

“See, Mother?”

to market.

he bought,

he

said,

– 171 –
“I have not been for naught.”
Jack’s

goose

and her Gander

Soon grew very fond.
They’d both eat

Or swim

together,

in the pond.

Then, one fine morning,
As I have been told,

Jack’s

goose

had laid him

– 172 –
An egg
He

of pure gold.
ran to his mother,
The news for to tell.
called him

She

a good boy,

And said it was well.
Jack

sold his egg,
To a merchant untrue,
Who cheated him out,
Of half of his due.

Then Jack

went courting,

– 173 –
A lady

so gay,

As fair as the lily
As sweet as the May.
The merchant and squire,
Soon came at his back,
And began to belabour,
The sides of poor Jack.

Then old Mother

Goose

That instant came in,
And turned her son Jack
Into famed Harlequin.

– 174 –
She then with her wand,

Touched the lady

so fine,

And turned her at once,
Into sweet Columbine.
The gold

egg

in the sea,

Was thrown away then,
When an odd fish
The egg

brought her,
back again.

The merchant then vowed,

– 175 –

he would kill,

The goose

Resolving at once,
His pockets

Jack’s

mother

to fill.

came in,

And caught the goose
And mounting its back,
Flew up to the moon.

soon,

– 176 –

One, Two, Buckle My Shoe
One

, two

Three
Five

Nine
Eleven

, four
, six

Seven

, buckle my shoe;
, shut the door;
, pick up sticks;

, eight
, ten

, a big, fat hen;

, twelve

Thirteen 13, fourteen
Fifteen

, sixteen

Seventeen
Nineteen

, dig

and delve;

, maids

, maids

, eighteen
, twenty

, lay them straight;

a courting;
in the kitchen;

, maids
, my plate’s

awaiting;
empty.

– 177 –

One, Two, Three, Four, Five
One

, two

, three

Once I caught

Six

, seven

, four

, five

a fish

, eight

But I let it

alive.

, nine

, ten

go again.

go?

Why did I let it
Because it bit my finger
Which finger

,

so.
did it bite?

The little one upon the right.

,

– 178 –

Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat

Pussy cat

, pussy cat

, where have you been?

I’ve been to London to visit the queen.

Pussy cat

, pussy cat

I frightened a little mouse

, what did you do there?

under the chair

– 179 –

Ten Little Monkeys

Ten

little monkeys

Jumping on the bed
One

.

fell off and bumped his head

Mama

called the doctor

And the doctor

said,

.

– 180 –
“No more monkeys

Jumping on the bed

Nine

little monkeys

Jumping on the bed
One

fell off and bumped her head

Mama

.”

called the doctor

.
.

– 181 –
And the doctor

said

“No more monkeys

Jumping on the bed
Eight

little monkeys

Jumping on the bed
One

fell off and bumped his head

Mama

.”

called the doctor

.
.

– 182 –
And the doctor

said

“No more monkeys,

Jumping on the bed
Seven

little monkeys

Jumping on the bed
One

fell off and bumped her head

Mama

.”

called the doctor

.
.

– 183 –

And the doctor

said

“No more monkeys

Jumping on the bed
Six

little monkeys

Jumping on the bed
One

fell off and bumped his head

Mama

.”

called the doctor

.
.

– 184 –

And the doctor

said

“No more monkeys

Jumping on the bed
Five

5 little monkeys

Jumping on the bed
One

fell off and bumped her head

Mama

called the doctor

.”

– 185 –

And the doctor

said

“No more monkeys

Jumping on the bed
Four

little monkeys,

Jumping on the bed
One

fell off and bumped his head

Mama

called the doctor

.”

– 186 –

And the doctor

said

“No more monkeys

Jumping on the bed

Three

little monkeys

Jumping on the bed

One

fell off and bumped her head

Mama

called the doctor

.”

– 187 –
And the doctor

said

“No more monkeys

Jumping on the bed
Two

little monkeys

Jumping on the bed
One

fell off and bumped his head

Mama

called the doctor

.”

– 188 –

And the doctor

said

“No more monkeys

Jumping on the bed

One

little monkey

Jumping on the bed
One

fell off and bumped her head

Mama

called the doctor

.”

– 189 –

And the doctor

said

“No more monkeys

Jumping on the bed

.”

– 190 –

Head, Shoulders
Knees

Head

, and Toes

, shoulders
knees

and toes,

Knees

and toes,

Head

, shoulders
knees

,

and toes,

,

,

– 191 –

and toes,

Knees

And eyes

, and ears

and mouth

and nose,

Head

, shoulders

, knees

and toes,

Knees

and toes,

– 192 –

London Bridge
is Falling Down

London Bridge

is falling down,

Falling down

London Bridge

, falling down,

is falling down,

My fair lady.

– 193 –

Take a key

Lock

Take a key

and lock

her up, lock

and lock

My fair lady.

How will we build it up,

Build it up, build it up?

How will we build it up,

My fair lady.

her up,

her up,

her up,

– 194 –
Build it up

Silver

with silver

and gold

and gold,

, silver

and

gold,

Build it up

with silver

and gold,

My fair lady.

Gold

and silver

I have none,

I have none, I have none,
Gold

and silver

I have none,

– 195 –
My fair lady.

Build it up

with needles
,

and pins
Needles

and pins

needles

and pins,

Build it up

with needles
and pins,

My fair lady.

,

– 196 –
and needles

Pins

bend and

break,
Bend and break,
bend and break,
Pins

and needles

bend and break,

My fair lady.
Build it up

Build it up

with wood
Wood

and clay

wood

and clay,
with wood

and clay,
,

and clay,

– 197 –
My fair lady.

Wood

and clay

will wash away,

Wash away, wash away,
Wood

and clay

will wash away,

My fair lady.

Build it up
Stone
Build it up

with stone
so strong, stone
with stone

My fair lady.

so strong,
so strong,
so strong,

– 198 –
Stone

so strong will last so long,
Last so long, last so long,

Stone

so strong will last so long,
My fair lady.

– 199 –

If Wishes Were Horses

If wishes

were horses,

Beggars would ride.

If turnips

were watches,

I would wear one by my side.
And if «ifs» and «ands»
Were pots

and pans,

There’d be no work for tinkers!

– 200 –

Bedtime

The man

in the moon

Looked

out of the moon

Looked

out of the moon
and said,

‘Tis time for all children

To think

on the Earth

about getting to bed

.

– 201 –

The Ants Go Marching

The ants

go marching one

by one

,

by one

,

by one

,

Hurray! Hurray!
The ants

go marching one
Hurray! Hurray!

The ants
The little one

go marching one
stops

to suck her thumb,

And they all go marching down
To the ground;

– 202 –
To get out of the rain

Boom

, boom

.

, boom

, boom

go marching two

The ants

!

by two

,

by two

,

by two

,

Hurray! Hurray!
The ants

go marching two
Hurray! Hurray!

The ants

go marching two

The little one

stops

to tie her shoe.

And they all go marching down,

– 203 –
To the ground;
To get out of the rain

Boom

, boom

, boom

.

, boom

The ants

!

go marching
three

by three

,

Hurray! Hurray!
The ants

go marching
three

by three

,

Hurray! Hurray!
go marching

The ants
three

by three

,

– 204 –
The little one

stops

to ride a bee.

And they all go marching down,
To the ground;
To get out of the rain

Boom

, boom

.

, boom

, boom

The ants

!

go marching
four

by four

,

Hurray! Hurray!
go marching four

The ants
by four
Hurray! Hurray!

,

– 205 –
The ants

go marching
four

The little one

by four

stops

,
to ask for more.

And they all go marching down,
To the ground;
To get out of the rain

Boom

, boom

.

, boom

, boom

The ants

!

go marching
five

by five

Hurray! Hurray!

,

– 206 –
go marching

The ants
five

by five

,

Hurray! Hurray!
go marching

The ants
five

by five

The little one 1 stops

,

to jump and dive.

And they all go marching down

,

To the ground;
To get out of the rain

.

– 207 –
Boom

, boom

, boom

, boom

The ants

!
go

marching six

by six

,

Hurray! Hurray!
The ants

go
marching six

by six

,

Hurray! Hurray!
The ants

go
marching six

The little one

stops

by six

,

to pick up sticks.

And they all go marching down
To the ground;

– 208 –
To get out of the rain

Boom

, boom

, boom

.

, boom

The ants

!

go
marching seven

7 by seven 7,

Hurray! Hurray!
The ants

go
marching seven

7 by seven 7,

Hurray! Hurray!
The ants
marching seven

7 by seven 7,

– 209 –
The little one 1 stops

to write

with a pen.

And they all go marching down
To the ground;
To get out of the rain

Boom

, boom

, boom

.

, boom

!

The ants
go marching eight

by eight

,

– 210 –
Hurray! Hurray!
The ants
go marching eight

by eight

,

by eight

,

Hurray! Hurray!
The ants
go marching eight
The little one

stops

to rollerskate.

And they all go marching down
To the ground;
To get out of the rain

.

– 211 –
Boom

, boom

, boom

, boom

!

The ants
go marching nine

by nine

,

Hurray! Hurray!
The ants
go marching nine 9 by nine 9,
Hurray! Hurray!
The ants
go marching nine
The little one
to drink

stops
and dine.

And they all go marching down
To the ground;

by nine

,

– 212 –
To get out of the rain

Boom

, boom

.

, boom

, boom

!

The ants
go marching ten

by ten

,

by ten

,

by ten

,

Hurray! Hurray!
The ants
go marching ten
Hurray! Hurray!
The ants
go marching ten
The little one

stops

to shout “THE END.”

– 213 –

The Clock

There’s a neat little clock,

In the school

room it stands,

And points to the time
With its two

little hands

And may we, like the clock,
Keep a face
With hands

clean and bright,
ever ready

To do what is right.

.

– 214 –

The Lady and the Crocodile

She

sailed away

On a sunny

summer day,

On the back

of a crocodile.

“You see” said she,
“He’s as tame as tame can be,
I’ll ride

him down

the Nile.”

– 215 –

The croc

As she

winked his eye

bade them all goodbye,

Wearing a happy smile.

At the end of the ride
The lady

was inside,

And the smile

Was on the crocodile!

– 216 –

This Little Piggy

This little piggy

This little piggy

went to market

stayed home

This little piggy

This little piggy

had roast beef

had none

This little piggy

“Wee, wee, wee” all the way home.

said,

– 217 –

Daffodils

Daffy-down-dilly,

Has come to town,

In a yellow petticoat,

And a green gown.

ОТВЕТЫ
ABC
4. ITVNLNNQ
6.

8. 1. AHJK; 2. EBCDGPTV; 3. FLMNSXZ; 4. UQW;

5. IY; 6. O; 7. R

BODY PARTS, APPEARANCE, CLOTHES
2. 1. eyes; 2. a tongue; 3. voice; 4. a nose; 5. hair; 6.

heart.

4. 1. arm; 2. bone; 3. lung; 4. heart; 5. hair; 6. eye;
7. teeth; 8. rib; 9. muscle; 10. skeleton; 11. nose; 12. feet;
13. finger; 14. brain; 15. knee; 16. shoulder.

– 219 –

6. tights, trousers, scarf, pajamas, trainers, overcoat,

skirt, jacket, shirt, sweater, mitten, glove.

7. apron; boots; coat; dress; eye glasses; flip-flops;
gloves; hat; ice skate; jeans; kimono; leggins; mittens;
nightgown; overcoat; pants; ________; raincoat; socks;
T-shirt; underwear; vest; watch; _______; _______;
zipper.
SPORTS
4. ball; swimming; rugby; baseball; run; win; throw;
basketball; lose; bat; jogging; karate; race; golf; jump;
sprint; team; competition.
SCHOOL AND OCCUPATIONS

3.

B

C

S
C
H
O
O
L

M
A
T
H

C

B
O
O
K
S

P

A

L

I

B

T
E
A
C
H
E
R

P

A

N

D

W

R

I

M

P

U

T

E

R

N

C

I

R

C
R
A
Y
O
N
S

K
A
R
T

I

L

G

– 220 –

5.
S
B
A
C
K
P
A
C
K

C

L

T

H

O

O

L

T

E

A

C

C

L

A

S

S

R

O

O

B

L

A

C

K

B

A

S

S

M

A

T

P

L

A

Y

G

R

E

X

T

B

O

O

N
O
T
E
B
O
O
K

A

U

H
O
M
E
W
O
R
K

N

E

R

D

D

6. Across: 1.truckdriver, 6. baker, 9. actress
Down: 1.teacher, 2. mechanic, 3. dancer, 4. violinist,
5. chef, 7. actor, 8. singer

ANIMALS
3. bird; dog; donkey; giraffe; alligator; cat; horse; lion;
monkey; bee; duck; frog; elephant; crocodile; dolphin;
gorilla; mouse; tiger; rabbit; rat.

– 221 –

5. ant; bird; cat; dog; elephant; fox; goat; hippo; iguana;

jaguar; koala; lamb; monkey; newt; ox; pig; quail; rabbit;
sheep; tiger; urchin; viper; whale; xenops; yak; zebra.

6.

ACTIVITY MIXTURE

H
A
2
B U T T E 3R
A
A
4
5
C A T
M A T T E R
1

– 222 –

7.
Clap
Over
Left
Dark
Name
Idea
Girl
Hand
Time
Salt
Home
Once
Rich
Trip

Wash
Iron
Nine
True
Easy
Road
Here
Away
Song
Cold
Open
More
Exit

Drop
Aunt
Year
Hidden message: Cold night, short day – winter has
come.

– 223 –

A
6
S A T
8. happy; confused; angry; proud; lonely; sad; surprised;
envy; shame; excited.
9. big; hot; fast; new; cheap; late; old; small; high;
slow; dark; low; serious; safe; pretty; cold; expensive;
different; early; light.
10. angry; confused; envy; excited; happy; lonely;
proud; sad; shame; surprised.

12. near; far; east; away; long; south; close; turn; right;
over; west; down; corner; left; beside; next; north; stop;
short; around.

13. nine; seven; three; ten; six; one; four; eight; two;
five.

14. eight; five; four; nine; one; seven; six; ten; three;
two.

15. cloud; hot; storm; sunny; fine; cloudy; cold; heat;

season; wind; forecast; snow; hail; rain; sun; freeze; fog;
temperature.

16. orange, green, brown, red, grey, yellow, pink, black,
blue, white, purple.

СЛОВАРЬ
Aa
about [ə′baυt] prep о, об
across [ə′krɔs] prep через
act [ækt] v действовать, играть
add [æd] v прибавлять
advise [əd′vaɪz] v советовать
afternoon [?ɑ:ftə′nu:n] n время
после полудня, дневное
время
again [ə′ɡen, ə′ɡeɪn] adv снова,
опять
agree [ə′ɡri:] v соглашаться
air [eə] n воздух
alive [ə′laɪv] a живой
all [ɔ:l] a все
alligator [′ælɪɡeɪtə] n аллигатор
alone [ə′ləυn] a predic. один,
одинокий
alphabetical [?ælfə′betɪkəl] a
алфавитный
always [′ɔ:lweɪz] adv всегда,
постоянно

amusing [ə′mju:zɪŋ] a
забавный
and [ænd] conj а, и
angry [′æŋɡrɪ] a сердитый,
злой
animal [′ænɪməl] n животное
ankle [′æŋkl] n лодыжка
ant [ænt] n муравей
appearance [ə′pɪərəns] n вид,
наружность
applaud [ə′plɔ:d] v
аплодировать
apple [′æp(ə)l] n яблоко
apricot [′eɪprɪkɒt] n абрикос
April [′eɪpr(ə)l] n апрель
apron [′eɪprən] n передник
archery [′ɑ:tʃərɪ] n стрельба
из лука
area [′erɪə] n область
arm [ɑ:m] n рука (от кисти
до плеча)
around [ə′raυnd] adv всюду,
кругом

– 225 –
arrive [ə′raɪv] v прибывать (at,
in, upon)
arrow [′ærəυ] n стрела
art [′ɑ:t] n искусство
as [æz] adv как, prep как, conj
поскольку, как
ask [ɑ:sk] v спрашивать
assignment [ə′saɪnmənt] n
задание
aster [′æstə] n астра
atmosphere [′ætməsfɪə] n
атмосфера
attention [ə′tenʃən] n внимание
attic [′ætɪk] n мансарда,
чердак
August [′ɔ:ɡəst] n август
aunt [ɑ:nt] n тетя
autumn [′ɔ:təm] n осень
awaiting [ə′weɪtɪŋ] v ждать
away [ə′weɪ] adv вдали, далеко
awful [′ɔ:fǝl] a ужасный

Bb
baah [bɑ:] n блеяние овцы
baby [′beɪbɪ] n ребенок

back [bæk] n спина, задняя
сторона; a задний; adv
назад, обратно
backpack [′bækpæk] n рюкзак
backwards [′bækwədz] adv в
обратном направлении;
назад
badminton [′bædmɪntən] n
бадминтон
bag [bæɡ] n мешок, сумка
bake [beɪk] v печь(ся)
ball [bɔ:l] n мяч
balloon [bə′lu:n] n воздушный
шарик
banana [bə′nɑ:nə] n банан
bark [bɑ:k] v лаять
baseball [′beɪsbɔ:l] n бейсбол
basement [′beɪsmənt] n подвал
basket [′bɑ:skɪt] n корзина
basketball [′bɑ:skɪtbɔ:l] n
баскетбол
bat [bæt] n летучая мышь,
бита
bathroom [′bɑ:θru:m] n ванная
(комната)
batter [′bætə] n жидкое тесто

– 226 –
beak [bi:k] n клюв
bear [beə] n медведь
beat [bi:t] v бить, биться
because [bɪ′kɒz] conj потому
что, так как
bacon [′beɪkən] n бекон
bed [bed] n кровать
bedroom [′bedru:m] n спальня
bee [bi:] n пчела
beef [bi:f] n говядина
before [bɪ′fɔ:] prep перед, до
beggar [′beɡə] n нищий
begin [bɪ′ɡɪn] v (began
[bɪ′ɡæn]; begun [bɪ′ɡʌn])
начинать(ся)
belabour [bɪ′leɪbə] v лупить
bell [bel] n колокол, звонок
bend [bend] v (bent [bent])
сгибать(ся), гнуть(ся)
berry [′berɪ] n ягода
beside [bɪ′saɪd] prep около
best [best] a наилучший
better [′betə] a лучший
between [bɪ′twi:n] prep между,
среди

bicycle [′baɪsɪkl] n велосипед
big [bɪɡ] a большой
big toe [′bɪɡtəu] n большой
палец ноги
billiards [′bɪljədz] n бильярд
bird [bɜ:d] n птица
bite [baɪt] v (bit [bɪt]) кусать
bitter [′bɪtə] a горький
black [blæk] a черный
blackboard [′blækbɔ:d] n
классная доска
blood [blʌd] n кровь
blossom [′blɔsəm] n цветение
blow [bləu] v дуть
bluebell [′blu:bel] n
колокольчик
board [bɔ:d] n доска, борт
body [′bɒdɪ] n тело, туловище
bone [bəυn] n кость
book [bυk] n книга
boom [bu:m] n бум, рокот
boot [bu:t] n ботинок
bore [bɔ:] n скука
boring [′bɔ:rɪŋ] a
надоедливый, скучный

– 227 –
borrow [′bɔrəu] v брать
взаймы
bough [bau] n ветвь
bowl [bəul] n чаша
bowling [′bəυlɪŋ] n боулинг;
кегельбан
box [bɒks] n коробка, ящик
boxer [′bɔksə] n боксер
boxing [′bɔksɪŋ] n бокс
boy [bɔɪ] n мальчик
brain [breɪn] n мозг
bread [bred] n хлеб
break [breɪk] n перемена;
v (broke [brəυk], broken
[′brəυkən]) ломать
breakfast [′brekfəst] n завтрак
breath [breθ] n дыхание
breathe [bri:ð] v дышать
brick [brɪk] n кирпич
bridge [brɪdʒ] n мост
bright [braɪt] a яркий
brilliant [′brɪljənt] a блестящий
bring [brɪŋ] v (brought [brɔ:t])
приносить
brother [′brʌðə] n брат

brown [braυn] a коричневый
brush [brʌʃ] v причесывать
(волосы); brush teeth
чистить зубы
buckle [′bʌkl] v застегивать
пряжку
buffalo [′bʌfələυ] n (pl -oes
[-əυz]) буйвол
bug [bʌɡ] n жук
build [bɪld] v строить
bump [bʌmp] v ударять
bus [bʌs] n автобус
but [bʌt] prep но
butter [′bʌtə] n масло
butterfly [′bʌtəflaɪ] n бабочка
buy [baɪ] v (bought [bɔ:t])
покупать
buzz [bʌz] v гудеть

Cc
cabin [′kæbɪn] n хижина
cage [keɪdʒ] n клетка
cake [keɪk] n торт, пирожное
calendar [′kæləndə] n
календарь

– 228 –
call [kɔ:l] v звать, звонить по
телефону
camel [′kæml] n верблюд
camellia [kə′mi:lɪə] n камелия
can [kæn] v (could [kud] мочь
candy [′kændɪ] n конфета
car [kɑ:] n машина
careful [′keəfυl] a осторожный
carrot [′kærət] n морковь
carry [′kærɪ] v везти, нести
cartoon [kɑ:′tu:n] n
мультфильм
castle [′kɑ:sl] n за́мок
cat [kæt] n кот, кошка
catch [kætʃ] v (caught [kɔ:t])
ловить
caterpillar [′kætəpɪlə] n
гусеница
cereal [′sɪərɪəl] n хлопья
(кушанье из круп)
chair [tʃeə] n стул
chase [tʃeɪz] v преследовать
cheap [tʃi:p] a дешевый
cheat [tʃi:t] v обманывать
cheek [tʃi:k] n щека

cheerleader [′tʃɪə̗ li:də] n
девушка из группы
поддержки (на спортивных
соревнованиях)
cheese [tʃi:z] n сыр
cherry [′tʃerɪ] n вишня
chess [tʃes] n шахматы
chest [tʃest] n грудь
chestnut [′tʃesnʌt] n каштан
chicken [′tʃɪkɪn] n цыпленок
child [tʃaɪld] n (pl children)
ребенок (мн. дети)
chin [tʃɪn] n подбородок
choice [tʃɔɪs] n выбор
choose [tʃu:z] v (chose [tʃəυz],
chosen [′tʃəυzn]) выбирать
chrysanthemum
[krə′sænθɪməm] n
хризантема
circular [′sɜ:kjυlə] a круглый,
круговой
circus [′sɜ:kəs] n цирк
clap [klæp] v хлопать
class [klɑ:s] n класс
classmate [′klɑ:smeɪt] n
одноклассник

– 229 –
classroom [′klɑ:sru:m] n класс
claw [klɔ:] n коготь
clay [kleɪ] n глина
clean [kli:n] a чистый;
v чистить
clever [′klevə] a умный
climb [klaɪm] v взбираться
clock [klɔk] n часы
clothes [kləυðz] n pl одежда
cloudy [′klaυdɪ] a облачный
clown [klaυn] n клоун
club [klʌb] n клуб, клюшка
cluck [klʌk] v кудахтать
coat [kəυt] n пиджак, куртка
cock [kɔk] n петух
cock-a-doodle-doo
[′kɔkədu:dl′du:] n кукареку
coffee [′kɒfɪ] n кофе
cold [kəυld] a холодный
colour [′kʌlə] n цвет
colourful [′kʌləfəl] a
красочный
Columbine [′kɔləmbaɪn] prop n
Коломбина

come [kʌm] v (came [keɪm],
come [kʌm]) приходить
comparison [kəm′pærɪsn] n
сравнение
competition [?kɒmpə′tɪʃn] n
соревнование
compost [′kɔmpɔst] n компост
computer [kəm′pju:tə] n
компьютер
concert [′kɒnsət] n концерт
confused [kən′fju:zd] a
смущенный
contain [kən′teɪn] v содержать
cook [kυk] v готовить
coop [kəu′ɔp] n курятник
copy-book [′kɔpɪbuk] n тетрадь
corn [kɔ:n] n зерно
corner [′kɔ:nə] n угол
correspond [?kɔrɪs′pɔnd] v
соответствовать
court [kɔ:t] n корт; v
ухаживать
courting [kɔ:tɪŋ] n ухаживание
cousin [′kʌzn] n двоюродный
брат, двоюродная сестра

– 230 –
count [kaυnt] v считать
countable [′kauntəbl] a
исчисляемый
country [′kʌntrɪ] n страна
cover [′kʌvə] n обложка;
v покрывать
cow [kaυ] n корова
crab [kræb] n краб
cradle [′kreɪdl] n колыбель
crayon [′kreɪɒn] n цветной
карандаш
cream [kri:m] n сливки, крем
creativity [krɪe′tɪvɪtɪ] n
творческий потенциал
crocodile [′krɒkədaɪl] n
крокодил
crossword [′krɔswə:d] n
кроссворд
crow [krəu] v кукарекать
crumple [′krʌmpl] v мять
cucumber [′kju:kʌmbə] n
огурец
curd [kə:d] n творог
curly [′kɜ:lɪ] a кудрявый,
волнистый

cushion [′kuʃən] n подушка
cut [kʌt] v (cut [kʌt]) резать
cylindrical [sə′lɪndrɪkl] a
цилиндрический

Dd
daffodil [′dæfədɪl] n бледножёлтый нарцисс
daisy [′deɪzɪ] n маргаритка
dance [dɑ:ns] v танцевать
danger [′deɪndʒə] n опасность
dark [dɑ:k] a темный
daughter [′dɔ:tə] n дочь
day [deɪ] n день
December [dɪ′sembə] n
декабрь
deer [dɪə] n олень
delve [delv] v копаться
desk [desk] n парта
different [′dɪfrənt] a разный
difficult [′dɪfɪklt] a трудный
dig [dɪɡ] v рыть
dining room [′daɪnɪŋru:m] n
столовая

– 231 –
disappear [?dɪsə′pɪə] v
исчезать, скрываться
disappointing [?dɪsə′pɔɪntɪŋ]
a неутешительный;
разочаровывающий
dish [dɪʃ] n блюдо, тарелка,
(pl dishes) посуда
dive [daɪv] v нырять
do [du:] v (did [dɪd], done
[dʌn]) делать
doctor [′dɒktə] n врач, доктор
dog [dɒɡ] n собака
doll [dɒl] n кукла
donkey [′dɒŋkɪ] n осел
door [dɔ:] n дверь
doughnut [′dəunʌt] n пончик
down [daun] adv вниз
drama [′dra:mə] n зд.
драматургия
draw [drɔ:] v (drew [dru:],
drawn [drɔ:n]) рисовать
dreadful [′dredful] a ужасный
dream [dri:m] n сон,
сновидение, мечта; v
(dreamt [dremt], dreamed
[-d]) сниться, мечтать

dress [dres] n платье; v
одевать(ся)
drink [drɪŋk] n питье, напиток;
v (drank [dræŋk], drunk
[drʌŋk]) пить
dinner [′dɪnə] n обед
drive [draɪv] v (drove [drəυv],
driven [′drɪvn]) ехать
drop [drɒp] v ронять
duck [dʌk] n утка
due [dju:] n долг
dumpling [′dʌmplɪŋ] n клёцка

Ee
each [i:tʃ] pron каждый
eagle [′i:ɡl] n орел
ear [ɪə] n ухо
early [′ɜ:lɪ] adv рано
earring [′ɪərɪŋ] n серьга
earth [ɜ:θ] n земля
easy [′i:zɪ] a легкий,
нетрудный
eat [i:t] v (ate [et], eaten [′i:tn])
кушать, есть

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eet-etweet [′i:t twi:t ] n
чириканье
egg [eɡ] n яйцо
eight [eɪt] num восемь
eighteen [?eɪ′ti:n] num
восемнадцать
elbow [′elbəυ] n локоть
elephant [′elɪfənt] n слон
eleven [ɪ′levn] num
одиннадцать
e-mail [′i:meɪl] n адрес
электронной почты
end [end] n конец; v
заканчиваться
English [′ɪŋɡlɪʃ] n английский
enjoy [ɪn′dʒɔɪ] v получать
удовольствие,
наслаждаться
enough [ɪ′nʌf] adv достаточно
enter [′entə] v входить
entertaining [?entə′teɪnɪŋ] a
забавный, занимательный,
развлекательный
envelope [′envələυp] n конверт
environment [ɪn′vaɪrənmənt] n
Apple; Ball;
Heart;
окружающая
средаTree

envy [′envɪ] n зависть
empty [′emptɪ] a пустой
every [′evrɪ] a каждый
exciting [ɪk′saɪtɪŋ]
a волнующий,
захватывающий
excuse [ɪk′skju:z] v извинять
exit [′eksɪt] n выход
expensive [ɪk′spensɪv] a
дорогостоящий
eye [aɪ] n глаз
eyebrow [′aɪbraυ] n бровь

Ff
face [feɪs] n лицо; v смотреть
в лицо, смотреть в
определенную сторону
fact [fækt] n факт, событие;
pl facts данные
fair [feə] a честный
fall [fɔ:l] n амер. осень; v (fell
[fel], fallen [′fɔ:lən]) падать
false [fɔ:ls] a ложный,
ошибочный
famed [feɪmd] a знаменитый

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family [′fæməlɪ] n семья
far [fɑ:] a дальний, далекий;
adv далеко
farmer [′fɑ:mə] n фермер
fascinating [′fæsɪneɪtɪŋ]
a захватывающий;
очаровательный;
привлекательный
fast [fɑ:st] a быстрый, adv
быстро
feather [′feðə] n перо (птичье)
February [′febrυərɪ] n февраль
feed [fi:d] v (fed [fed]) кормить
feel [fi:l] v (felt [felt])
чувствовать
fiddle [′fɪdl] n скрипка
field [fi:ld] n поле
fifteen [?fɪf′ti:n] num
пятнадцать
fifty [′fɪftɪ] num пятьдесят
fig [fɪɡ] n инжир
figure [′fɪɡə] n число
fill [fɪl] v наполнять(ся)
film [fɪlm] n фильм
filter [′fɪltə] n фильтр

fin [fɪn] n плавник (рыбы)
find [faɪnd] v (found [faυnd])
находить
fine [faɪn] a хороший,
прекрасный
finger [′fɪŋɡə] n палец
fish [fɪʃ] n рыба
fishing [′fɪʃɪŋ] n лов рыбы
five [faɪv] num пять
fix [fɪks] v чинить,
ремонтировать,
устанавливать
flat [flæt] a плоский
flea [fli:] n блоха
flee [fli:] v убегать
flip-flops [′flɪpflɔp] n сандалии
flock [flɔk] v скапливаться
floor [flɔ:] n пол
flour [′flaυə] n мука́
flower [′flaυə] n цветок
flue [flu:] n вытяжная труба
fly [flaɪ] n муха; v (flew [flu:],
flown [fləυn]) летать
fog [fɒɡ] n густой туман

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fold [fəuld] v сгибать,
складывать
folder [′fəυldə] n папка
following [′fɒləυɪŋ] a
следующий
fond [fɔnd] a любящий
food [fu:d] n пища, еда
foot [fυt] n (pl feet) нога
football [′fυtbɔ:l] n футбол
forecast [′fɔ:kɑ:st] n прогноз
forehead [′fɒrɪd] n лоб
forest [′fɒrɪst] n лес
forlorn [fə′lɔ:n] a несчастный
four [fɔ:] num четыре
fourteen [?fɔ:′ti:n] num
четырнадцать
fox [fɒks] n лиса
freeze [fri:z] n заморозки
French [frentʃ] a французский;
n (the French) pl собир.
французский народ,
французы
Friday [′fraɪdɪ] n пятница
friend [frend] n друг
frighten [′fraɪtn] v пугать

frog [frɒɡ] n лягушка
fruit [fru:t] n плод, фрукт
fun [fʌn] n шутка, веселье
funny [′fʌnɪ] a забавный,
смешной
fur [fɜ:] n мех, шерсть
furry [′fɜ:rɪ] a пушистый

Gg
game [ɡeɪm] n игра
gander [′ɡændə] n гусак
garage [′ɡærɑ:ʒ] n гараж
garden [′ɡɑ:dn] n сад
gay [ɡeɪ] a веселый
gender [′dʒendə] n пол, род
gentleman [′dʒentlmən] n
джентльмен (pl gentlemen)
Geography [dʒɪ′ɒɡrəfɪ] n
география
giraffe [dʒɪ′rɑ:f] n жираф(а)
girl [ɡɜ:l] n девочка
give [ɡɪv] v (gave [ɡeɪv], given
[′ɡɪvn]) давать
glass [ɡlɑ:s] a стеклянный; n
стекло, стакан

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glasses [′ɡlɑ:sɪz] n pl очки
glove [ɡlʌv] n перчатка
go [ɡəu] v идти
goal [ɡəυl] n ворота; гол
goat [ɡəut] n козел
gold [′ɡəυld] n золото
goldfish [′ɡəυldfɪʃ] n золотая
рыбка
golf [ɡɔlf] n гольф
good [ɡυd] a хороший
goodbye [ɡud′baɪ] n до
свидания
goose [ɡu:s] n (pl geese [ɡi:s])
гусь, гусыня
gorilla [ɡə′rɪlə] n горилла
gown [ɡaun] n платье
grain [ɡreɪn] n зерно
grammar [′ɡræmə] n
грамматика
grape [ɡreɪp] n виноград
grapefruit [′ɡreɪp?fru:t] n
грейпфрут
great [ɡreɪt] a великий,
восхитительный,
великолепный

great-grandfather
[′ɡreɪt′ɡrænd?fɑ:ðə] n
прадед
green [ɡri:n] a зеленый; n
лужайка
greeting [′ɡri:tɪŋ] n
приветствие
grey [ɡreɪ] a серый
ground [ɡraυnd] n земля
group [ɡru:p] n группа
grow [ɡrəu] v (grew [ɡru:])
расти
growl [ɡraul] v рычать
grumpy [′ɡrʌmpɪ] a сварливый

Hh
hail [heɪl] n град
hair [heə] n волосы
half [hɑ:f] n (pl halves)
половина
half-sister [′hɑ:f?sɪstə] n
единокровная сестра
hall [hɔ:l] n холл
ham [hæm] n ветчина

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hamburger [′hæmbɜ:ɡə] n
гамбургер
hand [′hænd] n рука
handball [′hændbɔ:l] n гандбол,
ручной мяч
handsome [′hænsəm] n
красивый
handwriting [′hændraɪtɪŋ] n
почерк
happy [′hæpɪ] a счастливый
hare [heə] n заяц
Harlequin [′hɑ:lɪkwɪn] prop n
Арлекин
hat [hæt] n шляпа
have [hæv] v (had [hæd])
иметь, обладать
hay [heɪ] n сено
he [hɪ] pron он
head [hed] n голова
healthy [′helθɪ] a здоровый
hear [hɪə] v (heard [hɜ:d])
слышать
heart [hɑ:t] n сердце
heat [hi:t] n жара
heavy [′hevɪ] a тяжелый

heel [hi:l] n каблук
height [haɪt] n высота
hello [he′ləυ] interj здравствуй,
привет!
help [help] a помогать
hen [hen] n курица
her [hɜ:] pron pers (косв. п. от
she) ее; pron poss ее
here [hɪə] adv здесь, тут
hi [haɪ] interj разг. привет!,
салют!, здорово!
hide-and-seek [?haɪdn′si:k] n
игра в прятки
high [haɪ] a высокий
hill [hɪl] n холм
hip [hɪp] n бедро
hippo [′hɪpəu] n гиппопотам
his [hɪz] pron poss его
History [′hɪstrɪ] n история
hive [haɪv] n улей
hockey [′hɒkɪ] n хоккей
hole [həυl] n дыра, нора
home [həυm] a домашний

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homework [′həυmwɜ:k] n
домашняя работа,
домашнее задание
hoof [hu:f] n (pl hoofs [-fs],
hooves) копыто
hop [hɔp] v прыгать
hope [həυp] v надеяться
hopscotch [′hɒpskɒtʃ] n игра
в классики
horn [hɔ:n] n рог
horse [hɔ:s] n лошадь, конь
hot [hɔt] a горячий
hour [′aυə] n час
house [haυs] n дом
how [haυ] prep как
hug [hʌɡ] v крепко обнимать
huge [hju:dʒ] a огромный
hump [hʌmp] n горб
hundred [′hʌndrəd] num сто
hurray [hə′reɪ] interj ура!
hurt [hɜ:t] v болеть,
повреждать

Ii
I [aɪ] pron pers я

ice [aɪs] n лед
ice cream [′aɪskri:m] n
мороженое
idea [aɪ′dɪə] n идея
if [ɪf] conj если
iguana [ɪ′ɡwɒ:nə], [?ɪɡju′ɒ:nə]
n игуана
in [ɪn] prep в
incredible [ɪn′kredɪbl] a
невероятный
insect [′ɪnsekt] n насекомое
inside [?ɪn′saɪd] adv внутри
instant [′ɪnstənt] n момент
interesting [′ɪntrəstɪŋ] a
интересный
internet [′ɪntənet] n интернет
into [′ɪntu:, ′ɪntυ, ′ɪntə] prep
в(о), на
iris [′aɪrɪs] n ирис
iron [′aɪən] v гладить, n утюг
it [ɪt] pron он, она, оно
(о неодушевлённых
предметах, животных,
младенцах)
Italy [′ɪt(ə)lɪ] n Италия

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Jj

Kk

jacket [′dʒækɪt] n куртка
jaguar [′dʒæɡjuə] n ягуар
jam [dʒæm] n варенье, джем
January [′dʒænjυərɪ] n январь
Japanese [?dʒæpə′ni:z] a
японский; n японец,
японка
jeans [dʒi:nz] n pl джинсы
jogging [′dʒɔɡɪŋ] n бег
трусцой
join [dʒɔɪn] v
присоединить(ся)
joke [dʒəυk] n шутка
journey [′dʒɜ:nɪ] n поездка,
путешествие (преим.
сухопутное)
juice [dʒu:s] n сок
July [dʒυ′laɪ] n июль
jump [′dʒʌmp] n прыжок; v
прыгать
jumping [′dʒʌmpɪŋ] n прыжки
June [dʒu:n] n июнь

karate [kə′rɑ:tɪ] n каратэ
keep [ki:p] v (kept [kept])
держать, хранить
ketchup [′ketʃəp] n кетчуп
key [ki:] n ключ
kick [kɪk] v пинать, ударять
kid [kɪd] n ребенок
kidney [′kɪdnɪ] n почка
kill [kɪl] v убивать
kimono [kɪ′məunəu] n кимоно
kindness [′kaɪndnɪs] n доброта
king [kɪŋ] n король
kiss [kɪs] n поцелуй; v
целовать
kitchen [′kɪtʃən] n кухня
kite [kaɪt] n бумажный змей
knee [ni:] n колено
koala [kəu′ɑ:lə] n коала
kung fu [?kυŋ′fu:] n кунг-фу

Ll
lab [læb] n лаборатория
lady [′leɪdɪ] n леди

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lake [leɪk] n озеро
lamb [læm] n ягненок
laminaria [?læmɪ′nɛərɪə] n
морская капуста
large [lɑ:dʒ] a большой,
широкий
last [lɑ:st] a последний; v
продолжаться, длиться
laugh [lɑ:f] v смеяться
lay [leɪ] v (laid [leɪd]) класть,
лежать, откладывать (яйца)
lead [li:d] v руководить, вести
leaf [li:f] n (pl leaves) лист
learn [lɜ:n] v (learnt, learned
[lɜ:nt]) учиться, учить
(что-л.)
least [li:st] a наименьший,
малейший; adv менее всего
leather [′leðə] a кожаный; n
кожа
leave [li:v] v (left [left])
покидать, уезжать
left [left] a левый
leg [leɡ] n нога (от бедра до
ступни)
leggins [leɡɪns] n pl гетры

lemon [′lemən] n лимон
lemonade [?lemə′neɪd] n
лимонад
less [les] a меньший; adv
меньше, менее, в меньшей
степени
let [let] v (let [let]) позволять,
разрешать
letter [′letə] n буква, письмо
lettuce [′letɪs] n салат
library [′laɪbrərɪ] n библиотека
life-long [?laɪf ′lɔŋ] a
пожизненный
light [laɪt] a легкий; n свет,
освещение
like [laɪk] v нравиться,
любить; adv подобно, так
lilac [′laɪlək] n сирень
lily [′lɪlɪ] n лилия
lime [laɪm] n лайм
linesman [′laɪnzmən] n судья
на линии
lion [′laɪən] n лев
Literature [′lɪt(ə)rətʃə] n
литература
little [′lɪtl] a маленький

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live [lɪv] v жить
liver [′lɪvə] n печень
living room [′lɪvɪŋ rυm] n
гостиная
load [ləud] n связка (сена)
lobster [′lɔbstə] n омар
lock [lɔk] n замо́к, локон; v
запирать на замок
London [′lʌndən] n Лондон
lonely [′ləunlɪ] a одинокий
long [lɒŋ] a длинный
look [lυk] v смотреть, глядеть
lot [lɒt] n много
love [lʌv] n любовь; v любить
low [ləυ] a низкий
lunch [lʌntʃ] n второй завтрак
(обычно в полдень), ленч
lung [lʌŋ] n легкое

Mm
maid [meɪd] v девица
maiden [′meɪdn] n девушка
make [meɪk] v (made [meɪd])
делать, совершать,
заставлять

malt [mɔ:lt] n солод
man [mæn] n (pl men)
мужчина
mane [meɪn] n грива
mango [′mæŋɡəυ] n манго
many [′menɪ] a много
march [mɑ:tʃ] v маршировать;
March [mɑ:tʃ] n март
market [′mɑ:kɪt] n рынок
married [′mærɪd] a женатый,
замужняя
marry [′mærɪ] v венчать,
женить
mat [mæt] n циновка
Maths [mæθs] n математика
matter [′mætə] n дело
May [meɪ] n май
may [meɪ] v (might [maɪt])
мочь, иметь возможность,
можно
me [mi:] pron pers (косв. п.
от I) мне, меня (кого?)
meal [mi:l] n принятие пищи,
еда
meat [mi:t] n мясо

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medicine [′medsɪn] n лекарство
meet [mi:t] v (met [met])
встречать, встречаться
melon [′melən] n дыня
meow [mi:′aυ] n мяу
merchant [′mə:tʃənt] n
торговец
midday [?mɪd′deɪ] n полдень
midnight [′mɪdnaɪt] n полночь
mile [maɪl] n миля
milk [mɪlk] n молоко; v доить
mine [maɪn] pron poss мой,
моя, мое
mirror [′mɪrə] n зеркало
Miss [mɪs] n госпожа, мисс
miss [mɪs] v пропускать,
скучать
mistake [mɪ′steɪk] n ошибка
mitten [′mɪtn] n рукавица,
варежка
Monday [′mʌndɪ] n
понедельник
money [′mʌnɪ] n (тк. sing)
деньги
monkey [′mʌŋkɪ] n обезьяна

month [mʌnθ] n месяц
moo [mu:] n му
moon [mu:n] n (the Moon)
луна
more [mɔ:] adv больше, более
morn [mɔ:n] n утро
morning [′mɔ:nɪŋ] n утро
Moscow [′mɔskəυ] n Москва
mother [′mʌðə] n мама
mountain [′maυntɪn] n гора
mouse [maυs] n (pl mice
[mais]) мышь
mouth [mauθ] n рот
movie [′mu:vɪ] n фильм
multiplication [?mʌltɪplɪ′keɪʃn]
n умножение
multiply [′mʌltɪplai]
v умножать
muscle [′mʌsl] n мускул
mushroom [′mʌʃrυm] n гриб
Music [′mju:zɪk] n урок
музыки
music [′mju:zɪk] n музыка
my [maɪ] pron poss мой, моя,
мое, мои

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Nn
nail [neɪl] n гвоздь
name [neɪm] n имя; v называть
narcissus [nɑ:′sɪsəs] n (pl -es
[-ɪz], -si) нарцисс
Nature Study [′neɪtʃə′stʌdɪ] n
природоведение
naught [nɔ:t] n ничто
near [nɪə] adv близко, около
neat [ni:t] a аккуратный
neck [nek] n шея
need [ni:d] v испытывать
потребность, нуждаться
needle [′ni:dl] n игла
neigh [neɪ] n ржание
nephew [′nevju:] n племянник
net [net] n сеть
never [′nevə] adv никогда
newt [nju:t] n тритон
next [nekst] a следующий
nice [naɪs] a хороший,
приятный, милый
niece [ni:s] n племянница
night [naɪt] n ночь

nightgown [′naɪtɡaun] n
длинная ночная рубашка
Nile (the) [naɪl] n Нил
nine [naɪn] num девять
nineteen [?naɪn′ti:n] num
девятнадцать
nobody [′nəυbədɪ] pron neg
никто
noisy [′nɔɪzɪ] a шумный
noon [nu:n] n полдень
north [nɔ:θ] n север
nose [nəυz] n нос
not [nɒt] adv не, нет, ни
(отрицательная частица
«не»)
notebook [′nəutbuk] n записная
книжка, портативный
компьютер
nothing [′nʌθɪŋ] pron neg
ничто, ничего
November [nəʋ′vembə] n
ноябрь
now [naυ] adv теперь, сейчас
number [′nʌmbə] n число,
цифра, номер
nut [nʌt] n орех

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Oo
oat [əυt] n овес
object [′ɒbdʒɪkt] n предмет
ocean [′əυʃn] n океан
October [ɒk′təυbə] n октябрь
odd [ɔd] a необычный
oil [ɔɪl] n масло
oink-oink [ɒɪŋk ɒɪŋk] n
хрю-хрю
old [əυld] a старый
olive [′ɒlɪv] a оливковый; n
оливка
once [wʌns] adv однажды
one [wʌn] num один
onion [′ʌnjən] n лук
open [′əυpən] v открывать
opposite [′ɒpəzɪt] a
находящийся напротив,
противоположный
orange [′ɒrɪndʒ] a оранжевый,
n апельсин
orchid [′ɔ:kɪd] n орхидея
organize [′ɔ:ɡənaɪz] v
организовывать

other [′ʌðə] a другой
our [auə] pron poss наш
oven [′ʌvn] n духовка
over [′əυvə] prep над, выше
overcoat [′əυvəkəυt] n пальто
owl [aυl] n сова
ox [ɒks] n (pl oxen) бык

Pp
pail [peɪl] n ведро
paint [peɪnt] v красить,
рисовать красками
pajamas [pə′dʒɑ:məz] n
пижама
palace [′pælɪs] n дворец
palm [pɑ:m] n ладонь
pan [pæn] n кастрюля
pants [pænts] n pl штаны
paper [′peɪpə] a бумажный; n
бумага
parallelepiped
[?pærəlelə′paɪped] n
параллелепипед
park [pɑ:k] n парк

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parliament [′pɑ:ləmənt] n
парламент
parrot [′pærət] n попугай
part [pɑ:t] n часть, v уезжать,
расставаться
party [′pɑ:tɪ] n вечеринка
patience [′peɪʃəns] n терпение
paw [pɔ:] n лапа
P.E. (Physical Education)
[′pi: ′i:] [′fɪzɪkl?edjυ′keɪʃn] n
физкультура
pea [pi:] n горошина
peach [pi:tʃ] n персик
peanut [′pi:nʌt] n арахис
pear [pɛə] n груша
pen [pen] n ручка
pencil [′pensl] n карандаш
penguin [′peŋɡwɪn] n пингвин
peony [′pɪənɪ] n пион
people [′pi:pl] n люди
pepper [′pepə] n перец
per [pə:] prep в, за
persimmon [pə:′sɪmən] n хурма
person [′pɜ:sn] n человек

pet [pet] n любимое домашнее
животное
petticoat [′petɪkəut] n юбка
pick [pɪk] v выбирать,
собирать
picture [′pɪktʃə] n рисунок,
картина
pie [paɪ] n пирог
pig [pɪɡ] n свинья
piggy [′pɪɡɪ] n поросенок
pin [pɪn] n булавка, значок
pineapple [′paɪnæpl] n ананас
pink [pɪŋk] a розовый
pitch [pɪtʃ] n часть крикетного
поля между линиями

подающих
pizza [′pi:tsə] n пицца
plane [pleɪn] n самолет
plastic [′plæstɪk] a
пластмассовый; n
пластмасса
plate [pleɪt] n тарелка
play [pleɪ] v играть
playground [′pleɪɡraυnd]
n площадка для игр,
спортивная площадка

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please [pli:z] разг.
пожалуйста!, будьте
добры!
plum [plʌm] n слива
pocket [′pɒkɪt] n карман
point [pɔɪnt] v указывать
polo [′pəυləu] n поло
pond [pɔnd] n водоем
pool [pu:l] n плавательный
бассейн (тж. swimming
pool)
poor [puə] a бедный
poppy [′pɒpɪ] n мак
post [pəυst] v отправлять по
почте; post office [pəυst
′ɒfɪs] n почта
postman [′pəυstmən] n
почтальон
pot [pɒt] n горшок, котелок
potato [pə′teɪtəυ] n (pl -oes
[-əυz]) картофелина
press [pres] v гладить
(утюгом)
pressure [′preʃə] n давление
pretty [′prɪtɪ] a хорошенький
(о женщине или ребенке)

priest [pri:st] n священник
problem [′prɒbləm] n
проблема, вопрос, задача
proud [praυd] a гордый
puddle [′pʌdl] n лужа
pump [pʌmp] v качать
pumpkin [′pʌmpkɪn] n тыква
puppy [′pʌpɪ] n щенок
pure [pjuə] a чистый
purple [′pɜ:pl] a пурпурный
pussy [′pʌsɪ] n киска
put [pυt] v (put [pυt]) класть,
положить; put on одевать
puzzle [′pʌzl] n загадка,
головоломка

Qq
quack-quack [kwæk] n кря-кря
quail [kweɪl] n перепел
quarter [′kwɔ:tə] n четверть
queen [kwi:n] n королева
quiche [ki:ʃ] n пирог с
заварным кремом
quiet [′kwaɪət] a спокойный,
тихий

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Rr
rabbit [′ræbɪt] n кролик
race [reɪs] n соревнование,
гонка
racing [′reɪsɪŋ] n гонки
racket [′rækɪt] n ракетка
rain [reɪn] n дождь; v идти
(о дожде)
raincoat [′reɪnkəυt] n плащ
raise [reɪz] v поднимать
raisin [′reɪzn] n изюм
rake [reɪk] n грабли
rat [ræt] n крыса
read [ri:d] v (read [red]) читать
Reading [′ri:dɪŋ] n чтение
rectangular [rek′tæŋɡjυlə] a
прямоугольный
red [red] a красный
referee [?refə′ri:] n спортивный
судья
reliability [rɪ?laɪə′bɪlɪtɪ] n
надежность
research [rɪ′sɜ:tʃ] v исследовать
resolve [rɪ′zɔlv] v решать

responsibility [rɪs?pɔnsə′bɪlɪtɪ] n
ответственность
restaurant [′restərɔ:ŋ] n
ресторан
rhinoceros [raɪ′nɒsərəs] n
носорог
rib [rɪb] n ребро
ribbit [′rɪbɪt] n ква-ква
rice [raɪs] n рис
rich [rɪtʃ] a богатый
riddle [′rɪdl] n загадка
ride [raɪd] n аттракцион,
поездка; v (rode [rəυd],
ridden [′rɪdn]) кататься,
ехать верхом
right [raɪt] a верный, правый
ring [rɪŋ] n кольцо, ринг
river [′rɪvə] n река
road [rəυd] n дорога
roar [rɔ:] n рёв, шум; v рычать
roast [rəust] n поджарка,
жаркое
rock [rɔk] v качать(ся)
room [ru:m] n комната

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round [raυnd] a круглый; n
раунд
rugby [′rʌɡbɪ] n регби
run [rʌn] v (ran [ræn], run
[rʌn]) бегать
Russia [′rʌʃə] n Россия
Russian [′rʌʃn] a русский; n
русский, русская

Ss
sad [sæd] a печальный
safe [seɪf] a безопасный
sail [seɪl] n парус; v плыть под
парусом
salad [′sæləd] n салат
salt [sɔ:lt] n соль
sand [sænd] a песочный; n
песок
Saturday [′sætədɪ] n суббота
save [seɪv] v спасать
say [seɪ] v говорить
scarf [skɑ:f] n (pl -s [-s],
scarves) шарф
school [sku:l] n школа

schoolteacher [′sku:l?ti:tʃə] n
школьная учительница,
школьный учитель
science [′saɪəns] n наука,
учение, теория
sea [si:] n море
seal [si:l] n тюлень
seam [si:m] n шов
season [′si:zn] n время года,
сезон
see [si:] v (saw [sɔ:], seen
[si:n]) видеть
self [self] n личность
self-control [′selfkən′trəul] n
самообладание
send [send] v (sent [sent])
посылать
sentinel [′sentɪnl] n страж
sequence [′si:kwəns] n
последовательность
September [sep′tembə]
n сентябрь
serious [′sɪərɪəs] a серьезный
set [set] n сет, стойка
seven [′sevn] num семь

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seventeen [?sevn′ti:n] num
семнадцать
seventy [′sevntɪ] num
семьдесят
sew [səu] v шить
shame [ʃeɪm] n позор
shake [ʃeɪk] v (shook [ʃυk],
shaken [′ʃeɪkən]) трясти,
пожимать
shark [ʃɑ:k] n акула
sharp [ʃɑ:p] a острый
sharpen [′ʃɑ:p(ə)n] v
затачивать, заострять
shaven [′ʃeɪvn] a бритый
she [ʃi:p] pron она
shear [ʃɪə] v (shorn [ʃɔ:n])
стричь
sheep [ʃi:p] n овца
shelf [ʃelf] n (pl shelves)
книжная полка
shell [ʃel] n ракушка
shirt [ʃɜ:t] n рубашка
(мужская)
shoe [ʃu:] n туфля
short [ʃɔ:t] a короткий
shoulder [′ʃəυldə] n плечо

shower [′ʃaυə] n душ
shut [ʃʌt] v закрывать
sick [sɪk] a больной
side [saɪd] n сторона
silver [′sɪlvə] a серебряный; n
серебро
sing [sɪŋ] v (sang [sæŋ]; sung
[sʌŋ]) петь
single [′sɪŋɡl] a единственный,
незамужняя, холостой
sister [′sɪstə] n сестра
sister-in-law [′sɪstərɪnlɔ:] n
невестка
sit [sɪt] v (sat [sæt]) сидеть
sitting room [′sɪtɪŋ ru:m] n
гостиная
six [sɪks] num шесть
sixteen [?sɪks′ti:n] num
шестнадцать
sixty [′sɪkstɪ] num шестьдесят
skate [skeɪt] n конек; v
кататься на коньках
skeleton [′skelɪt(ə)n] n скелет
skiing [′ski:ɪŋ] n катание на
лыжах
skin [skɪn] n кожа

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skip [skɪp] v скакать, прыгать
skirt [skɜ:t] n юбка
sky [skaɪ] n небо
sledge [sledʒ] v кататься на
санках
sleep [sli:p] v (slept [slept])
спать
slice [slaɪs] n ломтик; v резать
ломтиками, нарезать
slippery [′slɪpərɪ] a скользкий
small [smɔ:l] a маленький
snack [snæk] n легкая закуска
snail [sneɪl] n улитка
snake [sneɪk] n змея
snout [snaut] n морда
(животного)
snow [snəυ] n снег
snowflake [′snəυfleɪk] n
снежинка
snowman [′snəυmæn] n
снеговик (снежная баба)
so [səυ] adv итак, так
soccer [′sɔkə] n футбол
sock [sɒk] n носок
soft [sɒft] a мягкий

sole [səul] n подошва
song [sɒŋ] n песня
soon [su:n] adv скоро
soup [su:p] n суп
south [saυθ] n юг
sow [sau] v сеять
Spain [speɪn] n Испания
Spanish [′spænɪʃ] a испанский
speak [spi:k] v (spoke [spəυk],
spoken [′spəυkən])
говорить, разговаривать
spelling [′spelɪŋ] n
произнесение слова по
буквам; правописание,
орфография; (spelling bee
[′spelɪŋ bi:] n конкурс на
лучшее правописание)
spherical [′sferɪkl] a
сферический;
шарообразный
spider [′spaɪdə] n паук
spine [spaɪn] n спинной хребет
spoon [spu:n] n ложка
sport [spɔ:t] n спорт
spring [sprɪŋ] n весна
sprint [sprɪnt] n спринт

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square [skweə] n квадрат,
площадь; a квадратный
squire [′skwaɪə] n сквайр
squirm [′skwɜ:m] v извиваться
stand [stænd] n стойка; v
стоять; stand up [stænd ′ʌp]
(stood [stυd]) вставать
star [stɑ:] n звезда
stay [steɪ] v оставаться
steak [steɪk] n бифштекс
stamp [stæmp] n марка
stepmother [′step?mʌðə] n
мачеха
sticky [′stɪkɪ] a липкий
stomach [′stʌmək] n живот
stone [stəυn] n камень
stop [stɔp] v останавливать,
останавливаться
story [′stɔ:rɪ] n рассказ
straight [streɪt] a прямой; adv
прямо
strawberry [′strɔ:bərɪ] n
земляника
strength [streŋθ] n сила
stretch [stretʃ] v растягивать

strike [straɪk] v (struck [strʌk])
ударять(ся), бить
strong [strɒŋ] a сильный
student [′stju:dnt] n учащийся
study [′stʌdɪ] v изучать
subject [′sʌbdʒekt] n предмет
such [sʌtʃ] pron такой
suffocation [?sʌfə′keɪʃən] n
удушье
sugar [′ʃυɡə] n сахар
suitcase [′su:tkeɪs] n чемодан
summer [′sʌmə] n лето
sunny [′sʌnɪ] a солнечный
supermarket [′su:pə?mɑ:kɪt] n
супермаркет, универсам
sure [ʃυə] a уверенный
surprised [sə′praɪzd] a
удивленный
swarm [swɔ:m] n рой
sweater [′swetə] n свитер
sweet [swi:t] a сладкий; n
конфета
swim [swɪm] v (swam [swæm],
swum [swʌm]) плавать
swimming [′swɪmɪŋ] n
плавание

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swine [swaɪn] n свинья
symbol [′sɪmbl] n символ,
эмблема

Tt
table [′teɪbl] n стол, таблица
take [teɪk] v (took [tυk], taken
[′teɪkən]) брать, взять
tall [tɔ:l] a высокий
tame [teɪm] a ручной
tangerine [?tændʒə′ri:n] n
мандарин
task [tɒ:sk] n задание
tatter [′tætə] v изорвать
в хлопья
tea [ti:] n чай
teach [ti:tʃ] v (taught [tɔ:t])
учить, преподавать
teacher [′ti:tʃə] n учитель
team [ti:m] n команда
temperature [′temprətʃə] n
температура
ten [ten] num десять
tennis [′tenɪs] n теннис
tent [tent] n палатка

terrible [′terəblɪ] a ужасный
terrific [tə′rɪfɪk] a
потрясающий
test [test] n тест; v проверять
tetherball [′teðəbɔ:l] n тетербол
(игра с висящим на веревке
мячом)
text [tekst] n текст
textbook [′tekstbυk] n учебник
than [ðæn] conj чем
theatre [′θɪətə] n театр
their [ðeə] pron poss их, свой,
свои
they [ðeɪ] pron pers они
thick [θɪk] a густой,
массивный
thirteen [?θɜ:′ti:n] num
тринадцать
thirty [′θɜ:tɪ] num тридцать
this [ðɪs] pron этот
tinker [′tɪŋkə] n ремесленник
toe [təu] n палец ноги
then [ðen] adv тогда
three [θri:] num три
through [θru:] prep через,
сквозь

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throw [θrəυ] v (threw [θru:],
thrown [θrəυn]) бросать
thumb [θʌm] n большой палец
(руки)
Thursday [′θɜ:zdɪ] n вторник
tiger [′taɪɡə] n тигр
tights [taɪts] n pl колготки
time [taɪm] n время, раз
together [tə′ɡeðə] adv вместе
tomato [tə′mɑ:təu] n помидор
tomorrow [tə′mɒrəυ] adv
завтра
tongue [tʌŋ] n язык
too [tu:] adv слишком, также,
тоже
tooth [tu:θ] n (pl teeth) зуб
top [tɒp] n верхушка, вершина
torn [′tɔ:n] a оборванный
tortoise [′tɔ:təs] n черепаха
toss [tɔs] v бросать,
подбрасывать
touch [tʌtʃ] v касаться, трогать
towel [′tauəl] n полотенце
train [treɪn] n поезд

trainers [′treɪnəz] n pl
кроссовки
transparent [træns′pærǝnt] a
прозрачный;
просвечивающий
tree [tri:] n дерево
triangle [′traɪæŋɡl] n
треугольник
trip [trɪp] n путешествие,
поездка
trousers [′traυzəz] n pl брюки,
штаны
truck [trʌk] n грузовик
true [tru:] a верный,
правильный, правдивый
trunk [trʌŋk] n хобот
truth [tru:θ] n правда
try [traɪ] v пытаться, стараться
T-shirt [′ti:ʃɜ:t] n футболка
Tuesday [′tju:zdɪ] n вторник
tulip [′tju:lɪp] n тюльпан
turkey [′tɜ:kɪ] n индюк,
индейка
turn [tɜ:n] v поворачивать
turnip [′tɜ:nɪp] n репа

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TV set [?ti: ′vi: set] n
телевизор
twelve [twelv] num двенадцать
twenty [′twentɪ] num двадцать
twig [twɪɡ] n ветка
twin [twɪn] n близнец
two [tu:] num два

Uu
ugly [′ʌɡlɪ] a уродливый
umpire [′ʌmpaɪə] n судья;
рефери
uncle [′ʌŋkl] n дядя
uncountable [′ʌn′kauntəbl] a
неисчислимый
under [′ʌndə] prep под, ниже
understand [?ʌndə′stænd] v
(understood [?ʌndə′stυd])
понимать
underwater [?ʌndə′wɒ:tə] a
подводный
underwear [′ʌndəwɛə] n
нижнее белье
until [ən′tɪl] conj до тех пор
пока

untrue [′ʌn′tru:] a ложный,
неверный
up [ʌp] prep вверх
upon [ə′pɔn] prep на, после
urchin [′ə:tʃɪn] n пострел
us [ʌs] pron pers (косв. п. от
we) нам, нас, о нас
usually [′ju:ʒυəlɪ] adv обычно

Vv
vegetable [′vedʒtəbl] n овощ
very [′verɪ] adv очень
vest [vest] n жилет
violet [′vaɪəlɪt] n фиалка,
фиолетовый (цвет)
violin [?vaɪə′lɪn] n скрипка
viper [′vaɪpə] n гадюка
visit [′vɪzɪt] n визит,
посещение; v навещать,
посещать
vitamine [′vɪtəmɪn] n витамин
voice [vɔɪs] n голос
volleyball [′vɒlɪbɔ:l] n
волейбол
vow [vau] v клясться

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Ww
wag [wæɡ] n качать
waist [weɪst] n талия
wait [weɪt] v ждать
waiter [′weɪtə] n официант
walk [wɔ:k] n прогулка; v
ходить пешком, гулять
wall [wɔ:l] n стена
wand [wɔnd] n палочка
wander [′wɔndə] v бродить
want [wɒnt] v хотеть
warm [wɔ:m] a теплый
wash [wɒʃ] v мыть(ся)
watch [wɔtʃ] n часы; v
смотреть; watch TV [wɔtʃ
?ti:′vi:] смотреть телевизор
water [′wɒ:tə] n вода
watermelon [′wɔ:tə̗ melən] n
арбуз
wave [weɪv] v размахивать,
махать
way [weɪ] n путь, дорога
we [wi:] pron pers мы

wear [weə] v (wore [wɔ:],
worn [wɔ:n]) быть одетым,
носить одежду
webbed [webd] a
перепончатый
week [wi:k] n неделя
weekend [?wi:k′end] n конец
недели, выходной
weightlifting [′weɪt̗ lɪftɪŋ]
n поднятие тяжестей;
тяжёлая атлетика
west [west] n запад
whale [weɪl] n кит
what [wɒt] pron inter какой?,
что?, сколько?
wheel [wi:l] n колесо
where [wɛə] pron inter где
wherever [weər′evə] conj где
бы ни, куда бы ни
whey [weɪ] n сыворотка
whistle [′wɪsl] v свистеть
white [waɪt] a белый
which [wɪtʃ] conj который
win [wɪn] v (won [wʌn])
выиграть, победить
wind [wɪnd] n ветер

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window [′wɪndəυ] n окно
wine [waɪn] n вино
wing [wɪŋ] n крыло
wink [wɪŋk] v мигать
winter [′wɪntə] n зима
wish [wɪʃ] n желание; v желать
with [wɪð] prep с
without [wɪ′ðaut] prep без
wolf [wυlf] n (pl wolves) волк
wonderful [′wʌndəfl] a
удивительный,
замечательный
wood [wυd] n дерево, лес
woof-woof [wu:f wu:f] n гав-гав
word [wɜ:d] n слово
work [wɜ:k] v работать
world [wɜ:ld] n мир
worm [wɜ:m] n червь
worry [′wʌrɪ] v взволновать
worth [wɜ:θ] a predic.
стоящий, заслуживающий
wrestling [′reslɪŋ] n борьба
wrist [rɪst] n запястье
Writing [raɪtɪŋ] n письмо

write [raɪt] v (wrote [rəυt],
written [′rɪtn]) писать

Xx
xenops [′zi:nəps] n печник
(птица)

Yy
yak [jæk] n як
yard [jɑ:d] n двор
year [jə:] n год
yellow [′jeləυ] a желтый
yesterday [′jestədɪ] adv вчера
yogurt [′jɒɡət] n йогурт
you [ju:] pron Вы, вы, ты
young [jʌŋ] a молодой
your [jɔ:] pron poss Ваш, ваш,
твой

Zz
zebra [′zi:brə] n зебра
zipper [′zɪpə] n
застежка-молния
zoo [zu:] n зоопарк
zucchini [zυ′ki:nɪ] n цукини

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