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3.1. School Routine

p. 71, ex. 1. Schoolchildren can have les­sons on different subjects at the computer lab.

Schoolchildren can have English lessons at the language lab.

Schoolchildren can have concerts in the as­sembly hall.

Schoolchildren can have lunch in the can­teen.

Schoolchildren can have P.E. lessons in the gym.

p. 72, ex. 1b). 1. Can you play table tennis?

2. Must I get up early?

3. May I use your computer?

4. Must you visit the doctor?

5. May we open the window?

6. Can Dan speak Spanish?

p. 73, ex. 2. 1. Nick comes to school in time. — Nick is punctual.

2. Ann plans her time beforehand. — Ann’s routine is well-planned.

3. Val joined a new sport society. — Val signed up for a new sport society.

4. As a rule we do a lot of things at school. — We manage to do a lot of things at school.

5. Children work much at the lessons. — Children work hard at the lesson.

6. My brother often forgets things. — My brother is absent-minded.

p. 73, ex. 2a). 1. May you leave the class­room during the lesson? — No, I mustn’t.

2. Must you go to school on Sunday? — No, I needn’t.

3. Must your little sister/brother play all days? — No, she needn’t.

4. May you be late for classes? — No, I mustn’t.

5. May you sing during the lesion? — No, I mustn’t.

6. Must your neighbor at the desk talk during the lesson? — No, he mustn’t.

p. 73, ex. 2b). Example: — Must I trans­late the word?

— No, you needn’t.

1. May I eat at the lesson? — No, you mustn’t.

2. Must I do this task? —No, you needn’t.

3. Can they dance? — No, they can’t.

4. Must he get up early? — No, he needn’t.

5. May she open the window? — No, she mustn’t.

6. May you be late? — No, I mustn’t.

p. 74. At home. My working day begins at 7 o’clock. I get up and begin my day with some exercises. I try to be punctual, so I am never late for school. I usually work hard at the lessons. One can’t call me ab­sent-minded. After school I usually go to the swimming pool. It’s great. At home I have a short rest and do my homework. I think, my routine is well-planned because I manage to do a lot of things.

p. 75, ex. 2. 1. The book isn’t interesting enough for me.

2. Hurry up! You are too slowly.

3. Steve hasn’t enough time to finish his test.

4. We have enough work at every lesson.

5. Turn off the music, please. It is too loud.

6. My sister is a top pupil. She is clever enough.

p. 75, ex. 3. “It’s easier said than done."

— Steve said to Ann, because he was lazy. “You can’t crib all the time!’’ — Ann said to Steve, because she didn’t want him to copy the homework.

“You can’t crib all the time!’’ — Ann said to Steve, when he told her about his routine.

“I did smth at the last minute, but not half enough.” — Steve said to Ann when he spoke about his routine.

“I can’t help admiring it!" — Steve said to Ann describing the film about Harry Potter. “That won’t do." — Ann said to Steve, be­cause his routine wasn’t well — planned.

p. 76, ex. 2. A: Hey, Mike. I bet, you have done all the lessons. May I take your copy­book?

B. No, you mustn’t. You can’t crib all the time. I managed to do all my lessons orally and in writing.

A: How clever of you. You’ve always been a model boy.

B. Do you mean to say that you didn’t do any lessons? They are not too difficult.

A: Frankly speaking, I did something at the last minute, but not half enough.

B: Typical, just typical. You always waste your time. What a lazy bones you are! Do everything in time.

A: It’s easier said than done.

B: That won’t do! We had only four lessons yesterday and you had enough time to get ready for the next school day. You are too lazy, Susan.

A: I’ll, try. And may I ask you to help me?

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