Unit 4. Lesson 1

p. 139 ex. 2. 1. A comedy is a funny, humorous film.
2. A science fiction film is a film about events in the future.
3. A horror film is a frightening film, about vampires, for example.
4. A thriller is an exciting film about crime and violence.
5. A cartoon is a film made by photographing some series of drawings.
6. A historical film is film about people and events in the past.
7. A musical is a film with a lot of singing and dancing.
8. An action film is a film with a lot of exciting events and adventures.

p. 142 ex. 1. 1. «March of the Penguins».
2. «Spider-man».
3. «High School Musical».
4. «Wall-E».
5. «Wall-E».
6. «Pirates of the Caribbean — Dead Man’s Chest».

p. 144, ex. 3. 1 — adventure and romance;
2 — a very curious, a bit lonely, very nice, beautiful, terrible.
3 — The film is very enjoyable, a brilliant documentary, a computer animated, a bit too long, the plot is a bit confusing. It has fantastic special effects, a fantastic computer animation.

p. 145 ex. 4. 1 — which; 2 — where; 3 — who; 4 — where, where; 5 — where; 6 — which; 7 — who.

p. 146 ex. 1. Complete the sentences with the correct reflexive pronouns.
1 — yourself;
2 — himself;
3 — yourself;
4 — herself;
5 — themselves;
6 — ourselves;
7 — herself;
8 — himself;
9 — herself;
10 — ourselves.

p. 147 ex. 2. 1 — herself; 2 — himself; 3 — herself; 4 — himself; 5 — herself; 6 — myself; 7 — themselves; 8 — himself; 9 — herself; 10 — yourself;

p. 147 ex. 4. 1. She always cooks herself.
2. She does it herself.
3. He always does it himself.
4. They do the gardening themselves.
5. She always sews herself.
6. They always wash their dogs themselves.
7. They do the washing up themselves.

p. 148, ex. 1. Listen and read the talk. Then answer the questions on page 149.
1. London is famous for the Globe theatre.
2. It is the theatre where only Shakespeare’s plays are staged.
3. It is an open air wooden theatre where the audience stands around the stage.
4. It was opened in 1967.
5. It burnt down.
6. The audience was very noisy in a Shakespeare’s times.
7. No, it doesn't.
8. People usually buy a programme before the performance at the theatre.

p. 149, ex. 2. Complete the sentences with the words from the box.
William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in England. He wrote lots of famous plays. Some of them were very funny comedies. Shakespeare also acted in his plays. People loved Shakespeare’s plays, and there was always a big audience at the Globe Theatre. People stood around the stage. They cheered and clapped. Sometimes they threw rotten fruit at the bad actors.


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