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Работа с текстом в 8 классе.

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12.08.2018
Работа с текстом в 8 классе.
Task 1. Read the story. Then answer the questions below. Jim lived with his parents until he was twenty-one years old, and then he got a job in the office of a big factory in another town, so he left home. He found a comfortable little flat which had two rooms, a small kitchen and a bathroom, and he lived there on his own. At first he cleaned it himself, but he did not want to have to go on doing this, so he determined to find someone else to do it instead of him. He asked a lot of his fellow workers at the factory what they did about this, and at last one of the men said, "Oh, Mrs Roper comes and cleans my flat regularly. She washes the dishes, irons my shirts and keeps the place neat and tidy and so on. I'll introduce her to you, if you like. She's a charming old lady. She does her best, but she hasn't got much energy." "Well, you'd better ask her to come and see me, please," Jim answered. So the next evening Mrs Roper came to see him, and she agreed with pleasure to come to his flat every morning for an hour. After she had been working for Jim for two weeks, he looked at the mirror in his bedroom and thought, "That mirror looks very dusty. Mrs Roper's forgotten to clean
Работа с текстом в 8 класс..doc
Name                                                                                  Surname                               Reading (8 formers) Task 1. Read the story. Then answer the questions below.  Jim lived with his parents until he was twenty­one years old, and then he got a job in the office of a big factory in another town, so he left home. He found a comfortable little flat which had two rooms, a small kitchen and a bathroom, and he lived there on his own. At first he cleaned it himself, but he did not want to have to go on doing this, so he determined to find someone else to do it instead of him. He asked a lot of his fellow workers at the factory what they did about this, and at last one of the men said, "Oh, Mrs Roper comes and cleans my flat regularly. She washes the dishes, irons my shirts and keeps the place neat and tidy and so on. I'll introduce her to you, if you like. She's a charming old lady. She does her best, but she hasn't got much energy." "Well, you'd better ask her to come and see me, please," Jim answered. So the next evening Mrs Roper came to see him, and she agreed with pleasure to come to his flat every morning for an hour. After she had been working for Jim for two weeks, he looked at the mirror in his bedroom and thought, "That mirror looks very dusty. Mrs Roper's forgotten to clean it. 1 can write on it with my finger." He wrote a message in the dust: "I'm coughing whenever I breathe because everything in this room is very dusty." He came home at 7 o'clock that evening, and when he had eaten his supper, he went into his bedroom and looked at the mirror. "That silly woman still hasn't cleaned it!" he said to himself. "All it needs is a cloth!" But then he bent down and saw a bottle in front of the mirror. "I didn't put that bottle there," he thought. "Mrs Roper must have left it." He picked the bottle up and looked at it carefully. "She's written some words on it," he said to himself. He read the words. They were: "Cough medicine". 1) Why did Jim leave home?                                                                                                                                                   2) Who cleaned the flat?                                                                                                                                                   3) Why did he try to find someone else to do it?                                                                                                                                                   4) How did Jim find someone?                                                                                                                                                   5) How many hours a day did Mrs. Roper work for Jim?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Task 2. Circle the correct answer (a, b).  1) Was Jim happy with Mrs. Roper's work? 2) Why was Jim happy? a. No, he was not.    b. Yes, he was. a. Because he coughed whenever he breathed.  b.Because she did not clean his bedroom properly. a. He wrote her a message on a piece of paper. b. He wrote something on his mirror. 3) How did Jim let Mrs. Roper know what he thought? 4) Was the mirror clean that evening? a. No, it was not.    b. Yes, it was. 5) How did Jim know that Mrs. Roper had read his message? a. Because she had cleaned the mirror.  b. Because she had left him a bottle of cough medicine. Task 3. Read the text and circle the correct words. Jim worked in an office (after/until) he was twenty­one years old. He lived (alone/with his parents) while  he had this job. He occupied a small (bathroom/flat). He decided to find someone who would (clean it/go on doing this). One of the people who worked (for/with) him in the office suggested Mrs Roper, who  cleaned (her/his) flat. He said she was (not/very) nice, but (did not work/worked) very hard. Then Mrs  Roper began to clean (Jim's/Jim's fellow worker's) flat too. She worked for one (hour/morning) a day. But she (left/made) Jim's bedroom very dusty, and the dust made him (breathe/cough), so he wrote a message  in the dust on his (bedroom/mirror). (But/So) Mrs Roper (cleaned it again/did not clean it). She  (left/wrote) him some (medicine/words) for his cough (as well/instead).

Работа с текстом в 8 классе.

Работа с текстом в 8 классе.

Работа с текстом в 8 классе.

Работа с текстом в 8 классе.
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