English for All

Lesson 72: English - улучшение восприятия

In this lesson we'll learn:

  • New words
  • Text: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (part 3)
  • Lesson 3 from radio station "VOA"

The new words of the lesson

bedside1 ['bedsaid] - место у кровати, прикроватный
devil2 ['devəl] - дьявол, черт
evil2 [i:vl] - зло
notice3 ['nəʊtis] - заметка, сообщение, замечать
object4 ['ɒbdʒikt] - объект
pirate ['pairət] - пират
reporter5 [ri'pɔ:(r)tə(r)] - репортер
supply6 [sə'plai] - поставка, снабжение, снабжать
worth7 [wε:(r)θ] - ценность, стоимость
introduce8 [intrə'dju:s] - представлять, знакомить
agreeable9 [ə'gri:əbl] - согласный, приемлемый

1 - в русском языке нет похожего существительного как bedside. Оно переводится как "пространство около кровати". Но чаще оно встречается как прилагательное "прикроватный":

The doctor stood at the bedside of my ill sister. - Доктор стоял у кровати моей больной сестры.
She bought a new bedside table. - Она купила новый прикроватный столик.

2 - обратите внимание на два существительных devil и evil, которые хоть и имеют схожение написание и значение, но произношения их сильно отличается, особенно первая гласная e: ['devəl] и [i:vl].

3 - существительное notice может означать письменное "уведомление, предупреждение, объявление, сообщение". Реже оно переводится как существительное attention:

You give a lot of notice to this woman. - Ты уделяешь много внимания этой женщине.

Глагол notice используется в конструкции сложного дополнения, но с ним (как и сдругим глаголами чувства - hear, see, feel) не ставится частица to перед инфинитивом:

I noticed him love her. - Я заметил, что он любит ее.

4 - существительное object полностью соответствует русскому "объект". То есть это все, что можно потрогать, ощутить.

5 - пожалуй стоит добавить в выученные слова так часто встречающееся в уроках VOA существительное reporter, тем более мы изучили, в предыдущих уроках, глагол, от которого он образован: report.

6 - существительное supply означает какое-то количество чего-то, которое доступно для использования или поставляется куда-то, то есть может быть действием поставки предметов ("снабжение") или "запас", который хранится в конкретном месте:

The government food supplies kept here. - Правительственные продуктовые запасы хранились здесь.
The government required the supply of new weapons. - Правительству требовалась поставка нового оружия.

Глагол supply во многих ситуациях похож на глагол provide:

The river supplies our farms with water. - Эта река снабжает наши фермы водой.

7 - существительное worth очень похоже на три изученных ранее: value, cost (не только глагол, но и существительное "стоимость") и price. Все они определяют ценность какого-либо предмета. Четкое отличие из них имеет price - конкретная цена, установленная продавцом за товар. Cost также обычно относится к денежному эквиваленту, но здесь уже стоимость оценивается потребителем (how much does it cost?), хотя может относитеться и к нематериальным объектам (it cost all my strength to me). Наиболее общим является существительное value - показывает "ценность, значение" любого объекта (материального или духовного). Worth близко по значению к cost - в основном используется по отношению к деньгам, но может и заменять value. Часто стоит с формами глагола to be в качестве составного сказуемого (то есть переводится как прилагательное "стоящий"):

It is worth 5 thousand dollars. - Это стоит (есть стоящее) пять тысяч долларов.

Вы можете встретить в предложение прилагательное worthy, которое переводится схожим образом, но придает значение скорее "достойный":

He is worthy more. - Это достоен большего.

8 - глагол introduce, кроме встречавшегося ранее значения "знакомить", имеет еще значение "вводить" что-то новое:

The new duties were introduced. - Новые пошлины были введены.

После этого глагола должно стоять прямое дополнение (кого/что представляют) перед косвенным дополнением (кому):

I want to introduce you to him. - Я хочу представить тебя ему.

Но нельзя сказать I want to introduce to him you.

9 - прилагательное agreeable образовано от извенстного глагола agree. Оно переводится не только как "согласный", но и, не менее часто, как прилагательное "приятный" (похоже на pleasant). Возможно это значение происходит от "приемлимый" → "приятный":

The weather was agreeable. - Погода была приятная.

Look at these new words in sentences:

The devil is evil.
Дьявол - зло.
The reporter couldn't find an object for his article.
Репортер не мог найти объект для его статьи.
This pirate was quite agreeable.
Этот пират был достаточно приятным.
That brilliant is worth about 10 million.
Тот бриллиант стоит около 10 миллионов.
My girlfriend broke down her bedside table when she woke up.
Моя девушка сломала свой прикроватный столик, когда она проснулась.
This man is worth to be noticed.
Этот мужчина стоит того, чтобы быть замеченным.
Let me introduce this reporter to you
Позвольте мне представить этого репортера вам.
The evil pirates take away our suplies.
Злые пираты забрали наши припасы.
The wife noticed dirty boots at the bedside.
Жена заметила грязные ботинки у кровати.
The worth of our company for the government was very large.
Ценность нашей компании для правительства была очень большая.
I have read your notices.
Я прочитал твои заметки.
The devil can give you only evil.
Дьявол может дать тебе только зло.
This worthy and agreeable reporter promised to write a notice about our factory in the local newspaper.
Этот достойный и приятный репортер обещал написать заметку о нашем заводе в местной газете.
Only pirates suplies this distant island with food.
Только пираты снабжают этот далекий остров едой.
I noticed the devil at her bedside.
Я заметил дьявола около ее кровати.
The reporter is going to write a big article about the life of pirates.
Этот репортер собирается написать большую статью о жизни пиратов.
This object might be evil.
Этот объект может быть злом.
I think you have to introduce every worker to this reporter.
Я думаю, ты должен представить каждого рабочего этому репортеру.
We considered this object as our main worth.
Мы рассматривали этот объект как нашу главную ценность.
These notices suplies our village with news.
Эти сообщения снабжают нашу деревню новостями.
They tries to introduce a new product to the market.
Они пытаются ввести новый продукт на рынок.

Now read several chapters of the begun text.

Text: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (part 3)

Chapter 6: A Talk of Devils' Happy Hours

The next morning Tom was very sad. This was the beginning of another week of slow suffering in school. He usually began this day wishing that there had been no Saturday and no Sunday. Because of them, school seemed more painful to him.

He lay in bed, thinking. If he were sick, he could stay home. He thought carefully about all the parts of his body, but he could discover no sickness.

Then he looked at his foot. His foot had been hurt.

He had an idea. He began to cry as if with pain.

But Sid, in his bed across the room, continued to sleep.

Tom's voice grew louder. Now he seemed to feel real pain in his foot.

No result from Sid.

Tom said, "Sid, Sid!" and tried shaking him. This time the result was good. When Tom cried again, Sid sat up and looked at him. He said, "Tom! What is wrong?"

No answer.

Now Sid tried shaking Tom.

Tom said, "Oh, do not do that, Sid. It hurts me."

"I must call Aunt Polly."

"No. Do not call her." He cried loudly again. Then he said, "I will forget everything bad you've ever done to me, Sid. When I am dead -"

"Oh, Tom, are you dying?"

"Give my cat with one eye to that new girl, and tell her-"

But Sid was gone. He ran to his aunt. "Oh, Aunt Polly! Tom is dying!"

"Dying! I can't believe it!"

But she ran. Her face was white with fear. At the bedside she cried, "Tom! Tom, what is wrong?"

"It is my foot, Aunt. Where I hurt it. The doctor must cut it off."

The old lady sat down in a chair and laughed a little, then wept a little, then did both together. Feeling better, she said, "Tom, you stop that, and get out of bed."

Tom stopped crying and the pain stopped, too.

As he walked to school, he met Huckleberry Finn. Huckleberry's father was always drunk. None of the mothers in the village liked Huckleberry. But all the children liked him. They wished that they dared to be like him. Tom also wished that he could be like Huckleberry. He had been ordered never to play with him. Therefore, he played with Huckleberry every time that it was possible.

Huckleberry was always dressed in old clothes. The clothes were always too big for him. His hat was full of holes. The bottom of his coat touched the ground. He came and went as he wished. He did not sleep in a bed; he did not sleep in a house. He did not go to school or to church. He could go swimming or fishing when and where he might choose. He was the first boy to wear no shoes in the early summer. He was the last boy to wear shoes in the early winter. He never washed.

He had everything that any boy could desire.

Tom said, "Hello, Huckleberry."

"Hello yourself."

"What is that?"

"Dead cat."

"Let me see him, Huck. Where did you get him?"

"From a boy."

"Why do you want him, Huck?"

"To take off these warts." Huckleberry showed Tom the small spots of thick, hard skin on his hands.

"I take them off with a bean, Huck."

"Yes. Bean is good. I have done that."

"How did you do it?"

"You take the bean and break it in two pieces. Then you cut the warts and get some blood. Then you put the blood on half the bean. You make a hole in the ground. You put that half of the bean in the hole, and cover it with earth. You must do this in the middle of the night where two roads cross and when the moon is dark. Then you burn the other half of the bean. The piece of bean with blood on it will try to pull the other half to it. And that helps the blood to pull the warts, and it is gone from your hand."

"Yes, that is right, Huck. Although when you put the bean in the ground, you should say, «Down, bean; off, warts; appear no more.» But how do you take off warts with a dead cat?"

"You wait until the dead body of some bad person has been put in the ground. Then you take your cat and you go to that place before the middle of the night. At the middle of the night a devil will come to carry the dead man away. Perhaps two or three devils will come. You can't see them. You can only hear a sound like the wind. Or perhaps you can hear them talk. And when they take the body away, you throw the cat after them. You say, «Devil follow body, cat follow devil, warts follow cat.» That will take off any warts."

"Did you ever try it?"

"Not yet."

"Huck, when are you going to do it?"

"Tonight. I think that they will come to get old Hoss Williams tonight."

"But they put him in the ground Saturday. The devils would take him Saturday night."

"The devils can't come until twelve. At twelve on Saturday night, it is Sunday. Devils can't come on Sunday."

"I never thought of that. Let me go with you?"

"If you won't be afraid."

"Afraid! Will you come to my house and call to me? Make a noise like a cat."

"Yes. But you answer. Another night I came to your house, saying, "Meow, meow," like a cat. But you never answered. And your neighbor threw stones at me."

"Aunt Polly was watching me. But I will «meow» this time."

Tom continued walking to school. He went in quickly, and sat in his seat.

The teacher looked at him. "Thomas Sawyer!"

Tom knew that trouble was coming when his whole name was used.

"Why are you late again?"

Tom looked around the room. He saw the new girl. No girl sat in the seat beside her. And the girls sat in all the other seats on the girls' side of the room.

He said, "I stopped to talk with Huckleberry Finn."

All the children looked at Tom. It was very foolish to say that to a teacher.

"Thomas Sawyer, I never heard more surprising words. Take off your coat." The teacher had a supply of thin branches cut from a tree. He used and broke several of these while beating Tom's back. Then he ordered, "Go and sit with the girls!"

The new girl turned her back toward Tom. Then, after a short time, she turned toward him, and she saw an apple on the table in front of her. She moved it away. Tom gently moved it toward her. She moved it away again. Tom returned it. Then she let it remain where he had placed it.

Now Tom began to make a picture on a piece of paper. He held one hand over it while he worked and she could not see it. She tried to see. He seemed not to notice her interest. Then she said, "Let me see."

He showed her. It was a picture of a house. It was not good, but she thought that it was. "It is nice. Now make a man."

The man was bigger than the house.

"It is beautiful. Now make me."

He made a picture of another person.

"That is very nice. I wish that I could make pictures."

"I will teach you. At noon. Do you go home to eat?"

"I will stay if you stay."

"Good. What is your name?"

"Becky Thatcher. What is yours? Oh, I know. It is Thomas Sawyer."

"That is my name when they beat me. I am Tom when I am good. You call me Tom, will you?"

"Yes."

Now Tom began writing something, hiding it with his hand. She asked to see.

"Oh, it is nothing. You do not want to see it."

"Yes, I do."

"You will tell what it is."

"I promise never to tell."

"Oh, you do not want to see!"

"I will see." She put her small hand on his, and then Tom let her pull the writing away. She read these words: "I love you."

"Oh, you bad thing!" And she hit his hand. But her face showed pleasure.

At this moment the boy felt a hand on his ear, and a pull lifting him from the seat. He was returned to his usual seat. The whole school laughed.

But although Tom's ear hurt, his heart was joyful.

Chapter 7: An Agreement Is Made

At noon Tom ran to Becky and said softly in her ear:

"Start to go home with the others, and then return here. I will do the same."

Soon both had returned. Now they were alone in the school. They sat together, and Tom put his hand on Becky's, guiding it. They made a picture of another house.

Then they talked. Tom was filled with happiness.

He said, "Becky, were you ever engaged?"

"What does that mean?"

"Did you ever promise to marry any boy?"

"No."

"Would you like to be engaged?"

"What do you do?"

"You tell a boy that you will marry him. Then you kiss. That is all. It is easy."

"Why do you kiss?"

"They always do that. Do you remember what I was writing?"

"Yes."

"What was it? Shall I tell you?"

"Yes - but not now. Tomorrow."

"No. Now. I will say it quietly, Becky. Close to your ear." He put his arm around her and said the words quietly. "Now you tell me."

She made him turn his face away. Then she came near. Her breath moved his hair as she said, "I-love-you!"

Then she jumped away from him and ran around the seats, with Tom running after her. He caught her in a corner, with her hands over her face. But her hands dropped. Tom kissed her and said, "Now it is all finished, Becky. And always after this you can't love any boy except me or marry any boy except me."

"And you can't marry any girl but me."

"Certainly. That is part of it. And we will walk to school together. Because we are engaged."

"It is nice. I never heard of it before."

"Oh, it is fine. Me and Amy Lawrence-"

The big eyes told him that he had said the wrong thing.

"Oh, Tom! I am not the first that you were engaged to!" She began to weep.

"I do not love her now. I do not love any girl except you."

More weeping.

Tom took from his pocket the thing he valued most. It was a ball-shaped object, of no worth, but as bright as gold. "Becky, take this."

She hit it from his hand to the floor.

Then, filled with anger, Tom marched out of the school and over the hills and far away. He would return no more that day.

Becky had not really wanted him to go, and when he did not return within a few moments, she called, "Tom! Come back!" Then she wept again.

Chapter 8: Tom Decides What to Do

Half an hour later Tom was beyond Mrs. Douglas' house on Cardiff Hill. He entered a thick forest, went to the center of it, and sat down under a tree. He was very sad. He wished that he could die - for a short time.

But soon he began to think again of living. He would go far away, to countries across the sea. How would Becky feel then? He would be a soldier, and return famous, after many wars. No-no, he would join the Indians, and hunt and fight with them in the Far West. But no, there was something better. He would sail across the seas in a long, fast black ship. He would follow other ships, take the gold and silver they carried, then send them to the bottom of the sea. That was it! He would be a pirate, famous in the whole world. Tom Sawyer the Pirate!

Yes, it was decided. He would start his journey the next morning.

At this moment he heard a call from far away in the forest.

He went to a place, very near, where he kept some of his things. From this place he took a long knife made of wood. He tied it to his side. He was not Tom Sawyer now. He dreamed he had become a famous leader named Robin Hood who had lived with his men hundreds of years before, in another forest.

He advanced slowly, moving carefully from behind one tree to another. Believing for the moment that he really was Robin Hood, he said:

"Stay where you are, my men. Do not move until I call."

Now Joe Harper appeared. He, too, had a long wooden knife.

Tom called, "Stop! Who comes here into Sherwood Forest? No person enters my forest until I say that he may!"

"I am Guy of Guisborne," said Joe Harper, continuing the game. "I go where I wish. Who are you?"

"I! I am Robin Hood, as you shall soon know when you lie dead there on the ground."

"Are you indeed that famous man? Gladly I will fight with you."

They took their two long knives, and began a slow, careful fight. Then Tom said, "Now fight faster."

They were soon hot from their efforts. "Fall!" Tom said. "You must fall!"

"You fall! I am fighting better than you."

"But the story of Robin Hood says that I kill you. Turn and let me hit you in the back."

Joe turned, received the blow, and fell.

"Now," Joe said, rising, "You must let me kill you."

"I can't do that. It is not in the story."

"It should be."

"Joe, you can be Robin Hood for a while. I will be Robin's enemy, and you can kill me."

This was agreeable, and more fighting followed. Then Tom became Robin Hood again, and he was hurt, and all his blood ran from his body. And Joe, who had now become all of Robin Hood's men, watched with tears in his eyes as Robin Hood died.

Then the boys went home. They were sad because Robin Hood had lived so long ago. They would have liked living with him in Sherwood Forest better than being President of the United States.































































wart [wɔ:(r)t] -
бородавка -
bean [bi:n] -
боб







































































































agreement [ə'gri:mənt] -
соглашение



guide ['gaid] -
направлять

engage [in'geidʒ] -
обручаться










































march [ma:(r)tʃ] -
маршировать










Indian ['indiən] -
индеец











advance [əd'va:ns] -
наступать


















blow - удар








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Lesson 3 from radio station "VOA"

In this lesson we continue to learn how to greet and introduce himself or other people. Also we learn how to ask another person what he or she does for work. Martin Learner is visiting a tractor (['træktə(r)]) factory. He meets several of the workers and asks them what they do.

This is English USA on the Voice of America. Now, Lesson 3, Part 1:

Melanie: Good morning Mr. Learner. We've met. I'm Melanie Montgomery.

Martin: Good morning Mrs. Montgomery. How are you?

Melanie: Fine thanks. How are you?

Martin: Fine thanks.

Melanie: Come inside.

Melanie: This is Tim Wang.

Martin: Hello. I'm Martin Learner. I'm a reporter.

TIM: Good morning. How are you?

Martin: Fine thanks.

Melanie: Tim is a designer ([di'zainə(r)] - дизайнер).

Martin: I'm happy to meet you.

TIM: Thanks.

Melanie: And this is Dinah Cosby.

Dinah: Hello.

Martin: Good morning. I'm Martin Learner.

Dinah: How are you?

Martin: Fine thanks. How are you?

Dinah: Fine thanks.

Melanie: Mr. Learner is a reporter for the Voice of America.

Dinah: Oh good.

Martin: What do you do?

Dinah: I'm a supervisor ('su:pə(r)vaizə(r)] - руководитель, контролер).

Martin: I'm happy to meet you.

Melanie: Good morning Raj. This is Rajesh Sharma.

Martin: Hello.

Melanie: This is Martin Learner. He's a reporter.

Rajesh: How are you?

Martin: Fine thanks. How are you?

Rajesh: Fine thanks.

Martin: Rajesh what do you do?

Rajesh: Pardon?

Melanie: He's a painter (художник, маляр от гл. paint).

Rajesh: Oh yes. I'm a painter.

Martin: I'm happy to meet you.

Rajesh: Thanks.

Melanie: Hello David.

David: Pardon?

Melanie: Hello!

David: Oh, good morning.

Melanie: This is Martin Learner.

David: Hello I'm David Shaw. How are you?

Martin: Fine thanks. How are you?

David: Fine thanks.

Melanie: He's a reporter.

David: I'm happy to meet you.

Martin: Thanks. What do you do?

Melanie: He's a mechanic ([mə'kænik] - механик).

Martin: Pardon?

David: I'm a mechanic.


You can ask what work people do simply in English by saying "What do you do?" This means what work do you do? One way to answer is to name yourself by the kind of work you do, for example, teacher, farmer, doctor, and so on (так далее). Listen:

DAVIS: Hello I'm David Shaw.

Martin: What do you do?

David: I'm a mechanic.

Dinah: I'm Dinah Cosby.

Martin: What do you do?

Dinah: I'm a supervisor.

Rajesh: Hello I'm Rajesh Sharma.

Martin: What do you do?

Rajesh: I'm a painter.


Learn to say, What do you do? (say it):

David: Hello I'm David Shaw.

You: ( What do you do?)

David: I'm a mechanic.

Dinah: Hello I'm Dinah Cosby.

You: ( What do you do?)

Dinah: I'm a supervisor.

Rajesh: Hello I'm Rajesh Sharma.

You: ( What do you do?)

Rajesh: I'm a painter.

Melanie: This is Betsy Steele.

Martin: Hello I'm Martin Learner. What do you do?

Betsy: I'm a welder ([weldə(r)] - сварщик). What do you do?

Martin: I'm a reporter.

Betsy: I'm happy to meet you.

Melanie: This is George Turner.

Martin: Good morning. What do you do?

George: I'm a welder too. What do you do?

Martin: I'm a reporter.


In the second part of this lesson, you will repeat how to ask what work other people do and learn how to answer the question when others ask you.

This is English USA on the Voice of America. Now, Lesson 3, Part 2:

Melanie: Good morning Andy. This is Martin Learner.

Andy: Hi I'm Andy Hendricks. What do you do?

Martin: I'm a reporter. What do you do?

Andy: I'm a machine operator.

Martin: Good. I'm happy to meet you.

Andy: Thanks.

Melanie: This is Amy Bergman.

Martin: Hello. I'm Martin Learner.

Amy: Hello. How are you?

Martin: Fine thanks. How are you?

Amy: Fine thanks. How are you Melanie?

Melanie: Fine thanks.

Martin: What do you do?

Amy: I'm a driver. What do you do?

Martin: I'm a reporter.

Amy: Oh, Good.


There are several ways to ask what work people do and to answer such a question. You should learn the easiest way in the beginning. Listen again:

Martin: What do you do?

Andy: I'm a machine operator. What do you do?

Martin: I'm a reporter.


Can you ask the question "What do you do?" again. First ask Martin, then ask Andy, then ask Amy. Ask Martin now:

You: ( What do you do?)

Martin: I'm a reporter.

You: ( What do you do?)

Andy: I'm a machine operator.

You: ( What do you do?)

Amy: I'm a driver.

Amy: This is Jane Guinn. She's a driver too.

Martin: Hello, Jane. I'm happy to meet you.

Amy: And this is Dinah Cosby. She's a supervisor.

Martin: We've met.

Amy: This is Raj Sharma.

Martin: We've met too. Thanks.

Melanie: Good morning, Bill. How are you?

BILL: Fine thanks. How are you?

Melanie: Fine thanks. Bill, this is Martin Learner. He's a reporter.

BILL: Hello. I'm happy to meet you.

Martin: Good morning. I'm happy to meet you too. What do you do?

Melanie: He's a grinder (['graində(r)] - шлифовальщик).

Martin: Pardon?

Melanie: He's a grinder.


More practice for "What do you do?":

Martin: Hello, I'm Martin Learner. What do you do?

BILL: I'm a grinder.

Martin: Hello, I'm Martin Learner. What do you do?

Amy: I'm a driver.

Martin: Hello, I'm Martin Learner. What do you do?

Andy: I'm a machine operator.

Martin: Good morning. I'm Martin Learner. What do you do?

Betsy: I'm a welder.


Now practice answering the question, What do you do? (if you don't know how to say your profession, look up it in a dictionary (словаре)):

BILL: Hello, I'm Bill. What do you do?

You: ( I'm A/AN YOUR PROFESSION.)

Amy: Hello I'm Amy Bergman. What do you do?

You: ( I'm A/AN YOUR PROFESSION.)

Andy: Hello I'm Andy Hendricks. What do you do?

You: ( I'm A/AN YOUR PROFESSION.)

Betsy: Good morning. I'm Betsy Steele. What do you do?

You: ( I'm A/AN YOUR PROFESSION.)


Can you tell Martin Learner what the other people in the factory do? First, listen to the answers:

Amy: Hello I'm Amy Bergman. I'm a driver

Amy: This is Dinah Cosby. She's a supervisor.

David: Hello I'm David Shaw. I'm a mechanic.


This time you say what the person does:

Amy: Hello I'm Amy Bergman.

You: ( You're a driver.)

Dinah: Hello I'm Dinah Cosby.

You: ( You're a supervisor.)

David: Hello I'm David Shaw.

You: ( You're a mechanic.)

Melanie: Come outside.

Melanie: This is Joe.

Martin: Pardon?

Melanie: This is Joe.

Martin: Pardon?

Melanie: This is Joe!

Remember the words of the previous lesson:

pray - молиться ([prei])
nation - нация, народ ([neiʃn])
bible - библия ([baibl])
size - размер ([saiz])
wing - крыло ([wiŋ])
verse - стих ([vε:(r)s])
fellow - парень, приятель, товарищ (['feləʊ])
painful - болезненный ([peinfl])
judge - судья, судить ([dʒʌdʒ])
peaceful - мирный ([pi:sfl])
honour - честь, почет, почтить (['ɒnə])
equal - равный (['i:kwəl])
ring - звонить, звенеть ([riŋ])
bug - жук, жучок (для подслушивания), баг ([bʌg])

Repeat the words of this lesson:

notice - заметка, сообщение, замечать (['nəʊtis])
supply - поставка, снабжение, снабжать ([sə'plai])
introduce - представлять, знакомить ([intrə'dju:s])
worth - ценность, стоимость ([wε:(r)θ])
devil - дьявол, черт (['devəl])
pirate - пират (['pairət])
evil - зло ([i:vl])
reporter - репортер ([ri'pɔ:(r)tə(r)])
bedside - место у кровати, прикроватный (['bedsaid])
object - объект (['ɒbdʒikt])
agreeable - согласный, приемлемый ([ə'gri:əbl])

The new verbs of this lesson are introduce, notice and supply. If you are ready, you can start the next lesson.

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