VII. Find English proverbs concerning weather, provide them with Kazakh equivalents ask your fellow students to illustrate them.
VIII. Make up the plan of the text and retell it.
X. Read and translate text B :
Yellowstone National Park.
A national park is large piece of land. In the park animals are free to come and go. Tress and plants grow everywhere. People go to a national park to enjoy nature. Many people stay in campgrounds in national parks. They sleep in tents and cook their food over campfires. They also walk on trails or paths in the parks. On a gate at the entrance of Yellowstone, a sign says, "For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People".
Yellowstone is the world's oldest national park. It became a national park in 1872. It is also the world's largest park. It covers parts of the states of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Yellowstone is two- and – half times the size of the smallest state, Rhode Island.
Yellowstone is famous for its geysers. These holes in the ground shoot hot water into the air. There are about seventy geysers in the park. The most famous is Old Faithful. About every hour Old Faithful shoots hot water hundreds of feet into the air:
Two- and – a half million people visit this beautiful park each year. Park rangers give information to visitors. Park rangers give information to visitors. They also take care of the park. They tell them not to feed or hunt the animals.
XI. Insert appropriate words:
1. People go to a national park to enjoy ________ .
a. people b. nature c. animals
2. There is a sign on a ________ .
a. visitor b. gate c. house
3. The sign says, "For the _______ and Enjoyment of the People".
a. Benefit b. Information c. Security
4. Yellowstone is famous for its _________ .
a. visitors b. geysers c. bears
5. Park rangers ______ of the park..
A feed b. take care c. are afraid
6. Visitors cannot _________ the animals.
a. hunt b. pick c. catch
XII. Find the right answers to the questions
a. Yellowstone is the world's oldest park.
b. Yellowstone is two-and-a-half times the size of the smallest state, Rhode Island.
c. Yellowstone is famous for its natural beauty.
XIII. Complete the sentences:
1. Yellowstone covers parts of __________.
a. Wyoming and Montana
b. Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho
c. Rhode Island
2. Yellowstone is two-and-a-half times the size of ________.
a. Montana b. seventy geysers c. about seventy geysers
3. Yellowstone has ___________.
a. twenty geysers b. seventy geysers c. about seventy geysers
4. Geysers shoot hot water into the _________.
a. ground b. air c. tree
5. The most famous geyser is ________.
a. Old Faithful b. Old Hundred c. Old Chap
6. Park rangers give ____ to visitors .
Form the degrees of comparison of the following adjectives.
Write down the sentences and translate them paying attention to the comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives.
1.Her answer is the best. 2. This apple is the sweetest. 3. The day is warmer than the morning. 4. This is the most interesting book of all. 5. This news is the most exciting in the world. 6. Their flat is larger than their mother’s. 7. Our task is easier than our friends'. 8. Her lips are redder than a rose. 9. His reading is better than his spelling.