3. «В аэропорту»

 

_ Добрый вечер.Будьте добры,покажите свой паспорт.

_ Вот,пожалуйста.

_ У Вас есть багаж на сдачу? – Հանձնելու ուղեբեռ ունե՞ք:

_ Да,два чемодана.

 

__ За сверхнормативный багаж Вам придется заплатить. – Ստիպված կլինեք վճարել ավել կիլոգրամների համար:

_ У Вас есть ручная кладь? – Ձեռքի ուղեբեռ ունե՞ք:

_ Да,конечно,возьмите пожалуйста. _ Այո, ահա խնդրեմ:

_ Вот Ваш посадочный талон. _Ահա ձեր ինքնաթիռ նստելու անցաթուղթը:

 

Слова для усвоения:

 

пересадка –   տեղփոխ

окно регистрации – գրանցման պատուհան

хрупкие, бьющиеся  вещи  –փխրուն, կոտրվող իրեր

полёт по расписанию – թռիչքն ըստ չվացուցակի է

Задержка на 25 минут-– 25 րոպե ուշացում

самолет совершил посадку – ինքնաթիռը վայրէջք է կատարել

самолёт вылетел – ինքնաթիռը թռել է


 огнестрельное оружие или легковоспламеняющиеся материалы запрещены– հրազեն կամ դյուրավառ նյութերը արգելվում են

Поставьте ручную кладь на ленту – Դրեք ձեր ձեռքի պայուսակը ռենտգենյան սարքի շարժափոկի վրա:

Սովորողները կազմում են նոր երկխոսություններ՝ հիմք ընդունելով տրված երկխոսությունը և նոր բառապաշարը:

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2. Знакомство.

Слова для усвоения:

Как тебя зовут?

Меня зовут…

 

Кто я?

Меня зовут…

Как меня зовут?

А как тебя зовут?

Как её зовут?

Как его зовут?

 

Как её зовут?

Как его зовут?

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Учимся правильно использовать приветствия

Наверное, одно из самых первых слов, которое учат на иностранном языке, это приветствие.
На самом деле, это очень важно, потому что именно с него начинается диалог и, вообще, первый контакт с человеком.

Например, есть разница, когда вы приветствуете человека, которого вы встречаете в первый раз и человека, которого вы уже знаете давно. Эту разницу мы демонстрируем через официальный и неофициальный способ речи.

Неофициальным языком мы говорим с нашими друзьями, близкими людьми и родственниками, с людьми, с которыми вы на «одном уровне». В этом случае первое приветствие может быть «привет» и на прощание вы можете сказать «пока».

Варианты неофициального приветствия:

привет

приветик,

Примеры слов на прощание:

до скорого
увидимся
спишемся — созвонимся
пока

Официальный язык используется, когда вы не знаете человека достаточно близко, также на работе между руководителем и работником, доктором и пациентом, учителем и учеником, с пожилыми людьми или людьми старшего возраста, вообщем во всех ситуациях, когда вы хотите показать свое уважение человеку и между вами есть разница в статусе. В этом случае первое приветствие может быть «здравствуйте» и на прощание вы можете сказать «до свидания».
Давайте рассмотрим некоторые официальные приветствия:

Здравствуйте
Приветствую
Добрый день
Доброе утро
Добрый вечер

Примеры официальных слов напрощание:

До свидания
До встречи
Всего доброго
Всего наилучшего

Конечно, общаясь со своим другом или родственником, вы можете использовать и официальные фразы, такие как «добрый вечер» и «до свидания». Приветствия, где нет явно обращения на «вы» уместны во всех случаях.

 

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The Golden Boys

I think it is not true that the parents of the boy don’t follow them boy, because he their son and they must love and apreciate him.

Mr and Mrs Hamilton had two sons, Richard and Philip, who were both taller and friendlier than me. My parents liked them a lot. “Why can’t you be more like Richard and Philip?” I hated them.

BY CHRIS ROSE

Every August. Every August for twelve years. Every August for twelve years we went to the same small town on holiday. Every August for twelve years we went to the same beach. Every August for twelve years my parents rented the same small house in the same small town near the same beach, so every morning of every August for twelve years I woke up and walked down to the same beach and sat under the same umbrella or on the same towel in front of the same sea.

There was a small café on the beach where we sat every day, and every day Mr Morelli in the café said “Good morning!” to my parents, and then always patted me on the head like a dog. Every day we walked down to our red and white umbrella, every day my father sat on his deckchair and read the newspaper then went to sleep, every day my mother went for a swim in the sea and then went to sleep. Every lunchtime we ate the same cheese sandwiches which my mother made, and then every afternoon we went up to the café and ate an ice cream while my parents talked to Mr Morelli about the weather. Every summer for twelve years I sat there and read books and sometimes played volleyball with some of the other boys and girls who were there, but I never made any friends.

It was so boring.

Every August for twelve years the same family sat next to us. They were called the Hamiltons. We had a red and white umbrella, they had a green one. Every morning my parents said “Good morning!” to Mr and Mrs Hamilton, and Mr and Mrs Hamilton said “Good morning!” to my parents. Sometimes they talked about the weather.

Mr and Mrs Hamilton had two sons. Richard was the same age as me, and his brother Philip was two years older than me. Richard and Philip were both taller than me. Richard and Philip were very friendly, and both very handsome. They were much friendlier and more handsome than me. They made friends with everyone, and organised the games of volleyball on the beach or swimming races in the sea with the other children. They always won the games of volleyball and the swimming races. My parents liked Richard and Philip a lot. “Why can’t you be more like Richard and Philip?” they said to me. “Look at them! They make friends with everyone! They are polite, good boys! You just sit here reading books and doing nothing!”

I, of course, hated them.

Richard and Philip, Richard and Philip, Richard and Philip – it was all I ever heard from my parents every August for twelve years. Richard and Philip were perfect. Everything about them was better than anything about me. Even their green beach umbrella was better than our red and white one.

I was sixteen years old the last summer we went there. Perfect Richard and perfect Philip came to the beach one day and said that they were going to have a barbecue at lunchtime. They were going to cook for everyone! “Forget your cheese sandwiches”, they laughed, “Come and have some hamburgers or barbecue chicken with us! We’re going to cook!”

My parents, of course, thought this was wonderful. “Look at how good Richard and Philip are! They’re going to do a barbecue and they’ve invited everybody! You couldn’t organise a barbecue!”

Every summer for twelve years, on the other side of my family, sat Mrs Moffat. Mrs Moffat was a very large woman who came to the same beach every summer for twelve years on her own. Nobody knew if she had a husband or a family, but my parents said that she was very rich. Mrs Moffat always came to the beach wearing a large hat, a pair of sunglasses and a gold necklace. She always carried a big bag with her. She never went swimming, but sat under her umbrella reading magazines until lunchtime when she went home.

Richard and Philip, of course, also invited Mrs Moffat to their barbecue.

Richard and Philip’s barbecue was, of course, a great success. About twenty people came and Richard and Philip cooked lots of hamburgers and chicken and made a big salad and brought big pieces of watermelon and everyone laughed and joked and told Mr and Mrs Hamilton how wonderful their sons were. I ate one hamburger and didn’t talk to anybody. After a while, I left, and made sure that nobody saw me leave.

Mrs Moffat ate three plates of chicken and two hamburgers. After that she said she was very tired and was going to go and have a sleep. She walked over to her umbrella and sat down on her deckchair and went to sleep. When she woke up later, everybody on the beach was surprised to hear her screaming and shouting.

“My bag!!!! My bag!!!” she shouted. “It’s gone!!! It’s GONE!!!” Everybody on the beach ran over to Mrs Moffat to see what the problem was. “Someone has taken my bag!!!” she screamed, “Someone has stolen my bag!!!”

“Impossible!” said everybody else. “This is a very safe, friendly beach! There are no thieves here!” But it was true. Mrs Moffat’s big bag wasn’t there anymore.

Nobody had seen any strangers on the beach during the barbecue, so they thought that Mrs Moffat had perhaps taken her bag somewhere and forgotten it. Mr Morelli from the café organised a search of the beach. Everybody looked everywhere for Mrs Moffat’s big bag.

Eventually, they found it. My father saw it hidden in the sand under a deckchair. A green deckchair. Richard and Philip’s deckchair. My father took it and gave it back to Mrs Moffat. Everybody looked at Richard and Philip. Richard and Philip, the golden boys, stood there looking surprised. Of course, they didn’t know what to say.

Mrs Moffat looked in her bag. She started screaming again. Her purse with her money in it wasn’t in the big bag. “My purse!” she shouted, “My purse has gone! Those boys have stolen it! They organised a barbecue so they could steal my purse!”

Everybody tried to explain to Mrs Moffat that this couldn’t possibly be true, but Mrs Moffat called the police. The police arrived and asked golden Richard and golden Philip lots of questions. Richard and Philip couldn’t answer the questions. Eventually, they all got into a police car and drove away to the police station.

I sat there, pretending to read my book and trying to hide a big, fat purse under the sand on the beach.

That was the last summer we went to the beach. My parents never talked about Richard and Philip again.

THE END
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Հավաքից-հավաք

Սեպտեմբեր-Մայիս հաշվետվություն

Do What You Say

King Of The Pumpkins

Meals

My habits

My Free Time

Christmas is Coming…

My Free Time

The Only Thing To Fear Is

Test

A Serious Case

About Spring

10 Facts About Armenia

10 Փաստ Հայաստանի Մասին

Fairy Tales Fight Back

The Golden Boys

 

 

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Fairy Tales Fight Back

WHO ARE YOUR FAVOURITE STRONG, INDEPENDENT FEMALE LEADS FROM FILM OR FICTION? WHY?

We all know the stories. The princess falls in love with the prince. He rescues the damsel in distress from the tower or the dragon or the wicked queen … or anything at all really. The plot in many fairy tales relies on a woman in trouble needing a brave, strong man to rescue her.

 

I loved Disney as a child, and I still do, but it is clear that stories such as Snow White and Sleeping Beauty are based on gender stereotypes. They show children that women spend their time looking pretty, cooking and cleaning and that women need a man to look after them. These ideals are old-fashioned and outdated.  I personally would feel uncomfortable teaching these values to children – boys or girls.

Luckily, Disney has clearly seen that their female characters were weak and helpless and their new films feature strong female characters. Tangled, which tells Disney’s story of Rapunzel, was released in 2010. Rapunzel is an intelligent and creative 18 year old who asks a man to help her to visit the kingdom. Although he is helping her, she also helps and saves him. She uses her intelligence and people skills to save him from a group of criminals, and she uses her magic (perhaps a symbol for special talents) to heal him when he is hurt.

 

Disney’s award winning film Frozen was released in 2013. Based on Hans Christian Anderson’s story The Snow Queen, it tells of a young girl, Elsa. Elsa can make it snow and turn water to ice. When she starts an eternal winter, it is her sister, Anna, who decides to save the kingdom.  When Anna’s heart is frozen, an act of true love is needed to save her. We immediately think of true love’s kiss. In the end, the act of true love which saves Anna is her decision to give up her life for Elsa.

The females in these stories are intelligent, brave and adventurous. They are better role models for young girls and show children that girls can be heroes too. Disney’s choice to show strong, independent females working together with men shows the progress which has been made in gender equality. Hopefully, through efforts such as this, the idea that a man always rescues the woman will not be passed on to future generations.

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The History Of Graffiti

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