V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.)

TEXT. ROSE AT THE MUSIC-HALL From "They Walk in the City" by J. B. Priestley

Priestley, John Bointon (1894-1984) is the author of numerous novels, plays and literary essays well-known all over the world. Of his pre-war novels the most famous are "The Good Companions", "Angel Pavement", "They Walk in the V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) City", and "Wonder Hero". His war novels "Blackout in Greatley", "Daylight on Saturday" and "Three Men in New Suits", were very popular with the readers during and after the Second World War. The daring and unusual composition of some of his plays (such as "Dangerous Corner V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.)", "Time and the Conways") is a device for revealing people's real selves hidden under conventional masks.

Priestley loves people. His favourite character is a little man, an unim­portant shy person, lost in the jungle of the big city, helpless in the face of forces which he cannot combat. In V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) the description of an elderly comic actor in the given extract you will find something of the sad tenderness and com­passion characteristic of Priestley's attitude towards "little men".

When they arrived at the music-hall,[73] the doors for the second house were just opening,[74] and they walked straight V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) into the stalls, which were very cheap. The audience мейд a great deal of noise, especially in the balcony. Mrs. Burlow led the way to the front and found two very good seats for them. Rose bought a programme for twopence, gave it to Mrs. Burlow V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.), then looked about her brightly.

It was a nice friendly little place, this music-hall, warmer and cosier and altogether more human than the picture the­atres[75] she usually attended. One thing she noticed. There were very few young people there. They were nearly all about Mrs. Burlow's age V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.). So were the attendants. So were the members of the orchestra, who soon crept into their pit, wiping their mouths. Very few of the turns[76] were young; they themselves, their creased and fading scenery, their worn properties, their jokes and many of their songs were getting on in years. And V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) the loudest applause always came when a performer said he would imitate "our dear old favou­rite" So-and-so, and named a music-hall star that Rose had never heard of, or when a singer would tell them that the new songs were all very well in their V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) way but that the old songs were best and he or she would "endeavour to render" one of their old favourite ditties. The result of this was that though the whole place was so cosy and friendly, it was also rather sad. Youth had fled from it. There was V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) no bloom on anything here. Joints were stiff, eyes anxious behind the mask of paint.

One turn was an eccentric fellow with a grotesque make­up, a deadwhite face and a very red nose, and his costume was that of a ragged tramp. He мейд little jokes, fell over V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) himself, and then climbed on to the back of a chair, мейд more little jokes and played the accordion, Rose thought him quite funny at first, but very soon changed her mind about him. She was sitting near enough to see his real face, peering anxiously through that V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) mask. It was old, weary, des­olate. And from where she sat, she could see into the wings and standing there, never taking her eyes off the performer, was an elderly woman, holding a dressing gown in one хэнд and a small medicine glass in the other. And then Rose wanted V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) him to stop clowning for them, wanted the curtain to come down, so that he could put on that dressing gown, drink his medicine or whatever it is, and go away with the elderly woman, and rest and not worry any more.

But she said nothing to Mrs. Burlow V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.), who was enjoying herself, and laughing and clapping as hard as anyone there, perhaps because she too was no longer young and was be­ing entertained by people of her own age.

VOCABULARY NOTES

1. wayn 1. путь, дорога, е.g. The way we took lay through the forest. Syn. road V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.), path, track.

2. направление, е.g. Can you show me the way to Trafal­gar Square? (Как пройти...?)

N o t e : wayis but seldom used to denote a specially built means of communication between two places, the usual word for which is road; wayis more often used to denote V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) direction, е.g. 1 can show you the way to the nearest village (i. e. I can tell you what direction you should take in order to get to the village). But; I can show you a very good road to the village.; pathdenotes a track мейд by the feet of V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) people who pass along (тропа, тропин­ка) as a path through the woods. Of the three synonyms abstract usages are most typical of way,е.g. way to knowledge, way to happiness, etc., pathis also sometimes used in such combinations, as "The Path of Thunder", dangerous V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) path, etc.

to make one's wayидти вперед, проходить, е.g. They мейд their way through the silent streets of the sleeping city.

to lead the wayвести за собой, идти во главе, е.g. The guide led the way through the forest till we reached a nar­row path. This way V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.), please. Пожалуйста, пройдите сюда.

on the wayпо дороге, е.g. Let's discuss it on the way home.

to lose one's wayзаплутаться, е.g. The children lost their way in the forest.

by the wayкстати, меж иным, е.g. By the way, what was it she told you V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.)?

to be (stand) in smb.'s wayмешать, стоять поперек до­роги, е.g. Let me pass, don't stand in my way. They couldn't even talk in private: there was always someone in the way. What was it that stood in the way of her happiness?

to be (get V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.)) out of smb.'s wayне мешать, не препятство­вать, уйти с дороги, е.g. Get out of my way! I shall get her out of the way for ten minutes, so that you can have an opportunity to settle the matter.

in one's (own) wayв собственном V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) роде, е.g. The music was un­usual but quite beautiful in its own way.

to have (get) one's own wayнастоять на собственном, достигнуть собственного, е.g. She likes to have her own way in everything. Have it your own way.

way outвыход из положения, е.g. That V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) seems to me a very good way out. Proverb: Where there's a will there's a way.

2. attend υt/i 1. посещать, находиться, е.g. All chil­dren over seven attend school in our country.

2. прислуживать, обслуживать, е.g. She was tired of at­tending on (upon) rich old V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) ladies who never knew exactly what they wanted.

attendant n служитель (в театре — билетер, капель­динер), е.g. The attendant will show you to your seats.

attendance n 1. присутствие, посещаемость, е.g. Atten­dance at schools is compulsory. The attendance has fallen off. Your attendance is requested.; 2. сервис; уход; услу­ги V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.), е.g. Now that the patient is out of danger the doctor is no longer in attendance.

3. wear (wore, worn) υt/i 1. носить (одежку), быть оде­тым во что-л., е.g. At the party she wore her wedding dress and he said she looked like a lily-of-the-valley V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.). You should always wear blue: it matches your eyes.

Syn. tohave smth. on

to wear make-up (paint, rouge)употреблять косметику, краситься

to wear scentдушиться

2. изнашивать, протирать, е.g. I have worn my shoes into holes. The carpet wss worn by the many feet that had trodden on it.

3. носиться V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) (о платьице, обуви и т.д.), е.g. This cloth wears well (badly).

wear n, е.g. This style of dress is in general wear now. На данный момент все носят платьица этого фасона. Clothes for everyday wear. Одежка на каждый денек. Shoes for street wear. Туфли для улицы.

footwearобувь

underwear белье

4. anxious adj 1. озабоченный V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.), тревожный, беспокой­ный, е.g. I am anxious about his health. Her face was calm, but the anxious eyes betrayed something of what she felt.

Syn. worried, troubled, е.g. She always gets worried about little things.

2. очень желающий чего-л., е.g. Не works hard because he is anxious V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) to succeed. The actor was anxious to please the audience.

Syn. eager, е.g. Isn't he eager to learn?

anxiety n 1. беспокойство, тревога, опасение, забота, е.g. We waited with anxiety for the doctor to come. All these anxi­eties мейд him look pale and tired.

Syn. worry

2. страстное рвение к чему-л V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.)., е.g. That anxiety for truth мейд Philip rather unpopular with some of his school­mates.

anxiously ado с беспокойством, с волнением, е.g. We anx­iously waited for his arrival.

Note:Cf. the synonyms to be anxious, to worry, to trouble, to bother.The range of meaning of V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) worry is wide: it can denote emotional states of different intensity whereas its synonyms are narrower in meaning. In the sentence "His long absence worried his mother very much" worryexpress­es a strong feeling of anxiety. It is also possible to say: "It мейд her very anxious." The intensity of feeling V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) is slightly weaker here; trouble denotes a still weaker emotion; bother describes rather a state of irritation and dissatis­faction than of anxiety. Sometimes either of the synonyms can be used in one and the same sentence. The difference lies in the intensity of the emotion expressed V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) by each verb, е.g. Don't let that bother you (= don't think about it: it is unimportant). Don't let that trouble you (nearly the same, but also: Don't get nervous about it). Don't be anxious about it. (The feeling of fear and anxiety is stronger here V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) than in the previous example.) Don't let that worry you (= don't let that spoil your mood; don't fear that smth. bad will happen).

5. make (мейд, мейд) υt/i 1. делать, создавать; гото­вить, е.g. What is the box мейд of?

2. становиться, оказываться, е.g. I'm V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) sure she'll make an excellent teacher.

3. заставлять, е.g. We'll have to make him take the med­icine.

N о t e:In this meaning make is followed by a complex object. (Observe the absence of to with the infinitive!)

to make a mistake делать ошибку, ошибаться

to V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) make a report делать доклад

to make (a) noise шуметь

to make a (the) bed стелить кровать

to make friends with smb. сдружиться с кем-n., е.g. Soon she мейд friends with her fellow-passengers. She easily makes friends.

to make oneself at home ощущать себя как дома, е.g. Come in and V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) make yourself at home.

to make a joke (jokes)шутить, острить, е.g. Why do you always make jokes? Can't you be serious?

N o t e : Make is also used with numerous adjectives giving emotional characteristics, as to make smb. happy (angry, sad, etc.).

to make up 1. составлять (рецепт, перечень и V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) т.д.), е.g. Before packing make up a list of things you are going to take.; 2. сочинять, е.g. You are a fool to listen to his story. He has мейд it all up. Make up your own sentences using the new words.; 3. гримировать(-ся), краситься, е.g. How V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) long will it take the actors to make up? She was so much мейд up that I didn't recognize her at first; 4. мириться, as I am sorry for what I said. Let's make it up. You'd better make it up with Ann.; 5. возмещать, восполнить, е.g V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.). We must make up for lost time. Won't you let me try to make up for all I've fai­led to do in the past?

to make up one's mind = to decide

make-up n грим, косметика, е.g. Why should you spoil your pretty face with V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) all this make-up? The woman uses too much make-up (...очень очень красится).

6. hold (held, held) υt/i 1, держать, е.g. She was holding a red rose in her хэнд.

to hold on to smth.держаться за что-л., е.g. Holding on to a branch, he climbed V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) a little higher. Hold on to the rail­ing, it's slippery here.

to hold a meeting проводить собрание, е.g. A students' meeting was held in our department yesterday.

2. вмещать, содержать внутри себя, е.g. How many people will this lecture-hall hold?

3. держаться (о погоде), е.g. Will V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) this weather hold?

hold n

to catch (get) hold of smth.ухватиться за что-л., схва­тить что-л., овладеть чём-n., е.g. Не nearly fell down, but managed to catch hold of his companion's arm. The child got hold of a bright flower.

to keep hold of V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) smth. задерживать, не выпускать, е.g. With every minute it became harder and harder to keep hold of the slippery ropes.

to lose hold of smth.выпустить (из рук), е.g. It wasn't her nature to lose hold of anything she had got hold of.

7. entertainυt/i 1. принимать V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) гостей (rather formal), е.g. We are entertaining a lot.; 2. веселить, занимать, е.g. We were all entertained by his tricks.

entertaining adj развлекательный, занятный, е.g. The conversation was far from entertaining. In fact, it was horribly dull.

Syn. amusing

entertainment n развлечение, зрелище, представление, е.g. There are many V. Write 12 questions suggesting answers with these patterns. (The questions in Ex. IV may serve as a model.) places of entertainment in any big city.


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