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 Книга для чтения к учебнику английского языка 7 класс (Копыл, Боровик) 1979

Назначение: для 7 класса

© Издательство  Просвещение Москва 1979

Авторство: Евгения Георгиевна Копыл, Марина Алексеевна Боровик

Формат: PDF, Размер файла: 4.05 MB


 Данная книга входит в учебный комплекс по английскому языку для 7 класса авторов А. П. Старкова и Р. Р. Диксона. Цель книги — совершенствование навыков чтения на английском языке.

Reading in September and October 

Task 1 Daniel Defoe 3 

Robinson Crusoe 4 

Task 2 Robinson Crusoe (Continued) 5 

Task 3 A Day at an English School 10 

Task 4 The Terrible Miss Dove 12 

Task 5 Leningrad 16 

Task 6 Aesop’s Fables 19 

Task 7 Timur Frunze 23 


Inna Konstantinova, a Soviet Partisan 25 

Task 8 The Armoured Cruiser Potemkin 27 

Additional Reading 30 

Reading in November and December 

Task 9 The First Days of the Great October Socialist Revolution 32 

Task 10 Jonathan Swift 35 

Gulliver’s Travels 36 

Task 11 Gulliver’s Travels (Continued) 39 

Task 12 English-Speaking Countries 43 

Task 18 Stamps 46 

Task 14 The Sky 50 

Task 15 New Year’s Eve, the 31st of December, in Britain 53 

Additional Reading 56 

Reading in January, February and March 

Task 16 Rudyard Kipling 58 

How the Whale Got His Throat 59 

Task 17 How the Whale Got His Throat (Continued) 60 

Task 18 Samuel Morse 62 

Task 19 Notes from the Sea 66 

Task 20 Mark Twain 69 

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 70 

Task 21 The War Brothers 74 

Task 22 Mother’s Day in Britain 78 

My Mother 79 

Task 23 Lewis Carroll 80 

Task 24 Alice in Wonderland 83 

Task 25 The Seven Sisters 88 

The Hare and the Tortoise 90 

Additional Reading 90 

Reading in April and May 

Task 26 Red Berries 94 

Task 27 The Pioneers of Aviation 97 

Task 28 Chief Constructor Sergey Pavlovich Korolyov 101 

Task 29 Sports and Games in Britain and the USA 105 

Task 30 William Shakespeare 107 

Romeo and Juliet 108 

Task 31 The Woodcraft Folk 112 

Task 32 A Letter from a Vocational Secondary School 113 

Task 33 Captain Scott’s Expedition to the South Pole 115 

Additional Reading 119 

Vocabulary 121





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Task 1 

I. Read the proper names from the text: Daniel Defoe ['daenjol do'fou], England [Tpglsnd], Robinson Crusoe I'robinsn 'kru:-sou], London [Тлпбэп], York [jo:k]. 

II. Read the title and say what the text is about:

DANIEL DEFOE (1660-1731) 

One of the first novels in the history of literature was written in England in 1719. It was Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. 

Daniel Defoe was born in London in the family of a rich man. When Daniel was a schoolboy, he began to write stories. After he left school the young man worked in his father’s shop and wrote articles for newspapers. Defoe visited many countries and met many people. That helped him in his writings. 

In 1719, when Defoe was sixty years old, he wrote the novel Robinson Crusoe which made him famous.Defoe used in his book a true story about a sailor who lived on an island for four years. Robinson Crusoe in Defoe’s novel lived on an island for twenty-eight years. People liked the novel in England and in many other countries. Daniel Defoe wrote 

proper |'props] name — ерам, имя собственное 

title I'taitl] — заглавие 

novel I'no vsl] — роман 

was written — был 

написан was born — родился rich — богатый 

famous f'feimos] — знаменитый true ftru:] — подлинный 

sailor I'seilo] — моряк island I'ailsnd] — остров 

D. Defoe 

other books but his novel Robinson Crusoe is the most famous. Defoe was not a rich man when he died in 1731. 

Найдите в тексте ответы на следующие вопросы: 

1. When and where did Daniel Defoe live? 

2. When did he begin to write his stories? 

3. Where did he work after he left school? 

4. What did he write? 

5. What novel made Defoe famous? 

6. Have you read Robinson Crusoe in Russian?


Robinson Crusoe lived in the city of York. When he was a small boy, he wanted to go to sea. But he could do it only when he was eighteen. He had a friend whose father was captain of a ship. The captain took the two boys on his ship when it went to London. That was Robinson’s first voyage. After that Robinson Crusoe made three or four voyages over the sea. Now he was a sailor and liked his work very much. 

One day when the ship was at sea, a great storm came on them. The ship broke and the people went into a small boat. 

the most [moust] famous — самый известный to die — умирать 

sea — море could [kud] — смог captain ['kaeptin] — капитан ship — корабль voyage ['voiidg] — плавание, морское путешествие storm — шторм to break [breik] (broke, broken) — разбивать(ся) boat [bout] — лодка 

The high waves picked their boat up and threw it on large stones. All the people were drowned. Robinson could swim well, so he stayed in the water for a long time. The waves carried him to the shore. 

When a high wave threw him on large stones, he held on to them for some time. Soon the wave was back in the sea and Robinson ran to the shore very quickly. When he reached the shore, he sat there for a long time. 

Then he wanted to know where he was. 

I. Найдите в первой части текста ответы на следующие вопросы: 

1. Where did Robi'nson Crusoe live? 

2. How old was Robinson when he went to sea for the first time? 

3. Did he like to be a sailor? 

4. Why did the ship break one day? 

5. Where did the people go from the ship? 

6. Where did the wave throw the boat? 

7. Why could Robinson stay in the water for a long time? 

8. Where did the waves carry him? 

9. When did he run to the shore? 

II. Подберите к картинкам (стр. 6) предложения из первой части текста. 

Task 2 



Part II 

Robinson Crusoe saw that he was on an island. It was not large. Robinson went along the shore; he wanted to see the people from the ship. But there were no people there. It was evening already and Robinson wanted to sleep. He was afraid to sleep in the open place, so he got on a tree and slept there. 

wave — волна to throw [0rou] (threw, thrown) — бросать to be drowned 

[draund] — утонуть shore [Jo:] — берег 

to reach — достигать, добираться 

to be afraid fa'f reid] — бояться 

When he woke up, it was morning. The storm was over. The sea was low and Robinson saw their ship. One part of it was over the water. It was not very far from the shore. Robinson swam to the ship and got on it. He saw many good things there.

Robinson found some wood and some tools on the ship and began to make a raft. When the raft was ready, Robinson put it on the water. Then he took two large boxes and put into them things which he found on the ship. There were tools, guns, powder and many other things. He put the boxes on the raft, jumped on it and went to the shore. Now he had guns and powder and could get some food. With the tools he could make a house. 

Robinson went to the ship every day and brought to the island all the things that he could find there. During one of his visits to the ship he found a dog there and two cats. He took them to the island too. Now he had good friends with him. He was on the island for ten days already when another storm came. After it was over Robinson could not see the ship. It broke to pieces. 

Подберите к картинкам (стр. 8) предложения в соответствии с содержанием второй части текста: 

Robinson began to make a raft. 

Robinson swam to the ship and got on it. Robinson put the raft on the water. 

The sea was low and Robinson saw their ship. 

He found some wood and some tools on the ship. 

Robinson jumped on the raft and went to the shore.

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