ГДЗ по английскому языку за 5 класс Верещагина И.Н., Афанасьева О.В.

Lesson 17

Nouns                  Verbs                   Adjectives                 Adverbs
throat                 to excite                  serious                    seriously
cough                 to sneeze                   silly                    immediately
blood                  to recover                                              regularly
pain                    to worry                                                 carefully
tongue                to swallow                                               seldom
lung                    to hurt 
chest                  to nod
                          to fall
                          to examine 
1. The show.
2. When he is ill.
3. . his headache.
4. The boy.
5. .her child.
6. .chew.
1. No, when you have a sore throat you can't go for a walk.
2. Yes, you should always stay in bed when you cough.
3. Yes, you will recover quicker if you stay in bed.
4. No, when the doctor prescribes a medicine for you, you should take it regularly.
5. Yes, the person is healthy when he is free from illness.
6. Yes, you should eat the right food to keep fit.
Mother said that they should go to the doctor in 3 days.
Mother said that the doctor would feel his pulse.
Mother said that the doctor would listen to his heart.
Mother said that she would take his temperature.
Mother said that he shouldn't worry and he would recover soon.
a) Is there a post office near here?
Excuse me, can you tell me the way to Red Square.
b) How can I get to Red Square?
a) respect-respectable; move-movable; drink-drinkable; break-breakable
b) ill-illness; white-whiteness; polite-politeness; kind-kindness
What fine weather we are having today!
The information is very important.
Where is the money?
Do you think money is important in our life?
What weather do you like, cold or hot?
What important news!
The advice is good.
1. P1. Jack is coughing badly
P2. What did P1 say?
P3 He said Jack was coughing badly.
2. P1. The doctor examined the patient two days ago.
P2. What did P1 say?
P3. He said the doctor had examined the patient two days ago.
3. P1. Val is seriously ill now.
P2. What did P1 say?
P3. He said Val was seriously ill.
4. P1. You will recover soon.
P2. What did P1 say?
P3. He said you would recover soon.
5. P1. Show me your tongue, please.
P2. What did P1 say?
P3. He told you to show him your tongue.
6. P1. Where did you go last night.
P2. What did P1 say?
P3. He asked where you had gone last night.
7. P1. Have you done it today?
P2. What did P1 say?
P3. He asked if you had done it today.
to suffer, to fry, bitter, definite, definitely, to ride, soft
1. Milk, sour cream, cheese
2. My grandmother suffers from headache.
3. My sister is on a diet without sugar, meat and bread.
4. Nobody in my family keeps to a diet of salad and fruit.
5. Sour cream is made of cream.
6. Cheese is made from milk.
7. I like fried eggs.
8. I usually fry fish in the evening.
9. Yes, strong coffee tastes bitter.
10. My father usually speak very definitely.
11. I can ride a bicycle in the street.
12. Yes, I like soft drinks.
— When you suffer from a headache you have a pain in the stomach.
— I'm afraid you are not right. You don't have a pain in the stomach when you suffer from aheadache.
— When you suffer from quinsy you have a pain in your leg.
— I'm afraid you are not right. You don't have a pain in your leg when you suffer from quinsy.
— If you are on a diet you usually a lot of fried meat.
— I'm afraid you are not right. Your don't eat a lot of fried meat when you are on a diet.
— Your mother lets you eat ice-cream when you have a sore throat.
— I'm afraid you are not right. You mother doesn't let you eat icecream when you have a sore throat.
— You never stay in bed when you are seriously ill.
— I'm afraid you are not right. You always stay in bed when you are seriously ill.
Nick rides his bicycle in the town.
Nick rides his bicycle in the field.
Nick rides his bicycle near the river.
Nick rides his bicycle in the street.
Riding a bike isn't her cup of tea.
Playing the piano is not my cup of tea.
Writing poems is not my cup of tea.
Shopping is not his cup of tea.
Reading detective stories is not your cup of tea.
                                       Что нам делать, чтобы быть в форме
Дэвид. Привет, Стив. Ты фантастически выглядишь! Я давно тебя не видел, и ты совсем не изменился. Ты выглядишь действительно здоровым.
Стив. Думаю, что да. Я едва ли простужаюсь, может раз в 2-3 года, и всё. Я ничем не страдаю.
Дэвид. Ни от головной боли, ни от боли в спине или в животе?
Стив (смеётся). Нет, и ноги у меня не болят, и руки тоже.
Дэвид. Думаешь, это из-за диеты или упражнений?
Стив. Ну, я не знаю. Я имею в виду, что я люблю еду, которую я ем, и я считаю, что ем здоровую пищу — фрукты, овощи, много салата. Но я также люблю жареную пищу, мясо, рыбу. И я люблю молочные продукты — молоко, сливки, сметану, творог. Я ем хлеб и люблю блины с икрой, хотя я не люблю сладкое. На самом деле я не люблю горькие и сладкие вещи. Как видишь, нельзя сказать, что я на диете.
Дэвид. Нет, определённо. Ты регулярно делаешь упражнения?
Стив. Не достаточно. Моя работа мне не даёт. Летом я играю в волейбол, плаваю и катаюсь на велосипеде. Прошлым летом я попробовал прокатиться на лошади, но понял, что это не моё.
Дэвид. А ты занимаешься каким-нибудь зимним спортом?
Стив. На самом деле нет. Я много хожу. Но никакой ходьбы и игр в помещении. Вот какими упражнениями я занимаюсь. Кстати я не курю и не пью, только неалкогольные напитки.
Doing exercises helps people keep fit.
To keep fit Steve does exercises and eats healthy food.
1. a)
2. a)
3. b)
4. b)
5. b)
6. b)
How do you feel?
When were you ill last?
What was your temperature?
How often do you fall ill?
Do you take exercises regularly?
 Do you keep to a diet?
These text is about two man. One of them, Steve, really looks healthy and David said that he hadn't changed. Steve said that he didn't keep to a diet, he liked practically all food. He also said that he didn't take a lot of exercises. But he plays volleyball, swims and rides a bicycle in summer. Steve never smokes and never drinks alcohol.
You should it vegetables, fruit, some dairy products.
You should take swimming, walks in the open air, running.
                 Food                                                            Drinks
Cold                         Hot                                 Cold                      Hot 
ice-cream              fried eggs                           bear                      tea 
butter                      meet                           Coca-Cola                coffee 
dairy products          soup                         drinking water              hot milk 
1. To have good sleep.
2. To do morning exercise.
3. Not to eat much.
4. To go in for sports.
5. Go to the forest.
6. Not to drink alcohol.
7. To keep to a diet.
8. To spend more free time in the open air.
9. Go to sleep early.
10. Wake up early.
I was ill last winter. I had high temperature. My mother called a doctor. The doctor listened to my heart felt my pulse. He told me to stay in bed for a week. It was very dull. I took medicines 3 times a day. My mother took my temperature. My friends came to see me after school. It is very bad to be ill.

Lesson 18

Great Britain is situated on the British Isles. It consists of four countries. Scotland, Wales, England, Northern Ireland. Each country has its own capital. Edinburgh in Scotland, Cardiff in Wales, London in England, Belfast in Northern Ireland. Great Britain is washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the north and the North sea in the east. It is separated from the continent by the English Channel and the Strait of Dover.
The head of the state is the Queen but she doesn't rule. The real power in the state belongs to the British Parliament and the British Government. The parliament consists of the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The members of the House of Lords are permanent and the British elect members of the House of Commons every five years.
In Britain they speak about weather two hundred times a day. In Britain Sunday newspapers come out on Sunday. The British don't quote famous writers, only who doesn't know them do it. They have got a good sense of humour. They don't like to show off.
You should sit up strait.
You shouldn't eat with your fingers.
You shouldn't put your elbows on the table.
You should put your dirty knife, fork, spoon on your plate.
You shouldn't talk with your mouth full.
You shouldn't lick your fingers.
You should say «Thank you after» the meal.
To keep fit people should take exercises, go in for sport, eat healthy food and sleep 8 hours at least.

How do you feel?
How often do you fall ill?
Do you take exercises regularly?
Do you keep to a diet?
Do you eat healthy food?
When were you ill last?
Did you stay in bed?
How many days were you ill?
Did you call the a doctor?
Did you take the medicines he prescribed regularly?
What did the doctor do when he came?
Did he prescribe you any medicine?
What advice did he give you?
                                                      Мистер Мартин
       Мистер Мартии никогда не был женат. Он жил один в маленьком доме в деревне на юге Уэльса. Мистеру Мартину никогда не было одиноко. Он интересовался многими вещами. Он пытался узнать как можно больше о Королевстве, королевской семье и её истории.
      Он хотел знать, что правительство делает для жизни бедных людей в больших промышленных городах. Мистер Мартин серьёзно изучал закон и часто вёл длинные беседы о проблеме власти в стране со своим соседом, бывшим юристом. У него были очень интересные предложения, предложения, как сделать работу парламента лучше. Но он особенно был заинтересован в проблемах здоровья.
      У мистера Мартина было достаточно знаний о здоровье и медицине. Он вёл правильную жизнь и всегда был осторожным в еде и в питье. Он очень редко выходил, когда погода была холодная, потому что он всегда боялся заболеть. Он боялся заболеть каким-нибудь серьёзным заболеванием.
     И он часто ходил к своему врачу, которого он уважал и которому определённо верил. Но доктор начал уставать от визитов мистера Мартина и от его воображаемых болезней. На самом деле мистер
     Мартин был здоров, он редко простужался, у него никогда не было головной боли, ушной боли или боли в животе. Но он думал, что у него есть всевозможные болезни.
     Однажды мистер Мартин ворвался в кабинет к врачу и сказал, что у него ужасная болезнь, о которой он прочитал в газете. Он показал доктору газету.
     Доктор прочитал её внимательно и сказал. «Я удивлён, мистер Мартин, что вы думаете, что у вас есть эта болезнь. Нет никаких признаков того, что у вас она есть. Как здесь написано, люди не знают, когда у них есть эта болезнь. Нет никаких симптомов, и люди хорошо себя чувствуют. Они не кашляют и не чихают, у них ничего не болит, пульс в норме и кровяное давление тоже. Им не больно двигаться, дышать или глотать. И, пожалуйста, не валяйте дурака. Вам не стоит волноваться.»
     Мистер Мартин обиделся. «Но я так же себя чувствую, доктор. Я тоже ничем этим не страдаю.»
     Mr Martin often went to see his doctor because he was afraid to fall ill and he thought that he had all illnesses imaginable.
He tried to get as much information about the United Kingdom, the Royal family and its history. One day Mr Martin hurried into the doctor's office and told him he was sure he had some terrible illnesses which he had read about in the newspaper. He showed the doctor the paper.
He led regular life and was always careful about what he ate and drank. He hardly ever went out when the weather was cold because he was always afraid that he would fall ill. Mr Martin was a healthy man, he seldom caught a cold, never had a headache, an earache or pains in the stomach.
Where did Mr Martin live?
What was he interested in?
Did he have enough knowledge?
Why did he often go to see his doctor?
What did he read about in a newspaper one day?
Mr Martin lived in a small house in a village in the south of Wales. He was interested in many things. He had enough knowledge about health and medicine. He led a regular life and was always careful about what he ate and drank. He hardly went out when the weather was cold as he was afraid that he would fall ill. He was very afraid of getting some terrible illness. He visited doctor very often though he was a healthy man. One day he came to the doctor and said that he had a terrible illness which he had read about in a newspaper. When the doctor read the newspaper carefully he said that there were no symptoms and people usually felt well. They had no pains in the parts of the body. The doctor told Mr Martin not to worry. But Mr Martin said that he also felt good.