Напишите 10 предложений про хоккей на английском (на пересказ. ) 7 класс

Hockey :Hockey is one of the most popular fast-paced sports games in the world. It is an exciting and spectacular game played by two teams either on ice-rink or on a field. Each team presents a certain country or region and consists of six players: two defense-men, two wingers, one goalkeeper and one center man. Hockey players should be very skilled and agile. This game requires skillful skating and excellent stick handling. There are various types of hockey. The most popular and widespread games are field hockey, ice hockey, sledge hockey and street hockey. Field hockey is played on natural grass with a small, hard ball and J-shaped sticks. Ice hockey is one of the most spectacular sports of Winter Olympics. It originally appeared in the expanses of North America hundreds of years ago and is now played in many northern countries. First competitions in Canada were amateur, but gradually they became professional. The first professional league, known as NHL, was formed in 1917. The rules of the game are simple. The players try to score a goal into the opponents’ gate. The puck should completely cross the goal line and enter the net. Sledge hockey is played by people with physical disabilities. This sport is played during Winter Paralympics. Street hockey is played on hard surface, usually asphalt, with a ball instead of a puck. Being a rough game, hockey causes many injuries. Nevertheless, people love this game and enjoy watching it. Так наверно

Текст в форме пересказа о том как я сходил в театр на английском (10 предложений) !

Recently we went to the Puppet Theater named after Sergei Obraztsov. We are a mother, me and my younger brother Vitalik. We really enjoyed the theater. For the first time I was in a real theater. Before that, I was only attending shows and concerts in our House of Culture, I also went to the performances given by the theater actors in our school, in the assembly hall. Already only going to the building of the famous theater, I realized what a big difference this is - the tour performance of the artists and a real theater, albeit a puppet show. On the building of the theater, just above the main entrance, there are wonderful watches. Every hour the cock cries, and the shutters on the windows open. There appear figures of various fairy-tale heroes. The whole presentation is played. Only need to come to eleven or twelve o’clock in the afternoon, because at this time the performance is longer. In the foyer of the theater is a museum of world dolls. Only there are no wonderful dolls, scenery and props for puppet shows! I remember the oldest dolls of the seventeenth century and the doll house-palace, also very old and surprisingly beautiful, made of real wood, there even curtains were real, made of red silk. We went to the buffet, as there was plenty of time, after all, we are invited to the theater forty-five minutes before the performance! But the time for the performance began. It was a play based on the well-known and beloved Mowgli. Sound, lighting, dolls - everything is so thought out to the smallest detail that you look and forget that before you only dolls. I, like my brother, worried about the heroes, was horrified by the bloodthirsty tiger Sherkhan, rejoiced at the successes and victories of Mowgli, the panthera of Bagheera, the bear of Balu. I even tried to take a picture of one scene without a flash, but then, when I showed the film, I saw only an empty kadrik - too weak light for a film. But my memory and pictures taken in the foyer and at the entrance will leave for a long time the joy that my mother gave us, giving us the opportunity to see the best puppet theater!

Нужен пересказ от лица Byrne (не больше одного листа) + в конце нужно еще написать - "what lesson did Byrne draw from the experience)"
Byrne arrived in Marshfield an hour before the meeting was due to start. He wondered why Drake, the chairman, had thought it so important that he should be present.
He let himself into the local Party office, a shop in the High Street which had been turned into an office during the election in 1950. There was a photograph of himself on one of the walls taken nine years ago which advertised:
Mr. John Byrne, your new M. P. 2 will attend at3 these offices from 6. 30 p. m. onwards every Friday evening. Bring your problems to your new Labour M. P. 2 He will solve them for you.
Perhaps that was the trouble, he thought. He had intended to be present every Friday evening when he was elected, for a year he had attended regularly. Every Friday he had interviewed a couple of dozen constituents about their housing problems, their pensions and a lot of individual problems.
After a year he started to make excuses. He could not find houses for people when the houses did not exist, and in any case these constituency problems were better dealt with by letter. What was the point in spending every Friday evening in the dirty office, when there was so little he could do to help the people who waited patiently to see him?
He decided that they had called him in order to make him promise to attend more regularly in future.
I must win them back, he thought, for if he lost Marshfield he had lost everything - no seat, no right of entry to the House of Commons. 4
Jimmy March, the Party secretary, entered the room with his pile of agendas and started to place them on each of the chairs. He was, too, obviously avoiding Byrne, whom he must have noticed.
"Hello, Jimmy," Byrne called cheerfully, "always on the job."
"Oh, hello."
Byrne could feel the hostility in the emphatic way March moved round the room.
"I hear there’s likely to be a spot of bother tonight," Byrne said.
"Of course, I’ll be along more regularly on Fridays in future now we’re in Government."5
"It’ll be a change to see you," March said indifferently.

I arrived in Marshfield an hour before the meeting. I wondered why Drake, the chairman had thought that my presence was so important. I went into the local Party office. I had to be present every Friday evening and I intended to do so for years. My work was to interview a couple of dozen constituents about their housing problems, their pensions and a lot of individual problems.
After a year of elections I started to make excuses. I couldn’t find houses for people when the houses didn’t exist. I thought that these constituency problems were better dealt with by letter. In reality there was so little I could do to help people, who waited patiently to see me.
I wanted to believe that they had called me in order to make me promise to attend more regularly in future. I thought that I must win them back for if I lost Marshfield I would have lost everything -no seat, no right of entry to the House of Commons.
Entering the room I met Jimmy March, the Party secretary. It seemed to me that he was avoiding me. I felt that he was rather indifferent to me. I understood that something was wrong and tried to promise to be along more regularly on Fridays in future. I drew from my experience that I should do my useless work and make image that I am helping people.

Составьте краткий пересказ по тексту The wedding anniversary, на английском.

Janice was waiting, it was already late at night, it was raining outside. The call came suddenly, Janice thought that James had forgotten the key again. But on the threshold was a young woman in a white dress with a beautiful bouquet. She asked to call a taxi for her, Janice hurried to the phone. Returning to the door, the girl disappeared, and the bouquet lay at the threshold. James found Janice on the stairs, with a bouquet, she told him the story. He thoughtful went into his room, noticing old things. Clock ticking, photo on the fireplace. This house belonged to his grandmother, in the photo she was in a wedding dress. Janice realized that the girl on the doorstep was like two drops of water, like a girl with a photo, but she died before meeting Dudames and Janice. Ddemys recalled that today she was supposed to have an anniversary.

Мэри поппинс краткий пересказ восьмой главы

Краткий пересказ всей повести.
Повествование в этой сказочной повести начинается с того, что семейство Бэнкс, собравшись утром за чаем, обсуждает вопрос о поисках новой няни. В доме уже побывало множество нянь, но ни одна из них не смогла ужиться с детьми – Джейн, Майклом и близнецами. И тут вдруг на пороге дома появляется решительная молодая особа, которая представляется Мэри Поппинс и заявляет, что она – их новая няня. Откуда взялась Мэри Поппинс перед дверью дома Бэнксов – неизвестно, возникает такое чувство, что она появилась здесь прямо из воздуха или спустилась с неба на большом зонтике-трости, который она держит в руках.
   Мэри Поппинс не похожа на всех прочих нянь. Она – Мисс Совершенство, так как не имеет совершенно никаких недостатков (разве что очень любит смотреть на свое отражение в витринах магазинов – но разве это недостаток для очаровательной женщины?) Она строга и требовательна, но вместе с тем прекрасно понимает детей. Она рассказывает им чудесные сказки и поит микстурой, которая прямо у нее в ложке превращается в мороженое, она может въезжать по лестничным перилам вверх и расстегивать крючки и пуговицы на детской одежде с помощью взгляда.
   Кроме того, Мэри понимает не только детей, но и животных, и даже статуй – благодаря ей дети знакомятся с Мальчиком с дельфином в городском парке и узнают подробности о жизни одной бродячей собаки и собаки одной из их соседок. А еще Мэри обращает особое внимание на манеры – у нее самой манеры просто превосходны. А кроме зонтика, она приносит в дом с собой большую ковровую сумку, из которой достает самые разные вещи, причем, иногда такие, которые вряд ли поместятся в обычную сумку.
   Одним словом, Мэри Поппинс – очень необычная няня, второй такой просто не существует. Она волшебница, но волшебница, которая целиком сосредоточена на детских проблемах, и появляется всегда там, где требуется помощь детям. На вопрос Джейн и Майкла о том, как долго Мэри пробудет у них, она отвечает, что все зависит от ветра – ведь с помощью ветра и своего зонтика она и перемещается от одних своих воспитанников к другим. Мэри Поппинс совершает для детей немало чудес – но все эти чудеса интересны только самим детям, в мире взрослых они не имеют никакой ценности. Мэри рассказывает и показывает детям, что творится в зоопарке ночью, а также рассказывает о доме, в котором обитают дети, нарисованные на блюде из фарфора.
   А еще дети узнают от нее, откуда на небе появляются звезды – их туда относит именно Мэри Поппинс, и на самом деле это звезды из фольги, которые Мэри берет у Майкла и Джейн и приклеивает на небо. Сейчас дети оказываются именно в том мире, о котором мечтали – мире, наполненном чудесами. Только их беспокоит один вопрос: не забудут ли они обо всем этом, когда станут взрослыми - ведь взрослые часто не помнят даже самые яркие впечатления из своего детства. Но все же они верят, что такую няню, как Мэри Поппинс, они не смогут забыть никогда.

. Пересказать текст на английском, желательно со своими предложениями. (15-20 предложений)! Medical Education in RussiaLast year a delegation from the World Health Organization visited Moscow. The delegates were interested in medical education inRussia. Some of them came to the Moscow Medical Academy and had a talk on this subject with Dr. Ivanov, the Dean of the Medical Faculty. Dr. Conroy: Dr. Ivanov, my colleagues and I are here by the arrangement with the World Health Organization. We should like to receive some information on the training of doctors in your country and about the curricula in the medical institutions of higher learning, or medical schools as we call them. Dean: I’ll be happy to answer all your questions. Dr. Conroy: First of all, would you kindly tell us who has the right to enter a medical school in your country?Dean: Any citizen of our country who has a complete secondary education may apply to medical school. Dr. Conroy: Applicants have to take examinations, don’t they?Dean: Yes, quite so. All the applicants are required to take entrance competitive examinations in biology, chemistry, and the Russian language. And those who obtained the highest marks in the examinations are admitted. Applicants who have finished school with a gold or silver medal are allowed to take only one examination. If they get an excellent mark, they are admitted to the medical school. Dr. Brown: Would you tell us, please, how your students are instructed?Dean: The instruction at higher schools is given through lectures, group instruction and practical classes. Dr. Scott: Is the attendance at lectures and classes voluntary?Dean: No, it is compulsory for all students. Dr. Conroy: How is the students’ knowledge checked?Dean: Our academic year begins on September 1st and is divided into two terms of four months each. At the end of each term the students have to pass a number of examinations. Dr. Brown: We should like to know something about your medical curriculum, if we may. Dean: Well, the course of study lasts 6 years and covers basic preclinical and clinical subjects. In the pre-clinical years the curriculum is uniform for the students of the medical, preventive medicine, stomatological and pediatric faculties. During the first two years students study physics, general, organic, inorganic and biological chemistry. The students also study human anatomy, physiology, histology, microbiology, Latin, a foreign language, and philosophy. Beginning with the third year special clinical subjects are introduced - all branches of internal medicine, surgery, gynaecology, obstetrics, ophthalmology, infectious diseases and others. At the end of the third year students take a six-week practical course. They perform the duties of nurses. After their fourth year students take another practical course during which they are ex- posed to direct doctor-patient communication at the department of internal diseases as well as at the surgical department, and the department of obstetrics and gynaecology. Working as doctor’s assistants, students master a definite number of medical and diagnostic procedures. Senior students also do a practicum in out-patient departments. They have to attend lectures, seminars, and clinical conferences as well. Dr. Conroy: Dr. Ivanov, you’ve told us about undergraduate clinical training in the Medical Faculty. How does the training course at a medical school end? And what about specialization?Dean: You see, in our country graduate medical students take a final state examination which includes theoretical questions in internal diseases, surgery and obstetrics and gynaecology, as well as in clinical cases. The graduates also have to demonstrate their practical skills. Those who have passed the examination receive their diploma, which certifies them as doctors. Having received a diploma they may either take a one-year internship course qualifying them as general health care specialists, or a two-year residency course qualifying them as narrow specialists. Dr. Brown: Dr. Ivanov, would you kindly tell us what facilities your doctors have for specialization?Dean: Interns and residents work under the direct supervision of experienced specialists in clinics and in major hospitals. Medical graduates can also apply for the post-graduate training. For three years postgraduates do research into one of the important problems of modern medicine, prepare a thesis, defend it, and obtain an academic degree of Candidate of Medical Science. Dr. Conroy: Dr. Ivanov, thank you very much for the talk. Dean: You are most welcome. If you like, I’ll gladly show you through some of our clinical hospitals and departments. Dr. Brown: We’d be much obliged to you.

Dr. Brown: Dr. Ivanov, would you kindly tell us what facilities your doctors have for specialization?Dean: Interns and residents work under the direct supervision of experienced specialists in clinics and in major hospitals. Medical graduates can also apply for the post-graduate training. For three years postgraduates do research into one of the important problems of modern medicine, prepare a thesis, defend it, and obtain an academic degree of Candidate of Medical Science. Dr. Conroy: Dr. Ivanov, thank you very much for the talk. Dean: You are most welcome. If you like, I’ll gladly show you through some of our clinical hospitals and departments. Dr. Brown: We’d be much obliged to you

Напишите краткий пересказ обоих текстов на английском языке.
Charles Dickens
I was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire.
but his family moved to London ^ when he was ten. He later went to work in a factory to pay lor his accommodation
and support his family as his father was in prison for not paying his debts. His father’s eventual release and an improvement in the family’s fortunes helped matters, but Dickens never forgave his mother for leaving him in the factory. He first made a name for himself as a writer in his twenties with The Pickwick Papers (1836).
Oliver Twist (1837-1839) is about a boy born in a workhouse for the poor. Some of the other boys make him ask for more food. As a result. Oliver is then sold. Suffering terrible cruelty, he runs away and joins a young criminal who teaches him how to steal wallets. The general theme of the novel is that of selfishness and dishonesty as most people take advantage of Oliver. Few people show him love and kindness.
Oliwvr Twist
The boys al (he workhouse’ ale in a large
stone hall. At one end there was a copper2, out of which the master ladled3 gruel4 at mealtimes. Each boy had only one ladleful and no more, except on public holidays when he had two ounces5 and a quarter of bread.
The bowls never needed washing as the boys polished them with their spoons until they shone. When they had done this, they would sit staring at the copper with such eager eyes as if they could easily eat the very bricks of which it was made. Meanwhile, they licked their fingers trying to catch any stray splashes of gruel.
Generally, boys have excellent appetites and so Oliver and his companions suffered from slow starvation for three months. They finally got so wild with hunger that one boy, who was somewhat tall for his age and not at all used to that sort of thing because his father had owned a small bakery, said to
his companions that unless he had another spoon of 20 gruel daily, he was afraid that one night he might eat the boy who slept next to him. He seemed to have a wild, hungry look in his eye and the others entirely believed him. A meeting was held and lots were drawn to see who should walk up to the master after 25 supper that evening and ask for more. The task fell to Oliver Twist.
The evening arrived and the boys took their places. The master, in his cook’s apron, stood beside the copper with his assistants behind him. 30 The gruel was served out and a long grace6 was said. After the gruel disappeared, the boys whispered to each other and winked at Oliver, while his neighbours nudged him. Oliver was desperate with hunger and misery. He rose from 35 the table and. walking towards the master with his bowl, said,
’Please, sir, I want some more.’
The master was a fat, healthy man but he turned very pale. He gazed in astonishment at the boy for 40 some seconds and then held on to the copper for support. His assistants were paralysed with wonder and the boys with fear.
‘What?’ said the master eventually in a faint voice. 45
‘Please, sir,’ replied Oliver, ‘I want some more.’
The master hit Oliver’s head with the ladle, held him tightly in his arms and shrieked aloud for the policeman.

Charles Dickens
I was born in Portsmouth, Hamps. He first made a name for himself as a writer in his twenties with The Pickwick Papers (1836).
Oliver Twist (1837-1839) is about a boy born in a workhouse for the poor, but his family moved to London, when him was ten years. Some of the other boys make him ask for more food. As a result. Oliver is then sold. Suffering terrible cruelty, he runs away and joins a young criminal who teaches him how to steal wallets. The general theme of the novel is that of selfishness and dishonesty as most people take advantage of Oliver. Few people show him love and kindness.

краткий пересказ текста The land and people of great britain
The United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the UK) occupies
most of the territory of the British Isles. It consists of four
main parts: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
London is the capital of England, Edinburgh is the capital of
Scotland, Cardiff— of Wales and Belfast — of Northern Ireland.
The UK is a small country with an area of some 244,100 square
kilometres. It occupies only 0. 2 per cent of the world’s land
surface. It is washed by the Atlantic
Ocean in the north-west, north and south-west and separated from
Europe by the North Sea in the east and by the English Channel
in the south. The Strait of Dover or Pas de Calais is the
narrowest part of the Channel. The North Sea and the English
Channel are often called "the narrow seas"; they are not deep
but are frequently rough.
In the west the
Irish Sea and the North Channel separate the UK from Ireland.
The seas around Britain provide exceptionally good fishing
grounds. The country has many bays favourable for shipping. In
their shelter are Britain’s main ports such as London,
Liverpool, Glasgow, Hull and others.
One will not find
very high mountains or large plains in Great Britain. Everything
occupies very little place. Nature, it seems, has carefully
adapted things to the size of the island itself. The highest
mountain is Ben Nevis in Scotland, 4,406 feet high. The longest
river is the Severn in England.
The population of
the United Kingdom is over 57 million people. Foreigners often
call British people "English", but the Scots, the Irish and the
Welsh do not consider themselves to be English. The English are
Anglo-Saxon in origin, but the Welsh, the Scots and the Irish
are Celts, descendants of the ancient people, who crossed over
from Europe centuries before the Norman Invasion. It was this
people, whom the Germanic Angles and Saxons conquered in the 5th
and 6th centuries AD. These Germanic conquerors gave England its
name — "Angle" land. They were
conquered in their turn by the Norman French, when William the
Conqueror of Normandy landed near Hastings in 1066. It was from
the union of Norman conquerors and the defeated Anglo-Saxons
that the English people and the English language were born.
The official
language of the United Kingdom is English. But in western
Scotland some people still speak Gaelic and in northern and
central parts of Wales people often speak Welsh.
The UK is a
highly developed industrial country. It is known as one of the
worlds largest producers and exporters of machinery,
electronics» textile» aircraft, and navigation equipment. One of
the chief industries of the country is shipbuilding.
The UK is a
constitutional monarchy. In law, Head of the State is Queen. In
practice, the country is ruled by the elected government with
the Prime Minister at the head. The British Parliament consists
of two chambers: the House of Lords and the House of Commons.
There are three
main political parties in Great Britain: the Labour, the
Conservative and the Liberal parties.
The flag of the
United Kingdom, known as the Union Jack, is made up of three
crosses. The big red cross is the cross of Saint George, the
patron saint of England. The white cross is the cross of Saint
Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland.
The red diagonal cross is the cross of Saint Patrick, the patron
saint of Ireland.

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ire­land (the UK) is the official name of the state.  It consists of four countries which are England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The capital is London. The UK is an island state. The two main islands are Great Britain and Ireland. The UK is separated from the continent by the English Channel and the Strait of Dover. Everyone who was born in Britain is British. Everyone in the UK speaks English but they all speak it differently. The flag of the United Kingdom is known as the Union Jack.

Напишите краткий пересказ текста "The reader of books"

He came into the room to shut the windows while we were still in bed and Isaw he looked ill. He was shivering, his face was white, and he walkedslowly as though it ached to move.’What’s the matter, Chats?’’I’ve got a headache.’’You better go back to bed.’’No, I’m all right.’’You go to bed. I’ll see you when I’m dressed.’But when I came downstairs he was dressed, sitting by the fire, looking avery sick and miserable boy of nine years. When I put my hand on hisforehead I knew he had a fever.’You go up to bed,’ I said, ’you’re sick.’’I’m all right,’ he said. When the doctor came he took the boy’s temperature.’What is it?’ I asked him.’One hundred and two.’Downstairs, the doctor left three different medicines in different coloredcapsules with instructions for giving them. One was to bring down the fever, another a purgative, the third to overcome an acid condition. The germs ofinfluenza can only exist in an acid condition, he explained. He seemed toknow all about influenza and said there was nothing to worry about if thefever did not go above one hundred and four degrees. This was a lightepidemic of flu and there was no danger if you avoided pneumonia. Back in the room I wrote the boy’s temperature down and made a note ofthe time to give the various capsules.’Do you want me to read to you?’’All right. If you want to,’ said the boy. His face was very white and therewere dark areas under his eyes. He lay still in bed and seemed verydetached from what was going on. I read aloud from Howard Pyle’s Book of Pirates; but I could see he was notfollowing what I was reading.’How do you feel, Schatz?’ I asked him.’Just the same, so far,’ he said. I sat at the foot of the bed and read to myself while I waited for it to be timeto give another capsule. It would have been natural for him to go to sleep, but when I looked up he was looking at the foot of the bed, looking verystrangely.’Why don’t you try to go to sleep? I’ll wake you up for the medicine.’’I’d rather stay awake.’After a while he said to me, ’You don’t have to stay here with me, Papa, if itbothers you.’’It doesn’t bother me.’’No, I mean you don’t have to stay if it’s going to bother you.’I thought perhaps he was a little light-headed and after giving him theprescribed capsule at eleven o’clock I went out for a while. It was a bright, cold day, the ground covered with a sleet that had frozen sothat it seemed as if all the bare trees, the bushes, the cut brush and all thegrass and the bare ground had been varnished with ice. I took the youngIrish setter for a little walk up the road and along a frozen creek, but it wasdifficult to stand or walk on the glassy surface and the red dog slipped andslithered and fell twice, hard, once dropping my gun and having it slide overthe ice. We flushed a covey of quail under a high clay bank with overhanging brushand killed two as they went out of sight over the top of the bank. Some ofthe covey 55 lit the trees, but most of them scattered into brush piles and it wasnecessary to jump on the ice-coated mounds of brush several times beforethey would flush. Coming out while you were poised unsteadily on the icy, springy brush they made difficult shooting and killed two, missed five, andstarted back pleased to have found a covey close to the house and happythere were so many left to find on another day. At the house they said the boy had refused to let anyone come into theroom.’You can’t come in,’ he said. ’You mustn’t get what I have.’I went up to him and found him in exactly the position I had left him, white65faced, but with the tops of his cheeks flushed by the fever, staring still, ashe had stared, at the foot of the bed. I took his temperature.’What is it?’’Something like a hundred,’ I said. It was one hundred and two and fourtenth.’It was a hundred and two,’ he said.’Who said so?’’The doctor.’’Your temperature isНа голосовании 

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The kidnapper of children, disgusting, evil dwarf-hunchback Rumplestiltskin lay on the bottom of the sea, a damn good witch, from the 15th century to the present day. His, turned into a greenish stone, buys in an antique store widow killed by a gangster policeman, the remaining one with a baby-son. The saleswoman look like a witch, said that the stone grants the wishes. Rumplestiltskin fulfills a woman’s desire and enlivens her husband. But the fulfillment of desires has removed the spell and the dwarf wants to get paid - her child.