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lexic:blog:2014-03-15-141656 [2018/04/22 23:26] (current)
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 +====== get on vs. get in vs. get off  ======
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 +{{http://e-repa.ru/listening/ESR/18/01.png?400 |}} 
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 +<poem>
 + One morning Nasreddin left his house with six donkeys to go to the market.
 + After a time, he got tired and **got on** to one of them.
 + He counted the donkeys, and there were only five, so he **got off** and went to look for the sixth.
 + He looked and looked but did not find it, so he went up to the donkeys and counted them again.
 + This time there were six, so he **got on** to one of them again and they all started.
 + After a few minutes he counted the donkeys again, and again there were only five!
 +While he was counting again a friend of his passed, and Nasreddin said to him,
 + 'I left my house with six donkeys; then I had five; then I had six again; and now I have only five!
 + Look! One, two, three, four, five.'
 + 'But, Nasreddin,' said his friend, 'You are sitting on a donkey too! That is the sixth! And you are the seventh!'
 +</poem>
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 +<color brown>**Вопрос**:</color>
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 +Какая смысловая разница между get on -:- get in -:- get off?\\
 +
 +<color brown>**Задание**:</color>
 +
 +//Заполните пропуски off/on/in//.
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 +1. I can't get ... my boots — я не могу снять сапоги\\
 +2. He couldn't get ... to sleep — он никак не мог заснуть\\
 +3. He managed to get ... — ему удалось спастись\\
 +4. He couldn't get his gloves ... — он не мог натянуть перчатки\\
 +5. He got up ... to the roof — он залез на крышу\\
 +6. The car drove up and they got ... — подъехала машина, и они сели в нее\\
 +7. I couldn't get the key ... — я не мог всунуть ключ
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 +{{tag>}}
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 +~~DISCUSSION~~
  
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