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Леонид vs Александр - Синтагмирование - Bill

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/ - удлинение финального гласного звука
| - пауза краткая (как обычно на запятой)
|| - пауза долгая (как обычно на точке)


While Bill was still at school, he used to earn some money by delivering newspapers, but when he left school, he was ready to get himself a proper job. “I'll work in a bank,” he said to himself, “because my uncle has always worked in one.”

He went to his aunt and said, “I think that the work is easy. Uncle Bob can do it, so I can.” His aunt smiled, but did not say anything.

When Bill's uncle came home that evening, his wife told him that Bill wanted to work in a bank, and his uncle said, “That's a good idea, but there are no jobs in my bank just now.”

So Bill went to several other banks and asked for a job, and in the end he got one. “You may work here for a month,” the manager said, “and if you're good enough, you can stay after that. You'll work with Mr Unwin for the first month. He'll take you round and train you, and report to me about you.”

Mr Unwin was one of the other clerks in the bank, and he had been there for many years. He took Bill round the bank, and Bill learned a lot of things from him. Some of these lessons were not easy.

Then one day Mr Unwin gave Bill some one pound notes. “Count these,” he ordered him. “There ought to be one hundred there. If there aren't, tell me. And try not to make any mistakes.”

Bill sat down by Mr Unwin and began to count the notes. But he was lazy, and when he had counted half of them, he became tired. “Fifty-one, fifty-two, fifty-three,” he said, and then he stopped, looked at Mr Unwin and pointed at the notes.

“Well,” he said, “if they're correct up to here, they'll all be correct, won't they?”


2018/12/31 01:30 · schyuri · 1 Comment

Владимир vs Алексей К. - Синтагмирование - Mrs Robinson

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/ - удлинение финального звука вместо паузы между синтагмами
| - пауза краткая (как обычно на запятой)
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Mr Robinson died, and after that only Mrs Robinson lived in their small house. She was very old.

Her son John lived with his wife and child in another street, and he often said to his mother, “You must come and live with us,” but she always answered, “No, I'm very happy in my little house, and I don't want to leave it.”

At eight o'clock one morning the old woman telephoned her son and said, “Please come to my house.” Then she put the phone down.

John's wife said, “Who was that?”

“It was Mother,” he answered.

“What did she want?”

“She wants me. Perhaps she's ill. I'll take the car and go to work from her house.” He took his car out and drove to his mother's house quickly.

When the old woman opened the door, her son said, “What's the matter. Mother?”

“Come in,” she answered. “There's a thief in one of my cupboards.”

“A thief in one of your cupboards?” said John. “When did you find him?”

“I heard noises in a cupboard yesterday evening,” she answered.

“Which one?” John asked quietly. They were in the diningroom now.

“That one,” the old woman answered.

“Why didn't you telephone me then?” John asked.

“Because it was late, and I didn't want to trouble you,” she answered.

2018/12/31 01:27 · schyuri · 5 Comments

Алёша vs Данил - Синтагмирование - Mr Anderson

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| - пауза краткая (как обычно на запятой)
|| - пауза долгая (как обычно на точке)


Mr Anderson lives in a big city in America, and last year he came to England to visit the small town which his father had come from.
There was a big, square garden in this town, and one day, while Mr Anderson was walking past, he stopped outside it and looked in. There was beautiful grass in the middle of the garden. It was green and short and soft.
A gardener was watering it, and Mr Anderson said to him, “Good morning. Is this your garden?”
“No,” answered the gardener, “it isn't mine, but I work here.”
“How do people get such beautiful lawns?” Mr Anderson asked. “Ours are never as good as this.”
The gardener stopped his work and looked at Mr Anderson. Then he said, “You come from America, don't you?”
Mr Anderson answered, “Yes, but my father came from this town.”
“Well,” the gardener said, “it's easy to grow lawns like this.” He asked Mr Anderson to come in, and said, “Let me tell you about it.”
Mr Anderson went into the garden. “My name's Anderson,” he said to the gardener, “Joe Anderson. What's yours?”
“My name's Gray,” the gardener answered, “Pete Gray. Now about the lawns. First we sow our seeds; then when the grass appears, we pull all the weeds out; after that, we cut the grass every week, we water it every day when the weather is very dry during the summer season, and we sometimes roll it.”
“Oh,” Mr Anderson answered, “that's very interesting, Pete. And how long does it take before the lawn becomes like this?”
The gardener thought for a few moments and then answered, “Oh, about four hundred years.”

2018/12/31 01:10 · schyuri · 13 Comments

Владимир vs Виталя - Синтагмирование - Petrol

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There is not enough petrol in the world for everybody now, and each year there is less, so what are we going to do when it finishes? Perhaps we will go back to horses and carriages and bicycles.

In the Second World War, some people did not use petrol in their cars. They made gas from wood and plants instead, and then they put it in big bags on top of their cars. The cars did not go fast, but it was better than nothing. But we cannot cut down all our trees to make gas; we need them for other things too.

Besides gas, we can also use electricity for our cars, but first we must make the electricity! Some countries have coal, and they make electricity with that, but we will not always have coal. Other countries have big, strong rivers, and these turn turbines and make electricity more easily and cheaply.

We are also able to get power from the tides. We put turbines in the mouth of a river. Then, when the tide comes up, it turns the turbines, and when it runs back towards the sea, it turns them again. And we know that the waves of the sea can also turn turbines when they go up and down.

Which of all these things will make our electricity in the year 2000?

2017/07/18 22:40 · schyuri · 11 Comments

Алеша vs Владимир - Синтагмирование - A Birthday Present

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Derek was a little boy. He lived with his parents in a small house in a town. They did not have a big garden. Derek liked animals very much. One day he said to his father, “I've got a little money, Daddy. Can I buy a pony, please?” But his father answered, “No, Derek, we can't have a pony in the garden, because it's too small and we haven't got a field. People who keep ponies in small gardens without a field are unkind. Ponies need a lot of space.” Derek did not want to be unkind to a pony, so he did not ask his father again.
But then his father got a job in another place, and he and his family left their small house in the town and went and lived in a bigger house in the country. It had a nice garden and a field, and Derek was very happy. There was a farm near their new house, and there were horses, cows and a few sheep there. Derek went to see them every day. He was five years old now, and he began to think of a pony again. “My birthday is next month,” he thought. “Perhaps Daddy will buy me a pony then.” After a little time, he began to talk about ponies to his parents again. Then his birthday came. His parents gave him a few nice presents — but there was no pony. Derek was sad. But then suddenly his Uncle Tom arrived. He was a farmer — and he had a big pony with him. “Hello, Derek,” Uncle Tom said, “Happy birthday. This is your birthday present from me and Aunt Mary.” Derek was a little afraid, because the pony was very big. He looked at it for a few minutes and then he said to his uncle, “Is he for me, or am I for him?”

2017/07/13 10:56 · schyuri · 23 Comments

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