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English Lesson 29

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Lekcja 29

 

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as ... as - tak, taki ... jak

       

not as ... as - nie tak ... jak, nie taki ... jak

 

not so ... as - nie taki ... jak

 

                                Thames - Tamiza                      Spain - Hiszpania

 

Is the table as high as the door ?

No, the table isn't as high as the door, but it's lower than the door.

 

Is this building as high as Mount Everest ?

No, this building isn't as high as Mount Everest, but it's lower than Mount Everest.

 

Is the river Thames as long as the Nile ?

No, rhe river Thames isn't as long as the Nile, but it's shorter than the Nile.

 

Is Spain as large as South America ?

No, Spain isn't as large as South America, but it's smaller than South America.

 

 

season - pora roku

 

Spring - wiosna             Summer - lato              Autumn - jesień                Winter - zima

 

Tell me the names of the four seasons of the year, please !

The names of the four seasons of the year are Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.

 

What season are we in now ?   We're in Summer now.

 

What was last season ?   Last season was Spring.

 

What will next season be?   Next season will be Autumn.

 

 

precede - poprzedzać                                follow - następować

 

 

Which day precedes Wednesday ?   Tuesday precedes Wednesday.

Does Thursday precede Wednesday ?   No, Thursday doesn't precede Wednesday, but it follows it.

 

Which number follows the number thirteen?   Fourteen follows the number thirteen ?

 

Do the pupils precede the teacher out of the classroom after the lesson ?

No, the pupils don't precede the teacher out of the classroom after the lesson, but they follow him/her.

 

Does the teacher precede the pupils into the classroom before the lesson ?

No, the teacher doesn't precede the pupils into the classroom before the lesson, but he/she follows them.

 

 

start - zacząć                         tree - drzewo                       voice - głos

 

 war - wojna                         almost - prawie                     when - kiedy

 

 

When do you have your breakfast ?   I have my breakfast at seven o'clock.

 

When does the lesson begin ?   The lesson begins at eight o'clock.

 

When do you get up in the morning ?   I get up at six o'clock in the morning.

 

 

old - stary                     new - nowy

 

 

Is this an old building we're in at the moment ?  

Yes, this is an old building we're in at the moment.   No, this isn't an old building we're in at the moment.

 

Are your shoes new ?  

Yes, my shoes are new.   No, my shoes aren't new, but they're old.

 

 

older ... than - starszy niż                          newer ... than - nowszy niż

 

 

Is your shirt ( or blouse ..) older than your shoes ?

No, my shirt isn't older than my shoes, but it's newer than my shoes.

 

 

the oldest - najstarszy                                 the newest - najnowszy

 

 

What's the newest thing you're wearing ?   My blouse is the newest thing I'm wearing.

 

 

old - stary                         young - młody                         whereas - podczas gdy, natomiast

 

 

What's the difference between new and young ?

The difference between new and young is that new we use for things, whereas young we use for people.

 

Is Miss Brown an old woman ?   No, Miss Brown isn't an old woman, but she's a young girl.

 

 

younger ... than - młodszy niż

 

 

Are you older than your mother ?

No, I'm not older than my mother, but I'm younger than my mother.

 

 

the youngest - najmłodszy

 

 

Who's the youngest in your family ?   My brother is the youngest in my family.

 

 

put ... on - włożyć                           take ... off - zdjąć

 

 

What am I doing ?   You're putting your hand on the table.

What am I doing ?   You're taking your hand off the table.

What am I doing ?   You're putting your hat on the head.

What am I doing ?   You're taking your hat off the head.

 

What do we put on when we go out in Winter ?

We put our hats and coats on when we go out in Winter.

 

What do we take off when we come into a building ?

We take our hats and coats off when we come into a building.

 

 

 

DICTATION

 

There isn't anybody here, / but there's somebody / in the corridor. / He hasn't / the same colour hair /

as I have. / His is a diffrent colour. / Their heads are moving / up and down. / Master Brown's tie / is grey. /

We call this / a map. / Learning English grammar / is easy, / Spanish is difficult. / They go home /

by car or by train, / but not by bus. / My mother and father / have three children.

 

 

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