A HAT FROM A STREET MARKET (Part 1)

 

Bernardo lives in Rome.
He likes hats.
One day he is at a street market
near the Colosseum.

Suddenly, he stops.
“I like that hat!” he says.
Bernardo buys the hat.
“I can put it in a bag for you,” the woman says.
“No, it’s OK,” Bernardo says. “I can wear it.
Put my old hat in the bag, please.”

Bernardo arrives home.
“Hello, Natalie,” he says to his wife.
“Do you like my new hat?”

 

FILL IN THE BLANKS

Bernardo ____________________in Rome.
He ____________________hats.
One day he is at ____________________near ____________________.

____________________, he stops.
“I ____________________that hat!” he says.
Bernardo____________________the hat.

“I can ____________________it in a bag for you,” the woman says.
“No, it’s OK,” Bernardo says. “I can ____________________it.
____________________my old hat in ____________________, please.”

Bernardo ____________________home.
“Hello, Natalie,” he says to his ____________________.
“Do you ____________________my new  ____________________?”

 

VOCABULARY

 

 

 

 

 

 

arrive [ə’raɪv] v. приезжать: to arrive home приехать / вернуться домой

buy [baɪ] (boughtbought [bɔːt]) v. покупать

Colosseum [ˌkɔlə’siːəm] / Coliseum [ˌkɔlə’siːəm] Колизей (в Риме)

market [‘mɑːkɪt] базар, рынок: a street market рынок на открытом воздухе, уличный рынок

put [put] (putput) v. класть: to put a hat in a bag положить шляпу в пакет; Put my old hat in the bag. Упакуйте мою старую шляпу.

wear [weə] (wore [wɔː] – worn [wɔːn]) v. носить; надевать: I can wear it. Я могу её надеть (сейчас).

 

 

ШЛЯПА С УЛИЧНОГО РЫНКА (Часть 1)
Видео-словарь, упражнение на заполнение пропусков.
Для начального уровня владения английским языком.

 

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