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Lesson 4. HWUpI. Nothing but the truth.

Nothing but the truth. Lesson 4

Questions and negatives: Who gave you that? Haven’t I told you before? Who with?
I don’t think you're right. I hope not.
Spoken English: The question How come? How come you don’t eat meat? p36
Prefixes: disbelief, incredible, improbable Antonyms in context successful/failure generous/meanness p42
‘Diana and Elvis shot JFK!’ - three of the world’s most popular conspiracy theories (jigsaw) p38





admit ədˈmɪt  признавать
anti-social ˈænti-ˈsəʊʃəl  антиобщественный
appear əˈpɪə  появиться
arbitrary ˈɑːbɪtrəri  произвольный
array əˈreɪ  массив
atheist ˈeɪθɪɪst  атеист
authentic ɔːˈθɛntɪk  аутентичный
bearable ˈbeərəbl  терпимый
believable bɪˈliːvəbl  правдоподобно
blissful ˈblɪsfʊl  блаженный
Bon appetit! Bon appetit! Приятного аппетита!
breathtaking ˈbrɛθˌteɪkɪŋ  захватывающий
breeds briːdz  породы
breeze briːz  ветер
brightest ˈbraɪtɪst  яркий
bungee jumping ˈbʌnʤi ˈʤʌmpɪŋ  прыжки с тарзанки
conceal kənˈsiːl  скрывать
conspiracy theory kənˈspɪrəsi ˈθɪəri  теория заговора
credible ˈkrɛdəbl  заслуживающий доверия
diehard ˈdaɪhɑːd  живучи
dyslexic dyslexic  дислексический
elaborate ɪˈlæbərɪt  разрабатывать
encourage ɪnˈkʌrɪʤ  поощрять
fair feə  Справедливая
fake feɪk  не настоящие
faked feɪkt  фальшивый
farce fɑːs  фарс
fed up fɛd ʌp  надоело
fiendish ˈfiːndɪʃ  дьявольский
fluttering ˈflʌtərɪŋ  колебание
footsteps ˈfʊtstɛps  шаги
generous ˈʤɛnərəs  щедрый
genuine ˈʤɛnjʊɪn  подлинный
geological analysis ʤɪəˈlɒʤɪkəl əˈnæləsɪs  геологический анализ
give (somebody) a lift gɪv (ˈsʌmbədi) ə lɪft дать (кому) лифт
guilty ˈgɪlti  виновный
happiness ˈhæpɪnɪs  счастье
hard hɑːd  жесткий
hatched hæʧt  вылупились
haunted ˈhɔːntɪd  часто посещаемый
hoax həʊks  обман
hurt feelings hɜːt ˈfiːlɪŋz  задеть чувства
hypotheses haɪˈpɒθɪsiːz  гипотезы
implausible implausible  неправдоподобно
improve ɪmˈpruːv  улучшать
insomniac insomniac  страдающий бессонницей
Internet ˈɪntəˌnɛt  интернет
intrusions ɪnˈtruːʒənz  интрузии
isolation ˌaɪsəʊˈleɪʃən  изоляция
it suits you ɪt sjuːts juː  тебе идет
jazz ʤæz  джаз
judge ˈʤʌʤ  судья
justified ˈʤʌstɪfaɪd  оправданный
kind kaɪnd  своего рода
legal ˈliːgəl  правовой
light laɪt  легкий
like laɪk  как
live lɪv  жить
loathe ləʊð  чувствовать отвращение
lousy ˈlaʊzi  паршивый
mature məˈtjʊə  зрелый
media ˈmɛdɪə  СМИ
MP ɛm-piː  член парламента
mundane ˈmʌndeɪn  мирской
NASA ˈnæsə  НАСА
naturist ˈneɪʧərɪst  нудист
pacifist ˈpæsɪfɪst  пацифист
paranoia ˌpærəˈnɔɪə  паранойя
plausible ˈplɔːzəbl  правдоподобный
polite pəˈlaɪt  вежливый
politician ˌpɒlɪˈtɪʃən  политик
private life ˈpraɪvɪt laɪf  частная жизнь
probable ˈprɒbəbl  вероятный
real rɪəl  реальный
responsible rɪsˈpɒnsəbl  ответственность
ridiculous rɪˈdɪkjʊləs  смешной
roasted ˈrəʊstɪd  жареный
rumours ˈruːməz  слухи
safe seɪf  безопасно
satellite ˈsætəlaɪt  спутник
video ˈvɪdɪəʊ  видео
conferencing ˈkɒnfərənsɪŋ  конференц-связь
scalding ˈskɔːldɪŋ  обжигающий
secret ˈsiːkrɪt  секрет
shadows ˈʃædəʊz  тени
sincere sɪnˈsɪə  искренний
single ˈsɪŋgl  Один
sparkling ˈspɑːklɪŋ  сверкающий
squashed skwɒʃt  раздавленный
still stɪl  все еще
stranded ˈstrændɪd  скрученный
stunning ˈstʌnɪŋ  оглушающий
tampered ˈtæmpəd  подделан
teetotaller tiːˈtəʊtlə  трезвенник
thick θɪk  толстый
tiny ˈtaɪni  крошечный
tough tʌf  жесткий
treasure ˈtrɛʒə  сокровище
tropical ˈtrɒpɪkəl  тропический
UFO juː-ɛf-əʊ  НЛО
unanimously juˈnænɪməsli  единогласно
unemployed ˌʌnɪmˈplɔɪd  безработные
unsuspecting ˌʌnsəsˈpɛktɪŋ  не подозревающий
urgent ˈɜːʤənt  срочный
useless ˈjuːslɪs  бесполезный
vegan ˈviːgən  вегетарианский
vegetarian ˌvɛʤɪˈteərɪən  вегетарианец
white lie waɪt laɪ  ложь во спасение
widespread ˈwaɪdsprɛd широко распространен




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I Never Loved You Anyway


You bored me with your stories
I can't believe that I endured you for as long as I did
I'm happy it's over, I'm only sorry
That I didn't make the move before you

And when you go I will remember
To send a thank you note to that girl
I see she's holding you so tender
Well I just wanna say

I never really loved you anyway
No I didn't love you anyway
I never really loved you anyway
I'm so glad you're moving away

Valentino I don't think so
You watching MTV while I lie dreaming in an MT bed
And come to think of it
I was misled
My flat my food my everything
And thoughts inside my head

Before you go I must remember
To have a quiet word with that girl
Does she know you're not a spender
Well l just have to say

I never really loved you anyway
No I didn't love you anyway
I never really loved you anyway
I'm so happy you're moving away
Yeah, I am
Yeah, I am

And when you go I will remember
I must remember to say

I never really loved you anyway
No I didn't love you anyway
I never really loved you anyway
I never really loved you anyway
No, I didn't love you anyway
Never truly loved you anyway
I'm so happy you're moving away
Yeah, I'm delighted you're moving away

I Never Loved You Anyway


Вы мне надоели с вашими историями
Я не могу поверить, что я перенес вас так долго, как я делал
Я рад, что все кончено, я только жаль
То, что я не стал двигаться, прежде чем вы

И когда ты уйдешь, я буду помнить
Чтобы отправить благодарю вас, обратите внимание на то, что девушка
Я вижу, она держит тебя так нежно
Ну, я просто хочу сказать, что

Я никогда не любила тебя все равно
Нет, я не люблю тебя в любом случае
Я никогда не любила тебя все равно
Я так рада, что ты отодвигаясь

Валентино я так не думаю
Вы на MTV, а я лежу и сплю в MT кровать
И если подумать
Я был введен в заблуждение
Моя квартира мне еду, меня все
И мысли в моей голове

Прежде чем вы уйдете, я должен помнить,
Чтобы перемолвиться словечком с девушкой
Она знает, что ты не транжира
Ну l просто должен сказать

Я никогда не любила тебя все равно
Нет, я не люблю тебя в любом случае
Я никогда не любила тебя все равно
Я так счастлива, что ты отодвигаясь
Да, я
Да, я

И когда ты уйдешь, я буду помнить
Я должен помнить, чтобы сказать,

Я никогда не любила тебя все равно
Нет, я не люблю тебя в любом случае
Я никогда не любила тебя все равно
Я никогда не любила тебя все равно
Нет, я не люблю тебя в любом случае
Никогда по-настоящему любил тебя все равно
Я так счастлива, что ты отодвигаясь
Да, я рад, что ты отодвигаясь

 

 

 

 

Tapescripts:

 

T 4.1

 

 

1 Oh dear! It’s not that I dislike him, I just don’t love him. How can I tell him 1 don’t want to marry him without hurting his feelings? Trouble is, I actually fancy his best friend!
2 There’s this group of lads you see - they’re always chasing me and I don’t think it’s for fun. But I can’t tell my mum and dad - if they find out, they'll go to the head teacher and complain and that would make everything much worse.
3 How do you tell someone when they look awful? That dress doesn't suit her at all. But I don’t know how to tell her. She obviously thinks she looks great in it.
4 Me and Emma are going clubbing, but I daren't tell my Dad - he’d kill me. I’ve got an important exam next week and I haven’t done a thing for it.
I haven’t a clue when I’ll be back.
5 I know I’m not really ill. But it’s a beautiful day and I don’t want to sit in a stuffy office all day.
I’m off to play golf. I never have days off usually.
6 I don’t care who it is. I had a late night and I feel really rough this morning. Tell them I’m in an important meeting and I don’t want be disturbed at the moment.

 

T 4.2


1 Who did she give it to?
2 What do you want to have a word about?
3 Who did you dance with?
4 What do you need it for?
5 Who did you get it from?
6 Who did you buy it for?
7 What are you thinking about?
8 Where do you want a lift to?

 

 

 T 4.4

1    A Don't you like ice-cream?

В No. I know it’s weird, but I never have done. Not even vanilla.

2    A Don’t you like learning English?

В No, actually, 1 don’t. I think it’s really difficult.

3    A Don’t you like your neighbours?

В Well, they’re all right, but they make a lot of noise.

4    A Haven’t you ever been abroad?

В Not really. 1 went to Scotland once, but that’s not really abroad, is it?

5    A Haven’t you got a TV at home?

В No. We must be the only people in the whole world without a telly.

6    A Isn’t it Tuesday today?

В Yeap. It follows on from Monday.

7    A Isn't this your pen?

В No, it isn’t, actually. Mine's blue. That’s black.

8    A Didn’t you go to the States last year?

В You bet. All down the east coast from Boston to Florida.

9    A Aren't you going to the races next weekend?

В Uh huh. And 1 bet I'll lose a fortune. Hey ho!

 

T 4.5

My mate Norman
Part one
My mate Norman’s a funny guy. He’s an insomniac, he’s dyslexic, and he’s an atheist. He’s single, unemployed, and lives all alone in a tiny one- roomed flat without even a pet for company. Also he’s vegetarian and teetotal. He’s -er pretty anti¬social, actually.
Part two
I went round to see him last Sunday. As I walked up the drive, his dog started barking. His wife answered the door, and she called for Norman to come downstairs and join us in the living room. He was in a bad mood because he'd overslept that morning and he’d been late for church. He also had a bit of an hangover, which he told me was the result of a wild party that they’d had at his house the night before. All his friends from his office were there. They’d had a barbecue in the garden with steaks and burgers. One of his favourite pastimes is doing crosswords, and while he was talking to me, he was doing one of those big puzzles from the newspaper.
‘So how are you, Norman?’ I asked him.
‘КО, mate, КО. How about you?’
Anyway, as I said, Norman’s an insomniac, dyslexic, atheist. So the joke is that he lies awake all night wondering about the existence of dog. Get it?

 

T 4.6
My most memorable lie
1 Andrew
Well, one lie I can remember from when 1 was younger was when, with a friend in the basement of my house, we were playing pool, 'cos we had a pool table down there, and decided to smoke our first cigarettes, these fantastic gold-filtered cigarettes, I remember - quite expensive - and halfway through the second or third cigarette, my dad came home, who was very anti-smoking, and we stubbed out our cigarettes and pushed them through a kind of grate underneath the window and he found them about a day later and he asked me if these, you know, if I knew what these cigarette stubs were all about, if I’d been smoking, and 1 completely denied all knowledge of these cigarettes and in fact pool, and the basement, and everything else.
2 Paul
I have one memory of regularly lying as a child and ironically it was to a priest, which sounds a bit alarming, but... erm ... 1 was brought up Catholic and from the age of seven you had to go to confession every week and confess your sins and when you’re that age,... erm ... first of all you’re not quite sure what a proper sin is, and also you just can’t remember, and every week you had to go in and, and tell the priest some sins that you’d committed, so of course it’s, it’s quite common that what you end up doing is just making things up ... erm ... you say, ‘I swore and I stole some biscuits from the pantry in the kitchen ...’ and bizarrely what you end up doing is lying to the priest so that you’ve got something to say in your confession.
3 Carolyn
I can think of a, a time recently when I had to tell a white lie which was... erm ... basically when a friend of mine got married. Erm ... it, they actually got married in America because his wife’s American, so I didn’t go to the wedding but they, they were showing me the photos and ... erm ... basically she looked absolutely awful she had a really horrible dress on that really did nothing for her figure and didn’t suit her at all and just looked much older than she really is and quite frumpy, but... erm ... yes obviously you can't say that when you see someone’s wedding pictures, so I said ‘that’s really pretty, you look really lovely’. 1 felt really horrible as a result.
4 Kiki
One lie 1 can remember telling was when I lost a necklace that my grandmother had made for me especially - it had a ‘K’ on it. And I know where I lost it, I lost it at a party because ... erm ... I was having a very good time and wasn’t taking care of it and I lied and told her it had been stolen in a robbery we had at our house. And to this day I’ve never told her what happened to it. But sometimes when she mentions things like ‘Ooh I should get you another one’,... er... it comes back to me.
5 Sean
The first lie I can really remember ... erm ... was - when I was at school. I must have been about five or six years old and I was in the playground and I was just about to get into a fight and... erm ... the only way I could think of defending myself was to say ... erm ... ‘You can’t hit me, I go to judo lessons’. Erm ... and I don’t know where it came from, I’d never done 

judo in my life and ... erm ... I wasn’t even sure what judo was, but people left me alone... erm ... because they thought 1 did judo. Erm ... but then people started to take an interest, they asked me where I went, and when the lessons were, how much they cost, and ... erm ... eventually somebody’s mother rang my mother to get details of, of these judo lessons, which was when I had to admit that it was all, it was all a lie and ... erm ... it was a bit embarrassing really.
6 Kate
I do remember... erm ... possibly the first time I, I told a lie as a child because it had some rather unpleasant consequences ... erm ... this happened when I was about... er... maybe four or five years old, and I had been ... erm ... playing with the dressing-up box that we had in our children’s playroom, which was an enormous box full of wonderful... erm ... clothes, and you could be a princess, you could be a soldier, you could be whatever, whatever you found in the dressing up box. And I was playing with our pet cat, and 1 put him in the box, and I left him there, and I shut the lid for hours and hours and hours and - 1 was four or five, 1 forgot about him - and I went off and did something else and didn’t think any more of it, and when my mother asked after the cat,... erm ... struck with horror, I lied and, and said that I hadn’t seen him, and 1 hadn’t played with him, and I probably said 'and 1 didn’t put him in the dressing-up box’ because my mother went and found him, and I do remember telling this lie because I was spanked for it.

 

T 4.7
1 A Gary’s a really successful businessman.
В Yeah, but he’s a complete failure as a family man. He never sees his children.
2 A My grandad’s so generous he gives me £20
every time I see him.
В Lucky you! My grandad’s famous for his meanness. A fiver every birthday, if he remembers.
3 A Well, Henry, I’m pleased there’s been some
improvement in your behaviour this term ... but sadly your work has got worse.
В Didn’t I do OK in the test then?
4 A You’re not going bungee-jumping! It sounds
really dangerous.
В No, honestly, it’s safe enough as long as you're careful.
5 A Our teacher is always criticizing us. I feel
useless.
В I know - it’s not fair, he should give us more encouragement if he wants us to work hard.

 

T 4.8

1 A What a boring party!

В You’re right, it wasn’t exactly an exciting evening.
2 A I don’t know about you, but I thought the
holiday was awful.
В Well, it wasn’t the most fun I’ve had.
3 A I can’t believe how mean lane is!
В Mmrnm, 1 suppose she’s not famous for her generosity.
4 A That was one helluva difficult exam! 1 couldn’t
do a thing.
В Too right, I’ve seen easier papers.

 

T 4.9
1 I’m sorry to bother you, but could you possibly change a ten-pound note?
Have you got change for a ten-pound note?
2 Where’s the station?
Could you tell me where the station is, please?
3 A This is a present for you.
В For me! Oh, how kind! You shouldn’t have, really. Thank you so much.
С This is a present for you.
D Thanks.

4 A Can you come to a party on Saturday?
В No, I can’t.
С Can you come to a party on Saturday?
D Oh, what a pity! I’m already going out, I’m afraid.
С Oh well, never mind!
D But, thanks for the invitation anyway.
5 A Excuse me! Do you mind if I sit down here?
В No, not at all.
С Is anyone sitting here?
D No.
6 A Can you give me a hand? I need to carry this box upstairs.

В OK, if you like.
С I wonder if I could possibly ask you a favour?
Would you mind helping me with this box?
D No, not at all.

 

T 4.11

1 A Do you think you could give me a lift to the station?
  В I’m terribly sorry, I can’t. I have to be at work by 8.30. I’ll order you a taxi, though.
2 A Could you possibly help me find my glasses? I can’t find them anywhere.
  В Sorry! I’m afraid I have to dash or I’ll miss the bus. I'm hopeless at finding things anyway.
3 A Hi! Listen, would you like to come round for a meal tomorrow evening? I’m cooking Chinese.

  В Oh, I’d love to, but I’m afraid I’m already going out.
  A Oh, what a shame! Another time perhaps.
4 A Would you mind lending me your dictionary? В I would if I could but I’m afraid I forgot to bring it with me today. Sorry.
5 A Hi, it’s Susan here. Could I ask you a big favour? I wonder if you could look after my dog next week? I’m going on holiday.
  В I’m terribly sorry, Susan, but I can’t. I’d love to have Molly, you know I adore dogs, but I’m going away myself for a few days.
6 A Do you happen to know where the toilet is?
  В Sorry. I'm afraid I’ve no idea. Ask the guy serving drinks, he’ll know.
7 A Would you like me to help you with this exercise? I think 1 know the answers.
  В That’s really kind of you but I want to try and work it out for myself. Thanks anyway.
8 A Excuse me. Would you mind not whistling?
  В I’m sorry. I didn’t realize I was.
  A That’s OK.

 

T 4.12
A = Anna, В = Ben, H = Henry
В Kim! Hello! Great to see you. Come on in. Let me take your coat. Kim Thanks very much. Oh, these are for you.
A What lovely flowers! How kind of you! Thank you so much. Now, I don’t think you know Henry? Let me introduce you. Henry, this is Kim.
H Hello, Kim. Nice to meet you. I’ve heard a lot about you.
Kim Oh, I hope it was all good!
H Where exactly are you from, Kim?
Kim Well, I’m Canadian. I was born in Saskatoon but I’ve been working in the US for the last couple of years.
H That’s interesting. And what are you doing in London?
Kim Work, I’m sorry to say. Actually, I’m on my way to Amsterdam for a conference, and I thought I’d stop over in London to see Anna and Ben. We used to work together in New York.
H And how do you find London, Kim? Is it like home, or is it very different?
Kim Well, it’s very different from Saskatoon and New York! I know London quite well, actually,
I always love it here.
В Now, Kim. What would you like to drink?
Kim Oh, could I have a beer? No, sorry, I’ll have a glass of red wine, if that’s OK.
В Right. I'll just get that for you.
Kim Thanks.
A Right, everybody. Dinner’s ready. Come and sit down. Kim, can you sit next to Henry?
Kim Yes, of course.
В Has everyone got a drink? Cheers, everybody!
Kim Cheers! It’s great to be here.
A Kim, help yourself. Would you like some Parmesan parsnips?
Kim Parmesan parsnips? I don’t think I’ve ever had them. What are they?
A Well, they’re parsnips coated in Parmesan cheese and roasted? Would you like to try some?
Kim Well, I’d love to but I’d better not - cheese doesn’t always agree with me.
В Another glass of wine, perhaps?
Kim No, I’m alright, thanks very much. But d’you think I could have a glass of water?
В Yes, of course. Sparkling or still?
Kim Just tap water would be fine. That’s great Thanks a lot.
A Well, bon appctit everyone!