the nobel prizes are annual international awards bestowed by scandinavian committees in recognition of cultural and scientific advances. they were established by the swedish chemist alfred nobel, the inventor of dynamite. the prizes in physics, chemistry, psychology or medicine, literature and peace efforts were first awarded in 1901. the sveriges riksbank prize in economic sciences in memory of nobel was instituted in 1968. although this is not technically a nobel prize, its announcements and presentations are made along with other prizes. each nobel prize is widely regarded as the most prestigious award in its field. each laureate is presented with a gold medal, a diploma and a sum of money which depends on the nobel foundation’s income that year. the prize cannot be awarded posthumously , nor may a prize be shared among more than three people.
"any" означает "любой", "какой-либо", "всякий" (press any key. нажмите любую клавишу). также может означать "никакой"
"many" означает "много" для счетных существительных. (there is many apples on the table. на столе есть много яблок) . для несчетных существительных применяется слово "much" (i have much money. у меня много денег)
can you ( he, she, they) sing? - yes, i (he. she. they) can, but i (he. she. they) can*t.
can you ( he, she, they) dance? - yes.i (he. she. they) can, but i (he. she. they) can*t.
can you ( he, she, they) ride a bike? - yes.i (he. she. they) can,but i (he. she. they) can*t.
can you ( he, she, they) roller-skate? - yes.i (he. she. they) can, but i (he. she. they) can*t.
can you ( he, she, they) draw? - yes.i (he. she. they) can,but i (he. she. they) can*t.
в вопросе глагол can ставится на первое место, затем местоимение (я, он, она, ты, они и т.д.) или существительное (петя, аня, за ним идет смысловой глагол (писать, форма глагола can не изменяется по лицам ( к нему не нужно добавлять никаких окончаний! ) выбирай любое местоимение и списывай! все просто!
doll, window, chair, iron, sofa, cat, pupil, octopus, hand, umbrella. plate, pen, elephat, lion, onion. mouse, baby. armchair, friend, dinner, evening, computer, family, bear, ear, frog, horse, egg, snake, eagle, zebra, apple, girl, boy, mother, doctor, engineer, policeman, house, eye, table, footbal, plw, cow, rabbir, uncle, schoolbag, artist, chair, cap, aunt, tree, father, aeroplane, crocodile, bokk. pencil, child, lemon, orange, park, garden, coat, bus, afternoon, snowball, grandmother.).
gods. valentine, a christian priest, had been thrown in prison for his teachings. on february 14,valentin8 was beheaded. the night before he was executed, he wrote the jailer's daughter a farewell letter signing it, "from your valentine". another legend tells us that this same valentine, wenloved by all, wrote notes from his jail cell to children and friends who missed him. february 14 was also a roman
holiday, held in honour of a goddess. young men randomly chose the name of a young girl to escort to the festivities. st. valentine's day is now a day for sweethearts. it is the day that you show your friend or loved one that you care. you can send candy to someone you think is special. or you can send roses, the flower of love. most people send 'valentines", a greeting card named after the notes that st.
valentine wrote from jail. valentines can be sentimental, romantic and heartfelt. they can be funny and friendly. if the sender is shy, valentines can be anonymous. americans of all ages love to send and receive valentines. handmade valentines are created by cutting hearts out of coloured paper. valentines can be heait-shaped, or have hearts, the symbol of love, on them. in elementary schools, children make
valentines for their classmates and put them in a large decorated box, similar to a mailbox. on february 14, the teachers open the box and distribute the valentines to each student. after the students read their valentines, they have a small party with refreshments. you can write a short rhyme inside the heart: roses are red. violets are blue, sugar is sweet, and so are you! or you can buy valentines with
messages in them. if you are shy, you can sign it, "your secret admirer". questions. 1. what is one of the first popular symbols of st. valentine's day? 2. what did the roman emperors demand? 3. why had valentine been thrown in prison? 4. what does another legend tell us? 5. what do most people send on this day?
cooking. i can’t wait to hear from you. lots of love, jackie write back to jackie. in your letter – answer her questions about russian holidays – ask 3 questions about british holidays write 100–140 words. remember the rules of letter writing