8:10 time is it.
Tom and Mary live in England. They both work in London, but they don't live there. Mary works in a hotel and Tom drives a taxi. They both enjoy their jobs, because they meet a lot of people. They live in a very nice house, but they want to move. We like our jobs, Mary says but we have to travel to London every day. It takes a long time and it costs a lot of money. Mary wants to buy a house in London, but houses there cost a lot, too.
Here we practise The Present Simple Tense.
1 Merlin created/made a contest to see who
could pull the sword from the stone.
2 People believed he had magical/huge powers.
3 There are a lot of special/fascinating figures in
4 Fashion fads/hits don't last very long.
5 Avatar is a computer-generated/fiction film.
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boss to us: don't send the invoice by fax. 3. the sales manager to me: look through the price lists carefully! 4. the managing director to a subordinate: clarify the details of the contract immediately.
этому тексту a. weather happens in the atmosphere ['astmasfio], or in the air between the earth and space, which consists (is made up) of a few layers (see the picture). the atmosphere is different and can behave in different ways. the higher from the earth, the colder the air and the lower the pressure is, as there are fewer molecules ['mdlikjuilz] of oxygen and other gases. b. the simplest
explanation of weather is that it is the condition (состояние) of atmosphere at a definite time and place on the earth. it can be hot or cold, wet or dry, calm or stormy, clear or cloudy. this condition is influenced by a number of atmospheric [^tmos'fenk] factors, such as air pressure, temperature ['tempritjo], humidity, precipitation. c. temperature is how hot or cold something is, for example
the atmosphere or the sea. temperature is measured ['тезэё] in degrees celsius (centigrade) or fahrenheit. form of precipitation is rain, snow, hail, sleet, drizzle, fog, mist. -v e. the air around us is never com- ■ pletely dry. it is usually moist. that means that it contains (содержит) water in the form of vapour. humidity is the amount of water vapour in the atmosphere. humidity is
measured as a percentage [po'sentid3]. 100% humidity is the point (точка) where the air can hold no more water vapour. k. atmospheric pressure is the weight of air on the earth's surface. pressure is shown on a weather map with lines called isobars ['aisaobaiz]. warm air is lighter than cold air, cold air is heavier than warm air. low pressure near the earth's surface occurs when air is warm and rises.
high pressure occurs when nir becomes colder and falls. when the sun shines, the earth's surface is heated. the sun heats the earth unevenly (неровно) and influences the ntmosphere. warm and cool air move and change air pressure. the movement of air around the earth from high pressure to low pressure, of the cold and warm air brings about winds. ii. the sun also heats the water which is on the earth
in l i vers, lakes, seas, oceans, and in the upper layer of the ground. it evaporates and water vapour rises into atmosphere making it humid. i. when the vapour rises higher and mixes with the cold air, it turns into small water droplets and forms clouds. in other words, water vapour condenses out of the air. when the little droplets run into each other because of the wind, larger drops grow, and start
falling on the ground because the air can't hold them any more. when clouds rise higher, the water in them freezes and turns into little balls of ice, which may fall like hail or snow on the ground some time later. the water in the clouds can freeze and turn into ice crys tals and fall like snowflakes on the ground. буду ответ на вопрос должен быть с предложений