Упражнение 9 Unit 6 Секция 3
ГДЗ English Михеева 8 класс - ответы
invite — приглашать
invitation — приглашение
arrive — прибывать
ticket — билет
expensive — дорогой (о цене, стоимости)
fantastic — фантастический, потрясающий
impress— производить впечатление
impression — впечатление
rise — подниматься
scenery — декорации
applause — аплодисменты
applaud — аплодировать
to go down/up — гаснуть/загораться (об огнях, свете)
at last — наконец
invite: to invite sb to/for sth, to invite to the theatre, to be invited to the performance. Why don’t you invite them for supper?
invitation: Nobody in the office received an invitation to the party.
arrive: to arrive in/at some place, to arrive home, to arrive at the house, to arrive in the country. They arrived in Moscow in late October.
arrival: an early arrival, on arrival, the arrival of the flight. Johnson was arrested on his arrival to New York
ticket: a cinema ticket, a theatre ticket, a lottery ticket, a match ticket; to get tickets for the game (performance, show, concert, trip); to get a train (bus, plane) ticket.
expensive: an expensive car, expensive tastes. My cousin always wears expensive clothes. The seats in the stalls were very expensive.
fantastic: a fantastic idea. It’s a fantastic performance! You’ve done a fantastic job.
impress: to impress sb. His answer impressed me. I was impressed by what he said.
impression: the first impression, to make an impression on sb. I know you want to make a good impression on everyone you meet.
rise (rose, risen): to rise in the sky, to rise up, to rise from the table. As the sun rose in the sky, it became much warmer. Bob rose up and went to the window. The plane rose in the air. Edward finished his meal and rose from the table.
scenery: (always singular, no indefinite article). They don’t use a lot of scenery in modern performances. The scenery on the stage was really wonderful.
applause: a loud applause, a storm of applause. There was a loud 239 applause at the end of the performance.
applaud: to applaud a speech, to applaud an actor. The audience laughed and applauded.
be over: The performance was over at 11 p.m. When are your classes usually over? The meeting was over and everybody went home.
go down (up): The lights went down and the performance began. The lights went up and we could see the room well
at last: They have come back at last. At last we got the answer we wanted to get.
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