№118 по английскому языку за 11 класс Н.В. Юхнель, Е.Г. Наумова, Н.В. Демченко
авторы: Н.В. Юхнель, Е.Г. Наумова, Н.В. Демченко
Учебник по английскому языку 11 класс Н.В. Юхнель. Страница 118
She did a Diploma of Education at Melbourne University, graduating in 1999 as an Australian history and drama teacher.
Kimberly remembers that she had a "most remarkable" group of boys in 2003 when an excursion led them to ... Melbourne Immigration Museum. She stood for ... moment alone, dreaming of ... stories around her. And when she asked ... boys to write about what it means to be Australian, she knew their words would change her life.
They wrote of the "power, belief and culture" in a "strong nation which thrives on ... confidence and ... opportunity".
"Australia is ... land of hope and where every Australian citizen is proud to call their land home," concluded an essay by Brendan Mason.
"I've been back to the United States twice," Kimberly says.
"And the last time I was there at Christmas last year, all I wanted was to be back home." And I realised home was Australia.
Many of ... young men who were boys in the Year 9 class of 2003 returned to the Melbourne Immigration Museum to see their teacher become an Australian citizen at ... ceremony held on Australian Citizenship Day, 17 September 2006.
c) © Listen and check yourselves.
3 a) Read some general rules for using articles in English. Find
examples of each rule in the text in ex. 3b.
Indefinite article: a / an
Definite article: the
1. Don't use articles with most proper nouns. Mind the exceptions.
2. Don't use the indefinite article with plurals or uncountable nouns.
3. Use the indefinite article to introduce new information.
4. Use the definite article to refer to specific things which have already been mentioned.
5. Use the definite article to refer to things that you know the listener or hearer can identify.
What other rules on pages 319-324 do the missing articles (in ex. 2b) illustrate?