№274 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 274
Law-abiding ['lo: a'baidii]] - respectful of the law and obeying it. Materialistic [ma^iaria'listik] - concerned only with money and possessions rather than things of the mind such as art, religion, or moral beliefs. Modest ['modist] syn. not proud - a modest person does not like to talk about themselves, their achievements, or their abilities, even if they are successful. Multilingual ^mAlti'lirjgwal] - able to speak several different languages well.
Open-minded [^upan'maindid] - willing to consider ideas and
opinions that are new or different to your own. Passive ['passiv] - someone who is passive tends to accept things that happen to them or things that people say to them, without taking any action Polite [ps'lait] - having or showing behaviour that is respectful
and considerate of other people. Practical ['prasktik(3)l] - 1. sensible and realistic in their ap-proach to a situation or problem; 2. able to make repairs or do things with your hands in a skilful way. Progressive [prau'gresiv] - supporting new or modern ideas
and methods, especially in politics and education. Respectful [ri'spektf(3)l] - feeling or showing respect. Shallow ['Jaelau] - not interested in serious ideas, strong feelings, or other important things. Straightforward [^streit'foiwsd] - honest about your feelings
or opinions and not hiding anything. Submissive [sab'misiv] - always willing to obey someone and never disagreeing with them, even if they are unkind to you.
Tolerant ['tDlarant] - willing to accept someone else's beliefs, way of life, etc. without criticizing them, even if you disagree with them.
4 i) Read the article and say what made the author unhappy and why the author decided to write this article.
Recently I was reading a brand new guide to the UK, published in another country and ended up wondering where they did their research. I just couldn't recognise my country from what they said.