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9 класс биболетова видео к учебнику – Дополнительные видеоматериалы к УМК «Enjoy English» для 5–9-х классов общеобразовательных школ (Биболетова М.З., Трубанева Н.Н., издательство «Титул»)

Дополнительные видеоматериалы к УМК "Enjoy English" для 5–9-х классов общеобразовательных школ (Биболетова М.З., Трубанева Н.Н., издательство "Титул")

Видео курсы 1 четверть

Families and Friends

2 четверть

Travelling

3 четверть 4 четверть
Welcome to English Theme F. Sequence 11. Around Sydney Theme F. Sequence 10. Looking for fossils
Theme F. Sequence 11. Around Sydney
   
Opportunities in Britain Unit 3. Breakfast. Lunch. Shopping. Eating Out.
Unit 6. Days Out.
Unit 1. Travel.
Unit 2. Religions
Unit 3. Eating Out in Oxford.
Unit 4. A New Tradition: Red Nose Day.
Unit 3. Eating at Home. Eating Out. Unit 5. Secondary School. Examinations. Higher Education. University Life.
Unit 6. Part-time Jobs. Outside the Home. Sport.
New Opportunities UK/US Friends. Holidays. Friends, p. 4.
Holidays. Special days.
  Lifestyle. Schools.
Английский язык для повседневного общения Progr. 1 – A Garden Party
Progr. 8 – A Free Holiday
Pr. 1 – Introducing Britain
Pr. 3 – An Ancient Town
Pr. 4 – Ireland. – The Emerald Island.
Pr. 5 – Wales. –  The Land of Songs.
Pr. 7 – Scotland.- Bonnie Scotland.
Pr. 8 – An English Tourist Spot – Chester
Pr.9 – The United States of America
Pr.10 – The Peak District
Pr. 5 – Back From School
Pr. 4 – A Quiet Weekend
Pr.3 – A Day in the Country
Pr. 6 – A cycling trip. Young People in Britain. Dreaming about Tomorrow
Happy English 2 Сюжеты: 11 Сюжеты: 5, 9, 10, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22 Сюжеты: 19
Сюжеты: 6
Английский язык для школьников Сюжеты: 58, 60, 61, 73, 74, 75, 78 Сюжеты: 53, 54, 65, 67, 68, 70, 89, 99 Сюжеты: 61, 62, 72, 77, 79, 80, 82 Сюжеты: 63, 64, 86
English for the Future Theme A. Sequence 1A
Theme B. Sequence 2B
Theme D. Sequence 4B
Theme B. Sequence 2A Theme B. Sequence 2A Theme A. Sequence 1B
Theme B. Sequence 2A
Theme C. Sequence 3A
Theme D. Sequence 4A, B
Theme F. Sequence 6B
Moving on in English Theme C – 3A Theme D – 4A
Theme F – 6A, B
  Theme D – 4B
A World of English   Theme C – 5, 6
Theme E – 9
  Theme F – 12

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001_-_Intro.mp3

002_-_Unit_1_Section_1_Exercise_4.mp3

003_-_Unit_1_Section_1_Exercise_5.mp3

004_-_Unit_1_Section_1_Exercise_7.mp3

005_-_Unit_1_Section_1_Exercise_16.mp3

006_-_Unit_1_Section_2_Exercise_24.mp3

007_-_Unit_1_Section_2_Exercise_34.mp3

008_-_Unit_1_Section_2_Exercise_42.mp3

009_-_Unit_1_Section_2_Exercise_49.mp3

010_-_Unit_1_Section_2_Exercise_50.mp3

011_-_Unit_1_Section_2_Exercise_51.mp3

012_-_Unit_1_Section_3_Exercise_70.mp3

013_-_Unit_1_Section_3_Exercise_74.mp3

014_-_Unit_1_Section_3_Exercise_82.mp3

015_-_Unit_1_Section_3_Exercise_83.mp3

016_-_Unit_1_Section_3_Exercise_89.mp3

017_-_Unit_1_Section_4_Exercise_92.mp3

018_-_Unit_1_Section_4_Exercise_96.mp3

019_-_Unit_1_Section_4_Exercise_99.mp3

020_-_Unit_1_Section_5_Exercise_103.mp3

021_-_Unit_1_Section_5_Exercise_108.mp3

022_-_Unit_1_Section_5_Exercise_114.mp3

023_-_Unit_1_Section_5_Exercise_119.mp3

024_-_Unit_1_Section_6_Exercise_123.mp3

025_-_Unit_1_Section_6_Exercise_127.mp3

026_-_Progress_Check_1_Exercise_1.mp3

027_-_Progress_Check_1_Exercise_1.mp3

028_-_Unit_2_Section_1_Exercise_7.mp3

029_-_Unit_2_Section_1_Exercise_12.mp3

030_-_Unit_2_Section_1_Exercise_14.mp3

031_-_Unit_2_Section_1_Exercise_24.mp3

032_-_Unit_2_Section_1_Exercise_25.mp3

033_-_Unit_2_Section_1_Exercise_33.mp3

034_-_Unit_2_Section_2_Exercise_37.mp3

035_-_Unit_2_Section_2_Exercise_49.mp3

036_-_Unit_2_Section_2_Exercise_50.mp3

037_-_Unit_2_Section_2_Exercise_56.mp3

038_-_Unit_2_Section_2_Exercise_58.mp3

039_-_Unit_2_Section_2_Exercise_60.mp3

040_-_Unit_2_Section_4_Exercise_90.mp3

041_-_Unit_2_Section_4_Exercise_94.mp3

042_-_Unit_2_Section_4_Exercise_98.mp3

043_-_Unit_2_Section_4_Exercise_101.mp3

044_-_Unit_2_Section_4_Exercise_103.mp3

045_-_Progress_Check_2_Exercise_1.mp3

046_-_Unit_3_Section_1_Exercise_2.mp3

047_-_Unit_3_Section_1_Exercise_3.mp3

048_-_Unit_3_Section_1_Exercise_5.mp3

049_-_Unit_3_Section_1_Exercise_6.mp3

050_-_Unit_3_Section_1_Exercise_18.mp3

051_-_Unit_3_Section_1_Exercise_19.mp3

052_-_Unit_3_Section_1_Exercise_23.mp3

053_-_Unit_3_Section_1_Exercise_26.mp3

054_-_Unit_3_Section_2_Exercise_51.mp3

055_-_Unit_3_Section_2_Exercise_61B.mp3

056_-_Unit_3_Section_2_Exercise_75.mp3

057_-_Unit_3_Section_2_Exercise_76.mp3

058_-_Unit_3_Section_2_Exercise_77.mp3

059_-_Unit_3_Section_2_Exercise_80.mp3

060_-_Unit_3_Section_2_Exercise_83B.mp3

061_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_94.mp3

062_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_95.mp3

063_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_96.mp3

064_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_101.mp3

065_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_102.mp3

066_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_115.mp3

067_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_124.mp3

068_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_127.mp3

069_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_129.mp3

070_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_134.mp3

071_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_135.mp3

072_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_139.mp3

073_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_149.mp3

074_-_Unit_3_Section_3_Exercise_150.mp3

075_-_Progress_Check_3_Exercise_1.mp3

076_-_Unit_4_Section_1_Exercise_2.mp3

077_-_Unit_4_Section_1_Exercise_9.mp3

078_-_Unit_4_Section_3_Exercise_53.mp3

079_-_Unit_4_Section_3_Exercise_54.mp3

080_-_Unit_4_Section_3_Exercise_56.mp3

081_-_Unit_4_Section_3_Exercise_57.mp3

082_-_Unit_4_Section_3_Exercise_63.mp3

083_-_Progress_Check_4_Exercise_1.mp3

084_-_Workbook_2.mp3

085_-_Test_Unit_1_Warm-up_1_Exercise_1A.mp3

086_-_Test_Unit_1_Warm-up_1_Exercise_2A.mp3

087_-_Test_Unit_1_Test_1_Part_1.mp3

088_-_Test_Unit_1_Warm-up_2_Exercise_1A.mp3

089_-_Test_Unit_1_Warm-up_2_Exercise_3A.mp3

090_-_Test_Unit_1_Test_2_Part_1.mp3

091_-_Test_Unit_2_Warm-up_1_Exercise_1A.mp3

092_-_Test_Unit_2_Warm-up_1_Exercise_1B.mp3

093_-_Test_Unit_2_Warm-up_1_Exercise_1B.mp3

093_-_Test_Unit_2_Warm-up_1_Exercise_1B.mp3

094_-_Test_Unit_2_Warm-up_1Exercise_2A.mp3

095_-_Test_Unit_2_Warm-up_1Exercise_4B.mp3

096_-_Test_Unit_2_Test_1_Part_1.mp3

097_-_Test_Unit_2_Warm-up_2_Exercise_1A.mp3

098_-_Test_Unit_2_Test_2_Part_1.mp3

099_-_Test_Unit_3_Warm-up_1Exercise_1A.mp3

100_-_Test_Unit_3_Test_1_Part_1.mp3

101_-_Test_Unit_3_Warm-up_2_Exercise_2A.mp3

102_-_Test_Unit_3_Warm-up_2_Exercise_2A.mp3

103_-_Test_Unit_3_Test_2_Part_1.mp3

104_-_Test_Unit_3_Test_2_Part_1.mp3

105_-_Test_Unit_4_Warm-up_1_Exercise_2A.mp3

106_-_Test_Unit_4_Test_1_Part_1.mp3

107_-_Test_Unit_4_Warm-up_2_Exercise_1A.mp3

108_-_Test_Unit_4_Test_2_Part_1.mp3

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Методические разработки к учебнику М.З.Биболетовой Enjoy English, 9 класс, Unit 1. - К уроку - Иностранные языки

Enjoy English 9 / Unit 1

Exercise I. Choose the best word .

1. After the way he treated Millie, he … whatever happens to him.

a) observes

b) ignores

c) deserves

d) attracts

2. He … her the position she has achieved in her profession.

a) envies

b) attracts

c) betrays

d) ignores

3. … of the law is no excuse.

a) Ignorance

b) Observation

c) Appointment

d) ) Arrangement

4. I don’t really … of children wearing make-up.

a) deserve

b) attract

c) observe

d) approve

5. Marilyn Monroe’s life was extremely short to the great … of her fans .

a) appreciation

b) arrangement

c) disappointment

d) application

6. Alan doesn’t trust friends very much. He thinks that friends can … him .

a) betray

b) approve

c) entertain

d) amuse

7. Well, I don’t think it will work, but I … your advice and your wish to help.

a) support

b) ignore

c) deserve

d) appreciate

Exercise II. Say the following in one word.

1. A person who behaves dishonestly towards you and gives away your secrets.

a) an observer

b) a betrayer

c) a supporter

d) an entertainer

2. The practice of obeying a law, a rule or a custom.

a) appreciation

b) reservation

c) observation

d) application

3. Lack of knowledge of facts about a situation or a particular subject.

a) ignorance

b) insistence

c) approval

d) betrayal

4. Performances that people enjoy.

a) disagreement

b) disappointment

c) improvement

d) entertainment

5. Someone who is slow to reveal emotions or opinions and tends not to talk about or show his

feelings .

  1. deserved

  2. reserved

  3. observed

  4. incurved

6. To realize that someone has good qualities and that they are important.

a) to appreciate

b) to disappoint

c) to observe

d) to entertain

7. Your classmate pretends that he has not noticed you . He … you.

a) betrays

b) deserves

c) ignores

d) approves

Exercise III. Say the following using one of the words given below . The underlined words

should be substituted. Which word is the odd one?

ignore appreciate disappoint deserve envy observe betray avoid

  1. The government shouldn’t neglect the advice it was given.

  2. After five hours on your feet you need to have a break.

  3. She feels that her friends don’t really love and understand her.

  4. She realized that asking him for a divorce will make him feel unhappy.

  5. To keep silence when a lecturer is speaking is a strict rule in our college.

  6. Your friend may be jealous of your success with girls.

  7. Trying to keep away from problems you put yourself in an impossible position.

Exercise IV. Choose the right affix to form the missing noun .

- ment - er -tion

  1. He made an … to see me at two o’clock. ( ARRANGE )

  2. He is an inveterate1 … . Every summer he spends his holidays near the river. ( CAMP )

  3. The … of religious customs and traditions is very strict among the native

population. ( OBSERVE )

  1. TV is the most useful … and I don’t see any danger in it. ( INVENT )

  2. What is the most available kind of … ? ( ENTERTAIN )

  3. … is hated even by those whom he benefits. ( BETRAY )

  4. She was very pleased when she got the letter of … from her son’s college. ( APPRECIATE )

  5. Jarvis is a strong … of the European Union . ( SUPPORT )

__________________________________________________________

1. inveterate [ɪn'vet(ə)rət] - (разг.) заядлый

Exercise V. Choose the right word and complete the sentences.

ignore ignorance ignorant

  1. I was … of the terms used in business.

  1. They … the complexity of modern economics.

  1. His comments showed his total … of the situation.

betray betrayer betrayal

  1. She is very loyal and would never … a friend.

  2. In wartime … should be executed.

  3. It was hard to avoid the sense of … .

observe observation observer

  1. He was a witty and cynical … of the social scene.

  2. We may … similar trends in most modern societies.

  3. She made an excellent … in her essay on Charles Dickens.

disappoint disappointment disappointing

  1. The show may … some viewers.

  2. Jackson cancelled his concert to the great … of his fans.

  3. This year’s sails figures were very … .

reserve reservation reserved

  1. I’ve made a … for you on the morning flight.

  2. Saturdays are busy, restaurants and cafes are crowded. Can we … the table in advance?

  3. He is a … man of a great ambition.

encourage encouragement encouraging

  1. The news from the doctors is very … .

  2. We … students participation in our classes.

  3. We would run up and down shouting … to the team.

appreciate appreciation appreciative

  1. He was sincerely … of their support.

  2. The prize is given in … of his great contribution to Russian literature.

  3. I … this opportunity to put my point of view to the committee.

Exercise VI. Change the words in brackets and complete the sentences.

  1. The award is given in … of her huge contribution of the film

business. (APPRECIATE)

2. To Edward’s … Gina never turned up at the party. (DISAPPOINT)

  1. He spent two nights under close … in hospital. (OBSERVE)

4. The town’s main … is a thermal lake. (ATTRACT)

  1. There is not much in the way of … in this town – just a

cinema and a couple of pubs. (ENTERTAIN)

6. We needed you there to offer words of … . (СOURAGE)

7. Fans were very aggressive. But Barcelona … made (SUPPORT)

the most trouble for the police.

8. Excuse my … , but how does it actually work? (IGNORE)

9. Larsson’s goal gave Celtic a … victory. (DESERVE)

10. … are hated even by those whom they benefit. (BETRAY)

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