говорение 7 класс

— Have you ever been to Red Square on Victory Day?

— Yes, I Have.

— Who have you been with?

— I’ve been with my great-grandparents.

— Did they meet their co-troopers?

— Yes, they did. And my great-grandparents invited them to stay at our house.

— Were there many of them?

— No, only two.

— How did you like them at home?

— I was lucky surprised.

— Why?

— They appeared to be not gloomy old men with unpleasant manners but two good-natured grey fellows. I ought to learn to be as tidy and quiet as they were. They could cook anything out of nothing, they sang so nice, they knew a great deal of songs and so on and so on.

— Are they people who hold on traditions?

— Yes, they are.

— What are their traditions?

— They are: to be a true friend – always, never – boast, brave – always and so on and so on.

— Will you be a person of a tradition?

— A good tradition – by no means (вне всякого сомнения) I will.

— Have you ever been to Red Square on Victory Day?



— Yes, I Have.

— Who have you been with?

— I’ve been with my great-grandparents.

— Did they meet their co-troopers?

— Yes, they did. And my great-grandparents invited them to stay at our house.

— Were there many of them?

— No, only two.

— How did you like them at home?

— I was lucky surprised.

— Why?

— They appeared to be not gloomy old men with unpleasant manners but two good-natured grey fellows. I ought to learn to be as tidy and quiet as they were. They could cook anything out of nothing, they sang so nice, they knew a great deal of songs and so on and so on.

— Are they people who hold on traditions?

— Yes, they are.

— What are their traditions?

— They are: to be a true friend – always, never – boast, brave – always and so on and so on.

— Will you be a person of a tradition?

— A good tradition – by no means (вне всякого сомнения) I will.