Изучение английского соседи — эпизод 2

The Flatmates episode 2, from BBC Learning English

Тема урока: В квартире
Уровень английского: Pre Intermediate
Продолжительность урока: 1 мин. 00 сек.
Преподает: BBC

Tim welcomes Michal to the flat. Alice suggests a way Michal can improve his English. Why not practise yours with The Flatmates, the soap opera from BBC Learning English?

Метки: Рубрика: "Соседи"


  1. gribkovo4ka пишет:

    Episode 2: In the flat

    Tim: Alice this is my cousin Michal — our new flatmate. He's really missing his friends.

    Alice: Oh, Michal let me take your mind off that...So, where are you from?

    Michal: From near Warsaw — the Polish capital.

    Alice: Oh, what do you do?

    Michal: I'm a guide tourist.

    Alice: So interesting! Why are you visiting London?

    Michal: To improve my English.

    Alice: Oh, well, why not come out with us now? Then we can cheer you up and you can practise your English at the same time.

  2. gribkovo4ka пишет:


    a flatmate (n):

    a person who shares a rented house or flat with other people

    lovesick (adj):

    a feeling of such strong emotion for someone that it makes you feel almost ill (but not actually physically ill)

    a tourist guide (n):

    someone who shows visitors around places of interest

    low-paid (adj):

    earning a small amount of money for working

    to spoon-feed (v):

    to feed someone (usually a baby) with a spoon or to give someone so much information or help that a task or job is very easy for them

  3. gribkovo4ka пишет:

    Language Point. Compound Words

    Compound words are made up of two (or more) separate words. You can combine nouns (a flatmate), adjectives (lovesick) or verbs (jump-start) to make compound words.


    Sometimes they become one word:

    flatmate (noun)

    lovesick (adjective)


    Sometimes they become two words:

    tourist guide (noun)

    travel agent (noun)


    Sometimes they become hyphenated:

    low-paid (adjective)

    film-goer (noun)

    Note: There are no hard and fast rules about which category each compound word goes into but a good dictionary will tell you. You can also help yourself by making a note of new compound words you come across and the category they go into.


    Generally the stress is on the first word:

    phone box (noun)

    smoke-free (adjective)

    spoon-feed (verb)

оставить комментарий или два