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CHAPTER 3 34. inspiration (n.

) , ;
35. fork out (phr. v.) ;
I. State the meaning and pronunciation of the following words, find 36. backer (n.) .
them in the text of chapter 3 and use them in the situations of your own:
1. matinee (n.) , ; II. Find the Russian equivalents of the following expressions and word-
2. asset (n.) , - , ; combinations, reproduce the situations with these phrases from the text and use
3. pang (n.) ; them in the situations of your own:
4. pursue (v.) , , , ;
1. to be a hit , -;
5. relentlessly (adv.) , ;
2. in quick succession , ;
6. inseparable (adj.) , , ;
3. on the strength of smth / / /
7. reserve (n.) , ;
/ -;
8. expense (n.) , ;
4. to feel inclined to do smth -;
9. extravagant (adj.) ;
5. in due course ;
10. sacrifice (n.) , ;
6. to play ones cards well
11. colonel (n.) ;
( ), ;
12. ancestor (n.) , ;
7. to make a packet ;
13. gamble (v.) , , ;
8. to be in debt ;
14. signet ring (n.) ;
9. to put by (money) , ,
15. vet (n.) ;
;
16. stiffen (v.) , , ;
10. to take ones courage in both hands ;
17. sumptuous (adj.) , , ,
11. to get mixed up with smb , -;
;
12. to make a nuisance of oneself , ;
18. comrade (n.) ;
13. to be bound to do smth -;
19. chuckle (n.) , ;
14. to let oneself in for smth -,
20. irate (adj.) , , ;
-;
21. inevitable (adj.) , , ;
15. a millstone round one's neck , ;
22. russet (adj.) -,-;
16. to come in contact with smb -;
23. seduce (v.) , , ;
17. to bring oneself to do smth -;
24. climax (n.) , ;
18. to be hard up ;
25. sincere (adj.) , ;
19. to be pleased by approval ;
26. thrift (n.) , , ;
20. to be cast down by censure - ;
27. venture (v.) , , , ,
21. the tempers grow frayed ;
;
22. to blow ones nose ;
28. remonstrate (v.) , ;
23. to look like a piece of cheese ,
29. summarily (adv.) , , ;
;
30. ingenuously (adv.) , ;
24. to have a fat chance , ;
31. equanimity (n.) ;
25. to raise money ;
32. sternly (adv.) , ;
26. ones got to know the ropes ;
33. shatter (v.) , ;
27. to make a point of doing smth - 2. , , ,
, - , - , , .
-. , ,
. .
III. Find the Russian equivalents of the following expressions and word-
combinations, reproduce the situations with these phrases from the text and use 3. - ,
them in the situations of your own: . , ,
.
1. - to be taken by somebody`s
enthusiasm; 4. H
2. to have bitter experience; , , 5 ,
3. - to fall in love with smb .
at first sight;
5. . , ,
4. to count the pennies;
, ,
5. , to live on pension;
, ,
6. to tell a thumping lie;
.
7. to throw ones money about;
8. , to clench ones jaw;
9. , , to
roll in money;
10. -, -, -
to get accustomed to smth or doing smth.
V. Translate the following passage:
For some months Michael was so much occupied with his own partsto reset
an unfavourable criticism.
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VI. Translate the following into English making use of the active vocabulary:
1. ,
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