# Dead poets society. Климова А.Ю. - 9 стр.

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J. Lie is like a blanket that always leaves your feet cold.
I. Fill in the gaps with the suitable words from the list below:
Now, when you read dont just consider what the author thinks. Consider what you think.
Boys, you must ... to find your own ... . Because the longer you wait to begin, the less
likely you are to ... it at all. Thoreau said, Most men lead lives of ... .
Dont be ... that. Break out.
Dont just walk off the edge like ... .
Dare and find ... .
lemmings, new ground, desperation, voice, quiet, strive, find, resigned to
II. Who says the following?
A. ... to struggle against great odds, to meet enemies undaunted.
B. ... to struggle against great odds
C. ... to be a sailor of the world bound for all ports.
D. I have to be the ruler of life, not a slave.
E. ... to mount the sea-folds. To advanceto the muzzles of guns with perfect nonchalance.
F... to dance, clap hands, exalt shout, skip, roll on, float on.
G. ... to indeed be a god!
H. I am writing to you on behalf of my son Neil Perry.
III. Complete the poem:
I see a ... in her smile
Bright ... shines from her eyes.
But life is ... , ... is mine
Just knowing that shes ... .
contentment, sweetness, alive, complete, light
IV. Fill in the gaps:
A. Mr. Anderson thinks everything inside of his is ... and ... . Isnt that right, Todd? Isnt
that your worst ... ? Well, I think youre wrong. I think you have something inside of you
that is worth ... .
embarrasing, a great deal, fear, worthless
B. You ... it, stretch it, itll never be ... . You ... it, beat it, itll never ... any of us. From
the moment we ... crying to the moment we ... dying, itll just ... your face as you wait
and cry and ... .
cover, enter, leave, scream, kick, push, enough
Unit VII
(From the scene in the cave)
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Vocabulary
J. Lie is like a blanket that always leaves your feet cold.

I. Fill in the gaps with the suitable words from the list below:
Now, when you read don’t just consider what the author thinks. Consider what you think.
Boys, you must ... to find your own ... . Because the longer you wait to begin, the less
likely you are to ... it at all. Thoreau said, “Most men lead lives of ... .
Don’t be ... that. Break out.
Don’t just walk off the edge like ... .
Dare and find ... .”
lemmings, new ground, desperation, voice, quiet, strive, find, resigned to

II. Who says the following?
A. ... to struggle against great odds, to meet enemies undaunted.
B. ... to struggle against great odds
C. ... to be a sailor of the world bound for all ports.
D. I have to be the ruler of life, not a slave.
E. ... to mount the sea-folds. To advanceto the muzzles of guns with perfect nonchalance.
F... to dance, clap hands, exalt shout, skip, roll on, float on.
G. ... to indeed be a god!
H. I am writing to you on behalf of my son Neil Perry.

III. Complete the poem:
I see a ... in her smile
Bright ... shines from her eyes.
But life is ... , ... is mine
Just knowing that she’s ... .
contentment, sweetness, alive, complete, light

IV. Fill in the gaps:
A. Mr. Anderson thinks everything inside of his is ... and ... . Isn’t that right, Todd? Isn’t
that your worst ... ? Well, I think you’re wrong. I think you have something inside of you
that is worth ... .
embarrasing, a great deal, fear, worthless

B. You ... it, stretch it, it’ll never be ... . You ... it, beat it, it’ll never ... any of us. From
the moment we ... crying to the moment we ... dying, it’ll just ... your face as you wait
and cry and ... .
cover, enter, leave, scream, kick, push, enough

Unit VII
(From the scene in the cave)
Before you view
Vocabulary