Афанасьева О.В. - The Merchant of Venice / Венецианский купец, Книга для чтения, 10 класс, Английский в фокусе, Spotlight 10,

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Афанасьева О.В. - The Merchant of Venice / Венецианский купец, Книга для чтения, 10 класс, Английский в фокусе, Spotlight 10,

Английский язык, Венецианский купец, Книга для чтения, 10 класс, Английский в фокусе, Spotlight 10,

Год выпуска: 2012 г.

Автор: Афанасьева О.В.,

Разработчик: Express Publishing

Издатель: Просвящение

Язык: английский

Формат: PDF

ISBN 978-5-09-026481-5

Качество: Отсканированные страницы

Кол-во страниц: 56

Описание: Линия УМК "Английский в фокусе" (10-11) Книга для чтения состоит из двух частей. Первая часть - адаптация известной пьесы У. Шекспира "Венецианский купец". Вторая часть содержит задания и упражнения по прочитанному материалу, пьесу на английском языке для постановки учащимися в школе и англо-английский толковый словарь.

A Good Friend.

A merchant called Antonio lived in Venice. He had plenty of money, but he was not a very happy person. He was very kind, however, and many people turned to him for help when they were in trouble. He was always willing to lend people money when they needed it. People were happy to borrow money from Antonio because he never charged them interest. The people of Venice liked and respected Antonio, but his best friend of all was Bassanio. Bassanio was younger than Antonio and came from a good family. He did not have much money, but he had expensive tastes. Antonio was always happy to lend Bassanio money whenever he needed it. Bassanio had borrowed a lot of money from his friend over the years, but Antonio did not mind. Anything Bassanio wanted, Antonio would give him.

The only person that Antonio did not get on with was Shylock, the moneylender. Shylock’s job was to lend people money, and he charged them interest because he had to make a profit. People did not like paying interest, so they often borrowed money from Antonio, instead of Shylock. Naturally, this made Shylock angry. Antonio thought that it was wrong to charge interest. They did not like each other at all. Whenever they met, they argued.

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