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Mark Twain, the famous American writer, was well - known as a lecturer.

Literary clubs often invited him to speak.

Before one of his lectures a club member came to him and said : Twain, people say that you can tell very funny stories.

I hope that during your lecture you will tell a story that will make my uncle laugh.

He hasnt laughed for ten years.

Ill do my best.

Mark Twain said.

When he began his lecture, Mark Twain noticed the club member.

He was sitting in front of him with an old man who had a very sad face.

Mark Twain began to tell jokes, one after another.

I told long jokes and short jokes, new jokes and old jokes, Mark Twain told his friends.

I told every joke l knew and soon everybody was laughing .

Everybody - but not the old man.

He was looking at me with cold, blue eyes.

I couldnt make him laugh, and Itried again and again.

But nothing helped, .

After the lecture, the club member came to Mark Twain and said, Thank you, Mr Twain .

I have never heard so many funny stories.

They werent funny enough for your uncle, Mark Twain answered .

He didnt even smile.

I know, the man said.

He hasnt laughed for ten years.

But I didnt tell you that he hadnt heard anything for ten years.

He is deaf.

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Emir13 28 июн. 2022 г., 00:25:11

The famouswriter - потому что определённый предмет (писатель)

артикль а ставится тогда, когда существительное начинается на согласную.

Артикль an ставится, когда существительное начинается на гласную.

Meksik 1 янв. 2022 г., 04:53:13 | студенческий



Помогите пж.

Ток не с переводчика.

Your note written in your own hand — and a pretty uneven hand!

– came this morning.

I am so sorry that you have been ill ; I would not have bothered you with my affairs if I had known.

Yes, I will tell you the trouble, but it's .

Sort of complicated to write, and very private.

Please don't keep this letter, but burn it.

Before I begin - here's a check for one thousand dollars.

It seems funny, doesn't it, for me to be sending a check to you?

Where do you think I got it?

I've sold my story, Daddy.

It's going to be published serially in seven parts, and then in a book!

You might think I'd be wild with joy, but I'm not.

I'm entirely apathetic.

Of course I'm glad to begin paying you — I owe you over two thousand more.

It's coming in instalments.

Now don't be horrid, please, about taking it, because it makes me happy to return it.

I owe you a great deal more than the mere money, and the rest I will continue to pay all my life in gratitude and affection.

And now, Daddy, about the other thing ; please give me your most practical advice, whether you think I'll like it or not.

You know that I've always had a very special feeling towards you ; you sort of represented my whole family, but you won't mind, will you, if I tell you that I have a very much more special feeling for another man?

You can probably guess without much trouble who he is.

I suspect that my letters have been very full of Master Jervie for a very long time.

I wish I could make you understand what he is like and how entirely companionable we are.

We think the same about everything - I am afraid I have a tendency to make over my ideas to match his!

But he is almost always right ; he ought to be, you know, for he has fourteen years' start of me.

In other ways, though, he's just an overgrown boy, and he does need looking after - he hasn't any sense about wearing rubbers when it rains.

And he is - Oh, well!

He is just himself, and I miss him, and miss him.

The whole world seems empty and aching.

I hate the moonlight because it's beautiful and he isn't here to see it with me.

But maybe you've loved somebody, too, and you know?

If you have, I don't need to explain ; if you haven't, 1 can't explain

Anyway, that's the way I feel — and I've refused to marry him.

I didn't tell him why ; I was just dumb and miserable.

I couldn't think of anything to say.

And now he has gone away imagining that I want marry Jimmie Mc Bride — I don’t in the least, I wouldn't think of marrying Jimmie ; he isn't grown up enough.

But Master Jervie and I got into a dreadful state of misunderstanding, and we both hurt each other's feelings.

The reason I sent him away was not because I didn't care for him, but because I cared for him so much.

I was afraid he would regret it in the future and couldn't stand that!

It didn't seem right for a person of my lack of antecedents to marry into any such family as his.

I never told him about the orphan asylum, and I hated to explain that I didn't know who I was.

I may be dreadful, you know.

And his family are proud — and I'm proud, too!

Riko9707 15 февр. 2022 г., 20:42:33 | 5 - 9 классы

Complete the sentences with the correct from of the word in brackets?

Complete the sentences with the correct from of the word in brackets.

1 Mark Twain is a famous American .


2 Did you know that Samuel Marshak was a good ?


3 Would you like to be a .

For famous people?


4 He has become a famous .


5 Tha best .

Will appear in theperforemance tomorrow (dance)

6 What do you do?

- I am a .


Эмилия0703 17 янв. 2022 г., 01:41:05 | 5 - 9 классы

Перескажите пжOne day Mr?

Перескажите пж

One day Mr.

Earnshaw came back from a long journey.

He had travelled sixty miles to

Liverpool and back on business, and was very tired.

“Look what I have brought you!

” he said.


children, Catherine and Hindley, were expecting presents and they rushed eagerly to see what it


They were very disappointed to see only a dirty, black - haired gipsy child.

“I found him all

alone in the busy street of Liverpool”, Mr.

Earnshaw explained to them, “and I couldn’t leave him to


He can sleep in your room, children.

” But Catherine and Hindley were very angry because they

hadn` t received any presents, and refused to let the strange child share their room.



Earnshaw insisted and, and little by little the boy became accepted by the family.

He was called

Heathcliff, as a first and last name.

No one ever discovered who his parents were.

Catherine and he became great friends, but Hindley hated him, and was often cruel to him.

Old Mr.

Earnshaw was strangely fond of that gipsy child, and frequently punished his son for

behaving badly to Heathcliff.

Hindley began to be jealous to his father’s feelings for Heathcliff, and

saw them both as enemies.

This situation couldn’t last.

As Mr.

Earnshaw grew old and ill, Heathcliff became even more

his favourite, and Hindley often quarrelled with father.

When Hindley was sent away to study,

everybody hoped that they would have peace in the house.

Nightwp 3 янв. 2022 г., 17:49:17 | 10 - 11 классы

Nigel came round to see if i wanted to go to the pictures but i told him i couldn, because i was going to the doctors about the spot?

Nigel came round to see if i wanted to go to the pictures but i told him i couldn, because i was going to the doctors about the spot.

He said he couldnt see a spot, but he was just being polite because the spot is massive today.

Dr. Taylor must be one of those overworked Gps you are always reading about.

He didnt examine the spot ; he just said i mustnt worry and was everything all right at home.

I told him about my bad home life and my poor diet, but he said i was well nourished.

So much for the National Health Service.

I will get a paper - round and go private.


CO6AKA228 27 мар. 2022 г., 20:37:58 | 5 - 9 классы

Срочно нужен перевод теста - "Lautisse Paints Again" H?

Срочно нужен перевод теста - "Lautisse Paints Again" H.

A. Smith

Everybody knows by this time that we met Lautisse on board a ship, but few people know that in the beginning, Betsy and I had no idea who he was.

At first he introduced himself as Monsieur Roland, but as we talked he asked me a lot of questions about myself and my business and finally he asked me if I could keep a secret and said : "I am Lautisse.


I had no idea who he was.

I told Betsy and af ter lunch we went up and talked to the ship's librarian, asked him a few questions.

And then we found out that my new friend was probably the world's best living painter.

The librarian found a book with his biography and a photograph.

Though the photograph was bad, we decided that our new acquaintance was Lautisse all right.

The book said that he suddenly stopped painting at 53 and lived in a villa in Rivera.

He hadn't painted anything in a dozen years and was heard to say he would never touch the brush again.

Well, we got to be real friends and Betsy invited him to come up to our place for a weekend.

Lautisse arrived on the noon train Saturday, and I met him at the station.

We had promised him that wewouldn't have any people and that we wouldn't try to talk to him about art.

It wasn't very difficult since we were not very keen on art.

I was up at seven - thirty the next morning and I remembered that I had a job to do.

Our vegetable garden had a fence around it which needed a coat of paint.

I took out a bucket half full of white paint and a brush and an old kitchen chair.

I was sitting on the chair thinking, when I heard footsteps and there stood Lautisse.

I said that I was getting ready to paint the garden fence but now that he was up, I would stop it.

He protested, then took the brush from my hand and said, "First, I'll show you!

" At that moment Betsy cried from the kitchen door that breakfast was ready.

"No, no, " he said.

"No breakfast, – I will paint the fence.

" I argued with him but he wouldn't even look up from his work.

Betsy laughed and assured me that he was having a good time.

He spent three hours at it and fin -

back to town on the 9.

10 that evening and at the station he shook my hand and said that he hadn't enjoyed himself so much in years.

We didn't hear anything from him for about 10 days but the newspapers learnt about the visit and came to our place.

I was out but Betsy told the reporters everything and about the fence too.

The next day the papers had quite a story and the headlines said : LAUTISSE PAINTS AGAIN.

On the same day three men came to my place from different art galleries and offered 4.

000 dollars for the fence.

I refused.

The next day I was of f ered 25.

000 and then 50.

000. On the fourth day a sculptor named Gerston came to my place.

He was a friend of Lautisse.

He advised me to allow the Palmer Museum in New York to exhibit it for a few weeks.

He said that the gallery people were interested in the fence because Lautisse had never before used a bit of white paint.

I agreed.

So the f ence was put in the Palmer Museum.

I went down myself to have a look at it.

Hundreds of people came to see the fence, and I couldn't help laughing when I saw my fence because it had a fence around it.

A week later Gerston telephoned me and asked to come to him.

He had something important to tell me.

It turned out that Lautisse visited the exhibition and signed all the thirty sections of my fence.

"Now, " said Gerston, "you have really got something to sell.

" And indeed with Gerston's help, 29 of the 30 sections were sold within a month's time and the price was 10.

000 each section.

I didn't want to sell the 30th section and it's hanging now in our living - room.

LosIk12312 30 янв. 2022 г., 07:08:26 | 10 - 11 классы

Срочно помогите с переводом,"Every worker must understand that theonlyway to a happy future is throughstruggleand the struggle isgrowingharder and harder?

Срочно помогите с переводом,

"Every worker must understand that theonlyway to a happy future is throughstruggleand the struggle isgrowingharder and harder.

On the one hand.


A knock at the door interrupted Bauman.

He stopped speaking and first looked at the people sitting round him, and then at the dentist, in whose waiting - room they were having their secret meeting.

"Are youexpectinganypatients?

" he asked.

Everybody understood what Bauman's question meant.

They didn't even speak toeach other, they didn't have to beremindedwhat to do.

One of themaccompaniedthe dentist into the surgery, while the others sat down on the chairs standing along the wall andpretendedto be patients waiting theirturn.

It didn't take them long.

When everything was ready, the dentist's maid went to answer the knock and soon came back with an unexpected visitor, whotriedto go straight into the surgery.

"I say, it isn't your turn, " a 'patient' sittingnext tothe door said to him.

"I can't wait.

I've got a terribletoothache, " the man answered, hurriedly examining everybody's face.

Bauman, who pretended that he was reading a news­paper, didn't even turn hisheadto look at the strange visitor.

He could, however, clearlysee the man's face, and recognized him at once.

He was a spy, the same man he had often seen before.

"Has he brought thepolicewith him?

". One thing was clear : it was necessary to keep the spy in the flat as long as possible, so that he would believe that they were real patients.

Bauman looked up at the newcomer, and for a moment itseemedto him that there was Joy in the man's eyes.

Then Bauman said aspolitelyas he could.

"We don't mind if the dentist sees him first, do we?

" and then, turning to the spy, "Since you have a bad toothache, you can go next.


The spy didn't know what to say.

At that moment the surgery door opened and the dentist asked the next pa­tient in.

Bauman, who went onwatchingthe spy, imme­diatelysaid, "Anyone with bad teeth should certainly have them out.


In a second the spy was sitting in the dentist's chair.

The dentist told him to open his mouth wide, examined his teeth with great care, and began working quickly.

A quarter of an hour later he showed the patient two large yellow teeth and said :

"Idid my best.

To tell you thetruthit was quitea serious operation.

You shouldtakebettercare ofyour teeth.

Ten roubles, please.


For a minute the spy stood there, not knowing what to do.

"Would you like me to do anything else for you?

" the dentist asked, smiling.

The spy answered nothing, paid the money, and hurried out into the waiting - room.

He expected to find no one there, but to his greatsurpriseeverybody was in his place.

The spy could do nothing but leave the dentist's flat.

When the spy had left, someone said, "It's a good thing he had bad teeth.


"But he didn't .

He just has two good teeth less now than he did when he came, " the dentistexplained, andadded, "and it didn't cost him much.

So he should begrateful.


Everybody laughed, and Bauman said, "That was a goodidea.

Didn't I say that they wouldbreaktheir teeth if they fought against us?

I wonder whether he will be able to go and report to the police after that.

I don't think they'll be able tomake outanything he says.

Well, I think we can go on with our meeting now.


Lenamoraru29 4 мая 2022 г., 03:28:15 | 5 - 9 классы

Underline the correct form of the verb (Нужна правильная форма глаголов)One day Robert Burns (1) was walking / walked near the sea?

Underline the correct form of the verb (Нужна правильная форма глаголов)

One day Robert Burns (1) was walking / walked near the sea.

Suddenly he (2) heard / had heard a cry for help.

He (3) was running / ran towards the water.

Just then a sailor (4) was jumping off / jumped off a boat, and (5) had begun / began to swim towards the man who (6) were calling / was calling for help and saved him.

The man who (7) saved / was saved was very rich.

He (8) thanked / was thanking the brave sailor and gave him a shilling.

By this time a lot of people (9) were standing / stood round them.

They called the sailor a hero but the rich man (10) gave / had given him only a shilling.

Burns (11) stopped / was stopped them and said, “Let him alone”.

The gentleman (12) knows / has known better how much his life costs.

The famous author of detective stories, Arthur Conan Doyle, once (13) comes / came to Paris.

He took a cab at the railway station to go to the hotel.

“What hotel would you like to go to, Mr Conan Doyle?

” asked the cabman.

The writer (14) is greatly surprised / was greatly surprised.

“How (15) do you know / has you known my name?

” he asked.

“Well, it is simple.

Yesterday I (16) read / had read in the newspaper that you would visit Paris.

Then I (17) noticed / was noticed that your suit (18) is made of / was made of English wool, ” the cabman said.


You (19) were / are a born detective!

” said Conan Doyle.

“Thank you, Sir, ” the cabman said.

“But another fact also (20) had helped / helped me” “What is it?

” asked the writer.

“You see, your name (21) is written / has been written on your luggage.


Dorofeeva88 27 апр. 2022 г., 03:39:25 | 5 - 9 классы




Once upon a time there wasa poor miller.

He lived in a small house, together with his three sons.

The miller worked at the mill, and his sons helped him.

The miller had no horse.

He used his donkey to bring wheat from the fields.

The years went by.

The miller grew old and died.

His sons decided to divide their father's things among themselves.

That was easy : he had almost nothing to leave to his sons.

Only his mill, his donkey and his cat.

"I'm going to take the mill, " said the miller's oldest son.

"I'm going to take the donkey, " said the second.

"And what about me?

" asked the youngest son.


You can take the cat, " laughed his brothers.

The young fellow was very much upset.

He went out of the house and sat down on the bench.

"Oh, well, " he said in a sad voice.

"My brothers have the mill and the donkey.

They can put them together and make enough money to live an honest life.

But what can I do?

I can eat the cat, and I can make a hat out of his fur.

But then I have nothing.

I can die of hunger.


The Cat was sitting on the bench too.

He was trying not to listen to his master.

But of course he heard all his words.

And he didn't like them at all.

He put on a serious face and said :

"Don't look so sad, Master.

I'm not a bad thing.

And I am more useful to you alive than dead.

I can prove that.


"How so?

" asked the Cat's master.

"All you have to do is to give me a bag, and get a pair of boots.

Such as gentlemen wear in the woods.

I'm going to show you thatyou're lucky to have me.


"It's unusual that a cat can speak at all, " the miller's son said to himself.

But then he started thinking.

"This cat's very good at catching rats and mice.

He played so many cunning tricks on them.

He never came home without a rat or a mouse.

He could hide in the wheat, or pretend to be dead.

Perhaps, he can help meafter all.


Наиля231 13 февр. 2022 г., 19:10:17 | 1 - 4 классы

Mark Twain Samuel Langhorne Clemens 7 класс перевод текста?

Mark Twain Samuel Langhorne Clemens 7 класс перевод текста.

Fdasfasf 29 апр. 2022 г., 16:20:20 | 5 - 9 классы

Прочтите текст?

Прочтите текст.

The Smuggler and the Customs Officer.

The customs officer had seen the same man coming into the country every day for the past month.

He knew that this man must be smuggling something into the country, but he didn’t know what it was.

The man was always very polite.

He always took off his hat and said “Good afternoon”, to the customs officer.

The customs officer always asked him to open his bag, but the customs officer couldn’t find out what the man was smuggling into the country.

He couldn’t find any whisky or perfume or cigarettes or anything.

When the customs officer had looked through the man’s bag and couldn’t find anything, the man always took off his hat and said, “Thank you.


” He was very polite, but the customs officer was sure the man was a smuggler.

After a month the customs officer was so unhappy that he left his job.

The next day he watched the smuggler come up to the new customs officer.

“Good afternoon!

” said the smuggler and took off his hat politely.

“Good afternoon!

” said the new customs officer.

“Would you open your bag, please.

” So the man opened his bag again, but the new customs officer couldn’t find anything either.

“Thank you.


” said the man and took off his hat politely.

Outside customs the old customs officer, who had left his job, stopped him and said, “I’m not a customs officer anymore.

I left my job.

Would you please tell me what you’re smuggling?

I know you’re smuggling something.

” The old customs officer was almost crazy because he didn’t know what it was.

“It’s true”, said the man.

“I am smuggling something.

I’m smuggling hats”, and he took off his hat politely and said, “Goodbye!

”. Ответьте на вопросы по тексту, выбирая правильный вариант.

1. How often had the man been smuggling through customs?

A) he had been smuggling for six weeks.

B) he had been smuggling for a day.

C) he had been smuggling for a year.

D) he had been smuggling for a month


How often did the man come into the country?

A) he came in every year.

B) he came in every day.

C) he came in every week.

D) he came in every month.

3. What kind of luggage did the man have?

A) he had a briefcase.

B) he had a suitcase.

C) he had a package.

D) he had a travelling bag.

4. How do you know that the man was polite?

A) he always spoke to the customs officer.

B) he always opened his luggage when the customs officer asked.

C) he always gave the customs officer cigarettes.

D) he always took off his hat and said, “Good afternoon”.

5. Why did the customs officer leave his job?

A) he left because he wasn’t polite.

B) he left because he was unhappy.

C) he left because he wanted to be a smuggler.

D) he left because he was too old.

6. What did the new customs officer find?

A) he found a lot of cigarettes.

B) he didn’t look in the luggage.

C) he found a lot of whisky.

D) he didn’t find anything.

7. What was the man really smuggling?

A) he was smuggling perfume.

B) he was smuggling whisky.

C) he was smuggling hats.

D) he was smuggling cigarettes.

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