Кафедра педагогики, психологии и переводоведения

САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГСКИЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ

УПРАВЛЕНИЯ И ЭКОНОМИКИ

Кафедра педагогики, психологии и переводоведения

 

Собакарь Т. Г.

Черняк Е. В.

 

 

УЧЕБНО-МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ ПОСОБИЕ

ПО АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ

ДЛЯ СТУДЕНТОВ 1 КУРСА ЗАОЧНОГО ОТДЕЛЕНИЯ

 

 

Санкт - Петербург

2014

 

Данное пособие предусматривает подготовку студентов заочного отделения к сдаче зачета по английскому языку. На зачете студенты читают и переводят текст и составляют монологическое высказывание по предложенной теме. Высказывание должно состоять из 12-15 предложений. Монологическое высказывание необходимо рассказывать, а не читать. Тексты подобраны по теме уровня Pre-Intermediate и Intermediate. Допуском к зачету является контрольная работа. Пособие поможет подготовиться к устной части зачета и написать контрольную работу.

Основная тематика данного курса «Introducing yourself» («Моя визитная карточка»).  Пособие включает 5 разделов: имя, семья, внешность, характер и свободное время. 6 раздел обобщает изученный материал и задания этого раздела  предусматривают высказывание по теме.

В контрольной работе студенты должны показать свое умение понимать тексты по предложенной тематике, выполняя упражнения к тексту. Упражнения включают задания: ответить на вопросы, подтвердить предложения с указанием соответствия их содержанию текста, закончить предложения. Лексические упражнения проверяют понимание употребления слов по данной теме. Основные грамматические правила: временная система активного залога и сравнительная степень прилагательных. В конце пособия прилагается дополнительный материал: лексика и грамматические правила.

 

Contents

1. Unit 1 Name (pp 4-6) 2. Unit 2 Family Life (pp 7-9) 3. Unit 3 Physical appearance (pp 10-12) 4. Unit 4 Character   (pp 13-15) 5. Unit 5 Leisure and lifetime (pp 16-19) 6. Review and practice (pp 20-25) 7. Vocabulary extra (pp 26-31) 8. Grammar extra (pp 32-34) 9. Literature (p 35) Present Simple Present Continuous Past Simple Past Continuous Past Perfect Comparisons of Adjectives Present Perfect Simple Present Perfect Continuous Test Nouns, adjectives, verbs Rules Text “What’s in name?” Speaking  “Getting to know each other” Text “Mother love” Vocabulary Text “Family ties” Vocabulary Text “Face reading” Vocabulary Text “ Leisure survey” Vocabulary Text “Who knows you better, your family or your friend?

 

 

Text: Name Grammar: Present Simple Present Continuous Speaking: Getting to know each other
UNIT 1 NAME

Reading: What’s in name?

Your name is extremely important. It’s how you identify yourself. It’s how other people identify you. So how do people make one of the most important decisions of their children’s lives – giving them a name?

In the past, parents named their children after important family relatives. But people are changing. Nowadays, parents don’t want to call their little princess Enid Blodwen after her grandmother.

It’s fashionable to choose names of places for children’s names. For example, Madonna named her daughter Lourdes after the town in France. David and Victoria Beckham named their first child Brooklyn after an area in New York. However, it isn’t a good idea to follow this trend if your favourite place is your local pizza restaurant or shopping mall!

Some people name their children after famous people. For example, Leonardo DiCaprio’s parents named him after the famous Italian painter. A few years ago the names Beyonce and Britney were popular.

Some names have a special meaning. Have you ever heard of anyone called Sky, Rain or River? These names come from nature and you can see what they mean. But did you know that actor Keanu Reeves’ name means ‘cool breeze over the mountain’ in Hawaiian?

 A recent survey showed that people with unusual or original names feel special. I wonder if this is true for Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s children: Rumer Glenn, Scout Larue and Tallulah Belle.

I’ve chosen the name I want for a daughter. I’m going to call her Lauren. Why? Simply because

I like the name. My mother liked the name Lauren too, but unfortunately she named me Enid Blodwen after my grandmother.

 How did your parents choose your name? Was it for one of the reasons below or a different reason?

a) Your parents named you after a relative.

b) They named you after a place.

c) They chose an unusual name.

d) They named you after a famous person.

e) Your name is religious.

f) It has a special meaning.

g) Your parents simply liked the name.

HOME AND FAMILY

Where ____ you from?

Where do you ____?

Do you ____ any brothers and sisters?

 

JOB / STUDIES

                               What do you ____?

     
 

 


Where do you ____?                        What school / university do you ____ to?

           

 

Do you ____ your job?                       What year ____ you in?

             

          Do you ____ any foreign languages? Which?


FREE TIME

What kind of music do you ____ to?

Do you ____ a musical instrument? Which?

Do you ____ TV? What programmes?

Do you ____ any sport or exercise? What?

What books or magazines do you ____?

 

THE FUTURE

Where are you going to ____ after the class?

What are you going to ____ this weekend?

 

THE PAST

Where ____ you born?

Where did you ____ English before?

What did you ____ last summer?

 

UNIT 2 FAMILY LIFE

Text: Mother love Grammar: Past Simple Past Continuous Vocabulary

Vocabulary & Speaking

A                                                                               B

1 Are you married? 2 Is your family very large? 3 Were you born in this town? 4 Is your father a good cook? 5 Are your parents from this town? 6 Are there many people with the same name as you?       a Yes, I was. b Yes it is. c Yes, there. d No, I’m not. e No, he isn’t. f No, they are.

Reading: Mother love

 

Gemma Burford Enolengila

Gemma was born in 1978 in a quiet village in the south of England. Her mother worked in a library and her father was an accountant. When she was a student at Oxford University, she travelled to Tanzania and met her future husband, Lesikar, for the first time. The couple got married in 2003.When they had a baby (a daughter, Lucia) they decided to go and live in Tanzania. “I want my daughter to have the best life possible,” said Gemma.

Lesikar is a Masai and lives in a village near Arusha in the north of the country. There is no electricity in the home and they walk almost a kilometer to get water. Gemma cooks simple dinners of corn and vegetables and she washes the clothes in a bucket. There is a small primary school in the village, but Gemma and Lesikar will also teach Lucia at home.

Judy Boehmer

Judy had her first child, Adam, 27 years ago. She now has four sons and seven daughters and a pet dog, Bosco, but she wants more boys. Judy and her husband, Larry, live in Atlanta, Georgia, but they also have a 10-metre-long motor home. The family sometimes travels more than 40 000 kilometres a year for their work. The children do not go to school, but they study at home with their parents.

The Boehmer are a circus family and all the children take part in the show. They do different kinds of juggling and Margaret, the youngest, stands on one leg in her mother’s hand. The first show of the Boehmer Family Jugglers was at a theme park in Iowa in 1989, and they now perform all over America.

UNIT 3 PHYSICAL APPEARANCE

Text: Family ties Grammar: Past Perfect Vocabulary

 

 

Vocabulary & Speaking

HEIGHT
                                         

 



HEIGHT

BUILD

LIPS

Thin, full

EYES

HAIR

GENERAL APPEARANCE

Grammar: Past Perfect

UNIT 4 CHARACTER

Text: Face reading Grammar: Comparison of Adjectives Vocabulary
                    

                     Vocabulary & Speaking

USEFUL LANGUAGE

                                                                         

     
 



Reading: Leisure survey

REVIEW AND PRACTICE

Speaking

Introducing yourself

Answer the questions.

What is your name?

How old are you?

Where do you live?

When/Where were you born?

Are you married?

Tell me about your family.

How many people are there in your family?

Have you got any pets?

What do you look like?

How tall are you?

What colour are your eyes?

What are you like?

How are you?

When/Where did you go to school?

Who is your favourite singer?

What is your favourite film?

 

Complete your fact file.

                    FACT FILE
Full name  
Job  
Born  
Height  
Hair colour  
Family  
Relationship  
Education  
Hobbies  
Pets  
Favourite bands  
Favourite clothes  
Favourite films  
Favourite foods  
Hero  
Ambitions  

Grammar

 

TEST

1. My sister often ____ (send) text messages to her friends.

a) is sending b) sends c) send

2. At the moment, I ____ (learn) to use a new computer program.

a) am learning b) learn c) learns

3. Where ____ you going when I met you last night?

a) did b) are c) were

4. When we came into the hall they _____ this problem.

a) discussed    b) were discussing c) have discussed

5. By the time we arrived at the station, the train ______.

a) left   b) had left c) has left

6. My sister phoned yesterday and she told me that she ______ a house.

a) had bought  b) buys  c) has bought

7. Jane is _____ than Kate.

a) taller   b) tall    c) the tallest

8. This is _____ restaurant in Barcelona.

a) more expensive b) the most expensive c) the expensive

9. I _________ this singer for ten years.

a) have liked b) have been liking c) likes

10. He _______ for two hours.

a) have waited b) has been waiting c) been waiting

Reading

Who is Richard?

Who is Danny?

He likes music and parties.

Richard

I was very optimistic when I went to meet Claire. My first impression was that she was very friendly and very extrovert. Physically she was my type – she was quite slim and not very tall with long dark hair – very pretty. And she was funny too. She had a great sense of humour. We laughed a lot. But the only problem was that Claire was very talkative. She talked all the time and I just listened. She wasn’t very interested in me. At the end of the evening I knew everything about her and she knew nothing about me. Claire was the kind of woman I could have as a friend but not as a girlfriend.

2. When I first saw Nina I couldn’t believe it. I thought “Wow! Thanks mum.” She’s very attractive – she’s got short dark hair – and she’s Hungarian, from Budapest but her English was fantastic. At first she was a bit shy but when we started chatting we found we had a lot of things in common – we both like music, food, and travelling, We got on well – we didn’t stop talking for the whole evening. When it was time to go I knew I really wanted to see Nina again and I asked her for her phone number. But – she just smiled at me and said in her beautiful Hungarian accent.”Richard, you’re really sweet but I’m sorry, you’re not my type.

                                  

 

 

     
Claire
Nina

 


VOCABULARY EXTRA

Family                     

1. great grandparents 2. grandparents 3. parents 4. mother, father 5. mother-in-law, father-in-law 6. uncle, aunt 7. brother, sister 8. husband, wife 9. children, son, daughter 10. nephew, niece 11. cousin 12. grandchildren, grandson, granddaughter 13. godfather, godmother 14. stepmother, stepfather 15. surname 16. maiden name 17. patronymic 18. relative 19. marriage 20. wedding 21. married 22. single 23. divorced 24. widower, widow 25. orphan 26. bride, bridegroom 27. teen-ager 28. adult 29. acquaintance 30. neighbor 31. colleague 32. stranger 33. ex-husband, ex-wife   1. прабабушка, прадедушка 2. бабушка, дедушка 3. родители 4. мать, отец 5. свекровь, теща; свёкор, тесть 6. дядя, тётя 7. брат, сестра 8. муж, жена 9. дети, сын, дочь 10. племянник, племянница 11. двоюродный брат или сестра 12. внуки, внук, внучка 13. крёстный отец, крёстная мать 14. мачеха, отчим 15. фамилия 16. девичья фамилия 17. отчество 18. родственник 19. замужество, женитьба 20. свадьба 21. женатый, замужняя 22. холостой 23. разведенный 24. вдовец, вдова 25. сирота 26. невеста, жених 27. подросток 28. взрослый 29. знакомый 30. сосед 31. коллега 32. незнакомец 33. бывший муж, бывшая жена

                  

 

Body and face

1. cheek 2. chin 3. ear 4. eye 5. eyelash 6. forehead 7. lips 8. mouth 9. nose 10. back 11. bottom 12. chest 13. elbow 14. foot (feet) 15. finger 16. fist 17. hand 18. head 19. heel 20. jaw 21. knee 22. leg 23. neck 24. shoulder 25. skin 26. stomach 27. teeth 28. thigh 29. throat 30. thumb 31. toe 32. tongue 33. tooth 34. waist 1. щека 2. подбородок 3. ухо 4. глаз 5. ресница 6. лоб 7. губы 8. рот 9. нос 10. спина 11. зад, задняя часть 12. грудь 13. локоть 14. ступня 15. палец 16. кулак 17. рука 18. голова 19. пятка 20. челюсть 21. колено 22. нога 23. шея 24. плечо 25. кожа 26. желудок 27. зубы 28. бедро 29. горло 30. большой палец 31. палец ноги 32. язык 33. зуб 34. талия

 

 

Appearance

1.beautiful 2. good-looking 3. gorgeous 4. handsome 5. look like 6. pretty 7. scruffy 8. ugly 9. elderly 10. in her early twenties 11. in his late thirties 12. medium height 13. short 14. tall 15. fat 16. overweight 17. plump 18. skinny 19. slim 20. thin 21. well-built 22. bald 23. curly 24. dark 25. fair 26. fringe 27. ginger 28. grey 29. pony-tail 30. red 31. shoulder-length 32. straight 33. wavy 34. white 35. beard 36. freckles 37. make-up 38. moustache 39. pale complexion 40. scar 41. tanned complexion 42. tattoo 43. wrinkles   1. красивый 2. приятный 3. великолепный 4. красивый (мужчины) 5. выглядит как 6. симпатичный 7. пыльный 8. уродливый 9. пожилой 10.только исполнилось 20 11. далеко за 30 12. среднего роста 13. невысокий 14. высокий 15. толстый 16. грузный 17. пухлый 18. тощий 19.тонкий 20. худой 21. хорошего телосложения 22. лысый 23. кудрявый 24. темный 25. светлый 26. челка 27. рыжеватый цвет 28. серый 29. хвостик 30. красный 31. длина до плеч 32. прямой 33. волнистый 34. белый 35. борода 36. веснушки 37. косметика 38. усы 39. бледный цвет лица 40. шрам 41. загорелый цвет лица 42. тату 43. морщины  

 

Clothes

1. blouse 2. shorts 3. bra 4. coat 5. dress 6. jacket 7. jumper 8. overcoat 9. pants 10. pocket 11. pyjamas 12. scarf 13. size 14. skirt 15. sock 16. suit 17. sweater 18. swimming trunks 19. swimsuit 20. tie 21. tracksuit 22. trousers 23. t-shirt 24. underwear 25. boots 26. briefcase 27. flat shoes 28. glasses 29. gloves 30. handbag 31. hat 32. high heels 33. jewellery 34. purse 35. sandals 36. shoes 37. trainers 38. wooly hat 39. fit 40. get dressed 41. match 42. put something on 43. suit 44. take something off 45. wear something 1. блузка 2. шорты 3. бюстгальтер 4. пальто 5. платье 6. куртка 7. джемпер 8. пальто 9. трусы 10. карман 11. пижама 12. шарф 13. размер 14. юбка 15. носок 16. костюм 17. свитер 18. плавки 19. купальник 20. галстук 21. тренировочный костюм 22. брюки 23. футболка 24. нижнее белье 25. ботинки 26. портфель 27. туфли без каблуков 28. очки 29. перчатки 30. дамская сумочка 31. шапка 32. высокие каблуки 33. драгоценности 34. кошелек 35. сандалии 36. туфли 37. кроссовки 38. шерстяная шапка 39. быть впору, годиться 40. одеваться 41. подходить 42. надевать 43. подходить 44. снимать 45. носить  

 

Personality

1. brave 2. bright 3. calm 4. careless 5. caring 6. cheerful 7. clever 8. cruel 9. dishonest 10. disloyal 11. dull 12. friendly 13. generous 14. gentle 15. hard-working 16. helpful 17. honest 18. immature 19. impatient 20. impolite 21. independent 22. insensitive 23. irresponsible 24. kind 25. lazy 26. lively 27. loyal 28. mature 29. mean 30. messy 31. modest 32. neat 33. patient 34. polite 35. quiet 36. rebellious 37. relaxed 38. reliable 39. reserved 40. responsible 41. rude 42. self-confident 43. selfish 44. sensible 45. sensitive 46. shy 47. sociable 48. unfriendly   1. храбрый 2.способный 3. спокойный 4. беззаботный 5. заботливый 6. бодрый 7. умный 8. жестокий 9. нечестный 10. вероломный 11. скучный 12. дружелюбный 13. щедрый 14. кроткий 15. трудолюбивый 16. полезный 17. честный 18. незрелый 19. нетерпеливый 20. невежливый 21. независимый 22. равнодушный 23. безответственный 24. добрый 25. ленивый 26. веселый 27. верный 28. зрелый 29. скупой 30. беспорядочный 31. скромный 32. опрятный 33. терпеливый 34. вежливый 35. тихий 36. непослушный 37. спокойный 38. надежный 39. сдержанный 40. ответственный 41. грубый 42. самоуверенный 43. эгоистичный 44. благоразумный 45. чуткий 46. робкий 47. общительный 48. недружелюбный  

 

 

Leisure activities

1. entertainment 2. go dancing 3. go for a walk 4. go out for a meal 5. go swimming 6. go to a concert 7. go to a disco 8. go to a party 9. go to a cinema 10. have a party 11. have little free time 12. listen to music 13. listen to the radio 14. meet friends 15. play board games 16. play cards 17. play chess 18. play computer games 19. play the guitar 20. play the piano 21. read books and magazines 22. read comics 23. spend time outdoors 24. watch a film 25. watch a video 26. watch TV 27. break up 28. bring up 29. dress up as 30. end a relationship with somebody 31. enjoy oneself 32. fall out with someone 33. get divorced 34. get on well with somebody 35. give birth 36. go out with somebody 37. have a good time 38. have a row 39. have an argument 40. have fun 41. look after somebody 42. look forward to something 43. make up with somebody 44. run away from home 45. split up with   1. развлечения 2. заниматься танцами 3. идти на прогулку 4. кушать вне дома 5. заниматься плаванием 6. идти на концерт 7. идти на дискотеку 8. идти на вечеринку 9. иди в кино 10. устроить вечеринку 11. иметь мало свободного времени 12. слушать музыку 13. слушать радио 14. встречаться с друзьями 15. играть в настольные игры 16. играть в карты 17. играть в шахматы 18. играть в компьютерные игры 19. играть на гитаре 20. играть на пианино 21. читать книги и журналы 22. читать комиксы 23. проводить время вне дома 24. смотреть фильм 25. смотреть видео 26. смотреть телевизор 27. порывать отношения, нарушать 28. воспитывать 29. изыскано одеваться 30. прекращать отношения с кем-либо 31. развлекаться 32. ссориться с кем-либо 33. разводиться 34. быть в хороших отношениях с кем-либо 35. родить 36. встречаться с кем-либо 37. провести хорошо время 38. ссориться 39. спорить 40. развлекаться 41. заботиться о 42. с нетерпением ждать чего-то приятного 43. мириться 44. убегать из дома 45. расставаться с кем-либо  

 

 

GRAMMAR EXTRA

Rich     richer the richest

Happy happier the happiest

Остальные прилагательные образуют степени сравнения с помощью слов more для сравнительной Степени и the most для превосходной степени.

Irregular verbs

 

be was/were been   let let let
become became become   lose lost lost
begin break began broke begun broken   make made made
bring brought brought   mean meant meant
build built built   meet met met
buy bought bought   pay paid paid
catch caught caught   put put put
choose chose chosen   read read read
come came come   ring rang rung
cost cost cost   run ran run
cut cut cut   say said said
do did done   see saw seen
draw drew drawn   sell sold sold
drink drank drunk   send sent sent
drive drove driven   show showed shown
eat ate eaten   shut shut shut
fall fell fallen   sit sing sat sang sat sung
feed fed fed   sleep slept slept
feel felt felt   speak spoke spoken
fight fought fought   spend spent spent
find found found   stand stood stood
fly flew flown   steal stole stolen
forget forgot forgotten   swim swam swum
get got got   take took taken
give gave given   teach taught taught
go went gone   tell told told
have had had   think throw thought threw thought thrown
hear heard heard   understand understood understood
keep kept kept   wake woke woken
know knew known   wear wore worn
learn learned/learnt learned/learnt   win won won
leave left left   write wrote written

 


 

 


Literature

1. Sarah Cunningham, Peter Moor “Cutting edge”, Pearson Longman, 2009

2. Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley “Upload”, Express Publishing, 2011

3. Clive Oxenden, Cristina Latham-Koenig, Paul Seligson “New English File”, Oxford University Press, 2009

4. Kathy Gude, Michael Duckworth “Matrix” Oxford University Press, 2008

5. Sue Kay, Vaughan Jones “New Inside Out” Macmillan Publishers Limited, 2008

6. Philip Kerr “Straightforward” Macmillan Publishers Limited, 2005

7. Bob Hastings, Marta Uminska “Exam Activator” Pearson Education Limited, 2010

 

САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГСКИЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ

УПРАВЛЕНИЯ И ЭКОНОМИКИ

Кафедра педагогики, психологии и переводоведения

 

Собакарь Т. Г.

Черняк Е. В.

 

 

УЧЕБНО-МЕТОДИЧЕСКОЕ ПОСОБИЕ

ПО АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ

ДЛЯ СТУДЕНТОВ 1 КУРСА ЗАОЧНОГО ОТДЕЛЕНИЯ

 

 

Санкт - Петербург

2014

 

Данное пособие предусматривает подготовку студентов заочного отделения к сдаче зачета по английскому языку. На зачете студенты читают и переводят текст и составляют монологическое высказывание по предложенной теме. Высказывание должно состоять из 12-15 предложений. Монологическое высказывание необходимо рассказывать, а не читать. Тексты подобраны по теме уровня Pre-Intermediate и Intermediate. Допуском к зачету является контрольная работа. Пособие поможет подготовиться к устной части зачета и написать контрольную работу.

Основная тематика данного курса «Introducing yourself» («Моя визитная карточка»).  Пособие включает 5 разделов: имя, семья, внешность, характер и свободное время. 6 раздел обобщает изученный материал и задания этого раздела  предусматривают высказывание по теме.

В контрольной работе студенты должны показать свое умение понимать тексты по предложенной тематике, выполняя упражнения к тексту. Упражнения включают задания: ответить на вопросы, подтвердить предложения с указанием соответствия их содержанию текста, закончить предложения. Лексические упражнения проверяют понимание употребления слов по данной теме. Основные грамматические правила: временная система активного залога и сравнительная степень прилагательных. В конце пособия прилагается дополнительный материал: лексика и грамматические правила.

 

Contents

1. Unit 1 Name (pp 4-6) 2. Unit 2 Family Life (pp 7-9) 3. Unit 3 Physical appearance (pp 10-12) 4. Unit 4 Character   (pp 13-15) 5. Unit 5 Leisure and lifetime (pp 16-19) 6. Review and practice (pp 20-25) 7. Vocabulary extra (pp 26-31) 8. Grammar extra (pp 32-34) 9. Literature (p 35) Present Simple Present Continuous Past Simple Past Continuous Past Perfect Comparisons of Adjectives Present Perfect Simple Present Perfect Continuous Test Nouns, adjectives, verbs Rules Text “What’s in name?” Speaking  “Getting to know each other” Text “Mother love” Vocabulary Text “Family ties” Vocabulary Text “Face reading” Vocabulary Text “ Leisure survey” Vocabulary Text “Who knows you better, your family or your friend?

 

 

Text: Name Grammar: Present Simple Present Continuous Speaking: Getting to know each other
UNIT 1 NAME

Reading: What’s in name?

Your name is extremely important. It’s how you identify yourself. It’s how other people identify you. So how do people make one of the most important decisions of their children’s lives – giving them a name?

In the past, parents named their children after important family relatives. But people are changing. Nowadays, parents don’t want to call their little princess Enid Blodwen after her grandmother.

It’s fashionable to choose names of places for children’s names. For example, Madonna named her daughter Lourdes after the town in France. David and Victoria Beckham named their first child Brooklyn after an area in New York. However, it isn’t a good idea to follow this trend if your favourite place is your local pizza restaurant or shopping mall!

Some people name their children after famous people. For example, Leonardo DiCaprio’s parents named him after the famous Italian painter. A few years ago the names Beyonce and Britney were popular.

Some names have a special meaning. Have you ever heard of anyone called Sky, Rain or River? These names come from nature and you can see what they mean. But did you know that actor Keanu Reeves’ name means ‘cool breeze over the mountain’ in Hawaiian?

 A recent survey showed that people with unusual or original names feel special. I wonder if this is true for Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s children: Rumer Glenn, Scout Larue and Tallulah Belle.

I’ve chosen the name I want for a daughter. I’m going to call her Lauren. Why? Simply because

I like the name. My mother liked the name Lauren too, but unfortunately she named me Enid Blodwen after my grandmother.

 How did your parents choose your name? Was it for one of the reasons below or a different reason?

a) Your parents named you after a relative.

b) They named you after a place.

c) They chose an unusual name.

d) They named you after a famous person.

e) Your name is religious.

f) It has a special meaning.

g) Your parents simply liked the name.


Дата: 2019-02-19, просмотров: 173.