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    МИНИСТЕРСТВО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ И НАУКИ РОССИЙСКОЙ ФЕДЕРАЦИИ

    ГОУ ВПО «КАЗАНСКИЙ (ПРИВОЛЖСКИЙ) ФЕДЕРАЛЬНЫЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ

    Кафедра основ межкультурных коммуникаций

    А.Л. Кормильцева
    Н.С. Субботина


    Пособие по домашнему чтению для студентов языковых факультетов по роману В.С.Моэма «Разрисованный занавес»

    (W.S. Maugham “The Painted Veil”)

    Елабуга 2013

    Печатается по решению редакционно-издательского совета ЕИ КФУ
    Протокол № 32 от 26 сентября 2013. УДК 821.111

    Рецензенты:
    Поспелова Н.В., к.ф.н., доцент кафедры ОМК, К(П)ФУ
    Жукова И.Н., ст. преп. кафедры ОНД КАИ КНИТУ им. А.Н. Туполева

    Кормильцева А.Л., Субботина Н.С. Пособие по домашнему чтению для студентов языковых факультетов по роману В.С.Моэма «Разрисованный занавес» (W.S. Maugham “The Painted Veil”): Учебно-методическое пособие. – Елабуга, 2013. – с.

    Настоящее учебно-методическое пособие предназначено для студентов младших курсов языковых факультетов. Материал пособия нацелен на обеспечение руководства как аудиторной, так и самостоятельной работой студентов. В пособии содержатся упражнения и задания, направленные на глубокое усвоение содержания произведения, развитие речевых навыков и расширение словарного запаса. Материалы пособия могут быть использованы для работы со студентами АО, НО, РАО, ТИО.

    Составители:
    Кормильцева А.Л., асс. кафедры ОМК К(П)ФУ в г. Елабуга
    Субботина Н.С., асс. кафедры ОМК К(П)ФУ в г. Елабуга

    © Казанский федеральный университет

    Assignment 1 (chapters 1-2)
    Task 1. Speak about the author of the novel.
    Task 2. Find in the text the following words and word combinations, translate them into Russian, find the synonyms, explain the meaning:
    - notwithstanding

    - to slip into

    - to brazen smth out

    - to pull oneself together

    - to get round smb

    - to get smb out of smth

    - to have a head screwed on one’s shoulders
    Task 3. Compose the sentences of your own using the words and word combinations suggested.
    Task 4. Use the given words and word combinations in one situation.
    Task 5. Continue the sentences according to the text:
    - She slipped into a kimono and…

    - He stood by her side looking…

    - There are not many advantages in being a government official, but…

    - It’ll look so funny if…

    - He gave her that charming smile of his…

    - He did not quite know what to say to this,..

    - But he took her wrist on which…

    - And if there is any trouble…

    Task 6. Agree or disagree to the statement. Decide whether it is true or false. Correct the false ones. Give the full answer:
    - Kitty and Charlie were waiting for Walter in Kitty’s bedroom.

    - Charlie left his topee downstairs.

    - Walter has to come home in the middle of the day on Mondays.

    - Usually Walter didn’t leave his laboratory till five.

    - Kitty slipped on into verandah, looked into her husband’s dressing-room and found Walter there.

    - The boy rang up the laboratory and asked if Walter was there.

    - Walter hadn’t been in the laboratory since tiffin.

    - Charlie thought that Walter wouldn’t ignore the incident.

    - Charlie was quite sure it was the amah.

    - Charlie couldn’t guarantee to get Kitty out of that incident.
    Task 7. Describe the characters of the story. Give the full characteristics of each person:
    - Kitty

    - Charlie
    Task 8. Answer the questions:
    - Where do the events of the story take place?

    - What characters do we come across in the very chapters?

    - How can you describe them?

    - What impressions have they made on you?

    - How do you think, who tried the door?

    - Were the two people frightened?

    Task 9. Express your opinion to the points. Give your reasons:
    - Kitty and Charlie really loved each other.

    - If it was Walter, why didn’t he kick up a row?

    - Kitty was afraid of her husband.
    Task 10. Retell the beginning of the story using the active vocabulary and words and word combinations studied.


    Assignment 2 ( chapters 3-4)
    Task 1. Find in the text the following words and word combinations, translate them into Russian, find the synonyms, explain the meaning:
    - (not) to stir out

    - to dwell on smb (smth)

    - to bore smb to death

    - to care for nothing but

    - to put on airs

    - to reconcile oneself to smth

    - to treat smb like:

    Task 2. Compose the sentences of your own using the words and word combinations suggested.
    Task 3. Use the given words and word combinations in one situation.
    Task 4. Continue the sentences according to the text:
    - It gave her a little thrill as she looked at him…

    - Of course it was stupid to behave what they have done…

    - And she dressed like…

    - After all there was no reason for her…

    - Kitty, coming to Hong Kong on her marriage had found it…

    - From a social stand point the man of science…

    - She knew that now, but she…

    Task 5. Agree or disagree to the statement. Decide whether it is true or false. Correct the false ones. Give the full answer:
    - Kitty’s house stood on the expensive Peak. They could afford to live there.

    - Kitty hated Hong Kong.

    - Kitty liked to go into the filthy little house off the Victoria Road in which they were in the habit of meeting.

    - Kitty liked Charlie’s wife Dorothy, they were friends.

    - Charlie didn’t care for his wife, she bored him to death.

    Task 6. Describe the characters of the story. Give the full characteristics of each person:


    • Charlie

    • Dorothy

    • Walter


    Task 7. Answer the questions:
    - How old was Charlie?

    - How did he look like?

    - Did Kitty like the place they lived in?

    - What did Charlie say to Kitty when they met first?

    - How did Kitty treat Dorothy?

    - Had Charlie ever allowed himself to speak about his wife with Kitty?

    - How did Dorothy look like?

    - What thoughts had Kitty coming to Hong Kong on her marriage?

    - How did Charlie treat his wife according to Kitty’s point of view/

    Task 8. Translate into English using words and word combinations studied:
    - В последнее время Мэри не могла думать ни о чем, кроме предстоящего отъезда.

    - Перестань относиться ко мне, как к ребенку! Я уже взрослый.

    - Мои старые книги мне до смерти наскучили. Я не хочу важничать, но мне нужно что-то более современное.
    Task 9. Express your opinion to the point. Give your reasons:
    - Charlie really loved Kitty.
    Task 10. Retell the content of the chapters using the active vocabulary and words and word combinations studied.


    Assignment 3 ( chapters 5-6)
    Task 1. Find in the text the following words and word combinations, translate them into Russian, find the synonyms, explain the meaning:
    - to hold one’s tongue

    - to take risks

    - to sit tight

    - to blame smb for smth

    - to kick up a row

    - to succeed in doing smth

    - to be fond of smb / smth

    - to submit to smb / smth

    Task 2. Compose the sentences of your own using the words and word combinations suggested.
    Task 3. Use the given words and word combinations in one situation.
    Task 4. Continue the sentences according to the text:
    - What did anything matter really but…

    - She rang the bell and when the boy came…

    - My advice to you is…

    - If he thought she was asleep…

    - She wanted to have nothing…

    - Within three months of her marriage she knew that…

    - The strange thing was that he…

    - She didn’t know why she kept it there for…

    Task 5. Agree or disagree to the statement. Decide whether it is true or false. Correct the false ones. Give the full answer:
    - Chinese servants knew everything anyway and couldn’t hold their tongues.

    - Walter brought the book home after tiffin.

    - Kitty cared very much for Walter and she thought it wouldn’t be the best thing for him to know the truth.

    - Kitty wanted to have nothing more to do with Walter.

    - Within three months of her marriage Kitty knew that she had made a mistake, and it was only her fault.

    - Kitty had a photograph of her mother in the room and one of her father downstairs on the grand piano.

    - Kitty was very fond of her mother.

    - Kitty’s father was a strong man with bright eyes.

    - Kitty’s father couldn’t look pleasant, he succeeded only in looking severe on a photo.

    - Kitty’s mother was a little, tired, kind woman.
    Task 6. Describe the characters of the story. Give the full characteristics of each person:


    • Mr. Garstin

    • Mrs. Garstin


    Task 7. Answer the questions:
    - Who was there at the door ( according to Kitty’s point of view)?

    - What conclusion did Kitty come to concerning the place of their meeting?

    - What did she notice?

    - Who brought the book?

    - Whom did Kitty tell the news?

    - Was she embarrassed to think whether it was her husband or not?

    - Whom did Kitty blame for her unhappy marriage?

    - Why did Kitty treat her mother like that?

    Task 8. Translate into English using words and word combinations studied:
    - - Думаешь она может поднять шум?

    - Успокойся, в ее же интересах держать язык за зубами

    - Джон достиг успеха в инженерии. Его семья им гордится, а коллеги восхищаются.

    - Мэри винит брата за то, что так и не попрощалась с родителями.

    Task 9. Express your opinion to the points. Give your reasons:
    - Imagine that Walter knew the truth. What do you think about his behavior?

    - Kitty wasn’t very fond of her mother.

    - Mrs. Garstin was the head of the family.

    Task 10. Retell the content of the chapters using the active vocabulary and words and word combinations studied.

    Assignment 4 ( chapters 7-8)
    Task 1. Find in the text the following words and word combinations, translate them into Russian, find the synonyms, explain the meaning:
    - to despise smb

    - to flatter smb / oneself

    - a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush

    - to conceal smth

    - to provide smb with board and lodging

    - to take smth for granted

    - to be at a loss

    - to do smth in a panic

    - to hesitate to do smth
    Task 2. Compose the sentences of your own using the words and word combinations suggested.
    Task 3. Use the given words and word combinations in one situation.
    Task 4. Continue the sentences according to the text:
    - On her side she set herself to…

    - In twenty five Mrs. Garstin never…

    - She flattered herself that…

    - He was a stranger to them, but…

    - Doris gave no sign of…

    - Her beauty depended a good deal on…

    - Kitty had been brought up with the…

    - If she wanted to marry just to be married…

    - Kitty reached the age of twenty five and…

    - Kitty in a panic…
    Task 5. Agree or disagree to the statement. Decide whether it is true or false. Correct the false ones. Give the full answer:
    - Mrs. Garstin was very kind, responsible and clever woman.

    - Mr. Garstin had seemed a young man of promise and he had to go far.

    - Mrs. Garstin flattered the solicitors who would send her husband briefs, made much of the promising politicians, was familiar with their wives.

    - Mrs. Garstin invited guests to her house only because she liked them.

    - Bernard Garstin thought that a bird in the hand was worth two in the bush and didn’t want to apply for silk.

    - Something changed in Mr. Garstin and both his daughters noticed that.

    - Mr. Garstin was a little man who went out early in the morning and came home at night only in time to dress for dinner.

    - Mrs. Garstin set her hopes only on her husband.

    - Doris was a very pretty young woman so Mrs. Garstin hoped on her first of all.

    - Kitty was amusing as well as beautiful, and very soon she had a dozen men in love with her.
    Task 6. Find the new information about the characters of the story. Make the portraits of:


    • Mr. Garstin

    • Mrs. Garstin

    • Kitty

    • Doris


    Task 7. Answer the questions:
    - What kind of woman was Mrs. Garstin?

    - Did she differentiate the people to make friends with?

    - How did Mrs. Garstin’s daughters treat their father?

    - Did they love him?

    - What was her life like? Was it monotonous or full of different changes and events?

    - Was Mrs. Garstin a communicative person?

    - How can you describe Kitty and Doris in a few words? (appearance)

    - With what knowledge had Kitty been brought up?

    - What was the reason of Kitty’s being unmarried at the age of twenty five, to Mrs. Garstin’s opinion?
    Task 8. Translate into English using words and word combinations studied:
    - Дети воспринимают как должное родительскую любовь и заботу.

    - Сначала Джон находился в полной растерянности, затем в панике начал собирать свои вещи.

    - Марк сомневался, стоит ли ему ехать. Ведь синица в руке лучше, чем журавль в небе.
    Task 9. Express your opinion to the points:
    - Relationships in Kitty’s family.

    - Mr.Garstin had a miserable life.

    - Doris and Kitty. Mrs. Garstin’s hopes.

    - Kitty married Walter Fane in a panic.
    Task 10. Retell the content of the chapters using the active vocabulary and words and word combinations studied.

    Assignment 5 (chapters 9-10)
    Task 1. Find in the text the following words and word combinations, translate them into Russian, find the synonyms, explain the meaning:
    - to know smb from Adam

    - to be taken aback

    - to occur to smb

    - to be in love with smb

    - to be bored to death

    - to show no sign of smth

    - to be at ease with smb

    - to come to the conclusion

    - to make the match
    Task 2. Compose the sentences of your own using the words and word combinations suggested.
    Task 3. Use the given words and word combinations in one situation.
    Task 4. Continue the sentences according to the text:
    - “ It didn’t occur to you to ask somebody or other…?”

    - She didn’t know why he came to dances…

    - He was evidently…

    - He was a doctor , he had a job at…

    - She made a practice to appear interested in…

    - On the following Sunday…

    - He was not exactly shy with her but…

    - Kitty came to the conclusion…

    - Then came the announcement of…

    - That season the only person who had proposed her was…
    Task 5. Agree or disagree to the statement. Decide whether it is true or false. Correct the false ones. Give the full answer:
    - Kitty met Walter Fane at a restaurant.

    - Kitty remembered Walter’s name from their first meeting.

    - Walter Fane never talked of her and very little of himself, but when he talked it was not stupidly.

    - Walter Fane had got some sort of job in the West.

    - The life in Hong Kong didn’t sound quite jolly. There were not clubs, tennis, racing, polo and golf.

    - Kitty’s father was as a rule bored to death by the young people whom for her sake he had been forced to entertain.

    - Walter Fane was absolutely Kitty’s type.

    - Kitty was sure that Walter didn’t love her and after his returning to China he would not think of her again.

    - Kitty’s sister Doris was already twenty-five and she couldn’t make a suitable marriage.

    - That season Kitty had a lot of men who had proposed to her.

    Task 6. Describe the characters of the story. Find the new characteristics of each person:
    - Kitty

    - Walter
    Task 7. Answer the questions:
    - Did she know Mr. Fane much?

    - Did Kitty like to please people?

    - What did Walter Fane come to dances for?

    - What was Mr. Fane’s occupation?

    -Where was his job?

    - What was the life in China like in Kitty’s opinion?

    - Did Kitty’s father like to talk with her young men?

    - Did Walter irritate Kitty?

    - What had happened by the end of the season?
    Task 8. Translate into English using words and word combinations studied:
    - Джон был застигнут врасплох, но не подал виду.

    - Все знали, что Майкл любил Анну, а его жена наскучила ему до смерти.

    - Я пришел к заключению, что не стоит подавать вида, что мне это нравится.
    Task 9. Express your opinion to the points. Give your reasons:
    - Kitty had never taken much notice of Walter.

    - Walter wasn’t Kitty’s type at all.

    - Mr. Garstin liked Walter Fane. Why?

    - Walter was in love with Kitty.
    Task 10. Retell the content of the chapters using the active vocabulary and words and word combinations studied.

    Assignment 6 ( chapters 11-12)

    Task 1. Find in the text the following words and word combinations, translate them into Russian, find the synonyms, explain the meaning:
    - to take a turn with smb

    - to speak with one’s tongue in the cheek

    - to knock smb down with a feather

    - to have an opportunity to do smth

    - to be conscious of smth

    - to get used to smb/smth

    - to feel at home

    - “it’s raining cats and dogs”

    - to be self-conscious
    Task 2. Compose the sentences of your own using the words and word combinations suggested.
    Task 3. Use the given words and word combinations in one situation.
    Task 4. Continue the sentences according to the text:
    - She looked at quickly and she saw..

    - “ I want to ask you if…”

    - “ Didn’t you know I was…?”

    - I have never thought of you…

    - Did he mean to keep her there…

    - She didn’t know why she hesitated…

    - He was constantly giving her…

    - If it was raining and she said…

    - He didn’t speak because…
    Task 5. Agree or disagree to the statement. Decide whether it is true or false. Correct the false ones. Give the full answer:
    - Kitty’s family always spent their summer holidays abroad.

    - One afternoon Kitty met Walter Fane in their house when she returned from Harrod’s.

    - It was very difficult for Walter to say things he meant than the things he didn’t.

    - Walter asked Kitty to marry him in a manner which was abrupt and yet strangely tragic.

    - Walter’s proposal was the greatest Kitty ever had.

    - Walter wanted to marry Kitty at once and to go to China for their honeymoon.

    - Kitty knew Walter very little and after they had been married for nearly two years she knew him but little more.

    - Walter wasn’t very polite and treated Kitty as most men treat their wives.

    - When there was a party and everyone started singing, Walter always brought himself to join it.

    - Kitty was lively: she was willing to chatter all day long and laughed easily.
    Task 6. Describe the characters of the story. Give the full characteristics of each person:
    - Kitty

    - Walter
    Task 7. Answer the questions:
    - What did Walter offer Kitty when they met in the Brompton Road?

    - What kind of creature was Walter for Kitty?

    - What did Walter say to Kitty?

    - What was Kitty’s reaction?

    - How do you think, was Walter serious?

    - Did she give the answer at once?

    - What touched Kitty?

    - What did Walter discover about Kitty?

    - What did Kitty say when it was raining?
    Task 8. Express your opinion to the points. Give your reasons:
    - Kitty didn’t expect Walter’s proposal.

    - Kitty didn’t like Walter at all.

    - Walter and Kitty were rather different people.
    Task 9. Retell the content of the chapters using the active vocabulary and words and word combinations studied.

    Assignment 7 ( chapters 13-14)
    Task 1. Find in the text the following words and word combinations, translate them into Russian, find the synonyms, explain the meaning:
    - to have the desire to do smth

    - to have the wit to do smth

    - to leave smb indifferent

    - to feel at ease

    - to interfere with

    - to put on airs

    - to conceal smth

    - to make an impression on smb

    Task 2. Compose the sentences of your own using the words and word combinations suggested.
    Task 3. Use the given words and word combinations in one situation.
    Task 4. Continue the sentences according to the text:
    - He seemed to have no desire to…

    - It bored him to…

    - He didn’t know how…

    - She wondered why he had ever…

    - Though Kitty had met his wife at various tea-parties…

    - Though he hadn’t said anything amusing…

    - He was well-dressed…

    - He couldn’t but know that she…

    - When she shook hands with him on leaving…
    Task 5. Agree or disagree to the statement. Decide whether it is true or false. Correct the false ones. Give the full answer:
    - Kitty realized that to be the government bacteriologist was a great fry.

    - Walter seemed to have no desire to discuss his job with Kitty.

    - Walter was fond of reading and he read books which seemed to Kitty very interesting and amazing.

    - Everybody seemed to think Walter Fane wasn’t clever, it was only the façade to conceal a profound weakness.

    - Walter didn’t leave Kitty indifferent, he bored her to death.

    - Kitty was introduced to Charles Townsend only when with her husband she went to dine at his house.

    - Townsend’s party wasn’t large. Kitty and Walter were the only guests.

    - Walter liked Charles Townsend very much because he was a great Bridge player of the first class.

    - Charlie was probably the most popular man in the Colony.

    - After the party Kitty understood, that she had made an impression on Charlie.
    Task 6. Find new information about the characters:

    - Walter

    - Charlie
    Task 7. Answer the questions:
    - Did Walter like to talk about himself?

    - What did he prefer to do?

    - Did Kitty share his interests?

    - Who was Charles Townsend?

    - How did Kitty treat him?

    - What sort of man was Charles Townsend?

    - Did Kitty appreciate Walter’s moderation?

    - Did she like Mr. Townsend’s company?

    - How did Charles look like?

    - What was the attitude of Charles to Kitty to her opinion?
    Task 8. Translate into English using words and word combinations studied:
    - Я чувствую себя не в своей тарелке, когда кто-нибудь вмешивается со своими советами.

    - У Джона абсолютно не было желания продолжать этот разговор.

    - Мэри хотелось произвести впечатление на гостей.
    Task 9. Express your opinion to the points. Give your reasons:
    - Charlie really was the most popular man in the Colony.

    - Walter only left Kitty indifferent.

    - Kitty understood quickly that Charlie was the man of her dream.
    Task 10. Retell the content of the chapters using the active vocabulary and words and word combinations studied.


    Assignment 8 ( chapters 15-16)
    Task 1. Find in the text the following words and word combinations, translate them into Russian, find the synonyms, explain the meaning:
    - to keep smb at a distance

    - to be angry with smb

    - to adore smb

    - to look tired and drawn

    - now and then

    - to take pains to do smth

    - to congratulate smb on smth

    - to wish that smb were/did smth
    Task 2. Compose the sentences of your own using the words and word combinations suggested.
    Task 3. Use the given words and word combinations in one situation.
    Task 4. Continue the sentences according to the text:
    - Who would have thought that…

    - He said that she looked like a…

    - Don’t you think you were very silly…

    - But there is all the difference between a girl…

    - He never ate…

    - She liked the care he took…

    - No one would think he was…

    - Oh, how she wished she were…

    Task 5. Agree or disagree to the statement. Decide whether it is true or false. Correct the false ones. Give the full answer:
    - Kitty knew Charlie was in love with her and didn’t try to keep him at a distance.

    - Now Kitty knew what love was, she had never been in love before.

    - When Charlie became Kitty’s lover the situation between her and Walter seemed to be the same.

    - Kitty had hesitated some time before the final step, because her upbringing intimidated her.

    - Kitty’s happiness wasn’t sometimes good for her, she began to loose her first freshness.

    - All Kitty’s women friends supposed she was going to have a baby.

    - Kitty saw Charlie a good deal here and there and he couldn’t speak to her in a formal way he used with everyone.

    - Charlie had a very good figure and he didn’t take any pains to keep it.

    - No one could believe Charlie was forty, he looked much older.

    - Charlie was clever, good-humored, and there wasn’t a thing he couldn’t do.
    Task 6. Find the new features of the characters:

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