Данная книга "Новые приключения великолепной пятерки" ( вторая из серии «Великолепная пятерка», автор Инид Блайтон ) была издана в двухязычном варианте, вначале перевод и затем оригинал.
Моя работа заключалась только в создании ссылок от каждого абзаца на связанные по смыслу перевод, подчеркиваю, перевод не "подстрочник" - учащемуся предстоит работа: перевести текст, при необходимости сверить результат, и при необходимости разобрать свои ошибки. Мне кажется, что отсутствие «разжеванных» ответов, будет лучше стимулировать мысль учащегося.
Полноценно работать с данным пособием можно на устройстве, поддерживающем гиперссылки: компьютер или различные «читалки» с сенсорным экраном, желательно со словарем.
Причем тут W_cat? Дело в том, что я собираюсь сделать несколько книг в данном стиле, и хотелось бы, чтобы книга сразу заявляла о своем оформлении и назначении, свою фамилию использовать я посчитал нескромным, ограничусь «ником».
[ 1 ] Chapter One
[ ] IT was the last week of the Christmas term, and all the girls at Gaylands School were looking forward to the Christmas holidays. Anne sat down at the breakfast-table and picked up a letter addressed to her.
[ ] 'Hallo, look at this!' she said to her cousin Georgina, who was sitting beside her. 'A letter from Daddy - and I only had one from him and Mummy yesterday.'
[ ] 'I hope it's not bad news,' said George, She would not allow anyone to call her Georgina, and now even the mistresses called her George. She really was very like a boy with her short curly hair, and her boyish ways. She looked anxiously at Anne as her cousin read the letter.
'Oh, George - we can't go home for the holidays!' said Anne, with tears in her eyes. 'Mummy's got scarlet fever - and Daddy is in quarantine for it - so they can't have us back. Isn't it just too bad?'
[ ] 'Oh, I am sorry,' said George. She was just as disappointed for herself as for Anne, because Anne's mother had invited George, and her dog Timothy, to stay for the Christmas holidays with them. She had been promised many things she had never seen before - the pantomime, and the circus - and a big party with a fine Christmas tree! Now it wouldn't happen.
[ ] 'Whatever will the two boys say?' said Anne, thinking of Julian and Dick, her two brothers. 'They won't be able to go home either.'
[ ] 'Well - what are you going to do for the holidays then?' asked George. 'Won't you come and stay at Kirrin Cottage with me? I'm sure my mother would love to have you again. We had such fun when you came to stay for the summer holls,'
[ ] 'Wait a minute - let me finish the letter and see what Daddy says, said Anne, picking up the note again. 'Poor Mummy - I do hope she isn't feeling very ill.'
[ ] She read a few more lines and then gave such a delighted exclamation that George and the other girls waited impatiently for her to explain.
[ ] 'George! We are to come to you again - but oh blow, blow, blow!
- we've got to have a tutor for the holls, partly to look after us so that your mother doesn't have too much bother with us, and partly because both Julian and Dick have been ill with 'flu twice this term, and have got behind in their work.'
[ ] 'A tutor! How sickening! That means I'll have to do lessons too, I'll bet!' said George, in dismay. 'When my mother and father see my report I guess they'll find out how little I know. After …