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The topic that is given to me is "My
biography". It sounds too meaning full? It means something
very important. I am sorry to say that there is little to speak
about my short past life. I am too young to have my own family,
I am not married yet. My name is Vitaly. My last name is Greezunov.
The patronymic is Vadimovich. So my full name is Vitaly Vadimovich
Greezunov. I am seventeen years old. I was born on the tenth
of May. I am a former pupil. I left school a month ago. I did
not attend any nursery or kindergarten. I began to go to school
at the age of seven. It was ten years ago. I had been studying
at the same school for ten years run-ning without changing it
we had many subjects: history, English, biology and many others.
The family is very important as a unit in
our society. Nothing else but family can be an emotional center
of people's life, can be a transmitter of culture and raising
children. Every mother feels great affection for her children
and tries to bring them up in a proper way. Understanding between
the members of the family and consideration for others are very
important in family relationship. Tenderness, warm-heartedness
and respect must always be present in the family to make it
friendly. A lot of activities help members of the family to
be on friendly terms: discussing all the family plans together,
going on trips hikes together, visiting museums, theaters, exhibitions
and exchanging opinions about them, sharing the same joys and
sorrows. If you think of the others in the family you show your
love and attention in everyday life, you can hurt them if you
are selfish, not sincere and rude. It is very important to visit
relatives on holidays, on birthdays, on anniversaries and develop
close relationship. We feel more affection for our relatives
when we are parted from them. The proverb says, " /Absence
makes the heart grow fonder". When the family is friendly,
everybody has the warmed feelings of returning home where dear
relatives are waiting for them. There are different opinions
on how children should be treated if they disobey their parents,
break the rules, do forbidden things, don't keep their words
or promises. Some people think that parents should be patient,
kind and understanding. The rules and children's behaviors are
discussed in such families. But others believe that children
ought always to obey the parents and if they won't they should
be punished. From my point of view, such principles won't do
a lot of good. Fear and punishment will lead to selfishness,
cruelty and lies. But "love and kindness will save the
world". We are the family of two. I live with my mother.
In my opinion family is one of the most important
things in one's life. Almost all our life we live within a family.
There are five of us in the family: My father - Iliy Nikolaevich,
my mother Vera Pavlovna, my elder brother Michael and the youngest
child in our family my ten-year old sister Olga. I think it
would be right if I begin with my parents. They have been married
for 20 years now. They met each other at the institute where
they studied together both of them were in their first year
then. Howeevfr it was not until their last year at the institute
when they got married. My father is a chief sales-manager in
a firm which sells various computer equipment. Many years ago
after he had graduated from the institute he became an electronic
engineer in one of the Moscow research institutes. His firm
has several branches in some other big towns in Russia such
as St Petersburg, Voronez, Novosibirsk and others. So he has
to travel a lot. My father is an only wager in our family but
as he is very good at his job his firm pays him a good salary.
Nowadays it's very necessary to know a foreign language. Knowledge of foreign language helps us to develop friendship and understanding among people.
The total number of languages in the world is from 2500 to 5000. English is spoken all over the world and very popular. There is a proverb: «Knowledge is Power» I agree with it.
I study English, because I want to read English books of great writers in the original. I want to communicate with people from different countries, I want to understand their culture and traditions. I like to travel.
1). Let me introduce myself. 2). My full name is Oleg Olegovitch Orlov. 3). I have been named after my father and I am very happy about it. 4). I was born on May 3, 1991 in Volgograd. 5). I descend from the family of the office-workers. 6). I am the only child in the family. 7). My father is a doctor, he works at a hospital. 8). My mother is a housewife.
9). I am a pupil of the eleventh form of a secondary school. 10). I want to enter the University of Volgograd. 11). That is why I have to study twice as hard as an ordinary pupil. 12). I do not only do my best at school, I take a preparatory course at the University.
First of all let me introduce myself. My name is Taras. I'm seventeen years old. I'm at 11-th grade. There are two more kids in the family besides - my elder brother Oleg and my younger sister Maria. Oleg is twenty-one, he attends a University, he will be a dentist. Maria is only twelve, she is a schoolgirl. I forgot to mention one more member of our family. It's our favourite poodle Tim.
I was born on the 3rd of July 1990 in Moscow. Like many other children I went to a kindergarten. At the age of 6 I went to school. My school was next to my house. Many pupils of our primary school were my neighbours. I was very proud when I became a pupil.
But very soon I realized that this was not a game, and I had to work hard if I wanted my parents to be pleased with me. Now, when the school years have passed so quickly I see clearly that sometimes I succeeded and sometimes I failed in my intention.
Our family is large (small, not very large).
We are the family of seven (two, three, four, five, six): my
mother, my father, my grandmother, my grandfather, my sister,
my brother and I.
My mother's name is … She is … years old. She is a teacher (a
doctor, a worker, an engineer). She is a very nice, kind and
My father's name is ... He is ... years old. He is a worker
(a teacher, an engineer, a doctor, a businessman). He is lather
tall and strong. He is a man of strong character - and all of
us love him very much.
I've recently read a book, which has made a very deep impression on me. It is named "Gone with the Wind" The author of the book is Margaret Mitchell. She was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in a family of the president of the Atlanta Historical Society.
All the family was interested in American history and she grew up in an atmosphere of stones about the Civil War.
After graduating from the college Margaret Mitchell worked for a time for the Atlanta Journal. In 1925 she got married. In the following ten years she put on paper all the stories she had heard about the Civil War.
Our family is not large. We are a family of four: my father, my mother, my younger brother and I.
My name is Olga. I am seventeen. I am a school leaver. My younger brother is ten. He is a pupil of the fifth form. He looks like our father. He has brown eyes, short straight hair. He is tall and thin. As for me everybody says I look like my mother. I have the same blue eyes, a snub nose, fair curly hair. I am not tall and 1 am not thin. I am an ordinary girl of 17.
We go shopping every day. The other day my mother took me on a usual shopping round. We went to the grocer's and greengrocer's as we had run out of sugar and onions.
At the greengrocer's there was a long queue. But we had nothing to do but stand in the queue if we wanted to get to the counter and have some onions. The shop-girl weighed us half a kilo of onions, we thanked her and went out.
When we have time for leisure, we usually need something that can interest and amuse us. There are several ways to do this. In big cities it's often difficult to decide where to go in the evening.
If we want to go out there are a lot of theatres, cinemas and clubs in our country where we can spend our free time. (But in small towns and villages they have no actors of their own. So they invite a group of actors from a big town to show plays.)
On week days I usually get up nearly six o'clock. I do not like to get up early, but I have to, because I have a lot of work to do during the day.
I make my bed, wash my face, put my clothes on and go to the kitchen to have breakfast. My mother usually prepares, breakfast for me, but sometimes I do it myself. If I prepare my breakfast for my own, I should have to get up earlier. I do not like big breakfasts; I prefer a cup of coffee and a sandwich.
When a school-girl I always envied those students who went to school five but not six days a week, as we did. So you may guess, I had the only day off — Sunday. On Sunday, I didn't have to hurry anywhere, that's why, I got up at nine or ten o'clock. I wasn't an early riser.
I did my bed, washed myself and went to the kitchen. In the kitchen the table had already been laid and I always had something tasty on Sunday: fried potatoes, meat salad or my favourite apple pies. After breakfast, if the weather was sunny, I usually didn't stay indoors, I went to see my friends.
One of the most difficult problems a young person faces is deciding what to do about a career.
There are individuals, of course, who from the time they are six years old "know" that they want to be doctors or pilots or fire fighters, but the majority of us do not get around to making a decision about an occupation or career.
Choosing an occupation takes time, and there are a lot of things you have to think about as you try to decide what you would like to do.
1). We have a nice flat rather far from the centre of the city. 2). It is in a new sixteen-storey high-rise building in Peace Avenue. 3). As there are so many storeys in the building it has two lifts. 4). Our flat is on the fourth. 5). It has all modern conveniences such as central heating, gas, electricity, cold and hot water, and a chute to carry rubbish down.
6). There are three rooms, a kitchen, a bathroom and a hall in our flat. 7). The sitting room with a wall-size window facing the park is quite large. 8). In this room there is a furniture unit. 9). There is a TV-set, a video-recorder and a tape-recorder here. 10). On the walls there are five paintings. 11). A thick carpet covers the floor. 12). We spend evening hours in this room. 13). We watch TV, listen to the music or discuss the problems of the day.
As a rule, I get up at half past six. I put on my dressing-gown, go into bathroom and turn on the bath taps. Good health is better than wealth, so I do my morning exercises. I get breakfast at seven-thirty and listen to the news over the radio.
I like to begin the day well, so my breakfast is always a good one. For breakfast I usually have hard-boiled eggs or an omelette, bread and butter, tea or coffee; I read my newspaper with my last cup of coffee before I leave home.
As soon as I wake up I open the bedroom window and breathe in some fresh air. Then I go to have a shower. I start with a warm shower and then I turn the water onto cold and for a few seconds I have a really cold shower and let the water run over me. It really wakes you up.
After that I do a few exercises. I think it's really important to do this, because it makes your body feel good and keep the muscles firm. I usually exercise my stomach muscles and my leg muscles. Then I go and have my breakfast.