Nice Because It’s Clean

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1 Выберите правильное слово, чтобы составить правдивые предложения о себе.
1 Я живу в многоквартирном доме/коттедже/караване/частном доме.

2 Я живу на 1-ом, 2-ом, 3-ем и т.д. этаже/в центре города/в пригороде/в деревне.
3 Мой Район тихий/шумный/многолюдный.
4 Там есть гараж/чердак/комната для гостей/подвал в моем доме.
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Навыки обучения
Использование карт слов
Карта слов организует слова, относящиеся к определенной теме в категории и подкатегории. Использование карт слов помогает построить наш словарь.

2 Перепишите карту слов в свой блокнот. Через минуту добавьте, столько слов, сколько вы можете придумать. Сравните с вашим партнером.
Используйте слова, чтобы описать свой дом своему партнеру.

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3 Прочитайте название статьи и посмотрите на фотографии. Какова, по-вашему, жизнь на космической станции?
Прослушайте и прочитайте, чтобы узнать.

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4 Прочитайте еще раз и соотнесите заголовки с пунктами. Существует один, который вам не нужно использовать. Подумайте альтернативы заголовкам для каждого пункта. Обсудите с партнером.
A Свободное время в космосе
В Правильное обучение
С Хорошее домашнее хозяйство
D Поддержание чистоты и здоровья
E Время отдыха
F Жизнь среди звезд
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5 Соотнесите слова/фразы, выделенные жирным шрифтом в тексте, с значением.
• смотреть долгое время • штрихи • огромный
• ударять • закрепить • упражнения • жители
• закрыли • нехватка • объезжая
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6 Вставьте: sleeping, zero, soft, space, pitch, lack, vacuum, airless, household, do (сон, нулевой, мягкий, пространство, поле, отсутствие, вакуум, безвоздушное, домашнее хозяйство, делать).
Выберите пять фраз и составьте предложения об астронавтах на МКС.

Вы бы хотели жить в триста шестидесяти километрах над поверхностью Земли, пролетая со скоростью почти 30 000 километров в час через мрачный безвоздушный космос? Да именно там и живут астронавты, работающие на гигантской Международной космической станции (МКС). «Круто!» – сказали бы вы. Ну. может быть. Давайте взглянем на то, что значит, в действительности жить в космосе.

Жить в невесомости — значит делать много вещей, которые отличаются от повседневной жизни. Во-первых, вы можете забыть о том, что такое тепленький душ по утрам, так как капли воды просто напросто уплывут. Астронавты пользуются вакуумным шлангом, чтобы

помыться. Кроме того, когда мышцы не работают против силы тяжести, как на Земле, они становятся очень слабыми. Именно поэтому, жители МКС, на самом деле, тратят по 2 часа в день на велотренажерах и гребных тренажерах.

Выхода из дома на МКС просто нет. Опасные бактерии быстро растут в невесомости, и космонавты чистят станцию каждый день, что примерно размером с футбольное поле! Кроме того, отсутствие тяжести делает простые вещи довольно странными! Возьмем еду, например, чтобы она не улетала, космонавты должны ‘положить’ продукт на специальный поднос, а затем пристегнуть его ремнями к ногам. Но зато, не надо стирать. Астронавты просто кладут свою грязную посуду и мусор в пластиковые мешки и отправляют их обратно на Землю.

Когда дело доходит до сна, нет необходимости в спальне! Астронавты могут спать где угодно, но они не могут рискнуть наткнуться на пульты управления, поэтому они цепляются ремнями к спальному мешку на стене. Это действительно расслабляет, ничего не давит на кожу. Но важно чем-то накрыть глаза, чтобы блокировать солнечный свет, так как солнце всходит и заходит каждые 45 минут, когда вы на орбите Земли.

Значит, когда астронавты не занимаются экспериментами, другими делами или ремонтом оборудования, у них появляется свободное время? Да, но мало! Они часто отправляют письма домой, читают книги или смотрят фильмы, но больше всего они любят смотреть в окно и фотографировать их настоящий дом, Землю!
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7 Вставьте: make, do, mop, keep, wash, take, dust, hang out (сделать, делать, вытирать, держать, мыть, принять, вытирать пыль, вывешивать).
1. мой номер опрятным
2. мытьё посуды, глажка, хлопоты
3. кровати, завтрак
4. выбросить мусор, собаку на прогулку
5. пол
6. посуду, одежду
7. стирка
8. мебель
Помогаете ли вы по дому? Используйте наречия частоты и вставленные фразы, чтобы составить предложения. Расскажите своему партнеру, как вы к этому относитесь.
> Я часто помогаю в домашних условиях. Я рад помочь. Я иногда беру собаку на прогулку. Я не против делать это.
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8 a Работайте в парах. Вы журналист, и ваш партнер является одним из астронавтов, проживающих на космической станции. Подготовьте вопросы и расспросите своего партнера о жизни в космосе, затем поменяйтесь ролями.
>A: Каково это жить в невесомости? Как вы едите, например?
В: Ну, это очень весело. Когда мы едим, мы.
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b Напишите три вещи, которые произвели на вас впечатление из текста. Прочитайте их своему партнеру.
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c Хотели бы вы жить в космосе? Почему/почему нет? Обсудите в парах.

9 Портфолио: Сейчас 3050 год и группа подростков, которые родились на космической станции, навещают Землю. Напишите листовку, дающую инструкции о том, как есть, спать, мыться, делать упражнения, делать работу по дому и проводить свободное время в месте с гравитацией.
> Во время еды, ваша пища не уплывёт, так что не привязывайте свой поднос к вашим ногам! Просто садитесь за стол и кладите вашу еду.
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Study skills
Using word maps
A word map organises words related to a particular topic into meaningful categories and sub-categories. Using word maps helps to build our vocabulary.

1) How would you like to live three hundred and sixty kilometers above the Earth, flying at almost thirty thousand kilometres an hour through dark, airless space? Well, that’s exactly how the astronauts working on the giant International Space Station (ISS) live. ‘Cool!’ you might say. Well. maybe. Let’s take a look at what it’s really like to live in space.
2) Living in zero gravity means doing lots of things differently. First of all, you can forget about having a nice hot shower in the morning, as the water droplets would simply float away. Astronauts have to use a vacuum hose to wash with. Also, when muscles don’t have to work against gravity as they do here on Earth, they go soft. So the residents of the ISS actually spend 2 hours a day working out on exercise bikes and rowing machines.
3) There’s no escape from household chores on the ISS. As dangerous bacteria grow quickly in zero gravity, the astronauts clean the whole station every day, which is about the size of a football pitch! Also the lack of gravity makes the simplest things in life seem quite weird! Take eating for example, to stop their meals floating away, astronauts have to ‘post’ food packages into a special tray and then strap the tray to their legs. At least there’s no washing up to do, though. The astronauts simply put their dirty dishes and rubbish into plastic bags and send them back to Earth.
4) When it comes to sleeping, there’s no need for a bedroom! The astronauts could sleep anywhere, but they can’t risk bumping into any computer controls so they strap themselves into a sleeping bag on the wall. It’s a truly relaxing experience, as nothing presses against the skin. It’s important to cover your eyes, however, to block out the light of the sun as the sun rises and sets every 45 minutes when you are orbiting the Earth.
5) So, when astronauts aren’t doing experiments or chores or repairing equipment, do they get any free time? Well, a little! They often send emails back home, read books or watch movies, but most of all they like to stare out of the window and take pictures of their real home, Earth!

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9 Portfolio: It’s the year 3050 and a group of teens who were born on a space station are coming to visit Earth. Write a leaflet giving instructions about how to eat, sleep, wash, exercise, do chores and spend free time in a place with gravity.
> When eating, your food doesn’t float away so don’t strap your tray to your legs! Simply sit down at a table and put your food.

Примеры готовых предложений с clean and nice из вдохновляющих источников на английском языке

After making sure that you’re clean and nice to look at, you need to be able to sit nicely.

«Everything has to be clean and nice » .

» Clean and nice ,» the former president said, smiling.

«When I came here, it was so clean and nice , everyone tended their gardens,» she said.

«They just want everything to look clean and nice because they want more sponsorship money».

«See how clean and nice it is?» Lydia said, entering a dining room with an open fireplace and a Shaker rake on the wall.

Nearby, Shane St. Val, 16, asked for his «hands waxed and a facial» so «my hands will be clean and nice and my face will feel good».

«It seems like nonsense to people, telling them the water is killing them when it looks so clean and nice ,» said Dr. Allan H. Smith, an epidemiologist at the University of California at Berkeley and an expert on arsenic.

In an era before such modern conveniences as washing machines anddryers, Flora expressed concern for a satisfactory cellar that wouldbe » clean and nice and serve as an excellent drying room forlaundry».

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Exercise 5. Choose the correct verb form (Past Perfect Simple or Continuous).

1. The flat was dirty. They hadn’t (cleaned/ been cleaning) it for weeks.

2. I was sad when I sold my car because I had (had/been having) it for a very long time.

3. I knew all those facts because I had (read/ been reading) about it in the report.

4. My stomach ached because I had (eaten/been eating) too much at the party.

5. He was very nervous at the beginning of the match because he had never (played/been playing) in the prime league before.

6. The roads were wet and dangerous because it had (rained/been raining) all night.

7. When I arrived at the party, Ann had already (left/been leaving).

8. We were good friends and we had (known/been knowing) each other for a long time.

9. They had (walked/been walking) for five hours before they reached the village.

10. I had (felt/been feeling) sleepy all day so I had to drink a lot of coffee.

11. We were extremely tired at the end of the journey. We had (travelled/been travelling) for more than a month.

12. She was sitting on the ground and was out of breath because she had (run/been running) the marathon.

. Поставьте глаголы из скобок в необходимую форму.

1. It’s still snowing. It … (snow) for hours. (Все еще идет снег. Он идет много часов.)

2. Steve … (date) four girls this weekend. (Стив ходил на свидание с 4 девушками в эти выходные.)

3. They … (win) two prizes so far. (Они пока выиграли 2 приза.)

4. I … (attend) a swimming-pool for 5 years. (Я посещаю бассейн в течение 5 лет.)

5. I … (peel) onions, that’s why my eyes are red. (Я чищу лук, поэтому мои глаза красные.)

6. Crank … (be) in hospital for 2 weeks already. (Мистер Крэнк лежит в больнице уже 2 недели.)

7. We … (know) each other since (Мы знаем друг друга с 2000 года.)

8. Our neighbor … (have) that car for 20 years. (У нашего соседа эта машина уже 20 лет.)

9. The baby … (cry) for a couple of hours. (Ребенок плачет пару часов.)

10. Don’t worry, the film … (not start) yet. (Не беспокойся, фильм еще не начался.)

11. Why are you short of breath, guys? – We … (jog) in the park since morning. (Почему вы так тяжело дышите, ребята? – Мы с утра бегаем в парке.)

12. The dish-washer is OK now. Dad … (repair) it. (Посудомоечная машина в порядке. Папа ее починил.)

13. Mum is very tired. She … (clean) the house all day. (Мама очень устала. Она весь день убирается дома.)

14. The room looks so cosy now. I … (hang) up the curtains. (Комната теперь такая уютная. Я повесила шторы.)

15. That dog … (bark) since last night. (Та собака лает со вчерашнего вечера.)

2. Используйте Present Perfect или Present Perfect Continuous в вопросительных предложениях.

1. Your shirt smells terrible! … (you/smoke)? (Твоя рубашка ужасно пахнет! Ты курил?)

2. How long … (you/wait) for them? (Как долго ты их ждешь?)

3. How many glasses of beer … (he/drink) today? (Сколько бокалов пива он сегодня выпил?)

4. … (you/ever/live) in a tent? (Ты когда-нибудь жил в палатке?)

5. Where … (you/be)? (Где ты был?)

6. How much money … (Kevin/spend) in the casino? (Сколько денег потратил Кевин в казино?)

7. … (those vegetables/boil) since 2 o’clock? (Те овощи варятся с двух часов?)

8. … (you/defrost) the fridge yet? (Ты еще не разморозила холодильник?)

9. How many messages … (she/send) today? (Сколько сообщений она послала сегодня?)

10. How long … (your sister/travel)? (Как долго твоя сестра путешествует?)

11. How many people … (Angela/invite) to her party? (Сколько людей пригласила Анджела на свою вечеринку?)

12. … (you/sit) here for a long time? (Ты долго тут сидишь?)

3. Найдите в диалоге ошибки во временах глагола.

— Hello, Charles. I didn’t see you since yesterday morning. Where have you been?

— Actually I work on my first novel.

— I see. How long have you written it?

— For three weeks already. I have made a lot of interesting characters. I’ve been so busy today. You know I didn’t have a single cup of coffee since morning.

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— And how many chapters have you been writing so far?

— 3 chapters are ready! And I have thought already of a nice title. But I didn’t decide yet what happens next.

— Well. Good luck to you!

1. has been snowing

4. have been attending

5. have been peeling

9. has been crying

10. hasn’t started

11. have been jogging

12. has repaired

13. has been cleaning

15. has been barking

1. Have you smoked?

2. How long have you been waiting for them?

3. How many glasses of beer has he drunk today?

4. Have you ever lived in a tent?

5. Where have you been?

6. How much money has Kevin spent in the casino?

7. Have those vegetables been boiling since 2 o’clock?

8. Have you defrosted the fridge yet?

9. How many messages has she sent today?

10. How long has your sister been travelling?

11. How many people has Angela invited to her party?

12. Have you been sitting here for a long time?

— Hello, Charles. I haven’t seen you since yesterday morning. Where have you been?

— Actually I have been working on my first novel.

— I see. How long have you been writing it?

— For three weeks already. I have made a lot of interesting characters. I’ve been so busy today. You know I haven’t had a single cup of coffee since morning.

— And how many chapters have you written so far?

— 3 chapters are ready! And I have thought already of a nice title. But I haven’t decided yet what happens next.

How to Clean Your Room! (Easy Cleaning Routine)

“Clean your rooooooom!”

Man, if I had a dollar for every time my parents yelled this very phrase at me when I was growing up, I’d probably still be doing this but I’d be doing it from a big old beach house along the California coast. It seems most of us dislike cleaning, but find even more excuses to not clean our rooms.

Don’t be fooled, I face the same cleaning challenges that everyone else does, I was not born with the auto-clean function. Those people have superpowers, kind of like people with 6-pack abs. On that note, created a really handy cleaning routine for the rest of us Muggles to follow, by very popular request.

Now, I must disclose that I’m not overly concerned about doing a perfect room cleaning (when I clean for myself; I have a different idea about how my company cleans for our clients), unless it absolutely needs to be, or for when we do a big annual or biannual clean. I’m more concerned about spending the least amount of time needed to get the room clean to a certain point and then I want to move on. The room cleaning method I’m showing you here is a cross between my company’s secret sauce and my personal opinion of what works best for me. It doesn’t cover everything, like windows, mattress cleaning, drawers, etc. but it does cover the basics. From time to time, you’ll want to throw in some extras. With this well laid out routine, you’ll know exactly where to add them in. We have a lot of great videos and blog posts which you can use as resources and I’ve linked them at the bottom of the post.

This method works for any room you have actually, but bedroom is a great place to demo the method.

There’s a printable for you as well as a video, which you can see here!

Melissa’s 3 Room Cleaning Rules

I have 3 rules about cleaning: trust me, these rules will save you time so listen up.

Rule 1 – Get in the right headspace

Um yeah, you need to be in the right headspace. I don’t know what you need to do to get there (maybe watch one of our videos :D), but if I am not in the mood for cleaning, I literally waste time doing everything else but clean. Just commit like 20-30 minutes to give your room the attention it needs. Pick your music ahead of time, get a drink, go to the bathroom, and then get cleaning.

Rule 2: Use the right tools and products, and have them all with you

Don’t waste your time using inadequate tools and products, get the good stuff that isn’t going to waste your time because of quality issues. Select items that you need; nothing more and nothing less, just enough to be efficient. My recommended product and tool list is below. Then, gather the items up and take them to the room, don’t leave one item out. If you have it all with you, you won’t need to leave your room and that will keep you focused.

Rule 3: Have a Method

Have a plan, and that’s why I am going to share my list with you, so that you know what to do and the order to do it in. Also, work clockwise and stay on course, that way you won’t need to remember what you have and have not cleaned. You save so much time by not backtracking.

Tools and Products

Ok, so assuming you’re in the right headspace (which takes care of rule #1), let’s go to tools and products. Here’s what you’ll need to clean your room:

  • Microfiber cloths for dusting, cleaning and polishing. I’d say to have 3.
  • Glass cleaning cloth, for mirrors and windows (if you feel like cleaning your windows)
  • Vacuum (mop if you have hardwood floors)
  • All purpose cleaner
  • Glass cleaner
  • Disinfectant (points of contact) – if you wish
  • Garbage bag, bag for recyclables, replacement garbage bag
  • Mop pole, hair elastic
  • Fresh linens, or at least strip your bed, was the sheets and have fresh ones ready to go (in the video, I don’t change my linens because I did so 3 days prior to shooting).

Now, you might have items and/or finishes in your room that I don’t have in mine, so if you have something that requires special attention, get the right product for it. Otherwise, this list will suffice.

Method

The method we’re going to use for this I will refer to as ‘3 Waves’. Essentially, you’re going to do 3 circles (waves sounds sexier and less kindergarden-y) around your room to cover off all the areas. The three waves are: tidying, cleaning, and floors. That way, you tidy and deal with garbage and laundry first, clean second, and vacuum (or mop) last. You can’t go wrong. You’ll always work clockwise and I pick the door as my ’12 O’Clock’ so that I always have a consistent start and finish point.

So, let’s get started!

First Wave:

The first wave involves picking up garbage and recycling, putting things where they belong (tidying) and quick organization. For this wave, you don’t need cleaning products, you just need your garbage bag/recycling bag and perhaps a laundry basket for items that don’t belong in your room. Keep those close to you.

As I go around my room, I am scanning from top to bottom, left to right for any item that needs to be ‘dealt with’. For example, any soda cans get recycled, garbage gets tossed, clothes are thrown on the bed if they are clean (which I will fold at the end of this wave) or on the floor if they are dirty, so that I know to take them to the laundry room after. Any items I don’t need in the room go into the laundry basket which I’ll leave outside my door and deal with after the clean is over.

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For the items that I pass which are in their right homes (because each item has a home you know), I tidy and organize them. I position them neatly and attractively on the surface (which we clean in the second wave). For example, an iPad, a book and a cell phone scattered on the night stand will be tidied by stacking them on the table surface with the largest item on the bottom (iPad), followed by the book and topped with the phone. A great tip I always use for tidying is to line my items up parallel or perpendicular to the edges of the furniture. That way, things always look straight.

Now, finish this wave up by folding those clothes and making the bed. Put the clothes away before you move on to the second wave.

Second Wave:

Now that the room is neat and tidy and free of distraction, I can actually clean it. For the second wave, we’re going to tackle the dusting, cleaning and polishing. To prepare for the second wave, I keep a dry microfiber cloth over my shoulder so that I can ‘buff’ surfaces and items dry (and access it quickly), a clean microfiber cloth in the other hand and a bottle of all-purpose cleaner in the other.

High and low dusting is the first thing you’re going to do. The important thing to know about dusting is that dust falls from the top to the bottom, so you want to start at the top and work your way down. That’s why we start with the high dusting. Prepare your high and low dusting tool now, by placing a dampened microfiber cloth over the end of a mop pole and securing it with the hair elastic. Start at your 12 O’Clock point and raise the tool up to the seam where the ceiling meets the wall. Walk it from corner to corner around the room (moving clockwise) dragging it along the corners and edges along the seam (cobweb central). While you’re at it, you can also clean any door frames, vents or light fixtures (which should be off if you are cleaning them). When this is done, you can either move on to cleaning, or what I did in the video is back track my steps and clean the baseboards using the same tool. I know I should wait until the end to do baseboards, but I was naughty.

Now that your high and low dusting is done, take 2 microfiber cloths and your bottle of all-purpose cleaner and glass cleaner. Leave the glass cleaner by your mirror so you don’t need to drag it around with you. Spray your cloth so that it’s damp and head to your 12 O’Clock area to start. Start scanning (top to bottom) and seek out any fingerprints or marks on the wall, points of contact, or horizontal surfaces that need dusting and polishing. You are literally going to scan, moving your head in an ‘yes’ position (up and down) looking for things that NEED cleaning. Include furniture and room decor in this scan, and clean items as necessary.

If you wish to disinfect your points of contact, use a disinfectant for this (unless your all-purpose cleaner does this too). When it comes to cleaning furniture, here’s what to do. Remove all items, and place safely on the floor, spray the furniture surface if you can, or just use a damp cloth to wipe if not. Wipe in an ‘S’ pattern (starting at one end and moving to the other, and zig-zag back and forth until you are done). Grab your buffing cloth if necessary to dry the surface before replacing items and then replace items, one by one, quickly wiping each one as you replace it in the right spot. Since you’ve already organized and tidied, you have less things to do during this wave, and you can strictly focus on cleaning. Check to see if your furniture’s vertical surfaces have fingerprints on them and spot clean as required (vertical surfaces get less dirty than horizontal ones, so they don’t need as much cleaning).

For your mirror, spray it with glass cleaner, then take a clean microfiber cloth and wipe using an “s’ pattern from top to bottom, and buff out any streaks as needed. Move along to your window sill, use a cloth to wipe the frame and sill of the window, and you can spot clean any fingerprints if you wish. I use the same method for picture frames, which you can see in the video. I also support any item by holding part of it secure with my left hand while I clean with my right hand. That prevents it from falling! I don’t clean my window coverings in this video, but you can certainly do this if you wish. See, with focused effort, this was easy and effective.

Third & Final Wave:

The room is clean, organized and now it’s time to perfect any misses, clean the floors and remove garbage, laundry and rogue items. For this, all you need is a vacuum (and mop if you have hard floors).

Start by emptying your garbage and replacing the bag (if you have one if you your room). Place the garbage and recycling bags, dirty laundry and rogue item pile by the door. Then, you’ll begin vacuuming. Now, you can do a quick vacuum of open areas (which I demo in the video), or you can start moving furniture out of the way (smaller stuff, not your bed), and using attachments to get into crevices, etc. The depth and level of detail is your call. Let it be known that I absolutely hate vacuuming, so I tend to cheat wherever possible in this area. But, being an allergy sufferer, I can’t ignore those crevices for long and need to do this every now and again. The attachments are great because they do allow you to go into detail, reaching areas your regular vacuum head can’t. Areas that are often forgotten are: under the bed, the crease where the carpet meets the wall (does yours look darker? It’s not supposed to be ombre you know �� ) and behind furniture where dust bunnies tend to hide. The point is, you vacuum, in whichever capacity you choose. The vacuum technique I demo in the video is what I call the ‘W’ pattern, and it leaves nice cuts in the carpet. See, even though I don’t like it I do a damn good job at it. That’s ’cause I’m a fighter.

Remember, there are lots more things you can do to get an even better, more detailed clean but I also know that too much of a routine can scare me (and probably you), so this is a basic one and you can build on it and customize it as you wish.

Cleaning points of contact: https://cleanmyspace.com/10-points-of-contact-to-keep-clean-this-cold-flu-season

Getting into the right cleaning headspace: cleanmyspace.com/making-cleaning-fun

So, that’s how I clean a room! What do you think? I hope this has triggered something within you and now you’re motivated to clean. What are your bedroom cleaning secrets, tell me!

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