ПОСТАВЬ АРТИКЛЬ НА МЕСТО!!!

site1Дорогие студенты. Для того, чтобы сделать значительный прогресс в правильном употреблении артиклей, предлагаю свой испытанный метод.
Берется посильный для вас текст, может быть, даже достаточно для вас простой. Делаете его копию, переводите, а потом удаляете артикли.
Пробелов после вашего удаления не должно быть, чтобы вы не знали, что именно в этом месте должен стоять определенный или неопределенный артикль. Вместо пробела должно быть расстояние, равное одному интервалу, то есть такое же, как между словами текста.

После этого отложите текст на несколько часов или на сутки, а потом вставьте артикли по памяти и по вашему ощущению их необходимости. Потом сравните с оригиналом. Успех не заставит ждать.
Первый текст я для вас подготовил, а далее делайте это сами. Находите в интернете истории в текстовом режиме на ваш вкус.
Можете воспользоваться сайтом  www.lengish.com и выбрать по вашему вкусу диалоги, тексты, статьи и топики.
Советую вставлять артикли не на мониторе, а в распечатанном на принтере виде, поскольку отсутствие артикля иногда будет выделено зеленым подчеркиванием, как ошибка, и вы сами себе создадите подсказки. Или же отключите функцию проверки текстов на вашем компьютере.
А теперь прочтите текст, добейтесь понимания  каждой фразы в нем, потом прочтите его снова, обращая внимание на расстановку артиклей. Затем некоторое время позанимайтесь чем угодно для того, чтобы ослабить немного, усыпить кратковременную память, и попытайтесь расставить артикли по своим местам. Упражняясь таким образом неоднократно, вы решите проблему, которую многие не могут решить на протяжении всей жизни.

ОРИГИНАЛ
A. Conan Doyle (1859-1930)

With the words «Elementary, my dear Watson …», the most famous detective of all time, Sherlock Holmes, starts to explain a crime to his friend, Dr. Watson. That phrase has now entered the English language.

Sherlock Holmes first appeared in a book called ‘Study in Scarlet’. He became famous in ‘The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes’, first published in the ‘Strand Magazine’. After that came a whole series of books about him: ‘The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, ‘The Return of Sherlock Holmes’, ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’, and many others. Many thousands of the Sherlock Holmes books are still sold every year.

Who invented Sherlock Holmes? Arthur Conan Doyle was his inventor. Arthur Conan Doyle was born in Scotland, of Irish parents. He was a doctor. In 1882 he moved from Scotland to England, to Southsea near Portsmouth, to set up a practice. One of the doctors he worked for, Dr. Joseph Bell, was the model for Sherlock Holmes’s friend, Dr. Watson. Conan Doyle’s medical knowledge was a great help to him in his detective stories.

Conan Doyle started the fashion of the detective story. Today the fashion goes on – with Simenon’s Inspector Maigret stories and the stories of other writers.

And what sort of man is Sherlock Holmes? We learn a lot about him from the stories in which he appears. He has a thin face and intelligent eyes. He speaks when he has something to say. He smokes a pipe (he has a collection of them). He plays the violin. He lives at 221 ‘B’ Baker Street in London.

If you go to London, you will not be able to find 221 ‘B’ Baker Street. But instead, you can go to a pub called «The Sherlock Holmes» in Northumberland Street (near Trafalgar Square). In that pub there is a room like Sherlock Holmes’s room at 221 ‘B’ Baker Street, as described in Conan Doyle’s stories. There is also the stuffed head of a hound. It is said to be the original ‘hound of the Baskervilies’!

АРТИКЛИ УДАЛЕНЫ
A. Conan Doyle (1859-1930)

With  words «Elementary, my dear Watson …»,  most famous detective of all time, Sherlock Holmes, starts to explain  crime to his friend, Dr. Watson. That phrase has now entered  English language.

Sherlock Holmes first appeared in  book called ‘Study in Scarlet’. He became famous in ‘ Adventures of Sherlock Holmes’, first published in  ‘Strand Magazine’. After that came  whole series of books about him: ‘ Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, ‘ Return of Sherlock Holmes’, ‘ Hound of the Baskervilles’, and many others. Many thousands of Sherlock Holmes books are still sold every year.

Who invented Sherlock Holmes? Arthur Conan Doyle was his inventor. Arthur Conan Doyle was born in Scotland, of Irish parents. He was  doctor. In 1882 he moved from Scotland to England, to Southsea near Portsmouth, to set up  practice. One of  doctors he worked for, Dr. Joseph Bell, was  model for Sherlock Holmes’s friend, Dr. Watson. Conan Doyle’s medical knowledge was  great help to him in his detective stories.

Conan Doyle started  fashion of  detective story. Today  fashion goes on – with Simenon’s Inspector Maigret stories and the stories of other writers.

And what sort of man is Sherlock Holmes? We learn  lot about him from  stories in which he appears. He has  thin face and intelligent eyes. He speaks when he has something to say. He smokes  pipe (he has  collection of them). He plays  violin. He lives at 221 ‘B’ Baker Street in London.

If you go to London, you will not be able to find 221 ‘B’ Baker Street. But instead, you can go to pub called «The Sherlock Holmes» in Northumberland Street (near Trafalgar Square). In that pub there is  room like Sherlock Holmes’s room at 221 ‘B’ Baker Street, as described in Conan Doyle’s stories. There is also  stuffed head of  hound. It is said to be  original ‘hound of  Baskervilies’!

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