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IX Reading
THE CRANBERRY
The cranberry is a North American fruit that grows on a bush. The cranberry is small, round, red, and very bitter. American Indians used the berries for food and in medicine. When settlers first came from England in the 1600s, they liked these berries too. The settlers had never seen berries before and decided to call them “crane berries” because birds called cranes ate them.
The cranberry bush does not grow everywhere in the United States, in fact, it grows only in five states. These states have the special conditions that the cranberry bush needs.
Cranberries ripen when the weather starts to become cold. We can see cranberries in the stores in the fall. Many people eat cranberries as part of the feast of Thanksgiving in November.
Sometimes cranberries are cooked and made into a sauce or a jelly. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less bitter.
Cranberry growers separate the best cranberries from all the rest. It’s hard to recognize the best cranberries just by looking. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was developed accidentally by a man named John Webb.
One day, as Webb was taking a container of berries down some steps, he spilled the berries. While he was picking them up, he noticed something interesting. The bad berries had stayed on the top steps, and the best ones had bounced all the way down to the bottom. Today, cranberry growers use a seven-step test to separate berries. The best berries are those that bounce down all seven steps.

IX Reading
THE CRANBERRY
The cranberry is a North American fruit that grows on a bush. The cranberry is small, round, red, and very bitter. American Indians used the berries for food and in medicine. When settlers first came from England in the 1600s, they liked these berries too. The settlers had never seen berries before and decided to call them “crane berries” because birds called cranes ate them.
The cranberry bush does not grow everywhere in the United States, in fact, it grows only in five states. These states have the special conditions that the cranberry bush needs.
Cranberries ripen when the weather starts to become cold. We can see cranberries in the stores in the fall. Many people eat cranberries as part of the feast of Thanksgiving in November.
Sometimes cranberries are cooked and made into a sauce or a jelly. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less bitter.
Cranberry growers separate the best cranberries from all the rest. It’s hard to recognize the best cranberries just by looking. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was developed accidentally by a man named John Webb.
One day, as Webb was taking a container of berries down some steps, he spilled the berries. While he was picking them up, he noticed something interesting. The bad berries had stayed on the top steps, and the best ones had bounced all the way down to the bottom. Today, cranberry growers use a seven-step test to separate berries. The best berries are those that bounce down all seven steps.

IX Reading
THE CRANBERRY
1. True or false.
1. There are cranberry trees in North America
2. The fruit got its name after the writer named Thomas Crane.
3. The cranberry can be used to treat sick people.
4. Cranberries did not grow in England in the 17th century.
5. Cranberries can be grown everywhere.
6. The best time to eat cranberries is late July.
7. It’s not easy to find fresh cranberries for an Easter feast.
8. Cranberries can’t be cooked at all.
9. Experts can easily recognize the best cranberries just by looking at them.
10. Nowadays, cranberry growers have seven methods to separate berries.

2. Complete the sentences.
1. The cranberry is a North American fruit that……………….
2. American Indians used the berries………………..
3. The cranberry became known on the territory of the modern USA ………………..
4. The cranberry bush…………..everywhere in the United States.
5. Cranberries ripen when the weather ………………..
6. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less…………………..
7. Cranberry growers separate ……………………..from all the rest.
8. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was ……………by a man named John Webb.
9. The bad berries had ………………
10. The best berries are those that bounce ……………

3. Answer the questions.
1. Why did the settlers from England call the berries “cranberries”?
2. Why do cranberry bushes grow only in five states?
3. What feast is connected with cranberries?
4. How did John Webb discover his method?
5. Do you like cranberries? Why?

THE CRANBERRY
The cranberry is a North American fruit that grows on a bush. The cranberry is small, round, red, and very bitter. American Indians used the berries for food and in medicine. When settlers first came from England in the 1600s, they liked these berries too. The settlers had never seen berries before and decided to call them “crane berries” because birds called cranes ate them.
The cranberry bush does not grow everywhere in the United States, in fact, it grows only in five states. These states have the special conditions that the cranberry bush needs.
Cranberries ripen when the weather starts to become cold. We can see cranberries in the stores in the fall. Many people eat cranberries as part of the feast of Thanksgiving in November.
Sometimes cranberries are cooked and made into a sauce or a jelly. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less bitter.
Cranberry growers separate the best cranberries from all the rest. It’s hard to recognize the best cranberries just by looking. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was developed accidentally by a man named John Webb.
One day, as Webb was taking a container of berries down some steps, he spilled the berries. While he was picking them up, he noticed something interesting. The bad berries had stayed on the top steps, and the best ones had bounced all the way down to the bottom. Today, cranberry growers use a seven-step test to separate berries. The best berries are those that bounce down all seven steps.
1. True or false.
1. There are cranberry trees in North America
2. The fruit got its name after the writer named Thomas Crane.
3. The cranberry can be used to treat sick people.
4. Cranberries did not grow in England in the 17th century.
5. Cranberries can be grown everywhere.
6. The best time to eat cranberries is late July.
7. It’s not easy to find fresh cranberries for an Easter feast.
2. Complete the sentences.
1. The cranberry is a North American fruit that………
2. American Indians used the berries………………..
3. The cranberry became known on the territory of the modern USA ………………..
4. The cranberry bush…………..everywhere in the United States.
5. Cranberries ripen when the weather ………………..
6. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less…………
7. Cranberry growers separate ……….from all the rest.
8. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was ……………by a man named John Webb.
9. The bad berries had ………………
10. The best berries are those that bounce ……………
3. Answer the questions.
1. Why did the settlers from England call the berries “cranberries”?
2. Why do cranberry bushes grow only in five states?
3. What feast is connected with cranberries?
4. How did John Webb discover his method?
5. Do you like cranberries? Why?
THE CRANBERRY
The cranberry is a North American fruit that grows on a bush. The cranberry is small, round, red, and very bitter. American Indians used the berries for food and in medicine. When settlers first came from England in the 1600s, they liked these berries too. The settlers had never seen berries before and decided to call them “crane berries” because birds called cranes ate them.
The cranberry bush does not grow everywhere in the United States, in fact, it grows only in five states. These states have the special conditions that the cranberry bush needs.
Cranberries ripen when the weather starts to become cold. We can see cranberries in the stores in the fall. Many people eat cranberries as part of the feast of Thanksgiving in November.
Sometimes cranberries are cooked and made into a sauce or a jelly. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less bitter.
Cranberry growers separate the best cranberries from all the rest. It’s hard to recognize the best cranberries just by looking. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was developed accidentally by a man named John Webb.
One day, as Webb was taking a container of berries down some steps, he spilled the berries. While he was picking them up, he noticed something interesting. The bad berries had stayed on the top steps, and the best ones had bounced all the way down to the bottom. Today, cranberry growers use a seven-step test to separate berries. The best berries are those that bounce down all seven steps.
1. True or false.
1. There are cranberry trees in North America
2. The fruit got its name after the writer named Thomas Crane.
3. The cranberry can be used to treat sick people.
4. Cranberries did not grow in England in the 17th century.
5. Cranberries can be grown everywhere.
6. The best time to eat cranberries is late July.
7. It’s not easy to find fresh cranberries for an Easter feast.
2. Complete the sentences.
1. The cranberry is a North American fruit that………
2. American Indians used the berries………………..
3. The cranberry became known on the territory of the modern USA ………………..
4. The cranberry bush…………..everywhere in the United States.
5. Cranberries ripen when the weather ………………..
6. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less…………
7. Cranberry growers separate ……….from all the rest.
8. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was ……………by a man named John Webb.
9. The bad berries had ………………
10. The best berries are those that bounce ……………
3. Answer the questions.
1. Why did the settlers from England call the berries “cranberries”?
2. Why do cranberry bushes grow only in five states?
3. What feast is connected with cranberries?
4. How did John Webb discover his method?
5. Do you like cranberries? Why?

THE CRANBERRY
The cranberry is a North American fruit that grows on a bush. The cranberry is small, round, red, and very bitter. American Indians used the berries for food and in medicine. When settlers first came from England in the 1600s, they liked these berries too. The settlers had never seen berries before and decided to call them “crane berries” because birds called cranes ate them.
The cranberry bush does not grow everywhere in the United States, in fact, it grows only in five states. These states have the special conditions that the cranberry bush needs.
Cranberries ripen when the weather starts to become cold. We can see cranberries in the stores in the fall. Many people eat cranberries as part of the feast of Thanksgiving in November.
Sometimes cranberries are cooked and made into a sauce or a jelly. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less bitter.
Cranberry growers separate the best cranberries from all the rest. It’s hard to recognize the best cranberries just by looking. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was developed accidentally by a man named John Webb.
One day, as Webb was taking a container of berries down some steps, he spilled the berries. While he was picking them up, he noticed something interesting. The bad berries had stayed on the top steps, and the best ones had bounced all the way down to the bottom. Today, cranberry growers use a seven-step test to separate berries. The best berries are those that bounce down all seven steps.
1. True or false.
1. There are cranberry trees in North America
2. The fruit got its name after the writer named Thomas Crane.
3. The cranberry can be used to treat sick people.
4. Cranberries did not grow in England in the 17th century.
5. Cranberries can be grown everywhere.
6. The best time to eat cranberries is late July.
7. It’s not easy to find fresh cranberries for an Easter feast.
2. Complete the sentences.
1. The cranberry is a North American fruit that………
2. American Indians used the berries………………..
3. The cranberry became known on the territory of the modern USA ………………..
4. The cranberry bush…………..everywhere in the United States.
5. Cranberries ripen when the weather ………………..
6. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less…………
7. Cranberry growers separate ……….from all the rest.
8. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was ……………by a man named John Webb.
9. The bad berries had ………………
10. The best berries are those that bounce ……………
3. Answer the questions.
1. Why did the settlers from England call the berries “cranberries”?
2. Why do cranberry bushes grow only in five states?
3. What feast is connected with cranberries?
4. How did John Webb discover his method?
5. Do you like cranberries? Why?
THE CRANBERRY
The cranberry is a North American fruit that grows on a bush. The cranberry is small, round, red, and very bitter. American Indians used the berries for food and in medicine. When settlers first came from England in the 1600s, they liked these berries too. The settlers had never seen berries before and decided to call them “crane berries” because birds called cranes ate them.
The cranberry bush does not grow everywhere in the United States, in fact, it grows only in five states. These states have the special conditions that the cranberry bush needs.
Cranberries ripen when the weather starts to become cold. We can see cranberries in the stores in the fall. Many people eat cranberries as part of the feast of Thanksgiving in November.
Sometimes cranberries are cooked and made into a sauce or a jelly. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less bitter.
Cranberry growers separate the best cranberries from all the rest. It’s hard to recognize the best cranberries just by looking. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was developed accidentally by a man named John Webb.
One day, as Webb was taking a container of berries down some steps, he spilled the berries. While he was picking them up, he noticed something interesting. The bad berries had stayed on the top steps, and the best ones had bounced all the way down to the bottom. Today, cranberry growers use a seven-step test to separate berries. The best berries are those that bounce down all seven steps.
1. True or false.
1. There are cranberry trees in North America
2. The fruit got its name after the writer named Thomas Crane.
3. The cranberry can be used to treat sick people.
4. Cranberries did not grow in England in the 17th century.
5. Cranberries can be grown everywhere.
6. The best time to eat cranberries is late July.
7. It’s not easy to find fresh cranberries for an Easter feast.
2. Complete the sentences.
1. The cranberry is a North American fruit that………
2. American Indians used the berries………………..
3. The cranberry became known on the territory of the modern USA ………………..
4. The cranberry bush…………..everywhere in the United States.
5. Cranberries ripen when the weather ………………..
6. After they are cooked, cranberries taste less…………
7. Cranberry growers separate ……….from all the rest.
8. So cranberry growers use a special method, which was ……………by a man named John Webb.
9. The bad berries had ………………
10. The best berries are those that bounce ……………
3. Answer the questions.
1. Why did the settlers from England call the berries “cranberries”?
2. Why do cranberry bushes grow only in five states?
3. What feast is connected with cranberries?
4. How did John Webb discover his method?
5. Do you like cranberries? Why?

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Євстратенко Сергій Сергійович, вчитель англійської мови 1 категорії, Херсонської спеціалізованої школи №52

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