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1. Study These Idioms and their Meanings. Give their Ukrainian equivalents.

after one`s own heart - well-liked for agreeing with one`s own feelings,

interests and ideas

at heart - in spite of, in reality

break one`s heart - make very sad or hopeless

change of heart - a change in the way one feels about something

cross one`s heart and hope to die - say that what one has said is surely true

(often used by children)

eat one`s heart out - grieve long and hopelessly for something, want

something

from the bottom of one`s heart - with great feeling, sincerely

from the heart - sincerely, honestly

get to the heart of (a matter) - understand the most important thing about

something

heart goes out to - one feels very sorry for, one feels sympathy for

 

1.1 Translate the sentences into Ukrainian paying attention to the use of the idioms.

1. My new boss loves to go fishing every weekend. He is a man after my own heart. 2. He seems to be very angry all the time but at heart is is a very gentle person. 3. It broke my heart to see the woman fall down during the race after she had tried so hard. 4. I had a change of heart about not going to Europe for my holiday and finally decided to go. 5. "I promise that I will meet you tomorrow. Cross my heart and hope to die." 6. "You can eat your heart out but I won`t give you a piece of this chocolate bar." 7. My sister thanked the man from the bottom of her heart for saving her dog`s life. 8. The President gave a speech from the heart after the terrible earthquake. 9. It took a long time but we finally got to the heart of the matter about the new employee. 10. My heart goes out to the victims of the hurricane that recently struck.

 

1.2 Group work:

a) Student A makes up sentences with the idioms from (1); Student B translates them into Ukrainian;

b) Student C makes up sentences in Ukrainian using Ukrainian equivalents of the idioms from (1); Student D translates them into English;

c) Student E makes up a situation with the idioms from (1); Student F translates it into Ukrainian;

d) Student G makes up a situation in Ukrainian using Ukrainian equivalents of the idioms from (1); Student H translates them into English.

 

2. Study These Idioms and their Meanings. Give their Ukrainian equivalents.

heart is in the right place - kindhearted, sympathetic or well-meaning

heart of gold - a kind, generous or forgiving nature

heart of stone - a nature without pity

heart skips a beat - be startled or excited from surprise, joy or fright

heart stand still - be very frightened or worried

heart-to-heart - speaking freely and seriously about something private

heavy heart - a feeling of being weighed down with sorrow, unhappiness

lose heart - feel discouraged because of failure, lose hope of success

open one`s heart - talk about one`s feelings honestly, confide in someone

search one`s heart/soul - study one`s reasons and acts, try to discover if one

has been fair and honest

set/have one`s heart set on - want very much

take heart - be encouraged, feel braver and want to try

wear one`s heart on one`s sleeve - show one`s feelings openly

with all one`s heart - with great feeling, sincerely

 

2.1 Translate the sentences into Ukrainian paying attention to the use of the idioms.

1. Although she makes a lot of mistakes her heart is in the right place. 2. My grandmother has a heart of gold and is always willing to help a stranger. 3. The man who murdered his wife and children has a heart of stone. 4. My heart skipped a beat when I saw my name on the television screen. 5. My heart stood still when the truck on the highway almost hit our car. 6. I had a heart-to-heart talk with my girlfriend last evening. 7. We left the meeting with a heavy heart when we heard that our boss would soon have to leave the company because of illness. 8. I tried not to lose heart even though I had failed my driver`s exam for the second time. 9. She suddenly opened her heart when I began talking to her on the bus. 10. I spent a lot of time searching my soul in order to try and find out why my girlfriend had left me. 11. I had my heart set on getting a dog for my birthday when I was a child but I never got one. 12. He took heart in the fact that his son was still going to school even though he was failing most of his courses. 13. After the going away party the salesman was wearing his heart on his sleeve. 14, I tried with all my heart to get my friend to go with me for a holiday but he wouldn`t come.

 

2.2 Group work:

a) Student A makes up sentences with the idioms from (2); Student B translates them into Ukrainian;

b) Student C makes up sentences in Ukrainian using Ukrainian equivalents of the idioms from (2); Student D translates them into English;

c) Student E makes up a situation with the idioms from (2); Student F translates it into Ukrainian;

a)    Student G makes up a situation in Ukrainian using Ukrainian equivalents of the idioms from (2); Student H translates them into English.

 

Check your knowledge of heart idioms

Choose an idiom at the bottom to replace the expression in the brackets below. Translate the sentences into Ukrainian.

 

Variant 1

1. He is a man (who has the same feelings and hobbies as me).

(a) wearing his heart on his sleeve (b) taking heart (c) losing heart (d) after my own heart

2. Last weekend I had (a serious) talk with my wife about our daughter.

(a) a heart-to-heart (b) an at heart (c) a heavy heart (d) a heart of gold

3. He is beginning to (feel discouraged) because he can`t find a job.

(a) search his heart (b) open his heart (c) lose heart (d) wear his heart on his sleeve

4. My sister (wants very much) a new walkman for her birthday.

(a) is breaking her heart for (b) has her heart set on (c) crossed her heart and hoped to die for (d) lost heart for

5. (He became very frightened) when he went to see the horror movie.

(a) His heart stood still (b) His heart was in the right place (c) His heart was of stone (d) His heart was of gold

 

Variant 2

1. My sister had a (feeling of unhappiness) when her boyfriend left her.

(a) heart-to-heart (b) change of heart (c) heart of gold (d) heavy heart

2. My friend always (talks openly about his feelings) to me.

(a) breaks his heart (b) opens his heart (c) searches his heart (d) crosses his heart and hopes to die

3. The politician seemed very cold but his recent speech was (very sincere and honest).

(a) after my own heart (b) at heart (c) from the heart (d) a heavy heart

4. I (was encouraged by) the fact that so many people volunteered to help with the charity auction.

(a) took heart from (b) broke my heart by (c) lost heart by (d) searched my heart from

5. He is a person with a (hard cold personality).

(a) heart in the right place (b) change of heart (c) heart of gold (d) heart of stone