CHILDHOOD • to take someone back - přenést někoho zpátky do minulosti • to grow up - vyrůstat • to bring up - vychovat / vychovávat Vicki: I’d like to start by talking about your early life - your childhood... Callum: my childhood? Vicki: yes, I want to take you back, to remember your childhood…. Callum: so we’re going back in time? Vicki: that’s right, so let’s take you back in time now! Vicki: so, Callum, you were born in England, is that right? Callum: yeah. I was born in England. Vicki: where did you live as a child? Callum: well…I grew up in New Milton. Vicki: so you grew up there - you spent your childhood there. And what kind of upbringing, did you have? I mean were your parents strict with you? Callum: I guess my parents didn’t really bring me up too strictly. Příklady: 1. To take someone back: That soup smells great - it really takes me back to my childhood ‘cos my mum used to make chicken soup if I was ill. 2. To grow up: I was born in Britain, but I grew up in hong kong because my parents moved there when I was a baby. 3. To bring up, to grow up: I’d like to bring my children up in the countryside, because it’s good to have fresh air when you’re growing up. 4. To bring up: I was brought up to believe that you should never lie. VOCABULARY: to smell - vonět i smrdět childhood - dětství upbringing - výchova strict - přísný ‘cos – because - protože to move - stěhovat se countryside - venkov to lie - lhát CVIČENÍ (přeložte): 1. To mě opravdu přeneslo do minulosti. 2. Když jsem byl malý, tak jsme neměli moc peněz. 3. Ráda bych děti vychovala tak, aby byly hodné a ohleduplné.