From March 1980 to December 1983, the author took part in regular observations of variability of maser radio emission in the H2O line at 22 GHz. The observations were carried out at the 22-meter radio telescope of the P. Lebedev Physical Institute (USSR Academy of Sciences) in Pushchino (Moscow Region). The interval between consecutive observational sessions was usually 1.5–2 months. The observational program included 21 late-type variable stars (Miras and SRs): R Aql, RR Aql, RT Aql, SY Aql, U Aur, NV Aur, RX Boo, VY CMa, S CrB, KY Cyg, NML Cyg, U Her, W Hya, X Hya, R Leo, U Lyn, U Ori, UU Peg, VX Sgr, RS Vir, RT Vir. The results for eight stars ending June 1982 were published by Berulis et alt (1983). A comparison was made between the time dependences of the H2O line radio flux F and the curves of visual and near-infrared brightness of the stars. Miras (R Aql, R Leo, U Ori, U Aur), as a rule, have a rise in F connected with the visual maximum (phase 0), the maximum F occurring at phases 0.1–0.2 (see figure for an example). Not all visual maxima (only one out of each two or three) are accompanied by H2O flares. This Miras! behaviour was also noted earlier in the H2O line by Berulis et al. (1984), Gómez Balboa and Lépine (1986), as well as in the SiO maser line v=1, J=2−1 by Nyman and Olofsson (1986).