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VII. COMMUNICATION SKILLS



A.Imagine you are abroad and suddenly you feel badly. Ask to call a doctor. Make up dialogues, using everyday expressions.

B. Here are the ten most popular sports in Great Britain. Take the sports you know something about and grade them according to how exciting or boring you think they are. Association football (or soccer) Rugby football Cricket Racing Lawn tennis Badminton Table tennis Croquet Golf Fishing

C. To know more about Britain, answer the following questions (find the information from the other sources):

1. Is the Queen of the United Kingdom also the Queen of some other countries?

2. Who are called 'frontbenchers' and 'backbenchers'?

3. Who are called 'the Tories' and who were called 'the Whigs'?

4. What are the two groups of British newspapers?

5. What do the letters BBC stand for?

6. Why is the UK also called Great Britain, England or the British Isles?

7. Which is the highest point in the British Isles?

8. Which are the best-known streets of London?

9. When does selection usually take place? What do you think about selection procedures?

10. How do public schools differ from comprehensive ones?

11. Why do people call W. Shakespeare the 'Swan of Avon'?

12. What plays written by Shakespeare do you know?

13. What prominent English actors do you know?

14. What do you know about the National Youth Theatre?

15. What does the bagpipe look like? What sound does it produce?

D. Make the presentation about one of the Holidays in Great Britain. Tell about it to your groupmates.

VIII. WRITING

Collect information on the following topics:

a) Britain’s past connections with the rest of the world.

b) Britain’s future connections with the rest of the world.

Organise your information into two paragraphs and write an account of Britain’s international relations.

 

IX. WORD LIST


a bruise

a capital

a chemist

a cough

a heart attack

a part

a prescription

a rash

a splinter

a vessel

all day long

allergic

appearance

association football (soccer)

asthma

badminton

bagpipe

between

Can I make an appointment to see the doctor?

changeable

climate

cloud

cloudy

colleges

compulsory education

consist of

constitutional

core subject

cricket

croquet

crowned

deep

department store

described

diarrhea

distribution

dominate the life of

expensive

famous for

fishing

flat

flu

fog

foggy

foreign language

fortress

get acquainted with



golf

goods

government

heat

heavily

hot

How do I call the doctor?

How do I get to the hospital?

humid

humidity

I feel much better.

I feel nauseous.

I feel sick.

I feel worse.

I have a backache.

I have a cold.

I have a headache.

I have something in my eye.

ic(e)y

ice

I'd like to make an appointment to see the doctor.

I'm taking this medicine.

infant school

Is it serious?

It hurts here.

It's an emergency.

lawn tennis

lung cancer

luxury

major isle

manufacturing

member

monarch

monarchy

mostly

mountain

museum

My leg hurts.

My stomach is upset.

nursery school

official

opposite

pain

painkilling

patron

physical education

places of interest

playwright

Please, call a doctor.

Please, give me the doctor's phone-number.

primary school

prison

racing

rather

raw materials

royal residence

rugby football

sculptor

secondary school

sharp pain

She's blowing her nose.

She's coughing.

She's got a sore throat.

She's got a temperature.

She's sneezing.

shower

showery

sometimes

state

sun

sunny

surface

table tennis

temperate

textile industry

That time would be fine.

the party in power

throughout

to be appointed

to be associated with

to be connected with

to be divided into

to be elected by

to be exported

to be famous for

to be inhabited

to be limited by

to be made up of

to be referred to

to be separated from

to be washed by

to burry

to occupy

to rain

uneven

used to

variant

wealth

Where's the clinic?

wind

windy


 

Tongue-twisters

Read the following tongue-twisters as quick as you can, translate and learn them by heart.

 

Through three cheese trees three free fleas flew.

While these fleas flew, freezy breeze blew.

Freezy breeze made these three trees freeze.

Freezy trees made these trees' cheese freeze.

That's what made these three free fleas sneeze.

 

Betty Botter bought some butter but, said she, the butter's bitter.

If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter.

But a bit of better butter will make my bitter batter better.

So she bought some better butter, better than the bitter butter,

put it in her bitter batter, made her bitter batter better.

So 't was better Betty Botter bought some better butter.

 

How much juice does a fruit juice producer produce

when a fruit juice producer produces fruit juice?

We can deduce a fruit juice produces as much juice

as a fruit juice produce can seduce from the fruit that produces juice.

 

A maid named Lady Marmalade

made mainly lard and lemonade.

M'lady lamely never made

a well-named, labelled marmalade.

 

Whether the weather be fine

or whether the weather be not.

Whether the weather be cold

or whether the weather be hot.

We'll weather the weather

whether we like it or not.

 

Which Witch snitched the Snitch Witch?

Or did the Snitch Witch snitch the Witch?

If the Snitch Witch snitched the Witch

then which Witch did the Snitch Witch snitch?

 

 

Содержание:

1. Unit 1 …………………………………………………………………………3

2. Unit 2 ………………………………………………………………………..11

3. Unit 3 ………………………………………………………………………..19

4. Unit 4 ………………………………………………………………………..24

5. Tongue-twisters……………………………………………………………...33

 

Literature:

1. Козлова Г.А., Козлова А.М. Английский для авиационный специалистов. М.: ГОУ «Учебно-методический центр по образованию на железно дорожном транспорте», 2007. 344с.

2. Методические указания по разговорным темам (английский язык) для студентов 1 курса всех специальностей дневной и заочной форм обучения. Ч. 1. / составители: Гриднева Б.О., Заичко М.В., Колчанова Т.А. и др. / отв. редактор: Ржевская Е.Л. Тюмень: ТюмГНГУ, 2005. 31с.

3. О Британии кратко. Книга для чтения на английском языке. Сос. В.В.Ощепкова, И.И.Шустилова. М.: Иностранный язык, Оникс, 2000. -224с.

4. Chris Barker. Boost your vocabulary 3. Pearson, Longman, 2000. P. 40.

5. Harvey P., Jones R. Britain Explored. Longman. 2002, 178 p.

6. I study at Tyumen State Oil and Gas University / Н. И. Кузьмицкая: Учебное пособие. Тюмень: ТюмГНГУ, 2000. 62с.

7. McCarthy M, O’Dell F. English Vocabulary in Use. Cambridge University Press. 2000. 298p.

 

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KEYS

Unit 1.

Language study.

A. 1-b, 2-d, 3- f, 4-c, 5-g, 6-e, 7-a, 8-i, 9-h.

B. 1. medicine, 2. architecture, 3. agriculture, 4. psychology, 5. business studies, 6. history of art, 7. politics, 8. law.

Communication skills.

A. 1. How are you? 2. So am I. 3. a first-year student, 5. I am sorry. 6. a hostel, 7. I take part in, 8. do my best.

Unit 2.

Discussion.

B. Abba - I Am the City 1) street; 2) language; 3) city; 4) city; 5) hotels; 6) people; 7) parks; 8) air; 9) city; 10) be.

Language study

B. 1-h, 2-i, 3-k, 4-d, 5-c, 6-j, 7-p, 8-o, 9-e, 10-n, 11-f, 12-l, 13-a, 14-m, 15-g, 16-b


Unit 3

Language study

A. 1-q, 2-e, 3-s, 4-y, 5-d, 6-z, 7-ll, 8-kk, 9-p, 10-jj, 11-r, 12-o, 13-ii, 15-l, 16-hh, 17-gg, 18-c, 19-n, 20-m, 21-ff, 22-a, 23-t, 24-ee, 25-j, 26-k, 27-u, 28-dd, 29-f, 30-cc, 31-w, 32-v, 33-z, 34-b, 35-w, 36-h, 37-bb, 38-aa, 39-x, 40-g.

Translate the following Russian expressions into English using the Idioms above:

a. учить наизусть, b. дать слово, c. сделать все от себя зависящее, d. рассказать что-либо кратко, e. поднимать шум, f. влюбляться, g. делать за спиной что-либо (тайно), h. возлагать вину, обвинять, винить, i. не находить слов, j. злиться, выходить из себя, k. передумать, изменить решение, l. быть в таком же положении, как и кто-либо, m. зарабатывать на жизнь, n. сделать одолжение, оказать любезность, услугу, p. участвовать в чем-либо, q. устроить вечеринку, r. посмотреть на; ознакомиться, o. оказать помощь, s. сильно ругаться, t. потерять спокойствие, выйти из себя, u. рассказать всем, v. действовать кому-либо на нервы, w. делать поправку; учитывать, w. попасть в беду, x. это не шутка? y. плавать очень хорошо, z. иметь хорошую память, z. освободиться, aa. отложить на черный день, bb. положить конец чему-либо, ничтожить что-либо, cc. уживаться, ладить, dd. тратить деньги, ee. падать духом; впадать в уныние; отчаиваться, ff. чувствовать/быть/выглядеть уставшим, измученным, gg. обанкротиться, разориться, hh. быть в хорошем расположении духа/ расположенным к чему-либо, ii. позвонить по телефону, jj. случаться, kk. принимать во внимание, в расчет, ll. много есть.





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