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GENERAL ENGLISH FOR TECHNICAL STUDENTS



GENERAL ENGLISH FOR TECHNICAL STUDENTS

 

Ю.А. Зайцева, М.А. Адамович, Е.М. Анисимова

MODULE 1

 

PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION

 

 

MODULE 2

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

Level Elementary - Pre-Intermediate

 

CLASS BOOK

 

Учебное пособие

Экспериментальное пилотирование модульной программы

в 2005/2006 учебном году

 

 

Томск - 2006

Module 1 Personal Identification. Module 2 Hobbies and Interests :Учебное пособие по английскому языку для студентов ТПУ / Под редакцией Ковалёвой Ю.Ю. - Томск: Изд-во ТПУ, 2006. – 154 c. (Серия «General English for Technical students»)

 

 

Авторы-составители:

Зайцева Юлия Анатольевна

Адамович Марина Алексеевна

Анисимова Екатерина Михайловна

 

Учебное пособие серии “General English for Technical Students” предназначено для студентов первого курса неязыковых факультетов технического вуза, изучающих английский язык на основе многоуровневого подхода с ориентацией на международные стандарты.

Учебное пособие по Модулю 1 «Personal Identification» и Модулю 2 «Hobbies and Interests» серии “General English for Technical Students” (Elementary-Pre-Intermediate) позволяет студентам совершенствовать знание английского языка на Элементарном уровне и посредством интенсивной самостоятельной работы, как в аудиторное, так и внеаудиторное время достигнуть Промежуточного уровня владения английским языком.

В учебном пособии серии “General English for Technical Students” реализуется коммуникативно-когнитивный подход, используется комбинация отечественных и зарубежных технологий преподавания иностранного языка в высшей технической школе.

 

 

 

 

© Зайцева Ю.А., Адамович М.А., Анисимова Е.М.

© Томский политехнический университет, 2006

© Оформление. Издательство ТПУ, 200 6

ПРЕДИСЛОВИЕ

Перед Вами учебное пособие серии “General English for Technical Students”, разработанное преподавателями Института языковой коммуникации Томского политехнического университета специально для студентов первого курса ТПУ, изучающих английский язык на основе многоуровневого подхода с ориентацией на

международные стандарты.

Учебное пособие серии “General English for Technical Students” по коммуникативным модулям 1 “Personal Identification” и Модулю 2 “Hobbies and Interests ” рассчитано на интенсивное изучение английского языка в количестве 70 часов (44 часа аудиторной работы и 26 часов самостоятельной работы).

В основу разработки учебного пособия серии “General English for Technical Students” положен модульный принцип. Это означает, что с помощью учебных пособий данной серии Вы будете изучать 16 коммуникативных модулей.

 

CONTENTS

MODULE 1 PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION
LEVEL: Elementary- Pre Intermediate  
UNIT 1 GREETINGS Grammar: Possessive Pronouns, to be, the Possessive with ‘S
UNIT 2 mEETING PEOPLE Grammar: Have/Has got, Numbers
UNIT 3 PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD Grammar: the Present Simple Tense, Articles A/An
UNIT 4 DAILY ROUTINE Grammar: Prepositions of Time
Video class “OUR DAY”
Word list
Bibliography
MODULE 2 HOBBIES AND INTERESTS
LEVEL: Elementary- Pre Intermediate
UNIT 1 Keeping pets Grammar:Imperatives
UNIT 2 SPORTS CRAZY Grammar: like, be keen on, enjoy, don’t mind, love, Be fond of, be crazy about, dislike, hate + V ing ; Adverbs of Frequency, Adverb phrases, Superlative adjectives
UNIT 3 LEASURE ACTIVITIES Grammar: Much, many, a lot of, a lot, plenty of, Present Continuous
UNIT 4 MUSIC IN OUR LIFE Grammar: Present Continuous & Present Simple
Video class “SPARE TIME”
Word list
Bibliography

Module 1

PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION

 

 

ELEMENTARY - PRE-INTERMEDIATE

 

 

Unit 1

Greetings

 

LEAD-IN

VIDEO

Unjumble the letters and write the words. Note: the first two letters are correct.

Example:

a) bakn = bank

 

b) holet = _________

c) steka = _________

d) cimane = _________

e) teeloneph = _________

f) thareet = _________

g) sachwind = _________

h) totile = _________

i) retantsuar = _________

Watch the documentary for detail. Answer the following questions.

 

  • Where is Kevin at the start?
  • Where is Kevin at the end?

Watch again. Number the words in activity 1 in the correct order as they appear in the video, from 1 to 9.

Work in pairs and complete the form. Ask each other questions.

  YOU YOUR PARTNER   Surname _____________________ _______________________ First name____________________ _______________________ Nationality ____________________ _______________________  

Chile

People usually shake hands when they meet for the first time. When two women first meet, they sometimes give one kiss on the cheek. (They actually «kiss the air») Women also greet both male and female friends with a kiss. Chilean men give their friends warm abrazos (hugs) or sometimes kiss women on the cheek.

 

Finland

Finns greet each other with a firm handshake. Hugs and kisses are only for close friends and family.

 

The Philippines

The everyday greeting for friends is a handshake for both men and women. Men sometimes pat each other on the back.

Korea

Men bow slightly and shake hands to greet each other. Women do not usually shake hands. To address someone with his or her full name, the family name comes first, then the first name.

 

The United States

People shake hands when they are first introduced. Friends and family members often hug or kiss on the cheek when they see each other. In these situations, men often kiss women but not other men.

 

LISTENING

POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

I - my I like my job. we - our We like our job. you - your You like your job. he -his He likes his job. she -her She likes herjob. they - their They like their job. it - its Oxford (= it) is famous for its universities.

28 Complete the sentences with my, his, her, its, our, your or their.

Example:

1 My name’s Jan. What’s your name? (I/ you)

2 This is _______phone number. (they)

3 Is this ________TV? (he)

4 It’s ___________camera. (she)

5 Where’s ________ cup of coffee? (you)

6 ______________ cup’s on the table. (I)

7 Is this__________ dictionary? (he)

8 Where’s ________ cassette? (they)

 

TO BE

Positive Negative Question
Iam(I’m) he (he’s) she is (she’s) it (it’s)   we (we’re) you are (you’re) they (they’re) I am not (I’m not) he she is not it   we you are not they amI? he? Isshe? It?   we? are you? they?
I’m 32 years old. My sister is 29. It’s 10 o’clock. You’re late again. Jane isn’t at home at the moment. She is at work. Are books expensive in your country? Is it cold in your room?

 

Short answers

Yes, I am. He Yes, she is. it we Yes, you are. they No, I’m not. he’s No, she’s not. it’s we’re No, you’re not. they’re
Are you tired? Yes, I am. Are you hungry? No, I’m not but I’m thirsty.

Put in am, is or are.

Example:

1 The weather is very nice today.

 

2 I ________ not tired.

3 This case _______ very heavy.

4 These cases ______ very heavy.

5 The dog _________ asleep.

6 Look! There ______ Carol.

7 I ______ hot. Can you open the window, please?

8 This castle _______ one thousand years old.

9 My brother and I ______ good tennis players.

10 Ann _____ at home but her children ______ at school.

11 I _______ a student. My sister _______ an architect.

 

WRITING

Unit 2

Meeting people

 

Lead-in

VIDEO

READING

HAVE/ HAS GOT

  · You can use have or have got, has or has got:   I I (I’ve got) we we (we’ve got) you have = you have got (you’ve got) they they (they’ve got) he he (he’s got) she has = she has got (she’s got) it it (it’s got)   · I’ve got blue eyes. (or I have blue eyes.) · Tim has got two sisters. (or Tim has two sisters)  
negative he she has not it (hasn’t) I we have not got you (haven’t) they   question   I we have you they got? he has she it   short answers   I Yes, we have No, you haven’t they Yes, he has. No she hasn’t. it   · I’ve got a motorbike but I haven’t got a car.   · Have you got a camera? Yes, I have.    
  · In negatives and questions you can also use do/does + have:   · It’s a nice house but it doesn’t have a garden. (= it hasn’t got a garden) · Does Ann have a car? (= Has Ann got a car?)

Numbers

Say the telephone numbers.

Example: 30611 -Three oh six double one

9471122 0865 688592 844042 56321 0714059529 358002

Dramatize the conversation.

Student A:You want to know whose birthday it is today. Ask your partner questions. Use these words to help you.

  • Name?
  • Address?
  • Phone number?
  • Job?
  • Age?

Student B:Your partner wants to find out whose birthday it is today. Answer his questions using the information below.

 

Julia Roberts Hollywood California, The USA Tel. 1 (216) 782354 37 years old

WRITING

27 Draw your own family tree and write sentences describing relationships in your family using the possessive‘s.

Example:

Anna is my mother. She is my grandmother’s daughter.

Unit 3

People around the world

Lead in

VIDEO

1 Match these sentences with the pictures of jobs. Write A-G in the boxes.

1 I’m a doctor.  
2 I’m a housewife.  
3 I’m a teacher of English as a foreign language.  
4 I’m a tour guide at Leeds Castle.  
5 I’m an architect.  
6 I’m a director of a textile company.  
7 I’m a manager of a business centre.  

Circle the correct answer.

1 Who is the man in the picture?

 

A Charles Dickens

B William Shakespeare

C Ernest Hemingway

 

2 What is he?

 

A a doctor

B a musician

C a writer

 

3 What is the building? A The Globe Theatre

B The Tower of London

C Buckingham Place

READING

THE MAN WITH THIRTEEN JOBS

 

Seumas McSporran is a very busy man. He is 60 years old and he has thirteen jobs. He is a postman, a policeman, a fireman, a taxi driver, a boatman, an ambulance man, an accountant, a petrol accountant, a barman, and an undertaker. Also, he and his wife, Margaret, have a shop and a small hotel.

Seumas lives and works on the island of Gigha in the west of Scotland. Only 120 people live on Gigha but in summer 150 tourists come by boat every day.

Every weekday Seumas gets up at 6.00 and makes breakfast for the hotel guests. At 8.00 he drives the island’s children to school. At 9.00 he collects the post from the boat and delivers it to all the houses on the island. He also delivers the beer to the island’s only pub. Then he helps Margaret in the shop.

He says: «Margaret likes being busy, too. We never have holidays and we don’t like watching television. In the evenings Margaret makes supper and I do the accounts. At 10.00 we have a glass of wine and then we go to bed. Perhaps our life isn’t very exciting, but we like it.»

1 Seumas has thirty jobs.

A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say

 

2 Seumas and his wife Margaret have a big shop.

A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say

 

3 Both Seumas and his wife like being busy.

A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say

4 Seumas’ family live in the east of Scotland.

A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say

5 150 people live on Gigha but in summer 120 tourists come by boat every day.

A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say

6 In the evenings Margaret and Seumas sometimes watch television.

A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say

Complete the conversations.

1 A: Good __________. Can I _______ two ice-creams, please?

B: Chocolate or vanilla?

A: One chocolate, one vanilla please.

B: That’s ___________. Anything __________?

A: No, thank you.

 

2 A: Only ____ letters for you this ___________, Mrs. Craig.

B: Thank you very much, Mr. McSporran. And _______ ‘s Mrs.

McSporran this ___________?

A: Oh, she’s very well, thank you. She’s _________ in her shop.

 

3 A: A glass of ________ before bed, my dear?

B: Oh, yes please.

A: __________ you are.

B: Thank you, my dear. I’m very _______ this _________.

 

4 A: Hello, Mr. McSporran!

B: Good _____________, boys and girls. Hurry up, we’re late.

A: Can I sit here, Mr. McSporran?

C: No, no, I _____________ to sit there.

B: Be quiet_____________ of you, and SIT DOWN!

 

The Daily Grind

Brandon Smith

I’m a junior in high school, and I have a part-time job in a restaurant. I bus dishes on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30 until 4:00. I earn $5.50 an hour. It isn’t much money, but I save almost every penny! I want to go to a good university, and the cost goes up every year. Of course, I spend some money when I go out on Saturday night.

Lauren Russel

I’m a senior in high school. I have a job as a cashier in a grocery store. The job pays well - about $6.75 an hour. I work every weeknight after school from 4:00 until 8:00. I don’t have time for homework, and my grades aren’t very good this year. But I have to work, or I can’t buy nice clothes and I can’t go out on Saturday night. Also, a car costs a lot of money.

Erica Davis

I’m a freshman in college. College is very expensive, so I work in a law office for three hours every weekday afternoon. I make photocopies, file papers, and sort mail for $8.25 an hour. The job gives me good experiences because I want to be a lawyer someday. But I don’t want to work every semester. I need some time to study.

 

  Brandon Lauren Erica
1 To earn money for college      
2 To buy nice clothes      
3 To go out on the weekend      
4 To pay for a car      
5 To get job experience      

 

THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE

 

Positive   I/ we/ you/ they – do read like work play watch he/ she/ it – does reads likes works plays watches   have - has: I have - he/she/ it has Spelling -es after -s/ -ch/ -sh: pass-passes watch-watches finish-finishes also: do-does go-goes study-studies carry-carries   · We use the present simple for things that are true in general, or for things that happen sometimes or all the time:   ü I like big cities. ü The shops open at 9 o’clock and close at 5.30. ü The Earth goes round the Sun.   · We use the present simple with always/ never/ often/ sometimes/ usually. ü He always gets up at 7 o’clock. ü I usually go to work by car but I sometimes walk. Negative I/ we/ you/ they do not (don’t) do read like work play watch he/ she/ it does not (doesn’t) do read like work play watch   · We use don’t/ doesn’t + infinitive (like/ do/ speak/ work etc.)   ü She speaks Spanish but she doesn’t speak Italian.   Question   Do I/you/we/they play? Does he/she/it like?   · The word order in these questions is: do/does + subject + infinitive   ü Do you work on Saturdays? ü Do they like music? ü Does Chris often play tennis? · The questions beginning with a question word (What, Where, How, How much/many, How often, etc.) have the same structure:   Question word + do/does + subject + infinitive   ü Where do your parents live? ü How often do you wash your hair? ü What do you usually do at weekends? ü How much does it cost to fly to Rome? ü What does this word mean? Short answers Yes, I/ we/ you/ they do.No, I/ we/ you/ they don’t. Yes, he/she/ it does.No, he/she/ it doesn’t. ü Do you smoke? No, I don’t. ü Does he work hard? Yes, he does.

ARTICLES A/AN

· a = ‘one’ - Do you want a cup of tea. (not ‘Do you want cup of tea?’) - Alice works in a bank. (not ‘in bank’)   · an (not a) before a/ e/ i/ o/ u: - They live in an old house. - A mouse is an animal.   Also an hour (‘h’ is not pronounced: an (h)our) But: a university a European country   · We use a/an for jobs etc.: - What’s your job? - I’m a dentist. - What does she do? She’s an engineer.

28 Write a or an.


1 a book

2 an old book

3 ___ window

4 ___ horse

5 ___ airport

6 ___ university

7 ___ organisation

8 ___ restaurant

9 ___ Chinese restaurant

10 ___ Indian restaurant

11 ___ accident

12 ___ bad accident

13 ___question

14 ___important question

15 ___ hamburger

16 ___ hour

17 ___economic problem

18 ___ nice evening


Clever, brave

A Sean Connery is famous for his role as James Bond in the early 007 movies. James Bond is 1)________ because he deals with many dangerous people. He is also 2) ______. He always thinks of a way to get out of difficult situations and is always the one who wins.

stubborn, selfish, determined

BWhitney Houston plays the role of Rachel Marron in the film The Bodyguard. Rachel is 1)________, she doesn’t think of anyone but herself. She is 2)________ because she wants to be the best, but this also makes her 3)________. She never listens to other people when they give her advice.

Mysterious, suspicious

C David Duchovny is famous for playing Agent Mudler in the TV series The X-Files. Mulder is 1)________ person; he doesn’t trust other people. He is also 2) ________, and even those close to him don’t know everything about him.

Independent, sensible

D Gillian Anderson plays the role of Agent Scully in The X-Files. Scully is a(n) 1) ________ woman, who thinks for herself and makes her own decisions, Scully is very

2) ________. She doesn’t like taking dangerous risks.

Dramatize the conversation.

 

Student A: You are the manager of a job agency. Interview the job candidate. Ask him/her questions about his/her personal details. (find out the information about name, surname, marital status, current address, telephone number, nationality, place of birth and date of birth of the candidate)

Student B: Your goal is to find a job. Now you are at the job interview. Answer the questions of a manager. Ask him/ her questions about your prospective job.

Work in pairs.

Student A:You’re going on a day trip with your school. You know everything about it. Answer your partner questions using the information below.

SCHOOL BUS TRIP TO LONDON Saturday 24th September Morning - Buckingham Palace Lunch - 1. 00 p.m. Afternoon - shopping in Oxford Street   TAKE YOUR RAINCOAT!!

Student B:You want to go on this trip, but you don’t know anything about it, so ask Student A some questions. Use these words to help you.

 

SCHOOL TRIP { where to? { day? { visit? { take anything? { lunch?

Writing

 

Write a letter to your friend about your favourite job. Say why you like it and what this person usually does. Don’t forget to write the address and the date. Write 25-35 words. You’ll find more details in your workbook.

 

Unit 4

Daily routine

 

LEAD-IN

1 Find out if you are a morning person. Think about the first hour of your day. Tick what you usually do. Then discuss your answers with your partner. Use the following expressions in your speech:

§ Firstly

§ Secondly

§ After that I ...

§ As for me ....

A get up quickly sing in the bathroom talk to people have a good breakfast get dressed quickly start work quickly B wake up slowly lie in bed and think don’t talk to people don’ have breakfast read a newspaper start work slowly

Reading

My working day

My working day starts very early. From Monday to Friday I get up at half past three and have a shower and a cup of coffee. I usually leave the house at ten past four because the car always arrives a few minutes early. I get to the studio at about five o’clock and start work. Good Morning Britain starts at seven o’clock and finishes at nine o’clock. Then I leave the studio at a quarter past ten. After that, I get home at three o’clock. A woman helps me with the housework and the ironing. I read the newspaper and do some work. Then my husband gets home at half past five in the afternoon and I cook dinner. We stay at home in the evening. We don’t go out because I go to bed very early. We usually watch television and then I go to bed at half past eight. I’m usually asleep by nine o’clock. At weekends I don’t get up until ten o’clock. In the evening, we often see some friends or go to the cinema. But I’m always up early again on Monday morning.

 

 

LISTENING

You are going to hear Sam, who lives in London, talking about a typical day in his life. Look at the things he does. Before you listen, say which things you always, usually, sometimes and never do. Mark your answers in the table below. Put the letter Y (yourself) in the correct box.

  always usually sometimes never what time
go to a club          
go to a party          
do some work          
have breakfast          
have lunch          
go to bed          
have dinner in a restaurant          
go to a concert          
meet friends          
play football          
telephone a friend          
go to work/school          

Bobbi’s weekends

Bobbi Brown 1) lives in New Jersey. She 2) _____ thirty-four and 3) _____ for SKY TV in New York city. But she 4)_____ on weekdays, she only works at weekends. She 5) _______ famous people for an early morning news programme called The World This Weekend. On Saturdays and Sundays she 6) _____ at 3.00 in the morning because she 7) ________ work at 6.30! She 8) ______ her job because it is exciting.

 

PREPOSITIONS OF TIME

at: at seven o’clock at half past three at the weekend on: on Sunday on Tuesday on Monday morning from .. .to: from Monday to Friday from seven to nine o’clock  

A Questionnaire

How do you live?

Do you....? Me S 1 S 2
get up early on weekdays      
play tennis      
smoke      
drink wine      
like Chinese food      
watch TV a lot      
have a big breakfast      
have a computer      

Writing

OUR DAY

INTRODUCTION

PART 1

 

Answer the questions

 

1 What time do they have lunch?

_______________________________

2 What time do they finish lunch?

_______________________________

3 What time do they finish work?

_______________________________

PART 2

PART 3

Answer the questions.

 

What time does:

 

1 .... Christine get up?

2 ... Jim start work?

3 .. .Eleanor start school?

4 ... Jane get up?

5 .. Clive go to work?

6 ... Matthew go to bed?

 

20 Work in pairs. Who tells us when they:

1 … go to bed?

2 … come home?

3 … go shopping?

4 … give the children a bath?

5 … have break time?

6 … take the children to school?

Follow up

 

21 Work in groups of three or four. Prepare a classroom survey. Find out:

- when people get up

- when they have breakfast

- when they go to work/school

- when they have lunch

- when they come home from work/school

- when they have dinner

- what they do in the evening

- what they like doing

- when they go to bed

 

WORD LIST


Accountant

Actor

Address

Age

Ambulance man

Ankara

Application form

Architect

As for me

At half past three

Athens

Bank

Barman

Black

Blue

Boatman

Boy

Boyfriend

Brave

Britain

British

Business centre

Business meeting

Bye

Cairo

Calm

Cartoon

Character

Children

Chile

Chinese food

Cigar

Cinema

Clever

Country

Credit card

Current address

Date of birth

Daughter

Dentist

Director

Dishonest

Doctor

Dublin

Economist

Egypt

Egyptian

Eight

Eighteen

Eighty

Energetic

England

Family

Family tree

Favourite

Female

Fifteen

Fifty

Fifty-two

Fine

Finland

Fireman

First name

Five

Forename

Forty

Forty-four

Four

Fourteen

Freshman

Funny

Girl

Glasses

Good evening

Good morning

Good-looking

Grandmother

Greece

Green

Handshake

Happy

Hello

Helsinki

Hi

Honest

Hotel

Housewife

Housework

Hundred and twelve

Husband

Imaginative

Independent

Interviewer

Ireland

Ironing

Japan

Jealous

Job

Job interview

Kid

Kind

Kiss (n)

Korea

Landing card

Lazy

Leave the house

Library card

Lisbon

London

Loyal

Madrid

Maiden name

Make breakfast

Male

Man

Manager

Manila

Marital status

Married

Mean

Meet friends

Musician

Mysterious

Nationality

Nine

Nineteen

Ninety

Ninety-two

Nurse

Occupation

One hundred

One thousand

Part-time job

Pet

Petrol accountant

Phone number

Photographer

Place of birth

Poland

Police station

Policeman

Portugal

Post code

Postman

Private detective

Profession

Purple

Receptionist

Relationships

Restaurant

Road-sweeper

Sandwich

Santiago

Secondly

See friends

Selfish

Sensible

Seoul

Serious

Seven

Seven hundred and thirty-one

Seventeen

Seventy

Shake hands

Shop assistant

Shy

Sing in the bathroom

Single

Sir

Six

Sixteen

Sixty

Sociable

Son

South Korea

Spain

Steak

Stranger

Stubborn

Surname

Suspicious

Talkative

Taxi driver

Teacher

Telephone

Telephone card

Temporary employment

Textile Company

The Philippines

The United States of America

Theatre

Theatre ticket

Thirteen

Thirty

Three

To lie in bed

To be determined

To betray

To buy nice clothes

To cook dinner

To deliver letters

To do the housework

To do the washing up

To do work

To drink

To earn money

To get dressed

To get home

To get job experience

To get the bus/train to work/ school

To get up

To go out

To go shopping

To go to a club

To go to a concert

To go to a party

To go to bed

To go to the cinema

To go to work/school

To greet

To hate

To have a computer

To have a cup of coffee

To have a glass of wine

To have a shower

To have breakfast

To have dinner out

To have lunch

To hug

To kiss on the cheek

To like

To pay for a car

To play football

To play tennis

To read a newspaper

To smoke

To start work

To stay at a hotel

To talk to people

To telephone a friend

To wake up

Toilet

Tokyo

Tour guide

Train tickets

Turkey

Twenty-seven

Undertaker

United Kingdom

Video club card

Village

Warm-hearted

Warsaw

Washington

Watch TV a lot

White

Wine

Woman

Work

Working day

Writer

Yellow



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