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Distance education in the world.
Distance education over the world has a history of more than 100 years. But it gained popularity only after 1970’s.
Many countries like China, England, Japan, Russia, Spain, Kazakhstan (since a few recent years as well) and the USA use this method, especially in higher education.
For example, the Open University in England has more than 80 000 students who take about 140 courses per year. This university has 260 local teaching and 13 regional information centers.
Such factors as age, place and daily activity do not serve as limiting factors in distance education. Distance education has two main advantages over traditional classroom education. The first advantage is a solution to the problem of teaching staff shortage and the second one is the low cost of education which gives many people an opportunity to receive higher education.
It is a system of education for different people of any age. This education allows each student to have an individual scheme of study.
Write questions and retell the text.
Forming of adverbs.
adj. + (-ly) = adv.
bad – badly; easy – easily; usual – usually.
1. Form adverbs from these adjectives and translate them:
occasional, real, bad, fruitful, happy, useful, helpful, beautiful, bright, slow, nice, oral, flabby, actual, avid, awful, careful, cheerful, clear, close, especial, excellent, favorable, proper, quiet, heavy.
2. Point out the italicized words: adverbs or adjectives
1. It is early autumn. I usually get up early. 2. We shall take a fast train to Yalta. Don’t speak so fast, I can’t understand you. 3. I have little time. She has slept little today. There is very little difference between them. 4. You would have written the grammar test better if you had learnt the tenses of the English verbs. It is the worst result you ever had. 5. You know this problem better than I. Better to do well than to say well. 6. He lives in the Far East. He lives far from his school.7. How long did you travel about Great Britain? Oh, it was a long and very pleasant journey. 8. Excuse me, how do I get to the University? – Go straight down the street and then turn to the right. 9. He is a very handsome young man, with straight nose, blue eyes and black hair.
3. Choose the proper form of adverb or adjective:
1. I am (happy, happily) to meet you. They have lived all their life (happy, happily). 2. I don’t speak to me so (cold, coldly) .Your hands are (cold, coldly), put your gloves.3. The results of our work were (perfect, perfectly). We have done everything (perfect, perfectly). 4. “I am quite (helpless, helplessly) in solving such problems”, she said. She looked at them (helpless, helplessly) not knowing what to do. 5. Can you tell me the (exact, exactly) time his arrival? Sorry, but I don’t know (exact, exactly) when he comes back. 6. He often comes home (late, lately). I haven’t seen him (late, lately).
4. Insert adverbs in the brackets where necessary:
1. I get many letters from my friends (often). 2. We shall go (tomorrow, there). 3. Have you been there (never). 4. Have you been to the Crimea (ever)? 5. They returned from the South (just). 6. I have not seen this film (yet). 7.He gets up early (usually). 8. My mother cooks dinner for our family (always). 9. She is very busy (always). 10. I haven’t money to buy this TV- set (enough).
5. Write the adverbs:
6. Rewrite the sentences using a verb and an adverb:
1. They are slow workers.
They work slowly.
2. He’s a dangerous driver.
He drives dangerously.
3. She’s careful writer.
4. I’m a loud singer.
5. She’s a fast swimmer.
6. He’s a bad actor.
7. Jill’s a beautiful painter.
8. You’re a terrible dancer.
1. John’s a patient listener
7. Point out the correct word:
1. This music is too loud/ loudly. We can’t talk. 2. She played bad/badly and she lost the game. 3. We waited patient/ patiently for the letter but it never came.4.Please don’t be angry/ angrily with him. 5. She asks intelligent/ intelligently questions. 6. The children are playing together very nice/ nicely today. 7. She’s a very warm/ warmly person and everyone likes her. 8. She surprised me when she opened the door sudden/ suddenly. 9. You speak English good/ well. 10. It’s dangerous/ dangerously to swim in the sea here.
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