Граматичний матеріал: Повторення вивченого матеріалу. Simple, Continuous Tenses.



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Граматичний матеріал: Повторення вивченого матеріалу. Simple, Continuous Tenses.



Ex. 1. Complete the sentences using the following verbs:

cause(s) connect(s) drink(s) live(s) open(s) speak(s) take(s)

 

1. Tanya speaks German very well.
2. I don't often ____________ coffee.
3. The swimming pool ____________ at 7.30 every morning.
4. Bad driving ____________ many accidents.
5. My parents ____________ in a very small flat.
6. The Olympic Games ____________ place every four years.
7. The Panama Canal ____________ the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

 

Ex. 2.Read what Laura says about a typical working day:

Yesterday was a typical working day for Laura. Write what she did or didn't do yesterday.
1. She got up at 7 o'clock.
2. She _______________ a big breakfast.
3. She _______________.
4. It _______________ to get to work.
5. _______________ at 8.45.
6. _______________ lunch.
7. _______________ at 5 o'clock.
8. _______________ tired when _______________ home.
9. _______________ a meal yesterday evening.
10. _______________ out yesterday evening.
11. _______________ at 11 o'clock.
12. _______________ well last night.

 

Ex. 3. Complete the sentences with I'll + a suitable verb.
1. I"m too tired to walk home. I think I'll take a taxi.
2. 'It's cold in this room.' 'Is it? ______________ on the heating then.'
3. A: We haven't got any milk.
B: Oh, I forgot to buy some. ______________ and get some now.
4. 'Shall I do the washing-up?' 'No. it's all right. ______________ it later.'
5. I don't know how to use this computer.' 'OK, ______________ you.'
6. 'Would you like tea or coffee?' '______________ coffee, please.'
7. 'Goodbye! Have a nice holiday.' 'Thanks. ______________ you a postcard.'
8. Thanks for letting me borrow your camera. ______________ it back to you on Monday, OK?
9. 'Are you coming with us?' 'No, I think ______________ here.'

 

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Практичне заняття № 3

 

Тема заняття:Реєстрація в аеропорту ( на вокзалі, в порту). Митний контроль.

Хід заняття

Робота з тестом Airport formalities

When preparing to fly, passengers are requested to arrive at the airport 2 hours before departure time. They must register their tickets, get a seat assignment, and weigh and check their luggage. Most airlines have at least 2 classes of travel, first class and economy class. Economy class tickets are much less expensive. Each passenger more than 2 years old gets a free luggage allowance. Generally this weight limit is 20 kg of checked baggage for economy class passengers and 30 kg for first class passengers. If you check excess luggage you’ll have to pay a fee calculated by the number of extra pieces and the extra weight. Every passenger is also allowed one small carry-on bag, for instance a laptop computer or small suitcase. The rules for passengers who are traveling abroad are similar in most countries but there are, sometimes, slight differences. Here are some things to remember: if, for instance, you need to go through Customs, try to fill in the customs declaration before you talk to the customs officer. He will ask every passenger the same, routine questions about whether he is carrying anything he wants to declare: like tobacco, alcohol, presents, and sums of money. At the check-in counter, your ticket is looked at, your things are weighed and labeled with their destination. The next formality is filling in the immigration form and going through passport control. Remember to have a black or blue pen with you because the immigration form has to be filled in block letters. You write your name, nationality, permanent address and the purpose of your trip. In most countries there is also a security check when your carry-on-luggage is inspected. This is an anti-terrorism measure, and anything in your luggage that might be dangerous or disturbing to other passengers must be handed over to one of the crew and will only be returned to the owner after the plane has reached its destination. After fulfilling all these formalities you go to the departure lounge where you can have a snack, read a paper or buy something in the duty-free shop and wait for the announcement to board the plane. When you arrive at your destination, some of these same formalities will undoubtedly be repeated. Often while on board the plane you will be given a customs declaration and immigration form to fill in. At the airport you may be met by a specially trained dog whose job it is to make sure that no passengers are carrying any illegal drugs. In addition, the immigration officer might want to inspect your visa, your invitation and even your return ticket. There is one inconvenience you have to be prepared for when you’re traveling long distances by plane. It's a difference between the time you are accustomed to and the time of the place you’re traveling to, especially if it’s far from home. At first you won't feel very well because of that difference in time, - that’s called “jet lag” - but don't worry about it, shortly you’ll be as good as new!

Робота з новими словами. Читання та переклад діалогів по темі.

AT THE CUSTOMS

Vocabulary:

passport control паспортний контроль

visa віза

customs officer митник

channel прохід

amount кількість

receipt квитанція

duty податок, митний збір

declaration митна декларація

declare вносити в декларацію

citizenship громадянство

submit підлягати

EU - European Union Європейський союз

 

Ex.1. Act the dialogs.

 

Passport control officer: Your passports, please.

Traveller: Here you are.

Passport control officer: How long are you staying in America?

Traveller: Two months. I'm here on business (on invitation).

Passport control о ff і с є r: Your passport and visa are in order. Have a pleasant stay, sir.

Traveller: Thank you.

AT THE CUSTOMS

- Hello.

- Hello.

- Could you tell me which channel to go through?

- If you've got anything to declare you go through the red channel.

- How do you know if I have things to declare?

- Are you staying in Britain for more than six months?

- No.

- The amount of goods you can bring in without duty depends on where you bought them. You can have 200 cigarettes, 1 litre of spirits, 2 litres of wine and presents worth 29 pounds, if you bought them in a duty free shop or on the plane or in a country not in the EU.

- Oh!

- If you bought them in an EU country you can have 300 cigarettes, 1 and litres of spirits, 4 litres of wine and presents worth a hundred and twenty pounds.

- Right. I have 1 litre of whisky and 2 litres of wine. I don't have any presents, that means I don't have anything to declare.

- That's right. You can go through the green channel.

- I've got 100 cigarettes and a bottle of vodka. I bought it on the plane. But I bought a camera in the EU which costs 200 pounds. It's a present for my uncle.

- You must go through the red channel.

- Thank you.

 

Ex. 2. Make dialogs, filling in the spaces.

 



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