Ex.1. Answer the following questions.



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Ex.1. Answer the following questions.



1. Where do you usually clothes?

2. How much does the price of the thing you want to buy influence you?

3. Do you always use fitting room while buying clothes?

4. What do you prefer to attend: supermarkets or markets?

 

Робота над текстом за професійним спрямуванням.

 

Ballet in France — Court Dance

Ballet developed as a separate, performance-focused art form in France during the reign of Louis XIV, who was passionate about dance and determined to reverse a decline in dance standards that began in the 17th century. In 1661 King Louis XIV established the Académie Royale de la Danse. It evolved into the company known today as the Paris Opera Ballet. The earliest references to the five basic positions of ballet appeared in the writings of Pierre Beauchamp, a court dancer and a choreographer.

Jean-Baptiste Lully, an Italian composer serving in the French court, played a significant role in establishing the general direction ballet would follow for the next century. Supported and admired by King Louis XIV, Lully often cast the king in his ballets. The title of Sun King for the French monarch, originated in Louis XIV's role in Lully's Ballet de la Nuit(1653). Lully's main contribution to ballet were his nuanced compositions. His understanding of movement and dance allowed him to compose specifically for ballet, with musical phrasings that complemented physical movements. Lully also collaborated with the French playwright Molière. Together, they took an Italian theatre style, the commedia dell'arte, and adapted it into their work for a French audience, creating the comédie-ballet. Among their greatest productions was Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (1670). Later in life, Lully became the first director of the Académie Royale de Musique when its scope was expanded to include dance. Jean-Baptiste Lully brought together Italian and French ballet to create a legacy that would define the future of ballet.

The first ballet school was in France, taught by Juliette Blanche. Its terminology crystallized there. Nearly every movement in ballet is described by a French word or phrase. The drawback of the common terminology is that dancers must learn the French names for the steps and movements; the advantage is that they can take a ballet class anywhere in the world and, no matter how unintelligible the rest of the talk is, the terminology will still be in French and therefore understood. (You even wish dancers good luck in French. Actors wish one another good luck before a performance by saying, "Break a leg!" Dancers say, "Merde!", a French expletive.)

 

Ex. 1. Read and translate the text. Prepare for a discussion.

Граматичний матеріал: Сполучник.

 

Study this example:

After although we use a subject + verb:
• Although it rained a lot, we enjoyed our holiday.
• I didn't get the job although I had the necessary qualifications.

Compare the meaning of although and because:

• We went out although it was raining.
• We didn't go out because it was raining.

 

Ex. 1. Complete the sentences with although / in spite of / because / because of.
1. Although it rained a lot, we enjoyed our holiday.
2. a _____________ all our careful plans, a lot of things went wrong.
b _____________ we'd planned everything carefully, a lot of things went wrong.
3. a I went home early I was feeling unwell.
b I went to work the next day _____________ I was still feeling unwell.
4. a She only accepted the job _____________ the salary, which was very high.
b She accepted the job _____________ the salary, which was rather low.
5. a I managed to get to sleep _____________ there was a lot of noise.
b I couldn't get to sleep _____________ the noise.

Use your own ideas to complete the following sentences:

1. a He passed the exam although _____________________________.
b He passed the exam because _____________________________.
2. a I didn't eat anything although _____________________________.
b I didn't eat anything in spite of ____________________________.

Домашнє завдання:

 

1.Опрацювати текст за професійним спрямуванням.

2.Опрацювати граматичний матеріал, виконати запропоновані вправи.

3.Повторити граматичний матеріал, підготуватись до контрольної роботи.

 

Практичне заняття № 4

Тема заняття: Види крамниць та відділів

Vocabulary:

 

shoppingшоппінг, купування, (д.) робити покупки

daily lifeщоденне життя

entertainmentрозвага

departmentвідділ

shoes departmentвзуттєвий відділ

haberdashery departmentвідділ галантереї

perfume departmentвідділ парфумерії, косметики

jeweler’sювелірна крамниця/відділ (у великому магазині)

grocer'sбакалія

greengrocer'sовочевий та фруктовий відділ

baker'sпекарня

dairyмолочарня

supermarketсупермаркет

pileнагромаджувати

convenientзручний

Shopping

There are some things we have to do every day. Shopping is one of them. Shopping is a part of our daily life. Some people hate it and find it boring. Others consider it very exciting and believe it a kind of entertainment. As for me, I'm not a great fan of shopping. But I understand that I have to deal with it whether I like it or not. When I need something in the way of clothes I go to the department store. There I can buy shoes, hats, knitted goods, household goods and so on. When I want to buy clothes I go to the Ready-Made Clothes departments. They are the Men's or Ladies' Outfitter's. Boots and shoes are sold at the Shoe department or the Footwear department to buy socks and stockings we go to the Hosiery department. We can buy buttons, ribbons, lace, tape, thread, needles, pins, handkerchiefs, zippers and such like at the Haberdashery department. To buy cardigans, jumpers, pullovers and knitted underwear we go to the Knitted Goods department. Ladies buy perfume, face powder, lipstick, face cream, nail varnish, mascara, shades and such like at the Perfume department. People buy jewellery and gold watches at the jeweler’s. Books are sold at the bookseller's, flowers at the florist's. Newspapers and magazines are often sold at the news-stands or news stalls. If I want to buy some meat I go to the butcher's. At the grocer's flour, sugar, cereals, tea, coffee and other things can be bought. To buy some vegetables and fruit I go to the greengrocer's. Bread, buns, biscuits, cookies are sold at the baker's. If I want to buy some fish I go to the fishmonger's. To buy milk, cheese, eggs we go to the dairy. I prefer to buy food in a supermarket. It is very convenient. I can take a trolley and pile everything I need there.

Ex. 1. Answer the following questions.

 

1. What do you think about TV and computer shopping? Who do you think it is good for?

2. What are, in your opinion, advantages and disadvantages of tele and computer shopping?

3. Would you personal like to shop without leaving your house? Why? Why not?

4. What goods and products would you buy using telephone and computer?

5. Do you think everything can be bought by phone and computer? If no, what goods cannot be bought in such a way?



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