Complete the conversations with the correct expressions.



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Complete the conversations with the correct expressions.



I’m sorry / excuse me / of course / pardon

A _______! Can I get past?

B _______?

A Can I get past, please?

B _______ . I didn’t hear you. Yes, _______ .

A Thanks a lot.

That’s right / what a pity / congratulations / never mind / I hear

A ______ you’re going to get married soon. _______ !

B ______, next July. July 21. Can you come to the wedding?

A _______! That’s when we’re away on holiday.

C _______ . we’ll send you some wedding cake.

A That’s very kind.

 

Hurry up / all right / oh, dear / just a minute / I haven’t got a clue

A ______! Look at the time! _______ , or we’ll miss the train.

B _______! I can’t find my umbrella. Do you know where it is?

A _______ . But you won’t need it. It’s a lovely day. Just look at the sky!

B Oh, ________ . Let’s go, then.

Make up your own dialogues with the following word combinations.

1. Hello, hi, it’s good to see you again, here you are, I’m glad we’ve met, nice to see you, glad to meet you, cheerio, bye.

2. I beg your pardon, Mr. Hopkins, that’s me, it’s my name, I guess, I saw you somewhere, I bet I know your name, I’m sorry you took me for somebody else.

 

Translate the following dialogues into English.

- Ось іде Білл. Він один з моїх найкращих друзів. Ти його знаєш?

- Ні, ніколи його раніше не зустрічав.

- Хочеш із ним познайомитися?

- Звичайно.

*****

- Добрий день, пане Хілле. Чудовий день, чи не так?

- Прекрасний! Як ви почуваєтеся?

- Добре, дякую. А ви?

- Сьогодні набагато краще. Бувайте.

- До побачення. Був радий зустрітися.

*****

- Добрий день, пане Блейку. Я прийшов попрощатися.

- Добрий день, пане Брауне. Ви від’їжджаєте?

- Так, повертаюся додому. Я тут свою роботу закінчив.

- Шкода, ви нам дуже сподобалися.

- Дякую, усього найкращого.

- Передавайте вітання своїй дружині.

- Дякую, обов’язково. Бувайте.

 

BLOCK IV

Topics for discussion and essays.

  1. Speak about Ukrainian etiquette. Does it differ much from the world nations?
  2. Speak about Ukrainian superstitions.
  3. Americans tend to be much more casual and informal meeting people, Germans and Japanese keep distance while talking, Asians prefer to use less eye and physical contact… What about Ukrainians?
  4. People shake hands to greet each other. Do you know any other forms of greeting?
  5. What are some good / insulting gestures in your country? Can you think of some gestures that have different meanings in different countries?
  6. What are some gestures that you used when you were a child that you don’t use anymore?
  7. What are some gestures you know that relate to the sporting world?

LESSON 1

Family relations (Family Tree, Love and Marriage, Horoscope Signs)

Love me, love my dog.

In time of test, family is best.

The family is the nucleus of civilization.

A social unit where the father is concerned with parking space, the children with outer space, and the mother with closet space.

I don’t care how poor a man is; if he has family, he’s rich.

INTRODUCTORY TEXT

Notes to the text:

the master of a prosperous farm – господар ферми, що процвітає

handsome – гарний (про чоловіків)

merry – веселий

wrinkled face – обличчя в зморшках

shrewd eyes – проникливі очі

to court(ed) – залицятися, домагатися прихильності

steady – наполегливий

now and then – час від часу

to be born – народитися

it goes without saying – безперечно

to accept(ed) the invitation – погодитися на запрошення

to be in love with / to fall in love with smb / to fall out of love – бути закоханим / закохатися / розлюбити

to add(ed) – додати

to marry(ed) – одружитися, вийти заміж

 

George Meadows, the master of a prosperous farm, was then a man of 50, and his wife was a year or two younger. Their three daughters were lovely and their two sons were handsomeand strong. They were merry, industrious and kindly. They were happy and deserved their happiness. But the real master of the house was not George, it was his mother. She was about 70, tall, with grey hair and though her facewas wrinkled, her eyes were dark, bright and shrewd.

I knew the story of George’s mother and his uncle, whose name was also George. About fifty years ago uncle George and his younger brother Tom had both courted Mrs. Meadows when she was Emily Green. George was a good-looking fellow, but not so steady as his brother, that’s why Emily chose Tom. George had gone to sea for twenty years. Now and then he sent them presents. Then there was no news of him. When Tom died Mrs. Meadows wrote George about it but they never got an answer and decided that he must be dead…

Some days ago to their greatest surprise they got a letter, which informed them that George Meadows, who was ill and felt that he had not much longer to live wanted to see the house in which he was born. I was invited to come and see him.

It goes without saying I accepted the invitation. I found the whole family in the kitchen. I was amused to see that Mrs. Meadows wore her best silk dress. I was introduced to the old captain. He was very thin and his skin hung on his bones like an old suit that was too large for him. He had lost nearly all his teeth. It was strange to see those two old people and to think that half a century ago he had loved her and she was in love with another.

“Have you ever been married, Captain Meadows?” I asked. – “Not me”, he said and added: “I said I would never marry anyone but you, Emily, and I never have”. There was some satisfaction in his voice.

 

Comprehension questions.

  1. How old was George Meadows?
  2. How old is his wife?
  3. How many children did they have?
  4. What were his daughters / sons like?
  5. Why did they deserve happiness?
  6. Who was the real master of the house?
  7. How old was George’s mother?
  8. Who had courted Mrs. Meadows when she was Emily Green?
  9. Whom did Emily marry?
  10. What did George, Tom’s brother, do?
  11. Why did George go to sea?
  12. Why did Mrs. Meadows decide that George was dead?
  13. What did a letter inform them of?
  14. Why had Captain Meadows never married anyone?

 



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