Questions for computer based tes

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Questions for computer based tes

1. Choose the right answer.

Paul ____ plays tennis.

a) ever

b) often

c) both

d) have ever

2. Choose the right answer.

Takinashi _____ walks three kilometers a day.

a) all

b) ever

c) always

d) both

3. Choose the right answer.

My brother _______ speaks to me.

a) never

b) already

c) both

d) all

4. Choose the right answer.

They _____ have dinner at 7 o’clock.

a) yesterday

b) tonight

c) already

d) usually

____Paul often plays tennis____ He _______________________ He _______________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________


English Russian Kazakh
hardly ever почти никогда ешқашан десе де болады
Always всегда әрқашан
never никогда ешқашан
sometimes иногда кейде
often часто жиі
usually обычно әдетте
stay at home оставаться дома үйде болу, қалу
healthy здоровый салауатты

Home assignment

Look at Paul’s answers to the questions and write sentences withoften/neveretc.


To prepare a topic: “How to be healthy” using active vocabulary [1].

Office hours

Grammar exercises 11.1; 11.3 – on page 31 [4].


Main literature:

1. Clive Oxenden . New English File. Elementary. Student’s book. Oxford University Press. 2010.

2. Soars John and Liz. New Headway. Elementary l. Student’s book. Oxford University Press, 2009

Additional literature:

3. Clive Oxenden. New English File. Elementary l. Work book. Oxford University Press. 2010.

4. John and Liz Soars. New Headway. Elementary. Work book. Oxford University Press, 2009

5. Audio discs of “New English File” for Elementary level, Disc-1.

6. Essential Grammar in Use. A self study reference and practice book for elementary students of English

7. «Устные темы по английскому» Адильбаева У.Б., Мангазина Ж.Р. КазГАСА, 2010.



Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering Hand out English as a foreign language Department of General Humanitarian Training Elementary level Academic year: 2012-2013 2 credits The 1st term Practical lesson 12 Lexical theme “Festivals and Holidays”. Grammar “Prepositions of time”. Assistant Professor Nussipaliyev Nurzhan Serikovich  


Warming up

Guess the puzzle

What Am I? What Am I? What Am I? What Am I?

I am hot. I live in the water. I am in your body. I am red, green, or yellow.
I live in the sky. You can drive me. I am red. I am a healthy snack.
I am bright. I might make you sick. I am the symbol for love. I make good juice.
Don't look straight at me. Don't put a hole in me. Blood pumps through me. You can bite me or slice me.
I disappear in the night. Tie me up when you're done. Please don't break me. Give me to a teacher.


Prepositions of time

Monday (morning) the 12th of July my birthday
8 o’clock midday/midnight lunchtime night the weekend Christmas/Easter/New Year

the morning the afternoon the evening December the summer

● Use in for parts of the day

● Use on for days and dates

● Use at for times of the day, night, the weekend, and festivals

We say: at the weekend Are you going away at the weekend?

at night I can’t sleep at night.

at Christmas/at Easter Where will you be at Christmas? (but on Christmas Day)

at the end of … I’m going on holiday at the end of October.

at the moment Are you busy at the moment?

In the morning/ in the afternoon/ in the evening

I always feel good in the morning.

Do you often go out in the evening?


on Monday morning/ on Tuesday afternoon/ on Friday evening/ on Saturday night etc.:

I’m meeting Joanne on Monday morning.

Are you doing anything on Saturday night?


We do not use at/on/in before:

this… (this morning/ this week etc.) Are you going out this evening?

last… (last August/ last week etc.) We go on holiday every summer. Last summer we went to Canada.

next… (next Monday/ next week etc.) I’m leaving next Monday. (not on next Monday)

every… (every day/ every week etc.)


Choose the right preposition. Write at/on/in

1 on 6 June 7 ……24 September 13 …… Friday morning

2 in the evening 8 ……Thursday 14 …… Saturday night

3 …… half past two 9 ……11.45 15 …… night

4 …… Wednesday 10 ……Christmas Day 16 …… the end of the day


5 …… 1997 11 ……Christmas 17 ……the weekend

6 …… September 12 ……the morning 18 …… winter

2) Complete with in, on, or at and a time expression:

five o’clock July 4th Christmas Sunday

the summer midnight the afternoon nine o’clock


In the UK people usually start work at nine o’clock.

  1. On December 31st many people drink champagne______________.
  2. In the USA they celebrate Independence Day______________.
  3. Many people all over the world give presents______________.
  4. In Italy it’s usually very hot______________.
  5. In many countries shops are closed_____________.
  6. In Spain many people have a siesta_____________.
  7. Traditionally British people have cup of tea___________.

Listening. You’re going to listen to two other people talk about their favourite times. First listen to these sentences. What do the highlighted words mean?

1 I can start to relax and enjoy the evening.

2 My family live very far away.

3 I get up early and feel full of energy.

4 In winter it’s a nice temperature and it’s when I feel comfortable.

Listening T.12

Listen to the interviews. Complete the chart.

What’s your favourite…? Cristina, a sports coach from Spain Udom, a manager from Thailand
1 time of day 10 p.m.  
2 day of the week    
3 month    
4 season    
5 public holiday    

Listen again. Why are these their favourite times?



a Read the text “Fascinating festivals …but if you go, don’t wear new clothes”.

Match the photo with the festivals.

The Tomatina festivals takes place on the last Wednesday in August in Bunol, Spain.The ‘tomato battle’ starts at 11 o’clock in the morning, and continues for two hours. During the Tomatina 35,000 people throw 125,000 kilos of tomatoes!

In January (the exact date changes every year) you can go to Ivrea in Italy and take part in the Carnevale d’Ivrea, where people throw oranges at each other. If you don’t want people to throw an orange at you, you have to wear a red hat!

Thailand has a Water Festival (Songkran) every April to celebrate the New Year. It starts on 13th April and lasts for to days. People throw water each other all day and also at night.


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