Exercise2 Work in pairs. Can you tell me the way?

Useful phrases. Let’s ask that man there. Excuse me! We’re lost. Can you tell me the way to the art gallery? Sorry, could you say that again, please?


Complete each sentence using one of these verbs in the Present Continuous: do (x2); have; rain; stay.

Frida: Hello.

Gina: Hi, Frida. It’s Gina here.

Frida: Hi, Gina. Where are you?

Gina: I’m with Peter in Scotland.

Frida: (5) What ________________________?

Gina: We’re on holiday.

Frida: (6) ________________________?

Gina: We’re at the Gleneagles Hotel in Perth.

Frida: How’s the weather? (7) ____________________________?

Gina: No, it isn’t. It’s a wonderful day. The sun is shining.

Frida: Oh, good. (8) ____________________________?

Gina: He’s playing golf.

Frida: (9) _______________________ a good time?

Gina: Yes, we are. In fact, we’re having a wonderful time.

Frida: Send me a postcard, okay?


Questions for computer based test

1. Choose the right variant:

Marat … at the academy.

a) do study

b) does study

c) studying

d) studies

2. Choose the right variant:

Студент читает книгу.

a) The student the is reading book.

b) The student' book is reading the.

c) The student is reading a book.

d) The student reading is the book

3. Choose the right variant in Present Simple

a) She does where work?

b) Where does she work?

c) Work does she where?

d) Work she does where?

4. Choose the right variant in Present Continuous Tense.

a) We am looking for the new words.

b) We is looking for the new words.

c) We are looking for the new words.

d) We are looks for the new words. Use the words in the box to complete the text




English Russian Kazakh
Queen королева ханшайым
Castle замок қамал
in advance предварительно алдын ала
Queue очередь кезек
Underground метро метро
Trip путешествие саяхат
Daily ежедневно күнделiктi
to celebrate праздновать атап өту
Passengers пассажир жолаушы
Palace дворец сарай
Neighbor сосед көршi

Home assignment

Lexical-grammar exercises Ex.1, 2. [2.55]


  1. Make a presentation: “My native town”
  2. Learn the useful phrases about directions by heart from the dialogue «Asking for directions”[3]

Office hours

1. Write an e-mail to another student. Imagine you’re on holiday in another town or city. Give this information.

- Are you having a good time?

- When did you arrive?

-Where are you staying?

-Where did you do yesterday?

-Where are you at the moment?

-What are you doing?

Say something about the town/city

Say what you usually do in the evening



Main literature

1. Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig. New English File. Elementary.Students Book. Oxford, 2010.

2. Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig. New English File. Elementary. Workbook. Oxford, 2010.

Additional literature

3. “Essential Grammar in Use” by R.Murphy. Second Edition. Cambridge, 2007.

4. “Interchange” Third edition. Jack C. Richards.Cambridge.2008.

5. www.englishclubgame.com

6. Audio Disc “New English File” for Elementary level, 2010.







Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering Hand out English as a foreign language Department of General Humanitarian Elementary level training 2 credits Academic year 2012-2013 Practical lesson №22 The 1st term Lexical theme “Food” Grammar “Would like/like. Countable and uncountable nouns”. a/an, some/any Assistant professor Sultanbayeva Zhaina Ubaidullayevna  



Grammar: Would like


Would is the name in all persons. We use would like in offers and request.



He/She/It ‘d like a drink (‘d=would)



Yes/No questions


you like a biscuit? Yes, please

Would he/she/it No, thank you.



1. Look at the sentences. What is the difference?


Do you like tea? Would you like some tea?

I like biscuits. I’d like a biscuit.

Which sentences, A or B, mean Do you want?/want…?


2. Look at these sentences.

I’d like some bananas. (plural noun)

I’d like some mineral water (uncountable noun).

We use some with both plural and uncountable nouns.


3. Look at these questions.

Would like some chips?

Can I have some tea?

but Are there any chips?

Is there any tea?

We use some and any when we request and offer things.

We use any not some in other questions and negatives.

Countable and uncountable nouns.

Some nouns are countable.

a book two books

an egg six eggs

Some nouns are uncountable.

bread rice

Some nouns are both.

Do you like ice-cream?

We’d like three ice-creams, please


Consolidation of grammar

Write a, an or some.


a) Match the food and drink with the pictures


Listening[1.3; 2]

a) Listen to Daisy and Tom talking about what they like and don’t like. Tick (γ) the food and drink in the tests on p66 that they both like.

I don’t like wine but I like beer.


I really like apple juice.


I quite like peas.


I don’t like tomatoes very much.


I don’t like cheese at all.

b) Talk about the lists of food and drink above with your partner. What do you like? What do you quite like? What don’t you like?

I like ……… and I would like …..


Reading and speaking

“Food around the world”

1. Which food and drink comes from your country? Which foreign food and drink is popular in your country?

2. Can you identify any places or nationalities in the photographs? What else can you see?

3. Read the text. Write the correct question heading for each paragraph.






“Food around the world”

For 99% of human history, people took their food from the world around them. They ate all that they could find, and then moved on. Then about 10,000 years ago, or for 1% of human history, people learned to farm the land and control their environment.



The kind of food we eat depends on which part of the world we live in, or which part of our country we live in. for example, in the south of China they eat rice, but in the north they eat noodles. In Scandinavia, they eat a lot of herrings, and the Portuguese love sardines. But in central Europe, away from the sea, people don’t eat so much fish, big business. But they eat more meat and sausages. In Germany and Poland there are hundreds if different kinds of sausages.



In North America, Australia, and Europe there are two or more courses, to every meal and people eat with knives and forks. In China is only one course, all the food is together on the table, and they eat with chopsticks.

In parts of India and the Middle east people use their fingers and bread to pick up the food.



Nowadays it is possible to transport food easily from one part of the world to the other. We can eat what we like, when we like, at any time of the year. Our bananas come from the Caribbean or Africa; our rice comes from India or the USA; our strawberries come from Chile or Spain. Food is very big business. But people in poor countries are still hungry, and people in rich countries eat too much.



4. Answer the questions.

1 When did human history start? Was it about 10,000 years ago or was it about million years ago?

2 Do they eat much rice in the south of China?

3 Why do the Scandinavians and the Portuguese eat a lot of fish?

4 Why don’t the Germans eat much fish?

5 Which countries have many kinds of sausages?

6 How many courses are there in China?

7 How do people eat in the Middle East?

8 Why can we eat strawberries at any time of the year?



English Russian Kazakh
wine вино шарап
Pea горох бұршақ
Carrot морковь сәбіз
Tomatoes помидоры қызанақ
Delicious вкусно дәмді
Egg яйцо жұмыртқа
Environment окружающая среда қоршаған орта
noodles лапша кеспе
Sausage колбаса, сосиски шұжық
chopstick палочки для еды тағамға арналған таяқшалар





1. Write short topic on theme: “My favourite food” [7].

Office hours

2. Grammar exercises 11.1; 11.3 – on page 31 [2].


Main literature

1. “New English File” by Clive Oxenden for Elementary level. Student’s book. Oxford University Press. 2010.

2. «New Headway” by John and Liz Soars for Elementary level. Student’s book. Oxford University Press, 2009

Additional literature

3. “New English File” by Clive Oxenden for Elementary level. Work book. Oxford University Press. 2010.

4. «New Headway” by John and Liz Soars for Elementary level. 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.

8. Reading book, Volume 3. IEC, 2012.


Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering Hand out English as a foreign language Department of General Humanitarian Elementary training 2 credits Academic year 2012-2013 Practical lesson №23 Lexical theme “My future plans” Grammar to be going to, intentions, prediction Assistant Professor Sultanbayeva Zhaina Ubaidullayevna  





We use the special going to construction when we have the intention to do something before we speak. We have already made a decision before speaking. Look at these examples:

  • I have won $1,000. I am going to buy a new TV.
  • We're not going to see my mother tomorrow.
  • When are you going to go on holiday?

In these examples, we had an intention or plan before speaking. The decision was made before we spoke.


We often use going to make a prediction about the future. Our prediction is based on evidence. We are saying what seems sure to happen. Here are some examples:

  • The sky is very black. It is going to snow.
  • It's 8.30! You're going to miss the train!
  • I crashed the company car. My boss isn't going to be very happy!

In these examples, the present situation (black sky/the time/damaged car) gives us a good idea of what is going to happen.

Consolidation of grammar. Complete the sentence. Use going to.

1 What time are you going to leave (they / leave) tomorrow?

2 We ____________________ (try) the local food.

3 They __________________ (have) dinner with their friends this weekend.

4 ________________ (you / stay) at an expensive hotel?

5 They ____________ (not / get married) until next year.

6 ________________ (they / see) the Statue of Liberty?

7 He _____________ (meet) a lot of people.

8 She _____________ (not / go) on holiday this year.


Listening[12.1; 4]


a) Rosie and her teacher Miss Bishop both have plans for the future.

Read their future plans. Which do you think are Rosie's? Which are Miss Bishop's? Write R or MB.


  I’m going to be a ballet dancer. I’m going to travel all over the world. I’m going to learn Russian. I’m going to learn to drive. I’m going to open a school. I’m not going to marry until I'm thirty-five. I’m not going to wear skirts and blouses. I’m going to wear jeans and T-shirts all the time. I’m going to write a book. I’m going to become a TV star.


Listen and check. Were you correct?



Questions about Rosie

1 Why/she/ learn/ French and Russian?

2 When/she/ marry?

3 How many children/have?

4 How long/work?

5 What/teach?


a Until she’s seventy-five

b Two

c Dancing

d Not until she’s thirty-five

e Because she wants to dance in Paris and Moscow



Match a country or a city with an activity.

Holland Spain Moscow Egypt Kenya India China Japan The USA Rio visit the pyramids fly over the Grand Canyon see Mount Fuji see the tulips walk along the Great Wall watch flamenco dancing take photographs of the lions sunbathe on Copacabana beach walk in Red Square visit the Taj Mahal


Miss Bishop is going to visit all these countries. She is telling her friend, Harold, about her plans. Read their conversation and complete the last sentence.


Miss Bishop First I’m going to Holland

Harold Why?

Miss Bishop To see the tulips, of course!

Harold Oh, yes! How wonderful! Where are you going after that?

Miss Bishop Well, then I’m going to Spain to ……………… .




Write your diary for the next four days. Ask and answer questions with a partner.

What are you doing tomorrow?
I’m meeting my friends


“What are you going to do on your birthday?”

Elena Buenaventura Madrid "My twenty-first birthday is on Saturday, and I'm going to go out with some friends. To wish me a happy birthday, they're going to pull on my ear 21 times - once for each year. It's an old custom. Some people pull on the ear just once, but my friends are very traditional!" Yan-Ching Shi Taipei "Tomorrow is my sixteenth birthday. It's a special birthday, so we're going to have a family ceremony. I'm probably going to get some money in lucky' envelopes from my relatives. My mother is going to cook noodles - noodles are for a long life."    
Mr. and Mrs. Aoki Kyoto "My husband is going to be 60 tomorrow. In Japan, the sixtieth birthday is called kanreki- it's the beginning of a new life. The color red represents a new life, so children often give something red as a present. What are our children going to give him? A red hat and vest!" Philippe Joly Paris "I'm going to be 30 next week, so I'm going to invite three very good friends out to dinner. In France, when you have a birthday, you often invite people out. In some countries, I know it's the opposite - people take you out."


A Read the article. Then correct the sentences.

1. To celebrate her birthday, Elena is going to pull on her friends' ears.

2. Yan-Ching is going to cook some noodles on her birthday.

3. On his birthday, Mr. Aoki is going to buy something red.

4. Philippe's friends are going to take him out to dinner on his birthday.


В Group work. How do people usually celebrate birthdays in your country? Do you have plans for your next birthday? How about the birthday of a friend or family member? What are you going to do? Tell your classmates.



A What are these people going to do this weekend? Write sentences. Then compare with a partner.


1. They are going to go dancing.

2. She’s going to read.

В Pair work Is your partner going to do the things in part A this weekend? Ask and answer questions.

A: Are you going to go dancing this weekend?

B: Yes, I am. I'm going to go to a new dance club downtown.

A: Are you going to go with a friend? . . .



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