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Text1(G.Vyborova p.128) MEALS

Text2 (G.Vyborova p.147,ex.XXIII)

Things to do;

1 You are a doctor. Make a list of Dos and Don’t What you recommend to eat and what you don’t to

a) a thin person;

b) a fat person;

2/ make a recipe of your favorite dish (fish, meat, cake, fruit, salad, etc)

3. Say if you have ever been on a slimming diet 9 and if you know any effective diet. Describe it.

4. Make up a menu for:

a) a birthday party;

b) your aunt who is on a slimming diet;

c) your uncle who likes to eat mush;

d) your cousin who is a sweet tooth (сладкоежка)

 

1. Use the right forms of the verbs in the Present Indefinite Tense or the Past Indefinite in brackets:

1. His sister (to study) English every day.

2. She (to study) English two hours ago.

3. You (to come) home at six o’clock yesterday? - No, I ….Yesterday I (to come) home from school at half past eight. I (to be) very tired .I (to have) dinner with my family. After dinner I (to be) very thirsty/ I (to drink) two cups of tea. Then I rest.

4. My daughter (not to drink) coffee yesterday.

5. My mother always (to take) a bus to get to work, but yesterday she (not to take) a bus.

6. Your sister (to go) to school every day? – Yes, she ….

7. You (to wear) it polka –dot dress to work? – Yes, I …. I (to wear) it yesterday.

8. We (to like) to go to the beach. We (to enjoy) swimming in the ocean last weekend.

9. I (to go) to bed at ten o’clock.

10. Last week she (to write) a funny story about her pet.

 

2. Give three forms of the verbs:

read, make, hear, buy, win, awake, fall, cost, live, wish, stop, drink , ring, see, find, bring, send, hide, say, think, understand, feel, run, drive, send, catch, speak, write

 

3. Use the right forms of the verbs in brackets in the Past Indefinite:

1. What your neighbors (to do) yesterday)?

2. Her brothers (to shout) at her.

3. The lion (to jump) and (to spring) at her.

4. He (to lie) there for an hour till someone finally (to hear) his cries for help.

5. The police (to open) fire and (to wound) two criminals.

6. She (to bake) a delicious apple pie.

7. She (to cook) a good dinner.

8. The children (to brush) their teeth, (to yawn) a little and (to go) to bed.

9. She (to wash) the dishes and (to look) very tired.

10. I suddenly (to see) a face in the window.

 

4. Write questions and negative sentences:

1. Last August we found a blackbird’s nest.

2. My grandfather decided to travel by train.

3. The guard saw Toto.

4. Nelly walked slowly home, wondering how to break the bad news.

5. She found the key in its unusual place.

6. She studied English two hours ago.

7. Last week she wrote a funny story about her pet.

8. Peter played football at the club yesterday evening.

9. I decided to go to the country on my day off.

10. She began learning English.

 

5. Ask all kinds of questions:

1. The students took all examinations last month.

2. He was in London last week.

3. They were at their office yesterday morning.

4. Our students read a lot of English books last year.

5. We decided to spend the weekend together.

6. He studied at the University.

7. We went to a party at the weekend.

8. Her eyes were dark blue.

9. Many years ago two friends went to a very small town.

10. I thought for some time and decided that I had time for myself

 

 

Практикалық сабақтардың тапсырмалары

Тақырыбы: Meals. Health. National dishes. Recipe

Lexis: Meals

Grammar: The Future Indefinite Tense,

“To be going ” + Infinitive, The Present Perfect, Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs

II Grammar: The Present Perfect Tense

 

I(you, we, they) have finished the work. He(she) has finished the work She has not seen this film. They have traveled a lot lately. қазақ тіліне өткен шақта аударылады
We have lived in Moscow since 1950. He has long known her. They have worked at our office for 3 years   қазақ тіліне осы шақта аударылады

Сұраулы сөйлемдер мен жауаптар

Have you ever been to London? - Yes, I have. No, I haven’t
Has she received the letter? - Yes, she has, No, she hasn’t

 

1 Іс әрекет осы шақта бітсе Present Prefect қолданылады

The train has arrived – поезд келді

I have found my gloves – мен өз қолғабымды тауып алдым

Where have you been? – Сен қайда болдың?

Who has taken my book? – Менің кітабымды кім алды?

She has read a lot of books. – Ол көп кітап оқып шықты.

We have learned English for many years – Біз ағылшын тілін көп жылдан бері оқыдық.

They have been married for 10 years – Олар 10 жыл бойы бірге тұрып жатыр.

1) Шақ көрсеткіштері: ever, never, just (жаңа ғана), always, long(ұзақ уақыт), for a long time, recently (жақында), lately (соңғы уақытта), since that time (сол уақыттан бері), This year (month, week…):

Nobody has seen her today – Оны бүгін ешкім көрген жоқ.

I have just seen her – Мен оны жаңа ғана көрдім.

You have made good progress in English lately – Соңғы уақытта сіз ағылшын тілінде үлкен жетістіктерге жеттіңіз.

 

Іс әрекеттің нәтижесі: Іс әрекеттің уақыты:

(Present Perfect) (Past Indefinite)

I have seen him I saw him yesterday

Мен оны көрдім Мен оны кеше көрдім

I have read the book I read the book last year

 

 

Degrees of comparison of adjectives and adverbs

 

positive comparative superlative
Big warm easy fast bigger warmer easier faster biggest warmest easiest fastest
beautiful interesting dangerous carefully   more Beautiful more Interesting more less) dangerous more carefully   most beautiful most interesting most (least) dangerous most carefully

 

 

good well better best
Bad worse worst
Old older (жасына қарай үлкендігі) oldest
elder (жанұядағы үлкендігіне қарай) eldest
Far farther(әрірек) further farthest furthest
much, many more most
Little less least
Few fewer fewest

 

 

Lexical – grammar exercises:

I. Use the right word:

Vitamins, the food, bread, apple, salad, vegetables, bar of chocolate, lunch, meat, rice, green peas, consists, substantial, bacon and eggs (2), toast(2), breakfast(2), eat(2), meal, tea, healthy, food.

A. What about… people eat! I know a man who only eats healthy…, he takes a lot of …. I’ve never seen anybody who looks so ill! I like good food and I think most …food is really tasteless. For … I usually have … and coffee, and at weekends when I have more time I have … … … I get … in the middle of the morning, I have a ……., them a sandwich made with white …, of course. After day’s work in the office I’m pretty hungry and in the evenings I like a big … of … and … My ill-looking friend is horrified by what I …: his breakfast is some cheese with a cup of … and an … For lunch he has … and in the evening … … and … . He says it’s very good for him but I’m not so sure.

B. Everyone has heard of the English… When someone says to you ‘’breakfast in England’’, what do you think first? … … … of course. Actually very many people nowadays have what they call a Continental breakfast, which … of coffee and … - nothing more. But there are families where they …a… “proper” breakfast.

 

II Finish the following:

1. The English usually have soap, meat and salad and an apple pie for … . 2. I like porridge with milk and a cup of coffee for … . 3. Do you take your tea with …? 4. In England the last meal of the day is … . 5. When we come home in the evening we usually have … . 6. Here is the menu. What would you like to …? What would you prefer for desert? – I’d like … . 8. Let’s go to the café. – Thank you, … 9. I’m on a slimming diet, so for breakfast I only have … 10. I usually have four … 11. They ah coming in five minutes. Lay … Don’t forget … 12. Where ah you going to celebrate your birthday? – I think..

 

III Complete the following sentences.

1. Help yourself to … . 2/ The meat is … . 3. The soup lacks … . 4. Can I offer you … ? 5. Will you have … ? 6. May I trouble you … . 7. Will you pass … ? 8. Shall I treat you … ? 9. For dessert I’ll have … . 10. Will you … ? 11. Let’s have … . 12. They serve … .

 

V. Answer the following questions.

1. Have you had dinner yet? 2. Have you had coffee today? 3. Has year brother left for Kiev? 4. Has she ever met my elder brother? 5. has Mary been to the canteen yet? 6. Have you found anything to your taste on the menu? 7. Have they paid for the lunch yet? 8. What book have you discussed today ? 9. Have much have you paid for the supper? 10. What English books have you had yet?

 

Say what you (your friend, etc) have had for breakfast, dinner … today.

VI. Write the possible answers. Use Present Perfect.

1. Why are you looking so happy?

2. Why ah you looking so sad?

3. Why is your friend so angry?

4. Why is Ann crying?

5. Why are the students laughing ?

(to get a letter from home; to pass the exam; to tail the exam; to lose one/s bag; to hear a funny story; to get a ticket to the Bolshoi; to hear bad news; to win the first prize; to good news…)

VII. Use Present Perfect or Past Indefinite.

1. I (to have) my breakfast. I’m not hungry.

2. He (to have) his breakfast an hour ago.

3. The smiths (to invite) us to dinner last Saturday.

4. The (to invite) many guests to their Christmas party.

5. We (to buy) a lot of things, put them info the fridge.

6. We went shopping yesterday and (to buy) a lot of things.

7. She (to de) to London a lot of times.

8. She (to de) in London last month.

9. I never (to taste) Indian food.

10. I (to taste) Indian food when we were at the restaurant.

11. They (not to write) to us since they moved to a new flat.

12. When they (to write) to you last?

13. How long you (to learn) English?

14. I (to learn) English long ago.

VIII. Use Present Perfect or Present Indefinite.

1. Our family (to lat) dinner at home on Saturdays and Sundays.

2. Our family (to lat) dinner at home since grandma came to live with us.

3. I (to know) Alice very well

4. I (to know) Alice School time

5. Mr. Brook (to be) our English teacher.

6. Mr. Brook (to be) our English teacher for a year.

7. They (to be married) for 10 years.

8. They (to be married).

9. You (to live) in Moscow?

10. He (to work) at this office?

11. He (to work) at this office long?

IX. Use the right form of the adjective:

A. The Best and the Worst

Joe Brown has the (beautiful) garden in our town. Nearly everybody enters for "The (nice) Garden Competition" each year but Joe wins every time. Bill's garden is (large) than Joe's. Bill works (hard) than Joe and grows (many) flowers and vegetables, but Jot's garden is (interesting). I like gardens too, but I don't like hard work. Every year I enter for "The Garden Competition" too and I always win a little prize for the (bad) garden in the town.

Text: В.

I have seen the seven wonders of the world and if there is an eighth I have seen it too. I have walked through the (wonderful) public of civilized and uncivilized country in the world. I have slept in the (fine) beds of the (fashionable) hotels of the (big) cities of the (good) countries. I have eaten the (tasty) foods on Earth, I have spent long afternoons in the (beau­tiful) gardens of the (rich) people on Earth drinking green tea, reading the (cheap) novels and smoking the (expensive) cigars. I have played poker with the (famous) people — with the Prince of Wales and with the Countess of Strasbourg. Seven of the won­ders I have seen, but the (good) place for me is Beale Street.

(After W. Saroyan)

Text C: Carol's Apple Cake

Carol baked on apple cake yesterday, but she couldn't fol­low all the instructions in her cookbook because she didn't have enough of the ingredients. She used (little) flour and (few) eggs than the recipe required. She also used (little) but­ter, (few) apples, (few) raisins and (little) sugar than she needed. As a result Carol's apple cake didn't taste very good. In fact it tasted terrible.

X.1) Read about the largest, the longest, the highest things in the world from "Guinness Book of World Records."

1. The coldest place on Earth is the Pole of Cold, Antarctica.

2. The hottest place is Dallol, Ethiopia.

3. The highest mountain in the world is mountain Everest.

4. The longest river in the world is the Mississippi.

5. The highest bridge in the world is the bridge over the Arkansas River in Colorado, USA.

6. The fastest airliner is Concorde.

7. The tallest building in New York is the World Trade Centre.

8. The most famous street in New York is Broadway.

9. The most expensive shop is Macy's in New York.

10. The largest flying creature was the pterosaur.

11. The tallest man in. the world was Robert Pershing Wad low from the USA.

12. The shortest person in the world was Pauline Musters.

13. The heaviest man in the world was John Brower Minocqua.

14.The biggest family in Great Britain is the family of Elizabeth and John Moth (42 children).

15. The world's greatest coffee drinkers are the people of Sweden who drink 2,985 pounds of coffee per person per year.

 

2) Make up your own "Guinness Book of Records."

 

XVI. Interview your group mates. Ask them which of the following people or characters are the cleverest, most beautiful, funniest, richest, nicest, strongest, kindest, most attractive, most talented, bravest, most elegant, most handsome, prettiest, etc.

James Bond, Elizabeth Taylor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jane Fonda, Paul McCartney, Madonna, Dustin Hoffman, Michael Jackson, Sylvester Stallone, Marlon Brandon, Margaret

Thatcher, Charlie Chaplin, Terminator, Mickey Mouse, Winnie-the-Pooh, Cinderella or anybody else you know.

 

XI Read the story and answer the questions:

The Earl of Sandwich lived long ago in England. He was fond of about playing cards. He didn't even want to stop play­ing long enough to eat a meal. So he invented a quick meal. He put some meat between two slices of bread. Then he could hold his meal in one hand and play cards with the other.

Sandwiches were great favorites in Victorian England. It was the tradition to take afternoon tea at about 5 o'clock, and many rich families ate sandwiches at that time. Cucumber sandwiches were very popular. The servants always cut the crusts off the bread, so the sandwiches were very small and delicate Sandwiches are less elegant now and often much bigger. The American comic strip character Dagwood Bumstead is famous for his "Dagwood" sandwiches which have up to ten slices of bread packed with different fillings all one on top of the other. The English eat millions of sandwiches every day. They are a typical "snack" meal because they are easy and quick to prepare. You can buy sandwiches if you don't want to make them yourself. There are thousands of sandwich bars and cafes and even some restaurants that sell them

- Questions:

1 .What kind of meal did the Earl of Sandwich invent?

2. Did he stop playing cards when he was having his meal?

3. What was one of the great traditions in Victorian England?

4. What kind of sandwiches do people have today?

5. Why do people like to have sandwiches for their meal?

 

XII Read the recipe and guess what we ah going to have for dinner today.

Pour water info a Sauce-pan, put some meat info it. While it boils peel and cat beetroot, carrots, parsley and onions. Heat 2 spoonfuls of butter in the frying pan. Fry vegetables in it, add sliced tomato or tomato puree and cover the lid on. Stir the vegetables, add some water if necessary, let them simmer. Remove them info the sauce-pan. After 15-20 minutes add some cut cabbage, salt, vinegar and sugar to your taste. Put potatoes lither whole or cut up. Boil it until it’s quite ready. Serve with sour chat.

Ingredients.

500gr meat 100gr onions vinegar

300gr beetroot 100gr fresh tomatoes or sugar

200gr fresh cabbage 1 spoonful of tomato pure salt

 

XIII Tell your fellow students what you know about English and Kazakh meals and cooking.

XIV Describe how you cook your favourite dish (or any cook you can cook)

XV. Look through the menu and say what you'd like to have. Say why you have chosen this dish. Begin your answers with "I have chosen ... because it's cheaper" or "I have chosen bananas because they are more exotic."

"Country Inn" Restaurant Menu

Starters

Tomato juice 50 с

Orange juice 50 с

Tomato soup 75 с

Onion soup 75 с

Main courses

Grilled steak $3, 50

Egg and bacon pie $2, 50

Cheese and tomato pizza $2

Hamburger $1, 50

Spanish omelet $2

with

Mixed salad 75 с

Mixed vegetables 75 с

Baked potatoes 50 с

French fries 50 с

Desserts

Apple pie $1

Cheese 75с

Fruit salad 75 с

Banana cream 75 с

Ice cream 50 с

Pineapples $1 (a piece)

Drinks

Coke. Beer. Milk. Coffee. 50 с

 

 

XVII 1) Read the dialogue:

Breakfast at a Hotel

Waiter:Good morning! What would you like to order?

Tom:Could I see the menu, please? Thank you. I'd

like some grape juice and cereal to start with.

Then bacon and eggs, make them soft-boiled,

please.

Jean:Oh, I could not eat all that. It's too much. I'll

just have toast and marmalade.

Waiter:Thank you. Would you prefer coffee or tea?

Tom:Coffee, I think, what about you, dear?

Jean: I prefer tea.

 

2) Say "which breakfast you would choose: a real English break-fast like Tom — or a light Continental breakfast like Jean?

3) Is it -wise to take the English breakfast and eat less for lunch and dinner?

4) Do you agree with what an expert says about good eating habits: If our food has few vitamins we get ill. Green vegetables are especially our important for our health "?

Text

MEALS IN AN ENGLISH FAMILY

The usual meals in England are: breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner, or in simpler houses, breakfast, dinner, tea and supper. In England mealtimes are as follows: breakfast time is between 7 and 9 a.m., lunch time is between 12 and 2 p.m., dinner is between 7 and 10 p.m.

Breakfast is generally the bigger meal than you have on the Continent. Usual breakfast is porridge, bacon and eggs, mar­malade with buttered toast and tea or coffee. For a change you can have a boiled egg, cold ham or perhaps fish. Breakfast is often a quick meal, because the father of the family has to get away to his work, children have to go to school, and the moth­er has her housework to do.

Englishmen generally have lunch at one o'clock p.m. The businessmen usually find it impossible to come for lunch and so they go to a cafe or a restaurant where they usually find a mutton chop, or cold meat, or fish with potatoes, salad, then a pudding or fruit to follow. Some people like a glass of beer with lunch.

Afternoon tea you can hardly call a meal, but for some people it has become a tradition. At this time "everything stops

for tea" in England. People often come in for a chat with their cup of tea. Some English families like to have the so called "high tea" which is quite a substantial meal. They have it between 5 and 6 o'clock. It usually consists of ham or tongue, tomatoes, salad or sausage with strong tea, bread and butter, then stewed fruit, or apricots with cream or a cake.

The main meal of the day is called dinner. Dinner is eaten either in the middle of the day or in the evening. The midday meal usually consists of two courses — a meat course with a lot of vegetables and a soup.

 

 

MEALS

Dialogue 1

Jane: It's high time to have a snack. Would you like to go to our buffet?

Peter: As for me I'd rather have a good substantial dinner. What about going to our refectory?

Jane: All light. Let it be our refectory.

At the refectory'

Peter: Have a look at the menu. What do they serve today?

Jane: Oh, the choice is very good. For the first course we can take either mushroom soup or chicken broth. For the second course they serve rissoles with mashed potatoes, fried fish with chips and stewed meat with vegetables.

Peter: I'll have mushroom soup and rissoles And what about you?

Jane: I think I'll take chicken broth and stewed meat with vegetables. Any dessert?

Peter. Let's have black coffee and ice cream.

Jane: Fine. Would you like any appetizers ?

Peter: I don't think I'll have any.

 

Dialogue 2

Mother: Ann, would you kindly help me (to) lay

the table?

Ann: Of course, mother dear. Where are the

things?

Mother: The table-cloth is in the upper drawer of

the sideboard. Spoons, knives and forks

are there too. Dinner plates are in the

kitchen.

Ann: Where is the breadbasket?

Mother: It's on the kitchen table. Cut some brown

and white bread, will you?

Ann: Ready. What else must I put out?

Mother: Don't forget to put out the mustard-pot,

the saltcellar and the pepper-box.

Ann: The napkins are in the sideboard too, aren't

they? Do you want me to do anything

else?

Mother: No, thank you, dear. So the table is laid,

isn't it?

Ann: Sure it is.

 

Dialogue 3

Waiter: (answering a phone call): Dino’s Restaurant

Good evening.

Customer: Good evening. I’d like to book a table

for this evening.

Waiter: Certainly, sir. For how many?

Customer: For four.

Waiter: Right. For what time?

Customer: 8.30

Waiter: 8.30 for. And what name is it, please?

Customer: Smith. S-M-I-T-H.

Waiter: Right. I’ve got that. We’ll see you at 8.30 then sir,

 

Read the text:

How to Be Fit

Hello. Our programme today is called "How to Be Fit' The whole world admires the beautiful models and film stars you so often see on TV They are tall, slim, long-legged. You see them and you want to look like them. But do you know how to do it? The problem is that people eat too much today. Besides, who can refuse a piece of nice sweet cake or a cup of sweet chocolate? Some people can. Our guest today is the famous Linda Martin, a film star. She will tell you how she keeps fit.

"Hello. My name is Linda Martin. Let me tell you a few important things about my life. I don't get up very early but I begin my day with exercises. I go out and ran about my house twenty times. Then I get hungry and have breakfast. I have a big glass of orange juice and then a cup of coffee. At about one I have my lunch. At lunch I eat a lot of vegetables: cabbage, carrots, peas, fresh cucumbers, a piece of rye bread and a cup of tea without sugar, of course. Sometimes I don't have any lunch at all if I'm at work. I don't like to have meals in public places. I sometimes have dinner in the evening when Pm hun­gry or when I have guests a home. I don't like to receive guests because we usually eat a lot of meat and fish and other heavy things which don’t help you to be fit. My motto is “Eat to live, but not live to eat. And dear ladies, always remember you are as old as you look. That’s why I have always played only young girls”.

Read the text again and say

1) what Linda Martin eats to keep fit;

2) why she doesn’t like to receive guests;

3) if you can keep the same diet;

4) if she tells the truth;

5) how old she is;

XIX Things to do;

1 You are a doctor. Make a list of Does and Don’ts, what you recommend to eat and what you don’t to

a) a thin person;

b) a fat person;

2/ make a recipe of your favorite dish (fish, meat, cake, fruit, salad, etc)

3. Say if you have ever bun on a slimming diet 9 and if you know any effective diet. Describe it.

4. Make up a menu for:

a) a birthday party;

b) your aunt who is on a slimming diet;

c) your uncle who likes to eat mush;

d) your cousin who is a sweet tooth (сладкоежка)

 

 

ӨЖ-дің тапсырмалары

 

Тақырып :My Family.

Мақсаты мен мазмұны:

Практикалық

- грамматикалық және лексикалық материалды түсіндіру және бекіту;

- интонацияны қадағалау және дағдыларды қалыптастыру;

- сөйлеу дағдыларын қалыптастыру;

- сөлеу дағдыларын қалыптастыру.

Тәрбиелік

- эстетикалық;

- рухани

 

Негізгі сұрақтар:

Have you a large family?

What`s your name?

How old are you?

Where are you from?

Where do you live?

Have you a friend?

What is his name?

What is his hobby?

What does your friend do every day?

What rellatives do you have?

 

 

Grammar

1. Use:

A."I," "he," "she," "it," "we," "you," "they" :

1. ... am English. 2.1 have two books. 3. The book is not yellow. ... is grey. 4. Are ... a student? 5. You and I are Russians, ... are English. 6. ... is his aunt. 7. ... is a teacher. 8. Are ... from France?

 

B."am," "are," "is," "have," "has" :

1. The cat ... in the box. 2. ... you a cousin? 3.1 ... a student. 4. Mr. Brown ... a daughter. 5. Those cars ... red. 6. She ... a large family. 7. Nick ... my good friend. 8. ... she from England?

 

С "my," "your," "his," "her," "its," "our," "their" :

1. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have two children. Both ... children are boys. 2. Miss Smith is a teacher. ... students are German. 3. We are French. ... friends are English. 4. You are in Bristol but ... family is in York. 5.1 have a small cat. ... cat is very funny. 6. My daughter has a dog. ... nose is long. 7. My friends have a new car. ... car is very nice. 8. Mary has a new bag. ... nag is very big.

 

2. I. Use: A "to be" and В "to have" in the right form.

A : 1. I ... a student from Kazakhstan. 2. My son ... an engineer. 3. They ... good friends. 4. I ... married. 5. She ... twenty. 6. What .. .you? - I... a sociologist. 6. ... he a

teacher or a student? 7. My mother ... a housewifd. 8. We ... glad to meet you. 9. It.. .cold today.

В : 1. He ... two sisters. 2.They ... a very nice flat in Astana. 3. Balzhan ... many friends at school. 4. My father ... three brothers, so I ... three uncles. 5. ... she any pets at home? 6. You ... many English books. 7. Yerasyl ... a new car. H. ... you any brothers or sisters? - Yes, I ... two brothers and a sister.

 

3. Use: Is or has ?

In the following sentences, say it's = is or has.

Example : Bill's American. Bill is Americen.

a. He's a policeman.____________

b. He's 26.

c. He's got a car.

d. Jan's married.

e. She's got a husband and two children.__________

f. She's got anew dress.

g. It's blue.

h. Her daughter's hungry.

 

4. Make the following sentences negative. Then give the right information. Example : The sun rises in the west.

The sun doesn't rise in the west. It rises in the east.

a. The Queen lives , Station Road, London.

b. Kangaroos come from Canada. с The sun shines at night.

d. In England people drive on the right.

e. Your teacher arrives late.

 

5. Write sentences to ask about the missing information.

Example : I get up at__________

What time do you get up?

a. At the weekend I usually go to___________

b. The bank opens at____

с My mother comes from ______

 

6 . Write in the third person singular of the following verbs

want_____ wash_____ study_____ go__

read_____ catch_____ carry_____ do____

think_____ crash_____ cry______

 

7. Put the words in the right order.

a.cinema / you / to / often / go / the / do

b.meat / never / eat / I / because / don't / I / it /like

с listen / evening / the / to / parents / radio / the / me / always / in

d.holiday / how / do / have / often / a / you

e.sometimes / restaurant / we / Japanese / go / a / to

 

8. In each of the following sentences there is one mistake. Find it and correct it.

a. Does he got a new car ?

b. She's housewife.

с She speaks the Spanish very well.

d.I've got some new reds shoes.

e.He never wear a hat.

 

9.Complete the text. Use the verbs in the box.

Play is are isn't have swim go sit listen.

It__ true that English weather___always very cold. In London, in

the summer and autumn, days__long, warm and sunny. People__

tennis,__barbecues,__for walks in the country, or___in the garden.

At the weekend some people from London____to the sea by train. They

___in the sea,____on chairs in the sun or____listen to open air

concerts in the evenening.

 

10. Write about what people in your town do in summer.

11. Read the text "My family" and answer to the questions.

Me and my family

My sister takes after my mum, but people say I take after my dad. He’s a travel consultant and he’s got his own business. He’s always nice and friendly.

My mother shows her feelings more. She works as a barmaid in a wine bar and she’s quite attractive. She’s got dark hair and a nice face with dark brown eyes.

Kate is funny and a bit different. She changes the way she dresses every week. I am not very interested in fashion – I like my jeans and old clothes.

Kate lives and works in a lot of different countries. I stayed with her in New York when we were doing a job together. We went shopping and everyone knew her because there were posters of her everywhere.

Somebody from a model agency saw Kate at JFK airport in New York when she was 14 or 15. We were coming back from a holiday in Florida with dad and a woman said, “Do you want to come down to the model agency?” Kate had never thought about modeling before that – she was just a normal girl then.

When we were young we had fights about silly little things. It was fantastic! She sometimes hit me so I ripped up her posters and threw her clothes on the floor.

My parents are divorced but they get on quite well. I live with my dad but my mum lives very near and I see her about three times a week. I get on brilliantly with my dad – we can talk about everything. He’s very easygoing and not strict, but he keeps me under control.

Kate loves modeling. If you are a woman you can earn a lot of money, but the job is nоt so good for men. I enjoy modeling, but I would prefer to play football professionally or manage a hotel. I suppose I’m quite ambitious – I want to succeed.

 

Tasks to the article.

I.Answer the questions before reading the article.

a) Do you take after anyone in your family? Who? In what way?

Example: I look like my father but I have my mother’s personality.

b) Is there anyone you get on well with?

Example: I’m very close to my younger sister.

c) Is there anyone you don’t get on with?

Example: I don’t like my cousin.

II. Before you read the newspaper article guess the answers to these questions.

a) Are Kate and Nick interested in clothes?

b) How did Kate first become a model?

c) Is modeling very different for men and women?

III. Read the article.

a) Were your guess correct?

b) Are these sentences True (T) or False (F)?

1. Kate and Nick have different personalities.

2. Their parents work in the fashion business.

3. Kate always wanted to be a model.

4. Kate and Nick had lots of fights when they were young.

5. Nick doesn’t see his mother very often.

6. Nick and his father have a good relationship.

7. Nick doesn’t want to be a model all his life.

1. Use “am”, “are”, “is”

a) He…a student.

b) You …French.

c) I … a teacher.

d) She … a young lady.

e) It … a car.

f) Nick …from Glasgow.

g) Ann … a doctor.

h) This … a classroom.

i) The door … brown.

j) Pete … happy.

k) Bess … in Moscow now.

l) The book … thin.

m) They … from Canada.

n) I … fat.

 

2. Use “I”, “you, “we”, “they”, “he”, “she”, “it”.

a) …is a teacher.

b) … are a good friend.

c) … is a table.

d) … am a student.

e) … is Mr. Robinson.

f) … is a cat.

g) … is a young man.

h) … am fine.

i) … is in London.

j) … in the car.

 

3. Finish the following:

a) My mother’s sister is my …and her brother is my … .

b) My wife’s mother is my … and her father is my … .

c) My wife’s sister is my … and my wife’s brother is my … .

d) My uncle’s son is my … and my aunt’s daughter is my … too.

e) My mother has a sister, her son is my mother’s … .

f) My father has a brother, his daughter is my father’s … .

 

4. Use the right word.

Brother , a worker, son, at an office, uncle, in the army, a policeman, a dentist, a taxi driver, a teacher, the school, head.

a) My father is … .

b) His … is a computer operator.

c) He is a clerk … .

d) His … is an office worker.

e) My … is a rich businessman.

f) Their son is … now. He is a soldier.

g) He is … and his brother is … .

h) She is … and her sister is … .

i) This man is … of our department.

j) Her aunt is headmistress of … .

5. Answer the questions.(G.Vyborova, Easy English, p.27, ex,X)

6. Translate into English(G.Vyborova, Easy English, p.27, ex.XI)

7. Put in she, her, hers, he, his, him, it, its, me, mine, us, ours:

1. Who is that girl? … name is Jenny. 2. My flat isn’t big. … is quite small.

3. Look! There is Mike. Can you see …? 4. I have got my key, but Peter hasn’t got … 5. Emily is nice. We like … 6. That isn’t Ann’s house. … is next door.7. Tom isn’t here. … is at home.8. Hello! My name is Linda. What is …? 9. Look! The dog isn’t eating … food. 10. – Is this your car? - No it isn’t …

 

8. Write number by words, and words by numbers:

1. … twenty-two

2. 47 …

3. … sixty-six

4. 89 …

5. … thirty-eight

6. 54 …

7. … seventy-one

8. 93…

 

9. Say aloud:

1218, 1475, 1509, 1600, 1812, 1941, 1900, 1917, 1965, 1970, 1953

 

10. Translate:

Model:the tenth lesson, lesson ten

пятнадцатая комната, десятый дом, пятидесятая квартира, двадцать второй текст, седьмой урок, третья контора, семнадцатое упражнение, девяносто пятая страница

 

11. Make sentences paying attention on the order of words in narrative English sentences:

Model: bag, black, is, my.

My bag is black.

1. book, this, interesting, is, an.

2. flat, clean, my, is.

3. is, a, this, house.

4. is, a, this, house.

5. book, under, table, my, the, is.

6. pen, this, red, is.

7. friend, peter, my, is.

8. are, friends, they.

9. boy, is, clever, Nick, a.

10. kind, is, mother, my.

 

12. Ask questions for these answers:

1. Our office sells a lot of different goods to foreign firms (3).

2. Our directorusually receivesbusinessmen at half past ten(3).

3. I go to the University every day (4).

4. My sister likes to read books (3).

5. Our country buys a lot of different equipment from Great Britain (3).

 

13. Make sentences paying attention on the order of words in English questions:

Model: dress, got, Mary, a, has, good?

Has Mary got a good dress?

1. parrot, your, a, friend, at, got, has, home?

2. house, have, big, they, a, got?

3. cat, a, his, tail, got, fuzzy, has?

4. toys, the, got, children, have, new?

5. car, I, old, got, an, have?

6. eyes, cat, the, got, green, has?

7. got, a, have, bike, you?

8. grandmother, pet, a, his, got, has?

9. Zoo, got, a, has, private, he?

10. book, Mary, an, got, English, has?

 

14. Complete the sentences using to be or to have:

1. You … welcome.

2. The metro station … far from my house.

3. Mary and Nelly … friends.

4. How many children … they?

5. What country … she from?

6. They … a small cottage. It … far away.

7. He … bad habits.

8. How far … it from here?

9. She … two mistakes in the test. Her mistakes … bad.

10. It … a rainy day, … he an umbrella with him?

 

15. Put in to have/ has in the Present Indefinite Tense:

1. … you any paper?- I am sorry, I … no paper.

2. They… no French magazines.

3. Miss Eve … no family of her own.

4. Ted and Alice … a new car.

5. Helen … a new winter coat.

6. We are very busy. He … very little time.

7. My friend … no telephone.

8. … your child many toys?

9. … the Browns a garden? Yes, they … a large garden.

10. … you any questions?

 

16. Translate into English:

1.У вас много книг по истории?- Да.

2. У вашего друга есть машина? – нет.

3. У него большая семья? – нет. Их четверо.

4. Анн есть двое детей: мальчик и девочка.

5. У них есть свой сад?

6. У этого преподавателя много групп?

7. У меня нет телевизора.

8. У нас нет свободного времени.

9. У них нет занятия по французскому языку сегодня.

 

17. “ to be” в Present Indefinite Tense (Г.Выборова, стр.337)

I. Use the verb to be in the Present Indefinite Tense

1. Mrs. Thatcher ... Britain's first woman prime minister

2. There ... a meeting at the club yesterday

3. How many people ... there at the party?

4. George Washington ... the first president of the USA

5. My answers ... all wrong

6. They ... students last year

18. “ to have” in the Present Indefinite Tense (грамм.справочник., стр.337)



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