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Transform the following sentences into questions. Begin your questions with the words in brackets.

Example: My brother plays tennis. (How often?)

How often does my brother play tennis?

I get up at six oclock. (What time?)

What time do you get up?

1. We study six days a week. (How many days?)

2. Our working day begins early. (When?)

3. After their lectures students read up in the reading-hall. (Where?)

4. Students have exams three times a year. (How often?)

5. The first lecture starts at eight in the morning. (When?)

6. In summer students work in summer camps with children. (With whom?)

7. We often have a look at the notice-board to know what is going on at the faculty. (Why?)

8. During the breaks students go to the canteen. (Where?)

9. My elder brother works at the office. (Where?)

10. Her family consists of eight persons. (How many persons?)

 

Decide whether the verbs in these sentences are right or wrong. Correct those which are wrong. The verb is underlined.

Example: I dont know your telephone number. right

Dont make so much noise. I study. wrong (am studying)

 

1. My elder brother works as an engineer. _______

2. Turn off the TV, please. Im reading. ________

3. Her mother is working as a teacher. _______

4. Im liking music and dancing. _______

5. The students usually have three double periods every day. _______

6. Look! Jane tries to open the window. _______

7. Can you hear the lecturer? What does he talk about? _______

8. Im in a hurry. The lecture starts at eight. I go to the University. ______

9. My friends are taking exams three times a year: in winter, spring and summer.

10. Im trying to study well at the faculty of natural sciences.

 

Read a sentence about the present and then write a sentence about the past.

Example: Nick usually gets up at seven.

Yesterday he got up at six.

 

1. The first lecture starts at eight in the morning. Yesterday _______ .

2. In summer my sister works at a childrens camp. Last summer _______ .

3. In the evening John listens to the music. Last night _______ .

4. My mother goes out into her garden every morning. Two days ago _______.

5. Mary usually wakes up early. Yesterday morning _______ .

6. His brother usually goes out in the evening. Yesterday evening _______ .

7. My grandfather works on a farm. When he lived in the country _______ .

8. Her sister often goes to the theatre. A week ago _______ .

9. Jack is never late for work. Yesterday _______ .

10. Kate has many friends. When she studied at school _______ .

 

Use the correct form (Past, Future or Present Simple) of the verb in brackets.

Example: Yesterday we_______ a composition (write).

Yesterday we wrote a composition.

1. Last summer they _______ their holidays working with children in a camp on the Black Sea cost (spend).

2. Next winter my younger sister _______ to the Carpathian mountains (go).

3. In a year we _______ second-year students (become).

4. When it rained students _______ for a walk and _______ in the hall (not to go, dance).

5. Tomorrow our group _______ an exam in History of Ukraine (take).

6. When he was a boy, my father _______ of collecting stamps (be fond).

7. During breaks students _______ with each other and _______ a snack in the canteen (talk, have).

8. Next summer my elder brother _______ on a farm (work).

9. When it was 9.20 students _______ a break (have).

10. In 2012 Ukraine _______ everyone to a football competition (invite).

 

 

Read a sentence and then write another sentence with the same meaning.

Example: Students attend lectures.

Lectures are attended (by students).

1. John translates a difficult text.

2. Jane and Mary read an interesting book.

3. Yesterday pupils wrote a dictation.

4. On Monday we discussed an important problem.

5. Tomorrow Professor Smith will correct our tests.

6. Schoolchildren often write compositions.

7. They built that house in 1958.

8. Students will take exams in December.

9. They invited Ann to the party.

10. We shall complete the work in time.

 

10. When were these famous people born? Choose the right year for each person:

1940 1564 1856 1814 1722 1871 1929  

Example: Alexander Pushkin was born in 1799.

1. Ivan Franco _______ .

2. John Lennon _______ .

3. Martin Luther King _______ .

4. Grigory Skovoroda _______ .

5. William Shakespeare _______ .

6. Taras Shevchenko ________ .

7. Lesya Ukrainka _______ .

 

And now answer the following questions:

When was your mother born?

When was your best friend born?

When were you born?

 

 

English in Use

Adressing People

Study the following forms of address.

When addressing people in English, we use Mr./Mrs./Miss followed by the surname:

Mr.['mıstə] Brown to a man;

Mrs. ['mısız] Brown to a married woman;

Miss['mıs] Brown to a girl or unmarried woman.

Other forms of address are:

Sir used to a man who is clearly older than oneself.

Professor used either with or without the surname, depending on how formal or informal one wishes to be (Simply Professor is more formal).

Mrs or Miss (Brown) used when addressing women-teachers.

Ladies and Gentlemen to an audience.

Mr. or Madam Chairman to the chairman of a meeting.

Waiter / Waitress / Porter / Nurse etc. to people in certain occupations. Now people simply try to catch the waiters eyes, for example, or say Excuse me, (please).

Officer to a policeman.

 

Choose the best answer.

1) When you address a middle-aged whose name you do not know, you say:

a) Mister; b) Sir; c) Officer.

2) If you want to address an eminent British scientist (Doctor John Lonsdale), you say:

a) Mr. Lonsdale; b) Dr. Lonsdale; c) John.

3) If you want to address a visiting English teacher Helen Parker (unmarried), you call her:

a) Helen; b) Miss Helen; c) Miss Parker.

 

Getting Acquainted with People

Read and translate the following dialogues making use of the Word List below.

I. Let me introduce myself to you. I am Olga Bilyk.

How do you do, Miss Bilyk. My name is Bill Porter.

How do you do, Mr. Porter. I am a teacher of English. And what are you? (What is your trade?)

I am a college instructor.

Pleased to know you, Mr. Porter.

Glad to get acquainted with you, Miss Bilyk.

II. Mr. Jones, this is Mr. Brown.

Weve met before, havent we?

Sure. We played a game of tennis the other day.

And you won the game.

Thats right.

III. Allow me to introduce John Clark to you, Mr. Smith.

How do you do, Mr. Smith. Nice to meet you.

How do you do, Mr. Clark. Pleased to know you. How do you like this city?

I like it very much, though I havent seen much of it.

I can help you. Well make a car tour of the city one of the days.

It will be great!

Word List

1. What are you? = What is your trade? ?

2. Glad to get acquainted with you. .

3. I havent seen much of it. ( ).

4. Well make a car tour of the city. .

5. It will be great! !

 

Practise the dialogues above and learn any two of them by heart.

Complete the following dialogues with suitable words or phrases from the Word List and the dialogues above.

 

I. Let me ________ myself to you. I am Nick Petrenko.

How do you do, Mr. Petrenko. I am John Bush.

________, Mr. Bush.

Pleased to ________, Nick.

________ to get acquainted with you, John.

 

II. Allow me to ________ Robert Black to you, Ms. Johnson.

How do you do, Mr. Black?

________, Ms. Johnson.

How do you like this city?

________, though I havent seen much of it.

Ill help you. Lets make a tour of the city.

________ . Thank you, Ms. Johnson.

 

Learn the dialogues you have completed by heart.

 

Parting with People

Read and translate the following dialogues making use of the Word List below.

I. Thank you for an enjoyable evening!

Thank you for coming.

Hope well meet soon.

Lets hope for the best.

 

II. Jane, Im sorry to part with you. I must hurry. (I must be going). Ive got an appointment with my tutor for 1 p.m. Good-Bye!

So long (see you), Mary.

 

III. I am going to the country for the weekend.

A happy weekend to you.

The same to you.

Thank you.

 

Word List

1. Thank you for an enjoyable evening! .

2. Lets hope for the best. .

3. I must hurry. = I must be going .

4. So long. .

5. The same to you. () .

 

Practise the dialogues above and learn any two of them by heart.

Complete the following dialogues with suitable words or phrases from the Word List and the dialogues above.

 

I. Its half past nine, isnt it?

Yes, it is.

__________. Im very sorry about it.

It was __________ to talk with you.

__________ has all been mine. Bye for now.

 

II. Are you going my way?

Im afraid not. Ive got to do some shopping.

__________ . Bye-bye!

__________ tomorrow.

 

III. Mary, Im going to the Crimea for my holidays.

Have a __________, Jane! And Ill go to the country.

Thanks. __________ to you.

Thank you.

 

Learn the dialogues you have completed by heart.

 

 

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