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Exercise 7 Read the text and discuss the following questions

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Exercise 7 :

 

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қң қ: Marriage

қң қ: қң ө қ

Marriage қ

ұ

ә

ө

қә: ұқ-

қ : ң ң

ө: ққ

ә қ :

 

қ :

I. Ұ

)

) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Our theme in our lesson is Marriage.

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Exercise 1. Read the words in the box

the bride the vicar the best man

the bride's father the groom

the bridesmaids and pages

Fill in the sentences with the words from the box.

is the woman who is getting married.

is the man who is getting married.

is the friend or brother of the groom. He stands

1)

2)

3)

with the groom during the wedding. He's the one who looks after the ring.

4) is the one that stands with the bride during the

wedding. He gives her away'.

5) is a priest of the Church of England. In Britain

you can get married in a registry office or in a church.

6) are the children who walk behind the bride. They're

the ones that help her with her long dress.

Read the text and discuss the questions from exercise 2.

In Britain, marriage is a relationship where a man and woman make a legal agreement to live together.

The agreement can be religious (such as in church) or in a civil ceremony. Today only 50% of people get married in church. Young people under sixteen can't get married. When you are sixteen and seventeen your parents must agree. The number of teenage weddings is dropping. Only 28% of brides and 11% of bridegrooms are under 21. 32% of brides and 33% of grooms are aged 21-24.

The average age for men to get married is 25'A

The average age for women is 23.

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2. Get into groups of three-four students and discuss the questions

a) How old do you have to be to get married in Kazakhstan 18 or over?

4. What do you think of societies where girls get married when they are 8 or 9?

5. Do most people get married in a civil or a religious ceremony?

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Compare the answers of your group with other groups.

3. Where do single men and women meet?

Fill in the chart to show how often men and women meet at each place.

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Exercise 5Retelling the text :

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қң қ: Marriage

қң қ: Marriage қ

қң

ә

қ қ

қә: ұқ-

қ :

ө: ққ

ә қ :

 

қ :

I. Ұ

)

) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Our theme in our lesson is Marriage.

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Read the description of the steps to marriage in Church of England wedding.

The first step is the engagement. To mark this, James gives Carol an engagement ring.

James and Carol decide on a church wedding and arrange a date with the vicar of their local church. For three weeks banns are read out to tell the people that Carol and James want to get married.

On the day of the wedding James arrives first with a friend. The friend is the best man. James waits at the altar with the best man. Carol arrives later with her father, her bridesmaids and a page boy. Carol follows tradition by being late and wearing white. For luck, she wears

Something old, something new Something borrowed and something blue.

7. Find from the text the words which mean:

1. a ring, usually of gold, platinum, or silver, given to the bride by groom during a marriage ceremony

2. cereal, plant grown on wet ground in warm countries

3. solemn promise, especially to a god or saint

4. arrangement for the marriage

5. public declaration, especially in a church, of an intended marriage

6. small bits of coloured paper thrown at weddings

7. holiday taken by a newly married couple

h) a ring often with a diamond, given by a man to his fiance at the time of Iheir engagement as a token of troth i) celebration of a marriage

Get in pairs and discuss these questions:

How is Carol and James's wedding similar or different from a wedding in Kazakhstan?

What do the couple promise each other in the marriage vows?

Do you think the vows are suitable for the modern world?

8. Think of a wedding you've been to. Be ready to tell your partner about it. Choose
from the list the things you want to talk about. Think about what you will say and what
language you will use.

Who was getting married?

Where, when and what time of year did the ceremony take place?

What was the weather like?

What were you wearing?

What did the bride and groom wear?

Did you know many people at the wedding?

Where did you go for the reception?'

What did you have to eat and drink?

Did anybody give any speeches? Who?

 

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Exercise 11 :

 

 

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қң қ: Medical wonders.

қң қ: қң ө қ

қ ө

ү

қң қ ұ

ғ ү.

қ қ

қә: ұқ-

қ : ң ң

ө: ққ

ә қ :

қ :

I. Ұ

)

) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Our theme in our lesson is Medical wonders. .

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2. You are going to read an article about medical wonders. Try to predict. What medical wonders will you find in the article?

3. Read the article. Find the medical wonders that you don't have in your list in Exercise1.

Medical wonders

Surgeons have been performing operations for hundreds of years. The first successful appendix operation was in 1736, a painful operation without anesthetics. Doctors have been using anesthetics since 1842. Queen Victoria was some of the first women to give birth with the help of anesthetics.

Today surgeons perform amazing operations. In 1967, in South Africa, Dr. Christian Barnard performed the first heart transplant. Since then thousands of people have received new hearts People who can't have children have also received help from medical science. In 1978 the first test-tube baby, Louise Brown, was born. Since then over 4000 couples had babies using this technique.

Now there is even an operation that can help people who are short-sighted, people who have had the operation in Moscow can now see better. The operation is available in other countries.

New eye surgery using lasers could be even more important in the future. Spectacles, or glasses, have been with us for about 500 years and people have been wearing contact lenses since the nineteenth century. Because of the new operations, eye surgeon Mr. William Jory thinks that in the year 2050 nobody will need glasses.

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4. Surgeon, ,

5. Discuss the following in small groups.

 

Do you agree with eye surgeon Mr. William Jory that in the year 2050 nobody will wear glasses? Why? Why not?

What new medical wonders will you expect in the year 2050?

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6. Read the proverb.

"Prevention is better than cure".

Do you agree with it?

Do you have a similar proverb in your language?

Do you know any other proverbs about health?

 

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Exercise 7Retelling the text :

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қң қ: First Aid

қң қ: қң ө қ

қ ө

ү

қң қ ұ

ғ ү.

қ қ

қә: ұқ-

қ : ң ң

ө: ққ

ә қ :

қ :

I. Ұ

)

) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Our theme in our lesson is First Aid .

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Exercise 4 You are going to read a text about first-aid treatment which can save lives. Before reading study the following words.

First Aid

First aid is very important. A little knowledge of first aid is a dangerous thing. An ordinary person can take a first aid class and learn what to do until the patient receives professional help. This might mean helping someone until an ambulance comes. When you give first aid, you breathe directly into the patients mouth. Then you press on the heart in the centre of the chest. You continue alternating these two actions. At the place of a car accident there are three things you should do. First of all you should check if the victims are breathing. If they are not, give them artificial respiration. The most common injuries in car accidents are fractures and bleeding, so the second thing is to stop the bleeding. Thirdly, it's very important not to move the victim unless it's absolutely necessary. If bones are broken, the injury could be muchjkvorse by moving the victim. You should keep them warm, loosen any tight cloth-ing and try to reassure them. They'll probably be suffering from shock, so just stay with them until expert help arrives.

Whet you should do about burns. If it is a minor burn, the best thing to do is put burnt area under the cold tap or slowly pour on iced water. If it's a bad burn, don't touch it, you really should get for this kind of burn expert immediately. Cover the burn very lightly with something clean like a sheet or a handkerchief and then go straight to a hospital.

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Exercise 2. What would you do in these situations?

1. If someone has a minor burn, you should:

a. put cold water on the burned area

b. put a tight bandage on it

c. put butter on it

2. If someone has a bad burn you should

a. put cold water on the burned area

b. put a tight bandage on it

put a loose, clean covering on

3. If you are the first to arrive at the place of a car accident you should

a. lie the victims flat and keep them warm

b. avoid moving the victims and keep warm

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Grammar revision

Find out from the text sentences in Present Simple, Past Simple, Present Perfect

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Exercise 3 Retelling the text :

 

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қң қ: Test

қң қ: Ө қ қң .

қң ұғ ,e қ қ

қ : ғ

қ :

қ :

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)

) қ

II. қң қ, қ .

Today in our lesson we shall the test

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1. ң ұ қғ ө

1. She is the activest student in the class. B. It is worser than that one

3. This exercise is difficult than the previous one

4. This play is an interesting as the one I saw yesterday

5. John is my the best friend

2. ң ұ ұқ ң

I asked her for milk, but she didnt have .

a. some, any b. any, any c. some, some d. -, some e. any, some

3.ң ө

a. they finished eating at ten b. Mary continued working at home

c. Peter asked it he could speak to him d. she advised me to go.

4. ө қң:

a. is it b. it is c. d. is e. it was

5. Present indefinite Tense- ұғ ө:

a. Im meeting my brother tomorrow b. That coat belongs to me.

c. Hes flying back on Sunday d. She worked there for 20 years

6. Present Continuous- :

a. shall not come b. are talking c. were having d. has opened

7. Past indefinite Passive- ө

a. My car was damaged last night. B. These televisions are made in Japan

c. Cheese is made from milk. D. Simon has painted the house

8. Present Simple- ө ү :

a. made b. goes c. Skate d. Sings e. Studied

9. Past Perfect Active-

a. had said b. Has gone c. have done d. had went e. has been doing

10. ұ ұқ ңң:

a. younger-older b. colder-expensive c. better-best d. nearer- the nearest

11. ө ң ұ ұқ ңң:

Astana is a new city. There any old buildings.

a. is are b. wasnt arent c. isnt are d. is arent e. are is

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