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Raw, fillings, baked, sour cream, pickled, stuffed, roasted, vegetables, divine blessings, cabbage and beets

a) Different types of are used in varenyky.

b) Potato pancakes are served with .

c) Cucumbers, tomatoes, cabbage, beets are for winter.

d) Bread in Ukraine is used to bring .

e) Some vegetables such as onions, garlic, turnips, carrots are eaten .

f) Borsch is made of .

Scan for details and circle the correct letters.

1) Since ancient times Ukrainians

a) have travelled a lot.

b) have led a settled way of life.

c) have moved to a lot of countries.

2) They have led the way of life based on

a) developing industry.

b) travelling.

c) farming.

As a sign of hospitality, guests of honour in Ukraine are greeted with

I, Prokopenko Mariya Oleksandrivna, was born on April 29, 1978 in Kyiv in the family of an officer.

In 1985 I became a pupil of the first form of Kaniv secondary school in Ukraine.

When my father entered the Military Academy in Kharkiv in 1986 we moved there and I continued my studies at School No. 50. In 1995 I entered the Foreign Languages Department of the Ukrainian State pedagogical University after M. P. Drahomanov where I am studying now. I am the monitor of group 43.

My family.

Father Prokopenko Oleksandr Vasylyovytch, born in 1954, is an officer and works at the Defense Ministry of Ukraine.

Mother Prokopenko (Kyrylenko) Nataliya Viktorivna, born in 1958, is a music teacher of Kyiv children musical school No.2.

Sister Prokopenko Kateryna Oleksandrivna, born in 1987, is a pupil of the second form of Kyiv secondary school No. 44.

October 10, 1999

Signature

 

In the following documents a person presents a summary of biographical details, especially details of education and work experience as accepted in Great Britain and the USA.

Curriculum Vitae

 

Name: MARY BRENDA SCOTT

Address: 44 London Road, Winchester S016 7HJ

Telephone: 0962 8890 (home) 0703 7787 (work)

Date of Birth: 30 August 1967

Marital status: single

EDUCATION

Churchill Comprehensive School, Basingstoke 1978-1983

Winchester Technical College 1983-1985

QUALIFICATIONS

a) sweets and cookies.

b) bread and salt.

c) Ukrainian pancakes.

4) The favorite first course dish is

a) borsch.

b) pea soup.

c) chicken broth.

5) Cabbage rolls are cooked with the filling of

a) tomatoes and meat.

b) barley and meat.

c) rice and meat.

6) Some fruit and vegetables are prepared for winter by

b) pickling.

c) drying.

d) preserving.

7) Fruit and berries when in season are eaten

a) pickled.

b) dried and preserved.

c) fresh.

Lesson 12.

 

Topic:Food and Meals.

I) . Read and translate the following text:

The first mentions the source of information about the position, the second gives facts to aid in securing the position, the third lists references, and the fourth may suggest further communication. But even the conventional form of the application may be altered to suit the originality of the writer. In short, the more individual in form and content the message, the more evident the superior fitness to fill the position. A happily turned phrase or an appropriate reference may be just the difference necessary to give to an applicant advantage over his competitors.

 

II. Write your letter of application using the sample.

Lesson 22.

 

Topic: Business Communication.

I) Write your autobiography using the samples:

Autobiography

 

In this document a person presents a summary of facts of his or her biography as accepted in Ukraine. It includes:

  1. The name of the document
  2. A text where one gives his or her

name in full

date of birth

place of birth

summary of education, work experience (in chronological order), personal experience, social activities

information about the family

  1. Date
  2. Signature

Sample Autobiography

Meals in Britain

 

A traditional English breakfast is a very big meal sausages, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms . But nowadays many people just have cereal with milk and sugar, or toast with marmalade, jam or honey. Marmalade and jam are not the same! Marmalade is made of oranges, and jam is made of other fruit. The traditional breakfast drink is tea, which people have with cold milk. Some people have coffee, which is made of just hot water.

Round about 11a.m. some Englishmen who work have their tea or coffee break. They never call it a meal, of course, as they drink their tea or coffee at the office desk or factory bench.

Then, between 12 and 2 there comes lunch time. Most offices and small shops are closed for an hour and the city pavements are full of people on their way to cafes. For many people lunch is a quick meal. In cities there are a lot of sandwich bars, where office workers can choose the kind of bread they want brown, white or roll and then all sorts of salads and meat or fish to go in the sandwich. Pubs often serve good cheap food, both hot and cold. Schoolchildren can have a hot meal at school, but many just take a snack from home a sandwich, a drink and some fruit.

Those who eat at home usually call their mid-day meal dinner and it is the biggest meal of the day for them. It consists of three or four courses. The first course is soup, though Englishmen are not very fond of soup, as it doesnt leave enough room for the more important meat course. For the second course they have meat or fish with various vegetables, for a change they sometimes eat chicken or duck. Then dessert comes. This is jelly or fruitapples, pears, oranges, plums, and nuts.

At about 5 p.m. they have afternoon tea. Tea means two things. It is a drink and a meal! Some people have afternoon tea, with sandwiches, cakes and, of course, a cup of tea. The tea is very strong with sugar or cream but never with lemon. The Englishmen always drink tea out of cups, never out of glasses.

The evening meal is the main meal of the day for many people. They usually have it between 6:00 and 8:00, and often the whole family eats together. On Sundays many families have a traditional lunch. They have roast meat, either beef, lamb, chicken or pork with potatoes, vegetables and gravy. Gravy is sauce made of the meat juices.

The British like food from other countries too, especially Italian, French, Chinese and Indian. People often get takeaway meals you buy the food at

 

 
 
1635 Magnolia Avenue Dallas, Texas October 10, 1998 Mr. John Hamilton 1447 Houston Street Dallas, Texas   Dear Mr. Hamilton, I have just learned from Mr. Jones, one of your salesmen, that you wish to employ a reliable boy to help with deliveries and to do odd jobs about the store after school hours and on Saturdays. I should like very much to have you consider me for this work. I am fourteen years old and am now in the ninth grade. For three summers I have been with the Gray Drug Company as delivery boy and general helper. I should like to have you ask Mr. H. W. Gray, the president of this company, about my qualifications. His telephone number is 3-8142 Also, I refer you to Principal H. G. White of Lowell High School, where I am now a student, and to Principal W. B. Lake of Roosevelt Junior High School, the school from which I was transferred last January. It would please me much to be permitted to talk with you at your convenience. My telephone number is 4-36 57. Yours very truly, Harold Roberts

 


 

 

the restaurant and then bring it home to eat. Eating in Britain is quite international.

 

II. Insert these words and expressions in the sentences:

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