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5,(11),(12),(13),(21),

May I ask you? ?

I would like to speak to you

Are you busy at the moment? ?

I say!

Please, give me your address and telephone number ,-,

Sorry, what is your number? , ?

By the way ̳

Thats why

First of all

At your disposal

 

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Hello -

How do you do? ³, ,

How are you , ?

I am fine, thank you. ,

Not so bad -

So-so

I am glad to meet you

Good-bye -

bye-bye

So long

See you later

Farewell

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studying year, I term

5,(11),(12),(13),(21),

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All right-

Yes, indeed -

Certainly

Yes, of course- ,

Its just what I wanted , ,

With pleasure!

Thats wonderful!

Good idea

That is very convenient for me

I cant. Im sorry ͳ, ,

I dont entirely agree with you

Nothing of the kind! ͳ

I dont want to

Excuse me, but I have things to do ,

On the contrary!

 

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Excuse me -

Excuse my disturbing you

I am sorry...

- to be late

- I caused you so much conversation - ,

- to have kept yu waiting - ,

- for breaking into your conversation - ,

I am not to blame

Thats my fault

Pardon? -

Sorry I didnt hear ,

Would you mind repeating it?

Its a pity -

Too bad!

Sorry, I cant help you ,

 

 

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studying year, I term

5,(11),(12),(13),(21),

², ²

May I?...

- ask you a question -

- come in -

- have a look -

- telephone -

- try it on -

- wait here

- Ieave this here

Yes, you can -

No, you cant - ͳ

Please, do -

Please, dont -,

Let me introduce myself

 

Thank you very much

Not at all (-)

What can I do for you? ?

Thank you for...

-the invitation

- congratulation

- advice

Thank you for your hospitality -

Dont mention it

Thats nothing

 

,

My congratulation to you ³

I wish you happiness and health!

The same to you

Happy New Year!

May I wish you happy birthday and express my best wishes!

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studying year, I term

5,(11),(12),(13),(21),

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GREETING PEOPLE

Manners are very important in every country but different countries have different ideas about what good behavior and good manners are.

Nowadays many people travel abroad, so it is important to learn a little about what to do in a foreign country. Here are a few rules of introduction which are useful to remember:

I .Men are introduced to women:

2.Young people to older ones:

3. Old friends to newcomers:

4. A young girl to a married woman.

Socially women are never presented to a man unless he is the Head of State or a member of the Royal Family.

Do you know the right way to address people, to speak to people in English? When you know people well its very easy, of course. You just call them by their first name. But if we didnt know each other very well, if we werent personal friends, then I should call you Miss Grey and you would call me Mr Green.

The usual response to an introduction is How do you do which is a sort of greeting and not a question about your health and the best answer to it is How do you do. Sometimes one may say less formaly: I am glad to meet you, Mr. Jordan

Always stand when introduced, ladies may remain seated as a rule.

Handshaking is rather rare in Britain and USA, but it is the correct thing to do on the

Continent. When an Englishman passes a friend in the street he only touches his hat.

British people occasionally shake hands especially when folrmally introduced, but they do

not shake hands with people they see often. Instead they smile and say: Good morning.

Good atternoon, Good evening.

The usual phrase to use when you leave is Goodbye but there are a number of other less formal ways of parting such as: Byebye. See you later. So long. Farewell (when you parting for a long).

Say Good night only when you leave and it is afler eight oclock at night.

 

Active Words and Word Combinations:

manners -

behaviour -

travel abroad

a foreign country

rules of introduction

the Head of State

a member of the Royal Family

the usual response

handshaking -

occasionally -

parting -

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studying year, II term

14, .

1. READ AND TRANSLATE THE DIALOGUE.

2. LEARN THE DIALOGUE BY HEART.

 

Meeting an English businessman

David Hill, an English businessman, is at Sheremetievo airport in Moscow. Pete and Nick, Russian businessmen, are at the airport to meet Mr. Hill.

Pete: Hello, Mr. Hill!

David: Hello, Pete! It is so good to see you! Thank you for meeting me.

Pete: I am very glad to see you too. Can I introduce my friend and colleague Nick?

David: How do you do, Nick?

Nick: How do you do, David? I'm glad to meet you.

And they shake hands. In Britain most people shake hands when they meet someone for the first time. It is not usual to shake hands when you say good-bye or when you meet again later.

Pete: Follow me please, David. Watch the step!Our car is in the parking area.

 

Speak with Englishmen!

Pete, Nick and David are in the car. They are going to the centre of Moscow.

Pete: Did you have a good trip, Mr. Hill?

David:Oh, yes. The flight was quite smooth. And I'm very glad the plane came on time.

Pete: And how do you like so much snow around?

David: Oh, I like Russian winter. Our winter is different. It's much milder. Have you ever been to England, Nick?

Nick: Will you repeat it, please? My English is not good enough, I am afraid.

David: Have you been to London?

Nick: No, not yet. But I am planning to go to England in summer.

David: As a tourist?

Nick: I think so.

Pete: And here is the hotel... Let me help you with the suit case, David.

David: Thank you. That's very kind of you.

Translate into Russian

The businessmen are in the parking area.

David Hill is an English businessman.

Nick is a Russian businessman too.

They are Russians.

They are glad to see David.

David and Nick follow Pete to the car.

The car is in the parking area.

Make sentences and translate them into Russian

They are in Moscow

in Sheremetievo

at Sheremetievo airport

at the airport

in the parking area

 

Teacher ________________I.S.Kokovihina

studying year, II term

(15 16).

 

Business

Text

The next day at exactly nine o'clock Pete comes to his office. He knows that he should refresh the correspondence with David and prepare for the talks he will have with David at ten. First he starts looking through all the letters and faxes of Mr. Hill.

Here is the the recent fax message of Mr. Hill:

Then Pete looks through the letters of the participants of the Programme expressing their wishes and requests. He makes a note that he should discuss the following details with Mr. Hill:

time

hotel accommodation

topics to be discusssed at the lectures

business visits

programme fee

Words and expressions

a business talk  
to have a business talk     /
to prepare for a business talk  
to refresh [rI'freS] ( )
He should refresh it.   .
correspondence  
recent ['rÖs@nt]
international  
management  
development  
Ltd. = ltd.  
general ['³enar@l] ,
director  
foreign trade  
foreign trade businessmen  
to be delighted  
to inform  
1 am delighted to inform you that ...   , ...
I shall be leaving for St. Petersburg ...   - ...
  ...
train  
by train  
at your disposal  
At your convenience  
to receive  
 
proposal  
I look forward to ...  
comment  
kind regards   ( )
to express  
the letter expressing ...   ,
wish  
request  
to make a note  
He makes a note that he should discuss .   , .
accommodation   ,
topic  
topic to be discussed   ,
fee  
the programme fee   ( )

 

Exercises

1. Underline the sentence true to the text:

Pete and Nick prepare for the talk in the office.

Nick prepares for the talk in the office.

Pete prepares for the talk in the office.

The preparations start at seven o'clock.

The preparations start at eight o'clock.

The preparations start at nine o'clock.

The preparations start with looking through letters to Mr. Hill.

The preparations start with looking through letters of Mr. Smirnov.

The preparations start with looking through letters of Mr. Hill.

2. Translate into Russian:

He refreshes the correspondence with David.

He knows that he should refresh the correspondence.

He knows that he should prepare for the talks.

He will have the talks with David at ten.

He knows that he should refresh the correspondence with

David and prepare for the talks he will have with David at ten.

3. Find equivalents in the fax message:

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6. Translate into Russian:

Pete looks through the correspondence with Mr. Hill.

Then Pete looks through the letters of the participants.

The letters express wishes and requests of the participants.

Pete makes a note what details he should discuss.

He should discuss time, accommodation, lectures, visits and fee.

Teacher ________________I.S.Kokovihina

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