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Complete the dialogues given below

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  1. A. Read the texts below.
  2. Analyse all the synthetical forms you find in the texts given below (define these forms, state in what way they are built up).
  3. Answer the following questions and do the given assignment.
  4. Answer the questions using the prompts in the boxes below.
  5. B) Comment on the given information and speak about the financial aspect of getting a higher education in the US A.
  6. B) Comment on the saying given above. Give its Russian equivalent.
  7. B) Comment on the sayings given above. Give their Russian equivalents.
  8. B) Complete the rules.
  9. B) Complete the text with the appropriate verbs from a).
  10. B) Team up with your partner who will be ready to give critical remarks on the statements given above. Use the cliches expressing criticism.
  11. B. Comment on the presentation given by your colleague. Make use of the following points and helpful phrases.
  12. B. Grammar revision. Read the sentences below. Choose the right variant (sentences grammatically correct) and explain your choice.

B) Act out the dialogues in pairs.

C) Watch the episode again and try to remember more details. Add them to the chart above.

B) Sum up the episode in 5 sentences.

B) Comment on the proverb and saying given above. Give their Russian equivalents.

A) Read after the teacher.

B) Get ready to discuss the text in class.


9. Listen to two young women, Helen and Katherine, talking about being a vegetarian and write a reproduction of the texts.



  U Step II  






Intonation Drills


1. There’s 'many a kslip between the 'cup and the mlip.

2. It’s 'not my 'cup of mtea.




11. Answer the teacher’s questions (based on exercise 8).


12. a) Watch the video episode “Tea” and fill in the chart below:

Samuel Pepys [pi:ps] – English diarist and naval administrator.


Tea breaks  
Tea-drinking habits  

d) Answer the teacher’s questions (based on the video episode and exercise 8).

e) Speak about tea – its origin, history and role in the life of Britons.





13. a) Listen to the following dialogues and give the Russian for the underlined words and expressions:

Dialogue 1:

A – You must have some more chicken.

B – No, thanks. I’m supposed to be slimming.

A – Can I tempt you?

B – Well, maybe I could manage a very small piece.


Dialogue 2:

A – Wouldn’t you like to finish up the omelette?

B – No. really, thank you. I just couldn’t eat any more.

A – Come on now. Surely you can manage it.

B – No, thank you, really. I must have on pounds as it is.


Dialogue 3:

A – Another piece of meat pie?

B – No, thanks, really. I’m on a diet.

A – Please do. You’ve hardly eaten anything.

B – It’s delicious, but I don’t think I ought to.


Dialogue 4:

A – Do have the rest of the mashed potato.

B – No, thank you. I’ve had too much already.

A – Just take it to please me.

B – OK, but only a small piece or I shan’t have room for any pudding.


Dialogue 5:

A – Would you care for a cup of tea?

B – Only if you are having one.

A – Do you take milk and sugar?

B – A dash of milk and two lumps, please.

Dialogue 1:

A – Surely you can eat …

B – Well, maybe I could manage just …

the rest of the lamb/a little; some more potatoes/one or two; another slice of toast/one more; some more trifle/a little more


Dialogue 2:

A – You must have some more …

B – No, thanks, really. I’ve had far too much already.

Rice; potatoes; wine; carrots, meat; ice-cream


Dialogue 3:

A – Wouldn’t you like some more …?

B – Yes, I’d love some. It’s …

pudding, pie, salad, stew, wine, trifle
lovely, delicious, excellent, very nice, tempting


Dialogue 4:

A – Would you care for a cup of tea?

B – I’d rather have a cup of coffee, if you don’t mind.

A chocolate biscuit / a cream cake; a glass of milk / a drink of orange; a cucumber sandwich / a slice of cake; another piece of toast / a sausage roll


15. Listen to an American explaining American etiquette on table manners. Answer the following questions:

1. What is a man supposed to do before sitting down at the dinner table?  
2. In which hand do Americans hold their fork?  
3. When do they use their knife?  
4. Where is the knife placed afterwards?  


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