Учебно-методическое пособие «Аn Englishman’s house is his castle»


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Государственное бюджетное профессиональное образовательное учреждение Иркутской области ©Усть - Илимский техникум лесопромышленных технологий и сферы услугª ( ГБПОУ © УИ ТЛТУ ª) AN ENGLISHMAN'S HOUSE IS HIS CASTLE Учебн о - методическое пособие Усть - Илимск , 2017 2 Лимаренко А.А. А n Englishman ‱ s house is his castle : Учебно - методическое посо- бие. – Усть - Илимск, ГБПОУ ©УИ ТЛТУª, 2017. – 30 с. Рецензент: Солодкий Максим Борисович, Лауреат проекта ©Трудовая Слава Россииª (отмечен медалью МАРО ©Почетный педагог Россииª), лауреат Всерос- сийского фестиваля методических идей ©Пеликан – 2013ª, дипломант конкурса ©Преподаватель года – 2016ª, учитель высшей квалификационной категории, ме- тодист проекта ©Мир Олимпиадª, член ГАК в системе ВПО (2015, 2016 гг., фи- лиал КубГУ в г. Славянске - на - Кубани), ТЭК в системе общего образования (2014, 2016 гг.), член комиссий предметных олимпиад и конкурсов. Учебно - методическое пособие предназначено для студентов 1 курс а. Цель данного п особия заключается в развитии речевой компетенции, а также для ак- тивного владения основами грамматической системы современного английского языка. 3 4 5 Предисловие Данное учебно - методическое пособие предназначается для развития рече- вой компетенции в области письменной и устной речи на начальных этапах обу- чения английскому языку в ГБПОУ ©УИ ТЛТУª в рамках рабочей программы ОУД.02 Иностранный язык и рассчитано на 10 часов. Учебно - методическое пособие включает систему упражнений, примене- ние которых расширяет лексический запас , обеспечивают использование смыс- ловой информации в устной речи. Также учебно - методическое пособие направ- лено на систематизацию знаний, обучающихся по английской грамматике и от- работку заданий. Такие упражнения позволят разграничить и конкретизировать представления обучающихся об образовании отдельных грамматических форм, научат анализировать контекст для выбора необходимой информации и ликви- дировать имеющиеся пробелы в знаниях. Небольшой формат учебно - методического пособ ия является дополнитель- ным к учебнику английского языка для учреждений НПО и СПО Planet of English Г.Т. Безкоровайной. 6 Ex . 1 Посмотрите на картинку, переведите слова, обозначенные цифрами. ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ ________________ Ex.2 Match the numbers with the words. A – benches C – statue E – blocks of flats G – cinema B – trees D – canal F – bank H – I – square J – café 7 Ex. 3 Look at the picture and fill in there is /are or there isn’t or there aren’t. 1. _____________a park in the picture. 2. _____________some people in the park. 3. 4. Ex. 4 Fill in the gaps with there is or there are in the correct form. 1) __________________ lots of rooms in the Royal Hotel. It is very big. 2) __________________ twenty – five children in my class. 3) “_________________ any biscuits left?” “No, I’m sorry. I ate them all”. 4) It is winter now.____________ any leaves on the trees. 5) “Fan we listen to some music?” “No, __________ a radio in this room”. 6) “ Fan I have some sugar in my coffee?” “No, I’m afraid_________ any left”. 7) 8) ___ ______ any blocks of flat in your town? 9) _______ a post office in the countryside. Rule! 8 Ex. 5. Read the text and fill with the correct adjectives from the list. Clean/ big/ tall/ beautiful. Montreal is a 1) ……… city in Fanada. It’s a very modern city with friendly people. There are lots of 2) ……………. Buildings in Montreal. The streets are 3) …….. and there are 3) …………. and there are squares with 4) …………. statues. There are lots of museums, nice cafes and restaurants, too. Montreal is fantastic. It’s a great place to visit. Ex. 6 Read the texts and match sentences 1 – 6 with the places in the article. Write A (Aurignac ), S (Southwold) or D (Dubai). 1) 2) Children go to school on Sunday. 3) Shops close at half past five. 4) People go to the beach or swimming pool. 5) They’ve got a 24 - 6) People eat in the park. Dawn, David, Sam and Julie Pam and Andrew RULE! My husband and I live in Dubai, a big city in the United Arab Emirates. Our children, Sam and Julie, go to the international School. They start at 8.00 a.m. and finish at 2.30 p.m. They don’t go to school on Friday and Saturday, but Sunda y’s a school day. We live in a modern block of flats with a swimming pool, and we’ve got really good beaches not far away. We live in a house in Aurignac, a small village in the South of France. Food is very important here. Everyone buys their urday. When the weather’s good, we have a picnic with friends in the local park. And we’ve three really good restaurants in the village center. 9 Henry Ex.7 Look at the pictures and write which home would you like to live in. W hy? Use the words in the box. I live in a small town called Southwold. We haven’t got a big shopping centre – just small shops in the town centre. The shops open at nine. They don’t close at lunchtime, but they do close at 5.30 p.m. aost shops don’t open on Sunday, but we’ve got a 24 - hour supermarket a few kilometres away. Attractive / boat / cave / cold / dark / light / lorry / made 10 ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ Ex. 8 Read the text. Which of the homes is it about? Before Paula and Gary moved into their new home, they lived in a normal house. They liked their old house but they both wanted to live somewhere more interest- ing. So they started to look for a new home. They were looking for a new place, when Tim, Gary’s dad, had an idea. Tim had his own lorry business and he was selling one of his lorries. Paula and Gary could buy it and make it into their new home! Gary and Paula thought this was a great idea too and bought it. Gary was building everything for their new home while Paula was working. He built cupboards, a ta ble and he even built the bed. They didn’t see each other much! But a year ago, Gary finished the work on the lorry and they moved into it. Gary and Paula love their new placeA There’s no place like homeA __________________________________________________ _______________________ Ex. 9 What other unusual place to live in can you think of? Make a list. How can you make them into a real home? Write some sentences about your ideas and draw a picture. ____________________________________________________________ ____________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ Ex. 10 Match the words in the box to the pictures. Achurch / apalace / acathedral / traffic / apark / abeach / arestaurant / an- artgallery / afactory / ariver 11 Ex. 11 Find ten words for things in a city in the wordsnake. Now write the words next to the correct number in the list below. ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________ ______________________ rivertrafficpalacechurchfactoryartgallerycathedralrestaurantparkbeach 12 Ex.12 there is / there are. 1) …………………………. a river in the city. 2) …………………………. four restaurants. 3) …………………………. Some people on the beach. 4) …………………………. a beach near the city. 5) …………………………. a lot of traffic. 6) …………………………. three churches. 7) …………………………. lots of trees in the park. 8) …………………………. three cinemas in town . Ex. 13 L ook at the picture and write 7 sentences. Ex. 14 Look at the pictures and read about the houses. Answer the questions. 1) Redwood House is an old house with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The main bedroom has a large balcony with space for a table and chairs. There’s big garden with trees and flowers, and in the garden there’s a very big swimming pool. A special features of the house is the beautiful study on the ground floor. The house also has a large basement. 2) Miami Mansion is about 15 years old. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. There’s a big garden with a small study on the ground floor. It doesn’t have a basement. 13 3) The Line is an ultra – modern house with four bedrooms and two bath- rooms. The main bedroom has a small balcony. The house has small gar- den and a very small swimming pool. There’s a very small study on the ground floor, and the house has a small b asement. 1. Which one has the biggest swimming pool? ___________ 2. Which one has the smallest garden? __________________ 3. Which one has the best study? _______________________ 4. Which one has no basement? ______________________ __ 5. Which one is the most modern? ______________________ 6. Which one is the oldest? _____________________________ I live in a block of 1) flats. Our place is on the first 2)…………… I’m happy about that, because if the lift isn’t working , I can walk up the 3)…………… Our place is all right, but I really like my grandparents’ place – it’s a 4)…………. house, with lots of space around it, and they’ve got a big 5)………….. enough for two cars. There’s a 6)……………… at the back, with grass and a tree and flowers, and a wooden 7)………….. all the way round it. It’s really nice, but unfortunately, my grandparents have got a 8) ………… that the y use when they go on holiday, and they keep it in the garden – it looks really ugly! 1) A ……. is a houseboat which travels on canals. 2) A …….. is a very large house in the countryside. 3) A …….. turns wind into power. 4) A …….. is a place where a lot of people stay 5) A ………….. is a small wooden building in a tree. Ex. 17 Match the pictures with the words. Caravan castle cottage farm guest house lighthouse tent tower Barge / hotel / manor / treehouse / wind- mill 14 Ex.18 Choose the correct word. 1) A guest house / caravan is a small hotel . 2) A farm / tower is a very tall building . 3) A castle / lighthouse is built in or near the sea. 4) You can pack a tent / cottage into a bag and carry it. 5) A caravan / tower is a home on wheels. 6) A tent / castle is a large, strong building which protected people in the past. 7) A farm / lighthouse is a place that used to grow food. noun s. Last summer we visited a sheep 1) ………. in Wales. The farmhouse had lots of 2) ………… for guestd, but we didn’t sleep there. In the garden there was a small campsite so we stayed there in a 3) ……………… The 4) …………… door was just a hole in the tent. There wasn’t a 5) …………… , so we washed in the small riverA We ate all our meals in the fresh air because there wasn’t a 6) ………… room. It was fun, but my mum wants to stay in a 7) ……………. house or a hotel next year! am/is/are . 1) T he tents are large and sleeping bags …………… provided. 2) The lighthouses …….. built on a lonely rock in the sea. 3) These old cottage ………. made of stone. 4) A tour of the castle ……. included in the pric e. 5) I’m staying on a farm and I …… surrounded by sheep. 6) The menor house …….. protected by a high wall. Ex. 21 Rewrite each sentences in the passive. Start with the words in bold. 1) They keep cows on the farm._______________________________________ 15 2) We use lighthouses to help ships.___________________________________ 3) Every year thousands of tourists visit the tower . ______________________________________________________________ 4) Many visitors enjoy the castle gardens. ____________________________________________________________ 5) Dad’s old car pulls our new caravan ._________________________________ RULE! Ex. 22 Use a word from A and a word from B to write compound nouns. You will have to use some of the words more than once. A B bath farm front guest light living sand tree wind castle door house mill room ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________ ___________________________________________________ Ex. 23 Look at the . Go into the house through the 1) front door . On your right is the 2) …… A From this room there is a door that goes into the 3) ……….. where Dad keeps the car. Turn left and you are in the 4) ………… This room is connected to the 5) ………. From here you can go up the 6) …………. to the 7) ……………… of the house . Here 16 there are two 8) …………. The larger one has a nice 9) …………… with a view over the garden. The smaller one is next to the 10) …………… . A castle; a small charge; can stay free;ncave living rooms; is located; is made of; was designed by. The real name of this strange building is The hang Nga Guesthouse but most people call it “ the Crazy House “ . The guesthouse 1) is located in the Da Lat region of Vietnam. It 2) …… .. its owner, Mr Nga, nearly twenty years ago. This weird building is like 3) ……… . From a children ‱ s story book with unusual rooms and roofs. The base of the building 4) ………… a tree, so at first you think you are in a treehouse! The unusual stairs take you up and around the house where you will find 5) ……… and enormous models of spiders and giraffes. For 6) ……… .. you can visit the house during the day. You can also stay the night and guests are invited to eat in the hotel restaurant. Children under twelve 7) ………… .. when they share a room with an adult. Ex. 25 Read the text and answer the questions. What was life like during the American silver and gold rush? How did people live? Come to the historic town of Calico and find out! In the late 19 th century, people from all over the world travelled to California to look for silver and gold. They built small mining towns everywhere in the area. Calico was once a busy silver mining town with 500 silver mines. It had a popula- tion of 1,200 people, and there were shops, hotels, cafes, a church, and a school. 17 When the silver rush ended at the start of the 20 th century, everybody left Calico, and today nobody lives there! Visitor’s guidelines Please follow the town rules 1) The old mines in the area are very dangerous. You mustn’t go near them. 2) You must keep your animals under control. 3) You mustn’t drive in the town. Leave your car in the official car park. 4) You mustn’t enter the private buildings or take anything from the town. 5) You must use the official picnic areas, and you mustn’t start fires. 6) You mustn’t leave rubbish in the area. Take it home with you. Attractions old shops and cafes. Turn right after Lil’s Saloon and visit Maggie’s Mine, or go around town on a mining train. And why not stay a few days? Calico has a luxury campsite. 1 When was Calico a busy town? __________ _________________________________ _ 2 What is unusual about it today? __________________________________________ __ 3 What can you see in the Main Street? _____________________________________ __ 4 How can you travel around Calico? ___________________________ _____________ _ 5 Why can’t you visit old mines? _____________________________________________ _ Ex. 26 Match these words with the places on the map. Read the sentences and write the places from the picture. 18 It’s between the library and the post office. The bank. 1) It’s in front of the shopping center……………………………. 2) It’s behind the bank……………………………………………… 3) It’s next to the café ………………………………………………. 4) It’s in the corner of High Street, near the bank……………. 5) It’s opposite the leisure center ………………………………… Ex. 27 Read the text and choose the best answer for each gaps. The 0) .. B .. Maya had skilled architects that 1)…. tall pyramids made of limestone with small temples on 2) …… The Maya constructed high pyramids in order to 3) …. a height above tree level in the jungles 4) … them. Millions of blocks of stone were used for these grand temples. For the 5) …. Parts of the pyramids everything had be carried by 6) …. This must have been a 7) …. Of amazing coordination. 0 A ol d B ancient C past 1 A built B shaped C raised 2 A peak B top C summit 3 A arrive C reach 19 4 A over B around C close 5 A upper B upward C above 6 A arm B fist C hand 7 A job B profession C work Ex. 28 Fill in for, on, in, at or of . 1) There is a computer ….. his bedroom. 2) Sally lives …9,Fastle Street. 3) My sister’s bedroom is …. the first floor. 4) Tracey’s cousins live … America. 5) The chemist’s is …. the corner … our street. 6) There is a flat …. sale … the first floor. 7) The supermarket is … the left. 8) We’ve got a swimming pool … our garden. 9) There are eight rooms …. Hannah’s house. 10) There is a good baker’s … my neighbourhood. 11) London is ….. the south - east … England. 12) There are lots of people …. The streets. 13) New York is a city full … life. 14) The French are very proud …. the Eiffel Tower. 15) There are lots of cars ….. the roads this week. Ex. 29 Fill in on, between, in, behind, next to, opposite. There are armchairs …. the room. There is a window … the sofa. There is a bookcase … the window. There are some pictures … the walls. There are cushions … the sofa. There is a table … the armchair. There are some flowers … the vase. There is a carpet …. The bookcase and the armchair. Ex. 30 Look at the advertisement and fill in the missing nouns. location q uiet … ………………. beautiful ……………. rooms s pacious ………… …. s mall ……………… … modern……………… cosy ………………….. outside l ovely ………………. h uge …………………. 20 is for two people or a small family. It has got a spacious living room, a small din- ing room, a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. In the living room there a re two comfortable armchairs, a sofa and a television with video. The modern kitchen has got a new cooker and fridge. There are two cosy bedrooms with wooden wardrobes. The bathroom has got a bath and a shower. There is a lovely front garden and a huge gar den with trees at the back RULE! Ex. 31 Write the advertisement about your house as in the exercise 30. furniture c omfortable ………… w ooden………………. Address: 42, Brooke For rent: £ 180/week 21 Ex.32 Match the words in the box to the correct picture. Bungalow cottage flat semi - terraced house Ex. 33 Read the texts and fill the table. I live in London in a warehouse flat. I love it. It’s got much more character than most modern flats. It’s on the top floor of a converted 19 th century tea ware- house, and it’s basically one large room with very high white walls and an enor- mous wooden floor. The living room area is really light and spacious. There’s only one bedroom, which is on a balcony above the living area. Leading off this is a fantastic bathroom which is really luxurious. The kitchen’s under the balcony. It’s very futuristic’ - all stainless steel and natural location to live in too, within easy walking distance of restaurants, bars shops, and the tube. The only problem is it ’s very expensive to live here and I have to work hard to pay for it. I live in Essex with my parents, my sister, and our two dogs in a windmill! It’s really old, late 18 th century, I think. We moved here because my parents wanted to leave London and live in the country. The great thing about it is that all the rooms are round, which it seem really different from most other houses, and the ceilings are quite low, which going up and down stairs all t he time. The kitchen is on the first floor, it’s old - fashioned but we like it and we spend most of our time there. The living room is on the second floor. It’s got old phot os of the windmill on the walls. There are four bedrooms on the top two floors - min e’s on the top floor – and three bathrooms. We’ve got a lovely large garden. It’s a nice house but it is a long way from town , so I always need a lift when I go out. My house is a narrow boat, moored just outside Leeds. It’s 25 year old and so all the rooms are much smaller than a normal house. It’s fine for me though. I bought the boat after leaving uni- versity because I couldn’t afford a house. Inside there’s a very cosy living room and a well - equipped kitchen area. There are also two small bedrooms and a shower’s room. In summer, if I want to sit outside, there is space for a table and 1 2 3 22 chairs on the open deck. The engine does a maximum of 10km/hour. Travelling along the canal really suit me. I think that people who live on the water are friendlier. But the maintenance costs are quite high, with servicing the engine and repainting the boat every year. Warehouse Windmill Narrow boat Location Age Number of bedrooms Living room Kitchen Bathroom Main advantages Main disadvantages Ex. 34 Write the answers in these questions . 1) Do you know any other unusual homes? 2) What would your ideal home look like? Think about the size, the style of ar- chitecture, the furniture and décor. ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________________________ 23 ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ Ex. 35 Read Maria’s conversation with Fiona about some advertisement that she’s found. Which of these are important to Maria? 1) How much it costs ………………………………………………………………. 2) If there’s parking ………………………………………………………………… 3) Where it’s located ……………………………………………………………….. 4) The size ……………………………………………………………………………. 5) If it’s well - decorated……………………………………………………………… F: …and I really don’e mind if you want to stay a bit longer M: Well I’ve found some adverts on the Internet. Some of them look quite interesting F: Oh? Let’s have a look. M: I can’a afford it if the rent’s more than about £400 a month really. F: £400 a month? Well, you should be able to find something fo r that. You might have to travel a bit. M: Well that’s the thing. I don’t want to spend time travel ling, waiting for buses in the cold. I want to be able to go into university easily and be close to the centre. F: Well yes, I can understand that. I mean Ed inburgh’s a great city and there’s lots going on. M: That’s what I think. Anyway, have a look at these. Ex. 36 Read the dialoge. What’s wrong with the flats in each of these locations and which one does she finally choose to go and look at? 1. Old Town __________________________________________________________ 2. New Town__________________________________________________________ 24 3. 4. Leith Walk__________________________________________________________ - Ok. How about this flat? Central location, one double bedroom, bathroom, hall, lounge, fully – equipped kitchen. - That sounds nice. Where is it? - It’s in Old Town. - That’s nice. And how much is it? - £500 per month I’m afraid. - Ooh. That’s too much. - Yes, it sounds a bit expensive. How about this one in New Town? That’s not as central as Old Town, but it’s still a nice area, though. Listen, £400 per cal- endar month, a studio flat fully – furnished and equipped. Bright double - win- dowed room with sofa bed. Separate kitchen and shower room. - Hmm. So it has a sofa bed because there isn’t a separate bedroom. Is that right? - Yes. What do you think? - I’d rather have a separate bedroom really. - Yes. OK. Let’s have - furnished bed- - Does that mean it’s to share? - Yeah. But it’s in an excellent location. And listen to this: lounge, dining room, bathroom and kitchen. The building even has a swimming poolA WowA And it’s only £350 per month. - But , of course, it’s sharing. It sounds nice and it’s much cheaper than the others, but I really don’t want to share. - Let’s have another look. Leith Walk with stunning view. Bedroom, sitting room, oh but it says non - smoker. That’s no good for you is it? - Unfortunately, not. - Fouldn’t you give up? - NoA I’m not going to give up smoking just to find a flatA …Let’s go back to that one to share with the swimming pool. - What was it? Ah yes! Single fully - furnished bedroom to rent in spacious flat …off Princes Street … Building has a swimming pool… - Yes, that’s the one. - Views of Edinburgh castleA Of course, it depends on who you’re sharing with. - Absolutely. - But I think it’s worth hav ing a look at. It sounds fantastic. And it could be nice, having other people around. You don’t have to be good friends with them. - That’s true. It would be someone to talk to OK I’ll have a lookA - Good idea. After all you like swimming don’t you..? 25 Ex. 36 Fill in the gaps with who, which or where. Buckingham Palace, 1) which is loc ated in London, is the official residence of the Queen of England. It is the ideal place for visitors 2) ........................ want to learn about British history. It is a place 3) ......................... you can see many priceless works of art and treasures 4) .................... form part ofthe Royal Col- lection. Al l year arou nd, the Changing of the Guard, 5 ) .. ................ takes place at the front ofthe palace, is a popular event for t ourists 6).............. visit the capi- tal.The Palace Garden is a pla ce 7) .................. you can see many different spe- cies of pl ants. It has more than 250 rare wild flowers. Visitors can end their t our w ith a walk along the south side of the garden 8) .......................... .... has a splendid view of the famous lake. Ex. 37 Describe the center of your town. Use these words. _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ 26 __________________________________________________________________________________ _____ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ __________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Ex. 38 Look at this picture and describe it. ________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________ _________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ 27 Ex. 39 Put the things with the correct rooms. Kitchen: ____________________________________________________________________ Bedroom:____________________________________________________________________ Bathroom:___________________________________________________________________ Living room:_________________________________________________________________ Ex. 40 Match the adverts (1 – 3) with the homes (A - 1) A two – storey ___ _______with a small garden in a good area. Three bed- 2) A luxury fifth - floor ____________ in Central London with views of the Thames. Two bedrooms and a balcony. 3) A lovely three - bedroom ___________ with a large gardn in a beautiful village. Armchair, washbasin, washing machine, cooker, wardrobe, sink, fridge, dishwasher, bed, sofa. B A 28 Ex. 41 Read and translate the text. Is there a bright new star in the night sky? It’s easy to make that mistake. It is not a star, it is Al- pha, the International Space Sta- tion. Alpha orbits 386 km above and women who work on it. Angela Downing answer readers’ questions about this new home in the sky. A _______ Alpha is the size of three big houses. It has got a living area with sleeping com- partments, a toilet and a kitchen with a fridge and an oven. There isn’t a TV and the astronauts can’t make phone calls but the space station has got a radio. The astronauts use this to talk to their friends and families on Earth. Alpha has als o got scientific laboratories and fifty - two, computers! B ______ Up to eight astronauts can live on Alpha. There is no gravity, of course, so life isn’t the same as it is on Earth. The astronauts usually sleep eight hours every night, not in beds but in special sleeping bags fixed to the walls. Also, the crew members can’t have a shower in weightless conditions, so they wash with wet cloths. Once a day, they ride an exercise bike for 30 minutes to keep fit. They have meals in the kitchen and t hey eat normal food, but they don’t use salt and pepper because it flies awayA The astronauts don’t have make decisions about what to eat because they choose their food months before the trip and a computer tells them their menu for every meal. D ______ In the station they wear T - shirts and trousers or shorts. But they don’t need shoes because they don’t walk - they float! When they go outside the station, they wear special space suit with enough oxygen for eight hours. E ________ C ______ A home in space 29 Astronauts on Alpha are very busy. They check the scientific experiments in the outside the station. And every day, one of the crew does the housework; it is very important to keep the station cl ean! F _______ Alpha uses solar power and recycles air and water but it doesn’t produce food for the astronauts. This year, the space shuttle has brought food from Earth three times. There have been serious problems with the shuttle, though. G ________ You can find out to see Alpha in your area at NASA’s website: www.nasa.gov . the site also tells you about the shuttle’s position. Sometimes you can see Alpha and the shuttle at the same time! Read the article again and match the questions (1 – 8) with the paragraphs (A – G). There is one extra question. 1) What do the astronauts eat on Alpha? 2) How old is the International Space Station? 3) How do the astronauts live? 4) 5) How can you find out when and where to see Alpha? 6) What work do the astronauts do? 7) What kind of clothes do the astronauts wear? 8) How big is Alpha and what is in it? Ex. 42 Look at the headings in the Key words below. Add these words to the correct group. Art deco, baroque, concrete, courtyard, glass, neo - classical, office block, palace, shopping centre, tower, wood. Key words style: gotic, modern, Ottoman,….. materials: brick, metal, stone, …. Features: curved roof, spire, dome, …. Building: castle, cathedral, museum,…. 30 Ex. 43 Describe building in your town. Use these words. ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- --------- ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------- ------------------ ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------- ------------------------- ---------------------------- Ex. 44 Match the followi ng American English words with the underlined British words (1 – 9) in the text below. Apartment, closet, downtown, elevator, first floor, garbage, subway, truck, vaca- tion. After the 1) holidays , I moved into my new 2) flat. It’s not 3) in the centre of th e city but it’s near 4) an underground station. It’s on the 5) ground floor of an old house, so it doesn’t matter there’s no 6) lift . It’s got a living room, kitchen and a bedroom with a big 7) wardrobe . The only problem is the 8) lorry which goes past at 7 o’clock every morning to collect the 9) rubbish. It always wakes me up! Ex. 45 Read the dialogue and choose the right answer . I: tell me about your home, Melanie. M: it’s a canal boat. It’s in Stratford - on - Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace. But I often travel with the boat. I’m an artist and the boat is a fantastic place for painting. I: M: Yes, usually there aren’t many boats on the canals. But in the summer, it’s of- ten very bu sy and noisy! I: How many rooms are there on your boat? M : Not manyA The boat is quite small so I haven’t got many rooms. There are three. There isn’t much space for my things. A home on the water 31 I: how many bedrooms are there? M: There’s one. But it’s a living room and a be droom. And I’ve got a kitchen and a bathroom, too. I: how many furniture have you got? M: Not much but I’ve got a lot of clothesA And there are my paintingsA I: Have you got a lot of paintings? M: Yes, a lot! Hundreds! 1) Melanie’s canal boat is a) In Oxford b) in Stratford - on - Avon c) in London 2) It’s a fantastic home for a) reading b) listening to music c) painting 3) Her canal boat has got a) two rooms b) three rooms c) four rooms 4) She hasn’t got much a) money b) time c) space 5) Melanie has got a lot of a) books b) clothes c) posters 32 Библиографический список 1. of English : учебник английского языка для учреждений НПО и СПО/ [Г.Т. Безкоровайная, Н.И. Соколова, Е.А. Койранская, Г.В. Лаврик]. – 2 - е изд., стер. – М.: Издательский центр ©Академияª, 2013. – 256 с. 2. Афанасьева О.В. Английский язык. Базовый уровень. 11 кл.: учебник/ О.В. Афанасьева, И.В. Михеева, К.М.Баранова. – 3 - е изд., стереотип. – М.: Дрофа, 2016. – 205. 3. Clive Oxenden New English File Elementary and Pre - intermediate St.B. - OXFORD, 2015. 4. Lizard John Soars Headway 1 Student‱s book . – Ex press Publishing, 2013.

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