Complete the sentences with the superlative form of the adjectives in the box.
|quick, expensive, bad, high, affectionate|
1 This is … restaurant I’ve ever been to.
2 Her last novel was … one she has written
3 The USA has … divorce rate of the world.
4 Ben is … of all my nieces and nephews.
5 … way of travelling is flying.
Exercise 1.You have just returned from a trip to London. Write sentences using comparative and superlative adjectives.
Example: London is bigger than Almaty.
Exercise 2.Express your opinion about the quotation by St. Augustine: “The world is a great book, of which they who never stir from home read only a page”.
1 Do you agree with these words?
2 By the way, do you like travelling?
3 Give 5 associations to the word “travelling”. Write them down. Read your associations.
4 But why do people travel?
Exercise 3.Work with a partner. Answer these questions.
1 Do you like travelling?
2 Do you often travel?
3 What is the best season to travel in your country?
4 What tourist attractions would you recommend to visit in your country?
Exercise 4.Listen [T.7 ] to Martin talking about his journey from London to Avignon by car
Mark the sentences T (true) or F(false)
1 There is a lot of traffic in London on Saturday mornings.
2 Petrol is more expensive in Britain than in France.
3 There are two ways to cross the English Channel by car.
4 You can’t drive through the Channel Tunnel.
5 Drivers must sit in their car when they go through the tunnel.
Exercise 5.Retell the listened text.
Exercise 6.Read the text and translate the 1st paragraph.
Travelling gives us a good opportunity to see wonderful monuments, cultural and historical places. In other words, you will broaden your mind.There are a lot of means of travelling: by sea, by plane, by car, on foot.
While travelling by plane you fly past various villages and cities at the sight of which realize how majestic and tremendous our planet is. Travelling by air is the most convenient and comfortable means of travelling.
From the comfortable seat of a railway carriage you have a splendid view of the whole countryside. If you are hungry, you can have a meal in the buffetcar; and if a journey is a long one you can have a wonderful bed in a sleeper.
Travelling by ship is also very popular now. It is very pleasant to feel the deck of the ship under the feet, to see the rise and fall of the waves, to feel the fresh sea wind blowing in the face and hear the cry of the seagulls.
Exercise 7.Read the text and write key words.
Exercise 8.Write about a nightmare journey you’ve had (or invent) using useful phrases.
Plan what you’re going to talk using the paragraph summaries below:
Paragraph 1. When was the journey? Where were you going? Who with? Why?
Paragraph 2. What went wrong? What happened?
Paragraph 3. What happened in the end?
1. Choose the right answer: In the UK coaches are … than the train.
a) more cheap
d) the cheapest
2. Choose the right answer: Paulo is … student in my group.
a) the most intelligent
b) the more intelligent
c) much intelligent
d) as intelligent as
3. Choose the right answer: … you need this to travel on a train, bus or a plane.
b) boarding card/ pass
c) baggage reclaim
4. Choose the right answer: … the time of day when there is a lot of traffic.
a) rush hour
b) traffic jam
c) traffic light
d) public transport
A police officer found a perfect hiding place for watching for speeding motorists.
One day, the officer was amazed when everyone was under the speed limit, so he investigated and found the problem.
A 10 years old boy was standing on the side of the road with a huge hand painted sign which said “Radar Trap Ahead.”
A little more investigative work led the officer to the boy’s accomplice: another boy about 100 yards beyond the radar trap with a sign reading “TIPS” and a bucket at his feet full of change.
|convenient [kən'viniət ]||удобный||ыңғайлы|
|available[ə'veil əbl]||доступный||қол жетімді|
|to broaden ['brɔ:dn]||расширять||кеңейту|
|luggage check-in ['lʌidʒ 'tʃek in]||регистрация багажа||жүкті тіркеу|
|destination [destineiʃ(ə)n]||место назначения||көзделген орын|
|Office hours № 4||Make up a topic “Home is where the heart is” and retell it.|
|LIW № 10||Read the text “Traveler’s tales” and translate it. (p.162)|
1. Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig. New English File. Intermediate level. Student’s book. Oxford. 2012.
2. Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig. New English File. Intermediate. Work book. Oxford, 2012.
3. John and Liz Soars. New Headway. Intermediate level. Student’s book. Oxford, 2012.
4. John and Liz Soars. New Headway. Intermediate level. Workbook. Oxford, 2012.
5. Audio discs of New English File for Intermediate level, Disc-1,2.
|HAND OUT № 8 (68) Discipline: English as a foreign language Credits: 2 Intermediate level Practical lesson Lexical theme: National identity Grammar: Must, have to, should (obligation) Teacher: assistant professor Sariyeva Aida Kamzayevna|
Explain this proverb and give examples‘Every country has its customs’
Warming up.Which do you think would be better in the situations bellow: making travel agreements online or booking through travel agent’s?
- a package holiday for a family
- a long distance flight to visit family
- a train to another town
GRAMMAR COMMENT: must, have to, should (obligation)
|Must suggests personal obligation - it’s necessary, because the speaker thinks it is. Have to suggests external obligation - it’s necessary because of a rule or an arrangement. Compare:I must buy a new shirt- this one is too old now.(It’s my own decision) I have to wear a shirt and a tie at work (It’s the rule at this company). Have to is a normal verb and it exists in all tenses. No obligation/necessity: don’t have to. You don’t have to pay for the tickets. They are free. Prohibition: mustn’t (+infinitive). You mustn’t eat that cake-it’s for birthday. Shouldis not so strong as must and have to. We use it to say if we think something is the right or wrong thing to do: You should take warm clothes. It might be cold at night there.|