Complete these predictions about the world in 2020 by putting the verbs in brackets either in the Future Perfect or the Future Continuous.
1 people (use) solar energy extensively
2 people (use) up all natural resources of oil
3 people (travel) into space on a regular basis
4 people (eat) only genetically engineered food
5traditional farms (disappear)
Put the verb in brackets in Future Perfect tense
I ________ a Londoner for five and a half years by next September. (be)
By Tuesday Jill ________ these novels by O’Henry. (finish)
Next year is Fred and Kate’s 10th wedding anniversary. They _________ happily married for ten years. (be)
Molly thinks the film _________ by the time she gets to Fred’s. (to start)
They _________ the plans by then. (to finish)
Exercise 1.You are going to listen to people answering more abstract questions about how they see IT developing in the future. Listen and match each speaker’s answer with one of these questions. [T. 28]
1) Do think developments in IT will lead to greater human happiness?
2) How do you think information technology will change the way people work in the future?
Exercise 2.Listen again. Choose the true (T) and false (F).
|Technology can get better.|
|She’d say that technology itself will make us happier.|
|He thinks that many people will work from office in the future.|
|He supposes that people will be less need for large offices in the center of cities, because more people access their computers from their home.|
Exercise 3.Think of about in five years’ time. Which of these things do you think will be true?
|1||I’ll be married.|
|2||I’ll still be living in the same place.|
|3||I will have travelled around the world.|
|4||I’ll have three children.|
|5||I’ll be working in an office.|
|6||I’ll have written a novel.|
What else will you be doing?
What else will you have done?
Compare your answers with your partner’s.
Exercise 4 Answer the following questions.
What will you have done by nine o’clock tomorrow morning?
will have V3 take a shower
cook breakfastsend the linen to the laundry
water the flowersweep the floor
Exercise 5. Read the text and translate the 2nd paragraph of the text.
I confess I am obsessed with the future – and I am not the only one. Over the centuries, people have used the stars, cards, crystal balls and even tea-levels to look into the future. I still read my horoscope every day: ‘When you get home on Friday, you will have a pleasant surprise.’ I never do have a pleasant surprise in the supermarket car park, but who knows? One day I might! This weekend, however, we will get a surprise because hundreds of futurologists are meeting at Newcastle University. The conference starts on Thursday and the experts will be discussed the impact of technology on the future. The future is now big business. I logged on to the websites of some professional futurologists and found these predictions:
The technology already exists, so very soon all of us are going use our voices to give instructions to computers. In the next few years, we will be communicating with our friends around the world using life-sizes video images on large screens in our living rooms.
Exercise 6Match the sentences from the text (1-4) with the uses (a-d)
1 I might get a pleasant surprise one day
2 This weekend hundreds of futurologists are meeting at Newcastle University.
3 The conference starts on Thursday.
4 All of us are going to use our voices to give instructions to computers.
a an arrangement for the future
b a future fact
c a weak prediction (x2)
d an intention
Exercise 7 Complete the chart with the words from the list.
|DNA molecule, artificial intelligence, microchip, search engine, electric current, equation, gene, human genome, gravity, black hole, deep space, space probe, research, principle, field, data|
|Biology/Medicine||Information technology||Physics||Astronomy/ Space travel||Science (general)|
Exercise 8.Write an article called ‘Has modern technology improved our lifestyles?’ Begin the article with this introduction:
These days we use a lot of modern technology that makes our lives easier. But has this technology really improved our lives? In my opinion, there are advantages and disadvantages.
Paragraph 2 Write two or three advantages
Paragraph 3 Write two or three disadvantages
Paragraph 4 Conclusion-write your opinion
1.Choose the right variantI_________ become a multi-millionaire by next year.
a) ’ll have
b) ‘ll used to
c) 'm used to
d) ‘ll getting
2. Choose the right variant. I___________ to California by 2017.
a) ‘ll get used
b) ‘ll have moved
c) used to have
d) ‘ll have move
3. Which word doesn’t go with genetic engineering?
b) human genome
c) deep space
4. What is futurology?
a) one kind of hobby
b) a science based on prediction
c) a branch of astronomy
d) a type of disease
|confess [kən'fes]||признаваться; сознаваться||мойындау|
|efficient [i'fiʃ(ə)nt]||действенный, результативный,||нәтижелі, тиімді|
|genetic engineering [dʒɪˈnɛtɪk ˌɛndʒɪˈnɪərɪŋ]||генная инженерия||тұқымдық инженерия|
|smart [smα:t]||разумный, интеллектуальный,||ақылды, ақыл-есі дамыған|
|link [lιŋk]||связь; соединение||байланыс, қосу|
|colonize ['kɔlənaιz]||организовать поселение||бір жерге орнықтыру|
|futurology [fju:tʃəæ'rɔlədʒι]||футурология; прогнозирование, прогностика||болжам жасау|
|electric current [ɪˈlɛktrɪk ˈkʌrənt ]||электрический ток||электр тоғы|
|space probe [speɪs prəub]||космический зонд||кеңістік зонд|
|LIW № 41||Read the text “Anna finds an apartment” and translate it .(p. 171)|
|LIW № 42||Prepare a report “Modern technology nowadays”.|
1. Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig “New English File”. New Intermediate Student’s Book Oxford, 2012.
2. Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig “New English File”. New Intermediate Workbook Oxford, 2012.
1. ”Essential Grammar in Use” by Raymond Murphy. Third edition.
2. Adrian Doff and Christopher Jones “Language in use”, Classroom book, 2000
HAND OUT№ 29 (89)
Discipline: English as a foreign languageCredits-2
Intermediatelevel Practical lesson
Lexical theme: Science and scientists
Teacher: assistant professor Nussipaliyev Nurzhan Serikovich
|A compound noun is a noun that is made up of two or more words. Most compound nouns in English are formed by nouns modified by other nouns or adjectives. For example: The words tooth and paste are each nouns in their own right, but if you join them together they form a new word - toothpaste. The word black is an adjective and board is a noun, but if you join them together they form a new word - blackboard. In both these example the first word modifies or describes the second word, telling us what kind of object or person it is, or what its purpose is. And the second part identifies the object or person in question. Compound nouns can also be formed using the following combinations of words:-|