Литература Аракин В. Д. Практический курс английского языка 4 курс М., 2006. I. Work with vocabulary



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Задания для студентов-заочников 4 курса (5,5) ФИЯ

по практике устной и письменной речи (английский язык)

VII семестр. Преподаватель Тереня О.А.

Topic: Man and Music.

Литература

Аракин В.Д. Практический курс английского языка 4 курс М., - 2006.

I. Work with vocabulary.

1. a. Read the text “From Ragtime” by E.L. Doctorow p 118.

b. Study the speech patterns p. 122; phrases and word combinations p. 123. Translate them and learn.

c. Paraphrase the following sentences using the speech patterns. ex.4.p.128.

d. Translate the following sentences into English using the speech patterns. ex.6.p.128.

e. Paraphrase the sentences. ex.8.p.128.

f. Translate the sentences into English. ex.10.p.128.

g. Make up two sentences of your own on each phrase and word combination.

h. Explain what is meant by in the sentences. ex.14.p.130.

2. a. Study the essential vocabulary and translate the illustrative examples into Russian p.260.

b. Paraphrase the sentences using the essential vocabulary. ex.4.p.134.

c. Use the essential vocabulary in answering the questions. ex.5.p.134. Answer the questions in a written form.

d. Translate the sentences into English. ex.9.p.135.

3. Getting to grips with phrasal verbs. p.136.

a. Read the list of phrasal verbs and translate the sentences into Russian.

b. Replace the words in italics with the most suitable phrasal verb. ex.3.p.137.

c. Translate the sentences from Russian into English. ex.4.p.137.

4. Thematic vocabulary. p.137.

Translate the words. Write down a transcription if necessary. Learn the words. Be ready to write a dictation.

II. Work with the text.

1. Text “Understanding music” p.138.

a. Prepare the text for good reading.

b. Write out all unknown words and word combinations. Translate and learn them.

c. Translate the text in written form.

d. Answer the questions in a written form ex.1(a) p.141.

e. Find in the text the facts the author gives to illustrative the ideas ex.1(b).p.141

f. Summarize the text in five paragraphs specifying development of 1) opera, 2) operetta and musicals, 3) instrumental music, 4) jazz and, 5) rock. ex.1(c).p.142

g. Prepare the text for retelling.

h. Use the thematic vocabulary in answering the questions ex.2.p.142 (Read the note).

2. a. Read the text “Afro-American Music”. p.146.

b. Write out all unknown words and word combinations. Translate and learn them.

c. Write down the summary on the Text.

III. Grammar review.

1.
Insert prepositions in the sentences.


1. For a week she lived ____fruit and vegetables.

2. I'd never deceive you. I wouldn't dream _____it.

3. I spent two hours _____my lessons for the next day.

4. My little brother died ____diphtheria.

5. Do you ever suffer _____stomachaches?

6. How much did you pay _____the car?

7. He depends ____his sister ____assistance.

8. People think ______computers as being devices that calculate.

9. Everybody was surprised ____our calm.

10. If you think _____anything else, ring up this number. It may help to catch the thief.

11. Mary shouted ____us to come in and make ourselves comfortable.

12. Mason was deeply shocked _____Mary's death.

13. I hate being laughed______ .

14. When I return home, I take care ________many little things around the house.

15. I half-believe _____horoscopes.

16. Which of these purses belong ___Jane?

17. I'm ______contact _______a number of libraries.

18. We never thought she would fall _______ love _______ Hosmer Angel.
19. Could you explain _______ me how to play golf?

20. He left ________work _______ home to borrow $10_____his parents.

21. I congratulated my friend ________finishing the book,

22. We spend most of the money

23. What! The police accused my boyfriend _________the robbery! I must d something ____it.

24. I regard my dog ______my best friend.

25. I thanked Betsy ______inviting me _____ her engagement.

26. We were delighted_____ the hotel. They provided us ________ every-thing we needed.

27. Mummy, Billy asks me_______ a loan. Could you explain the meaning of the word ______me?

28. I spend a lot of time_______ knitting.

29. He is always asking _________ silly questions.

30. I warned them_______ buying this drug.

31. You know I warned you ______a possible failure.

32. His relatives blamed the accident ______me.

33. He died ______a heart attack and everybody blamed his wife ________it.

34. He tried to cut the apple ________five equal parts.

35. The secretary reminded her boss__________ the appointment at 9.15.

36. You remind me ______my sister. She is also blond and wears her hair long.

37. I prefer vegetables _____fruit.

38. I bought an alarm system this morning to protect the house____ robbery.

2. Replace the brackets using the correct tense-form of the verb:

1. He usually spends little money but now he (to spend) a lot as he (to look for) a new job. Hopefully, he (to find) it soon.

2. She managed to sell the jacket though she (to wear) it for some time. - How much she (to get)?

3. You won't learn how to do it until you (to do) it on your own. - You (to try)?

4. Why don't you trust him? He (to let) you down? In fact, he - . It (to be) last year when I (to be) away on business.

5. It's raining still! We are to leave in half an hour. I wonder if it (to stop) by then.

6. I ran out of my patience last night and went to the neighbours to find out what they constantly (to saw and drill) there.

7. Hardly we (to go ashore) when the wind (to increase) but we were out of danger.

8. If the storm becomes worse he (to have) to spend the night in the country.

9. The Peters (to come) tomorrow. Let's treat them to something special.

10. He didn't follow my advice though he (to promise) to.

3. Give the following sentences in indirect speech:

1. Nancy said to me 'I'll be very busy next week. Let's put off our visit to the theatre."

2. She said to her mother "Don't worry about me!"

3. She remarked "The soup is tasteless, flavor it with parsley and dill!"

4. Jack said to us "I have lived in England for ten years but I 'm going back home soon."'

5. He said "Though my last trip was interesting I'd rather not go anywhere this summer."

6. She said to her friend "Please, come over for tea tomorrow! I’ll be waiting."

7. My friend said to me "Why are you so nervous today?"

8. Bob said to Mary "Will you have another cup of coffee?"

9. Mother asked me "Have you bought the vegetables for the salad?"

10. The interviewer asked Tom "Did you finish school in 2003?"

4. Complete the sentences using infinitive constructions:

1. I would like the weather....

2. I know you are fond of classical music but I'd rather....

3. He knew the material quite well, but at the exam he seemed....

4. I hear he has quitted his job. I wonder what made him....

5. He was expected....

6. He has never been interested in languages. He is unlikely....

7. The tea was too hot....

8. Mother is a good cook and I like to watch....

9. The Moscow Arts Theatre has come on tour to our city. Why not...?

10. He proved to be the only person....

IV. Individual work. Report.

Do library research and prepare a report on one of the following topics.

1. My favorite (opera, jazz, rock, pop) singer.

2. The outstanding composer.

3. The history of one musical instrument.


Задания для студентов-заочников 4 курса (5,5) ФИЯ

по практике устной и письменной речи (английский язык)

VII семестр. Преподаватель Тереня О.А.

Topic: Education in the USA.

Литература

Аракин В.Д. Практический курс английского языка 4 курс М., - 2006.

I. Work with vocabulary.

1. a. Read the text “ Doctor in the house” by R. Gordon. p.6.

b. Study speech patterns p. 10; phrases and word combinations p. 11. Translate them and learn.

c. Paraphrase the sentences using the speech patterns. ex.7.p.16.

d. Make up five sentences of your own on each patterns.

e. Translate the sentences into English using the speech patterns. ex.9.p.16.

f. Paraphrase the sentences using the word combinations and phrases form the text. ex.12.p.17.

g. Translate the sentences into English using the word combinations ex.13.p.18.

2. a. Study the essential vocabulary. Give the Russian equivalents for every unit and translate the examples into Russian.

b. Paraphrase the following sentences using the essential vocabulary. ex.4.p.26.

c. Translate the sentences into English using the essential vocabulary. ex.6.p.26.

3. Getting to grips with phrasal verbs.

a. Read the list of phrasal verbs, and translate the sentences into Russian. p.27

b. Replace the words in italics with the most suitable phrasal verb. ex.3.p.29.

c. Translate into English. ex.4.p.29.

4. Thematic vocabulary p.30.

Translate the words. Write down a transcription if necessary. Learn the words. Be ready to write a dictation.

II. Work with the text.

Text Higher Education. p.31

a. Prepare the text for good reading.

b. Write out all unknown words and word combinations. Translate and learn them.

c. Translate the text in written form.

d. Answer the questions in a written form ex.1(a).p.33.

e. Find in the text the facts which determine the choice by an individual of this or that college or university.

f. Summarize the text in three paragraphs.

g. Prepare the text for retelling.

h. Use the thematic vocabulary and the material of the Appendix in answering the questions ex.2.p.34.

III. Work with additional text.

a. Read the text Organization and structure of the system of education in the USA p.284

b. Study the table on p. 287 and pick out the similarities and differences between the system of education in Russia and the USA.

IV. Grammar review.

1. Translate the sentences into English concentrating on the use of modal verbs and tenses.

1. - Джейн, очевидно, придет завтра. Можно я поговорю с ней о ее отъезде в Канаду?

- Нет, ни в коем случае. Нельзя напоминать ей об этом.

2. Я чувствовал, что должен навестить его.

3. Несмотря на шторм, он смог доплыть до берега.

4. Он сказал секретарше, что она может идти домой.

5. Дождь, должно быть, лил всю ночь. На улице большие лужи.

6. - Возможно, его уже нет в городе.

- Не может быть, что он уехал. Он, вероятно, прячется где-то.

7. Когда он был молодым, он мог пройти 20 километров в день.

8. На улице так шумели прошлую ночь, что я не могла спать.

9. Студентам не разрешали вносить словари в экзаменационную аудиторию.

10. Очевидно, он не знает о письме. Может быть, они ничего ему не сказали о нем.

2. Paraphrase the sentences using gerund.

1. After he had made all the arrangements, he sighed with relief.

2. The customer was surprised that she was not given the change.

3. The producer was going to screen that novel. It was worth doing it.

4. The mother thought that she should take her children to the country for the summer.

5. He did well in the exam because he had been working a lot the whole year.

6. The customer insisted that the sleeves should be lengthened.

7. He was blamed that he had left his family.

8. Mother suggested that her daughter should exchange the shoes for the ones of a bigger size.

9. The teacher complained to the parents that their son behaved badly at school.

10. When the students were given the task they got down to doing it immediately.

V. Individual work.

Do library research and prepare a report on the topic “Harvard University. A system of grades.”

Задания для студентов-заочников 4 курса (5,5) ФИЯ

по практике устной и письменной речи (английский язык)

VII семестр. Преподаватель Тереня О.А.

Topic: Courts and Trials.

Литература

Аракин В.Д. Практический курс английского языка 4 курс М., - 2006.

I. Work with vocabulary.

1. a. Read the text “to kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee p.38.

b. Study the speech patterns p.44; phrases and word combinations p.45. Translate them and learn.

c. Paraphrase the sentences using the speech patterns. ex.6.p.51.

d. Make up one or two sentences of your own on each patterns.

e. Translate the sentences into English using the speech patterns. ex.8.p.52.

f. Make up two or three sentences of your own on each phrase and word combinations.

g. Translate the sentences into English using the phrase and word combinations. ex.13.p.53.

h. Explain what is meant. ex.17.p.54.

2. a. Study the essential vocabulary and translate the illustrative examples into Russian p.45.

b. Paraphrase the sentences using the essential vocabulary. ex.4.p.64.

c. Translate the sentences into English using the essential vocabulary. ex.6.p.65.

3. Getting to grips with phrasal verbs p.67.

a. Read the list of phrasal verbs and translate the sentences into Russian. p.66.

b. Replace the words in italics with the most suitable phrasal verb. ex.3.p.67.

c. Translate the sentences from into English ex.4.p.67.

4. Thematic vocabulary. Study and learn the words (see appendix 1). Be ready to write a dictation.

II. Work with the text.

1. Text “The Federal Court System”

a. Prepare the text for good reading.

b. Write out all unknown words and word combinations. Translate and learn them.

c. Translate the text in written form.

d. Prepare the text for retelling.

e. Answer the questions after the text.

f. Study the table in the textbook by V. Arakin on p.293.

THE FEDERAL COURT SYSTEM

The third branch of the federal government. The judiciary, consists of a system of courts spread throughout the country, headed by the Supreme Court of the United States.

A system of state courts existed before the Constitution was drafted. There was considerable controversy among the delegates to the Constitutional Convention as to whether a federal court system was needed, and whether It should supplant the state courts. As In other matters under debate, a compromise was reached In which the state courts were continued while the Constitution mandated a federal judiciary with limited power. Article III of the Constitution states the basis for the federal court system: The judicial power of the United States shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.

With this guide, the first Congress divided the nation into districts and created federal courts for .each district. From that beginning has evolved the present structure: the Supreme Court, 11 courts of appeals, 91 district courts, and three courts of special jurisdiction. Congress today retains the power to create and abolish federal courts, as well as to determine the number of judges in the federal judiciary system. It cannot, however, abolish the Supreme Court.

The judicial power extends to cases arising under the Constitution; laws and treaties of the United States; admiralty and maritime cases; cases affecting ambassadors, ministers and consuls of foreign countries in the United States; controversies in which the U.S. government is a party; and controversies between states (or their citizens) and foreign nations (or their citizens or subjects). The 11th Amendment removed from federal jurisdiction cases in which citizens of one state were the plaintiffs and the government of another state was the defendant. It did not disturb federal jurisdiction in cases in which a state government is a plaintiff and a citizen of another state the defendant.

The power of the federal courts extends both to civil actions for damages and other redress, and to criminal cases arising under federal law. Article III has resulted in a complex set of relationships between state and federal courts. Ordinarily, federal courts do not hear cases arising under the laws of individual states. However, some cases over which federal courts have jurisdiction may also be heard and decided by state courts. Both court systems thus have exclusive Jurisdiction in some areas and concurrent jurisdiction in others.

The Constitution safeguards judicial independence by providing that federal judges shall hold office "during good behaviour"- in practice, until they die, retire or resign, although a judge who commits an offence while in office may be Impeached in the same way as the president or other officials of the federal government. U.S judges are appointed by the president and confirmed by the Senate. Congress also determines the pay scale of judges.
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