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Present, Past, Future Indefinite Tense (, , ) (Present) (Past) (Future)Ask, know (I, we, you,asked, knew* ( shall/will ask, know (I, we)they) . . )will ask, know (you, he, sheasks, knows (he, she, it) it, they) * -ed, , . 4. 2. to be to have to be (Present) (Past) (Future)am (I)was (. .) were (. .) shall/will be (1, we)is (he, she, it) will be (you, he, she, it, they)are (we, you, they) t have (Present) (Past) (Future)have (I, we, you, they) has had shall/will have (I, we)(he, she, it) will have (you, he, she, it, they)3. there is/are (Present) (Past) (Future)there is (. .) there was (. .) there will be there are (. .) there were (. .)4. above to (from , ) in, at into () out of ()under in: 1. (in November)2. (in winter)3. (in the morning, in the evening, at night)4. c (in 1998)on: (on Monday, on the first of January, on aday off)at: (at 9 oclock, at a quarter to three ) 5. 1. Present Indefinite Tense ( )? 2. to be Present Indefinite Tense? 3. 3- PresentIndefinite Tense?4. Past Indefinite( )? 5. Past Indefinite ? , 6. Future Indefinite Tense ( )? 7. there is/thereare?8. thereis/there are?9. ? ? 6. 1 (I) 1. : 1. When do students get degrees of Bachelor of Science? 2. When do students get a masters degree? COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN THE USA1. Young people in the USA get higher education in colleges and universities.Students choose "major" subject and make many courses in this subject. 2. After four years of study students get the degrees of Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.),Bachelor of Philosophy (B. Phil.) or Bachelor of Arts (B.A., if they study Greek orLatin). After a year or two of further study they get a masters degree. If they go on intheir study and research, they will get a still higher degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D).3. Higher education trains people to become teachers, engineers or to do otherprofessional work. 4. College students often continue their study at universities. Not all the students getgrants. The minimum period of study is two years (in this case they dont get the degree ofPh. D.), three or even four years. 5. Many cities have colleges and universities that hold evening classes as well asdaytime classes. People who work in the daytime can get higher education attendingevening classes. 2. 1, 2, 4. 3. to b : 1. School education in the USA (is, was, will be) free. 2. They (are, were, will be) second-year students last year. 3. History (is, was, will be) the first lesson tomorrow. 4. , :1. They have five lessons every day.2. We had four exams last term.3. Students will have a lecture on history tomorrow. 7. 5. , , Past Indefinite Tense (- )1. (to get) a degree in chemistry last year.2.1 (to pass) my entrance exams successfully a few days ago.3. They (to read) many books on management last term.6. , , , ;There is2,600 universities in the USAThere aremany students at the universitya large library7. :1. There are three terms ... a school year.2. University classes start... September.3. In America all children from 6 to 16 go ... school. 8. 2 (I) 1. : 1. When do pupils take their "" level exam? 2. How many "A" levels are enough to go to university? "O" LEVEL AND "A" LEVEL EXAMINATIONS 1. Pupils at secondary schools in England (that is, pupils between the age of twelveand eighteen) have two main exams to worry about. They take the first one when theyare about fifteen. Its called "O" (ordinary) level.2. Many pupils take "O" level in about seven or eight different subjects. There are alot of subjects to choose from carpentry to ancient languages. 3. For a lot of jobs its quite enough to have four or five "O" levels and usually theseinclude English and Maths. 4. Some pupils leave school when they are fifteen. But if they stay at school, theygo to the sixth form and start working for the second main exam: "A" (advanced) level.Its a difficult exam, so pupils dont usually take it in more than three subjects.5. Three "A" levels are enough to go to university. But if they want to go to suchuniversities as Oxford and Cambridge they take special exams as well. If you dont want togo to university, you get a good job with two or three "A" levels. 2. I, 2, 4.3. to be : 1. History (is, was, will be) my favourite subject at school. 2. Private schools (are, were, will be) expensive. 3. We (are, were, will be) engineers in five years. 9. 4. , - :1. They have secretarial courses this year.2. This teacher had two lectures yesterday.3. You will have three exams next term.5. , , Fast Indefinite Tense( ):1. The course of study (to last) five years.2. He (to graduate) from the university last year.3. They (to take) five exams last term.6. , , , :There is many studentsat the lectureThere are modern equipment in our townonly one privatein our language schoollaboratory7. :1. English was difficult ... me in the first term.2. There are three terms ... a school year.3. Usually our lessons begin ... 9 oclock. 10. 3 (I) 1. : 1. At what age do children go to school in Great Britain? 2. What does primary school include? THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN GREAT BRITAIN 1. Public education in Great Britain consists of Primary, Secondary and FurtherEducation. Primary and Secondary education is compulsory for all children. Furthereducation is voluntary.2. All children in Great Britain go to school when they are five. They leave school atthe age of fifteen but many boys and girls stay at school until they are sixteen-seventeenand go to further education or to university.3. The primary school includes nursery school (2-5), infant school (5-7) and juniorschool (7-11). The full secondary school age ranges from 11 to 18. Children go to agrammar school, or to a secondary modern school, or to a secondary technical school, orto a comprehensive school.4. The academic year begins after summer holidays and has three terms with theinterval between them. Day-schools work on Mondays to Fridays only, from 9 a.m. to 4p.m. 5. Before lessons start, the teacher and all the boys and girls meet for prayers. Thenthey go to the classroom for the first lesson. At one oclock children have a break for lunch.The break lasts about an hour. After lunch there is still time to go out and play. 2. 1, 2, 4.3. to be : 1. They (are, were, will be) first-year students now. 2. She (is, was, will be) a professor at Oxford two years ago.3. I (am, was, will be) an engineer in five years. 11. 4. , :1. Children have a break for lunch in the morning.2. We had a difficult test yesterday.3. He will have an interesting job next year. 5. , , Past In definite Tense (- ):1. My brother (to get) a grant for further education.2. The teacher (to ask) many questions at the lesson.3. He (to go) to primary school at the age of five.6. , , , :There ismany institutes in our country well-equippedlanguagelaboratories There are a good library at our university many students7. :1. There are 42 universities ... Great Britain.2. About 5% of the population in Great Britain go ... public schools.3. Last year my brother left school and got a job ... a bank. 12. 4 (I) 1. : 1. What countries use distance education? 2. What are the advantages of distance education? DISTANCE EDUCATION OVER THE WORLD 1. Distance education over the world has a history of more than 100 years. But itgained popularity only after 1970s.2. Many countries like China, England, Japan, Russia, Spain and the USA use thismethod, especially in higher education. 3. For example, the Open University in England has more than 80,000 students whotake about 140 courses per year. This university has 260 local teaching and 13 regionalinformation centres.4. Such factors as age, place, daily activity do not serve as limiting factors indistance education. Distance education has two main advantages over traditional classroomeducation. The first advantage is a solution to the problem of teaching staff shortage andthe second one is the low cost of education which gives many people an opportunity toreceive higher education. 5. It is a system of education for different people at any age. This educationallows each student to have an individual scheme of study. 2. 1, 2, 4.3. to be : 1. (is, was. will be) at the lecture yesterday. 2. The test (is, was, will be) difficult. 3. They (are, were, will be) second-year students next year. 13. 4. , :1. They had an English lesson yesterday.2. Students will have five exams in June.3. This university has a distance education department5. , , Fast Indefinite Tense( ):1. They (to study) many subjects last year.2. He (to enter) the university in 1998.3.1 (to go) to the university by bus.6. , , , :There isa college in our town There are fifteen schools a university7. :1. All pupils study a foreign language ... school.2. There was only a primary school... our village.3. They have no lectures ... Sundays. 14. II Cities1. Washington1. Participle 1 ( 2. New York