4. 4 1 Topic: My family Present Simple Tense. Vocabulary: name [neim]-, first name [f:st neim]-, surname [s :neim]-, to want [twnt]-, to tell [ttel]-, first of all [fst v:l] , a lot (of) [ lt v]-, medicine [medsin] , member [memb ] , turner [t:n] , experienced [ikspirinst] , hobby [`h bi] , soldier [`sould ] , regiment [redimnt] , to be ill [t bi: il] - , to go shopping [t gou pi] - , to be full-time (part time) student [ful taim (pa:t taim)] - ( ), to be in the first year [f:st j] - , to do sums [t du: sms] - , to be in a good mood [gud mu:d] - . 1.1 Text My family I am Peter Smirnov, Peter is my first name and Smirnov is my surname. I want to tell you about my family. Our family is large: mother, father, a sister, a brother and grandparents. My grandparents live with us. There are seven of us in the family. First of all some words about my parents. My mother is a doctor. She works in a hospital. She likes her profession and reads a lot of books on medicine. My father is a worker. He is a turner. He is an experienced worker. He reads a lot. His hobby is fishing. When he comes home without any fish mother goes to the shop for fish. He often sings and when we are at home and have some free time I play the guitar and we sing together. My grandpa is a veteran of the Great Patriotic War. He often tells us about the war and heroism of the soldiers of his regiment. My granny is a pensioner. She is often ill and we help her with housework. I go shopping and my sister Ann helps about the house. Ann is seventeen. She is a part-time student. She combines her work as a nurse at the hospital with studies at a medical school. My brother Nick is a school boy. He is ten. He wants to become an engineer. I am sixteen. I am a student. I go to college. I am a full-time student. I am in the first-year. I want to be a technician. I am a member of an English club. I am tall. My hair is red and my eyes are grey. I am not handsome at all, but the girls say that I do sums well and I am always in a good mood. 1.2 Vocabulary in context 1.2.1 Say it in English:1. ; 2. ; 3. ; 4. ; 5. ; 6. . Copyright & A K-C
5. 5 ) 1. 2. - 3. . 4. . 5. . 6. . 1.2.2 Translate from English into Russian: Our granny is old. She is a pensioner. She is often ill. We help her about the house: tidy up the rooms, lay the table for breakfast, dinner and supper, clear away the dishes and wash up. 1.2.3 Finish the sentences, using appendix #1 1. Ann is a ...2. Nick is a ...3. My brother is a ...4. I am a ...5. Mr. Brown is a ...6. My mother is a ... 1.2.4 Finish the sentences using the necessary prepositions or adverbs 1. I am ... the first year. 2. Tell me ... your family. 3. He works ... a hospital. 4. He comes... home late. 5. We sing ... 6. Mother goes ... the shop. 7. He is a veteran ... the Great Patriotic War. 1.2.5 Insert the missing words: Model: I go to my college every day. 1. He ... to ... college every day. 2. She ... to ... college every day. 3. We ... to ... college every day. 4. You ... to ... college every day. 5.They ... to ... college every day. 1.2.6 Answer the following questions: 1. What is the name of the boy? 2. How old is Peter? 3. Does he go to college? 4. What student is he? 5. Where does Petes mother (father) work? 6. Has he a sister? 7. What is her name? 8. Where does she study? 9. Is she a part-time student? 1.2.7 Translate from Russian into English: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. . 1.3 Grammar points. Simple tenses Active. Present Simple (to be, to have) Simple Tenses Active Simple , . 3 : Present Simple, Past Simple, Future Simple. The Present Simple Tense ( ) , , : I go to my college every day Copyright & A K-C
6. 6 to ask Present Simple Tense I ask He She asks It We You ask They Do I ask? he Does she ask? It we Do you ask? they I do not ask. He She does not ask It We You do not ask They 3 s : 1) [s]: he stops [s]; 2) [z]: she sees [z]; 3) , , s, [z]: he goes [z]; 4) , , es, [iz]: to dress she dresses, to teach he teaches [iz]; 5) , i es: to study he studies [iz]. , s: to play plays. : Future Indefinite Present Simple. , Present Simple, : If I have time, I shall come to see you tomorrow. , . To be (Present Simple) I am Im a student. You are Youre a student. She is - Shes a student It is Its a student We are Were students You are Youre students They are Theyre students - Copyright & A K-C
7. 7 The order of words in sentences with the verb to be: Affirmative sentences: Mary is Lucys daughter - Interrogative sentences: Is Mary Lucys daughter? Where is Lucys daughter? who , Who is Mary? Negative sentences: Mary is not Lucys daughter. Mary isnt Lucys daughter. To have (Present Simple) to have (Present Simple) : have I, you, we, they (1-, 2- .. .. 3- . .), has he, she, it (3- ...). have got has got. -: I have got a large collection of books. I have got a lot of friends here. . He has got a brother and a sister. . Have you (got) many friends? I have not got any friends here. Has he (got) a brother? He hasnt got any brothers or sisters : He has no brothers or sisters. have ve, a has s: Ive got, hs got .. 1 2 3 2 1 3 1 2 3 Copyright & A K-C
8. 8 , to have , . : Triangles have three sides (: ) Squares have four sides (: ) , , , have , .. , ( ), , . : This is a hammer. It has a handle and a head. . . 1.4 Focus on Grammar 1.4.1 Fill in the blanks with the right forms of the verb to be . Dramatize the dialogues. - Kate! Hello. - Hello, Jane. How_____you? - I___very well, thank you. How___you? - Fine, thanks. - And how___your mother? - Oh, she___well. - And how___your brothers? - They__fine, too. - Good. Nice to see you. 1.4.2 Find the sentences in Present Simple 1. He went there yesterday. 2. We live in Moscow. 3. She likes to go to the theatre. 4. Do you study at school? 5. My father works at a factory. 6. Petes sister does not work. 7. She studies at the Institute. 8. Did my mother work at school last year? 9. He will go to the theatre tomorrow. 1.4.3 Insert the verbs in the right form. 1. I ... in Moscow (live, lives). 2. ... you like English (do, does)? 3. My mother ... English well (speak, speaks). 4. He ... not work at the factory (do, does). 5. ... Peter often go to the theatre (do, does)? 6. We ... not study at llege (do, does). 1.4.4 Say it in English. 1. O (to live) 2. (to know) 3. ? (to like) 4. 5. ? (to study) 6. . 1.6. 5 Write about yourself, using the active words and expressions from the text My family. 1.4.6 Describe your family, using a family picture. Copyright & A K-C
9. 9 1.5 Dialogue The Lamberts An interview () Interviewer: Good morning, Mrs. Lambert. Im a reporter for the local newspaper. I called you yesterday and you agreed to give us an interview. Have you got time to talk to me now? Jenny: Yes. Wont you sit down? I.: Thank you. So, you are married and have got three children. J.: Thats right. Peter, aged 15, Kate, aged 13 and Bill, aged 10. they all go to school. I.: And your husband? What does he do? J.: My husband is six years older than me and he is a computer programmer. He enjoys his work very much. And he earns well, too. We met when I was 24 and we got married two years later. We worked for the same company at that time but when the first baby was born I gave up my job. I.: Do you come from a large family? J.: Yes, quite large. Ive got two brothers and a sister. My big brother works in a bank. He lives in London. My younger brother is an archaeologist. He travels all over the world. And my sister teaches maths at school. I.: Are they all married? J.: Both my brothers are married and have got children. Ive got four nieces and nephews. My sister is single. But , . . , . ? . , . . , . . , 15 , , 13 , , 10 . . ? ? , . . . , 24 , . , , . ? , . . . . . . . ? . . , Copyright & A K-C
10. 10 shes got a boyfriend, who is very nice. He teaches at the same school. They plan to get married by the end of the year. I.: And what about your parents? J.: Both my parents are alive. My dad is 75. and my mum is about ten years younger. They live in the country. We go to visit them several times a year, usually at Christmas and some time in summer. The children like to spend their holidays with their granny and granddad. I.: They say a typical English family is husband and wife and 2,4 children and a dog and a cat. J.: Weve got two cats and a dog. Perhaps my parents family is typical. I.: In what sense? J.: Well, my mother never worked. She was a housewife and brought up children. My father was the breadwinner and the head of the family. I.: What did he do? J.: He was a businessman. Hes retired now. I.: Do you want to resume your career after your children grow up? J.: No, I dont think so. Theres a lot of housework. No. I.: Do your children keep in touch with their cousins? J.: Yes. They see them and their aunts and uncles when we all meet at Christmas in my parents home. . . . ? .