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I. Choosing a 1. Dialogue 1. Meet the Career Parkers. About Roberts profession (a dialogue)
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2. Looking for a job Everyday 2.assette1 English (.. ) II. Illnesses 3. A Days Wait, (by E. Hemingway) (text) .. . . 2- ) 4.A Victim to 107 Fatal Maladies . (text, from Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome ) 5. A visit to the Doctor (a dialogue, . . . . 2 ) 6. A Mother, a son and a doctor. (conversation) Everyday English (.. ) 7. Streamline English. Bernard Hartley and Peter10
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Viney. Destinations. Going to the doctors (a dialogue) (See appendix) 8.Dialogue 2. Meet the Parkers. Nursing a sick husband (a dialogue)
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9.Dialogue 3.Tommy Wood is 9. Cassette 2 taken ill (a dialogue) 10. Cassette 3 10. Some More Glimpses of London. ( . 2 , . .. )(text) III. City and 11.. Sightseeing. (a dialogue) traffic . , . .. 12. Sonnet Composed upon Westminster Bridge. . , . .. (a poem) 13. London ( ) Los Angeles San Francisco 13.Cassette 3 London (texts) Cassette 3 ( unit 40) 12.Cassette 3 11.Cassette 3
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15.Dialogue 4. Meet the Parkers. 16. New York ( ) IV. Meals 17.How we kept mothers day.(by S. Leacock) . , . .. (text) 18. An Englishmans meals . , . .. (text) 19.At Table (a dialogue) . , . ..
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20.Lesson 9. Meet the Parkers. 20.Cassette 4 Making a cake. (a dialogue) 21. Everyday English (.. ) . V. Education 22. A Freshmans Experience (from Daddy Long Legs by J. Webster).(text) [ . , . .. ] 23. Higher education and teacher training in Great Britain [ . 12
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. .. ] (text) 24.Dialogue 5. Meet the Parkers. About Roberts career. (a dialogue) VI. Sports 25.A Friend in Need by S. Maugham [ . , . .. ] 26.What makes all people kin. 26. Cassette 6 [ . , . .. ](text) 27. Sports and Games popular in England (a dialogue) [ . , . .. ] 28. The Football Match (conversation) [ . , . .. ] 29. Streamline English, Destinations. Keeping Fit (text)(unit 73) 29. Cassette 6 28. Cassette 6 27. Cassette 6 25. Cassette 6 24. Cassette 5
30. Streamline English, Destinations. Unit 18 Where have all the fans gone? VII Geography 31. The British Isles (text) [ . , . .. ] 32.Industrial and agricultural districts in Great Britain (text) [ . , . .. ]
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33. The English Landscape ( a 33. Cassette 7 dialogue) [ . , . .. ] 34. Looking at the Map of Russia [ . . .. ] VIII. Travelling 35. Seeing people off by M. Beerbohm (text) [ . , . . . ] 36. Different Means of Travelling (conversation) [ . , . .. ]14
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37. At the Station [ . , . .. ] 38. From a Railway Carriage (poem) [ . , . .. ] 39. Lesson 40. Meet the Parkers Travelling (a dialogue) IX. Theatre 40. Rose at the Music Hall (from They walk in the city by G. Priestly). [ . , . .. ] 41. Drama, Music and ballet in Britain(text) [ . , . .. ] 42. At the Box office (a dialogue) [ . , . .. ] 43. Streamline English (Destinations) Trust the heart Cassette 3, side B15
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Unit 77 44. Dialogue 6. Meet the Parkers. After the film (a dialogue) , . Topic I. Choosing a Career. DIALOGUE 1 Harry: Well, Robert, have you made up your mind yet what you want to do when you leave college? Nora: Oh Harry, surely he's a bit young to decide on his career? He hasn't even got to college yet. Harry: Not at all, Nora. It's wisest to decide in good time. Look at me, for example. I really wanted to be a sailor, but now I spend my days sitting at a desk in an office. Yes, it's silly to train for the wrong job. Nora: Harry: And after all, Robert will be going to college soon. (Musing) Now if I were a man I'd be a farmer. To see the crops growing - that's my idea of a good life. Yes, and to see the money rolling in is more important still. Robert: Well, that's not the way I look at it, Dad. It's the job I care about, not the money. Harry: Maybe not; but you'll learn to care about the money too, when you've got a family to keep. 44. Cassette 9
And of course Peter - well, he's keen to be a racing motorist, or (Scornfully) Oh, Peter's not old enough to make up his mind
else an explorer. about such things. Harry: Well, you haven't answered my question yet, Robert. What would you like to do? Nora: Robert: Harry: (Wistfully) Are you sure you don't want to be a farmer Robert? No, I'm sorry Mum, but I don't want to at all. I'd rather be a Not ships? Isn't it better to be a shipbuilding engineer? Or a market gardener? civil engineer. I want to build roads and bridges. Robert: (Crossly) Look here, is it my career we're planning, or yours? Harry: (Huffed) All right, all right, there's no need to lose your temper. But you'd better win that scholarship first. EXERCISES 1.Listen to the dialogue and explain the meaning of the following words and phrases: to make up ones mind, in good time, to train for the wrong job, to care about, to be old enough, to lose ones temper, to win a scholarship. 2.Write English equivalents of the following words and phrases. Use them in sentences of your own: 1., 2. -, 3. , 4. , , 5., .17
3.Write these words in English and transcribe them: , , , , , , . 4.Make verbs from the following nouns: sailor , explorer ,builder - . 5.Study the vocabulary of exercises 1, 2, 3,4 and translate into English: 1. , ? 2. , . 3. . 4. , . . 5. , . 6. . 7. . 8. . 9. ? 10. , , . . 6. Answer the following questions, using vocabulary of exercises 1-5 1 What are they discussing? 2 What did Harry want to be? 3 What is Noras idea of a good life?18
4 Who thinks, that to see money rolling is the most important thing? 5 Will Robert care about money, when he has a family to keep? 6 What are Peters plans for his future? 7 What is Robert going to be? 8 What made Robert lose his temper? 7. Listen to the dialogue and retell it in indirect speech. 8. Find sentences, pronounced with : a) great interest; b) surprise; c) strong emphasis. 9. Repeat the dialogue after the speaker, mark stresses and tunes and learn it by heart.
Topic II. Illnesses and their Treatment
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