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frequency,
Past
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people/objects,
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preferences,
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films,
books,
music.
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adjectives, Degrees of
comparisons
of
adjectives,
defining
relative clauses.
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and and governments, rules (
order
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news, past events.
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names of institutions,
modals of obligation, .
Past
Perfect
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personal letters.
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people's .
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conversations.
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ability,
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quests.
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small
talk, .
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nature
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situations
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Perfect
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Conditionals 1,2
UNIT 10
Exchanging
opinions, .
Shopping
shopping habits, recent (
activities, writing a letter
of complaint.
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Present
Perfect
Continuous
Tense, Quantifiers, Time .
and Conditional Clauses.
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Directions,
Holiday .
Travel
accommodation, Health (
Advice,
Website
recommendation.
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advice,
non-defining
relative clauses.
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linguistics,
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Computer types
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Operating systems
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Computer history
Intro to the internet
The web
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1) Fill in the gaps with the words from active vocabulary.
1. They are identical________. You can't __________ them apart.
2. I ___________ my mother in character. We are both stubborn.
3. Every member of our family is intelligent. It ___________ our family.
4. An ___________ is two or more adults from different generations of a family,
who share a household.
5. A friend of mine has recently ____________ a Chinese baby girl found on the
streets of Beijing.
6. Many people in this area are ______________ of German immigrants.
2) Translate the sentences from English into Russian.
1) Different people who came to the U.S. from China, Africa, South America,
South Asia, and every European country brought to their new land a wonderful
mixture of customs and traditions.
2) Social customs vary greatly from country to country.
3) Most of Christmas customs are variations of traditions brought to America by
European emmigrants.
4) It's a custom here to shake hands with a man you're being introduced to.
5) Going home for Christmas is a most cherished tradition of the holiday season.
3) Translate from Russian into English
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4) Listen to Bert Atkins describing his school years. What does he say about the
following:
knitting
paper and pencils
chalk and a slate
the "Big Boys" school
exams
walking to school
a bike
leaving school
talking in class
writing lines
homework
5) Fill in the gaps with the appropriate phrasal verb from the following: carry on,
fed up, grow up, make up, put away, put on, take off, take up, tell off, tidy up, turn
on, turn up, wake up, give up. Not all the verbs will be used.
1. The men are _________ with the war. 2. I did want a holiday abroad, but we've
had to _________ the idea. 3. Try to _______ photography. That will change your
life. 4. Don't let me interrupt you, just _________. 5. I couldn't remember a fairy
story to tell to the children, so I ____ one _____.
6) Provide the notion to each of the following definitions
1. a woman who is not married, especially a woman who is no longer young and
seems unlikely ever to marry
2. a brother who is the son of only one of your parents
3. a belief, principle, or way of acting that people in a particular society or group
have continued to follow for a long time
4. a situation in which people are happy and celebrating
5. to put yourself or someone else onto the official list of members of a
course,college, or group
7) Paraphrase the underlined phrases using active vocabulary
1. His religion is Islam and he comes from Turkey.
2. They are all very beautiful, thats a characteristic of their family.
3. I have the same character as my mother.
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4. She took a girl who lost her parents from an asylum.


5. We have got the same names.
8) What do the following abbrevs stand for? Provide Russian equivalents:
RAM, CPU, ROM, LAN

:
1) Listen to a programme about Russian mail in Russian. Render the content of the
programme in ENGLISH.
2) Watch the video and summarize the opinions of people in the street about
finding partners on-line. Do you have any experience in this activity? Are you
registered with any social networking sites? Why did you register there?
3) Explain a Russian customer what kind of computer is on sale.
Toshiba 15.6" Satellite Laptop
PRODUCT FEATURES
Intel Core i7 2.2GHz
8GB RAM
Multiformat DVDRW/CD-RW drive with
double-layer support - Records up to 8.5GB of
data or 4 hours of video
15.6" widescreen display
750GB Serial ATA HDD
Intel HD graphics
Built-in webcam and microphone
3 USB ports
Built-in Intel high-speed wireless LAN
Long battery life
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Edition
64-bit operating system preinstalled
4) Go to Movie database. Find and recommend nice movies to watch: a) for a
woman,
b)
for
a
man,
c)
for
a
child
Speak about the plot, actors, most interesting episodes. Say why it is a good movie
to watch. AVOID cut&paste technique. You are encouraged to apply photos if you
wish
to
make
your
recommendations
colourful
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Comment on the recommendations from your groupmates. Say which films you
would like and would not like to watch and why.
5) Exploring Microsoft site find answers to the questions:
1. What is firewall? Why do you need it? What does it protect from?
2. What are security updates? How often should your security system be updated?
3. What are two kinds of malicious software? What are the steps to help you avoid
viruses?
4. Speak about antispyware technology. How does it work?
5. What are the 4 steps to protect your computer?
Write an article in Russian to a local newspaper giving advice on how to be safe on
the Web. Post it into your portfolio. It should be no more than 150-200 words.
6) Write an essay - "Wilfing addiction.
Speak about your surfing habbits. Do you spend much time wilfing? Does it
interfere with your studies and personal life? What do you do to get rid of this
addiction?
7) After reading the text about the way emails work, draw a diagram similar to one
in the text and describe the process of the following message delivering:
From john@mail.ru
To steeve@yandex.ru
8)
Take
part
in
a
forum
about
Dating
advice
http://www.datingadviceforums.com/.
Summarize the tips, post your comment describing your peronal experience.

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9) Go to E-mail phishing site and test yourself to find out if you are capable to see
whether the message contains any spam or not. Explore the explanations to the
answers. Answer the question: What makes an e-mail phishing.
10) Divide into several mini-groups to take part in the University debate Is
Internet culture destroying the language?
Each group should present their point of view according to the role given.
The task is to find the solution to the problem if there is any problem at all.
Roles:
..University Professor teaching the English language
..Student of Languages Dept. writing his/her course work on the modern
stage of language development
..A trendy teenager obsessed about computers
..A young raised in classical traditions mother of a ten-year old boy
..School teacher
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..Chairperson of the debate


..Journalists
Take part in the forum Is Internet culture destroying the language? Do you
think it is really so. What are the ways out? Is your language influenced? In what
way?

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1. Read the following sentences choosing the correct nucleus, put the stresses:
1. Phil lives in London.
(not John)(he doesnt study here)(not in Paris)
2. They are digging in the garden.
(not in the field)(not playing)(not we)
3. Mary bought a new hat yesterday. (not Kate)(not a coat)(not last week)
4. Do you collect badges?
(or stamps)(or sell)(or your sister)
2. Comment on the cases of assimilation:
in this, twelve, crowd, tenth, What's this
3. Transcribe the following words:
sit, friend, valley, cup, time, do, age, sphere, health, should, course, tell, we, cafe,
sigh, police, laugh, lure, early, international
4. Write the text in letters.

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5. Intone the following sentences and draw tonogrammes


1. Id like to read a new book by Stephen Fry.
2. Could you please open the window?
3. How many hours a week do you spend on learning English?
4. Do you like this new movie about Sherlock Holmes?
5. The weather today is wonderful, isnt it?
2/1 /1
Vocabulary
1 Ways of greeting Complete the way of greeting in each sentence.
Example I always kiss my sister on the c h e e k s when I go home.
1 Only my girlfriend kisses me on the l
.
2 When I meet someone for the first time I usually s
them.
3 Iw
to my friends when I see them.
4 My Japanese friends b
to their teacher.
5 Ih
my parents when I come back from holiday.

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2 People in my life Choose the correct answer a, b, or c.


My family and friends
My parents
divorced five
years ago and my dad married again
last year. His wifes name is Olga. She
was one of Dads 1
when
he
worked at the bank. Shes quite a nice
2
and I
like living there. The 3

Example
a neighbours
1 a colleagues b
2 a neighbour b
3 a acquaintances
neighbours
4 a uncle
b
5 a acquaintance
flatmate
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c parents
cousins
c
widows
step-mother c
aunt
b
step-fathers c
nephew
b

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best friend c

on Dad and Olgas street


are all really friendly, too. Mr Robson
is the best. His wife died a few years
ago so hes a 4
. He comes for dinner every
week and he always tells interesting
stories. My 5
is Emily. She doesnt live near
me, but we talk on the phone or email
every day. Shes great!
3. Words and phrases for describing objects Complete the description of an
object with these words.
made of used for
used as
kind of
from looks like
A kotatsu
With a kotatsu you can have dinner, play games, do your homework and keep warm at the same time!
What is it?
A
kotatsu
is
a
piece
of
furniture
from
Japan.
Its
a
1
table. When you first look at it, it
2
a normal table. Its a low and flat with four legs,
3
and its usually
wood.
But this table is also 4
keeping the legs and feet
warm. Under the top of the table there is an electric heater. A special kotatsu blanket is used with the table
for extra warmth.
So
a kotatsu is a
piece
of furniture that is
5
a table and also a heater.

Reading
and
Writing
1) Read the text. Write T (true), F (false), or DS (doesnt say) for sentences 17.
Water Mix-up by Robert Richardson
Last year I went to Malaysia on business. My hosts were very friendly and most evenings they took me
to different restaurants and ordered food for me. However, one evening I went out alone. I wanted to try
the local food. I found a restaurant with a wonderful aroma of spicy food so I decided to try it. Of course,
the menu was all written in Malaysian and I didnt understand anything.
The man at the next table was eating something interesting. I called the waiter, pointed, and made eating
gestures to show that I wanted the same thing. The waiter and the man at the next table laughed and I felt
happy. The waiter brought me the food, a fruit juice and a bowl of water.
The meal was excellent. The man next to me was eating with his right hand, so I did the same. When I
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needed to wash my fingers, I used the small bowl of water. Immediately the waiter came and brought me
a new water bowl. This happened several times. When it happened for the fifth time, he put the bowl on
my table with a bang.
I noticed that the man at the next table wasnt using the water to wash his fingers he was drinking it. I
felt very stupid. I was sorry that the waiter was angry, but I didnt know how to say that. I gave him
some extra money when I paid for my meal.
1 Robert went to the same restaurant.
2 His hosts usually chose his food.
3 When he went out alone he wanted European food.
4 He went to the restaurant because it was cheap.
5 He was happy when he ordered his meal.
6 He washed his fingers in the wrong bowl.
7 He didnt go to the restaurant again.
2) Read the text again and answer the questions.
Example When did Robert go to Malaysia? last year .
1 Why did Robert go to Malaysia?
.
2 Why didnt he understand the menu?
3 What

three

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table?

4 Which hand did he eat with?


.
5 How did he feel about his mistake?
.
3) Imagine you are the waiter in Water Mix-up. Write the same story from your
point of view. Write 80100 words.
3/1 /1
Vocabulary
1 Phrasal verbs Rewrite the sentences replacing the underlined words with it.
Example I made up the story. I made it up.
1 Put your book away.
2 Can you turn on the TV?
3 He turned up the music.
4 Take off your hat.
5 Put your jacket on.
2 Education Match 16 with af to complete the sentences.
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2
3

I learnt French at evening


Im studying maths at night

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.

4
5

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b
c
d
e
f

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classes
professor
department.
school
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3 Achievement Complete the dialogue with these words and phrases. There is one
extra phrase.
passed succeeded failed managed
to
achievement
give up
keep trying
Chris
How is your Italian course going?
Rich
Not bad thanks. I passed my exam last week. Hows your French course
going?
Chris
Terrible! I think I might 1
. Its very difficult for me.
Rich
Really? I thought you were enjoying it.
Chris
I
dont
know.
Ive
got
a
big
exam
next
week.
2
I
the practice test last week, so I dont feel very good
about it all.
Rich
But
exams
arent
the
only
important
thing.
3
I
understand most of an Italian film last night. It was
4
a great
.
Chris
Yes, I know youre right really. Ill 5
with my
French.

4 Music Complete the music word in each sentence.


Example Shes playing a Mozart s y m p h o n y with the orchestra.
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on the bus.
2 Last nights j
concert was great.
3 The guitar s
was excellent.
4 My favourite Beatles t
is Yesterday.
5 More than 40,000 people went to the rock concert in the s
last night.
Reading and writing
1) Read the text and answer the questions.
Two films, one love story
Before Sunrise (1995) and Before Sunset (2004) are two romantic dramas set in Europe. They
star Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy as Jesse and Celine. In Before Sunrise, the couple spend just
one day and night together. In Before Sunset, they have just one day.
In Before Sunrise, Jesse and Celine meet on a train. Jesse is going to Vienna to fly home to the
USA the next morning. Celine is returning to France after visiting Budapest. The couple start
talking, and Jesse convinces Celine to get off the train in Vienna. They spend their time walking
around the city exchanging their ideas and opinions about life. A romance develops between
them.
Vienna is an amazing location for the film and Hawke and Delpy are both excellent actors.
However, the best thing about Before Sunrise is the dialogue. The couple talk about everyday
topics, but their conversation is never boring.
In Before Sunset Jesse and Celine meet again nine years later in a bookshop in Paris. Jesse (now
an author) is talking about his book. Before Sunset is a good film, but it isnt as special as
Before Sunrise and the dialogue isnt as interesting. Before Sunrise is a more unusual film and
also much more magical. In fact, its one of the most romantic films you can see.

Example What kind of films are Before Sunrise and Before Sunset?
dramas
1 How long are the couple together in Before Sunrise?
2 How long are the couple together in Before Sunset?
3
4
5
6

Where does Jesse live?


Where does Celine live?
In Before Sunrise, where do Celine and Jesse meet?
In Before Sunset, where do the couple spend their day?

7 What does the writer like about Before Sunrise?


8 In Before Sunset, where do Celine and Jesse meet in Paris?
9 Which film does the writer prefer?
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romantic

2) Write a description of a film or book that you like. Include the information below.
Write 80100 words.
the setting and main characters
about the film or the book

how the story begins

the best thing

1 / 2 / 1
Vocabulary
1 Countries and government Match the definitions 16 with words af.
1 Conservative a
The city where the main political buildings are.
2 president b A country with no king or queen.
3 Socialist
c A head of state who is not a king or queen.
4 elections d The event when people vote to choose people in government.
5 republic
e A right-wing political party.
6 capital
f A left-wing political party.
2 Crime verbs Choose the correct word to complete the text.
Yesterday two men
robbed
a bank in the city centre.
They 1
the security guard and 2
one of the bank workers in the leg. The thieves 3
more than 10,000. Police have 4
one man who they believe is connected with the crime. One bank
worker said afterwards, I was terrified. I thought they were going to 5
someone.
Example a
1 a stole b
2 a kidnapped
3 a robbed b
4 a arrested
5 a steal b

stole b
hijacked
b
stole
b
arrest

robbed
c arrested
killed
c shot
attacked
c kill

d
c
d
c
d

c
attacked
attacked
murdered d
hijacked
hijacked
d
rob

shot

shot
kidnapped

3 Behaviour Order the letters to make words.


Example Miss Baxter is very ndriflye friendly . When I see her she always says
Good morning.
1 The people who live next door are very niyso
. They shout
all the time.
2 I think Mrs Veale asks too many personal questions. Shes very syno
.
3 The children at number 29 are terrible. Theyre really uynahtg
.
4 Mr Robson? Hes lovely. Hes very flhupel
if you have a
problem.
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5 A lot of the neighbours have cats. They often igtfh


its horrible.

at night

Reading and Writing


1 Read the emails. Write T (true), F (false), or DS (doesnt say) after sentences
110.
Dear Robin,
How are you? Im OK, but I could be better!
Heres the good news. Weve got a new dog! Hes called Henry and hes great! Hes full of energy and
really sweet, although he is a bit naughty too. Hes already eaten my shoes and ruined the garden!
Were getting lots of exercise taking him for walks every morning and evening.
And now the bad news Ive broken my foot. I was decorating the kitchen and stood on a chair to get
something. Henry came in the room and barked loudly. He surprised me and I fell off the chair!
It was such a stupid thing to happen and I couldnt believe it when the doctors said it was broken. It
was painful so I knew Id hurt it badly, but not so badly. Anyway, at least I dont have to go to work for
a month, so Ive got time to write letters to my friends!
Of course, I cant take Henry out for walks at the moment. Fortunately, Pauls very happy to do that.
The one thing he wont do, however, is finish decorating the kitchen. Did I tell you Pauls got a new
job? He was very unhappy in the old one very boring, too much work, and not enough money. He
actually enjoys going to work now!
So, what about your news? Hows everyone in your family these days? Last time you wrote you were
talking about studying Chinese. Have you started classes yet? Hows it going?
Love from Laura xx
PS My sisters going to have a baby next year. Im going to be an aunt! It feels brilliant!
PPS Do you fancy coming to stay for a weekend? I need visitors
1 Laura writes about good and bad news.
2 We (line 3) is Robin and Laura.
3 The dog is very young.
4 Laura doesnt like Henry.
5 Henry goes out for walks twice a day.
6 The kitchen chairs broken.
7 Lauras off work for a week.
8 Pauls taking Henry for walks.
9 Paul doesnt like his new job.
10 Lauras sisters having a baby in May.
2 You are Robin. Write a reply to Laura. Add news about yourself and people you
know. Write 80100 words.
2 / 2 / 1
Vocabulary
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1 Telephone words and phrases Use the words below to complete the phone
verbs.
off through
over up
through
back
Example Ive tried to call David about six times this morning, but I just cant get
through .
1 Listen, I know youre angry, but we need to talk. Simon, dont hang
, please! Hello?
2 Millies got some exciting news for you! Just a minute, Ill hand her
to you.
3 Hello, can you help me? I was talking to someone called Anne, but I got cut
.
4 Hello, could you put me
to the sales department
please? Thank you.
5 Im really sorry, but Im busy at the moment. Can I ring you
in five minutes?
2 Reporting verbs Match 16 with reported speech af.
1 Ill go, I promise. f
a He invited me to go.
2 Ill go, if you want.
b I refused to go.
3 You shouldnt go.
c She offered to go.
4 No, ok, I wont go.
d We advised them not to go.
5 No. Im absolutely not going.
e He agreed not to go.
6 Would you like to go?
f She promised to go.
3 Weather Choose the correct word to complete the weather forecast for the
coming week.
On Monday it will be dry in most parts of
the country, with just a few 1
in
the east. Tuesday will be wet everywhere in
the morning, with some very heavy 2
in the north. Overnight it will be
stormy, with 3
and lightning in
many places. Wednesday will be a better day.
The sun will shine in most places and it will
be 4
Unfortunately, the clouds
return on Thursday and Friday, and also very
strong winds. In fact, there will probably be 5
everywhere at the end of the
week, so stay at home if possible.

Example a
c
dry

heat wave b
d
gales

1 a floodsb showers c shining


2 a rain b blowing c mild
3 a pouring
b cloud
d thunder
4 a lightning b mild c freezing
5 a sun
b hot
c gales
blowing

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soaking
d windy
d cold
c snow
d wet
d

4 Packaging Match 16 with af to make the names of things you buy.


1 a tin of
a tomatoes
2 a jar of
b margarine
3 a tub of
c coffee
4 a tube of
d toothpaste
5 a pot of
e biscuits
6 a packet of
f yoghurt
Reading and writing
Read the emails and answer the questions below.
Hi Vernon,
You know those shoes I ordered on the Internet? Ive been having some problems and Id like
your advice.
I ordered size 39 and they arrived a few days later. I wore them to work and they seemed a bit
small. I checked the size they were size 38, not 39.
First, I sent an email to the company, but they didnt answer. Then I phoned the company. I
explained the situation and asked them to exchange the shoes for the correct size. They say they
cant because Ive worn them. Im so angry. Its their mistake, but they say its my fault. Ive
spent 60 on a pair of shoes I cant wear!
What do you think I should do? Should I make a complaint?
Bye for now,
Tess
PS Im going to local shops from now on!

Hi Tess,
Yes, you should definitely complain! The company made a mistake when they sent you the wrong
size. If I were you, Id write a letter. Its more formal than an email.
I know what you mean about using the local shops. But then I had a bad experience in the local
bookshop. Seems like you cant win wherever you shop these days! Good luck!
Vernon
Example
1
2
3
4

Where
did
Tess
on the Internet
What size shoes did she order?
What size shoes did she receive?
Where did she wear the shoes?
Why did she think the shoes felt small?
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buy

the

shoes?

5 What did she do before phoning the company?


6 Why wont the company change the shoes?
7 How much did Tess pay for the shoes?
8 Where will Tess shop in the future?
9 What does Vernon think Tess should do?
______
10In which shop did Vernon have a problem?
______
Imagine you are Tess. Write a letter of complaint to the shoe company in 90110
words.
3 / 2 / 1
Vocabulary
1 Travel problems Match 16 with af.
1 get
a your plane
2 run out of
b stopped for speeding
3 miss
c your way
4 lose
d an accident
5 have
e petrol
6 have
f a flat tyre
2 The street Complete the words in each conversation.
Example A
Well
never
get
across
B Theres a b r i d g e over there. Lets use that.
1A
The city is built on water, isnt it?
BYes. Our hotel was on a c
.
2A
Is there much traffic in the city centre?
BYes, but there are lots of p
streets.
3A
Oh, the last bus has gone. Shall we get a taxi?
BTheres a taxi r
over there. Come on.
4A
What do I do when I get to the c
?
BJust go straight on. Dont turn left or right.
5A
Excuse me! Is this the road to the station?
BYes, but theres a quicker way for bicycles. Take that p
goes straight to the station.

this

road!

3 Stories, books, fiction Read the descriptions and match them with books af.
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It

a romance
b
fantasy
c
western
d adventure e
science fiction
f
murder mystery
Example d Carl Heller is hunting for an ancient city in the jungle, when his
plane crashes.
1 ____ Three woman are dead. Detective Pearson must find the killer fast.
2 _____In a universe far away, an evil ruler plans to destroy other worlds from his
spaceship.
3 _____Its 1876. Ned and his young wife face many difficulties as their wagon
travels through the deserts of Arizona, USA.
4 _____A new doctor has just arrived at the hospital. Nina thinks shes falling in
love again.
5 _____A family spend a week in a remote house. Tim meets a mysterious man who
takes him to a magical world.
4 Wish, hope, be glad Complete the sentences with the correct form of wish, hope,
or be glad.
Example I m glad I work in a shop. I really like it.
1
2
3
4
5

Its raining! I
I had a car to drive you home.
Seths worried. He
hell find a job soon.
I
you enjoy the book. I thought it was great.
Now she
shed moved to the city.
I
I bought that new computer. My old one was so slow!

Reading
and
A website recommendation
Read the text. Choose the best title for each problem.
1 Too much sun
2 Not enough money

3
4

Writing

Insects bit me
A bad cold

Holiday Headaches
Are your friends going on holiday while youre still working? Dont worry, life isnt always easy when
youre on holiday! Here are some holiday stories to make you feel better.
A Hannah (19) My friend and I went to Venice, Italy for a week. Its a magnificent city, and we loved
the canals and enjoyed getting lost in all the beautiful back streets.
However, we ran out of money after three days. We had to leave our elegant hotel and stay in a really
cheap one. It was so frustrating not to be able to go shopping or eat in the nice restaurants. We just
ate pizza outside every day!
B James (30) I went to Malta for a week. The first day was great. I went to the beach and in the
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evening I ate some delicious food in a seafront restaurant. The next morning I woke up covered in
mosquito bites! They were so uncomfortable, and they were all over my face. I bought some insect
repellent for the next night. Ill take a mosquito net if I go again!
C Hugh (25) I did a really stupid thing when I was on holiday in Spain. I found a small, secluded beach
near the hotel, so I took my clothes off. I fell asleep without any sun block on. Of course, I got really
bad sunburn. My back and legs were incredibly red and sore. I had to spend the first few days inside
until my skin was better.
D Alice (33) I hadnt had a holiday for ages, so I was really excited about this holiday in Egypt. My
friend and I had planned lots of diving trips in the Red Sea. On the second day, I had a blocked nose.
I realized I was probably getting a bad cold. The next day I couldnt do any diving because I couldnt
swim underwater with my cold. I just lay on the beach rest of the week. I guess I caught it on the
plane.
2 Read the text again and answer questions 17.
Example How long did Hannah go to Venice for? a week
1 What did Hannah eat in Venice every day?
2 Where was James bitten?
3 What did James use on the second night?
4 What should Hugh have used on the beach?
5 Which word in Hughs story means painful?
6 What did Alice have on the second day?
7 Where does Alice think she got her cold?
Write a short story of a book or film you know, or invent your own. Write 90110
words.
2
1, 1 , 2 / ,
1. Insert articles. Provide translation of sentences into Russian.
1. He went back home with ... bitterness he had never known before. 2. This
thought gave him ... immense satisfaction. 3. She thought that Francis would give
her ... happiness Guy couldn't. 4. When I had received the invitation I felt ... certain
curiosity. 5. With ... mock gallantry he took her hand and leaned over to kiss it. 6.
There was ... guick, startled wonder in her eyes. 7. He was ashamed of ... harshness
that leapt to his tongue. 8. He rose from ... chair and stood by ... window in ...
agitated silence. 9. She went back to bed feeling ... curious emptiness. 10. He
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spoke with ... slow earnestness and his habitually solemn face had ... outraged
look. 11. I had ... terrible youth though my father was ... great man. 12. I feel ...
real fear as I watch Robert suffering. 13. I felt ... malicious delight at ... absurdity
of his position. 14. ... music and ... philosophy are like wine - they are intended to
enhance ... pleasure of being alive. 15. He spoke of it with ... boyish eagerness. 16.
His confession forced upon me ... truth that I had never permitted myself to see.
17. ... doubt is ... essence of ... excitement. 18. The woman was on her feet with ...
swiftness amazing in ... person of her age. 19. He enjoyed ... warmth of her
approval. 20. Dave played ... piano with ... peculiar delicacy.
2.
Translate
into
English.
1. ? . , . , .
.
. ,
.
2. , - .
3.

.
4. , .
5. .
6. ? , . .
?

.
7. - ? ,
.

.
8. . ? , .
? ?

.
9.

.
10. ,

3. Provide definitions and Russian equivalents


Malware, virus, software hole, system crash, rootkit
2, 1 , 2 / ,
1. Turn the following active constructions into passive, using it as subject wherever
necessary:
1. Somebody discovered that he had left for Europe two days before. 2. Someone
pointed out to us that the camp was deserted. 3. They expected that the Minister
would interview him. 4. The weather was warm and somebody suggested a walk to
the river. 5. They demanded that I should stay behind.
2. Use the required active or passive forms instead of the infinitives in brackets.
1. He (not to waste) time with foolish questions like why, when and where. He (to
do) as he (to tell). 2. Always a punctual woman, she (to come) downstairs as the
front door (to open) for Charles. 18. Some kind of public demonstration (to plan)
to take place at the airport tonight. 3. The flight (not to announce) yet. It (not to
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announce) for another half-hour, at least. 4. The message, as Tanya (to dictate) it,
(to type) by a girl clerk in New York. 5. She could tell by the inclination of his
head that he (to listen) intently to everything that (to say). 6. It (to be) an old house
that (to divide) into flats. 7. Julia cna't know what (to say) about her, and someone
must tell her. 8. Each apartment usually (to share) by two or three girls. They (to
know) as stewardess' nests. 9. Inez (to occupy) a chair in the room's centre to
which she (to guide) on arrival.
3. Explain the following notions, give Russian equivalents:
Search query, meta-search engine, keywords, clustering engine, directory.
3, 1 , 2 / ,
1. Put the verbs in the brackets into the appropriate form:
1. It had not yet occurred to her that she get money for the locket and ear-rings
which she with her. (may, to carry) (Eliot) 2. I thought you better sense (to have)
(Dreiser) 3. Sir Wilfrid knew, from the frequency with which she used her
handkerchief, that the tears down her cheeks, (to run) (Marryat) 4. She [Dinah]
hesitated no longer, but opening her own door gently, went out and tapped at
Hetty's. "I knew you not in bed, my dear," she said, (to be) (Eliot) 5. We came to
this part of the country in the hope that the bracing air a good effect upon him. (to
have) (Conan Doyle) 6. The door opened suddenly, and a young fellow came in,
with the air of one who the master, (to be) (Conan Doyle) 7. She clung to the
belief that he so fond of her that he not happy without her; and she still hugged
her secret that a great gentleman her. (to be, to be, to love) (Eliot)
2. Write Russian equivalents:
Web-based email accounts, voice attachments, junk mail
3. Answer the questions:
1. What is a blog?
2. What are the criteria to classify blogs?
3. Give examples of blogs to each criteria.
4. Which blogs do you use? If no, why?
5. Describe the features of your blog. What type is it?
1, 2 , 2 / ,
1 Supply the necessary forms for the verbs given in brackets
1. Bill, you're up to something. I wish I (to know) what it is. 2. Mel wished he (to
know) earlier what Tom had just told him. 3. He wished that it all never (to
happen) at all and that things (to be) as the once had been. 4. I wish I (to can) settle
down to something. 5. I wish I (to have) a jeep, that's all. 6. I wish I (to be) quite
sure that she is altogether honest. 7. "I wish I (to have) a cigarette. That's more
important to me just now," said Jack. 8. We wish to goodness the thing (can) be
patched up. 9. I wish you (to go) up and (to see) Willy. 10. I now began to wish
that I (not to take) Monty into my confidence. 11. I wished he (not to ask) that
question. 12. "Have you got my letter?" - "Yes. I wish you (not to write) it." 13.
She almost wished it (to be) an ordinary day and that there (to be) on such things
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as holidays. 14. I wish I (can) go round the world. 15. I wish you (to ask) her
question or two about her parents. 16. At the first sight of his host Andrew almost
wished he (not to come).
2. Give Russian equivalents to the following words: software programmer, network
administrator, helpdesk technician, geek
3. Provide notions to the definitions:
a computer user who needs the fastest and most powerful computers available
a person who designs and writes and tests computer programs
a computer user who uses the internet; someone who explores cyberspace
2, 2 , 2 / ,
1 Supply the necessary modal verbs in the gaps
1. Ted's flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He ___ be exhausted
after such a long flight.
2. The book is optional. My professor said we could read it if we needed extra
credit. But we _____ read it if we don't want to.
3. Susan ____ hear the speaker because the crowd was cheering so loudly.
4. The television isn't working. It ______ damaged during the move.
5. Kate: ______ hold your breath for more than a minute?
Jack: No, I can't.
6. You ______ be rich to be a success. Some of the most successful people I know
haven't got a penny to their name.
7. I've redone this math problem at least twenty times, but my answer is wrong
according to the answer key. The answer in the book _____ be wrong!
8. You ________do the job if you didn't speak Japanese fluently.
9. You ___________ worry so much. It doesn't do you any good. Either you get the
job, or you don't. If you don't, just apply for another one. Eventually, you will find
work.
10. You __________ be kidding! That can't be true.
2. Give Russian equivalents to the following words: web page, hyperlinks,
navigation/submit buttons, dynamic website
3. Translate into English:
, , , ,
2, 2 , 2 / ,
1 Use the required form of the infinitive. Insert the particle to where necessary.
1. It was a command from her mother, and there was nothing for her (to do) but
(to obey).
2. Id rather not (to go) home that way.
3. I think wed better (to go) and (to get) dry.
4. I stood by the door and watched him (to take) the drinks over to Wells.
5. Do you want (to write)? Of course. Then why not (to write) it?

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2 Open the brackets, using the gerund.


1. They tried to climb the mountain (to succeed in). 2. My friend felt thick during
the storm (To complain of). 3. She drinks gallons of medicine (to believe in). 4.
Uncle Fred is going to retire next year (to look forward). 5. Mother doesn't want to
move to a different district (not to think of). 6. Somebody ought to wash the tea
things (to see to). 7. He treats his sister badly (not to be ashamed of). 8. Kate
promised to buy some flowers for the occasion (to be responsible for). 9. She is
going to buy a new bag (not to agree to) 10. Harry regarded his fellow-passengers
with interest (to take to).
3. Explain and give russian equivalents:
target audience, a site map, navigational system, ecommerce shopping carts, SEO
4. Choose the best response for each one
1. I've been _____________________ websites for the past three years.
design
designing
designed
2. I don't like the _____________________ of this page. ( = the way things are
arranged)
overview
layer
layout
3. If you _____________________ some of the elements, it will look better.
remake
rearrange
reaffirm
4. I'll _____________________ this section.
redesign
design again
design anew
5. Corporate websites are often very complicated and _____________________ to
create.
take a lot of time
take much time
make a lot of time

/ ,
,
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.
,
21. 40 . :

61-70 ;
71-90 ;

91-100 .

1-2
XI. : Intermediate,
, 1-1,5 ,
(multiple choice) 5
XII.
English for IT 5
XIII. 10
XIV. 10
XV. 10



3
IX. 10
X.
10
XI.
(2000 )
XII.
(10 )

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( 10 )
1. ()
1
The people in my life
Greeting customs
Self-introduction
Country presentation
Schooldays
Education systems
Free time
Going out
Politics
Tips for tourists
2
Good fences make good neighbors
The person I really adore
Fashion
Changing lifestyle
Seasons
Climate in your region
Natural disasters
Shopping habbits
Travel problems
Travel tour
2. ()
1
1) Picture description
2) Object description
3) Speaking about feelings
4) Talking about achievements
5) Offering hospitality
6) Discussing preferences
7) Discussing news
2
1. Telling a story, being an interested listener
2. Speaking about personality and appearance
3. Job interview
4. Telephone conversation
5. At the shop-buying smth
6. Giving directions
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3.
1
1. Which buttons and areas does a typical window consist of?
2. What kind of computer do you have at home/in computer class?
3. What is UNIX?
4. What is the difference between GUI and CUI?
5. Speak on Windows OS
6. What kinds of applications do you know?
2
1. What services does a typical ISP provide?
2. What is the Internet?
3. What is the difference between LAN and WAN?
4. How can one set a connection to the Internet via dial-up?
5. What peripheral devices do you know?
6. What is a computer and what parts does a common PC have?
7. What is the difference between search engine and web browser?
3
1. What is a virus? Name types of viruses
2. What is antivirus software? Name its features
3. What is the difference between search engine and web-browser?
4. What should you pay attention to when searching the sites?
5. What is Wilfing?
6. What is E-mail spoofing?
7. Describe in brief: e-mail, blog, chat, forum, podcast, wiki, e-portfolio
4
1. How to search effectively: tips and tricks
2. Modern trends in web-design
3. Web page components
4. Web 2.0 technologies
5. SEO basic rules
6. SEO writing and its rules
7. Web-hosting
3-4 ( 20 )
1.
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Render into English
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,
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, .
, ,
, .
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2.
(10 ) 10 .
Translate into Russian
1. The director of information security at a large manufacturer of packaged foods
agrees. He says his company has been able to reduce the number of security
products his organization manages as Trend Micro has added features and
capabilities, such as client firewall management and spyware removal.
2. Often sharing or "liking" the content in question sends the attack out to contacts
through news feeds and status updates, propagating the scam.
3. Atomic Web Browser can optionally omit images to save bandwidth, identify
itself as various desktop browsers, let you customize the search engine, search for
text within a page, modify its buttons, and more.
4. A good part of your browsing day consists of a single task: searching the Web.
These three add-ons can help make searching in Firefox better, easier, and more
productive.
5. The development work we are doing with Nokia around navigation and
mapping is just starting now, and what we've been doing with Mango is almost
ready to be launched.
6. Its important that people do not allow distractions to get in the way when
surfing the internet, as it can affect productivity in the workplace and relationships
at home
7. With Feedly, you can create your own personalized online newspaper by
gathering stories and blog posts from news sources across the Web.
8. From the beginning, Johnson decided to encourage visitors to come into the
stores, check e-mail, video chat with family back home, or look up the menu for a
nearby restaurant.
9. Phishing messages usually appear to come from a large and well-known
company or Web site with a broad membership base, such as eBay or PayPal.
10. For whatever reason, there are people out there who have not only adopted
alternate identities, but have gone to extreme lengths to preserve or maintain them.

.
(10 )
1. 2-
/ 6 ):
(25 )
, , ;
,
;
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- (100-150 )

;
.
2. ( ,
, ) 2- .
3. (
) 2- .

1 :
1. S. Maugham The Moon and Sixpence; Cakes & Ale; - Novels, Biographical,
modern lit
2. E. Hemignway Farewell to Arms, For Whom the Bell tolls, - Modern
realistic literature
3. J.R.R. Tolkien - Hobbit, Lord of the Rings - Phantasy
4. Oscar Wilde The Importance of Being Earnest - comedy, farce; The Picture
of Dorian Gray - philosophical fiction
5. O'Henry Cabbages and Kings, Roads of Destiny, Heart of the West - short
stories: wit, wordplay, clever twist endings
6. Jack London The Sea Wolf; The Call of the Wild-adventure novels; Martin
Eden
7. Stephen King The Green Mile - magical realism
8. R L Stevenson The Black Arrow - historical adventure novel and a romance
9. Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility - romances
10.Charlotte Bront Jane Eyre, Emma, Wuthering Heights - romances
11.C. Dickens Great Expectations - Realistic fiction, social criticism; David
Copperfield, Oliver Twist, Nicholas Nickleby, Little Dorrit - personal
history, fiction, social criticism
12.Aldous Huxley Brave New World - Science fiction, dystopian fiction
13.Arthur Conan Doyle The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Sherlock
Holmes) - Detective fiction short stories
14.F. Scott Fitzgerald the Great Gatsby, Tender is the Night - Autobiographical
novels
15.J.D. Salingerthe Catcher in the Rye - novel: teenage confusion, angst,
alienation
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16.Jerome K. Jerome Three Men in a Boat - comedy


17.P.G. Wodehouse The Code of the Woosters; Carry on, Jeeves ; Right Ho,
Jeeves; My Man Jeeves; Very Good, Jeeves; Life with Jeeves - comedy,
romantic comedy
18.Mark Twain The Diary of Adam and Eve - comic short story
19.Isaak Azimov I, Robot ; The End of Eternity - science fiction
20.Walter Scott Ivanhoe; Rob Roy - historical novels; Waverley - the Jacobite
uprising of 1745; The Bride of Lammermoor - historical novel, a tragic love
affair; The Betrothed - tales of Crusaders
21.Margaret Mitchell Gone with the wind - historical novel
22.Mary Stewart The Merlin Series - historical novel&phantasy
23.Agatha Christie And Then There Were None, Murder on the Orient Express,
Hercule Poirot's Christmas, etc. - murder mystery, Thriller, Crime fiction,
Detective
2 :
1. Tom Stoppard "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" - Tragic comedy
2. J.Galsworthy "The Forsyte saga" - novel, the vicissitudes of the leading
members of an upper middle-class British family
3. Margaret Mitchell "Gone with the Wind" - historical novel
4. William Makepeace Thackeray "Vanity Fair" - novel, satirizing society in
early 19th-century Britain
5. William Golding "Lord of the Flies" - Allegorical novel; "Rites of Passage" Sea Trilogy; "The Double Tongue" - Psychological/Historical novel
6. Graham Greene "The End of the Affair" - the obsessions, jealousy and
discernments within the relationships between three central characters
7. John Fowles "The Magus" - an instant bestseller that was directly in tune
with 1960's 'hippie' anarchism and experimental philosophy, "The French
Lieutenant's Woman" - Romance novel, historical fiction, "The Ebony
Tower" - a collection of five short novels with interlacing themes, built
around a medieval myth,"A Maggot" - postmodern novel, "The Collector" Horror, Thriller, "Daniel Martin" - Englishness - what it is like to be English
in the late 20th century (c.)
8. John Steinbeck "Of Mice and Men" - tragic story, "The Grapes of Wrath" American realist novel, "East of Eden" - I think everything else I have
written has been, in a sense, practice for this (c.), "Cannery Row" - Regional
slice of life, "The Winter of Our Discontent" - examines moral decline in

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America, "the Wayward Bus" - financially more successful than any of his
previous works
9. Theodor Dreiser "An American Tragedy"-Crime; "Sister Carrie"-a young
country girl who moves to the big city where she starts realizing her own
American Dream; "Jennie Gerhardt"
10.James Joyce "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" - a heavily
autobiographical coming-of-age novel; "Dubliners" - a penetrating analysis
of the stagnation and paralysis of Dublin society
11.A.Burgess "A Clockwork Orange" - the dystopian satire; "Nothing Like the
Sun" - a fictional recreation of Shakespeare's love-life; "Honey for the
Bears" - British antique dealer Paul Hussey and his American wife Belinda
travel to Leningrad for a holiday; "Tremor of Intent" - an English espionage
novel
12.Kurt Vonnegut "Cats Cradle"; "Sirens of Titan", "Galapagos" - Satire,
Gallows humor, Science fiction
13.John Updike"Rabbit, Run" - five months in the life of a 26-year-old former
high school basketball player; "The Witches of Eastwick" - about female
power, a power that patriarchal societies have denied (c.);"Centaur" - the
relationship between the depressive Caldwell and his anxious son
14.J.R.R Tolkien "The Lord of the Rings" - an epic high fantasy novel

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1.
1. Organize a job interview with roles specified beforehand, record the interview
and put it into podcast.
2. Hold a debate online on the topic:Good fences make good neighbours.
3. Make a conference phone-call to the members of your mini-group to discuss the
plan of creating a web-site. You are to come to a conclusion concerning final
layout, navigation, number of pages and distribute the roles for further work.
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Determine Your Target Market
3. Website Development Plan Part 3
Determine the needs of your target market

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Navigation
List the pages by name and description that
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your Website.
b. Provide a list of Websites urls that have a
particular feature you would like to
incorporate in your Website include name
of the feature.
6. Marketing Your Website
Competitors
1. Create a list of all your Direct Competitors
(both internet and brick & mortar)
2. Create a list of the top 20 Search Engine
Competitors
- To compile list search popular browsers
such as Google using keywords you would
expect your customers to use if they wanted
to find your Website.
3. Create a list of companies selling the same
or similar products & services that you would
not consider Direct Competitors, but rather
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http://www.overture.com

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Follow the links to online media below to choose the article:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology/
http://news.cnet.com/
http://www.itworld.com/news
http://www.computerworld.com/
http://www.infoworld.com/news
http://www.itvarnews.net/
http://www.computerweekly.com/Home/
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Rules:
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news.
2. After you have read it, go to glossary "IT media corpus"
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entry"
4. In the field "Concept" write the name of the article.
5. In the field "Definition" paste: a) the text of the article; b) add horizontal line
pasting tag <hr/>; c) the most frequent key words. to do that go to the site
http://www.seotxt.com/service/optimizer/, in the field paste
the text of your article with the title and choose the following options: Dont
include words less than of three symbols, Dont include numbers, Dont include
noise words, Find 10 most frequent phrases/words, Look for phrases of no more
than 2 word; click "analysis", copy the result and paste it here.
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category
for
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post.
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appropriate field. Mind that sometimes the analasys can suggest words that are
spread in the text but don't convey much meaning. So you also choose the key
words
according
to
the
meaning
of
the
article
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English Pronunciation in Use / Mark Hancock. Cambridge University Press,
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Raymond Murphy. English Grammar in Use. Cambridge University Press
Murphy R. English Grammar in Use. Supplementary Exercises. Cambridge
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The Flat mates (BBC.co.uk)
English Pronunciation in Use Intermediate
www.esl-lab.com
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Window on Britain (with worksheets)
Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone
The Lion King
Queen Elizabeth
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http://www.oup.com/elt/global/products/result/engint/
Teachers Resources for Result
http://www.oup.com/elt/catalogue/teachersites/englishresult/?
cc=ca&selLanguage=en
General English Intermediate http://i.volsu.ru/moo
CompuTALK http://i.volsu.ru/moo
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http://i.volsu.ru/eportfolios
Computer Language Practice - www.english4it.com

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http://slovari.yandex.ru
Webster Dictionary
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