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Инструкция для работы с материалами Viewpoint 2.

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1. В разделе Vocabulary:

 выучить слова (фразы) с определениями на английском языке


 уметь правильно произносить слова из списка
 давать определения словам из списка
 называть слова к определениям данным преподавателями.

Рекомендация:

 используйте онлайн словарь:

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/ru/

https://www.macmillandictionary.com/

2. В разделе Grammar Practice:

 выполнить упражнения с учетом грам. правил, представленных в учебнике


 быть готовым объяснить на английском языке* выбор грамматического
явления во всех предложенных упражнениях.

3. В разделе Speaking Practice:

 быть готовым развернуто высказаться по предложенным темам, используя


лексику и грамматику учебника.

4. По завершению подготовки к пересдаче:

 зарегистрироваться на пересдачу
 в выбранный вами день зайти по ссылке Zoom
 подготовить к использованию материалы и удостоверение личности
(студенческий билет или паспорт).
VP 2.2 Vocabulary 19. give-and-take
Relationships 20. in this day and age
1. in-laws 21. last but not least
2. resentment 22. now and then
3. encouraging 23. pick and choose
4. isolated 24. sick and tired
5. immersed 25. slowly but surely
6. mandatory 26. sooner or later
7. substitute 27. stop and think
8. worrisome 28. ups and downs
9. sophisticated 29. wait and see
10. absorbed 30. pain and suffering
11. to benefit from 31. success or failure
12. to contend 32. at the end of the day
13. to enhance 33. in a word
14. to perceive 34. in the end
15. to pursue History
16. to inhabit 35. alliance
17. back and forth 36. contribution
18. above and beyond 37. dispute
38. empress 51. influential
39. pharaoh 52. insignificant
40. weapon 53. painstaking
41. ancestor 54. superficial
42. anthropologist 55. tantalizing
43. database 56. undisturbed
44. paleographer 57. apparent
45. papyrus 58. brief
46. ancient 59. conspicuous
47. charismatic 60. fleeting
48. courageous 61. gradual
49. distorted 62. immediate
50. groundbreaking 63. imperceptible
64. profound
65. rapid
66. striking
67. temporary
68. to decipher
69. to negotiate
70. to foresee
71. eventually
72. subsequent
73. to roll out a project
74. to sift
75. to sit alongside
Engineering wonders
76. agriculture
77. boundaries
78. caregiver
79. feat
80. forestry
81. mining
82. reluctance
83. skyscraper
84. steel
85. surgeon
86. warfare
87. artificial
88. concrete
89. ethical
90. fade-resistant
91. groundbreaking
92. hazardous
93. lifesaving
94. scratchproof
95. biomedical
96. civil
97. to accomplish
98. to assemble
99. to attempt
100. to deploy
101. to determine
102. to elevate
103. to erect 154. forgery
104. to maneuver 155. deception
105. to monitor 156. fraud
106. ahead of schedule 157. authenticity
107. to fall behind schedule 158. brushstroke
108. to get along with 159. carbon dating
109. in a short time frame 160. forger
Current events 161. handiwork
110. campaign 162. ownership
111. explosion 163. pigment
112. livelihood 164. techniques
113. oil spill 165. dishonesty
114. recovery 166. imminent
115. delegation 167. genuine
116. investigator 168. lighthearted
117. victim 169. lucrative
118. accuracy 170. notorious
119. airtime 171. perceive
120. myth 172. unethical
121. speculation 173. copycat
122. biased 174. fortunate
123. committed 175. high-resolution
124. conscientious 176. laborious
125. controversial 177. straightforward
126. distorted 178. uncommon
127. exaggerated 179. multi-spectral
128. extensive 180. to appreciate
129. fabricated 181. to apprehend
130. misleading 182. to collapse
131. rumored 183. to stockpile
132. satirical 184. to threaten
133. suspicious 185. to trace
134. trustworthy 186. to uncover
135. to arise 187. to turn back the clock
136. to escalate 188. to turn over a new leaf
137. to loot Psychology
138. to plummet 189. endeavor
139. to sue 190. capacity
140. to confirm 191. psychology
141. to deceive 192. evasive
142. to overstate 193. shallow
143. to prove 194. affectionate
144. to verify 195. vulnerable
145. to cause the explosion 196. adolescent
146. to consider legal actions 197. elusive
Is it real? 198. vehicular
147. arsenal 199. to persuade
148. dinosaur 200. to sob
149. debris
150. doomsayer
151. national grid
152. NASA
153. con artist
Speaking practice
1. Relationships
- What are the best ways to meet new people in this day and age?
- What are the pros and cons of online dating?
- What factors do you believe are most important to the success or failure of a
marriage?
- What are the most important questions for a couple to discuss before they become
husband and wife?
- What are the best ways to resolve conflicts in a marriage or relationship?

2. History
- Who are two people from history you would love to have dinner with?
- Do you feel it is important for people to know a lot about their country’s history?
Why or why not?
- To what extent do you believe that historical facts become distorted over time?
- How much do you know about your family’s history? Do you think it is important?
- What kind of citizen participation project would you most like to volunteer in? Why?

3. Engineering
- What skills are needed to become an engineer? Why?
- What kind of engineering seems most interesting to you? Why?
- What is the most impressive engineering feat in your country? Describe how it was
constructed?
- What gets in the way of solving engineering challenges: money, politics, lack of
technology, or something else?

4. Current events
- What news stories do people seem to be worrying about these days?
- How do you know if you can trust the accuracy of different news sources?
- Do you think news stories are often misleading?
- Do you think news stories are often fabricated? Can you think of any that have been
fabricated?

5. Is it real?
- What do you think about people who are convinced that civilization is about to end
and are preparing for survival?
- Some scientists say that a global disease pandemic is bound to happen at some
point. Do you agree? Why or why not?
- Would you buy a piece of art or design product you liked, even if you knew it was
fake?
- Do you think there will be more or less forgery in the art world in the future? Why?

6. Psychology
- What does the expression “Never judge a book by its cover” mean to you?
- How much do you think schools should take differences in brain development
between girls and boys into consideration?
- What are the differences between meeting someone online and meeting face-to-
face?
- How much do you trust your first instincts about people? Why?
Grammar practice
1. Unit 7, Lesson A, p. 156

2. Unit 7, Lesson B, p. 157

3. Unit 8, Lesson A, p. 158


4. Unit 8, Lesson A, p. 158

5. Unit 8, Lesson B, p.159

6. Unit 8, Lesson B, p. 159

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7. Unit 9, Lesson A, p. 160

8. Unit 9, Lesson B, p. 161

9. Unit 10, Lesson A, p. 162


10. Unit 10, Lesson A, p. 162

11. Unit 10, Lesson B, p. 163

12. Unit 11, Lesson B, p. 165