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Н.Н.

Зеркина
С.В.
Овчарова

АНГЛИЙСКИЙ С СЕРИАЛОМ
"ЭКСТРА"

Часть 1 (Эпизоды 1-16)

ENGLISH WITH
"EXTR@"

Part
I (Episodes 1-16)

Учебно-методическое
пособие
2-е издание, стереотипное

Москва
Издательство «ФЛИНТА»
2015
УДК 811.111(075.8)
ББК 81.2Англ-923
З57

Рецензент:
Белякова И.В., кандидат педагогическихнаук, доцент

Зеркина
Н.Н.

АНГИЙСКИЙ С СЕРИАЛОМ "ЭКСТРА" Часть 1 (Эпизоды

З57

1-16). ENGLISH WITH "EXTR@" PART I (Episodes 1-16) [Электронный


ресурс]:
учеб.-метод.пособие/Н.Н.Зеркина, С.В.Овчарова. –
2-е изд., стер.

–М.: ФЛИНТА, 2015. –


48с.
ISBN 978-5-9765-2416-3

Учебно-методическое пособие
является пособием-спутником к
английскому
обучающему
сериалу
"Extr@". Пособие
направлено
на
совершенствованиенавыков
иумений
аудирования, обогащение пассивного
словаря
и
развитие
культурологической компетенции
студентов.
Пособие
может быть
использовано
на
практических
занятиях, а так же для
организации самостоятельной работы студентов.

Пособие
предназначено
для
студентов вузов неязыковых
специальностей бакалавриата и магистратуры, а также
для

широкогокругалиц, изучающиханглийскийязык
на
начальном
этапе.

УДК 811.111(075.8)
ББК 81.2Англ-923

ISBN 978-5-9765-2416-3
©
Зеркина Н.Н., 2015

© Овчарова С.В., 2015

© Издательство «ФЛИНТА», 2015


CONTENTS

ОТ
АВТОРОВ
_______________________________________________________4
MODULE I. Episode 1 HECTOR’S ARRIVAL. Episode 2 HECTOR GOES
SHOPPING. ____________________________________________________________5
MODULE II. Episode 3 HECTOR HAS A DATE. Episode 4 HECTOR
LOOKS FOR A JOB._____________________________________________________8
MODULE III. Episode 5 A STAR IS BORN. Episode 6 BRIDGET WINS THE
LOTTERY.____________________________________________________________11
MODULE IV. Episode 7 THE TWIN. Episode8 THE LANDLADY’S
COUSIN.______________________________________________________________14
MODULE V. Episode 9 JOBS FOR THE BOYS. Episode 10 ANNIE’S
PROTEST._____________________________________________________________18
MODULE VI. Episode 11 HOLIDAY TIME. Episode 12 FOOTBALL
CRAZY._______________________________________________________________21
MODULE VII. Episode 13 A WEDDING IN THE AIR. Episode 14
CHANGES_____________________________________________________________25
MODULE VIII. Episode15 THE BOUNCER. Episode 16 UNCLE NICK._________28
LET’S GO SIGHTSEEING
___________________________________32
VOCABULARY _____________________________________________35
1, 2 HECTOR’S ARRIVAL. HECTOR GOES SHOPPING. _____________________35
3, 4 HECTOR HAS A DATE. HECTOR LOOKS FOR A JOB.___________________36
5, 6 A STAR IS BORN. BRIDGET WINS THE LOTTERY. ____________________37
7, 8 THE TWIN. THE
LANDLADY’S COUSIN. _____________________________38
9, 10 JOBS FOR THE BOYS. ANNIE’S PROTEST.___________________________39
11, 12 HOLIDAY TIME. FOOTBALL CRAZY. _____________________________40
13, 14 A WEDDING IN THE AIR. CHANGES. ______________________________41
15, 16 THE BOUNCER. UNCLE NICK._____________________________________42
GRAMMAR MODULE______________________________________43
APPENDIX _________________________________________________44
REFERENCES______________________________________________________47

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ОТ
АВТОРОВ

Обучающий
сериал
Extr@ -один
из самых
лучших
и
популярных
во
всём мире учебных
фильмов.
Это
современная разработка телевизионного
канала Великобритании
"Channel
4".
Большим
плюсом сериала
Extr@
является возможность его свободногодоступа в интернете.

Материал представлен
в виде комедийного
молодёжного
сериала,
где
много смешных моментов, его сюжет легкий и незамысловатый.

Разговорная
речь очень
простая и
вместе с тем, это
живой
британский
английский. Актёры
говорят четко, ясно
и
неторопливо. Сериал Extr@
сопровождается субтитрами, что значительнооблегчает процесс обучения.

Сериал
Extr@ может быть
использован
как для начального
уровня
изучения английского
языка, так и
для
обучения английскому, как второму
иностранному
языку. Сериал состоит
из
более чем 30 эпизодов
по
24-25
минут.

Структура пособия
обеспечивает контроль
понимания содержания
сериала.

Пособие состоит
из
модулей
(MODULE), каждый
из которых
имеет
следующую
структуру:
допросмотровые задания
BEFORE YOU WATCH,
просмотровые задания
WHILE YOU WATCH и
после просмотровые
задания
AFTER YOU WATCH.

Помимо
обучающих
задач, авторы
пособия ставят задачу
развития

культурологической
компетенции
студентов.
С этой
целью
в пособие

включены
разделы
BACKGROUND INFORMATION и
LET’S GO

SIGHTSEEING, которые
знакомят студентов с достопримечательностями

Лондона, а так же
историей
и
культурой
Великобритании, акцентируют

внимание студентов на наиболее важных, ценных


фактах
и
моментах

британского общества.

С целью
обеспечения дополнительных
возможностей
организации

урока, в пособие включены


GRAMMAR MODULE и VOCABULARY.

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MODULE I

Episode 1 HECTOR’S
ARRIVAL

Episode 2 HECTOR GOES SHOPPING

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. to share a flat 14. to keep the secret
2. a neighbour 15. to do the shopping
3. to fancy smb. 16. to have a cold
4. to arrive from\ in\at 17. a shopkeeper
5. a penpal 18. a customer
6. to stay at 19. to do smth. online
7. handsome 20. to buy smth.
8. to relax 21. to look like smb.
9. to be polite 22. to try smth. on
10. old-fashioned 23. a trendy outfit
11. to teach smb. English 24. to order smth.
12. a joke 25. expensive
13. a servant 26. to feel awful
2. Choose five words or word combinations you most need to know
and use them in sentences of your own.
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II. WHILE YOU WATCH
Watch the video and put the sentences in the order you hear them.
He is so old-fashioned.
That’s the way it is until Bridget
gets a letter from Argentina.
Well, how do you know I have a cold?
I would like a pair of trousers, please.
Oh, it’s all right. I’ll
do
it
online later.
But, Bridget, you are so
busy. I’ll take him
shopping.

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test №1

(episode 1, episode 2)

1. Bridget and Annie … a flat.


a) show b) share c) change
2. Nick fancies …
a) Annie b) Bridget c) both Annie and Bridget
3. On Friday Annie andBridget expected for …
a) Nick’s arrival
b) Charley’s
arrival
c) Hector’s arrival
4. Hector is Bridget’s

a) pen pal b) friend c) neighbour
5. Hector looked … in
his
pajamas.
a) good b) handsome c) awful
6. Hector came to England … .
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a) to learn English b) to find friends c) to get a job
7. Bridget and Annie like Hector because … .
a) he is rich b) he is like Ricky Martin c) he is old-fashioned
8. … wanted to go shopping for Hector.
a) Nick b) Annie and Bridget c) Nick, Annie and Bridget
9. Annie imagined Hector wearing …
a) biker’s clothes
b) designed clothes
c) cowboy’s
clothes
10. There was … in the street
of London.
a) a double-decker b) a bus c) a trolley-bus
11. Hector has got … at home.
a) an expensive car b) servants c) an expensive car and servants
12. Mother’s present
for Bridget is …
a)a hat b) a dog c) a cat
13. Nick
plays tricks
on Hector because … .
a) Hector called
him
butler b) he doesn’t like Bridget
to fancy Hector
c) Hector lives in a museum with 20 bedrooms
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

IV. BACKGROUND INFORMATION


1. Work with a partner. Choose one of the topics and find information
about the matter.
1) Bonfire Night.
2) The Tower of London
3) The Nelson’s Column
4) Black Caps
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2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow instructions in
APPENDIX
MODULE II

Episode 3 HECTOR HAS A DATE

Episode 4 HECTOR LOOKS FOR A JOB

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. to have a date 16.exciting
2. to check the emails 17.good-looking
3. to be on the internet 18.a job vacancy
4. to get a boyfriend 19.a waiter
5. a reply 20.to set the table
6. horrible 21.a nickname
7. arrogant 22.to get a promotion
8. weird 23.to work as
9. gorgeous 24.a main course
10.to smell a rat (idiom) 25.a menu
11.to receive a message 26.delicious
12.to attach the photo 27.divine
13.to wish luck 28.to prepare\ serve a dinner
14.to stick to the script 29.to spend money on smb.
15.to look for a job or smth.
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2. Choose five words or word combinations you most need to know
and use them in sentences of your own.
II. WHILE YOU WATCH
Watch the video and put the sentences in the order you hear them.
Finding girlfriends on the internet is so easy.
Will you spray my plant for me, please?
What am I going to wear? What are you going to wear?
Dream date, make my dream come true!
Your eyes are blue, like the ocean.
The coolest stuntman in the world!

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test №2

(episode 3, episode 4)

1. Hector wanted … for breakfast.


a) corn flakes b) hot boiled eggs c) hot broiled eggs
2. Annie got the second reply on the internet from a taxidermist
who was

a) arrogant b) horrible c) weird
3. The Garden Romance is … .
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a) a plant
food
b) Annie’s
garden
spray c) Bridget’s perfume
4. Nick says that it’s important for getting a girl-or boyfriend on the internet
a) how you write b) what you write c) whom you write
5. Hector’s washing for Bridget wasn’t a success
because … .
a) his T-shirt was red-coloured
b) he did washing at “very hot” c) he did
washing at “cold”
6. Nick had … .
a) one girlfriend b) hundred girlfriends c) none of the girlfriends
7. Beautiful
girls smell
of … .
a) sweet b) sweat c) sweater
8. The best job for Hector is … .
a) a cook b) a launderette assistant c) a waiter
9. … sent new dresses for Annie and Bridget.
a) Howard b) Nick c) Hector
10. Howard wants to
talk to Bridget about … .
a) their
dinner
tonight
b) Bridget’s promotion
c) Bridget’s dress
11. Nick, Hector andAnnie don’t like Howard
because of … .
a) his nickname b) his manners c) his nickname and manners
12. In Nick’s opinion girls
like … .
a) fast cars, money and dancing b)expensive cars, money and dancing
c)fast cars, money and flowers
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

IV. BACKGROUND INFORMATION


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1. Work with a partner. Choose one of the topics and find
information about the matter.
1) UK Metric System of Measurement
2) Big Ben
3) English Meals
4) Famous Britons
1. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow instructions in
APPENDIX
MODULE III
Episode 5 A STAR IS BORN
Episode 6 BRIDGET WINS THE LOTTERY

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. to have a privacy 11. to melt smb’s heart
2. to be on television 12. The way to the heart is
3. to watch the advert for smth. through the stomach.
4. to get a part in smth. 13. a dessert
5. in front of the huge audience 14. a taste of paradise
6. to be crazy about smth. 15. to solve the problems
7. to be a superstar 16. a change in carrier
8. to co-star with smb. 17. lucky
9. a studio 18. to win a lottery
10. favourite 19. to get excited
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20. to keep calm 25. to disappear
21. a luxury 26. to
be claimed by … o’clock
22. a charity 27. trouble
23. to resign 28. to be turned upside down
24. to lose the ticket
2. Choose five words or word combinations you most need to know
and use them in sentences of your own.
II. WHILE YOU WATCH
Watch the video and put the sentences in the order you hear them.
Chocolate so smooth
it will melt a beautiful lady’s heart.
Great. It’s like Piccadilly Circus here on a Friday night.
I don’t need
15 million quid.
What do you mean, they’re not winning
numbers?
This shirt? What
is wrong with the colour? What’s wrong with
yell…
But of course I will give a lot of money to charity.

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
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Test № 3

(episode 5, episode 6)

1. There are many crazy phone calls and names in … apartment.


a) Nick’s
b) Bridget’s
c) Hector’s
2. Bridget wants Hector … .
a) to pay his bills b) to knock on the door c) to make a big exit
3. Annie’s favourite advert
is an advert for … .
a) chocolate mousse b) popcorn c) Chunky Chunks
4. Nick says that he co-starred with …
.
a) Robert De Niro b) Steven Spielberg c) Russell Crowe
5. The things washed
by Annie with
… are still dirty.
a) ordinary washing powder b) new ZAP and ordinary washing powder c)
new ZAP
6. Rock Thrust
is … .
a) a stranger who called Annie b) Nick’s
favourite TV-star
c) Nick’s
nickname
7. … helps Bridget to keep calm.
a) Brushing hair
100
times
b) Cushion’s special order
c) Yoga
8. Nick met Emily … .
a) at the traffic Lights b) at the CD-shop
c) at Leo’s café
9. This day is a lucky day for … .
a) Nick b) Bridget c) Nick and Bridget
10. Hector has taken
… from the board.
a) the blue ticket b) the yellow ticket c) the lucky little ticket
11. Bridget won the Lottery and wanted to … .
a) disappear b) finish c) resign
12. Today … will
have a change in career.
a) Leo b) Taurus c) Cancer
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

IV. BACKGROUND INFORMATION


1. Work with a partner. Choose one of the topics and find
information about the matter
1) The System of Government in Great Britain
2) Piccadilly Circus
3) Great British Actors & Actresses
4) UK Money
2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow
instructions in APPENDIX.
MODULE IV
Episode 7 THE TWIN
Episode 8 THE
LANDLADY’S COUSIN

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. to treat smb. like a baby 3. a twin
2. to have fun 4. to share everything
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5. to borrow smb. clothes
6. to be in a strange mood
7. to be confused in smth
8. to miss smb
9. to practice for the part as a
doctor
10.a white coat
11.to hurt smb.
12.a patient
13.an accident
14.to have good reflexes
15.to give an injection
16.an emergency
17.to have a temperature
18.a tenant
19.a rent
20.a shelf
21.a TV bench
22.lacquered
23.to read an instruction
24.a box
25.to build smth.
26.to take out smth.
27.to put smth. on
28.to be in trouble
29.to straighten smth.
30.to measure the distance
31.to hold smth.
32.to tighten the screws
33.to be exhausted
34.to get rid of smb.
2. Choose five words or word combinations you most need to know
and use them in sentences of your own.
II. WHILE YOU WATCH
Watch the video and put the sentences in the order you hear them.
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I think there’s something wrong with the audience.
Now, I must give you an injection.
My mother thinks I am ten years old.
The timber shelves in clear lacquered beech veneer…
I’ve eaten a hedgehog. I’ve gone to the moon.
I’m
Mountain, your new landlady.

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test № 4

(episode 7, episode 8)

1. … mother doesn’t
understand her.
a) Chrissy’s
b) Hector’s
c) Bridget’s
2. Chrissy has … Bridget’s clothes.
a) bought b) borrowed c) shared
3. Nick wanted
to treat … .
a) his back b) Bridget like a baby c) Hector by giving injections
4. Chrissy has
known from … that Hector is rich.
a) Nick b) the magazine c) Bridget
5. Annie doesn’t notice Hector because … .
a) she fancies Nick b) she is in a strange mood c) she hates Hector
6. Hector is confused in … .
a) his roles b) twins c) magic boxes
7. Women love … .
a) patients b) actors c) doctors
8. Nick’s rule number one for building
new shelves
sounds like this: … .
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a) always read the instructions b) never read the instructions
c) first open box A
9. The last rule of the landlady’s cousin for the girls-tenants
is:
… .
a) no pets, no parties, no visitors b) no boys from next door c) no underwear
on the radiator
10. Nick can’t dance with Eunice Mountain anymore because … .
a) he stood on the hedgehog without shoes b) he has eaten a hedgehog
c) she’s
just
not Nick’s type
11. Eunice Mountain
sings
karaoke like … .
a) a rhinoceros b) a toad c) a tarantula
12. Put
the shelf … the wall!
a) against b) between c) on top of
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

IV. BACKGROUND INFORMATION


1. Work with a partner. Choose one of the topics and find
information about the matter.
1 British Museums & Galleries
2 English Character
3 Holidays in Great Britain
4 Traffic in London

2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow


instructions in APPENDIX.
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MODULE V

Episode 9 JOBS FOR THE BOYS


Episode 10 ANNIE’S PROTEST

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. to do a research\ an
interview for
2. boring
3. famous
4. a TV reporter\ journalist
5. an audition
6. to be impressed with smth.
7. a masterpiece
8. to be mysterious
9. to trust smb.
10.to tell the truth
11.an editor
12.ridiculous
13.to
be in
one’s
blood
14.to learn lines
15.to save the animals
16.to look after smb.
17.to make a decision
18.important
19.to experiment on animals for

make-up

20.a cosmetic factory


21.to keep smb. safe
22.to suffer from smth.
23.dreadful
24.a scientist
25.cruelty
26.sympathetic
27.unfair
28.to be worth smth
29.an animal sanctuary
30.to fight against smb.
31.a motto
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2. Choose five words or word combinations you most need to know
and use them in sentences of your own.
II. WHILE YOU WATCH
Watch the video and put the sentences in the order you hear them.
I have some exciting news for him.
To be or not to be, that is the question
He is going to be a famous news reporter, so
there’ll
be no
room for little old you.
I’m having lunch with guess who.
Tonight this little lady’s going
to shine.
I want you to
go
straight to Garrier’s cosmetic factory.

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test № 5

(episode 9, episode 10)

1. Bridget
is a researcher for Channel 9 and all
she talks about is … .
a) cheeky boys b) Versace tights c) sweet stars
2. The boys of the England football team talk about … .
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a) football b) training c) fashion
3. Shakespeare’s masterpiece “Hamlet” tells
us about … .
a) love, madness and murderer b) love, madness and murder c) love,
accident and murder
4. Eunice Mountain is a new editor. She is
always … .
a) right b) wrong c) angry
5. With Nick’s school for TV-reporters you need … .
a) to be talented b) to be mysterious c) to be a beautiful woman
6. Eunice Mountain … Hector as a reporter.
a) didn’t love b) loved
c) congratulate
7. Annie wants … the animals.
a) to own b) to stole c) to save
8. Bridget
… David
Beckham and Madonna.
a) read about b) met c) had lunch with
9. Mr. Garrier is … .
a) a scientist b) the owner of Channel 9 c) a leader of the protesting people
10. Hector made … interview at Garrier’s
factory.
a) a sympathetic b) an unfair c) a fair
11. The guinea pigs had a lovely time … .
a) with Annie and Ziggy b) in the animal sanctuary c) with Nick
12. The new motto of Channel 9 is … .
a) animals are not for make-up b) say no to animal cruelty
c) animals are human
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

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IV. BACKGROUND INFORMATION
1. Work with a partner. Choose one of the topics and find
information about the matter.
1 The British are Animal Lovers
2 British Economy Today
3 Cinemas & Theatres in London
4 The Museum of London

2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow


instructions in APPENDIX.
MODULE VI
Episode 11 HOLIDAY TIME
Episode 12 FOOTBALL CRAZY

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. to need a holiday 6. on the ski slope
2. to choose a destination 7. to be fed up
3. to go on holiday 8. to travel by plane\ train\ car
4. suntan 9. a guide
5. on the beach 10. to translate for smb.
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11. to give smb. a direction
12. to do a final check
13. to give smb. a hand with
smth.
14. a ticket
15. typical
16. hospitality
17. traditional
18. to reserve a table
19. clothes for all events
20. a match
21. a semi-final between smb.
22. a team
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.

World Cup
a kickoff
to win smth.
to beat smb.
a striker
to get through the defence
a supporter\fan
a score\to score
a goal
to watch the match on video
a rival
to have the ball

2. Choose five words or word combinations you most need to know


and use them in sentences of your own.
II. WHILE YOU WATCH
Watch the video and put the sentences in the order you hear them.
We all need a holiday.
Typical Spanish hospitality.

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You can be our guide.
Annie, have I done something wrong?
Have you ever thought about getting married?
It’s the semi-final. England versus Argentina!

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test № 6

(episode 11, episode 12)

1. Where does Nick meet girls on holiday? -… .


a) in the bar b) on the beach c) on the ski slope
2. Bridget would love to go … .
a) to Las Vegas b) to Cape Town c) anywhere
3. Nick wants to try out his Chat-up lines
… .
a) with Hector b) on Hector c) with Spanish girls
4. Spanish waitress
didn’t want to
speak with
visitors
because her boyfriend
a) did like her hair b) didn’t
like her hair
c) has
left her
5. In Spain
the travellers visited a traditional … .
a) English bar b) English tearoom c) Spanish bar
6. Bridget
has brought enough … for all events.
a) money b) dresses c) clothes
7. Nick doesn’t change his lucky
World Cup pants when the World Cup is
a) off b) on c) over
8. Nick was … to
go
to
the audition in Birmingham.
a) not pleased b) pleased c) happy
9. Argentina didn’t win
the semi-finalbecause … .
a) its
defence was
poor
b) it didn’t well enough
against England
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c) its strikers didn’t score
10. Annie and Bridget promised Nick
not to … .
a) laugh b) look too sad c) tell him the score
11. Annie hasn’t spoken to Hector … .
a) for days b) two days later c) for two days
12. The match between Spain and England in the World Cup final ended
with the score … .

a) 1 : 0 b) 0 : 1 c) 1 : 2
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

IV. BACKGROUND INFORMATION


1. Work with a partner. Choose one of the topics and find
information about the matter.
1 Sports in Great Britain
2 A Tourist Map of London
3 The Best Way to Travel
4 Hyde Park

2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow


instructions in APPENDIX.
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MODULE VII
Episode 13 A WEDDING IN THE AIR
Episode 14 CHANGES

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. to get married 16. to get the chance
2. a bride 17. to get boring
3. a bridesmaid 18. to continue the relationship
4. a bridegroom 19. to have a lot of anger
5. the best man 20. to work on inner calm
6. a wedding 21. to fail in smth.
7. to be single 22. to realize smth.
8. to have luck with smb. 23. to change smth. into smth.
9. a honeymoon 24. a royalty
10. to drive smb. mad 25. to behave (badly)
11. to cancel smth. 26. to pretend to be smb.
12. a sacrifice 27. obvious
13. a stag night 28. to be rude to smb.
14. to celebrate 29. to learn beautiful manners
15. a marriage row
2. Choose five words or word combinations you most need to know
and use them in sentences of your own.

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II. WHILE YOU WATCH
Watch the video and put the sentences in the order you hear them.
What do you expect from Spanish men?
This wedding is a nightmare.
But
now he wears a fireman’s uniform.
I look 45 years old.
She is so clever, so kind, so happy!
You have a lot of anger in there.

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test № 7

(episode 13, episode 14)

1. Bridget
is always … .
a) the bridesmaid b) the bride c) the sacrifice
2. The bridegroom has a best man who
must
be … .
a) funny b) impossible c) responsible
3. … is
only one good
thing for Nick about
getting married.
a) Love b) The honeymoon c) The stag night
4. At 5 p.m. Hector is supposed to be … .
a) at Leo’s café b) at Heathrow c) in
both places at once
5. Hector didn’t
get
the chance to tell his
mother that
… .
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a) he haven’t
booked
Westminster Abbey b) the wedding was cancelled c)
the
wedding dress wasn’t bought
6. Mrs. Romero keeps … Annie.
a) interrupting b) interfering c) entertaining
7. Bridget is changing Nick into … .
a) the slave b) the perfect boyfriend c) the slave and the perfect boyfriend
at once
8. Nick need acupuncture to … .
a) feel that anger go b) continue the relationship with Bridget c) work on
his inner calm
9. That’s all
about Annie: she is
… .
a) rich, from a good family b) clever, kind c) poor, silly
10. Annie is going to
pretend
to … .
a) eat meat b) be a Princess Caroline of Monaco c) be the perfect girlfriend
11. Mrs. Romero’s friends Liz and Phil are from … .
a) the family of beauty b) the royal family c) the typical English family
12. GM protest means … .
a) Great Men b) Gorgeous Men c) genetically modified
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

IV. BACKGROUND INFORMATION


1. Work with a partner. Choose one of the topics and find
information about the matter
1 Wedding superstitions

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2 Royal Style and Titles
3 Ladies & Gentlemen
4 Covent Garden

2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow


instructions in APPENDIX.
MODULE VIII

Episode 15 THE BOUNCER

Episode 16 UNCLE NICK

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. to desperate for a job 11.to look for trouble
2. a tough guy 12.to let smb. in
3. to have a tattoo 13.to be scared of smth.
4. a bouncer 14.to have the situation
5. to throw people out of under control
the nightclub 15.to take control of smb.
6. to cause trouble 16.to arrange smth.
7. to be on the guest list 17.a fake
8. exclusive 18.to be on duty
9. confidential 19.to be fired
10.a wimp 20.to stay with smb.
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21.noisy 26.a yuck
22.to revise smth. 27.to have enough of smb.
23.to play games 28.to run off
24.a mess 29.to turn smth. into smth.
25.to ruin smth

2. Choose five words or word combinations you most need to know


and use them in sentences of your own.
II. WHILE YOU WATCH
Watch the video and put the sentences in the order you hear them.
I’ve removed the splinter.
I love mixing with the stars.
It’s someone who
throws people out of nightclubs.
Victoria’s au pair has run
off with
the postman.
Why is Hector hanging out of the window?
This must be so much trouble for you!

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test №
8

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(episode 15, episode 16)

1. Annie wants Hector to be ... .


a) more macho b) a wimp c) the way he is
2. A bouncer is a man … .
a) who looks for trouble b) who throw people out of the night club c)whose
name is on the guest list
3. On the door at Ice Nickhad … .
a) nice Muscles b) a nickname Muscles c) Muscles and Knuckles to back
him up
4. Bouncer of the month … .
a) stopped 955 people b) fought 955 people c) let in 955 people
5. Hector has
done a fake instead tattoo because he … .
a) doesn’t
like Annie b) was joking
c) he is scared
of
needles
6. Bridget was very impressed as … .
a) J-Lo is coming next week b) Nick had everything under control c) Nick
was fired
7. Victoria Yallop wanted Nick
to …her son.
a) expect b) look after c) to go out with
8. That day they had
so much trouble with … .
a) Annie’s exams
b) the penguin at the zoo
c) a 7-year-old boy
9. Lucas likes
playing … most of all.
a) tricks b) games c) violin
10. Lucas
is always … .
a) noisy b) a yuck c) hungry
11. Victoria’s au pair has run off with … .
a) the postman b) the window cleaner c) George Ducas
12. To be a good news reporter you
have to do … exactly as Hector does.
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a) anything b) everything c) something
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

IV. BACKGROUND INFORMATION


1. Work with a partner. Choose one of the topics and find
information about the matter.
1 St. Paul’s Cathedral
2 London Parks
3 Schooling and Up bringing in Great Britain
4 The Harrods

2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow


instructions in APPENDIX.
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“When a man is tired of London,
he is tired of life ”

Dr. Johnson,
a famous English writer

LET’SGO
SIGHTSEEING

Look at the pictures. Imagine you are a guide.


What can you tell us about these sights?

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VOCABULARY

1, 2 HECTOR’S ARRIVAL. HECTOR GOES SHOPPING

The Verbs
to be
to have
to get
to call
to arrive
to forget
to touch
to be going to
to buy
to teach
to look like
to hide
to have a cold
to go shopping
to sell
to try on
The Nouns
a flat
a neighbor
a message
a bill
a penpal
a rule
clothes
a butler
an oven
a servant
a landlady
a shopkeeper
a customer
a quantity
a dozen
a size
a tin
The Adjectives
tall
handsome
rich
strange
funny
polite
old-fashioned
hot
spare
awful
busy
careful
designed
cool
trendy
expensive
silly
MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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3, 4 HECTOR HAS A DATE. HECTOR LOOKS FOR A JOB.

The Verbs
to bet
to do washing
to spray
to look for
to change
to smell
to glue
to wait for
to work as
to set
to send
to serve
to invite
to wear
to prepare
to suit
to keep
The Nouns
a plant
an exercise
a reply
a food
a perfume
a dancing
a script
a trick
a job
a vacancy
a stuntman
a waiter
a launderette
a nickname
a promotion
a course
a dish
The Adjectives
arrogant
weird
horrible
fast
gorgeous
sweet
soft
hard-boiled
delicious
good-looking
clever
lovely
beautiful
exciting
empty
responsible
easy
MY MINI-DICTIONARY
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5, 6 A STAR IS BORN. BRIDGET WINS THE LOTTERY

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


to pay an apartment stupid
to knock on a privacy crazy
to melt an advert simple
to watch an audience favourite
to cook a taste huge
to star a dessert stormy
to chase washing powder dead
to wash a stomach dirty
to solve a weather smooth
to take off a career wonderful
to pick a colour ordinary
to win a lottery special
to resign a ticket luxury
to disappear news lucky
to guess prize money exotic
to loose a cleaner wrong
to claim a trouble irresistible
MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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7, 8 THE TWIN. THE LANDLADY’S COUSIN

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


to treat a twin incredible
to practice a part comfortable
to hurt a patient muscular
to borrow an accident strong
to travel an injection kind
to date a luggage different
to apply an emergency same
to owe a cousin temporary
to dare a tenant private
to put up a charge correct
to straighten a shelf loud
to measure an instruction straight
to get rid of a box sad
to tighten a piece exhausted
to build a screw happy
to discover a rent
an energy
messy
painful
MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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9, 10 JOBS FOR THE BOYS. ANNIE’S PROTEST

The Verbs
to laugh at
to marry
to kill
to die
to reveal
to trust
to dash
to perform
to interfere
to stole
to happen
to protest
to suffer from
to fight against
to use
to fire
to mention
The Nouns
a researcher
a reporter
an audition
a camera
a masterpiece
an interview
an editor
an experience
a disaster
a congratulation
an animal
an experiment
a make-up
a scientist
a cruelty
a fault
a motto
The Adjectives
cheeky
boring
famous
snuggly
normal
mysterious
perfect
strange
angry
ridiculous
surprised
pretty
important
poor
sympathetic
fair
proper
MY MINI-DICTIONARY
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11, 12 HOLIDAY TIME. FOOTBALL CRAZY

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


to adore
to be off
to beat
to break
through
to choose
to cost
to go out
to last
to leave
to play
to promise
to reserve
to score
to support
to translate
to try out
to win
a beach
a check
a defence
a destination
a direction
a goal
a guide
a holiday
a hospitality
a luggage
a match
a passport
a penalty
a plane
a rival
a semifinal
a striker
a team
a ticket
a train
an event
able
childish
dangerous
fed up
furious
gentle
natural
obvious
pleased
reserved
romantic
sensitive
sophisticated
traditional
typical
MY MINI-DICTIONARY
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13, 14 A WEDDING IN THE AIR. CHANGES

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


to behave
to book
to cancel
to care about
to celebrate
to continue
to decide
to drive
to enjoy
to escape
to expect
to face
to fail
to introduce
to join
to kiss
to let
to look after
to party
to pretend
to realize
to reflect
to rescue
to snog
to wonder
a best man
a bride
a bridegroom
a bridesmaid
a calm
a chance
a courtesy
a feast
a honeymoon
a marriage
a hunk
a luck
a manner
a menu
a nightmare
a plenty
a pressure
a
relationship
a respect
a row
a royalty
a sacrifice
a slave
a stag night
a temper
a venues
a wedding
a wife
an
acupuncture
an anger
an outfit
accurately
cute
decent
deep
different
fab
impossible
inner
late
married
odd
rude
single
talented
unusual
vain
MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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15, 16 THE BOUNCER. UNCLE NICK.

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


to arrange
to brush
to cause
to comb
to come in
to come off
to desperate for
to evaporate
to feel
to find out
to give
to go in for
to hang out of
to let smb in
to lick off
to look at
to notice
to remove
to revise
to ruin
to run off
to show
to shut down
to stay with
to throw smb
out of
to turn smth
into
to vanish
a ball
a bouncer
a brick
a cleaner
a control
a couple
a crowd
a deal
a door
a duty
a fake
a game
a guest
a guy
a hug
a macho
a makeover
a meat
a mess
a movie
a needle prick
a newsreader
a nightclub
a paper
a postman
a situation
a sound
a splinter
a stuck
a tattoo
a tooth
a turn
a twister
a wimp
a window
a yuck
a zoo
an actress
an attitude
an au pair
an exam
an executive
an underpants
scared of
scary
tough
entry
exclusive
confidential
impressed
alone
noisy
classical
exactly
MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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GRAMMAR MUDULE RAMMAR MUDULE

СЕРИИ
ГРАММАТИКА СЕРИИ
1.
THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE & THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE
2.
THE FUTURE SIMPLE, DIRECT & INDERECT OBJECTS, THE VERB TO LOOK
3.
CAN &CAN’T, QUESTIONS WITH WOULD
4.
HE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE WITH FUTURE MEANING, THE GOING TO AND
THE WILL FUTURES
5.
DEFINITE EVENTS IN THE FUTURE, OFFERS, PREDICTIONS
6.
THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE. JUST/EVER/ NEVER
7.
REPORTING STATEMENTS, REPORTING REQUESTS AND COMMANDS
8.
VERBS OF THE SENSES, LIKE AND AS IF
9.
ABSTRACT NOUNS, THE WIIL FUTURE, TOO…TO
10.
I WANT YOU TO DO SOMETHING, PHRASAL VERBS
11.
ADJECTIVES, CAN, BE ABLE TO & BE ALLOWED TO
12.
QUESTION TAGS, RELATIVE PRONOUNS: WHO, WHICH& THAT
13.
THE PRESENT PERFECT WITH ALREADY AND YET
14.
VERBS WICH ARE FOLLOWED BY TO, VERBS WICH ARE FOLLOWED BY AN
OBJECT+ TO, SO AM I/ SO IS SHE
15.
ONDITIONAL SENTENCES WITH IF, MUST BE &MUST HAVE BEEN
16.
SOMETHING, ANYTHING, NOTHING, etc. SOMEONE, ANYONE, etc; TOO MUCH

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APPENDIX

СТРУКТУРА ПРЕЗЕНТАЦИИ

Обычная презентация имеет следующую структуру:

1. Начало (starting).
2. Главная
часть
(introduction and focusing attention).

первое (firstly);

второе (secondly);

третье (thirdly);

...

наконец (lastly)
3. Заключение (conclusion).
4. Ответы на вопросы
(answering questions).
Теперь, когда Вы
имеете перед
глазами четкую
структуру
своей
будущей
презентации, можно
приступить
к более детальной
её
проработке.

Начало

Starting
Formal Meeting Informal Meeting
Okay everybody. Please take a
seat. Let’s
get started. If you
Good morning/afternoon/evening ladies and
have any questions, please feel
gentlemen….. My name is … and I'm ….
Let
free to ask me at the end of the
me show my presentation, and let’s
presentation. We’ll listen to
the
discuss the matter.
presentation and discuss it to see if
there are any fresh ideas.
take a seat –
присаживайтесь, purpose –
цель, get started –
начать, discuss –
обсуждать, feel free to ask –
свободно
спрашивайте, fresh ideas –
свежие
идеи.

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Introduction
Formal Meeting Informal Meeting
As you already know, today’Formal Meeting Informal Meeting
As you already know, today’s
All right, let me start by saying
presentation is designed to present some thanks to all of you for the interest in
important
points of …
this presentation.
This first slide shows our agenda for the I would like to talk to you today about
day. …. for… minutes.
First, I will begin with an overview of

First I would
like to
talk
about….
Then, Ms. Smooth will present the Then I would
like you to take a look at…
data that she gathered and her ideas for Following that we're going to talk
… She will
be followed by Mr. Hanson, about…
who will discuss adapting our product to Then I'm going to wrap things up with
meet market needs, and at last we'll our team’s recommendations.
make a conclusion with the main Lastly we are going to discuss…
recommendations.
Since we have very limited time today,
Any questions so far? Please feel free
please hold your questions until the end
to interrupt me at any time.
of the presentation.
be designed –
быть
задуманным, slide –
слайд, agenda –
повестка
дня, let me
start –
позвольте
начать, say thanks –
благодарить, overview –
обзор, present
the data –
представлять
данные, at last –
наконец, conclusion –
заключение, wrap things up –
завершим, hold the questions –
держать
(не
забывать) вопросы, so far –
пока, interrupt -прерывать

Представляя
визуальные материалы
своей
презентации
(как правило,
в Power Point
или
любой
другой
подобной
программе), необходимо
также
иметь
некоторое количество
дежурных
фраз, которые создают
"связкипереходы"
между
слайдами, и
помогают слушателям не
потерять
основной
идеи, заложенной впрезентации.

Некоторые фразы,
данные ниже, помогут не растеряться и
сфокусировать
внимание аудитории
в наиболее важных
точках
презентации.
Фразы
одинаковы
для
любого
типа презентации

формального
и
неформального.

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English Russian
Now we will look at…
I’d like now to discuss…
Let’s now
talk about…
Let’s now
turn to…
Let’s
move on to…
That will bring
us
to
our next
point…
Moving
on to our next slide …
Теперь взглянем на …
Теперь мне хотелось бы обсудить…
Давайте теперь поговорим о

Теперь
давайте перейдем к …
Продолжим с …
Это отсылает нас к следующему
пункту …
Двигаемся к нашему следующему
слайду …

Заключение

Фразы, заключающие презентацию, как правило, мало отличаются в


формальном и неформальном вариантах.

English Russian
Let's sum it up.
Let's wrap it up.
I would like to sum up the main points
again…
So, in conclusion…
Finally let me just
sum up today’s
main
topics…
Давайте суммируем.
Завершим.
Еще раз хотел бы суммировать
главное…
Итак, в заключение…
Наконец, подведем итог сегодняшним
главным моментам…

Все вопросы
просчитать, к сожалению, не всегда возможно. Поэтому
хорошо, если у
Вас будет заготовлено
пара шаблонных
фраз,
которые
позволят Вам немного
"потянуть" время и
собраться с мыслями, если вдруг
будет задан совершенно неожиданный
трудный вопрос.

English Russian
I think I answered your question earlier.
I'm glad you asked that.
Well, as I already said…
That's a very good question (of you to
ask).
Я думаю, я ответил уже на Ваш
вопрос ранее.
Рад, что Вы спросили об этом.
Итак, как я уже и говорил…
Очень хороший вопрос (который Вы

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So you are asking about…
задали).
If I’ve understood you correctly
you are Итак, Вы спрашиваете о …
asking about…
Если я правильно понял Вас, Вы
спрашиваете о …

REFERENCES

http://fenglish.ru/extr-english-episode-30-love-hurts/

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АНГЛИЙСКИЙ С СЕРИАЛОМ
"ЭКСТРА"

Часть 1
(Эпизоды 1-16)

ENGLISH
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"EXTR@"

PART
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(Episodes
1-16)

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