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Учебно-методическое пособие является пособием-спутником к


английскому обучающему сериалу "Extr@". Пособие направлено на
совершенствование навыков и умений 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 широкого круга лиц, изучающих английский язык на
начальном этапе.
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CONTENTS

ОТ АВТОРОВ ____________________________________________________________4
MODULE IX. Episode 17 CYBER STRESS. Episode 18 JUST THE
TICKET_____________________________________________________________________5
MODULE X. Episode 19 KUNG FU FIGHTING.. Episode 20 EVERY DOG HAS
ITS DAY ____________________________________________________________________7
MODULE XI. Episode 21 THE ENTERTAINERS. Episode 22 HAUNTING AT
HALLOWEEN______________________________________________________________10
MODULE XII. Episode 23 TRUTH OR DARE. Episode24 PILOT
NICK______________________________________________________________________13
MODULE XIII. Episode 25 AN EVENING WITH MARTY ROSS. Episode 26
ALIBI. ____________________________________________________________________16
MODULE XIV Episode 27 CAN YOU LIVE WITHOUT?. Episode 28
CHRISTMAS_______________________________________________________________18
MODULE XV Episode 29 CAMPING Episode 30 LOVE HURTS
___________________________________________________________________________21

REVISING BACKGROUND INFORMATION

WITH EXTR@! ________________________________________________24

VOCABULARY
17, 18 CYBER STRESS. JUST THE TICKET __________________________________34
19, 20 KUNG FU FIGHTING. EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY_______________________35
21, 22 THE ENTERTAINERS. HAUNTING AT HALLOWEEN___________________36
23, 24 TRUTH OR DARE. PILOT NICK ______________________________________37
25, 26 AN EVENING WITH MARTY ROSS. ALIBI _____________________________38
27, 28 CAN YOU LIVE WITHOUT? CHRISTMAS _____________________________39
29, 30 CAMPING. LOVE HURTS_____________________________________________40
GRAMMAR MODULE__________________________________________41
APPENDIX______________________________________________________42
REFERENCES___________________________________________________________45

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ОТ АВТОРОВ
Предлагаемое пособие представляет собой вторую часть пособия-
спутника к английскому обучающему сериалу "Extr@" и содержит яркий,
занимательный материал, знакомящий с реалиями Великобритании.
Сериал Extr@ может быть использован как для начального уровня
изучения английского языка, так и для обучения английскому, как второму
иностранному языку. Данная часть представляет собой учебно-
методическую разработку 14 эпизодов сериала (17 -30 episodes), каждый из
которых 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 REVISING
BACKGROUND INFORMATION WITH EXTR@!.
Вопросы теста раскрывают как интересные, так и хрестоматийные
факты из истории, культуры, обычаев и традиций Великобритании.
С целью обеспечения дополнительных возможностей организации
урока, в пособие включены GRAMMAR MODULE и VOCABULARY.

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MODULE IX

Episode 17 CYBER STRESS

Episode 18 JUST THE TICKET

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. RAM memory 16.an application
2. a software compatibility 17.a traffic warden
3. a top processor 18.a parking ticket
4. to install the computer 19.to spoil the day
5. to do smth with one’s eyes 20.to park the car
closed 21.an environment
6. a real challenge 22.to reduce
7. to deliver 23.to have an experience of
8. to fix\ to repair the computer 24.a driver
9. to look broken 25.to clamp
10.a repairman 26.to come to an arrangement
11.intelligent 27.a penalty
12.a rare combination 28.a licence
13.to pass\ to fail the 29.to tow
examination 30.a contest
14.to suit one’s talents 31.to get involved in smth
15.to be successful

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.

You’d better have finished when I get back.


Waiting for my examination results.
I’m going to buy a new computer for work.
I need a man to fix the computer I bought.
Maybe I’ve failed!
I deliver special letters.

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test №9
(episode 17, episode 18)
1. Bridget was going to … a new computer.
a) buy b) install c) fix
2. … has chosen the colour for the new computer.
a) Bridget b) Hector c) Nick
3. Nick and Hector … everything about computers.
a) knew b) seemed to know c) forgot
4. Annie will go crazy if she … .
a) doesn’t know her examination results
b) passes her examination
c) fails her examination
5. … was good-looking and intelligent.
a) a postman b) a repairman c) Hector
6. … decide about who the real men are.
a) The Man Olympics b) history c) women
7. A traffic warden is someone who … parking tickets.
a) pays for b) gets c) writes out
8. If you are parking your car in a wrong place you must be … .
a) Santa Claus b) clamped c) dressed to go to war
9. Bridget could enter the contest herself but she might … .
a) win the contest b) frighten the judges c) break a nail
10. … isn’t getting involved in the show.
a) Nick b) Hector c) Bridget
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11. Hector must learn what each girl in the Miss Eurobabe Beauty Contest likes
and … .
a) needs b) cares about c) dislikes
12. During the show Miss England Babe had … .
a) one replacement b) two replacements c) no replacements

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) Augusta Ada Byron King, Countess of Lovelace.
2) British Royal Mail
3) Why do people in England drive on the left side of the road?
4) The most famous and beautiful ladies of Great Britain
2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow instructions in
APPENDIX

MODULE X

Episode19 KUNG FU FIGHTING.

Episode 20 EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY.

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. a kung fu star 6. to keep the job
2. to hate violence 7. to have much in common
3. to be vain 8. to attack smb
4. to make smth to the top 9. an amateur
5. to get an oriental style
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10.to fight the criminals 20.to steal smth
together 21.to be missing
11.to lie 22.a thief
12.to respect smb 23.annual
13.to train the dog 24.a dogowner
14.a vet 25.to look hopeful
15.elegant 26.to blame
16.to earn money 27.to be trained to the highest
17.to sell smth on the Internet standarts
18.to win a competition 28.a culmination
19.to have a hair cut

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.

Channel Nine has to lose people.


And this is an old English tradition?
But I thought you hate violence.
Don’t touch my things.
You have to respect animals.
Your attention, please. The dog show winner is …

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III. AFTER YOU WATCH
Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test №10
(episode 19, episode 20)
1. Bridget will keep her job if she … .
a) gets an oriental style
b) gets the interview with Ricky Chung
c) makes Ricky Chung fancy her
2. Hector put some … in the cake.
a) flower instead flour b) flour instead some flowers c) flowers instead
some flour
3. Ricky Chung is … .
a) an animal lover b) someone from the Chinese restaurant c) Richard’s
film name
4. Hector and Annie should see other people because … .
a) Annie met a new man b) Hector lied to Annie c) Hector can’t cook well
5. Nick wants Hector to attack him because … .
a) he is violent b) they haven’t much in common c) he prepares for the new
film
6. Nick has got the part in the film as he is … .
a) clever and brilliant b) stupid and vain c) very professional
7. The boys want to earn two thousand pounds by … the dog show
competition.
a) entering b) winning c) selling Charley at
8. Annie was angry with … .
a) the boys training Charley b) Charley having taken the fridge c) Bridget
fighting her
9. Charley was … after a walk with Nick.
a) lost b) ill, busy and asleep c) having its hair cut
10. Bridget was worried about … stealing everything.
a) Annie b) Philip c) Nick
11. Bridget’s things are … .
a) sold on the Internet b) lost c) stolen
12. At Croft’s Dog Show Hector looked … .
a) hopeful b) after Charley c) at the women

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 Homophones of the English language
1) Animal Lovers against Violence
2) English Dog Shows
3) The British Police
2 Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow instructions in
APPENDIX

MODULE XI

Episode 21 THE ENTERTAINERS

Episode 22 HAUNTING AT HALLOWEEN

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.

1. to give up 15.to behave strangely


2. to hypnotize 16.a butterfly
3. to react 17.a caterpillar
4. to control one’s mind 18.a fortune teller
5. to go wrong 19.a horoscope
6. a hypnotic state 20.to be in for a surprise
7. a game 21.a psychic
8. amazing 22.a sidekick
9. to be a party entertainer 23.rubbish
10.to entertain the children 24.a life\love\punch line
11.to keep the child quiet 25.to beware of smth.
12.to book a party 26.spooky
13.a temporary job 27.to look into the crystal ball
14.marvellous 28.marble
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29.a ghost story 31.Trick or treat?
30.a pumpkin 32.a power cut

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.
Surely we can come to some kind of an arrangement.
We’ll be party entertainers to rich children for loads of money.
Now, I am going to say a word to you
What’s going on? Why are you dressed like that?
Maybe I’ll meet him at tonight’s Halloween party
Well, if you’re not scared of dark, then let’s play a game

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test № 11
(episode 21, episode 22)
1. According to Annie’s opinion hypnotizing can help you … .
a) to relax b) with the problems c) to control one’s mind
2. The Top Class party entertainers make children … .
a) sleep b) cry c) laugh
3. The children and Bridget … well together.
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a) don’t walk b) work c) don’t work
4. Nick and Hector behaved strangely after hearing the special word … .
a) “caterpillar” b) “butterfly” c) “dragonfly”
5. … parked illegally outside.
a) Princess Nicky and all of George’s friends b) Princess Nicky c) all of
George’s friends
6. The famous children’s game in Britain is called … .
a) “Pin the tail on the elephant”
b) “Pin the tail on the entertainer”
c) “Pin the tail on the donkey”
7. Bridget’s fortune teller says that she will meet a tall dark handsome
stranger … .
a) today b) at tonight’s Halloween party c) ------
8. Bridget is pretending to be … with Nick.
a) a cute babe b) psychic c) sidekick
9. This week … must beware of black hair and the number three.
a) Leo b) Aquarius c) Taurus
10. … means seven years bad luck.
a) Breaking the mirror b) Breaking down in the car c) Running out of petrol
11. Nick is scared of … .
a) the three witches b) the dark c) nothing
12. There was … touching Hector’s legs.
a) Nick b) Marbles c) the ghost

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) Children’s parties
2) Happy birthday traditions
3) Famous English fairytales
4) Halloween
2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow
instructions in APPENDIX.
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MODULE XII

Episode 23 TRUTH OR DARE

Episode 24 PILOT 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 tell the truth 19.a cabin decompression


2. to dare 20.to place oxygen mask over
3. to do a dare the face
4. to make a relationship 21.a life jacket
stronger 22.a forced landing
5. to upset smb. 23.to adopt the position
6. to be cross 24.mayday
7. disgusting 25.a bit of turbulence
8. bed-tempered 26.DIY shop
9. a coincidence 27.to pull\ hold yourself
10.an honesty together
11.a personality 28.a crew
12.a sense of humour 29.to fly the plane
13.to text 30.to be proud of smth.
14.to organize 31.to take much more of smb.
15.a uniform 32.to persuade
16.a captain\ pilot\ co-pilot 33.in a masculine way
17.to rehearse 34.a hurricane
18.in the event\in case of .

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.

We’re having a party in the street to protest and stop the car.
Ladies and gentlemen, we’re experiencing some turbulence.
I don’t want to lose my job. It’s only for a few days.
I think you have the most beautiful eyes I have ever seen in
my life.
I do not shout too much!
Let’s do it again. Tell the truth, or do a dare

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test № 12
(episode 23, episode 24)

1. Bridget … .
a) loves Bernard b) loves Bernard but doesn’t dare to say it
c) pretends as if she loves Bernard
2. To tell the truth Eunice Mountain looked … as a presenter.
a) perfect b) ridiculous c) fat
3. Yupi Yoghurt tasted … .
a) stupid b) delicious c) disgusting
4. Bridget’s old boyfriends kept calling her all day long because … .
a) it was a coincidence b) she sent them the messages
c) Ziggy texted them to make things lively for Bridget
5. Because of telling the truth Nick … .
a) lost a job b) was fired c) was bad-tempered
6. The truth didn’t make a relationship between Annie and Hector stronger
because … .
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a) they were asking the wrong questions b) honesty isn’t the great quality
c) they have no sense of humour
7. The builders were supposed to work … .
a) in Eunice’s flat b) for the street party c) at Channel Nine
8. Women really go for you if you have … .
a) fast cars b) a uniform c) cool clothes
9. Eunice is going to stay in Bridget’s flat until … .
a) Bridget tidies up there a bit b) Annie controls herself c) Bridget fixes her
mistake
10. Nick persuaded Hector … .
a) to fly the plane b) to play instead the ill actress
c) that he is beautiful in a masculine way
11. In case of cabin decompression … .
a) pull yourself together and try to be calm b) place oxygen mask over your
face
c) find the life jacket under your seat and try it on
12. Annie can’t take much more of … .
a) Eunice Mountain b) the new look of her granny’s chest c) cutting
Eunice’s toenails

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) Popular English youth games
2) BBC
3) English Sense of Humour
4) Heathrow Airport
2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow
instructions in APPENDIX.

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MODULE XIII

Episode 25 AN EVENING WITH MARTY ROSS

Episode 26 ALIBI
I. BEFORE YOU WATCH
1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.
1. an exhibition 18.original
2. raw 19.precious
3. to take smb. out to dinner 20.to name the price
4. to ignore fans 21.a detective
5. to run on batteries 22.to do a silence for the
6. to lay eggs charity
7. a veal calf 23.a crime
8. a turkey 24.to be robbed
9. an eco-warriors 25.to call the police
10.to fight for the environment 26.to have smth. stolen
11.a loft-style apartment 27.to suspect smb.
12.to look arty 28.to investigate the robbery
13.to tell about the woman 29.to summarize one’s alibi
from her art 30.to accuse smb. of smth.
14.to let smb. down 31.to catch smb.
15.bingo 32.a clue
16.to rely on smb. 33.to get smth. Straight
17.humble 34.to solve the case

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.
You’re preparing this flat because Marty Ross is coming for drinks.
Has Eunice got me tickets for Damian Pollasco’s latest exhibition yet?
Look, don’t worry. We can tidy this up.
Are you trying to be funny with me, young Lady?
And then afterwards we went for a lovely walk
She put them in the washing machine before she went to bingo.

III. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test № 13
(episode 25, episode 26)
1. Anyone who gets tickets for Damian Pollasco’s latest exhibition will … .
a) spend the evening together with Marty Ross
b) have drinks afterwards at Bridget’s place
c) be taken out to dinner by Marty Ross
2. To be a battery chicken means a chicken that … .
a) runs on batteries b) is kept in a small box to lay her eggs c) lays eggs in
batteries
3. Marty Ross can tell a lot about a woman from her … .
a) flat b) heart c) art
4. Bridget’s flat was changed … .
a) in a loft style b) arty and precious c) in a humble way
5. Nick had to … .
a) be more interesting b) look after eco-warriors c) prepare the drinks
6. Boggy and Moss were with Hector … .
a) very serious b) really sweet c) a bit scary
7. Annie and her friends had an emergency that day for the reason of … .
a) the robbery of Bernard’s clothes b) Nick’s toothache c) Bridget’s spot
8. If you’ve got a spot you must … .
a) call the plumber b) call the police c) see the beautician
9. Nick saw the dentist last … .
a) five months ago b) five years ago c) when being a child
10. Detective Hunt suspected … of having no alibi most of all.
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a) Annie b) Bridget c) Hector
11. On Annie’s opinion Hector’s suit looked … .
a) nice b) stolen and terrible c) like Bernard’s clothes
12. Annie didn’t say the word to Detective Hunt because she tried to … .
a) hide the clues b) be funny with him c) keep silence for the charity

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) Eco-warriors and environment protection in the UK
2) The most famous English detectives
3) Emergency Services in the UK
4) BINGO
2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow
instructions in APPENDIX.

MODULE XIV

Episode 27 CAN YOU LIVE WITHOUT?

Episode 28 CHRISTMAS

I. BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.

1. to lose points for smth. 3. to suck the thumb


2. to chew gum
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4. to give up one’s favourite 18.Christmas pudding
things 19.a turkey
5. to appreciate 20.to be in pain
6. to dump smb. 21.to be cancelled
7. to feel persuasive 22.a cracker
8. to pick 23.a pastry
9. a temptation 24.a mincemeat
10.to argue 25.minced meat
11.to get over 26.raisins
12.to have lots of catching up 27.a spice
to do 28.naughty
13.a sleigh bell 29.Carols
14.a mince pie 30.a decoration
15.a mistletoe 31.Cheer up!
16.to complain of smth. 32.fabulous
17.Christmas stocking

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.
If you touch, we lose points and we won’t win a big prize.
Hector, I wish you’d stop chewing gum.
So thanks for the present. You can keep your holiday.
Do you want to come carol singing?
Hector and I are going to have a lovely Christmas, aren’t we?
What To Wear At Christmas Parties

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III. AFTER YOU WATCH
Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test № 14
(episode 27, episode 28)
1. The favourite things which the contestant on “Can you live without?” has
to give up are picked by … .
a) Marty Ross b) himself c) his flatmates
2. Bridget … Marty Ross to help her friends enter the show.
a) asked b) persuaded c) suggested
3. The contestants on “Can you live without?” are not allowed to … .
a) live without their favourite things b) argue with Marty Ross c) kiss each
other
4. Bridget has lost … points during the show.
a) 20 b) 30 c) 120
5. The best prize for Nick became … .
a) a new motorbike b) a lot of money c) a super holiday in the Caribbean
6. … had to live without magazines and television.
a) Nick b) Bridget c) all of the new contestants
7. Nick complains of … .
a) having little money b) naughty children c) having so many exciting
parties at night clubs to go to
8. Christmas is all about … for Nick.
a) parties and presents b) sharing c) crackers and mince pies
9. Mince pies are made of … .
a) pastry and mincemeat b) pastry and minced meat c) sultans, raisins and
spices
10. At Christmas you knock on people’s doors and sing to them … for
money.
a) Carols b) Abba songs c) ballads
11. Inviting Bridget’s friends round for a surprise party to cheer her up made
this Christmas … for her.
a) happy b) better c) worse
12. A flea collar was meant as Christmas present for … .
a) Bernard b) Bridget c) Charley
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) Popular English Newspapers
2) Popular English TV Shows
3) The great topics of conversation between strangers in Britain
4) Christmas traditions and meals
2. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow
instructions in APPENDIX.

MODULE XV

Episode 29 CAMPING.

Episode 30 LOVE HURTS BEFORE YOU WATCH


1. Do you know these words & word combinations?
Read and give Russian equivalents for each of these phrases.

1. the Scouts 15.the guy ropes


2. to put up a tent 16.to hurt smb.
3. a sleeping bag 17.an excuse
4. to light a fire 18.to be jealous of smb.
5. to tie knots 19.to do own editing
6. an ivy 20.to have an affair with smb.
7. the Brownies 21.suspicious
8. to survive 22.a poached egg
9. a survival test 23.a total being
10.the first aid 24.selfish
11.to be hurt 25.to argue
12.to go camping 26.gentle
13.to run out of food 27.smart
14.to be after smb.

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2. Choose five words or word combinations you most need to know
and use them in sentences of your own.

I. WHILE YOU WATCH


Watch the video and put the sentences in the order you hear them.
I’m sorry, boys, you have failed the survival test.
Let me guess. Can I pass the sugar, coffee, tea?
I am going to join the SAS.
What is that plant that grows all over walls in England?
You said I was only one of the cleverest, most beautiful girls you
know.
It had to be a selfish man-driver!

II. AFTER YOU WATCH


Find the correct variant and write it down into the box
Test № 15
(episode 29, episode 30)
1. A real Scout mustn’t know how to … .
a) light a fire b) cheat c) tie knots
2. Eunice is more like … because she is all over lads.
a) an English rose b) an English ivy c) a wallflower
3. The Badges are given to Brownies for … .
a) being fit and trained b) going camping c) good works
4. Nick sees trouble ahead for the reason that … .
a) Eunice is after Hector b) Hector likes Eunice being after him c) he had to
do a survival test
5. Nick and Hector failed the survival test because … .
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a) they are simply afraid of worms, beetles and pain b) it wasn’t real c) they
didn’t know the Brownies law
6. People need the first aid if they are … .
a) run out of food b) hurt c) in trouble
7. … heard Hector talking to other woman on the phone.
a) Bridget b) Nick c) Annie, Bridget and Nick
8. Nick wasn’t being long sighted, he was … .
a) long sighted b) being a couch potato c) doing a poached egg
9. Hector had an affair with … .
a) Eunice b) Lola c) nobody
10. Eunice was so jealous of Bridget’s new job that she wouldn’t talk … .
a) to Bridget b) to anyone c) at all
11. The chief executive for ATV wanted Hector to … .
a) go on a date b) return to Argentina c) look smart
12. Annie is doing her own editing while … .
a) playing Hector’s game with Zeus b) writing out a parking ticket for Zeus
c) cutting out photos of herself and Hector

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

III. BACKGROUND INFORMATION


1. Work with a partner. Choose one of the topics and find
information about the matter
1. Camping in England
2. Flora of the British Isles
3. Fauna of the British Isles
4. Popular London Restaurants
1. Make a presentation (2-3min) about the matter. Follow
instructions in APPENDIX.

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REVISING BACKGROUND INFORMATION

WITH EXTR@!
1. What are the capitals of the British Isles, Great Britain, the United
Kingdom?

_ _

The British Isles Great Britain The United Kingdom


a) ___________ b)__________ c)__________
2. What are the capitals of Scotland, England, Wales?

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a) Scotland_______ b) England__________ c) Wales_______

3. What are the capitals of Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Northern


Ireland?

Ireland Republic of Northern


Ireland Ireland
a)_____________ b)______________ c______________
4. What are the flags of Northern Ireland, Scotland, England,
Wales, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain?

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1) __ 2) ___
__________________ ______________________

3)______________

4) ___ 5) __

5. Match the maps of the parts of the UK and their folk names.

a) The Emerald Isle


b) The land of the Angles
c) “Land of Song”
d) The Highlands

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________________
_

1)____________________________________2)________________

_________________

3)___________________________________4)__________________

6. Which plants are the emblems of England, Scotland, Wales and


Ireland?
a. thistle
b. shamrock,
c. red rose
d. yellow daffodil

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_________________ __

__a)_____________________ b)____________________ _

_________________ ____________ ________

_________________ ______

_________________ ___________
___________

c)_____________________ _d)___________________
7. Which of the following is true?

a) England is bigger than Scotland in area but smaller in population.


b) England is smaller than Scotland in area but much greater in
population
c) Scotland is bigger than England in area but smaller in population.
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d) Scotland is smaller than England in area and in population.

8. Do you know the ladies? Who is/was not a member of the Royal
Family?

_______________
a)_____________________ b)_______________

_______________

c)___________________ d)____________________

9. Great Britain issued the world’s first adhesive postage stamp,


resulting from reforms by Rowland Hill to simplify and reduce
postage costs. The stamp was called …

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a) Penny Black
b) Queen Elizabeth II
c) Royal Mail
d) Black Crown

10.Which sentence about Augusta Ada Byron is false.

a) Augusta Ada Byron King, Countess of Lovelace is Lord Byron’s


daughter.
b) Augusta Ada Byron, Countess of Lovelace, is best remembered today
as the first woman computer-programmer.
c) Augusta Ada Byron was the fifth child of British poet Lord George
Gordon Byron and Annabella Milkbanke.
d) Augusta Ada Byron was born on December 10, 1815 in London,
England.

11.Which of the following people is not an English writer?

a) William Shakespeare
b) William Makepeace Thackerey

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c) William Somerset Maugham
d) William Carlos Williams

12.Which of the following people is an English composer?

a) Charles Dillon (1881-1974)


b) Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
c) Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
d) Henry Bishop (1786-1855)

13.When was the British Broadcasting Corporation found?

a) Sir Winston Churchill was forty-five years old when the BBC was found.
b) The BBC was found four year earlier the Queen’s Elizabeth II birth.
c) The BBC was found when the First World War started.
d) The BBC was found when the Second World War started.

14.The peculiarity of the traffic on the British roads is

a) a traffic light.
b) the right side driving.

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c) the left side driving.
d) horse-drawn vehicles

15.What are the names of the buildings?

____
a)_____________________ b)__________________

_ ___
c)_________________________ d)____________________________
16.Match the picture with the game.

a) golf b) soccer c) rugby d) cricket

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1)__ _______________2)_

11

__________
___3)_______________________________________4)________________

17. After England's football team beat Croatia to qualify for the
World Cup, more real Englishmen will be:

a) talking about whether it would rain or shine


b) discussing football
c) enjoying fish and chips
d) drinking cups of tea
18.Which amount is the greatest?
a) 4 pints
b) 1 gallon
c) 2 quarts

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d) 4 gills

19. Which of the following is not an attribute of Halloween?


a) Jack-’O- Lantern
b) Trick-or-treating
c) Costumes & masks
d) Bonfire Night

20.What is the British currency?

a) Dollar
b) Pound (Sterling)
c) Euro
d) British Shilling

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VOCABULARY
17, 18 CYBER STRESS. JUST THE TICKET.

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


beat ( = defeat) Analogue marshmallow Clever
fail Input nails (on fingers) expensive
install compatibility result fussy
order gigabyte ambition good-looking
pass (an exam) processor application intelligent
repair SDI socket arrangement noisy
run away with Software contestant sad
sneeze babe ( = girl) crown exciting
expect trouble bill entrance exam fascinating
frighten car environment reasonable
get involved show excuse serious
mess up talents expertise stuck
pass present (a (parking) ticket hamster stupid
show) Traffic ironing judge successful
reduce warden motorist surprising
represent washing up penalty
slide accident pollution
sort out instructions replacement
spoil landlady reptile skin
suit love responsibility
tow away letter penalty

MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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19, 20 KUNG FU FIGHTING. EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY.

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


amateur photo frame correct
Attack audition plan crazy
bend over blindfold police fit
fight criminal station idiotic
forgive floor ribbon oriental
iron flour shaving professional
lie (= tell lies) flower cream sexy
lose genius souvenir stupid
prepare idiot thief superb
blame interview trainer sweet
enter (a pressure vet vain
competition) relationship whipping asleep
get rid of role cream busy
own shower yoga cruel
remind style elegant
respect surprise handsome
roll over violence horrible
slap competition ill
steal dog show impressed
train earrings intelligent
fleas missing
kettle perfect
necklace spiritual
sweet
MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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21, 22 THE ENTERTAINERS. HAUNTING AT HALLOWEEN.

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


control Insects headache amazing
dress up ant ice cream hairy
entertain bee jelly magic
give up butterfly laughter magical
hit caterpillar millionaire posh
hypnotise dragonfly mind ridiculous
juggle wasp step- silly
last for assistant daughter sleepy
react booking crystal ball temporary
relax celebrity fortune top-class
tow away chest (part of teller black-haired
chase body) horoscope cute
come round ( = fairy (princess) lifeline dull
regain fine love loud
consciousness) noise line psychic
fancy power Ouija board spooky
look into cut apartment true
look out for pumpkin babe unlucky
pretend punch bowl
run out of line dog food
scare roof (of car) candle
sidekick goldfish
storm ghost (story)
torch honeymoon
marbles

MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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23, 24 TRUTH OR DARE. PILOT NICK.

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


Behave audition character (in bad-tempered
copy burglar a play) crazy
fancy carrot chest ( = cross
go on cake piece of delicious
keep (doing coincidence furniture) disgusting
something) commercial grandmother fired
oversleep date heart handy
shout handbag magic late
taste honesty mistake ridiculous
upset lie part (in a sick
belong to mobile (phone) film) ugly
dress monster play weird
fancy personality actress angry
miss (a plane) presenter builder cool
persuade quality co-pilot crisp
place relationship hostess dazzling
play a part talent pilot ill
protest truth stewardess irresistible
rehearse witch masculine
slap yoghurt serious
sweet
tiny
MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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25, 26 AN EVENING WITH MARTY ROSS. ALIBI

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


demonstrate apartment ambulance arty
improve art gallery biscuit cruel
lay eggs battery check-up exciting
notice chicken clothes expensive
prepare calf digestive fat
present (a show) century (biscuit) original
pretend cornflakes dressing precious
resist dragon gown raw
run on (batteries) eco-warrior (dentist’s) drill rich
accuse environment genius scary
bother ( = annoy) exhibition investigation sickly
care about fan keys sweet
investigate farm lip thick
manage (to do) animal motorbike bright
notice freedom mushrooms red
shake mess peppers favourite
squeal phase respect gentle
stare at pig salon hysterical
summarise pen silence married
suspect preview spot (on face) pretty
protest student sponsored
researcher symptoms unlikely
star teeth urgent
ticket toothache
turkey beautician
veal butcher
dentist
detective
plumber

MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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27, 28 CAN YOU LIVE WITHOUT? CHRISTMAS

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives

appreciate babe clever


bite baboon correct
brush something off chocolate cross (= angry)
cost contestant disgusting
dump ( = finish with a flatmate easy
boyfriend / girlfriend) joker persuasive
fail kettle smart ( = clever) stressed
kill make-up cancelled
kiss mirror delicious
persuade prize fabulous
whisper money fake
producer handsome
taste jolly
temptation naughty
toy special
binoculars stuck
candle traditional
charity
choice
church
flea collar
nightclub
pastry
petrol
station
recipe
sherry
snow
MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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29, 30 CAMPING. LOVE HURTS

The Verbs The Nouns The Adjectives


breathe badge bathroom creepy
calm down beetles call-time ( = time cross (angry)
cheer up bite you have to be in a early
crawl collar studio, etc.) fit
creep colour celebrity good-looking
demonstrate exhibition chief executive highly-trained
fail guy choice hurt
flirt ropes (on a tent) editor pretty
forgive honeysuckle excuse (reading) proper
imagine ivy glasses real
join joke pain (and ‘a pain’) special
light (a fire) jungle parking ticket sweet
pretend lads pepper worried
put up (a tent) pain programme angry
run out of paint promotion beautiful
share perfume salt cute
smell report sugar frozen
survive salute voucher furious
train sleeping bag gentle
try out shape hurt
wriggle size jealous
argue sting long-sighted
chat studio scary
choose survival selfish
confirm toy surprised
miss (someone) training suspicious
overhear turn hard-boiled
present worms scrambled
tickle poached
fried
MY MINI-DICTIONARY

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GRAMMAR MODULE


СЕРИИ ГРАММАТИКА СЕРИИ

17 Question tags; If or whether


18 Can and can’t; Could and couldn’t
19 The Present Perfect Continuous
20 The future of must and can; Have something done
21 Myself, yourself, ourselves etc; Verbs such as give and indirect
objects
22 Must/mustn’t, have to /don’t have to; Should /shouldn’t; should
have
23 Verbs followed by –ing; Verbs followed by the infinitive; contact
clauses
24 Zero conditionals without if; Modifiers a little and a few
25 Revision of zero and first conditionals; Words with variable
stress
26 So and such; So … that and such that; the infinitive of purpose
27 Question tags; Relative pronouns: who, which and that
28 I wish; Verb + object + infinitive
29 Could; was able to; questions with shall
30 Superlatives; Superlative expressions; Should have

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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.

Introduction
Formal Meeting Informal Meeting
As you already know, today’s All right, let me start by saying
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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 "связки-
переходы" между слайдами, и помогают слушателям не потерять основной
идеи, заложенной в презентации.
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.
English Russian
Now we will look at…
I’d like now to discuss… Теперь взглянем на …
Let’s now talk about… Теперь мне хотелось бы обсудить…
Let’s now turn to… Давайте теперь поговорим о …
Let’s move on to… Теперь давайте перейдем к …

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That will bring us to our next point… Продолжим с …
Moving on to our next slide … 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. Давайте суммируем.
Let's wrap it up. Завершим.
I would like to sum up the main points Еще раз хотел бы суммировать
again… главное…
So, in conclusion… Итак, в заключение…
Finally let me just sum up today’s main Наконец, подведем итог сегодняшним
topics… 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
Я думаю, я ответил уже на Ваш
I think I answered your question earlier.
вопрос ранее.
I'm glad you asked that.
Рад, что Вы спросили об этом.
Well, as I already said…
Итак, как я уже и говорил…
That's a very good question (of you to
Очень хороший вопрос (который Вы
ask).
задали).
So you are asking about…
Итак, Вы спрашиваете о …
If I’ve understood you correctly you are
Если я правильно понял Вас, Вы
asking about…
спрашиваете о …

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