Writing. Part 2. Домбровская И.В - 31 стр.

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In addition, the teachers should make the lessons more
enjoyable and interesting, so that 5).................. .
Lastly, 6) ....................... of their child's needs. 7) ......................... and
with any problems they may have.
To sum up, 8)...................... if the relationship between teachers, parents
and pupils improves and there is a better understanding between them of each
one's position.
Exercise 25
Read the first and the last paragraphs of the article. First find which
outline must be used, then write the missing paragraphs.
What can be done to help the homeless?
Homelessness is a big problem nowadays especially in large cities. This
is a result of unemployment, broken homes and a lack of affordable government
housing. In my opinion, there are several solutions to this problem.
…………………………………………………………………………
…….…………………………………………………………………
To sum up, the homeless should not be ignored. The best solution to the
problem is the establishing of programmes to aid those who are in danger of
becoming homeless. As Albert Camus, the French writer, once said, "We are all
special cases. The rest of society has a moral obligation to help those who are
less fortunate."
Exercise 26
Match the first paragraphs with the final paragraphs. Then decide what
type of articles they are. Suggest a headline for each article. Finally, say
what techniques are used for the first and the last paragraphs.
First paragraphs
1. Cars are the most popular means of transport today. Although they are
extremely useful, thousands of people die on roads every year. We must
also mention the pollution problems which cars cause.
2. The decline in reading habits of youngsters today is mainly due to
television and computers. Youths are much more inclined to watch
television than pick up a book. Yet, there are numerous ways of solving
this problem.
3. It is popularly believed that the wars of the future will involve
technology, not soldiers . Therefore it can be argued that military service
is no longer needed.
4. How many times have you been served by a child in a shop recently? The
sight of a young child serving us is one that many of us have become
used to. It is, however, inappropriate for a child to take on this kind of
responsibility at a young age.
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In addition, the teachers should make the lessons more
enjoyable and interesting, so that 5).................. .
Lastly, 6) ....................... of their child's needs. 7) ......................... and
with any problems they may have.
To sum up, 8)...................... if the relationship between teachers, parents
and pupils improves and there is a better understanding between them of each
one's position.

Exercise 25
Read the first and the last paragraphs of the article. First find which
outline must be used, then write the missing paragraphs.
What can be done to help the homeless?

Homelessness is a big problem nowadays especially in large cities. This
is a result of unemployment, broken homes and a lack of affordable government
housing. In my opinion, there are several solutions to this problem.
……………………………………………………………………………………
…….………………………………………………………………………………
To sum up, the homeless should not be ignored. The best solution to the
problem is the establishing of programmes to aid those who are in danger of
becoming homeless. As Albert Camus, the French writer, once said, "We are all
special cases. The rest of society has a moral obligation to help those who are
less fortunate."

Exercise 26
Match the first paragraphs with the final paragraphs. Then decide what
type of articles they are. Suggest a headline for each article. Finally, say
what techniques are used for the first and the last paragraphs.
First paragraphs
1. Cars are the most popular means of transport today. Although they are
extremely useful, thousands of people die on roads every year. We must
also mention the pollution problems which cars cause.
2. The decline in reading habits of youngsters today is mainly due to
television and computers. Youths are much more inclined to watch
television than pick up a book. Yet, there are numerous ways of solving
this problem.
3. It is popularly believed that “the wars of the future will involve
technology, not soldiers”. Therefore it can be argued that military service
is no longer needed.
4. How many times have you been served by a child in a shop recently? The
sight of a young child serving us is one that many of us have become
used to. It is, however, inappropriate for a child to take on this kind of
responsibility at a young age.