# Методические указания по английскому языку для студентов 5-го курса исторического факультета. Коныгина Г.И. - 15 стр.

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6. Hand in your papers as you leave.
Leave your essays / sheets / tests on the desk as you go out.
Have you all handed in your tests?
Is there anyone who hasn’t returned their test?
7. It’s at the bottom of the page.
It’s somewhere near the top / bottom (of the page).
It’s in the very middle of the page.
(The) tenth line from the top / bottom.
(The) tenth line down / up.
8. It’s on the left.
The left-hand side / the right-hand side.
It’s in the top left-hand corner.
It’s in the bottom right-hand corner.
It’s in the left-hand margin.
Look at the right-hand column.
Study the chapter on your own.
Have a look at the next section.
Check the new vocabulary from the list at the back.
I’ll read it to you first.
You start ( reading ), Bill.
Alison will begin.
Three lines each ( starting with Bill ).
Five sentences for each of you.
That’s enough, thank you.
Read the next bit / section / paragraph, will you, Bill.
Alison, go on from where Bill left off.
12. Do you understand everything ?
Is there anything you don’t understand?
Do you know the meaning of all the words?
Is everything clear?
Are there any questions on this text?
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6. Hand in your papers as you leave.
Leave your essays / sheets / tests on the desk as you go out.
Have you all handed in your tests?
Is there anyone who hasn’t returned their test?
7. It’s at the bottom of the page.
It’s somewhere near the top / bottom (of the page).
It’s in the very middle of the page.
(The) tenth line from the top / bottom.
(The) tenth line down / up.
8. It’s on the left.
The left-hand side / the right-hand side.
It’s in the top left-hand corner.
It’s in the bottom right-hand corner.
It’s in the left-hand margin.
Look at the right-hand column.
Study the chapter on your own.
Have a look at the next section.
Check the new vocabulary from the list at the back.
I’ll read it to you first.
You start ( reading ), Bill.
Alison will begin.
Three lines each ( starting with Bill ).
Five sentences for each of you.
That’s enough, thank you.