# Методические указания по английскому языку для студентов 5-го курса исторического факультета. Коныгина Г.И. - 18 стр.

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2. precedes an intransitive verb.
e.g.
How do you answer the first question?
How should you write it?
How does number 5 go?
How did you get on?
“What”
1. requires a transitive verb where
“what”
is the object;
2. precedes
“to be”
as a complement.
e.g
. What did you write?
What should you say?
What was number 6?
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Translate this / that / last sentence into English.
Could you put that into Russian for us.
Translate from Russian into English.
Don’t translate word for word.
Think about the meaning of the whole sentence.
Use English.
Try it in English.
Now the same thing in English.
This is supposed to be an English lesson, so let’s speak English.
COMPREHENSION
Let’s see if you’ve understood.
You had the job of preparing five questions each on this unit.
Let’s look at this chapter in more detail.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Note:
You can sometimes hear:
Let’s discuss
this.
“Discuss
” is not followed by a preposition. It is also rather inappropriate
in the classroom.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2. We’ll have a look at the new words.
I don’t think you’ve had / met this word before.
Let’s read through the vocabulary first.
I think we had this verb last time.
We looked at / dealt with these forms last week.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Note: I think you haven’t had this word before.
I think you haven’t got time.
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2. precedes an intransitive verb.
e.g. How do you answer the first question?
How should you write it?
How does number 5 go?
How did you get on?
“What” 1. requires a transitive verb where “what” is the object;
2. precedes “to be” as a complement.
e.g. What did you write?
What should you say?
What was number 6?
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Translate this / that / last sentence into English.
Could you put that into Russian for us.
Translate from Russian into English.
Don’t translate word for word.
Think about the meaning of the whole sentence.
Use English.
Try it in English.
Now the same thing in English.
This is supposed to be an English lesson, so let’s speak English.
COMPREHENSION
Let’s see if you’ve understood.
You had the job of preparing five questions each on this unit.
Let’s look at this chapter in more detail.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Note:      You can sometimes hear:
“Discuss” is not followed by a preposition. It is also rather inappropriate
in the classroom.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2. We’ll have a look at the new words.
I don’t think you’ve had / met this word before.
Let’s read through the vocabulary first.
I think we had this verb last time.
We looked at / dealt with these forms last week.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Note: • I think you haven’t had this word before.
• I think you haven’t got time.