# Методические указания по английскому языку для студентов 5-го курса исторического факультета. Коныгина Г.И. - 19 стр.

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Notice the English preference for saying
“ I don’t think
.
e.g.
I don’t think there is anything else in this lesson.
I don’t think we have got time.
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3. What’s another way of saying “he stuttered”?
How else can you say the same thing?
Can you say the same thing, using different words / in other words?
Give a synonym for
“rushed”
.
What is a synonym for
“huge”
?
What’s another word that means the same as
“huge”
?
What are two words that mean the same as
“tripped”
?
Can you give me one word that means
“to come back
?
What’s one word that means / for
“out of work”
?
What’s a shorter way of saying
“he went by plane”
?
Give me a phrase that means approximately / more or less the same thing.
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Note
: Notice the pattern:
What is
another
a better
a shorter
a more English
way of saying “-----------“?
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4. Use your own words.
Use your own words to describe what happened.
Use your own words to tell me about John.
Explain the meaning of this sentence, using your own words.
Tell me in your own words what happened.
Can you paraphrase / summarize the last paragraph?
Can you give me the main ideas of the passage in a nutshell?
Give me a brief summary of the contents.
5. What does “blue” mean here?
In what sense is the word
“cry”
used here?
What does
“sang”
refer to in this sentence?
What do the words in brackets / italics mean here?
SPELLING
1. How do you spell “buses”?
How do you spell the word
“glass”
?
How is
“giraffe”
spelt?
What is the correct spelling of this word?
Spell
“ship”
for me.
Spell it in English.
Use the English names for the letters.
2. Have you spelt it right?
Let’s see if you’ve spelt it right / correctly.
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Notice the English preference for saying “ I don’t think”.
e.g. I don’t think there is anything else in this lesson.
I don’t think we have got time.
______________________________________________________________________
3. What’s another way of saying “he stuttered”?
How else can you say the same thing?
Can you say the same thing, using different words / in other words?
Give a synonym for “rushed”.
What is a synonym for “huge”?
What’s another word that means the same as “huge”?
What are two words that mean the same as “tripped”?
Can you give me one word that means “to come back”?
What’s one word that means / for “out of work”?
What’s a shorter way of saying “he went by plane”?
Give me a phrase that means approximately / more or less the same thing.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Note: Notice the pattern:
another
a better                               way of saying “-----------“?
What is                              a shorter
a more English

______________________________________________________________________
4. Use your own words.
Use your own words to describe what happened.
Use your own words to tell me about John.
Explain the meaning of this sentence, using your own words.
Tell me in your own words what happened.
Can you paraphrase / summarize the last paragraph?
Can you give me the main ideas of the passage in a nutshell?
Give me a brief summary of the contents.
5. What does “blue” mean here?
In what sense is the word “cry” used here?
What does “sang” refer to in this sentence?
What do the words in brackets / italics mean here?
SPELLING
1. How do you spell “buses”?
How do you spell the word “glass”?
How is “giraffe” spelt?
What is the correct spelling of this word?
Spell “ship” for me.
Spell it in English.
Use the English names for the letters.
2. Have you spelt it right?
Let’s see if you’ve spelt it right / correctly.