# Методические указания по английскому языку для студентов 5-го курса исторического факультета. Коныгина Г.И. - 22 стр.

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STRUCTURE AND VOCABULARY
1 Can we leave this out?
Is a definite article necessary here?
Which tense do we use after
“if”
?
Which preposition comes after
“to concentrate”
?
What preposition does
“to be proud”
take?
“some”
and
“any”
?
Does anybody remember the rule for using
“since”
and
“for”
?
Does anybody recall what we said about the verb
“to dare”
?
What’s the past ( tense ) of
“to go”
?
What are the parts of
“to sing”
?
Where do we usually put adverbs of frequency?
Is the word order right?
Where does the word
“yet”
usually come?
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Teach appropriate phrases:
Which tense do I need / should I use?
Why do you need the article?
What’s the preposition after “to depend”?
Could you use the future / passive here?
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2. Try it again.
Again, but this time more politely / clearly / fluently.
Once again, but remember the word order.
“who”
.
Watch out for the conditional tense this time.
Mind the preposition.
Put the adverb at the end.
Try not to mix these two words up.
Don’t get
“skirt”
and
“shirt”
mixed up.
3. It sounds better to say “…. ”
What you said isn’t wrong, but …
It might be better to say…
I think
“then he left”
sounds better in this sentence.
An Englishman would probably say …
4. What is the noun derived from “electric”?
What is the verb that corresponds to this noun?
What’s the adjective that comes from
“nation”
?
What’s the opposite of
“generous”
?
What is the prefix that means
“against”
?
A word that rhymes with
“blue”
meaning
“a hint”
or
“tip”
.
It’s a synonym of / for
“jealous”
.
What’s a man who carries bags called?
What do you call a person who moves to another country?
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STRUCTURE AND VOCABULARY
1 Can we leave this out?
Is a definite article necessary here?
Which tense do we use after “if”?
Which preposition comes after “to concentrate”?
What preposition does “to be proud” take?
What’s the rule about “some” and “any”?
Does anybody remember the rule for using “since” and “for”?
Does anybody recall what we said about the verb “to dare”?
What’s the past ( tense ) of “to go”?
What are the parts of “to sing”?
Where do we usually put adverbs of frequency?
Is the word order right?
Where does the word “yet” usually come?
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Teach appropriate phrases:
Which tense do I need / should I use?
Why do you need the article?
What’s the preposition after “to depend”?
Could you use the future / passive here?
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2. Try it again.
Again, but this time more politely / clearly / fluently.
Once again, but remember the word order.
Watch out for the conditional tense this time.
Mind the preposition.
Put the adverb at the end.
Try not to mix these two words up.
Don’t get “skirt” and “shirt” mixed up.
3. It sounds better to say “…. ”
What you said isn’t wrong, but …
It might be better to say…
I think “then he left” sounds better in this sentence.
An Englishman would probably say …
4. What is the noun derived from “electric”?
What is the verb that corresponds to this noun?
What’s the adjective that comes from “nation”?
What’s the opposite of “generous”?
What is the prefix that means “against”?
A word that rhymes with “blue” meaning “a hint” or “tip”.
It’s a synonym of / for “jealous”.
What’s a man who carries bags called?
What do you call a person who moves to another country?