# Методические указания по английскому языку для студентов 5-го курса исторического факультета. Коныгина Г.И. - 25 стр.

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3. Choose / cross / underline / ring / find.
Choose the verb that best fits each sentence.
Choose the correct completion for each sentence.
Put a ring round the best alternative.
Underline the accented syllable in these words.
Put a line under the correct preposition.
Put a cross in the right box.
Find words in the text that mean the same as…
4. Construct / write / mark / combine / continue
Construct sentences using the words given.
Make sentences to show you understand the meaning of the following words.
Write appropriate answers to the following questions.
Combine each pair of sentences, using
“although”
.
Finish the dialogue.
Continue the conversation between Fred and Tom.
5. Write / summarize / explain / punctuate.
Write an essay of about 250 words on one of the following subjects.
Write an answer to Bill’s letter.
Begin:
“Thanks for…”
Summarize the passage in not more than 100 words.
State Bill’s reasons for leaving in your own words.
Explain the meaning of the following words, as used in the passage.
Punctuate the following passage.
6. Now talk about yourself in the same way.
Continue in the same way.
Now say what you enjoy doing, using the ideas below.
Now ask for and give opinions on the following topics.
Now offer these people some advice.
Use these ideas to practise similar conversations.
Now you make some suggestions.
Begin
Talk about yourself. You may find these ideas useful .
CONVERSATION
1. I see.
Oh, did you / is it / was there / can they?
That’s interesting.
What you said is very interesting.
I didn’t know that.
Is that so?
Really?
Fancy that!
That’s a very good point.
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3. Choose / cross / underline / ring / find.
Choose the verb that best fits each sentence.
Choose the correct completion for each sentence.
Put a ring round the best alternative.
Underline the accented syllable in these words.
Put a line under the correct preposition.
Put a cross in the right box.
Find words in the text that mean the same as…
4. Construct / write / mark / combine / continue
Construct sentences using the words given.
Make sentences to show you understand the meaning of the following words.
Write appropriate answers to the following questions.
Combine each pair of sentences, using “although”.
Finish the dialogue.
Continue the conversation between Fred and Tom.
5. Write / summarize / explain / punctuate.
Write an essay of about 250 words on one of the following subjects.
Write an answer to Bill’s letter.
Begin: “Thanks for…”
Summarize the passage in not more than 100 words.
State Bill’s reasons for leaving in your own words.
Explain the meaning of the following words, as used in the passage.
Punctuate the following passage.
6. Now talk about yourself in the same way.
Continue in the same way.
Now say what you enjoy doing, using the ideas below.
Now ask for and give opinions on the following topics.
Now offer these people some advice.
Use these ideas to practise similar conversations.
Now you make some suggestions.
Talk about yourself. You may find these ideas useful .
CONVERSATION
1. I see.
Oh, did you / is it / was there / can they?
That’s interesting.
What you said is very interesting.
I didn’t know that.
Is that so?
Really?
Fancy that!
That’s a very good point.