# The World around Us. Любинская Н.А. - 13 стр.

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4. award d. shooter
5. wage e. programmer
6. wine f. solver
7. law g. importer
8 trouble h. taker
III. These words are different parts of speech and they are pronounced differ-
ently. Explain the difference and continue the list.
survey survey
contact contact
increase increase
present present
C. Making a Summary
How will you start? The most typical beginnings are “This text tells us about…”
or if it is more formal “The subject (the focus) of the text is…”
You can start with the paragraph taken from the middle or the end of the text,
for example: “Ten years ago, candidates could win a top job with the right
look…
Cut the text into logical parts. These parts can consist of one or several para-
graphs, arranged in a suitable order. You should always try to stick to the plan.
Here is the plan but the items have been mixed up. Arrange them in the appro-
priate order:
1. The cost of choosing the wrong candidate.
2. New methods of testing.
3. What were the things like ten years ago?
4. “Intangible qualities”.
Summarize the text in 12–14 simple sentences. You task is:
1. to convey the main idea;
2. to prove your statements with appropriate information;
3. to use new vocabulary.
D. Follow-up
1. What do you think about new hiring policies? Are they really more effi-
cient?
2. Have you sent your Resumes to any companies?
3. Have you ever been invited to interviews?
4. What useful recommendations does the text give potential employees?
5. How do you understand the title? Do you agree that decisions in employ-
ment really are “mind over matter”?
E. Writing
Write your Resume to one of multinational companies working in your city.
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 4.    award                               d.    shooter
5.    wage                                e.    programmer
6.    wine                                f.    solver
7.    law                                 g.    importer
8     trouble                             h.    taker
III.   These words are different parts of speech and they are pronounced differ-
ently. Explain the difference and continue the list.
survey                            survey
contact                           contact
increase                          increase
present                           present

C. Making a Summary
How will you start? The most typical beginnings are “This text tells us about…”
or if it is more formal “The subject (the focus) of the text is…”
You can start with the paragraph taken from the middle or the end of the text,
for example: “Ten years ago, candidates could win a top job with the right
look…
Cut the text into logical parts. These parts can consist of one or several para-
graphs, arranged in a suitable order. You should always try to stick to the plan.
Here is the plan but the items have been mixed up. Arrange them in the appro-
priate order:
1.      The cost of choosing the wrong candidate.
2.      New methods of testing.
3.      What were the things like ten years ago?
4.      “Intangible qualities”.
Summarize the text in 12–14 simple sentences. You task is:
1.      to convey the main idea;
2.      to prove your statements with appropriate information;
3.      to use new vocabulary.

D.     Follow-up
1.     What do you think about new hiring policies? Are they really more effi-
cient?
2.     Have you sent your Resumes to any companies?
3.     Have you ever been invited to interviews?
4.     What useful recommendations does the text give potential employees?
5.     How do you understand the title? Do you agree that decisions in employ-
ment really are “mind over matter”?

E.    Writing
Write your Resume to one of multinational companies working in your city.

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