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DO YOU KNOW ENGLISH WELL?

Выполнила

учитель английского языка

Костомаркина

Юлия Юрьевна

МБОУ «Ленинская

СОШ №2

им. А.В. Чихирева

The world of jobs

SPORTS

GREAT BRITAIN

Speech etiquette

THE WORLD OF JOBS

  • Guess the profession of a person whose job is to work with electricity.
  • a teacher c) a fashion model
  • an electrician d) an architect

An electrician

Guess the profession of a person who mends

or pulls out bad teeth.

  • a dentist c) a hairdresser
  • b) a librarian d) an accountant

A dentist

Choose the appropriate word.

If she works hard, the company will give her … to a more responsible position.

  • promotes c) promotion
  • promoted d) promotional

Choose the appropriate word.

If she works hard, the company will give her … to a more responsible position.

  • promotes c) promotion
  • promoted d) promotional

Choose the appropriate word.

In a different job he could get a higher salary and better conditions of … .

  • employed c) employer
  • employment d) employable

Choose the appropriate word.

In a different job he could get a higher salary and better conditions of … .

  • employed c) employer
  • employment d) employable

Match the words and the translation.

  • full-time job a) браться за работу
  • part-time job b)работа на полной ставке
  • to take on a job c)быть без работы
  • to be out of a job d)работа на полставки

Match the words and the translation.

  • full-time job a) работа на полной ставке
  • part-time job b) работа на полставки
  • to take on a job c) браться за работу
  • to be out of a job d) быть без работы

Match the words and the translation.

  • manual work а) брать подработку
  • to take on extra work b) физический труд
  • physical work c) ручной труд
  • skilled work d) квалифицированный
  • труд

Match the words and the translation.

  • manual work а) ручной труд
  • to take on extra work b) брать подработку
  • physical work c) физический труд
  • skilled work d) квалифицированный
  • труд

Open the brackets and fill in the appropriate form of the verb.

I _____________ (to work) in the office since the morning.

Open the brackets and fill in the appropriate form of the verb.

I have been working in the office since the morning.

Open the brackets and fill in the appropriate form of the verb.

The building workers _______________ (to pay) their wages every Friday.

Open the brackets and fill in the appropriate form of the verb.

The building workers are paid their wages every Friday.

Choose the correct variant.

A (barber\ hairdresser) is a person who cuts, washes and styles women’s hair.

Choose the correct variant.

A hairdresser is a person who cuts, washes and styles women’s hair.

Choose the correct variant.

A (police officer\ lawyer) is a person who can help people with the law or talk for them in a court.

Choose the correct variant.

A lawyer is a person who can help people with the law or talk for them in a court.

Write the definition.

A vet

A teacher

Write the definition.

A nurse

A fireman

SPORTS

The sport of swimming under water using special equipment to help you breathe.

  • water polo c) cycling
  • rowing d) diving

diving

The sport in which two people fight by holding each other and trying to make each other fall to the ground.

  • cross-country skiing c) swimming
  • b) wrestling d) draught

wrestling

The sport of fighting while wearing big leather gloves.

  • aerobics c) boxing
  • rowing d) archery

Boxing

The sport of lifting specially shaped pieces of metal that weigh an exact amount.

  • weightlifting c) fencing
  • yachting d) climbing

WEIGHTLIFTING

Choose the correct variant.

An\a (instructor \ referee) is a person who teaches a sport or practical skill.

An instructor

Choose the correct variant.

A (coach\ judge) is a person who decides on the result of a competition.

A judge

Match the names of sports and games with the names of the things.

  • Basketball a) skates
  • Ice hockey b) a ball and a ring
  • Figure skating c) a stick and a puck
  • Rowing d) a boat
  • Golf e) a club and a ball

Match the names of sports and games with the names of the things.

  • Basketball a) a ball and a ring
  • Ice hockey b) a stick and a puck
  • Figure skating c) skates
  • Rowing d) a boat
  • Golf e) a club and a ball

Match the names of sports and games with the names of the things.

  • Tennis a) a yacht
  • Badminton b) a chessboard
  • Chess c) boxing gloves
  • Sailing d) rackets and a ball
  • Boxing e) a shuttlecock and
  • rackets

Match the names of sports and games with the names of the things.

  • Tennis a) rackets and a ball
  • Badminton b) a shuttlecock and
  • rackets

  • Chess c) a chessboard
  • Sailing d) yacht
  • 5. Boxing e) boxing gloves

Describe the game.

CHESS

Describe the game.

Football

GREAT BRITAIN

What river does London stand on?

  • the Severn c) the Thames
  • the Trent d) the Potomac

The Thames

How many countries does the UK consist of?

  • 3 c) 5
  • b) 4 d) 6

How is the most important business part of London called?

  • the Town c) the Country
  • the City d) the Capital

The City

What is the largest park in London?

  • Green Park c) Hyde Park
  • St. James Park d) Regent’s Park

HYDE PARK

Choose the correct variant.

The famous place where every person can speak on any theme is (Hyde Park \ Piccadilly Circus).

Choose the correct variant.

The famous place where every person can speak on any theme is Hyde Park.

Choose the correct variant.

(The National Gallery \ Nelson’s Column) is situated in the centre of Trafalgar Square.

Nelson’s Column

Write the articles where necessary.

  • _______ United Kingdom
  • _______ Trafalgar Square
  • _______ Westminster Abbey
  • _______ British Museum

Write the articles where necessary.

  • the United Kingdom
  • ______Trafalgar Square
  • ______ Westminster Abbey
  • d) the British Museum

Write the articles where necessary.

  • _________ Lake District
  • _________ Stonehenge
  • _________ City
  • _________ Tower of London

Write the articles where necessary.

  • the Lake District
  • _______ Stonehenge
  • the City
  • the Tower of London

Answer the question.

When somebody says “London”, what famous places first come

to your mind?

Answer the question.

When somebody says “Great Britain”, what famous places first come to your mind?

Who is the head of state in Great Britain?

  • a monarch c) the House of Commons
  • a prime minister d) the House of Lords

Who is the head of state in Great Britain?

  • a monarch c) the House of Commons
  • a prime minister d) the House of Lords

Who is the present monarch of Great Britain?

  • Prince Charles c) Queen Elizabeth I
  • Prince Henry d) Queen Elizabeth II

QUEEN ELIZABETH II

Who is the present Prime Minister of Great Britain?

  • Margaret Thatcher c) John Major
  • David Cameron d) James Callaghan

Where does the monarch of Great Britain live?

  • in Buckingham Palace c) in the White House
  • in Westminster Abbey d) in the Tower of
  • London

Buckingham Palace

Match the words on the left and on the right.

  • official a) close relations
  • to attract b) tourists
  • national c) residences
  • to have d) identity

Match the words on the left and on the right.

  • official a) residences
  • to attract b) tourists
  • national c) identity
  • to have d) close relations

Match the words on the left and on the right.

  • ceremonial a) one another
  • differ from b) days
  • to follow c) visits
  • medieval d) the traditions

Match the words on the left and on the right.

  • ceremonial a) visits
  • differ from b) one another
  • to follow c) the traditions
  • medieval d) days

Choose the appropriate variant.

Oliver Cromwell … the Parliament and … the Lord Protector of England.

  • was dissolving, became
  • will dissolve, will become
  • was dissolved, was become
  • dissolved, became

Choose the appropriate variant.

Oliver Cromwell dissolved the Parliament and became the Lord Protector of England.

Choose the appropriate variant.

Under the British Constitution the Monarch … the head of the state but the power … by the British Parliament.

  • remains, is limited
  • is remained, limits
  • remains, limits
  • is remained, is limited

Choose the appropriate variant.

Under the British Constitution the Monarch remains the head of the state but the power is limited by the British Parliament.

Speech etiquette

Choose the correct answer.

Can I speak to Sam, please?

  • No problem.
  • Hold the line, please.
  • That doesn’t matter.
  • He’s fine. Thank you.

Choose the correct answer.

Can I speak to Sam, please?

  • No problem.
  • Hold the line, please.
  • That doesn’t matter.
  • He’s fine. Thank you.

Choose the correct answer.

I’m cold.

  • I think, I’ll have the same.
  • Is it my turn?
  • Do you really like it?
  • Shall I close the window?

Choose the correct answer.

I’m cold.

  • I think, I’ll have the same.
  • Is it my turn?
  • Do you really like it?
  • Shall I close the window?

Choose the correct answer.

Hello, Walter! What’s up?

  • Someone has stolen my bike.
  • It’s nice to see you.
  • The same to you.
  • Yes, I’d love one.

Choose the correct answer.

Hello, Walter! What’s up?

  • Someone has stolen my bike.
  • It’s nice to see you.
  • The same to you.
  • Yes, I’d love one.

Choose the correct answer.

I suppose there are few good shows on television.

  • Just so.
  • No, thank you. I’ve had a lot.
  • My best wishes.
  • You are very kind.

Choose the correct answer.

I suppose there are few good shows on television.

  • Just so.
  • No, thank you. I’ve had a lot.
  • My best wishes.
  • You are very kind.

Choose the correct answer.

How’s your Dad?

  • Thanks, you too.
  • Fine. And how are you?
  • Nice to hear that.
  • Congratulations.

Choose the correct answer.

How’s your Dad?

  • Thanks, you too.
  • Fine. And how are you?
  • Nice to hear that.
  • Congratulations.

Choose the correct answer.

Have a nice weekend.

  • Anytime.
  • I’m glad you enjoyed it.
  • The same to you.
  • I’m sorry.

Choose the correct answer.

Have a nice weekend.

  • Anytime.
  • I’m glad you enjoyed it.
  • The same to you.
  • I’m sorry.

Choose the correct answer.

Would you mind telling me why he doesn’t

go to the cinema?

1) It’s nice to see you to.

2) You’re welcome.

3) He looks wonderful.

4) I have no idea I’m afraid.

Choose the correct answer.

Would you mind telling me why he doesn’t

go to the cinema?

1) It’s nice to see you to.

2) You’re welcome.

3) He looks wonderful.

4) I have no idea I’m afraid.

Choose the correct answer.

I’m awfully sorry. I’ve torn your book.

  • You are welcome.
  • That doesn’t matter.
  • I don’t like reading now.
  • I wish I could but I can’t.

Choose the correct answer.

I’m awfully sorry. I’ve torn your book.

  • You are welcome.
  • That doesn’t matter.
  • I don’t like reading now.
  • I wish I could but I can’t.

What do you say when …

  • You don’t know how to spell the word.
  • There is no chalk in the classroom.

What do you say when …

1) You apologize for missing the lesson.

2) You have a problem losing your voice.

Thank you for your attention!