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Урок 4. How to get it right.

Fluent Enflish
√ How to get it right.
√ Giving advice.
√ Phrasal verbs.





access ˈæksɛs  доступ
accessory əkˈsɛsəri  аксессуар
adjust əˈʤʌst  регулировать
apparently əˈpærəntli  по всей видимости
appreciate əˈpriːʃɪeɪt  ценить
bargain ˈbɑːgɪn  сделка
battered ˈbætəd  потрепанный
benefit ˈbɛnɪfɪt  выгода
borrow ˈbɒrəʊ  заимствовать
bottle bank ˈbɒtl bæŋk  контейнер для пустых бутылок
bring up brɪŋ ʌp  воспитывать
chore ʧɔː  случайная работа
claim kleɪm  Запрос
code kəʊd  код
confront kənˈfrʌnt  противостоять
consider kənˈsɪdə  рассматривать
council house ˈkaʊns(ə)l haʊs  Дом Советов
cuddly ˈkʌdli  приятный
cut off kʌt ɒf  отрезать
deal with diːl wɪð  иметь дело с
decorate ˈdɛkəreɪt  украшать
demand dɪˈmɑːnd  спрос
dig dɪg  копать
dilemma dɪˈlɛmə  дилемма
disagreeable ˌdɪsəˈgrɪəbl  неприятный
discipline ˈdɪsɪplɪn  дисциплина
disqualify dɪsˈkwɒlɪfaɪ  дисквалифицировать
domestic dəʊˈmɛstɪk  внутренний
drink-driving drɪŋk-ˈdraɪvɪŋ  вождение в нетрезвом виде
dump dʌmp  свалка
electronic ɪlɛkˈtrɒnɪk  электронный
enter ˈɛntə  войти
equipment ɪˈkwɪpmənt  оборудование
era ˈɪərə  эпоха
fair feə  Справедливая
fairground ride fairground raɪd  ярмарочных езды
fiancee fɪˈɑːnseɪ  невеста
footpath ˈfʊtpɑːθ  пешеходная дорожка
freeze friːz  замораживать
fuss fʌs  суетиться
gadget ˈgæʤɪt  приспособление
gain geɪn  усиление
get through gɛt θruː  пройти через
gift-wrap gɪft-ræp  подарочная упаковка
give in gɪv ɪn  уступать
go with the flow gəʊ wɪð ðə fləʊ  плыть по течению
great-grandmother greɪt-ˈgrænˌmʌðə  пра-прабабушка
greet griːt  приветствовать
hi-tech haɪ-tɛk  передовые технологии
in spite of ɪn spaɪt ɒv  несмотря на
iron ˈaɪən  железо
keep quiet kiːp ˈkwaɪət  соблюдайте тишину
lift lɪft  лифт
make meɪk  делать
match mæʧ  совпадение
medical ˈmɛdɪkəl  медицинская
menace ˈmɛnəs  угроза
military service ˈmɪlɪtəri ˈsɜːvɪs  военная служба
missionary ˈmɪʃnəri  миссионер
morals ˈmɒrəlz  нравы
naive nɑːˈiːv  наивный
open ˈəʊpən  открытый
optimist ˈɒptɪmɪst  оптимист
out of work aʊt ɒv wɜːk  из работы
permissible pəˈmɪsəbl  допустимый
pessimist ˈpɛsɪmɪst  пессимист
pick up pɪk ʌp  подбирать
point of view pɔɪnt ɒv vjuː  точка зрения
pump pʌmp  насос
punk pʌŋk  панк
push up pʊʃ ʌp  отжимание
put up with pʊt ʌp wɪð  смириться с
qualify ˈkwɒlɪfaɪ  квалифицировать
react ri(ː)ˈækt  реагировать
regard rɪˈgɑːd  Учитывая
remove rɪˈmuːv  Удалить
retell ˌriːˈtɛl  пересказать
row rəʊ  ряд
scary ˈskeəri  страшно
schooling ˈskuːlɪŋ  учеба в школе
servant ˈsɜːvənt  слуга
set an example sɛt ən ɪgˈzɑːmpl  подавать пример
set up sɛt ʌp  настроить
share ʃeə  доля
spread sprɛd  распространение
space station speɪs ˈsteɪʃən  космическая станция
stepfather ˈstɛpˌfɑːðə  отчим
strict strɪkt  строгий
strip strɪp  полоса
stuck stʌk  застрял
suit sjuːt  костюм
take after teɪk ˈɑːftə  походить на
take up teɪk ʌp  начать
tear teə  слеза
thrift θrɪft  бережливость
token ˈtəʊkən  знак
tonic ˈtɒnɪk  тоник
transform trænsˈfɔːm  преобразование
transport ˈtrænspɔːt  транспорт
treat triːt  рассматривать
valuable ˈvæljʊəbl  ценный
Victorian vɪkˈtɔːrɪən  Викторианский
wardrobe ˈwɔːdrəʊb  гардероб
wireless ˈwaɪəlɪs  беспроводной
woodwork ˈwʊdwɜːk изделия из дерева




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4.1 Discussing grammar
1 I don’t get on with my boss. Do you think I should look for another job?
2 We’re giving Tom a surprise birthday party. You mustn’t tell him about it.
3 Please Dad, can I go to Tom’s party? It’ll be great.
4 You have to drive on the left in Britain.
5 Do you have to wear a uniform in your job?
6 Are you allowed to take mobile phones to school?
7 I had to go to bed early when I was a child.
8 You don’t have to go to England to learn English, but it’s a good idea.



4.2 Giving advice Conversation 1
A Are you going to Charlotte’s party?
В I don’t know if I should go or not.
A What do you mean?
В Well, her parents are abroad and they told her she wasn’t allowed to have friends over while they were away.
A Oh, come on! You must come. It’s a party.
Everyone has parties when their parents are away. В Yeah, but her mum and dad are best friends with mine.
A Look. You don’t have to tell your mum and dad.
Just go to the party and help to clear up after.
В I’m not sure.

Conversation 2

A Do you see that woman over there?
В Yeah, what about her?
A She’s smoking!
В So?
A You’re not allowed to smoke in here.
В Well ...
A Do you think I should tell her to stop?
В No, no, you mustn’t say anything. It’s embarrassing. The waiter will tell her.
A No! I can’t just sit here. I must say something. Er - excuse me ...

Conversation 3

A I’m so mad!
В Why?
A I’ve got a parking ticket. I had to go to the shops for my dad and when I got back to the car there was a ticket on the windscreen.
В Oh, that’s bad luck!
A I think he should pay the fine.
В Who? Your dad? Why? He wasn’t driving.
A Yeah, but I was doing his shopping.
В But he didn’t tell you to park illegally.
A OK, OK, so it’s my fault. Er - I still think he should pay it.



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4.3 Great-grandma Alice
This is a story that my great-grandma Alice loved telling about her school days. She started school when she was 5 and, apparently, she was very bright. Anyway, that’s what she told us. And when she was
11 the teacher, Miss Fox, came to her and said: ‘Alice, you’ve learnt everything that I know. I can’t teach you any more now. But you’re not allowed to leave school until you’re 12 years old, so you’ll just have to sit at the back of the class.’ So that’s what Great-grandma Alice did. She sat at the back for a whole year and her dad, my great-great grandpa, was really angry ’cos he wanted her to be out earning money for the family. She was a domestic servant.




4.4 Rules for life

1 Millie
Well, so many teenagers seem to think life is about just one thing, you know - money and fame, they think it will bring them happiness. Honestly, I would hate to be famous. When I read the magazines, and see all the photos of these rich, famous film stars, footballers and the like, it frightens me. They can’t move without being followed and photographed. Often they’ve got to employ bodyguards. When
1 grow up I just want to enjoy my work, if I earn lots of money, fair enough, but if I don’t I’ll still be happy. I never want to be famous. That’s scary stuff.

2 Richard

My rule for life is that you only get out of life what you put in. I mean, you should never ask that question people always ask ‘Why are we here? What is the meaning of life?’ - you’ll never find the answer. You’ve got to give meaning to your life by what you do with your life -er ... and I think you can do this in all kinds of ways. It doesn’t matter
if you are president of your country or a rubbish collector - you have a place in the world, you have a part to play.

3 Frank

I believe you’ve got to look for the good in people and things. So many people of my age do nothing but complain about today’s world - oh, on and on they go about -ooh, how bad the traffic is, or how mobile phones are such a menace. Oh, and most of all they complain - about young people - they’re loud, they’re impolite, not like in the ‘good old days’. Well, I say ‘rubbish’ to all that. There’s always been good and bad in the world and I think we should look for the good. The rule I try to live by is find three things every day to be happy about.


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4.5 Spoken English
1 A ‘Isn’t your mum away at the moment?’
В ‘Uh, yeah, so Dad’s got to do all the cooking and I’ve got to do all the ironing.’
2 A ‘Where’s my briefcase? I’ve got to go to work’ В ‘It’s where you left it when you came home. In
the hall by the front door.’
3 A ‘Mum, why can’t I go out now?’
В ‘You’ve got to tidy your room first. Your friends will just have to wait.’
4 A ‘Won’t you be late for work?’
В ‘Oh, goodness. Look at the time I’ve got to go now. I mustn’t stay here chatting. We’ll catch up later. Bye!’




4.6 I Believe

I believe in bottle banks.
And beauty from within I believe in saying thanks And fresh air on the skin I believe in healthy walks As tonic for the feet I believe in serious talks And just enough to eat Chorus
That’s what I believe Surprising as it seems I believe that happiness Is well within our dreams I believe in being nice In spite of what you think I believe in good advice And not too much to drink I believe in being true In everything you try to do I believe in me and you I hope you share my point of view Chorus (repeat)
I believe in being kind Especially when it’s hard I believe an open mind Can show a fine regard I believe that manners make A person good to know I believe in birthday cake And going with the flow Chorus (repeat)
That’s what I believe Although it seems naive I believe that peace and love Are there to be achieved That’s what I believe...

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4.7 Phrasal verbs
1 A Who do you take after in your family?
   В Mmm ... I don’t think I take after anyone in particular. Mind you the older I get, the more I think I’m like my mother. Humh ...!
2 A Do you get on well with both your parents?
   В Yes, I do. Most of the time. I do a lot of stuff with my dad. Football and things.
3 A Have you recently taken up any new sports or hobbies?
   В Me? No! My life’s too busy already!
4 A Do you often look up words in your dictionary?
   В Sometimes, if I’m really stuck.
5 A Are you looking forward to going on holiday soon?
   В I wish! I’ve just been on holiday so I’ve got to wait till Christmas now.
6 A Do you pick up foreign languages easily?
   В Well, I picked up Italian quite easily when I was living in Milan but I already knew French, so I think that helped a bit.
7 A Have you got any bad habits that you want to
give up?
   В Yes, I bite my nails. I just can’t stop and I’m a teacher so I have to hide my hands from the kids ’cos I don’t want to set a bad example.





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4.10 Conversation 1
A Hello, it’s me again. I’ve just remembered that I have a doctor’s appointment in the morning. Could we possibly make it lunch instead of coffee?
В Erm ..., no problem. I can do lunch too. How about 12.30 in the usual restaurant?

Conversation 2

A Would you mind if we didn’t go out for a drink after work? I want to watch the match on TV.
В Hey, we could have a drink at Bar Metro. They have a huge screen. We could both watch the match there.
A You’re on. A great idea.

Conversation 3

A So, anyway, there I was just finishing my report, when suddenly the boss calls me into his office and he starts ...
В Sorry darling, I really do want to hear all about it, but the baby’s crying. Do you think you could go and check him? He might need changing.

Conversation 4

A Help! Urgh ... I don’t know what’s gone wrong with my computer. The screen’s frozen again.
В I’ll try and fix it if you like. I’m quite good with computers.
A Oh, go ahead. Be my guest. I’ve had it with this machine!

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