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Урок 9. HW. It Depends How you take it.

Курсы изучения разговорного английского языка
√ Billy's story
√ When was she born.
√ Conditionals.
√ A social conscience.



action-packed ˈækʃ(ə)n-pækt остросюжетные
addict ˈædɪkt зависимый
ages ˈeɪʤɪz возраст
arrest əˈrɛst арестовать
ashamed əˈʃeɪmd совестно
balance ˈbæləns баланс
bear with beə wɪð терпеть
blood blʌd кровь
bother ˈbɒðə беспокоить
brainstorm ˈbreɪnstɔːm мозговой штурм
buddy ˈbʌdi приятель
bully ˈbʊli задира
bump into bʌmp ˈɪntuː врезаться
burglary ˈbɜːgləri кража со взломом
clean up kliːn ʌp убирать
clear klɪə Чисто
convict ˈkɒnvɪkt осужденный
counsellor ˈkaʊns(ə)lə консультант
curious ˈkjʊərɪəs любопытный
determined dɪˈtɜːmɪnd определенный
digit ˈdɪʤɪt цифра
dozen ˈdʌzn дюжина
dysfunctional dɪsˈfʌŋkʃən(ə)l дисфункциональный
economize i(ː)ˈkɒnəmaɪz экономить
effective ɪˈfɛktɪv эффективный
eldest ˈɛldɪst самый старший
encounter ɪnˈkaʊntə столкновение
enter ˈɛntə войти
explode ɪksˈpləʊd взорваться
faceless ˈfeɪsləs безликий
find fault faɪnd fɔːlt придираться
fraud frɔːd мошенничество
get through to gɛt θruː tuː достучаться до
grin grɪn усмешка
gym ʤɪm Гимнастический зал
hand over hænd ˈəʊvə сдавать
head teacher hɛd ˈtiːʧə директор школы
heroin ˈhɛrəʊɪn героин
hit rock bottom hɪt rɒk ˈbɒtəm уныние
homeless ˈhəʊmlɪs бездомный
imprisonment ɪmˈprɪznmənt лишение свободы
in touch ɪn tʌʧ на связи
jail ʤeɪl тюрьма
knock over nɒk ˈəʊvə опрокинуть
letter box ˈlɛtə bɒks почтовый ящик
light laɪt легкий
limit ˈlɪmɪt предел
litter bin ˈlɪtə bɪn Урна для мусора
locate ləʊˈkeɪt разместить
make a scene meɪk ə siːn устраивать сцену
mind your own business maɪnd jɔːr əʊn ˈbɪznɪs занимайтесь своим делом
ordinary ˈɔːdnri обычный
outburst ˈaʊtbɜːst взрыв
over the moon ˈəʊvə ðə muːn на седьмом небе
overdrawn ˌəʊvəˈdrɔːn превышен
passer-by ˈpɑːsəˈbaɪ прохожий
penniless ˈpɛnɪlɪs бедный
phone in fəʊn ɪn телефон в
play truant pleɪ ˈtru(ː)ənt прогуливать
prison ˈprɪzn тюрьма
protect prəˈtɛkt защищать
punishment ˈpʌnɪʃmənt наказание
purpose ˈpɜːpəs цель
pursue pəˈsjuː проводить
queue kjuː очередь
receipt rɪˈsiːt квитанция
register ˈrɛʤɪstə регистр
rehabilitate ˌriːəˈbɪlɪteɪt реабилитировать
release rɪˈliːs выпуск
relieved rɪˈliːvd облегчение
restorative justice rɪsˈtɒrətɪv ˈʤʌstɪs восстановительное правосудие
rude ruːd грубый
scruffy ˈskrʌfi грязный
shop-lift ʃɒp-lɪft магазин подъемник
social worker ˈsəʊʃəl ˈwɜːkə социальный работник
stitch stɪʧ стежка
stop dead stɒp dɛd резко остановиться
storm off stɔːm ɒf штурмовать от
stuff stʌf материал
stunned stʌnd ошеломлен
suspect ˈsʌspɛkt подозреваемый
temperature ˈtɛmprɪʧə температура
theft θɛft кража
timid ˈtɪmɪd робкий
tremble ˈtrɛmbl дрожать
urban ˈɜːbən городской
VAT væt НДС
victim ˈvɪktɪm жертва
violence ˈvaɪələns насилие



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Script.

UNIT 9
T. 9.1 Billy’s story
1 I’d organize a school day which tried to educate everyone about bullying, and I’d invite social workers, police, and psychologists.
2 I’d get my dad to speak to those ... if I was older, I’d speak to them myself!
3  I’d ask Billy to try to understand the bullies. I’d get all the parents to meet together.
4 I’d move house so we could change his school and start again somewhere new.
5 I’d get really angry and bang the bullies’ heads together.
6 I’d run away.

T. 9.3
1 If they’d understood, he wouldn’t have run away.
2 If he’d gone to Kidcare, he could have talked about his problems.
3 If he hadn’t left, Billy might have felt more secure.
4 If they hadn’t threatened him, he wouldn’t have run away.

T. 9.4 You’re an idiot!
1 ‘I went walking in the mountains for three days with no food or equipment.’
‘You’re an idiot! You could have died! You could have starved to death or died of cold!’

2 ‘I didn’t feel like going to work so I phoned in sick. I went shopping instead.’
You’re such an idiot! Your boss might have seen you. You could have got the sack.’

3 ‘I had a temperature of 102, but I went out dancing all night.’
‘That’s so stupid! You could have been really ill. You should have gone to bed.’

4 ‘I told Sally I couldn’t see her, then went out to the pub with Danielle.’
‘That was a really dumb thing to do! Sally might have seen you in the pub.’

5 ‘I used to be really good at tennis, I was an under-14 champion, but then I gave it all up.’ ‘That’s such a shame! You might have been
a champion! You might even have won Wimbledon.’

T. 9.5 A social conscience
1 I was in the bank the other day, and waiting in a queue. I’d just reached the front of the queue when this guy jumped in front of me and said ‘I just need to ask a quick question.’ I wasn’t very happy and I hate making a scene, so I let him.
But then it started taking ages. He looked back at me and grinned. He was so pleased with himself and I was just furious! What could I do? I said nothing.

2 I was in the park, right, and there was this woman with three kids. She’d obviously had a bad day, yeah, she’d just been shouting at the kids for messing around. One of the kids, the eldest boy, about eight, bumped into his little sister and knocked her over. The mother turned on this kid, the boy, and she hit him really hard. I went over to her and told her to stop. She told me to mind my own business, and said some very rude words and stormed off, screaming at the poor boy. He was just a kid!

3 My neighbour always lets his dog do his ... you know ... business right by my front door, and I always clean it up, day after day, because it just stinks! So the other day I asked him if he could get his dog to do its business somewhere else, or could he pick it up because I didn’t like it right by my front door. He was absolutely horrible, and said he’d put it in my letter box from now on! So
I suppose I’ll just carry on picking it up. What else can I do?

4 I was on the bus the other day. There was just me and a couple of kids. These two kids had their feet on the seat in front of them, so I asked them to put their feet down. These kids, they must have been about sixteen or seventeen, came over to me, pushed me onto the floor, and started kicking me. I’ve got bruises everywhere! I’ve only just been able to walk again!

5 I was walking down the street coining home from work about ten at night, it was dark, and this guy jumped out of nowhere and said ‘Gimme your wallet and phone!’ He had a knife, which he had right up against my nose. I didn’t say anything. I was just terrified! I thought he was going to kill me. I just handed over both and he ran away. I was trembling for ten minutes. I couldn’t move. I’ve never been so frightened in all my life.

T. 9.6 Spoken English

1 Alice isn’t here. She’s just gone.
2 I’m sorry I’m in a bad mood. I’m just tired, that’s all.
3 I just love your new coat!
4 I’ve just finished the most wonderful book. You must read it!
5 I don’t want any wine. Just a glass of water, please.
6 John’s so generous. I think he’s just amazing!
7 ‘Who’s coming tonight?’ ‘Just me.’
8 Hold on a minute. I’m just going to the loo.

T. 9.7 Dealing with money
1 A Here’s your bill.
   В Thank you. Is service included?
   A No, it isn’t. I hope you enjoyed your meal.
2 A How much is a standard room?
   В £55 per night.
   A Does that include everything?
3 A I’ll pay for the tickets with my MasterCard.
   В Can you give me your number?
4 A Could you give me the balance on my
   account?
   В Sure. Tell me your account number
5 A Can I have a gin and tonic and two glasses of
   white wine, please?
   В Sure. That’s £14.50.
   В Thank you.
   A And here’s your change. 50p.
T. 9.8 A Here’s your bill.
   В Thank you. Is service included?
   A No, it isn’t. I hope you enjoyed your meal.
   В It was lovely, thank you.
   A Can you put in your PIN number, and then press ENTER? And here’s your card and your receipt.
   В Thanks. That’s for you.
   A That’s very kind of you. I hope to see you again soon.
   В Bye!

2 A How much is a standard room?
   В 55 pounds per night.
   A Does that include everything?
   В That includes the room for two people, but it doesn’t include breakfast.
   A That’s extra, is it?
   В Yes, I’m afraid it is. But the £55 does include VAT.

3 A I’ll pay for the tickets with my MasterCard.
   В Can you give me your number?
   A 5484 6922 3171 2435.
   В What’s the expiry date?
   A 09 12.
   В And the start date?
   A 10 07.
   В And the three digit security number on the back?
   A 721.

4 A Could you give me the balance on my
   account?
   В Sure. Tell me your account number.
   A 4033 2614 7900.
   В Bear with me one moment. The current cleared balance on that account is £542.53 in credit.

5 A Can I have a gin and tonic and two glasses of white wine, please?
   В Sure ...That’s £14.50.
   A Thank you.
   В And here’s your change. 50p.
   A Thanks. Er ... How much did I give you? I think you’ve made a mistake!
   В Sorry?
   A I think you must have made a mistake. I gave you £20, but you’ve given me change for 15.
   В No, I don’t think so.
   A Well, I’m pretty sure I gave you a twenty- pound note.
   В Oh, did you? Er ... sorry about that. Here you are.
   A Thanks.