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Руководство к выполнению контрольной работы № 1

  1. Общие требования

Контрольная работа является элементом текущего контроля и оценка за нее учитывается при выставлении общего балла аттестации (в соответствии с Положением о кредитно-рейтинговой системе контроля успеваемости студентов). Выполнение контрольной работы также способствует эффективной подготовке к проверочному тесту (аттестационной работе), который проводится в рамках аудиторных занятий.

Контрольная работа представлена в двух вариантах, вариант для выполнения назначается преподавателем.

Контрольная работа выполняется студентами самостоятельно, в рамках внеаудиторной работы, в течение периода, предшествующего первой аттестации.

Контрольная работа должна быть выполнена письменно в отдельной тетради и написана от руки.

Аудиофайл, необходимый для выполнения контрольной работы включен в набор файлов, входящих в состав архива. Прослушивание необходимо начинать с 9.40 минут.

Сроки сдачи контрольной работы № 1: до 9 октября 2015 года.

  1. Лексический минимум, необходимый для выполнения контрольной работы и подготовке к аттестации (Word Bank)

  1. marriage

  2. fall in love

  3. date

  4. fiancée (bride)

  5. groom

  6. to accept proposal

  7. the engagement

  8. wedding

  9. honeymoon trip

  10. twins

  11. to take after sb (resemble)

  12. divorce

  13. spouse

  14. detached house

  15. country mansion

  16. furnish

  17. adjacent room

  18. chest for drawers

  19. coatrack

  20. cooker hood

  21. spacious

  22. wall unit

  23. cold and warm tap

  24. wardrobe

  25. crammed up with furniture

  26. to afford

  27. trolley

  28. to display in the racks

  29. transparent wrappings

  30. bargain

  31. check-out

  32. cashier

  33. compile a shopping list

  34. the change

  35. salesgirl

  36. picturesque places

  37. passenger

  38. book a ticket beforehand

  39. convenient

  40. to take off

  41. free of charge

  42. compartment

  43. to entertain (entertainment facilities)

  44. hire a car

  45. journey

  46. travel on business, travel for pleasure

  47. picturesque places

  48. booking office

  49. schedule

  50. advantage, disadvantage

  1. Текстовый материал для выполнения контрольной работы и подготовки к аттестации

Тема: My Family

My Family

Our family is not very large. I have a father, a brother and a sister. We all live together in a new flat in one of the industrial districts of Tyumen region.

My father Igor Ivanovich is 45 years old. He is a tall and well-built man with short black hair and grey eyes. He works at an automobile firm as an engineer. He likes his work and spends most of his time there. By character my father is a quiet man, while my mother is energetic and talkative. Her name is Olga Petrovna. She is a teacher of English and knows many foreign languages. My mother always has a lot of work to do about the house and at school. She is a busy woman and we all help her.

My sister's name is Alla. Like her mother Alla has blue eyes and lovely fair hair. She is a very good-looking girl. Alla is three years younger than me. She is a pupil of the 10th form. She does well at school and gets only good and excellent marks.

My name is Tanya. Last year I left school and entered the University.

Our family is very united. We like to spend time together. In the evenings we watch TV, read books and newspapers, listen to music or just talk about the events of the day. We often go to the village where our grandparents live. They are old-aged pensioners now but prefer to live in the country.

My grand-grandmother is still alive. She lives in my grandmother's family and is always glad to see us. She is in poor health and asks us to come and see her more often.

I also have many other relatives: uncles, aunts, cousins and many friends. We are happy when we are together.

Family Life

Marriage is a thing which only a rare person in his or her life avoids. True bachelors and spinsters make up only a small percent of the population; most single people are “alone but not lonely”.

Millions of others get married because of the fun of family life. And it is fun, if one takes it with a sense of humour.

There’s a lot of fun in falling in love with someone and chasing the prospective fiancee, which means dating and going out with the candidate. All the relatives (parents, grandparents and great-grand-parents, brothers and sisters, cousins, aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews, stepmothers and stepfathers and all in-laws) meanwhile have the fun of criticizing your choice and giving advice. The trick here is not to listen to them but propose to your bride-to-be and somehow get her to accept your proposal. Then you may arrange the engagement and fix the day of the wedding.

What fun it is to get all those things, whose names start with the word “wedding” – dress, rings, cars, flowers, cakes, etc.! It’s great fun to pay for them.

It’s fun for the bride and the groom to escape from the guests and go on a honeymoon trip, especially if it is a wedding present from the patents. The guests remain with the fun of gossiping whether you married for love or for money.

It’s fun to return back home with the idea that the person you are married to is somewhat different from the one you knew. But there is no time to think about it because you are newly-weds and you expect a baby.

There is no better fun for a husband than taking his wife to a ma­ternity home alone and bringing her back with the twins or triplets.

And this is where the greatest fun starts: washing the new-born’s nappies and passing away sleepless nights, earning money to keep the family, taking children to kindergarten and later to school. By all means it’s fun to attend parents’ meetings and to learn that your children take after you and don’t do well at school.

The bigger your children grow, the more they resemble you out­wardly and the less they display likeness with you inwardly. And you start grumbling at them and discussing with your old friends the problem of the “generation gap”. What fun!

And when at last you and your grey-haired spouse start thinking that your family life has calmed down, you haven’t divorced but pre­served your union, the climax of your fun bursts out!

One of your dearest offsprings brings a long-legged blonde to your house and says that he wants to marry. And you think: “Why do people ever get married?”

Тема: My Home

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