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Выполнение и оформление контрольных заданий

Согласно учебному плану вуза студент выполняет один вариант контрольного задания. Контрольные задания следует выполнять в отдельной тетради с полями для заметок и исправлений рецензента. Перед выполнением контрольного задания студенты должны самостоятельно ознакомиться с грамматическим материалом, предусмотренным тематическим планом. Аудиторная работа под руководством преподавателя предусматривает проведение групповых занятий различного характера (установочные, контрольно-закрепительные и др.).

При оформлении контрольной работы студенты на обложке тетради указывают свою фамилию, группу, шифр зачетной книжки и номер контрольной работы. Контрольные задания должны выполняться аккуратно, четким почерком, темными чернилами или в напечатанном виде (на формате А4). Каждое задание нужно списывать целиком и оставлять на странице широкие поля для замечаний, объяснений и методических указаний рецензента.


Выполнение задания

Поля для замечаний

Вариант контрольного задания определяется по последней цифре зачетной книжки: цифры 1. 2, 3, 4, 5 соответствуют 1-му варианту, цифры: 6, 7, 8, 9 и 0 - 2-му варианту. Полностью выполненные задания в установленные сроки отправляются в вуз для проверки и рецензирования. Если контрольное задание выполнено без соблюдения выше изложенных рекомендаций, оно возвращается студенту без проверки.

Исправление задания на основе рецензии

При получении от рецензента проверенного контрольного задания внимательно прочитайте рецензию, ознакомьтесь с замечаниями рецензента и проанализируйте отмеченные в работе ошибки. Все предложения, в которых были обнаружены орфографические и грамматические ошибки или неточности перевода, перепишите начисто в конце данного контрольного задания.

Вариант № 1

1. Match the following descriptions with the types of hotels given in the box.

1.resort hotel

2. motel

3. country house hotel

4. commercial hotel

5. airport hotel

6. luxury hotel

7. congress hotel

8. guest house

  1. It is built specially to provide a service to motorists.

  2. It provides every facility a wealthy guest might need.

  3. It is situated in a place where tourists like to stay, often near the sea.

  4. It provides accommodation for people going or to coming from other countries, usually only staying for one night.

  5. It is often situated in a town centre, and provides accommodation for travelling businessmen, staying only one or two nights.

  6. It provides facilities for large meetings and conferences, with a lecture theatre and exhibition facilities.

  7. It provides low-priced accommodation for holiday visitors or for long-stay guests.

  8. It is situated in pleasant scenery and provides accommodation for people who want to relax in a quiet place.

2. Use the clues to fill in the missing letters in these words.

  1. The passage between several rooms. C_ _ _ _ _ _ _

  2. Guests can buy newspapers and magazines here. K_ _ _ _

  3. Here you can sit outside your bedroom in the sun. B_ _ _ _ _ _

  4. Bedding and clothes are cleaned here. L_ _ _ _ _ _

  5. The entrance hall. L_ _ _ _

3. Complete the sentences. Use these words.

Charge, includes, responsible, after, under

  1. The Assistant Manager is …….. for the day-to-day running of the hotel.

  2. We have three receptionists who work ……..the Head Receptionist.

  3. The Head Housekeeper is in ……..of the chambermaids and cleaners.

  4. We have four bar operatives, looking ………the bars in the hotel.

  5. The Restaurant Section ……….both restaurant and bar service.

4. Fill in the gaps

1. We gave the guide good … because she made the visit so interesting

a) tips b) salary c) commission d) price

2. The … voyage to the centre of London takes forty-five minutes.

  1. voyage b) vacation c) cruised d) journey

3. … is not usually expected in Australia except in restaurants where one should add 10% to the bill.

a) Reservation b) Eating out c) Tipping d) Booking

5. Put the words in the correct order.


2. from/Can/speak to/room/ I /123/Mr.Brighton?

3. afraid/I’m/he/out/is/moment/at/the.

4. Pity/is/a/It. We/have/tables/don’t/any/tonight/for/left

5. Long/How/going/are/to/you/stay?

6. Give the possible guests’ replies.

1. –What can I do for you? -

2.–How long are you going to stay? -

3.- Will you give me your passport, please?-

4.-Would you like a single or a double room? -

7.Choose the correct words to complete the dialogue.

Waiter: Good evening, sir. Would/do you like a table for two?

Guest: Yes, please

W. Do you like/have a reservation?

G. Yes, I do. My/our name is Tulip.

W. Ah, yes. A table for/on two in/at 7 o’clock.

G. That’s right.

W. Where would/are you like to sit?

G. Closer to the band, if possible.

W. Come this way, please. I’ll show you to/with your table.

8. Read the text

A campaign to promote a tourist destination takes a lot of careful planning. First, you have to decide exactly what your region offers to visitors – the weather, the natural features (beaches, mountains, scenery), the culture, historical buildings, etc.

Next, you need to identify your target market. This means knowing who your customers are. What are they interested in? How much money will they spend?

Then you need to decide on the objectives for your campaign. Are you trying to attract new visitors, keep your existing customers, or raise awareness about your region? After that, you need to decide the best way to communicate your message. What’s the best way to promote your region – advertising, cultural events, etc.? Finally, you need to plan your resources – this means how much money, how much time, and how many people. Think about all the activities within your campaign, give each one a budget (money), a schedule (time), and the people to make sure it happens.

Finish the sentence

Are you trying to attract new visitors, keep your existing customers, or raise awareness about …


your city your country your town your region

9. Read the text below and decide whether the information in sentences 1-6 is TRUE, FALSE or NOT GIVEN.

Visit the island state of TASMANIA

Getting there

Tasmania is well serviced by air, but the cost of flights varies enormously, so make sure you shop around for the best price. The over-sea route to Tasmania is covered by two fast ships from Melbourne. These vessels offer an overnight service in both directions, seven days a week, all year round, with additional daytime services in the high season (December-January). Ships also sail from Sydney and ticket prices vary seasonally. The ferry takes cars and motorbikes.

Getting around

Coach services link all the main towns, as well as bus tours geared for independent travellers, though services can be limited in the low season, so check with the bus company. Cycling is a good option for people with strong legs, and several excellent tours cater for cyclists throughout the island. Car rental is sometimes the best choice to go further and at your own pace. For general info on getting around Tasmania, contact Tourism Tasmania (03) 6230 8235.

1. It is a good idea to investigate the airfares carefully.

2. There is a reduced ferry service from Melbourne in December.

3. The price of travelling by boat from Sydney is the same throughout the year.

4. There is a charge for transporting vehicles.

5. The buses may run less frequently when there are fewer visitors.

6. Renting a car is recommended for longer trips.

10. Ask questions according to the model:

You'd like to know if it is allowed to smoke in the lobby. - May I smoke in the lobby?

You'd like to know, if it is allowed

1. to fill in the form in Russian

2. to arrange a party in your room

3. to keep the room key

4. to have the hotel booklet

5. to bring children in the bar