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Міністерство освіти і науки України

Київський університет імені Бориса Грінченка

Гуманітарний інститут

Кафедра англійської мови

ІНОЗЕМНА МОВА

КОНСПЕКТИ ЛЕКЦІЙ

Галузь знань

Напрям підготовки Фінанси

Київ – 2011

LECTURE 1

Grammar

  1. Raymond Murphy. Roann Altman. Grammar in Use. Reference and practice for intermediate students of English. CUP. Unit 1. Present Continuous. Unit 2. Simple Present. Unit 3. Present Continuous or Simple Present. Unit 4. Present tenses with a future meaning. Unit 5. Going to. Units 6-7. Future Simple. Unit 10. Future Continuous and Future Perfect. Unit 11. Simple Past. Unit 12. Past Continuous. Units 13-15. Unit 20. Present perfect. Units 16-19. Present Perfect Continuous vs Present Perfect. Units 21-22. Past Perfect. Past Perfect Continuous. Units 40-44. Passive voice.

  2. Betty Schrampfer Azar. The Fundamentals of English Grammar. 3-d edition. Slide shows for use with Power point presentation software. Longman. Chapter 1. Present time. Chapter 2. Past time. Chapter 3. Future time. Chapter 4. The Present Perfect and the Past Perfect. Chapter 10. The passive

Vocabulary

  1. Stuart Redman. English Vocabulary in Use. Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate. CUP. Unit 48. Daily routines. Unit 52. Everyday problems. Unit 69. Hobbies. Unit 76. On the phone.

Pronunciation

  1. I.G. Mkrtchan. Learn to read English words. Пособие по технике чтения на английском языке. Международные отношения. Москва. 1977. Глава 1. Чтение односложных слов-слогов 1 типа.

  2. Mark Hancock. English pronunciation in use. Intermediate. Cambridge University Press. Section A. Letters and Sounds. Units 1- 7. Unit 11. Unit 14. Unit 16. Units 18-20.

Social English

  1. Greetings and introduction

Hello (Hi infml). How are you? How are you doing? How are you getting on? How are you getting along? How are things? What’s new with you?

I am fine (OK). Thank you. And you? (And what about you?)

I am fine too. Good morning (before 12). Good afternoon (before 6 p. m.). Good evening. How do you do? – How do you do? Pleased to meet you. – Pleased to meet you too. I haven’t seen you for ages. Long time no see (infml). It’s been a long time. What are you? (old fash) What’s your job? What do you do? What do you do for a living? Conversation starters: What does your job involve? What are your duties (responsibilities?)

  1. Speaking over the phone.

Hello, could I talk to Maria, please? I’d like to speak to John Toomy, please. This is Ted Andrews.

Is John Toomy in, please? Can (May, could) I speak to John Toomy, please? Is John Toomy there? (informal)

Could you hold, please? Please, hold a moment. Hang on. I’ll get him. (informal). Wait a moment please.

I am sorry, but Mr. Jones is not here right now. May I take a message or would you like to call back later? Would you like him to return your call? Mr. Jones is busy (occupied, tied up) at the moment. I am afraid Dr. King can’t come to the phone (speak to you, take the call) at this time. Could you call back in a few minutes (in a little while)? I am sorry, but she is not in at the moment. Would you like to leave a message or call back later?

Professional English

Money – buying, selling paying, personal finance, family budget, earning and expenditures

  1. Bill Mascull. Business Vocabulary in Use. CUP. Units 5, 19, 35

  2. Jon Marks. Check your vocabulary for banking and finance. Units 1, 4, 8, 9, 12

Lecture 2. Grammar

1. Raymond Murphy. Roann Altman. Grammar in Use. Reference and practice for intermediate students of English. CUP. Unit 25. Can, could and be able to. Unit 26. Could do and could have done. Unit 27. Must, can’t, must have done, can’t have done Units 28-29. May, might, may have done, might have done Unit 30. Can, could, may and would: requests, permissions, offers, invitations Unit 31. Have to and must Unit 32. Should

2. Betty Schrampfer Azar. The Fundamentals of English Grammar. 3-d edition. Slide shows for use with Power point presentation software. Longman. Chapter 7. Modal auxiliaries

Vocabulary

1. Stuart Redman. English Vocabulary in Use. Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate. CUP. Unit 62. Transport Unit 86. Air travel Unit 87. Hotels. Unit 88. A sightseeing holiday. Unit 53. Money. Unit 57. Shops and shopping. Unit 23. Requests, invitations, suggestions. Unit 56. Clothes.

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