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Pronunciation

1. I.G. Mkrtchan. Learn to read English words. Пособие по технике чтения на английском языке. Международные отношения. Москва. 1977. Глава 2. Чтение односложных слов-слогов 2 типа.

2. Mark Hancock. English pronunciation in use. Intermediate. Cambridge University Press. Section A. Letters and Sounds. Units 8-10. Units 12-13. Units 15,17

Social English

  1. In the street. Asking the way (Polite requests)

Would you please tell me where the bank is? Would you tell me, how do I get to…? Would you mind telling me… How can I get to …? Go straight ahead…, walk along the street (down the street, up the street) Keep going as far as the crossroads (traffic lights) … then turn right (left) Cross the road (at the pedestrian crossing), go across the road to the opposite side of the road, take the underpass, go past smth (pass it) Turn around the corner, you will see the building on the left, you can’t miss it

  1. In the shop

Can I have a coke, please? Hello, how can I help you? Can I help you in any way? I wonder if you can help me… Are you looking for anything in particular? No, I am just looking, thank you. Does this come with a guarantee? Is this fully refundable? Can I bring it back if it doesn’t fit? Can I have the receipt, please? Can I pay in cash? By credit card?

Professional English

Banking, the role of commercial banks, the structure and functions of a bank, depositing money with a bank, types of banking accounts, types of banking institutions, banking operations, mortgage, internet banking

  1. J Chilver. English for Business. A functional approach. Unit 17. Money and banking.

  2. Bill Mascull. Business Vocabulary in Use. CUP. Unit 35

  3. Jon Marks. Check your vocabulary for banking and finance. Units 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 17, 26

  4. Ian Mackenzie. Financial English. Section 3. Money and banking.

Lecture 3 Grammar

  1. Raymond Murphy. Roann Altman. Grammar in Use. Reference and practice for intermediate students of English. CUP. Unit 90-93. Adjectives and adverbs. Unit 97-100. Comparison of adjectives and adverbs.

  2. Betty Schrampfer Azar. The Fundamentals of English Grammar. 3-d edition. Slide shows for use with Power point presentation software. Longman. Chapter 9. Comparisons.

Vocabulary

1. Stuart Redman. English Vocabulary in Use. Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate. CUP. Unit 46. Family and friends. Unit 47. Ages and stages Unit 49. Homes and buildings. Units 50-51. Around the home. Unit 19. Make, do, have, take Unit 20. Give, keep, break, catch, see

Pronunciation

1. I.G. Mkrtchan. Learn to read English words. Пособие по технике чтения на английском языке. Международные отношения. Москва. 1977. Глава 5. Чтение односложных слов-слогов 3 типа.

2. Mark Hancock. English pronunciation in use. Intermediate. Cambridge University Press. Section B. Units 21-27.

Social English

  1. Invitations

What are you doing next Saturday? We're having some people over for a meal. Would you like to come? Are you free next Thursday?

Are you doing anything next weekend?

Would you be interested in coming to the cinema with me tonight?

How do you fancy going out for a meal at the weekend?

I'd love to, thanks.

That's very kind of you, thanks.

That sounds lovely, thanks.

Would you like to come over for dinner on Saturday? That's very kind of you, but actually I'm doing something else on Saturday.

Well, I'd love to, but I'm already going out to the cinema. I'm really sorry, but I've got something else on.

I really don't think I can – I'm supposed to be doing something else

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