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2 клас: стор.75, впр. 6; стор. 76, впр. 2
3 клас: стор. 86-87, впр. 1-5
4 клас: стор. 95, впр. 1 (a, b, c); стор. 98, впр. 4, 5
6 клас: стор. 154, впр.2, 5; стор. 156, впр. 2,3
9 клас: стор. 206 – 209, впр. 2-11
11 клас:
Task 1. Sometimes you have problems with computer, you can’t send e- mail.
Read the e-mail below and realize what problems your friend have with computer.
From: Olga Small
To: Ron Sher
Subject: Help! Help faster!
Hello Ron,
I
am asking to help me because I am having a really bad time with my
computer. I had some problems on Friday, then everything was all right. But today
the screen has gone blank and then disappeared. What shall I do? It’s driving me
crazy. I know you are on holiday now, but only you can help me. I need to work
with my documents but they are on desktop. I saved some documents to a
flashcard. I am working at the office this morning, so you can e-mail me.
Thanks in advance, Olga
Task 4. Imagine that you received a trainee, but studied not well and ask some
strange questions below. Speak to him and help to repair the computer.
Which part of the computer has problem?
When did the screen go blank?
Where is there all information in computer?
How will Ron be able to contact Olga?
Where can Olga send and get e-mail?
Task 2. Read the conversation between a young girl and a person on the computer
helpline.
—
Hello, IT helpline. I am John. Can I help you?
—
Oh, hello! Yes, Yes. There is a problem with my computer.
—
Can I take your name and phone number, please?
—
Yes, I’m Nataliya my phone number 0674032343
—
Thank you. Which system do you have?
—
It’s a notebook or laptop. I always mix them up. It is a portable computer
that is smaller than a laptop, isn’t it?
—
You are right, I am sorry, which system do you have? You know it Apple,
Windows, Linux?
—
It is Windows 2003.
—
Right, what’s the problem?
—
The screen has gone blank just now and all my work disappeared.
—
Well, are you sitting in front of the computer now?
—
Yes, I am.
—
Is computer on?
—
Yes, it is.
—
What’s on the screen?
—
Nothing.
—
What happens when you move the mouse?
—
Nothing.
—
Can you press Alt and delete on the Keyboard?
—
At the same time?
—
Yes.
—
Oh, nothing, it’s blank.
—
Well, I must take a monitor to the office and check it up.
Task 3. Remember the similar situation with your computer and say how you
solved it.
Task 4. Imagine that you work on a computer helpline. Give some advice how to
keep the computer in order.
Task 5. Answer the questions and check if you know the computer or not.
1.
When there is a problem in your computer system, it can be because of a .
2.
A short word for network.
3.
You use this to point and click.
4.
Another word for information.
5.
You look on it when you work on a computer.
6.
You carry this kind of computer.
7.
When you have problems with your computer you call to computer .
8.
When you type, you find the letters here.
9.
@ means .
Task 6. Work in pairs. Imagine that your aunt / uncle would like to buy a
computer. Using the questions below speak to your partner about computers.
1.
Have you bought a computer?
2.
Do you have access to the Internet?
3.
How often do you use computer? What do you use it for?
4.
Do you know how download / delete files? Describe the procedure to your
partner.
5.
Has your computer ever had a virus? What did you do?
6.
Is it necessary to have computer at home and how many if the family is
large?
Grammar revision
Task 7. Read Chapter II “The Canterville Ghost” by Oscar Wilde.
A.
Open the brackets and write the verbs correctly.
B.
Share all verbs into two column: irregular verbs and regular verbs
C.
Write 3 forms of irregular verbs.
Irregular
Regular
To be — was / were — been happened
There (1, to be) a horrible storm that night, but apart from that nothing scary (2, to
happen). The next morning, however, when the family (3, to come) down to
breakfast, they (4, to find) the terrible stain of blood once again on the floor.
Washington (5, to clean) it a second time, but the second morning it (6, to appear)
again. The third morning it (7, to be) there, too, although the library had been
locked up at night by Mr Otis himself.
The following night, all doubts about the existence of the ghost were finally
removed forever. At eleven o’clock the family (8, to go) to bed and some time
after, Mr Otis was awakened by a strange noise in the corridor, outside his room. It
(9, to sound) like the clank of metal, and it (10, to come) nearer every moment. Mr
Otis (11, to get up) and (12, to look) at the time.It (13, to be) exactly one
o’clock.So Mr Otis (14, to put) on his slippers, (15, to go) to the door and (16, to
open) it. There, right in front of him, (17, to stay) the ghost — his eyes (18, to be)
as red as burning coals; long grey hair (19, to fall) over his shoulders and from his
wrists and ankles (20, to hang) heavy chains.
“My dear Sir”, (21, to say) Mr Otis, “you must oil those chains. It’s impossible to
sleep with such a noise going on outside the bedrooms.
I
have therefore brought you this bottle of lubricator, and I will be happy to
supply you with more if you require it”. With these words Mr Otis (22, to lie) the
bottle down, (23, to close) his door and (24, to go) back to bed.
Shocked, the Canterville ghost (25, to stay) quite motionless for a moment, but
then he (26, to growl) angrily. Just at this moment, the twins (27, to appear) on the
corridor and (28, to throw) a large pillow at him! The ghost hastily (29, to escape)
through the wall, and the house (30, to become) quiet again.
When the ghost (31, to reach) his small secret chamber, he (32, to take) a deep
breath. No ghosts in history had ever been treated in this manner!
Task 8. Read Chapter III from “The Canterville Ghost” by Oscar Wilde. Choose
the right variant and explain your choice.
The ghost did not appear for the rest of the week. (1, The only / only) strange thing
that happened was the blood-stain, which they found on the library-floor (2, nearly/
near) every morning. It was (3, also / too) quite strange that the colour of the stain
changed from time to time. (4, Some/ any) mornings it was red, then brown or
purple, or even green. (5, These / those) changes amused the family (6, very many /
very much), and bets on the colour were made every evening. The only person who
did not enter into the (7, highly amusing / joke) was Virginia. For some
unexplained reason, she was (8, enough / rather) annoyed at the sight of
the blood-stain, and (9, near / nearly) cried the morning it was green. The second
appearance of the ghost was on Sunday night. (10, Short / Shortly) after the family
had gone to bed they heard a fearful crash in the hall. A suit of armour had fallen
on the floor and in a chair sat the Canter- ville ghost and rubbed his knees, which
seemed to hurt. When the twins started shooting peas at him with their peashooters, the ghost stood up with an angry growl and passed through them like a
mist. He (11, too / also) blew out the candle, leaving them all in total darkness. On
top of the stairs the ghost turned around and, in order to frighten the Otis boys,
laughed his most (12, terrible / horrible) laugh. Just then, a door opened and Mrs
Otis came out of her bedroom. “I am afraid you are not well”, she said, “I have
therefore brought you this bottle of medicine”. The ghost looked at her furiously,
and then he disappeared.
When he reached his room, he was (13, completely / totally) ex-hausted. This
American family was extremely annoying. But what annoyed him most was, that
he had not been able to wear the suit of armour. The weight of it had made him fall
and hurt his knees.
For some days after this ghost (14, only / the only) left his room to renew the
blood-stain. However, on Friday, the 17th of August, he tried to frighten the Otis
family (15, once more / again). At half-past ten the fam¬ily went to bed. (16,
Lately / later) the ghost heard the twins laugh, but at a quarter past eleven all was
(17, quite / still). So, at midnight he left his secret chamber and glided through the
corridors, when suddenly, behind one corner, a horrible ghost stood right (18,
before / in front of) him. As the Canterville ghost had never seen another ghost
before, he was terribly frightened. He quickly hurried back to his room. But then
he thought that he should go and speak to the other ghost. After all, two ghosts
were better than one, and his new friend might help him to frighten the twins.
However, when he came back to the spot, he found that this ‘other ghost’ was not
real, but only a white sheet which the twins had hung there to play a trick on him.
Very upset the Canterville ghost went back to his chamber.
Task 15. Read Chapter III from “The Canterville Ghost” by Oscar Wilde. Choose
the right variant and explain your choice.
The ghost did not appear for the rest of the week. (1, The only / only) strange thing
that happened was the blood-stain, which they found on the library-floor (2, nearly/
near) every morning. It was (3, also / too) quite strange that the colour of the stain
changed from time to time. (4, Some/ any) mornings it was red, then brown or
purple, or even green. (5, These / those) changes amused the family (6, very many /
very much), and bets on the colour were made every evening. The only person who
did not enter into the (7, highly amusing / joke) was Virginia. For some
unexplained reason, she was (8, enough / rather) annoyed at the sight of
the blood-stain, and (9, near / nearly) cried the morning it was green. The second
appearance of the ghost was on Sunday night. (10, Short / Shortly) after the family
had gone to bed they heard a fearful crash in the hall. A suit of armour had fallen
on the floor and in a chair sat the Canter- ville ghost and rubbed his knees, which
seemed to hurt. When the twins started shooting peas at him with their peashooters, the ghost stood up with an angry growl and passed through them like a
mist. He (11, too / also) blew out the candle, leaving them all in total darkness. On
top of the stairs the ghost turned around and, in order to frighten the Otis boys,
laughed his most (12, terrible / horrible) laugh. Just then, a door opened and Mrs
Otis came out of her bedroom. “I am afraid you are not well”, she said, “I have
therefore brought you this bottle of medicine”. The ghost looked at her furiously,
and then he disappeared.
When he reached his room, he was (13, completely / totally) ex-hausted. This
American family was extremely annoying. But what annoyed him most was, that
he had not been able to wear the suit of armour. The weight of it had made him fall
and hurt his knees.
For some days after this ghost (14, only / the only) left his room to renew the
blood-stain. However, on Friday, the 17th of August, he tried to frighten the Otis
family (15, once more / again). At half-past ten the fam¬ily went to bed. (16,
Lately / later) the ghost heard the twins laugh, but at a quarter past eleven all was
(17, quite / still). So, at midnight he left his secret chamber and glided through the
corridors, when suddenly, behind one corner, a horrible ghost stood right (18,
before / in front of) him. As the Canterville ghost had never seen another ghost
before, he was terribly frightened. He quickly hurried back to his room. But then
he thought that he should go and speak to the other ghost. After all, two ghosts
were better than one, and his new friend might help him to frighten the twins.
However, when he came back to the spot, he found that this ‘other ghost’ was not
real, but only a white sheet which the twins had hung there to play a trick on him.
Very upset the Canterville ghost went back to his chamber.
Task 9
Think and write. Imagine that your parents would like to buy you computer for
birthday. Say them what computer you want, what programs, Word, memory.
Write an essay about 150-200 words using adverbs and adjectives.
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