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languages. They became important especially at the present time. Foreign languages are needed as the main and most efficient means of information exchange between the people of our planet. Today English is the language of the world. Over 350 (three hundred and fifty) million people speak it as a mother tongue. The native speakers of English live in Great Britain, in the United States of America, Austral ia and New Zealand. English is one of the official languages in the Irish Republic, Canada and South African Republic. As a second language it is used in the former British and US colonies. It is the major international language for communication in such areas as science, technology, business and mass media. English ought to be used as one of the official languages of the United Nations Organisation and other political organisations. It is the language of computer software, literature, education, modern music, international tourism. Learning a foreign language is not an easy thing. It is a long and slow process that takes a lot of time and patience. But every educated person, every good specialist has to know English, because it is absolutely necessary «• nowadays. It is well known that reading books in the original, talking with the English speaking people will help a lot. When learning a foreign language you are to learn the culture and history of the native speakers. You may learn any foreign language. They are all important. Questions Урок 13 1. Why do we need to learn foreign languages now? 2. How many people in the world speak English? 3. What are English-speaking countries? 4. In what areas is English mostly used? 5. What are the difficulties in learning foreign languages? 6. Is the knowledge of English necessary nowadays and why?
have) a corporate party next Saturday. Would you like to come?
2) I (not to go) away for my holidays next month because I haven’t got enough money. They haven’t paid me holiday pay yet. (You/to go) away?
3) Our first job interview this afternoon (to start) exactly at 3:30.
4) George, is it true that you (to work) overtime next week?
5) My seasonal work (to start) May, 25 and (to end) October, 25.
6) What time the (next shift/to end)?
7) Ann, we (to go) to town. (You/to come) with us?
8) Don’t make any plans I (to surf) the Net tonight.
9) Our after-hours activities usually (to start) after 8 p.m.
10) I (to look for) a position of a banker.B. Put the words into the correct order paying attention to the usage of tenses denoting future actions.
1) Doing/I/ course paper/am/ with/ in the evening/ my father.
2) Company /in our /seasonal overtime/ /starts/ May, 1.
3) Going/a new /vacancy/I am/to find/ my sister-in law/for.
4) You/to place/where/going/your/are/new/ job advertisement?
5) Arrive/your employer/does/when?
6) Colleagues/ for Madrid/are/my/in the next few days/leaving.
7) Become/next year/will/I/a good specialist.
8) With/Playing/our partners/volleyball match/are/tonight/we.
9) Is/to do/ironing/nobody/the/going.
10) Having/friends/we/for dinner/are /tonight.C. Open the brackets paying attention to the usage of tenses denoting future actions (negative/question/affirmative forms).
1) The meeting (to start) at 10 o’clock.
2) We (to discuss) our project on Monday.
3) The employer (to plan) a series of interview with the applicants.
4) What you (to do)? I (to surf) the net.
5) We (to supply) you with all necessary equipment tomorrow.
6) The train (not to arrive) at 6 p.m. It goes behind the schedule.
7) Your working hours (start) at8 a.m. and (to end) at 5 p.m. Please, be punctual, tomorrow (to be) your fist time at work.
8) (to go) anywhere this week? No, fortunately I haven’t got any business trips.
9) You (not to sell) your car, right? It is new!
10) He (to join) us later, don’t worry.
1. The manager has been showing the visitors around the factory for 3 hours.
2. Is Mr. Brown finishing (PRESENT CONTINUOUS) his report at the moment?
3. The software engineers will be testing the new system at this time tomorrow.
4. In 2011 the price per liter was $2.50. In 2012 it was $ 3.50. The price has gone up.
5. If there is a discount on large orders we'll buy more of that product.
6. When I woke up the sun was shining brightly.
7. If Brian drives the car so carelessly he will get into a traffic accident.
Retirement – surely it’s a golden age when you can escape the daily grind of work and spend your time doing gardening, taking holidays and chatting with friends? Not for everyone. Some people love their work so much that they stay on into their 70s, 80s and 90s.
The factory worker
Dorothy Beckett, 93, has been working in a cake factory in Yorkshire, UK for more than 56 years. She works a 40-hour week, putting cakes in boxes, together with people who are 70 years younger than her. In 1945, aged 36, Dorothy set up the factory with her husband, Fred. Now, the business has a £4m annual turnover. “I’ve never wanted to retire,” she says. “It would be the end of me”.
The car dealer
William Spencer wanted to be a lawyer. But when he discovered that he didn’t have the right qualifications, he studied accountancy at night school instead and got a job in a car sales showroom. That was 72 years ago, and he is still there today! “I’m paid for my experience,” explains William, 91. “I help the young ones to sell. I advise the staff, introduce customers, arrange special deals, deal with problems, and make sure everyone is happy.”
“In the past year I’ve travelled to London, Paris and Milan for work,” says Gerald Lilley, sitting with a poetry book on his knee in his apartment in New York. “I’ve been to London three times, to Japan twice and to China, well, lots of times. When I’m not travelling, I like to be in the office every day at about 9.30. And I tend to leave at around 4.00 p.m. Mr Lilley is 94, and is senior advisor at one of the big investment banks. He finds the flights more tiring nowadays, especially after long days in meetings. “I suppose it’s my age,” he says, “but I have my evening to relax, have a drink and read German, French and English poetry.”
1 All people stop working after 70.
2 Dorothy has been working with 70-year old men and women.
3 Dorothy wants to retire and do gardening.
4 William has been working for more than 70 years.
5 William is a car dealer in a car sales showroom.
6 William likes helping young colleagues.
7 William had studied Law and Accountancy before he got this job..
8 Gerald is still travelling a lot.
9 Gerald retired last year.
10 Gerald likes reading poetry.
1. Christmas Day has been celebrated since ancient times. 2. Many old Russian traditions have been revived in our country. 3. the birthday cake with 20 candles has been brought in. 4. His anniversary has been celebrated throughout the country. 5. Easter eggs have been painted. 6. the pie has been eaten, speeches have been made and wedding presents have been opened. 7. have you been asked this question?8. The newspapers haven't been delivered yet.
What is being done in the house for the guests? - The whole house is being decorated; the guest room is being washed and cleaned; in the sitting room the TV set is being fixed and big dinner is being cooked, a cake is being baked and celebration cards are being written for the guests. What else can be done? - Some flowers can be and brought in from the garden. - Is the table being laid? - Yes, it is.