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My daily routine (Units 3, 4)





CONTENT

СОДЕРЖАНИЕ

 

PART I.

 

1) TEXTS TO THE BOOK "English 365 for work and life"…………………………………... 6-43

Тексты к учебнику "English 365 for work and life".

MY COMPANY (Units 1, 2)…………………. 6-8

MY DAILY ROUTINE (Units 3, 4)............... 8-10

MY JOB (Unit 5)……………………………… 10-12

MY CITY (Units 6,9)…………………………. 12-14

MY TEAM (Unit 8)…………………………… 16-17

MY OFFICE (Unit 10)……………………… 14-15

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF MY WORK (Unit 11)……………………………… 17-19

SPORTS (UNIT 12)…………………………. 19-21

MY ORGANISATION (Unit 14)…………… 21-23

TRAVELLING (Unit 15)…………………… 23-25

WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION

(Unit 17)……………………………………… 26-27

SLOW AND FAST FOOD (Unit 18)……… 28-30

ONLINE (Unit 20)…………………………… 30-32

START UP A BUSINESS (Unit 23)………… 35-36

MONEY AND FINANCE (Units 23, 24)…… 37-39

OUT OF ORDER (Unit 26)…………………. 37-39

HEALTH (Unit 27)…………………………… 39-41

THE TRENDS IN ECONOMY (Unit 29)… 41-43

2) LEXICAL REVISION EXERCISES....................... 43-53

Проверочные лексические упражнения.

DICTATIONS

EXERCISES

 

3) TEST AND EXAMINATION QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS…………………………………………… 53-57

Зачетные и экзаменационные вопросы и ответы

 

PART II.

1) GRAMMAR EXERCISES…………………. 59-83

Грамматические упражнения.

AM/IS/ARE; TO HAVE…………………………………….. 59-61

SINGULAR AND PLURAL………………………………… 61-63

SOME, ANY, NO, EVERY………………………………… 63-66

ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS…………………………… 66-69

PRONOUNS………………………………………………… 70-71

PRESENT SIMPLE………………………………………… 72-74

PRESENT CONTINUOUS………………………………… 74-75

PAST SIMPLE……………………………………………… 75-77

PAST CONTINUOUS AND PAST SIMPLE…………… 77-79

PRESENT PERFECT……………………………………… 79-81

MODAL VERBS…………………………………………… 81-83

2) TESTS………………………………………… 83-89

Контроль.

TEST WORK «TO BE»……………………………………... 83-84

TEST WORK «TO HAVE»………………………………… 84

SELF-CONTROL TEST …………………………………… 85-86

FINAL TEST. VARIANT 1………………………………… 86-88

FINAL TEST. VARIANT 2………………………………… 88-89

PART III.

1)TEXTS AND TASKS ON ECONOMICS………… 90-152

Экономические тексты и задания к ним.

UNIT 1……………………………………………………… 90-92

UNIT 2……………………………………………………… 92-95

UNIT 3……………………………………………………… 96-101

UNIT 4……………………………………………………… 102-105

UNIT 5……………………………………………………… 106-107

UNIT 6……………………………………………………… 107-113



UNIT 7……………………………………………………… 114-122

UNIT 8……………………………………………………… 122-128

UNIT 9……………………………………………………… 129-139

UNIT 10……………………………………………………… 139-143

UNIT 11……………………………………………………… 143-152

APPENDIX.

Приложение.

1) ACTIVE VOCABULARY…………………… 153-161

2) PHRASES FOR ANNOTATION…………… 162-165

3) LEXICAL GAMES…………………………... 165-176

PART I.

1) TEXTS TO THE BOOK "English 365 for work and life".

Тексты к учебнику "English 365 for work and life".

 

My Company (Units 1, 2).

 

Hello. My name is Amy. My life is always very busy. I’m part of a consulting company called “Sprangbradan”. We are active in eight countries. We work with money we get from the European Union for our projects. We have over 3000 employees. About 60 % of the employees are women. We are the biggest employer in the town. We discuss problems and our main objective (our target) is to make a new future.

Most of our customers are in the Paris area. Our main competitor is the USA. Japan is a very important supplier for us. The headquarters of my company is in Sweden and the turnover is high. We sometimes use outside (external) marketing consultants to give us ideas.

I work as a human resources officer. I think the best thing about my job is meeting people because it’s nice to make new friends. I work with employees a lot and talk to them about their personal development.

My best friend is P.A. to the boss. He deals with everything and looks at the newspapers’ news every day.

My sister is a chief buyer. She looks for new and cheaper suppliers all the time. Her job is also to look after our customers.

 

1. Translate from Russian into English:

Жизнь, консалтинговая компания, страна, женщины, главная цель, обсуждать проблемы, поставщик, знакомиться с людьми, личное развитие, главный закупщик, искать, дешевый.

2. Translate from English into Russian:

busy, to be part of, to be active, employee, employer, future, competitor, headquarters, outside (eternal), human resources officer, to make new friends, to deal with, to look after, to look for, to look at.

 

3. Answer the questions:

1. Where does Amy work?

2. How many employees are there?

3. How many percent are women?

4. What is the company's main target?

5. Where are their customers situated?

6. What is their main competitor and supplier?

7. Who gives them ideas?

8. What is Amy?

9. What does Amy do exactly?

10. What is the best thing about her job?

11. What is Amy’s best friend? What does she do?

12. What is Amy’s sister? What does she do?

 

WHAT DO YOU THINK? What company would you like to work for? Why?

 

My daily routine (Units 3, 4).

 

Hello. My name is David. My life is very busy because I am president of my own company. I always get up at 8 a.m. I don’t begin too early because I work late every evening. My breakfast is good. I drink a cup of strong coffee, eat some sandwiches and go to work by car.

At 10 a.m. I come to my office. My employees are very friendly. I like it because we can discuss work problems very easily and openly. The internet is very important to my work. But for me, technology is a problem. Our office is in the country, so we have a slow internet connection sometimes. These connection problems are really frustrating.

At 10.15 I work on my computer and check my emails. At noon I have a meeting with a client and then make some telephone calls. Then I visit our main factory. I occasionally have lunch in the company restaurant. I get home at 9.30 in the evening. I usually watch TV, read books or my favourite magazines and go to bed at 11.30.

I have to travel on my job quite often. I go to Cuba three times a year to visit our important customers. I also travel to Australia, China, Mexico and the U.S.A., maybe 15 weeks a year. My job is difficult and stressful. I walk to work most days because walking is very healthy and I never work at the weekend. This is for spending time with my family on the beach!

 

1. Translate from Russian into English:

собственная компания, завтрак, крепкий кофе, обсуждать рабочие проблемы, проверять электронные письма, завод, ездить на машине.

 

2. Translate from English into Russian:

busy, to get up, to come on feet, employee, difficult, stressful, healthy, favorite, walking, customer, slow internet connection.

 

3. Answer the questions:

1) What is David?

2) When does he get up?

3) What does he eat for breakfast?

4) What time does he come to office?

5) What is a problem for David?

6) Where does David travel?

7) Where does he spend his weekend?

8) What does he do in the office exactly?

9) What does he do in the evenings?

 

WHAT DO YOU THINK? What is your typical working day?

 

My job (Unit 5).

 

Hello. My name is Alison. I am a very busy person. I’m in charge of the company “AMC”. We are active in eight countries and we work with money we get from the European Union for our projects. We are small at the moment. I work closely with female colleagues: Mary and Daniela.

Mary is a consultant. We consult her on finance and management questions. Daniela is a personnel manager. She is interested in people management. Sometimes she works at training. Daniela is responsible for personal development.

I think the best thing about my job is meeting people because it’s nice to make new friends. I have a lot of business discussions in my job. I also like the e-mail communication. One thing I don’t like is writing reports. I work a lot on projects so I write a lot of project reports which is very boring.

I go to the US about 6 times a year on business. I like to travel in my job. Work with no travel is not exciting. I sometimes work at the weekend and have some business trips.I think work can be stressful, so I really like walking because it is relaxing.

 

1. Translate from Russian into English:

работать над проектом, коллега, консультант, консультировать, финансы, быть ответственным за, знакомиться с людьми, заводить друзей, писать доклад, скучный, прогулка, путешествовать по работе.

 

2. Translate from English into Russian:

busy, to be active, to be in charge of, employee, to work closely with, training, personal development, business discussions, business trips, relaxing, to go on business, exciting, stressful, relaxing.

 

3. Answer the questions:

1) What’s Alison in charge of?

2) How many employees are there in the company?

3) Who does she work closely with?

4) What does Alison do?

5) What is Mary?

6) What is Daniela?

7) What is Daniela responsible for?

8) What does Alison do exactly?

9) What does she like about her job? Why?

10) What does Alison hate about her job? Why?

11) Where does she travel on business?

12) What does Alison do to relax and why?

 

WHAT DO YOU THINK? What job would you like to have and why?

 

My city (Unit 6,9).

 

Hello, my name’s Anna. I live in Naberezhnye Chelny. It’s not far from Kazan, about 250 kilometers. It’s in the north-east of Tatarstan. Naberezhnye Chelny is situated on the bank of the Kama river. It’s not a very big city. Its population is about 600 thousand people. You can get here by car, by bus, by plane or by train. It will take you 20 minutes to get to the railway station and almost an hour to the airport.

My university is quite close and I usually walk there. It’s a 15 minutes’ walk from home. It’s better to go on foot because public transport is always full. It’s really awful! Sometimes my father drives me to my studies. Unfortunately, my friend lives outside Naberezhnye Chelny. It’s an hour bus ride. That’s very inconvenient.

I live in the city center, in a quite big street. Life in the city center is quite noisy, but I prefer to live close to good shops – I love shopping. «Omega» is my favorite shopping area! It’s a lovely place. I love Naberezhnye Chelny at night. The streets are safe and beautiful. The nightclubs are always full and the restaurants are busy. We have some places of interest for tourists. There are a lot of statues (for example, the statue of war heroes), mosques and churches, bridges and beautiful parks, squares, modern art galleries, theatres and a lake. The lakeside beach is wonderful! Naberezhnye Chelny is amazing! The people are friendly and the city is clean.

 

1. Translate from Russian into English:

население, самолет, поезд, берег, близко, к сожалению, шумный, достопримечательности, неудобный, статуя, церковь, мечеть, площадь, учеба, любимый, река, турист.

 

2. Translate from English into Russian:

a railway station, to be situated, to walk, quite, awful, public transport, lakeside beach, full, busy, bus ride, theatre, modern, outside, to go shopping, to drive.

 

3. Answer the questions:

1) Where is Naberezhnye Chelny situated?

2) Is it far from the airport?

3) How does Anna get to the University?

4) Where does her friend live?

5) Why does Anna prefer to live in the city centre?

6) Why does Anna love Naberezhnye Chelny at night?

7) What are the places of interest for tourists?

8) Is the city dirty?

9) Is the public transport empty?

 

WHAT DO YOU THINK? What are the sightseeings in your city? What city would you like to visit and why?

 

My office (Unit 10).

 

Hello. My name is Mike. I am part of a big company. My office is a large building in the city centre. I work in a headquarters of my company. There are 4 floors in the building that is why elevator is necessary. There is a reception area on the ground floor. There is the latest company news on the computer reception and information on our intranet. There is an excellent staff restaurant on the first floor. The food there is fresh and tasty. Besides, there are some drinks machines and that is very convenient.

On the second floor there are open plan offices. Some employees don’t have personal space. As for me, I have my fixed desk. There are individual offices on the third floor. There is a lot of computer equipment and new furniture.

On the top floor there is a gym but there are no smoking rooms in our office. There is a car park, but there aren’t a lot of spaces, only for top management. There is a railway station nearby, so lots of people come by train. Our office is in the center of the city, there are two beautiful parks across the street and a swimming pool half a kilometer away. Walking and swimming are relaxing. Next to the office there is a shopping center. Our company is big and profitable and I believe we have very good working conditions.

1. Translate from English into Russian:

to be part of a company, headquarters, reception area, staff restaurant, open plan offices, employee, a railway station, walking, profitable, fresh, relaxing.

 

2. Translate from Russian into English:

этаж, здание, еда, компьютерное оборудование, лифт, личное пространство, новая мебель, плавание, хорошие условия для работы, спортивный зал, удобный, вкусный, улица.

 

Answer the questions:

1) Where is Mike's office situated?

2) How many floors are there?

3) What is on the ground floor?

4) What is on the first floor?

5) What is on the second floor?

6) What is on the third floor?

7) What is on the top floor?

8) Do they have a problem with the computer equipment?

9) How do people come to the office?

10) What is located near the office?

 

WHAT DO YOU THINK? What office would you like to work in? What is situated near by?

 

The team (Unit 8).

 

I'm a manager of a small team. All managers need a good assistant and Jack is fantastic. He’s very good at organising things, very efficient, friendly and positive. He smiles all the time and always has a lot of energy. Jean is from Paris and he’s my boss. He’s a great motivator – he gives me a lot of support and always tells me when I do a good job. One thing I don’t like about him is that he’s always ten minutes late for meetings.

John is the financial man in the team. He’s a special character, good at his job, but some people don’t like him because he can be very direct. Most people think he’s rude. He’s my husband but working together isn’t a problem for us.

David’s based in Darwin. He buys a lot from us but when we discuss prices he can be very aggressive and impatient. Sometimes I have to say ‘no’. You can’t always say ‘yes’ to your clients.

Katie is nice. She’s a sales manager, responsible for New South Wales. She is very confident and so is excellent at presenting to customers. She’s also very creative – she loves thinking about new products. We get on really well together, both in and outside the office.

1. Translate from Russian into English:

дружелюбный, поддерживать, опаздывать на 10 минут, прямолинейный, обсуждать цены, нетерпеливый, клиенты, уверенный, ладить друг с другом.

2. Translate from English into Russian:

to be good at organising things, efficient, a great motivator, rude, to be based in, sales manager, to be responsible for, creative.

 

3. Answer the questions:

1) Who smiles all the time?

2) Where is Jean from?

3) What is John?

4) Why do people think that John is rude?

5) Where is David based?

6) What does he do?

7) What is Kate?

8) What does she love?

 

WHAT DO YOU THINK? What is the team of your dream?

 





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