Complete the dialogue. Make use of the vocabulary of the lesson. Work in pairs.
At a Hotel Restaurant
Waiter: Good morning, sir. Here's your table.
Mr Smith: ...
Waiter: What would you like to have, an American or English breakfast?
Mr Smith: ...
Waiter: We have eggs and bacon, bacon and sausage, boiled egg or scrambled eggs. Orange juice and grapefruit juice.
Mr Smith: ...
Waiter: Yes, sir, one orange juice, bacon and eggs and coffee or tea, sir?
Mr Smith: ...
Waiter: We have strawberry jam or marmalade with toast this morning, sir. Would you like any of that?
Mr Smith: ...
Waiter: Thank you, sir.
4. Act as an interpreter. Then learn the dialogue by heart:
| - Вы не проголодались?
- А я очень хочу пить.
- Спасибо. С удовольствием. Мне
очень нравится апельсиновый сок. - Все
соки полезны для здоровья:томатный,
яблочный, абрикосовый и, конечно,
- Что мы возьмём?
- Что же, выбирайте.
- думаю, я возьму зелёный горошек,
фрукты и чашку чая без сахара.
- Немного мяса или рыбы, яйца,
немного сыра или молока и
много овощей: зелёный салат,
капуста, помидоры, огурцы,
свекла и много фруктов. Никаких
пирожных, мороженого, шоколада и очень
мало соли. Я
живу не для того, чтобы есть, а
ем для того, чтобы жить.
- Да, вкусы бывают разные.
|| - Oh, yes I am.
- Would you like a glass of orange juice?
- And I prefer apple juice.
- I like pineapple best of all.
- The three course dinner, I suppose.
- Let's start with salad, then chicken soup, fish
- Are you slimming?
- What does your diet allow you?
- Tastes differ!
Translate the following text into Russian (in writing). Say if you agree or disagree with what is said in it add some more information about meals in your country.
Meals in Rnssia
The Russian custom of having meals varies from family to family, but we generally eat three meals a day. They are breakfast, dinner and supper. Some people also have late afternoon tea.
Breakfast generally comes before eight o'clock in the morning, as most people start for work and the children must leave for school. Some Russian families have a light continental breakfast. But most of the families make breakfast quite a big meal of the day. It usually includes some kind of porridge, fried eggs or sausages and vegetables followed by coffee or tea.
Dinner is the main and the biggest meal of the day. Russians generally eat it somewhere between one or two o'clock. The working people eat dinner away from home as a rule. Every factory and office has a dining-room or some kind of cafeteria. They generally plan some meat for dinner or fish for a change. In addition to the meat dish Russian dinner always includes some soup, potatoes or rice as garnish. They finish dinner with coffee, tea, milk or juice.
Supper is the third meal of the day and the lightest one. It comes somewhere between seven and nine o'clock in the evening. It consists of some sandwiches, fruit or biscuits and tea or hot milk.
6. Use the Future Indefinite Tense:
1. I spend my weekendin the country 2. Her relatives live in Canada. 3. She knows French. 4. We have a class in Englisl today. 5. Do you spend your free time at home? 6. He is a student of the University? 7. There is a lot of work to do about the house. 8. The traffic is very heavy today. 9. I have an interesting job. 10. Are there many people on Sunday?
7. Use the correct tense form of the verbs in the subordinate clauses of time and condition:
I'll help you when I (to be) free. -- I'll help you when I am free.
He'll do it if you (to ask) him. -- He'll do it if you ask him.
1. I'll call you as soon as I (to buy) tickets for the train. 2. If the day (to be) hot, we shall go to the beach. 3. If he (to return) home before Friday, he will help us to do the translation. 4. If you (to want) to see all these places, you must stay here for a week. 5. Please, drive us to the airport if you (to have) time tomorrow morning. 6. As soon as you (to come) back from your trip, call on me. 7. They will go for a walk before they (to go) to bed. 8. Speak to him about it when you (to see) him. 9. Will you wait until he (to come) back? 10. Come to see me, before you (to leave) for the south.
8. Say what you will do:
1. When I have my house I'll ... . 2. When I arrive in London I'll... . 3. As soon as I get to Japan ... . 4. If I know English very well... . 5. If I go to Hollywood ... . 6. When I marry you .... 7. When I am free.... 8. When I am ninety.... 9. If I am a millionaire.... 10. Before I go to New York....
9. Give short answers to these questions:
1. Am I speaking to Ann? 2. Are you buying anything? 3. Is he going shopping now? 4. Is she washing up in the kitchen? 5. Are we going out tonight? 6. Are you going my way? 7. Are they moving to anew house? 8. Was I speaking too long? 9. Were you driving too fast? 10. Was it raining in the morning? 11. Were they looking for something? 12. Shall I be seeing you tomorrow? 13. Will you be wearing your new dress? 14. Will she be waiting for you? 15. Will they be walking this way?
10. Use the correct form of "to be":
1. Where ... you going? -- I aw going to the supermarket. 2. I ... thinking about the dress I saw in the shop window yesterday. 3. We ... going to be late. The shop will be closed. 4. ... you going to the baker's? Buy a loaf of bread for me, please. 5. We ...driving too fast and didn't see the traffic lights. 6. He ...choosing an umbrella too long but didn't buy any. 7. While my mother ...paying for the things I bought a bar of chocolate for myself. 8, I hope it ...not ...raining tomorrow. It's our shopping day. 9. He ... celebrating his birthday tomorrow. Let's go and buy him some present. 10. What ...you looking for? -- I ...trying to find a Christmas present for my wife.
11. Use the Continuous Tense Forms:
1. Where you (to go)? -- I (to go) to the supermarket. I want to buy some food. 2. The Browns (to come) to see us tonight. Go and buy some sweets and a cake. 3. Where is
Ann? -- She (to do) the flat. Tomorrow is Nick's birthday. 4, What you (to do) when I rang you up yesterday? -- I (to draw) pictures for my little daughter. 5. You (to watch) TV? -- No, I am not. -- Switch it on at once. They (to show) your dancing group. 6. When I (to walk) in the park yesterday I saw a small dog who (to lie) under a tree and (to look) at me. I decided to take it home. 7. Tomorrow we'll have a party. What dress you (to wear)? -- I don't know yet.
12. Use Continuous or Indefinite Tense Forms:
1. Father ... morning newspapers. He always ... morning newspapers at breakfast, (to look through) 2. You ... now? -- No, I never ... on Saturday. (to go shopping) 3. She ... a letter to our friend when I came, She ... three letters to him last month. (to write) 4. What you ... in the shop when I saw you? -- I ... a sweater. I... three sweaters, but none fitted. (to try on) 5. What you... at the party? -- My evening frock, I think, I... not... it last time, (to wear) 6. What you ... now? I always ... news at this time. (to watch) 7. We ... tonight. We sometimes... on Sundays, (to dine out) 8. Where they... for the vacation? -- Normally they ...to the South. (to go)
13. Use the right form of the verbs in brackets (Indefinite or Continuous):
It was Sunday. I never (to get up) early Sundays. I sometimes (to stay) in bed until lunchtime. Last Sunday I (to get up) very late. I (to look) out of the window, it (to be) dark outside. "What a day!" I (to think): "It (to rain)"again." Just then the telephone (to ring). It (to be) my aunt Lucy. "I (to be) at the station. I (to come) to see you." "But I still (to have) breakfast," I (to say). "What you (to do)?" she (to ask). "I (to have) breakfast," I (to repeat). "Dear me!" she (to say). "You always (to get up) so late? It (to be) one o'clock!"
14. Translate from Russian into English:
Они обедают. 2. Когда вы обычно обедаете? 3. Что у нас сегодня на ужин? 4. Вы сейчас обедаете? Тогда я позвоню вам через четверть часа. Хорошо? 5. Снимай пальто и входи. Мы как раз обедаем. 6. В котором часу обычно обедает ваша семья? 7. Анна дома? -- Да. Она завтракает. 8. Пора ужинать. 9. Садись за стол, мама несёт суп. 10. Обед приготовить к четырем часам? 11. Посолить суп? 12. Купить овощи? 13. Он не обедает дома, он обычно обедает в столовой. 14. Почему вы так поздно завтракаете? 15. Он всегда ужинает дома? 16. Мне бы хотелось ещё чашку чая (молока, воды, кофе). 17. Мне бы хотелось ещё молока (каши, варенья, хлеба, рыбы). 18. Мне хочется пить. Давай возьмём бутылку минеральной воды. 19. Пора обедать (завтракать, ужинать). 20. Давай возьмём на первое бульон. 21. Столовая внизу или наверху? 22. Я предпочитаю фрукты мороженому (перец - горчице, апельсин мандарину). 23. Передайте, пожалуйста, соль. - Пожалуйста. - Спасибо. - Пожалуйста (не стоит). 24. ничего не могу найти по вкусу сегодня. - Неужели? Сегодня столько вкусного. Смотри, салат из помидоров и огурцов, ветчина, колбаса.
15. Read the text and answer the questions:
And tbe Best of Luck!
The day after tomorrow I'll be in Cannes. I'm going to spendmy summer holidays there and for a fortnight (две недели) I'll be able to forget about work. I'm going to travel by train and boat. The train; leaves Victoria Station at 8 o'clock, so I'll have to get up early.
I'm not going to Cannes because it's sunny or because I like the seaside, but because I want to visit the casino. I expect; I'll win (выиграть, победить) enough to buy my parents a present since I'm usually lucky. When I say lucky, I mean lucky at cards.
I expect to arrive in Cannes at 9 o'clock in the evening and if nothing unexpected happens to change my plans, I'm going; to go straight to my hotel, change my clothes and take a taxi to the casino.
1. Where will he be the day after tomorrow?
2. How long is he going to stay in Cannes?
3. How is he going to get there?
4. Why will he have to get up early?
5. Why is he going to Cannes?
6. Does he expect to win much money?
7. Is he usually lucky?
8. What time does he expect to arrive in Cannes?
9. What is he to do if he wins?
10. What is he going to do when he arrives in Cannes?
16. Read the stories and retell them:
A. A friend of mine who lives in England decided to go over to France for a trip. When he returned I asked him how he liked it.
"Terrible," was the answer. "I couldn't get a nice cup of tea anywhere. Thank goodness I'm back."
I asked him, "Didn't you have any good food while you were there?"
"Oh, the dinners were all right," he said. "I found a little place where they made quite good fish and chips. Not as good as ours, but they were eatable. But the breakfasts were terrible: no bacon or porridge. I had fried eggs and bacon but
it took them too long to make them. They gave me rolls (булочки). And when I asked for marmalade, they brought strawberry jam. And you know, they said it was marmalade!"
"But didn't you eat any of the famous French food?" "What? Me? Of course not! Give me good old English food every time! None of these fancy bits for me!"