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Reading. 1.3 Read the text below and answer the questions:




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  1. A. Do pre-reading tasks before each abstract, then read and translate the abstracts about the basics of management.
  2. Act out a teacher-class session giving them a few tips on reading techniques.
  3. B. Predict the answers to the questions before reading
  4. Consult the TEXTS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY READING and complete the information about ecology as a science (Texts 20, 21). Be ready to discuss the information you have read.
  5. Consult the TEXTS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY READING and complete the information about electricity (Texts 34, 35, 36, 37). Be ready to discuss the information you have read.
  6. Consult the TEXTS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY READING and complete the information about the application of computers (Text 29, 30, 31). Be ready to discuss the information you have read.
  7. Consult the TEXTS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY READING and complete the information about the history of oil extraction (Text 42). Be ready to discuss the information you have read.
  8. Consult the TEXTS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY READING and learn about early attempts to find or get clean water (Text 47). Be ready to discuss the information you have read.
  9. Consult the TEXTS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY READING and learn about the advent of municipal water treatment (Text 48). Be ready to discuss the information you have read.
  10. Exercise 2 Read and explain the reading rules.

1.3 Read the text below and answer the questions:

1.Is How do you do a question?

2.What answer does it need?

3.Is it a formal greeting?

4.When is this greeting used?

5.What do you say to the greeting How are you?

6.When do you usually say Good morning, Good afternoon and Good evening?

7.How do you address a married woman (an unmarried woman, a man)?

On Dos and Donts in Greetings and in Addressing People

When you come to Great Britain for the first time it is necessary to know most of the dos and donts.

Here we are going to speak about the forms of greetings. The very formal How do you do? is not a question, that is why it doesnt need any other answer than How do you do? This form of greeting is used when you are introduced to someone or if you meet someone for the first time. If you often meet someone you usually say, How are you? The answer to such a greeting must be short, for example: Very well, thank you, and how are you?

But that is not all. You can, of course, say Good morning when you enter, for example, a store, a classroom or an office in the morning. You can say it till noon (till about 12 oclock in the afternoon).Till about 6 oclock in the evening you say, Good afternoon, and from that time on Good evening. But all these are formal greetings.

If you meet a friend of yours you may say just Hello, Mary, or Hi, Bob, Hi, Suzy.

The manner of addressing people in Great Britain is different from ours.

A usual form of addressing people is Mr. Smith, Mrs. Smith but you must remember that Mrs. is the form of addressing a married woman, while Miss is used for an unmarried woman. Ms. is the form of address for a woman who is married or unmarried.

Here are a few rules of introduction which are useful to remember:

1. men are introduced to women;

2. young people to older ones;

3. old friends to newcomers;

4. a young girl to a married woman;

5. women are never presented to a man.

Speaking

Meeting people

Match English sentences with Russian equivalents.


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