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Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
Основные цели и задачи олимпиады:
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
Муниципальный этап состоит из 4 конкурсов:
Конкурс понимания устной речи
Конкурс понимания устной речи: альтернативный выбор
You will hear a passage about jokes. For items 1-10 decide whether the statements are True (A) or False (B) according to the text you hear. You will hear the
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
Конкурс понимания устной речи: заполнение пропусков
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
Интегрированное задание: конкурс понимания письменного и устного текстов
Choose A if the idea is expressed in both materials, B if it can be found only in the reading text, C if it can be found only in the audio-recording, and D if
Choose A if the idea is expressed in both materials, B if it can be found only in the reading text, C if it can be found only in the audio-recording, and D if
Use of English: Verb Forms
Use of English: Verb Forms
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
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In each of the following extracts from a newspaper there is a misprint. Find this word, underline it and write it correctly.
In each of the following extracts from a newspaper there is a misprint. Find this word, underline it and write it correctly.
Replace the words in bold type in the following sentences with a simple word. The first letter of the word is given.
Replace the words in bold type in the following sentences with a simple word. The first letter of the word is given.
Proverbs. Fill in the gaps with one word.
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
IDIOMS. Complete each sentence with the correct colour : green, white, blue, red, golden, black, silver.
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
POLITENESS STRATEGIES. Match the questions to the functions.
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Phrasal verbs.
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
Vocabulary work.
heather
daisy
pansy
dandelion
f orget-me-not
daffodil
tulip
lily of the valley
snowdrop
History and Culture of the English Speaking Countries
History and Culture of the English Speaking Countries
WRITING: The line graph shows Minnesota’s investment in child care between 2001 and 2019. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information
Useful Language
The bar chart gives information about the unemployment rate in the United Kingdom from July 2015 to April 2016 in per cent. Write a report for a university
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The pie chart shows the number of US retail sales in per cent in April 2016. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown. Write
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Рекомендации по развитию навыков письменной речи
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Требования, предъявляемые к рассказу
Общие советы
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Можно закончить рассказ
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Adding - ed to the verb stem.
Adding -(e)s to the verb stem.
Adding - ing to the verb stem.
Add - es to the following verbs.
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
Add - ed to the following verbs.
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Add - ing to the following verbs.
Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку
Рекомендации по подготовке к муниципальному этапу олимпиады
Рекомендации по развитию навыков устной речи
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Telling a story
Speaking based on the video episode
Speaking based on a picture
Dialogue with a partner
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Presentation based on some information in the Russian language
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Пунктуационные ошибки
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Слайд 2: Основные цели и задачи олимпиады:

в ыявление и развитие у учащихся творческих способностей и интереса к английскому языку; развитие языковых и социокультурных знаний, связанных с историей и культурой англоязычных стран.

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Олимпиада школьников проводится в несколько этапов: школьный (для учащихся 5-11 классов), муниципальный (для учащихся 7-11 классов ), региональный (для учащихся 9-11 классов), заключительный. В каждом этапе, начиная с муниципального, принимают участие школьники, ставшие победителями и призерами в предыдущем этапе.

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Слайд 4: Муниципальный этап состоит из 4 конкурсов:

конкурс понимания устной речи; к онкурс понимания письменной речи; л ексико-грамматический тест; к онкурс письменной речи.

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Слайд 5: Конкурс понимания устной речи

Listen to the text and decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F) or there is no information about it in the text (NI). The man is not convinced about the extent of the problem. The two specific regions in the brain are active when people are depressed. Optimistic people have more cells in these two regions of the brain. Research reveals that one third of the world’s population suffer from depression at least once in their life. Researchers know that inactivity of the two regions of the brain is a cause of depression. Autopsies show that depressed people had various health problems.

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Слайд 6: Конкурс понимания устной речи: альтернативный выбор

Listen to the text and decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F) or there is no information about it in the text (NI). The man is not convinced about the extent of the problem. TRUE The two specific regions in the brain are active when people are depressed. NO INFORMATION Optimistic people have more cells in these two regions of the brain. NO INFORMATION Research reveals that one third of the world’s population suffer from depression at least once in their life. NO INFORMATION Researchers know that inactivity of the two regions of the brain is a cause of depression. F ALSE Autopsies show that depressed people had various health problems. NO INFORMATION

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Слайд 7: You will hear a passage about jokes. For items 1-10 decide whether the statements are True (A) or False (B) according to the text you hear. You will hear the text once

1. People from different countries easily agree about what is funny. 2. Some cultures do not have jokes. 3. In many countries there are jokes about stupid persons. 4. Taboo subjects may vary in different countries. 5. The joke about the hunters is a ‘black’ one. 6. The narrator finds the joke about the hunters extremely funny. 7. The scientists think that the joke about Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson is the funniest. 8. The narrator rather likes the Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson joke. 9. Surprising endings are important for good jokes. 10. Scientists will once be able to find the best ever joke.

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1. People from different countries easily agree about what is funny. B 2. Some cultures do not have jokes. B 3. In many countries there are jokes about stupid persons. A 4. Taboo subjects may vary in different countries. A 5. The joke about the hunters is a ‘black’ one. A 6. The narrator finds the joke about the hunters extremely funny. B 7. The scientists think that the joke about Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson is the funniest. B 8. The narrator rather likes the Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson joke.A 9. Surprising endings are important for good jokes. A 10. Scientists will once be able to find the best ever joke. B

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Слайд 9: Конкурс понимания устной речи: заполнение пропусков

Fill in the gaps with no more than two words. Time machine, Let’s go back in time. First stop was 1) ____________________ Times of war and times of 2) ____________, Mathematicians and philosophers, Socrates and Herodotus. Next stop was a long way from home, I was in streets of 3) __________________ The Coliseum in all its glory The 4) __________________ were another story. Columbus sailed from East to 5) _______, 6) _________ was born, you know the rest. I saw the days of the 7) _______________ The guillotine was no solution. I saw times of darkness and times of light, Politicians from the left and 8) _______, World War I and World War II, An 9) _______________ between me and you. I saw a man walking up in 10) _______, The 11) _______________ sink without a trace, A world of robots and 12) ___________, What’s the future for you and me?

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Time machine, Let’s go back in time. First stop was 1 ) Ancient Greece Times of war and times of 2) peace, Mathematicians and philosophers, Socrates and Herodotus. Next stop was a long way from home, I was in streets of 3) Ancient Rome The Coliseum in all its glory The 4) circus games were another story. Columbus sailed from East to 5) West, 6) America was born, you know the rest. I saw the days of the 7) French Revolution The guillotine was no solution. I saw times of darkness and times of light, Politicians from the left and 8) right, World War I and World War II, An 9) iron curtain between me and you. I saw a man walking up in 10) space, The 11) Berlin Wall sink without a trace, A world of robots and 12) technology, What’s the future for you and me?

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Слайд 11: Интегрированное задание: конкурс понимания письменного и устного текстов

For many years, scientists have known that music can help soothe babies. Then they discovered that listening to music, Mozart in particular, can help babies in ways they hadn’t imagined before. The phenomenon, called the Mozart Effect, was found to have positive benefits on intelligence and creativity. In one study, psychologists gave study participants three tests. During each of the tests, the participants of the study listened to either Mozart, relaxation music, or nothing at all. The results of the study showed that all of the participants scored better on the tests after listening to Mozart. On average, the participants added about nine points to their IQ after listening to Mozart. The Mozart Effect also affects the creativity of babies. In his book, American author Don Campbell described how playing Mozart for babies before they are born can help them become more creative as adults. According to Campbell, the music helped stimulate their mental development. By the time the babies were born, they were already more creative than babies who did not listen to Mozart. His argument was so strong that some hospitals decided to give all new mothers CDs of Mozart’s music.

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Слайд 12: Choose A if the idea is expressed in both materials, B if it can be found only in the reading text, C if it can be found only in the audio-recording, and D if neither of the materials expresses the idea

Music can calm babies down. The Mozart Effect has a good impact on children’s intelligence and creativity. The study involved three tests. One group of the test-takers did not listen to any music at all. The test-takers were college students. A molecular basis for the Mozart Effect has recently been revealed. The extra nine points, added to the IQs of those who listened to Mozart, disappeared after 15 minutes. Rats, like humans, perform better on learning and memory tests after listening to a Mozart sonata. The Mozart Effect has not been proved scientifically. Don Campbell’s book The Mozart Effect has condensed the world’s research on all beneficial effects of certain types of music. Some hospitals gave new mothers CDs of Mozart’s music. The theory of the Mozart Effect was a marketing tool.

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Слайд 13: Choose A if the idea is expressed in both materials, B if it can be found only in the reading text, C if it can be found only in the audio-recording, and D if neither of the materials expresses the idea

Music can calm babies down. B The Mozart Effect has a good impact on children’s intelligence and creativity. B The study involved three tests. A One group of the test-takers did not listen to any music at all. A The test-takers were college students. C A molecular basis for the Mozart Effect has recently been revealed. D The extra nine points, added to the IQs of those who listened to Mozart, disappeared after 15 minutes. C Rats, like humans, perform better on learning and memory tests after listening to a Mozart sonata. D The Mozart Effect has not been proved scientifically. C Don Campbell’s book The Mozart Effect has condensed the world’s research on all beneficial effects of certain types of music.D Some hospitals gave new mothers CDs of Mozart’s music. B The theory of the Mozart Effect was a marketing tool. C

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Слайд 14: Use of English: Verb Forms

Cheryl Kuit pressed play and Latin music filled the room. As Cheryl started practicing her Zumba dance moves, her 16-year-old daughter Amber let out a groan. ‘Come on,’ said Cheryl. ‘Don’t you feel like 1 ) _________________?’ But while her mum boogied across the room, Amber just rolled her eyes and 2 )  _________ on texting her friends. Cheryl couldn’t understand it. She’d loved PE at school, enjoyed squash in her 20s and 3 ) ____________ a dress size since becoming a Zumba Fitness teacher. Her seven-year-old Catherine, loved running and gymnastics, but there 4 )  ______ no way of getting her big sister 5 ) ______________ some exercise. Cheryl said, ‘I want to encourage Amber to have a break from her books and computer screen. I’d love her to go to the gym.’ But Amber said that having piles of homework stopped her from getting fit. ‘I’m at school from 8am to 4pm,’ she explained. ‘Then I come home and do three hours of homework. I just 6 ) ______________ time for sport.’ She admitted she’d rather spend her free time hanging out with friends – and it was no help that her school didn’t see PE a priority. She said, ‘Because we 7 ) _______ exams now, our year group has just one hour a week for sport. There are clubs but you have to be the very best to get in. They 8 ) ___________ just for fun.’ Cheryl, 46, of Dennan Road, Surbiton, Greater London, 9 )  _____ up hope yet. She thinks everything will be all right. She says, ‘I’ll be a very happy lady when one day Amber 10 )  _______, “Come on, Mum. Let’s go Zumba!” ’ DANCE CARRY DROP BE TAKE NOT HAVE DO NOT BE NOT GIVE SAY

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Cheryl Kuit pressed play and Latin music filled the room. As Cheryl started practicing her Zumba dance moves, her 16-year-old daughter Amber let out a groan. ‘Come on,’ said Cheryl. ‘Don’t you feel like 1 ) DANCING?’ But while her mum boogied across the room, Amber just rolled her eyes and 2 )  CARRIED on texting her friends. Cheryl couldn’t understand it. She’d loved PE at school, enjoyed squash in her 20s and 3 ) HAD DROPPED a dress size since becoming a Zumba Fitness teacher. Her seven-year-old Catherine, loved running and gymnastics, but there 4)   WAS no way of getting her big sister 5 ) TO TAKE some exercise. Cheryl said, ‘I want to encourage Amber to have a break from her books and computer screen. I’d love her to go to the gym.’ But Amber said that having piles of homework stopped her from getting fit. ‘I’m at school from 8am to 4pm,’ she explained. ‘Then I come home and do three hours of homework. I just 6 ) DON’T HAVE time for sport.’ She admitted she’d rather spend her free time hanging out with friends – and it was no help that her school didn’t see PE a priority. She said, ‘Because we 7 ) ARE DOING exams now, our year group has just one hour a week for sport. There are clubs but you have to be the very best to get in. They 8 ) AREN’T just for fun.’ Cheryl, 46, of Dennan Road, Surbiton, Greater London, 9 )  HASN’T GIVEN up hope yet. She thinks everything will be all right. She says, ‘I’ll be a very happy lady when one day Amber 10 )  SAYS, “Come on, Mum. Let’s go Zumba!” ’ DANCE CARRY DROP BE TAKE NOT HAVE DO NOT BE NOT GIVE SAY

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T hink of one word only which can be used appropriately in all three sentences. 1. ● I need more ………………………….…… at using this computer program. ● I am worried about my interview because I’m a bit out of …………..………. ● The …………..……… of dumping the waste into the river has to be stopped. 2. ● Ann’s teeth were …………….... after she’d worn braces on them for two years. ● James managed to speak with a steady, …….………voice, despite the fact that he was furious with them. ● Make sure the surface is ……………..….. before you put up the wall paper. 3. ● The ………………..… with him is that he doesn’t have any patience. ● Stella went to a lot of ………………..… to prepare the meal. ● Angela’s had a lot of back ……………..…. lately and will have to have an operation. 4. ● John is very ………………….. with money. ● That’s a …………………. thing to do. ● The ……………….... annual temperature is 25ºC. 5. ● Elizabeth began to ………………….…… the milk into the sauce. ● Ronald was in a deep sleep and didn’t …………………..….. once all night. ● The book seemed to ……………………..….. him profoundly.

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Think of one word only which can be used appropriately in all three sentences. 1. ● I need more PRACTICE at using this computer program. ● I am worried about my interview because I’m a bit out of PRACTICE. ● The PRACTICE of dumping the waste into the river has to be stopped. 2. ● Ann’s teeth were EVEN after she’d worn braces on them for two years. ● James managed to speak with a steady, EVEN voice, despite the fact that he was furious with them. ● Make sure the surface is EVEN before you put up the wall paper. 3. ● The TROUBLE with him is that he doesn’t have any patience. ● Stella went to a lot of TROUBLE to prepare the meal. ● Angela’s had a lot of back TROUBLE lately and will have to have an operation. 4. ● John is very MEAN with money. ● That’s a MEAN thing to do. ● The MEAN annual temperature is 25ºC. 5. ● Elizabeth began to STIR the milk into the sauce. ● Ronald was in a deep sleep and didn’t STIR once all night. ● The book seemed to STIR him profoundly.

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Слайд 18: CROSSWORD PUZZLE

For questions, 1-7 read the text The Guests. Solve the crossword puzzle by replacing the underlined words or word combinations with their synonyms.

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The Guests A young man and his wife were on a trip to visit his mother. Usually they ( 1 across) came in time for supper, but they had had a late start, and now it was getting dark, so they decided to look for a place to stay overnight and (3 down) go in a car on in the morning. Just off the road, they saw a small house in the woods. "Maybe they rent rooms," the wife said. So they stopped to ask. An elderly man and woman came to the door. They didn't rent rooms, they said, but they would be glad to have them stay overnight as their guests. They had plenty of room, and they would enjoy the company. The old woman made coffee and brought out some cake, and the four of them talked for a while. Then the young couple were taken to their room. They tried to (2 across) beg urgently on paying for this, but the old man said he would not (6 across) take any money. The young couple got up early the next morning, before their hosts had awakened. They left an envelope with some money in it on a table near the front door, to pay for the room. Then they went on to the next town. They stopped at a (4 down) an eating house and had breakfast. When they told the owner where they had stayed, he was (5 down) struck with fear. «That can't be,“ he said. "That house burned to the ground, and the man and the woman who lived there (7 across) passed away in the fire». The young couple could not believe it. So they went back to the house. Only now there was no house. All they found was a burnt-out shell. They stood staring at the ruins trying to understand what had happened. Then the woman screamed: In the rubble was a badly burned table, like the one they had seen by the front door and on the table was the envelope they had left that very morning.

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A young man and his wife were on a trip to visit his mother. Usually they ( 1 across) ARRIVED in time for supper, but they had had a late start, and now it was getting dark, so they decided to look for a place to stay overnight and (3 down) DRIVE on in the morning. Just off the road, they saw a small house in the woods. "Maybe they rent rooms," the wife said. So they stopped to ask. An elderly man and woman came to the door. They didn't rent rooms, they said, but they would be glad to have them stay overnight as their guests. They had plenty of room, and they would enjoy the company. The old woman made coffee and brought out some cake, and the four of them talked for a while. Then the young couple were taken to their room. They tried to (2 across) INSIST on paying for this, but the old man said he would not (6 across) ACCEPT any money. The young couple got up early the next morning, before their hosts had awakened. They left an envelope with some money in it on a table near the front door, to pay for the room. Then they went on to the next town. They stopped at a (4 down) RESTAURANT and had breakfast. When they told the owner where they had stayed, he was (5 down) SHOCKED. «That can't be,"he said. "That house burned to the ground, and the man and the woman who lived there (7 across ) DIED in the fire». The young couple could not believe it. So they went back to the house. Only now there was no house. All they found was a burnt-out shell. They stood staring at the ruins trying to understand what had happened. Then the woman screamed: In the rubble was a badly burned table, like the one they had seen by the front door and on the table was the envelope they had left that very morning.

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Слайд 22: In each of the following extracts from a newspaper there is a misprint. Find this word, underline it and write it correctly

In this restaurant you will find a full range of beers, wines and spirits and I would recommend you to try one of their nasty bar snacks. The police would like to trade the man who helped the old lady after an accident. When the police officers arrived on the scene of the crime, they found a man writing in pain. The sign says the land is in conversation area, so it cannot be touched. Jason was stopped by the police who gave him a breast test.

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Слайд 23: In each of the following extracts from a newspaper there is a misprint. Find this word, underline it and write it correctly

In this restaurant you will find a full range of beers, wines and spirits and I would recommend you to try one of their TASTY bar snacks. The police would like to TRACE the man who helped the old lady after an accident. When the police officers arrived on the scene of the crime, they found a man WRITHING in pain. The sign says the land is in CONSERVATION area, so it cannot be touched. Jason was stopped by the police who gave him a BREATH test.

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Слайд 24: Replace the words in bold type in the following sentences with a simple word. The first letter of the word is given

After months of negotiations, the treaty has now been formally accepted. (r……………………..) After all the nuclear tests, the island was not fit to live on. (u…………………………….) We were all informed of the decision in advance. (b…………………………..) The two roads cross each other here. ( i ……………………………) All rooms must be left empty before 12 noon. (v……………………………..)

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Слайд 25: Replace the words in bold type in the following sentences with a simple word. The first letter of the word is given

After months of negotiations, the treaty has now been RATIFIED. After all the nuclear tests, the island was UNINHABITABLE. We were all informed of the decision BEFOREHAND. The two roads INTERSECT here. All rooms must be VACATED before 12 noon.

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Слайд 26: Proverbs. Fill in the gaps with one word

The early bird catches the ___________. Too many cooks spoil the ___________. Every __________ has a silver lining. Better die standing than live ____________. When at Rome, do as the ___________ do. Where there is a ___________, there is a way. A watched pot never __________. ___________ is the best policy. One good turn ____________ another. Talk of the ____________ and he will appear.

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The early bird catches the WORM. Too many cooks spoil the BROTH. Every CLOUD has a silver lining. Better die standing than live KNEELING. When at Rome, do as the ROMANS do. Where there is a WILL, there is a way. A watched pot never BOILS. HONESTY is the best policy. One good turn DESERVES another. Talk of the DEVIL and he will appear.

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Слайд 28: IDIOMS. Complete each sentence with the correct colour : green, white, blue, red, golden, black, silver

Jonathan was born with a ________ spoon in his mouth – he’s always been rich and successful. I don’t usually travel long distances, just once in a _______ moon. The company’s managing director received a £900,000 ____ handshake on retiring. The new mixer that Stella bought seems to be a ______ elephant — she doesn’t use it at all. Our small firm was in the _____ at the end of our first year. We had really hard times, I hate it. I can proudly say that I managed to move the company into the ______. Jackie’s new car made her friends _________ with envy. We told the hostess that her fishes were delicious, which was actually a _____ lie. I got an e-mail from my school friend out of the _______ last week. When the president comes to town the local authorities roll out the ______ carpet.

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Jonathan was born with a SILVER spoon in his mouth – he’s always been rich and successful. I don’t usually travel long distances, just once in a BLUE moon. The company’s managing director received a £900,000 GOLDEN handshake on retiring. The new mixer that Stella bought seems to be a WHITE elephant — she doesn’t use it at all. Our small firm was in the RED at the end of our first year. We had really hard times, I hate it. I can proudly say that I managed to move the company into the BLACK. Jackie’s new car made her friends GREEN with envy. We told the hostess that her fishes were delicious, which was actually a WHITE lie. I got an e-mail from my school friend out of the BLUE last week. When the president comes to town the local authorities roll out the RED carpet.

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Слайд 30: POLITENESS STRATEGIES. Match the questions to the functions

№ Question № Function 1 Could you type these letters for me? A Introduction 2 Why don’t you buy this hat? It’ll match your coat. B Suggestion 3 Could I use your mobile phone? C Offer 4 You haven’t met my best friend William, have you? D Invitation 5 Won’t it be better for us to discuss it now? E Request 6 Isn’t the dress old-fashioned? F Threat 7 Could he really have failed the exam? G Advice 8 Could I see your passport? H Asking for permission 9 Shall we dance? I Criticism 10 Could I carry your bag, madam? J Surprise K Order

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№ Question № Function 1 Could you type these letters for me? E REQUEST 2 Why don’t you buy this hat? It’ll match your coat. G ADVICE 3 Could I use your mobile phone? H ASKING FOR PERMISSION 4 You haven’t met my best friend William, have you? A INTRODUCTION 5 Won’t it be better for us to discuss it now? B SUGGESTION 6 Isn’t the dress old-fashioned? I CRITICISM 7 Could he really have failed the exam? J SURPRISE 8 Could I see your passport? K ORDER 9 Shall we dance? D INVITATION 10 Could I carry your bag, madam? C OFFER

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Слайд 32: Phrasal verbs

Replace the words and phrases in bold with the correct forms of the phrasal verbs, use some other words where it is necessary. The meeting continued until 6 p.m. Stephen doesn’t have a good relationship with his chief. The film was boring. I fell asleep in the middle of it. A bomb exploded in one of the residential areas, but fortunately nobody was injured. They really charged too much at that hotel. It’s a disgrace to have to pay so much money for such poor service! They had to cancel the football match because of the weather. The teacher spoke angrily to him for not doing his homework. I wish you would stop trying to impress people – we all know how clever you are! We’ve invited them to dinner, but we’ll have to move it to a later date because our baby is sick. We start our journey very early.

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The meeting continued until 6 p.m. WENT ON Stephen doesn’t have a good relationship with his chief. DOESN’T GET ON The film was boring. I fell asleep in the middle of it. DROPPED OFF / NODDED OFF / DOZED OFF A bomb exploded in one of the residential areas, but fortunately nobody was injured. WENT OFF They really charged too much at that hotel. It’s a disgrace to have to pay so much money for such poor service ! RIPPED US OFF They had to cancel the football match because of the weather. CALL OFF The teacher spoke angrily to him for not doing his homework. TOLD HIM OFF I wish you would stop trying to impress people – we all know how clever you are ! SHOWING OFF We’ve invited them to dinner, but we’ll have to move it to a later date because our baby is sick. PUT IT OFF We start our journey very early. SET OFF

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Слайд 34: Vocabulary work

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Слайд 35: heather

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Слайд 36: daisy

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Слайд 37: pansy

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Слайд 38: dandelion

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Слайд 39: f orget-me-not

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Слайд 40: daffodil

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Слайд 41: tulip

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Слайд 42: lily of the valley

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Слайд 43: snowdrop

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Слайд 44: History and Culture of the English Speaking Countries

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Слайд 45: History and Culture of the English Speaking Countries

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Слайд 46: WRITING: The line graph shows Minnesota’s investment in child care between 2001 and 2019. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown. Write at least 150 words

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Слайд 47: Useful Language

This line graph shows changes in … Total funding started at $120 million. Total funding reached a peak … State funding increased for …years and then levelled off. State funding dipped briefly in 2006, then recovered. In … total funding stood at … State funding rose from … to … between … and … Since 2014 total funding has increased … It remained constant/stable … It maintained the same level … There has been a steady rise in … There was a dramatic improvement in … There was a steady growth … The main trend seen in the graph is that …

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Слайд 48: The bar chart gives information about the unemployment rate in the United Kingdom from July 2015 to April 2016 in per cent. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown. Write at least 150 words

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Слайд 49: Useful Language

The unemployment rate in the United Kingdom fell to … It is the lowest figure …/It is the highest figure … The number of unemployed reached the lowest … The employment rate decreased to a fresh record of … British unemployment rate was recorded at … per cent … The number of unemployed people remained unchanged … It fell slightly … The figures indicate that … The following conclusions can be drawn from the data …

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Слайд 50: The pie chart shows the number of US retail sales in per cent in April 2016. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown. Write at least 150 words

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Слайд 51: Useful Language

We can see that the greatest proportion of expenditure was on … Gasoline accounts for just 7 % of the total. Restaurants and bars came in the second place at 12 %. Another major expense was general merchandise, at 12 %. Compared with … In contrast, we can see that … The smallest proportion of expenditure was on … Overall, the data indicates that …

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Слайд 52: Рекомендации по развитию навыков письменной речи

Всегда помните высказывание: “The only way to learn to write is to write.” (Peggy Teeters, American writer, teacher of creative writing) Научитесь правильно использовать связующие элементы. Изучите орфографические правила. When our spelling is perfect, it’s invisible. But when it’s flawed, it prompts strong negative associations (Marilyn vos Savant, American writer). Научитесь правильно использовать пунктуационные знаки. Помните, что пунктуация в английском языке отличается от пунктуации русского языка. Всегда приветствуется оригинальность и творческий подход к выполнению заданий, однако, помните и о соблюдении заданного формата письма.

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Write your own version of the story based on the picture. Time: 60 minutes Remember to: include a title; describe events in an entertaining way; include elements of direct speech, description of feelings and emotions; make an unexpected ending. You should write 220-250 words.

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Слайд 56: Требования, предъявляемые к рассказу

ц елостность содержания; о ригинальный, динамически развивающийся сюжет; е стественность тона повествования, наличие описания, повествования, рассуждения; заинтересованный тон изложения, наличие индивидуально-авторской оценки событий и фактов, чувств и эмоций автора и героев; я сное, логичное изложение мыслей; н аличие элементов диалогической речи; н аличие композиции: зачина, основной части с кульминацией, завершающей части (концовки, развязки); наличие заголовка и абзацев4 и спользование разнообразных языковых средств.

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Слайд 57: Общие советы

Помните, что рассказ может быть написан от первого или третьего лица, он может описывать серию вымышленных событий, событий, представленных на картинке или событий из жизни автора.

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Рассказ обычно состоит из введения (зачина), в котором представлена сцена событий (герои, время, место) таким образом, чтобы захватить внимание читателя и заставить его продолжить чтение; о сновной части, в которой разворачивается сюжет и достигает кульминации; заключения (концовки, развязки), в которой автор или герой обращается к чувствам читателя, комментирует чувства героев или последствия событий. Чем более непредсказуема концовка, тем большее впечатление она произведет на читателя.

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Следует следить за логикой повествования и делить текст на абзацы, используя средства логической связи. Прежде чем начинать писать рассказ, продумайте сюжетную линию, характеристику героев, составьте план и набросайте ключевые слова к пунктам плана.

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Можно начать рассказ о писывая погоду, людей, место действия; и спользуя прямую речь; з адавая риторический вопрос; а дресовав свои слова к читателю.

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Слайд 61: Можно закончить рассказ

о бращаясь к чувствам читателя; о писывая реакции людей на события, описанные в основной части; с оздавая загадку или напряжение; р аскрывая загадку или снимая напряжение; объясняя последствия событий, давая развязку; задавая риторический вопрос; написав о чем-то абсолютно неожиданном в плане предсказания развития сюжета.

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Учтите, что динамика событий в рассказе очень важна, ее можно подчеркнуть, используя слова at the beginning, at first, then, before, until, while, during, after, after a while, finally, eventually, etc., т акже используя глаголы happen, decide, realise, start, run, appear, disappear, occur, exclaim, sigh, mutter, say, wonder, surprise, believe, argue, etc.

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Используйте прилагательные и наречия, чтобы описать чувства и действия героев. При этом вместо приевшихся слов big, small, interesting, good, bad, very используйте их синонимы enormous, tiny, exciting, terrific, horrible, extremely etc.

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При написании рассказа используйте самые разнообразные грамматические структуры: Complex Object, Conditionals, Inversion etc. Используйте Past Continuous для описания ситуации, на фоне которой происходят основные события (The sun was shining, the birds were twittering, the children were playing in the yard). Используйте Past Simple для описания основных событий, цепочки действий (He slowly entered the house, locked the door and looked at the clock on the wall). Используйте Past Perfect для событий, происходивших до основных событий (The house was empty as everybody had gone to the concert).

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Слайд 65: Adding - ed to the verb stem

● If a verb ends in -y which is preceded by a consonant, -y changes into - i + - ed ( study – studied, deny – denied, cry – cried ). If -y at the end of the verb is preceded by a vowel, there is no change ( stay – stayed, play – played ). ● A final consonant is doubled if it is preceded by one short stressed vowel ( stop – stopped, drop – dropped, permit – permitted, admit – admitted ) or if a verb ends in a stressed - ur, - ir or - er ( prefer – preferred, occur – occurred, refer – referred, stir – stirred ). There are some exceptions, though: kidnap – kidnapped, worship – worshipped, handicap – handicapped. If a long or unstressed vowel precedes the final consonant, the latter is not doubled ( steam – steamed, reform – reformed, limit – limited, appear – appeared ). ● A final -l is doubled in all the cases ( travel – travelled, quarrel – quarrelled ). ● Final vowel letters and combinations -ow, -aw, - ew do not change ( taxi – taxied, ski – skied, veto – vetoed, moo – mooed, show – showed, thaw – thawed, sew – sewed ). ● If a verb ends in - ee, only -d is added ( agree – agreed ). ● If a verb ends in -c (usually - ic ) which is pronounced as [k], the letter c changes into ck to keep the sound [k] ( panic – panicked, picnic – picnicked ).

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Слайд 66: Adding -(e)s to the verb stem

● If a verb ends in -s, - ss, - sh, - ch, - tch, -x, -z, -o, the suffix - es is added to the verb to form the Present Simple Tense ( gasses, passes, washes, launches, watches, fixes, buzzes, does ). ● If a verb ends in -y which is preceded by a consonant, -y changes into - i + ed ( carry – carries, try – tries, study – studies ), if the final -y is preceded by a vowel, no change takes place ( obey – obeys, stay – stays ).

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Слайд 67: Adding - ing to the verb stem

● If a verb ends in a silent -e, it is dropped when - ing is added ( admire – admiring, charge – charging ). There are some exceptions: dye – dyeing, toe – toeing, singe – singeing. ● A final consonant is doubled if it is preceded by a short stressed vowel ( stop – stopping, cut – cutting ) or if a verb ends in – ur, - ir or - er ( prefer – preferring, occur – occurring, stir -stirring ). There are some exceptions: kidnap – kidnapping, worship – worshipping, handicap – handicapping. ● A final -l is always doubled ( travel – travelling, quarrel – quarrelling ). If a verb ends in -y, -y remains unchanged in all positions ( study – studying, play – playing, cry – crying ). ● A final - ie changes into -y ( die – dying, tie – tying, lie – lying ). ● If a verb ends in -c (usually - ic ) which is pronounced as [k], the letter c changes into ck to keep the sound [k] ( traffic – trafficking, picnic – picnicking ).

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Слайд 68: Add - es to the following verbs

itch kiss avoid buy laugh lay occupy preach choose miss lie approach base catch clench endure apply annoy appear arch bore develop draw empty employ enjoy go identify owe cancel dry dress

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itches kisses avoids buys laughs lays occupies preaches chooses misses lies approaches bases catches clenches endures applies annoys appears arches bores develops draws empties employs enjoys goes identifies owes cancels dries dresses

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reply cover mimic handicap sew rob bury employ prefer carry stir kidnap betray allow radio agree cancel worry heal worship quarel taxi traffic exit beg hum refer repair roar occur show free pit regret destroy study

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replied covered mimicked handicapped sewed robbed buried employed preferred carried stirred kidnapped betrayed allowed radioed agreed cancelled worried healed worshipped quarreled taxied trafficked exited begged hummed referred repaired roared occurred showed freed pitted regretted destroyed studied

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Слайд 72: Add - ing to the following verbs

travel care cancel judge breathe argue toe buy bury die sue dye agree rub permit stay study allow delay tie issue see panic enjoy worship regret exit cool ski fry singe mimic rob worry complain kidnap visit offer signify lie

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travelling caring cancelling judging breathing arguing toeing buying burying dying suing dyeing agreeing rubbing permitting staying studying allowing delaying tying issuing seeing panicking enjoying worshipping regretting exiting cooling skiing frying singeing mimicking robbing worrying complaining kidnapping visiting offering signifying lying

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Слайд 74: Рекомендации по подготовке к муниципальному этапу олимпиады

р асширение словарного запаса п овторение грамматического материала ч тение художественной литературы в ыполнение различных письменных заданий п рослушивание текстов, песен, радиопрограмм п росмотр художественных фильмов, сериалов, документальных фильмов, обучающих фильмов, коротких видеороликов в ыполнение самых разнообразных заданий на развитие навыков устной речи

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Слайд 75: Рекомендации по развитию навыков устной речи

выполнение заданий разного типа (монологи, диалоги, полилоги, презентации); запись ответов на диктофон (или работа с программой What’s app) ; в ыполнение заданий с предварительной подготовкой (в том числе домашней); в ыполнение заданий с минимальной подготовкой; р абота в группах (выполнение проектов; заданий, которые носят проблемный характер); о ценивание устных высказываний других учащихся (развивает умение замечать ошибки, исправлять их, анализировать причины возникновения, стараться избегать подобных ошибок в своих высказываниях)

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Слайд 76: Составление презентации

Task 1. Look at the storyboard for Marli fruit juice and prepare a scenario (a story that summarises the action, the atmosphere, the characters and the scene where the sequences of the TV commercial will be filmed) and a slogan for this product. Give a two-minute presentation of your scenario. Remember to speak about: ● the setting; ● the characters; ● the action; ● the slogan.

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Task 1. Before you start doing the task, read some information about designing a television commercial. A TV commercial is a short film sequence of between 30 and 60 seconds with an accompanying soundtrack. Various techniques are used in commercials to convince the viewer of the value of the product or service which is being advertised. One of the most common is ‘dramatization’ where a short story is developed around the product or the service. The original ideas behind a commercial of this type are developed from a scenario, a written document that summarises the action, the atmosphere, the characters and the scene where the sequences of the commercial will be filmed. An artist then produces a storyboard, or series of pictures, to show how the commercial will look. Look at the storyboard for a Gillette anti- perspirant TV commercial and prepare a scenario and a slogan for this product. Present your scenario to the teacher. You are to talk for 1-1,5 min. The teacher will listen until you have finished. Then s/he will ask you some questions. Remember to speak about: ● the setting; ● the characters (explain who they are; what they look like; what they say); ● the action; ● the slogan.

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Imagine that you and your partner are invited to a talk show about modern technologies. Present a true-to-life or an imaginary story about how a hero’s incompetence with new technologies puts him in danger. (Monologue; Time: 1-1,5 minutes) Then answer three questions of your partner. (Dialogue; Time: 2 minutes)

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Слайд 81: Telling a story

Make up either an imaginary or a true-to-life story and present it to your partner. Your partner will listen to you until you have finished and then s/he will ask you 3 questions. After that the partner must say if the story is true or imaginary.

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Слайд 82: Speaking based on the video episode

Watch a short video episode about Sydney and do the following tasks: s peak about the good and bad points of the transportation in Sydney; s ay how the transportation in your hometown can be improved.

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Слайд 83: Speaking based on a picture

Design a robot of your own. Draw a picture and prepare a presentation in which you are to describe a robot; speak about its functions; explain in what spheres (education, work, entertainment, home, travel, medicine, space exploration etc.) it can be useful. You are to speak for about 2 minutes. The jury will listen to you until you have finished. Then you will be asked some questions.

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Слайд 84: Dialogue with a partner

Talk with your partner about the degree of danger each of the following professionals might face in their jobs. Then decide on the job that is most dangerous. Remember to: ● speak for 3-4 minutes; ● discuss all the pictures; ● come up with ideas and give good reasons; ● find out your friend’s attitudes and take them into account; ● be active and polite; ● use conversational formulas; ● come to an agreement and choose only one profession which you find the most dangerous.

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Слайд 86: Presentation based on some information in the Russian language

Imagine you are a tourist guide and you are going to tell a foreign tourist from the USA about the monument to V.M. Shukshin. Remember to speak about ● the person whose monument you are standing in front of; ● the history of the construction; ● the significance of the monument. Present the facts in an entertaining way. You have 15 minutes to look through the information for your excursion and 3 minutes for the presentation.

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Слайд 90: Типичные грамматические ошибки

времена, использование глагольных форм, согласование времен, порядок слов, артикли, у потребление множественного числа в структуре: one of the cities, п редлоги: influence smth, his influence on me, affect smth местоимения (feel happy).

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Слайд 91: Лексические ошибки

лексическая сочетаемость, идиомы, фразовые глаголы с лова, представляющие особую сложность: lose-loose ; lie-lay, rise-raise, invite-invent л ожные друзья переводчика: intelligent, accurate, н еправильное словообразование: architect, playwright

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Слайд 92: Орфографические ошибки

правила написания слов при добавлении суффиксов - ing, - ed, - es : - y в финальной позиции, удвоение согласной и др. c уффикс – ful, н аписание отдельных слов: disappointing, convenient, until.

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Слайд 93: Пунктуационные ошибки

использование правил русского языка (запятая перед that), оформление прямой речи, использование кавычек для названий книг, фильмов и др., использование строчных букв в названиях, использование точки в конце заголовков, отсутствие запятой после вводных слов.

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Слайд 94: Прямая речь

‘Daddy, when you were my age, how much television could you watch?’ Paula glanced at Bob seductively. ‘ When I was your age, there was no TV.’ ‘ Are you that old ?’ ‘ What your father means,’ said Sheila, glossing Bob’s hyperbole, ‘was he knew that reading books was more rewarding.’ ‘ We read books in school,’ said Paula. ‘Can I watch the tube now?’ ‘ If all your homework is done,’ said Sheila.

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Слайд 95: Стилевые ошибки

использование разговорной лексики в сочинениях, докладах, описаниях, стиль которых должен соответствовать нейтральному или официальному.

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Слайд 96: Фонетические ошибки

неверное произношение слов ( channel – canal, desert-dessert, Seoul, image, design, extreme, effect, company, win-won-won, front, discount, climb, bomb, comb, nation – national, international, nature – natural, says-said, house-houses, secretive, biscuits, astronaut), произнесение звука [g] в конце слов – ing, межзубных звуков [ θ, ð ], замена одного из звуков другим [w, v, f, θ, ð ], н еверное ударение в словах: c ommunicate, imaginative, investigate, mobile ударение сложных существительных ( wildlife, bedroom, handbag, newspaper, homework, timetable, vacuum-cleaner), интонация ( паузация, логическое ударение, выделение всех слов синтагмы, несоблюдение интонации конца предложения и др.), долгота: beach, reach, speak, people д иссимиляция: hundred, particularly, regularly, conscientious, tragedy (* tradegy ), subtract (* substract )

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Последний слайд презентации: Готовимся к олимпиадам по английскому языку

СПАСИБО ЗА ВНИМАНИЕ!

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