7, 8

Shooting a movie.

Charles Olsen is a film director he is in the studio. He is with

Steve Newman and Rachel Evans. Steves an actor, Rachels an actress. They

are film stars.

- Everybody be quiet, please! OK. Steve, now open the door! Come in! Walk

to the sofa! Walk, dont run! OK. Sit down! Dont move! Now take Rachels

hand, look into her eyes! Dont laugh! Smile! Rachel, smile at Steve! Look

into his eyes! Dont laugh! Now close your eyes! Steve, kiss her! Thats

fine. Now, Steve, go to the door! Go out and close the door! OK. Turn the

lights on! Turn the microphone on! Start the camera! Action!

. Now answer these questions. Enlarge your answers.

1. How do you think what this film is about?

1. Which title has this film?

2. Is this film going to be an interesting one or not?

3. What is you favorite film star? Tell us about him or her?

4. What is your favorite film?

3.

. Before you listen to the dialogue, please answer the following questions.

1. What this text is about (take a look at the title)?

2. Do you like watching television?

3. Do you often argue over the choice of programs with you family? Who wins

usually?

. Listen to the dialogue. It will be difficult for you to understand the

following words so these are their meanings:

ATV-a television channel

At your mothers-in your mothers house

Fight for the right to watch TV.

- Hallo, darling. Im home.

- Hallo, John. Are you tired, dear?

- Yes, I am. What time is it?

- Its six oclock.

- Oh, whats on television tonight?

- Its a good program at quarter past eight. Paul McCartney in concert.

- Yes. And theres a good film after the news.

- Oh, and Mary in Love at quarter to seven before Police Story.

- Oh, I cant watch that. And theres a football match on ATV at half

past six.

- But, John, its my favorite program!

- Well, go and watch it at your mothers!

. Say whether these statements are true or false.

1 John is not tired.

1. There are good programs tonight.

2. Tonight is Paul McCartney in film.

3. John does not like Mary in Love.

4. His wife does not like it too.

5. There isnt a football match tonight.

. Please, answer these questions.

1. How does John feel himself?

2. What time is it?

3. What is on television at quarter past eight?

4. What is on television before Police Story?

5. What does John want to watch?

. Now listen to this dialogue once again and be ready to dramatize one of

the parts during the pauses.

1) -Hallo, darling. Im home.

pause

- Yes, I am. What time is it?

pause

- Oh, whats on television tonight?

pause

- Yes. And theres a good film after the news.

pause

- Oh, I cant watch that. And theres a football match on ATV at half

past six.

pause

- Well, go and watch it at your mothers!

2) pause

- Hallo, John. Are you tired, dear?

pause

- Its six oclock.

pause

- Its a good program at quarter past eight. Paul McCartney in concert.

pause

- Oh, and Mary in Love at quarter to seven before Police Story.

pause

- But, John, its my favorite program!

pause

2. : Different life styles.

1.

. Before you listen to the dialogue, please answer the following questions.

1. What this text is about (take a look at the title)?

2. Who do you like to be in the future?

3. Which professions do you respect most of all? Why?

. You will find difficult the following words so these are their meanings:

Rolls Royce-a car model

To be broke-to be out of money

Proper names: Gloria Gastow, Hollywood, Rolls Royce, Tom Atkins, Terry

Archer, London, Oxford.

. Listen to the cassette. You will hear pieces of information about three

quite different people. Be very attentive, some statements you will find

useful to write down.

Life is bad and life is good.

- Hi, there! My name is Gloria Gastow. I am an actress. Im from London.

Ive got a flat in London and a house in Hollywood with the swimming

pool. Ive got a new Rolls Royce and a lot of money in the bank. Ive

got a husband and three wonderful children in Hollywood. Lifes great!

Ive got everything!

- Hallo! My name is Tom Atkins. Im from London too. Im broke. I

havent got a job or a house or a car. I havent got anything.

- Look at this man, his name is Terry Archer. He isnt from London. He

is from Oxford. He is a factory worker. Hes got a good job. Hes got

a car. He hasnt got a big house. Hes got a flat. Hes got a wife but

he hasnt got any children. Lifes alright!

. Choose the best answer for each question.

1 Gloria Gastow is a(an)

a-worker

b-teacher

c-actress

d-singer

2 She has got children.

a-one

b-three

c-none

d- two

3 Tom Atkins is from

a-Glasgow

b-Manchester

c-London

d-Newcastle

4 He thinks that life is

a-good

b-bad

c-terrible

d-nice

5 Terry Archer is from

a-London

b-Oxford

c-Hollywood

d-Miami

6 He has got a

a-flat

b-house

c-swimming pool

d-Rolls Royce

. Complete the gaps in the text.

- Hi, there! My name is (1) Gastow. I am an actress. Im (2) London.

Ive got a flat (3) London and a house in Hollywood (4) the swimming

pool. Ive got a (5) Rolls Royce and a lot of (6) in the bank. Ive

got a (7) and three wonderful children in Hollywood. (8)s great!

Ive got everything!

- Hallo! (9) name is Tom Atkins. Im (10) London too. Im broke. I

havent (11) a job or a house or a (12). I havent got anything.

- Look (13) this man, his name is Terry (14). He isnt from London. He

(15) from Oxford. He is a factory (16). Hes got a good job. Hes

(17) a car. He hasnt got a (18) house. Hes got a flat. Hes got a

(19) but he hasnt got any children. Lifes (20)!

. Now all of you will comment on the following.

How do you think which fact is our success in life mostly depend on?

2.

. Before you listen to the dialogue, please answer the following questions.

1. What this text is about (take a look at the title)?

2. Do you have a day timer of your own?

3. Do you think everything should be planned for a day?

. Listen and simultaneously complete the form. It will be difficult for you

to understand the following words so these are their meanings:

Duchess-wife of a duke

The Times-an English newspaper

Proper names: Robin Nite, Duchess of Wessex, The Times, Phillip.

A day timer of a duchess.

Robin Nite the television reporter is interviewing the Duchess of Wessex

for the program The English at Home.

- Now, Duchess, tell us about an ordinary day of your life.

- Well, I wake up at seven oclock.

- Really? Do you get up then?

- No, of cause, I dont get up at that time. I have breakfast at bed and

I read The Times.

- What time do you get up?

- I get up at ten.

- What do you do then?

- I read my letters and dictate the replies to my secretary.

- And then?

- At eleven I walk in the garden with Phillip.

- Oh, who is Phillip?

- Phillip is my dog.

- What time do you have lunch?

- I have lunch at twelve thirty.

- And after lunch?

- Oh, I rest until six oclock.

- And at six, what do you do at six?

- I dress to dinner.

- We have dinner at eight oclock.

- What time do you go to bed?

- Well, I have a bath at nine thirty and I go to bed at ten.

- Thank you, Duchess. You certainly have a busy and interesting life.

FORM:

What does Duchess do at this time?

7.00-

10.00-

11.00-

12.30-

18.00-

20.00-

21.30-

22.00-

. Answer the following questions. Prove and enlarge your answer.

1. How do you think is it a spoof (parody) of a day of a real Duchess?

2. What does real Duchess do during her day?

3. Do you find this dialogue funny? Why?

3.

. Before you listen to the text, please answer the following questions.

1. What this text is about (take a look at the title)?

2. Do you like riddles? Why?

3. Would you like to take part in a quiz show?

. Listen and simultaneously complete the form choosing between Yes or No

(cross out the right answer). It will be difficult for you to understand

the following words so these are their meanings:

Competitor-a person who takes part in a competition

Uniform- special identifying set of clothes for the members of an

organization, such as soldiers

Diploma (diplomas plural form)-document confirming qualification and

education

Proper names: Moore, Jessica Gale, Ken Carter.

Whats my job?

- Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen! Welcome to Whats my job?! heres

our first competitor. Weve got three famous people here: professor

Moore the scientist, Jessica Gale the film star and Ken Carter the pop

singer. They are going to ask the questions. First-professor Moore!

- Do you work outside?

- No, I dont.

- Do you wear a uniform?

- No, I dont.

- I see. Do you work in an office?

- No, I dont.

- Next-Jessica Gale!

- Oh, is your job important?

- Yes, it is.

- Do you got any special diplomas?

- Yes, I have.

- Thank you, Jessica. And now Ken Carter.

- Hallo! Do you work with you hands?

- Yes, I do.

- Do you work at weekends?

- No, I dont

- You travel.

- No, I dont.

- Thats the ninth question. Now youre going to ask one last question.

- Oh, are you a doctor?

- No, I am a dentist.

FORM.

|Does he work outside? |Yes/No |

|Does he wear a uniform? |Yes/No |

|Does he work in an office? |Yes/No |

|Is his job important? |Yes/No |

|Does he get a big salary? |Yes/No |

|Has he got any special diplomas? |Yes/No |

|Does he work with his hands? |Yes/No |

|Does he work at weekends? |Yes/No |

|Does he travel? |Yes/No |

|Is he a doctor? |Yes/No |

. Now try to guess his job according to the form you have. Prove your

answer.

. Answer the following questions. Find examples in the real life situation.

1. What profession is the most important in your opinion?

2. Do you think a dentist is an important job?

3. Were you afraid to visit a doctor when you were a child? And now?

4. Why do you think it is so significant to find an occupation for

yourself?

4.

. Before you listen and complete the form, please answer the following

questions.

1. What this text is about (take a look at the title)?

2. What does a career mean to you?

3. Can crime be called a career? Why?

. Listen and simultaneously complete the form (write down the suitable

information for each of the year). It will be difficult for you to

understand the following words so these are their meanings:

Jaguar-a car model

To rob-to steal

To escape-to run away

Luxury- comfortable, enjoyable

Yacht-large boat used for racing or pleasure cruising

Proper names: Herbert Berg, James Stevens, Mary Foot, Charlie Fillips,

Jaguar, pacific island, Australia.

Careers.

Herbert Berg, James Stevens, Mary Foot and Charlie Fillips all went

to the same school. They left school at 1960 and they had very different

careers.

1. Herbert Berg became a politician ten years ago. He is very successful.

He bought a country house five years ago and bought a Jaguar at the same

time. Hes been a Member of Parliament for ten years. Hes had his house

and car for five years.

2. James Stevens is a criminal. He robbed the bank in 1971 and escaped to a

pacific island. He bought a luxury yacht the same year. Hes still on the

island. Hes been there since 1971. Hes had a yacht since 1971.

3. Mary Foot and Charlie Fillips fell in love at school. He gave her a ring

when they left school. She wears it every day and shes never taken it off.

Theyve got married in 1963 and they are still in love. They moved to

Australia in 1968.

FORM.

1960- Herbert Berg, James Stevens, Mary Foot and Charlie Fillips

10 years ago- Herbert Berg

5 years ago- Herbert Berg

1971- James Stevens

1971- James Stevens

1971- James Stevens

1963- Mary Foot and Charlie Fillips

1968- Mary Foot and Charlie Fillips

. Answer these questions. Prove your answer.

1. Do you think this piece of information about James Stevens is a bit

ironic?

2. Can you remember some examples from the real life similar to Mary Foot

and Charlie Fillips?

3. What qualities do you think need a good politician as Herbert Berg?

3. : Chats.

1.

. Before you listen to the dialogue, please answer the following questions.

1. What this text is about (take a look at the title)?

2. Do you like to visit bars, cafes or restaurants?

3. What is your favorite food?

4. What is a menu?

5. Which vegetables do you prefer potatoes or peas?

. Listening to the dialogue you will find difficult the following words so

these are their meanings:

Row steak-a piece of meat which is not properly roasted;

Well done steak-a piece of meat which is properly roasted;

Medium steak- roasted piece of meat between row and well done.

Menu.

-Waiter, Id like the menu, please.

- Id like some soup.

- Tomato soup.

- Yes, please. And Id like a steak.

- Row, medium or well done.

- Medium, please.

- Which vegetables would you like?

- Id like some potatoes, some peas and a salad, please.

- Certainly, sir.

- And Id like some wine.

- Which wine would you like, sir?

- A bottle of red wine, please.

. Say whether the statement true or false.

1. The client wants some soup.

2. He wants fried fish.

3. He wants some tomatoes and cucumbers.

4. He wants a salad.

5. He wants a bottle of white wine.

. Now answer these questions.

1. What did the client order first?

2. Which steak would he like to eat?

3. Which vegetables did he order?

4. Which wine would he like to drink?

. Now listen to this dialogue once again and be ready to dramatize one of

the parts during the pauses. There are some words used for naming food

that you will need for replacing:

Cucumber fish juice

Rice eggs mineral water

Carrot beef coffee

Cabbage chicken tea

Pasta pork ice-cream

1) pause

- Tomato soup.

pause

- Row, medium or well done.

pause

- Which vegetables would you like?

pause

- Certainly, sir.

pause

Which wine would you like, sir?

pause

2) -Waiter, Id like the menu, please.

- Id like some soup.

pause

- Yes, please. And Id like a steak.

pause

- Medium, please.

pause

- Id like some potatoes, some peas and a salad, please.

pause

- And Id like some wine.

pause

- A bottle of red wine, please.

2.

. Before you listen to the dialogues, please answer the following

questions.

1. What these texts are about (take a look at the titles)?

2. Do you like funny stories?

3. Do you know the meanings of all the words in the world?

4. Would you like to perfect your English, that is to make it better?

5. What can be the results if something is freshly painted?

. Listening to the dialogue you will find difficult the following words so

these are their meanings:

Foreigner-stranger, immigrant;

Deaf-unable to hear;

To brush-to clean.

Lost pen.

- Oh, dear! Whats wrong?

- I cant find my pen.

- Really?! (laughs)

- Oh, you mustnt laugh. It isnt funny.

- Oh yes, it is.

- Is it? Why?

- Its in your hand.

- Oh, yes.

A foreigner.

- Are you a foreigner?

- Pardon?

- Are you a foreigner?

- You neednt shout. Im not deaf.

- Oh, Im sorry.

- Thats all right. I just didnt understand.

- What does foreigner mean?

The door is painted.

- Be careful!

- Why?

- Ive just painted the door.

- Its all right. I havent touched it.

- Havent you? Whats that on your arm?

Perfect your English!

- Im bored.

- Well, do something!

- What for example?

- Wash your hair!

- I have already washed it.

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