English, part 2 №1. 44 issue. MEI

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TEXT control work on discipline "English"  Question 1. Please remember me to your family. 1. Hello! Glad to meet you. 2. Thank you. I´ll do that. 3. It´s quite all right. 4. How do you do? 5. Not at all. Question 2. Sorry to interrupt you, but 1. It was a pleasure. 2. Don´t mention it. 3. Thank you, I will. 4. Quite well, thank you. 5. Thanks, I certainly well. Question 3. How do you do? 1. My name is Andrew 2. Have a good time 3. How do you do? 4. See you soon. 5. Hello, nice to meet you. Question 4. Could you help me with the suitcase? 1. Thank you, I will. 2. Yes, of course. 3. Many thanks. 4. I´m sorry. I´m late. 5. Doesn´t matter much. Question 5. May I use the phone? 1. I´m afraid I must be going. 2. 2. Thank you for your help. 3. Please, you may. 4. I´m sorry to have kept your waiting 5. Pleased to meet you. Task 2. (5) Examine the Unit 1 Lesson 2 from the "Activity and interest" to Lesson 3 "Directions and information". Question 1. selected word corresponds to five definitions. prowler 1. person who goes round looking for opportunities to commit a crime. 2. unemployed builder 3. person who has recently been let out of prison. 4. person whose marriage is in trouble 5. person who likes to walk Question 2. The selected word corresponds to five definitions. royal fanatic 1. crazy member of the royal family 2. very strange person 3. person who is very interested in the royal family 4. person who hates the royal family 5. person who hates other people Question 3. The selected word corresponds to five definitions. domestic problems 1. trouble with his house 2. trouble with his family 3. trouble with his servants 4. trouble with his health 5. trouble with his neighbors. Question 4. selected word corresponds to five definitions. illicit 1. happy, enjoyable. 2. stupid. 3. evening. 4. illegal, against the law. 5. clever Question 5. highlighted expression corresponds to the five definitions. He would not hurt a fly 1. He likes animals 2. He is kind and gentle 3. He is not very strong 4. He is not very intelligent 5. He is dull-looking Task 3. (5) Examine the Unit 1 Lesson 3 from "Directions and information" to Lesson 4 "How to organize your learning". Question 1. Choose which of the five answers closer in meaning to the words highlighted in the above terms. Number correct answer note in the card answers. to move forward 1. sideways 2. backward

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