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Choosing a Career: The World of Jobs (Unit 1)

Periods: 1—20

1. a kid

2. to park

3. soft-hearted

1. top

2. to mind

3. to fix (sth to/on sth)

4. dumb

5. smart

6. advanced

7. terrific

8. to show off/a show-off

9. care/to care (for/about sb/sth)

10. jealous

11. to cheat

12. a cheat

13. a cheat sheet

14. a flavour

15. flavoured

16. rotten

17. silly

18. harm

19. to creep (crept, crept)

20. creeps

1. at the top of sth/to

be(come) top of sth

2. never mind

3. Mind your own business.

4. to fix sth (to fix a day)

5. to fix sth broken

6. to fix sb up

7. to be (get) smart with someone

8. a smart aleck

9. advanced in years

10. to care to do sth

11. to take care of sb/sth

12. to feel jealous of sb/sth

13. to do harm (more harm than good)

14. to give sb the creeps

Phrases from the text:

1) to know for a fact

2) to tell sb off

3) to get into trouble

4) to walk off

5) to get rid of sth

6) once and for all

7) to give sth a try

8) to tell sb the truth

9) stuff like that

Revision:

1. Names of jobs

2. The Subjunctive Mood: Present Subjunctive

New Language:

1. The Subjunctive Mood: Past Subjunctive

2. Present and Past Subjunctive in Comparison

Social English:

offering a suggestion and reacting to it

3

Phrasal Verbs:

to hand + down, in, out, over

1. “Unusual Jobs: A Bodyguard”

22

2. “Little House on the Table” (by N. N. Click)

3. “Malcolm’s Story” (after P. Jennings)

5

“But You Promised You Wouldn’t Tell” (after B. Mooney)

4

1. Роеm “The Road Not Taken” (by R. Frost)

6

2. Song “Blowing in the Wind” (by Bob Dylan)

3. Lines:

1. Give us tools, and we will finish the job.

2. Our satisfactions in life will be in proportion with our contribution.

3. When it is dark enough, you can see the stars

21

Optional Lesson

22

Optional Lesson

23

Test on Unit 1

24—26

Home Reading Lessons 1, 2, 3

Education: The World of Learning (Unit 2)

Periods: 27—46

4. witchcraft

5. a philosopher

6. a caretaker

7. legendary

8. to concentrate

9. surroundings

21. a dormitory

22. a wizard

23. wizardry

24. to enrol (enrolled, enrolling)

25. a queue/to queue (up) (queued, queueing/queuing)

26. to vanish

27. to tickle

28. solid

29. to force/ force

30. to squeak/a squeak

31. squeaky

32. a mess/to mess

33. messy

34. complicated

35. rare/rarely

36. to relieve

37. relief

38. to drone

39. droning

40. to warn

41. a warning

15. to enrol at a college

16. to enrol on a course

17. to queue for sth

18. to jump the queue

19. a queue jumper

20. to vanish from sight

21. to vanish into thin air

22. vanishing species

23. solid advice

24. to force on/upon someone

25. to force one’s way

26. by force

27. from force of habit

28. to be in a mess

29. to mess up sth

30. to mess about

31. to be relieved

32. to drone on

33. to warn sb about/of/against sth

Phrases from the text:

1) on tiptoe

2) to scribble down

3) to give someone a good talking-to

4) to make notes

5) to go silver and pointy

6) to have a head start

7) to get to know

8) to keep doing sth

9) to get on the wrong side of someone

10) to cross

Revision:

Unit 1

New Language:

1. More Facts about the Subjunctive Mood: Present Subjunctive versus Past Subjunctive

2. “But for” structures

3. Adverbs: Degrees of Comparison

4. Adverbs as Modifiers

5. Formation of Adverbs

Social English: classroom

English 9

Phrasal Verbs: to break + away, down, into, out

1. “Secondary Education in Britain”

8

2. “Hampton School”

3. “Hogwarts” (after J. K. Rowling)

11

“Let There Be Peace”

10

1. Роеm “A Red, Red Rose” (by R. Bums)

12

2. Song “Auld Lang Syne” (by R. Burns)

3. Well-known lines:

1. Some of the best lessons are learned from mistakes and failures.

2. The love of money is the root of all evil, but the possession of it is an opportunity for much good.

3. Happiness consists not in having many

things, but in needing few.

4. A person needs to be loved the most when he deserves to be loved the least.

5. Nothing is final

47

Optional Lesson

48

Optional Lesson

49

Test on Unit 2

50—52

Home Reading Lessons 4, 5, 6

Shopping: The World of Money (Unit 3)

Periods: 53—72

10. firmly

11. downwards

12. eccentric

42. worth

43. an outfit

44. a fancy dress/fancy- dress (adj)

45. immense

46. reluctant

47. reluctance

48. to attach

49. attached

50. to detach

51. detachable

52. detached

53. to tie/а tie

54. starch/to starch

55. starched

56. stiff

57. to chew

58. chewing gum

59. ridiculous

60. to flap (flapped, flapping)

61. funeral

62. dignity

63. dignified

34. to be worth doing sth

35. with reluctance

36. to be attached to sth

37. to be deeply attached to sb

38. to detach sth from sth

39. a detached view (of an event)

40. to tie sth to/round sth

41. a stiff collar/leg/smile

42. to flap in the wind

43. to keep one’s dignity

44. to lose one’s dignity

Phrases from the text:

1) to get dressed

2) to take someone ages

3) to shriek with laughter

4) to put the lid on sth

5) jet-black

6) brand-new

7) to lose one’s nerve

8) to take (no) notice (of sth)

Revision:

Unit 2

New Language:

1. Adverbs. Degrees of Comparison.

Irregular Forms (well — better — best, badly — worse — worst, far — farther — farthest, far — further — furthest, etc.; hard — hardly, high — highly, etc.; to do sth badly — to need sth badly)

2. Modal Verbs: can /could/may/might/be allowed to; could — was/ were able to/managed to

Social English:

the language of shopping

15

Phrasal Verbs:

to come + across, down with, off, over, round

Word-building with the help of un-:

to lace (up) — to unlace

to button up — to unbutton

to buckle up — to unbuckle

to zip up — to unzip

1. “Shopping in Britain”

14

2. “What Makes Money Valuable?”

3. “Getting Dressed for the Big School” (after R. Dahl)

17

“The Verger” (part 1

16 A,

part 2

16B)

1. Quotations:

1. Business, you know, may bring money, but friendship hardly ever does. (J. Austin )

2. The love of money is the root of all evil. (the Bible)

3. Money is like a sixth sense without which you cannot make a complete use of the other five. (W. S. Maugham)

4. — The rich are different from us.

— Yes, they have money. (F. S. Fitzgerald)

5. Remember that time is money. (B. Franklin)

2. Song “Can’t Buy Me Love” (the Beatles)

3. Poem “Leisure” (by W. H. Davies)

18

73

Optional Lesson

74

Optional Lesson

75

Test on Unit 3

76—78

Home Reading Lessons 7, 8, 9

79

Optional Lesson

80

Final Test on Units 1—3

Fascination and Challenge: The World of Science and Technology (Unit 4)

Periods: 81—101

13. аn individual

14. a robot

15. a mania (kleptomania)

16. intellect

17. a combination

18. combined

19. a hybrid

20. sterilized

21. to imitate

22. potential

23. emotional

64. to express

65. a nerve

66. nervous

67. to bother

68. indifferent

69. indifferently

70. beside

71. to require

72. equipment

73. to supply/a supply

74. irritable

75. irritably

76. a case

77. worn out

78. a record/to record

79. to predict

80. to insist

81. a desire/to desire

82. a variety

83. various

84. an advantage

45. to suffer from nerves

46. to get on one’s nerves

47. to have/lose the nerve to do sth

48. to bother sb with/about sth

49. to be required to do sth

50. to be required of sb/sth

51. to supply sb with sth

52. to supply sth to sb/sth

53. in case

54. in any case

55. just in case

56. in that case

57. to set a record

58. to break the record

59. to hold the record

60. to insist on sth

61. for various reasons

62. an advantage over sb

63. to have the advantage of doing sth

64. to do sth to advantage

65. to take advantage of sth

Phrases from the text:

1) to talk sb out of sth (into sth)

2) against one’s will

3) to pay (no) attention to sth

4) to take one’s time

5) to be in charge

6) (in) flesh and blood

7) in the near future

8) to tell the difference

Revision:

Unit 3

New Language:

1. The Place of Adverbial Modifiers in Sentences

2. Adverbial Modifiers of Time and Frequency

3. Modal Verbs: must/have to/should/ought to; have to ≈ have got to

4. Substantivized Adjectives (the deaf, the blind, etc.)

Social English:

notices and warnings 21

Phrasal Verbs:

to see + sb

around, through sth or sb, to sth or sb, sb off

Do as an intensifier: do sit down, do tell me, etc.;

we, you, one in the meaning of everyone;

Structures: either ... or .... neither ... nor .... either, neither — any, none

1. “The Man and His Book” (after G. Bell)

20

2. “Virtual Reality: Danger Ahead?”

3. “The Surgeon” (after I. Asimov)

23

“Is There Life in Space?”

22

1. Proverbs:

1. One cannot be in two places at once.

2. One cannot put back the clock.

3. One is never too old to learn.

4. One must draw the line somewhere.

5. One cannot serve two masters.

2. Song “Yellow Submarine” (the Beatles)

24

3. Poem “The

Cloud-Mobile” (by M. Swenson)

102

Optional Lesson

103

Optional Lesson

104

Test on Unit 4

105—107

Home Reading Lessons 10, 11, 12

Going to Places: The World of Travelling (Unit 5)

Periods: 108—128

24. absolute

25. altogether

26. a cavalcade

27. commercial

28. countless

29. a fjord

30. a half- sister

31. idyllic

32. a steward

33. totally

34. a welcome

85. to thrill/а thrill

86. thrilling

87. a nightmare

88. to clatter/a clatter

89. to confuse

90. confusing

91. rough

92. to sink (sank, sunk)

93. to groan/a groan

94. to tremble

95. annual

96. a reunion

97. to embrace

98. a tear

99. to flow/a flow

100. wrinkled

101. a destination

102. a vessel

103. bare

104. bareheaded

105. barefooted

106. a couple

66. to be thrilled by sth

67. to have a nightmare

68. a rough sea

69. a rough drawing

70. a rough road/voice/idea

71. to sink to the bottom

72. to groan with pain

73. to give a groan

74. to tremble with sth

75. to burst into tears

76. to flow to/into sth

77. a bareheaded woman

78. a barefooted boy

79. a married couple

Phrases from the text:

1) to be certain

2) in a way

3) in addition (to sth)

4) I had better ...

5) to make sure

6) within easy reach

7) to come alive

8) to be run by sth

Revision:

Unit 4

New Language:

1. Modal Verbs: to be (to), need

2. Modal Verbs with Perfect Infinitive

3. More Facts about Adverbs. Adverbs and Adjectives

4. Well as an adverb and as an adjective

5. Nation and Nationality Words (the British, the Chinese, the Dutch, etc.)

6. The Possessive Case with Inanimate Objects

Social English:

asking and giving directions

27

Dialogue about the London Underground ^ 28

Phrasal Verbs: to drop + in (on sbfat some place), off, on sb, out

Structures: had better — would rather

1. “Canada”

26

2. “First Rules for Travellers”

3. “Going to Norway” (after R. Dahl)

30

“A Drive in the Motor Car” (after R. Dahl)

29

1. Line:

The world is a great book, of which they who never stir from home read only a page.

2. Proverb: He travels fastest who travels alone.

3. Poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” (by R. Frost)

31

4. Song “Pasadena” (Maywood)

129

Optional Lesson

130

Optional Lesson

131

Test on Unit 5

132—134

Home Reading Lessons 13, 14, 15

Newspapers and Television: The World of Mass Media (Unit 6)

Periods: 135—155

35. limited

36. to head (for)

37. injury

38. incapable

39. distant

40. a vacancy

41. uncomplimentary

107. fierce

108. a memory (memories)

109. an ability

110. idle

111. illiterate

112. a point/to point (to, out)

113. to waste

114. wasteful

115. passionate

116. marvellous(BrE)/ marvelous (AmE)

117. obvious

118. obviously

119. glorious

120. flame

121. to absorb

122. to float

123. to enclose

124. a gift

125. gifted

80. to do sth to the best of one’s ability(ies)

81. to be in flames

82. to burst into flames

83. to be absorbed in sth

Phrases from the text:

1) to turn down one’s offer

2) to hold the view (that ...)

3) it’s little wonder

4) to head (for a place)

5) to give sb a month’s leave

6) apart from that

7) in your own good time

Revision:

Unit 5

New Language:

1. Ing-forms in English

2. The Infinitive

3. Verbs That Can Be Followed Both by Vto and Ving Forms

Social English:

giving and receiving a call

Phrasal Verbs:

to hold + (one-self) in, off, on, out

Prefixes with the negative meaning: un-, in-, im-, il-, ir-

Verbs:

to allow and to let

Verbs:

to lie — лгать, to lie — лежать, to lay — класть, положить

1. “The Press in Britain and Elsewhere”

33

2. “Interview with Prince William”

3. Geographical names

36

4. “How I Became a Writer” (after R. Dahl)

37

“Wilful Nadia”

35

1. Section Did you know that ...

2. Poem “If (by R. Kipling)

38

3. Song “I Just Called to Say I Love You” (by S. Wonder)

156

Optional Lesson

157

Optional Lesson

158

Test on Unit 6

159—161

Home Reading Lessons 16, 17, 18

162—164

Optional Lessons

165

Final Test on Units 4—6


1 В таблицу не включены слова и словосочетания из рубрики Topical Vocabulary, представленные списком в учебнике (см. с. 34—36, 85—87, 135—137, 181—183, 186—187, 237—239, 290—293) и словаре.

2 В этом столбце тексты представлены в соответствии с порядком следования разделов в учебнике: 1. Reading for Country Studies; 2. Reading for Information; 3. Reading for Discussion. Некоторые из них предполагают прослушивание аудиозаписи.