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III. ENGLISH FOR EVERYDAY USE.

 

III.I ABOUT MYSELF

311. How old are you ?

312. Where are you from ?

313. Where were you born ?

314.What is your native town ?

315. Are you married ?

316. Do you have a family of your own ?

317. Do you have children ?

318. What is your name ?

319. What is your surname (family name, second name) ?

320. What is your patronymic ?

321. What is your full name ?

322. I am seventeen .

323. I am from ...

324. I was born in + name of the town.

325. I was born in + year.

326. I was born on the ... (5th of July)

327. My native town is ...

328. I am married .

330. I am not married .

331.I am single .

332. I am divorced .

333. I am a widow (widower) .

334. I have a family of my own .

335. I have no family of my own .

336. I have not a family of my own .

337. I have no children .

338. I have one child (two children) .

339. I have twins .

340. My name is ...

341. My surname (family name, second name) is ...

342. My patronymic is ...

343. My full name is ...

344. I can spell it .

345. What's your occupation ?

346. What are you ?

347. What do you do (are you doing) for your living ?

348. I am a student .

349. I study at the ... .

350. I am a first (a second) year student of the ... department (faculty).

 

III.2. MY FAMILY

351. Mother = Mum , Mom

352. Father = Dad

353. Grandfather = Grandpa, Grand-Dad

354. Grandmother = Grandma

355. Daughter

356. Son

357. Granddaughter

358. ... a lawyer .

381. ... a clerk .

382. ... a typist .

383. ... a driver .

384. ... a worker .

385. ... a painter .

386. ... a designer .

387. ... a journalist .

388. ... a housewife .

389. ... a schoolgirl .

390. ... a schoolboy .

391. ... a pupil .

392. ... an accountant .

393. My mother (father) is my namesake.

394. She is in her late (early) ...

395. I stay with my parents.

396. What's your address?

397. We (I) live in five, Lenin Street, flat number nine.

398. What is your flat number?



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399. What is the number of your house ?

400. What's your telephone number ? - It's five, six, two, four, six, seven .

 

111.3. APPEARENCE

401. He (she) is tall.

402. ... short.

403. ... of middle height .

404. My friend is slim .

405. . . . slender .

406. . . . plump .

407. . . . stout .

408. My cousin is beautiful .

409. . . . pretty .

410. Her husband is handsome

411. . . . plain .

412. His hair is dark .

413. 414. 415. 416. 417. 418. 419. 420. 421. 422. 423. 424. 425. 426. 427. 428. 429. 430.   . . . fair . . . . chest- nut . . . . grey . . . . blond . . . . wavy . . . . straight . . . . cut . . . . long . . . . curly . . . . short . My mother's eyes are blue . . . green . . . . grey . . . . hazel . . . . dark . . . . big . . . . small . . . . deep-set .  

431. My son's nose is straight .

432. . . . hooked .

433. . . . snubbed .

434. Betty's mouth is small .

435. . . . large .

436. . . . beautifully- shaped .

437. The complexion of her face is pale .

438. .. . rosy .

439. . . . dark .

440. I like (don't like) her (his) looks.

441 . ... appearance .

442. to lose one's look .

443. good look = beauty

444. Merits.

445. She (he) is bright .

446. ... clever .

447. ... industrious .

448. ... punctual .

449. ... generous .

450. ... tactful .

451. ... honest .

452. ... kind-hearted .

453. ... communicative .

454. ... well-bread .

455. Demerits .

456. He (she) is silly .

457. ... selfish .

458. ... lazy .

459. ... ignorant .

460. ... ambitious .

461. ... rude .

462. ... absent-minded

463. ... boring .

464. ... ill-bread .

 

III.4. MY FLAT

465. Have you got a flat or a house of your own ?

466. I have a nice cottage in the country-side .

467. They have a semi-detached house .

468. He lives in a block of flats .

469. Do you have a two-room or a three-room flat ?

470. I've got a studio .

471. on the first floor = on the ground floor

472. on the second floor = on the first floor

473. in the basement

474. in the attics

475. There is an elevator (lift) in our house .

476. There are two bedrooms a sitting-room and a kitchen in my flat .

477. a bathroom

478. a lavatory

479. Have you got a nursery for your children ?

480. I'd like to have a study .

481. In the kitchen there are two tables .

482. ... four stools.

483. ... a gas-cooker.

484. ... a fridge.

485. ... a sink.

486. ... some dish racks.

487. ... a drawer.

488. ... a cupboard.

489. In the living room we have a sofa .

490. ... two armchairs.

491. ... a coffee table.

492. ... a TV-set.

493. ... a bookcase.

494. ... four chairs.

495. ... a standard-lamp .

496. ... a carpet.

497. ... curtains.

498. ... a picture.

499. ... a video player.

500. In the bed-room one can see beds .

501. ... bedside-tables.

502. ... a wardrobe.

503. ... a (house) plant.

504. ... a fireplace.

505. in the middle of the room

506. in the right-hand corner

507 .in the left-hand corner

508.at the wall

509. opposite the window

510. near the door

511. a neighbour

512. a room-mate

 

111.5. SPARE TIME. HOBBY.

513. What is your hobby ?

514. My hobby is reading books.

515. ... collecting stamps

516. ... numismatics

517. ... amateur theatre

518. ... fishing

519. ... swimming

520. ... skating

521. ... skiing

522. ... singing

523. ... music

524. What are you fond of ?

525. What are you interested in ?

526. What hobby group or club would you like to join ?

527. I'd like to attend the English-speaking club .

528. ... the literary society

529. ... the university choir

530. ... the dramatic society

531. How long have you been collecting stamps ?

532. ... petting animals?

533. ... going in for skating ?

534. I've been doing it since 1994.

535. to give pleasure

536. I’d like to go to the ... tonight .

537. I'm going to play chess .

538. ... draughts

539. ... golf

540. ... foot-ball

541. ... volley-ball

542. ... tennis

543. ... hockey

544. I'm not much of a sportsman, but I am a fan .

545. What do you usually do when you have spare time?

546. ... holidays

547. I prefer to go to the theater .

548. ... the exhibition

549. ... the cinema

550. ... the concert

551. ... the circus

552. I adore symphonic music .

553. ... pop-music

554. ... jazz

555. I usually spend summer vacations…

556. .. traveling (abroad).

557. .. at the seaside.

558. .. in the country.

559. .. in the mountains.

560. .. in my native town.

561. .. hiking.

562. to go out

563. leisure

564. When I have time for leisure I like to go out.

 

III.6. SEASONS AND WEATHER

565. What season do you like best. ?

566. I prefer winter .

567. ... spring .

568. ... summer .

569. ... autumn .

570. What is the weather forecast for tomorrow ?

571. weather report

572. They say it will be chilly .

573. ... cold.

574. ... frosty.

575. ... windy.

576. ... rainy.

577. ... snowy.

578. ... slippery.

579. ... warm.

580. ... hot.

581. ... foggy.

582. ... nasty.

583. ... sultry.

584. ... sunny.

585. What is it like outdoors ?

586. It is raining cats & dogs.

587. . drizzling

588. .. muddy

589. ... pouring

590. It looks like rain .

591. ... snow

592. I can't stand such weather .

593. What lovely weather we are having!

594. ... nasty

595. ... stormy

596. ... mild

597. What is the temperature today ?

598. It's twenty degrees above zero .

599. ... below zero .

600. Will the weather change ?

601. ... keep on ?

 

111.7.TRAVELLING.

A.

602 .to travel by air (plane)

603. ... by sea (ship)

604. ... by train

605. ... by car

606. ... by bus

607. to go hiking

608. to travel on foot

609. a flight

610. flight number KL247 (two, four, seven)

611. to buy a ticket

612. to book a ticket

613. a business-class ticket

614. a first-class ticket

615. an economy class ticket

616. a one-way ticket

617. a return ticket

618. in advance

619. a ticket-office

620. Where can I get the information about the departure time ?

621. the arrival time ?

622. the check in ?

623. the take off of the plane for ... ?

624. the gate number ?

625. You may/can do it at the inquiries .

626. a time-table = a schedule

627. the train runs to schedule

628 .It is due in 5 minutes .

629. to miss the train (plane, bus, ship)

630. to catch the train (plane, bus, ship)

631. a railway station

632. an airport

633. a seaport

634. Could you tell me, where is check-in-desk number 5 ?

635. It is downstairs, opposite the inquiries .

636. Sorry, where's the left-luggage ?

637. It's in the basement .

638. I've got a suitcase and a bag .

639. You are allowed to take 20 kg of luggage free .

640. You should go through passport control .

641. Is it civil passport ?

642. No, I've got a business passport .

643. I've come here on business .

644. I 'm here on a personal visit .

645. I've come for a trainee course .

646. Your visa is good for 6 months only .

B.

647. Where can I get a declaration form ?

648. What do I write in the declaration form ?

649. Where should I sign ?

650. I have nothing to declare .

651. Get on the green line then .

652. I've got some foreign currency .

653 .I have got only my personal belongings ?

654. Do I have to pay duty on these things ?

655. I have no prohibited things in my bag .

656. I have no things liable for duty .

657. I've got ...

658. ... a carton of cigarettes

659. ... some souvenirs

660. I've bought it in the duty-free shop .

661. I have ... dollars (marks, francs, pounds, euro)

662. Must I show that amount on the declaration ?

663. How much do I have to pay in duty ?

C.

664. I'd like an inexpensive hotel .

665.Do you have any vacancies ?

666. A room has been reserved for me at your hotel .

667. The reservation was made in the name of ...

668. I want a single room

669. ... a double room

670. ... a room with a private bath

671.... an apartment

672. How long are you going to stay here ?

673 .I suppose for a day or two .

674 .How much should I pay per night ?

675. What does the price include ?

676. What is the check-out time ?

677. Where do I check in ?

678. Should I pay in advance or on departure ?

679. You must fill in the registration form .

680. ... the guest card .

681. a desk clerk

682.to pay a bill

683. I'd like B and B (bed and breakfast)

684. Is there a TV set in the room?

685. ... a fridge

686. ... a telephone

687 .There is a laundry, a hairdresser's and a barber's in our hotel.

 

III.8. ON THE WAY TO THE UNIVERSITY.

688. Where do you live ?

689. How far is it from the university ?

690. How much time does it take you to get to…?

691. Is it the best way to get there ?

692. Do you usually go to the university by bus ?

693. ... by trolley-bus

694. ... by tram

695. ... on foot

696. It takes me ... to get to ...

697. I usually take a bus number ...

698. ... a trolley-bus number ...

699.... a tram number ...

700. I go as far as ... street .

701 .I get off there .

702. I change for ...

703. I go straight.

704. along ... street

705. back

706. Then I turn to the right (left).

707. I turn round the corner .

708. at the corner

709. I cross the street at the crossing .

710. What's the name of this street (square) ?

711. Where's the nearest bus (tram, trolley, bus) stop ?

712. What is the name of this bus stop ?

713. What bus should I take ?

714. Which bus should I take to get to ... ?

715. Does this bus go to ... ?

716. At what stop do I get off ?

717. Are you getting off now ?

718.in front of

719. behind

720. opposite

721. a traffic light

722. Go straight along Green street two traffic lights / blocks.

 

III.9. MEALS

723. I am as hungry as a hunter .

724. Can you recommend a good (cheap) restaurant (cafe, bar) ?

725.Where can we get a quick meal ?

726. I'd like to get a snack (a big dinner, a lunch) .

727. They serve tasty food here (there) .

728. Is the service at this cafe good ?

729. The cafe is packed.

730. We'd like a table for two.

731. Is this table vacant ?

732. Could I have the menu?

733. What would you like for breakfast ?

734. I prepare bacon and eggs and a cup of tea.

735. ... fish and a cup of coffee .

736. ... a meat dish and express coffee .

737. ... vegetables and joghurt.

738. ... a soft (hard) - boiled egg .

739. I would like tea with milk .

740. What do you want to order for dinner ?

741. What would you like to start with ?

742. I'd like a fish salad .

743. ... vegetable salad

744. ... potato salad

745. ... chicken salad

746. ... mixed salad

747. ... stuffed fish

748. ... smoked fish

749. ... .shrimp cocktail

750. ... ham

751. ... cheese

752. ... meat in aspic

753. ... fish in aspic

754. What about the entree (ocновное блюдо)?

755. I'd rather order fried chicken .

756. ... roast pork.

757. ... fried fish.

758. ... pork chops.

759. What side dish would you like ?

760. vegetables

761. French fries = fried potatoes

762. mashed potatoes

763. macaroni

764. rice

765. I never eat soup .

766. What can you recommend for dessert ?

767. waffles

768. ice-cream

769. fruit salad

770. cream

771. an apple pie

772. a pastry

773. a cake

774. What about drinks ?

775. I am off alcohol, I prefer soft drinks.

776. I would like ...

777. ... sweet wine

778. ... champagne

779. ... beer

780. ... mineral water

781. ... juice

782.Could you, please, clear the table ?

783.Set the table for four .

784. a plate

785. a knife

786. a fork

787. a spoon

788. a wine glass

789. a cup

790. a napkin

791. a three-course meal

792. substantial meal

793. Can I ask for ...?

794. Please, bring ...

795.May, I have the bill?

796. Have a pleasant meal = Enjoy .

 

III.10. SHOPPING.

797.Where is ... ?

798. ... the clothing department

799. ... the shoe department

800. ... the drapery department

801. ... the hardware department

802. . ... the jewelry department

803. ... the toy department

804. ... the stationary department

805. ... the perfumery department

806. ... the linen department

807. ... the hosiery department

808. ... knitted goods department

809. How do I get to ... department ?

810. Have you got ... in stock ?

811. ... a blouse

812. ... trousers

813. ... a suit

814. ... a skirt

815. ... a dress

816. ... socks

817. ... a T-shirt

818. ... jeans

819. ... shoes

820. ... boots

821. ... a coat

822. ... a pullover

823. ... a jacket

824. Please, show me ...

825. How much is it ?

826. It doesn't suit me .

827. It's not my size .

828. What is your size ?

829. It's too large (small) for me .

830. Please, wrap all these things together.

831. Where do I buy ... ?

832. ... bread

833. ... meat

834. ... milk

835. ... butter

836. ... eggs

837. ... sausage

838. ... sugar

839. ... tea/coffee

840. ... vegetables

841. ... rice

842.You can buy it in the ...

843. ... baker's.

844. ... butcher's.

845. ... dairy.

846. ... grocery.

847. ... green-grocery.

848.Could you weigh it up ?

849. Where do I pay ?

850.You can pay at the cash-desk .

851. The shop-assistant will help you to choose the goods.

852. Where can I try the dress on ?

853. You can do it in the fitting-room .

 

lll.11. POST OFFICE.

854. Where is the nearest post-office ?

855.What time does the post-office open (close) ?

856. I'd like to register this letter .

857. I'd like to send this letter by air-mail .

858. I want to buy an envelope .

859.... a stamp

860. ... a post-card

861. What's the postage on this letter ?

862. I want to insure this letter .

863. Where's the post-restate counter ?

864. What identity papers have you got ?

865. Here is my passport .

866. Are there any letters for me?

867. I'd like to send a telegram .

868. I'd like to send an urgent telegram.

869. I'd like to send money by telegraph.

870. Where can I take a telegram form?

871. Here is a form to fill in.

872. Write the text in your language but use Roman letters.

873. Here's my telegram.

874. How shall I send it?

875. Make it a regular telegram.

876. Make it an urgent telegram.

877. How much does it cost?

878. The charge is...

879. Here is you receipt .

880. When will it be delivered ?

881. I have to call to…

882. Would you, please book me a call to...

883. How much do you charge for a three minute call?

884. Where do I pay for the telephone call ?

885. What number shall I dial to call to ... ?

886. Where's the nearest public phone (telephone) ?

887. Is it…( one, seven, five, nine)?

888. Mr. (Mrs. Miss) ... is speaking.

889. Sorry to bother you, but could I speak to ... ?

890. You are wanted on the phone !

891. No, she (he) is out at the moment .

892. Will there be any message for her (him) ?

893. Could you call back in an hour ?

894. I can hear you well .

895. Speak louder, please .

896 .I can't hear you well .

897. Speak not so loud, please.

898. Will you phone again ?

899. You have dialed the wrong number .

900. to dial a number

901. a receiver

902.a dialing tone

903. a telephone directory

904. How can I phone the information ?

905. I want to make a call from my room (house) .

 

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