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B) Give a short description of some other disease using a few phrases from the text above.

IX. Correct the following statements, beginning each sentence with one of the following phrases:

You're wrong. You're mistaken. I can't agree with you. Nothing of the kind. But... (it is, they don't, etc.). I don't think you're right. Of course not. Just the other way round. On the contrary. Surely not! By no means!

Example: You never take your temperature when you ill.

Oh, yes (of course), I do. I always take my temperature when I'm ill.

1. Sick people never stay in bed while they are ill. 2. You were laid up with-flu last week, I believe. 3. It is not dangerous totake care of a person who has got a catching disease. 4. People often feel sick and giddy when they are quite well. 5. We seldom sneeze and cough when we have a cold. 6. You never have a sore throat when you have tonsillitis. 7. She doesn't feel any pain in her heart when she has a heart attack. 8. Children have swollen eyes when they have been laughing too much. 9. People need the services of the doctor when they are well, I think. 10. Probably you consult a dentist when you have a stomach-ache.

X. Read the text. Summarize it in 5-6 sentences without using direct speech;

Hob sat in the doctor's waiting-room. On the chairs at the wall other patients were sitting. They all looked sad except Hob who was reading an exciting story in a magazine. Just then the doctor came in to say that he was ready to see the next person. Hob got up and went into the consulting room.

Before Hob could say a word the doctor said, "Now what's the trouble? Sit down there and we'll have a look at you. Unfasten your jacket and your shirt, please. I'll listen to your heart." Hob tried to speak, but the doctor interrupted him and ordered him to say "ninety-nine". Hob said it. "Now let me see your throat, open your mouth wide." The doctor had a good look and then he said, "Well, there's nothing wrong with you." "I know there isn't," said Hob, "I just came to get a bottle of medicine for my uncle."

(From Essential English for foreign students by . . Eckersley, Lnd.. 1977)


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  1. A Good Mother
  2. A Short Course in Human Relations
  3. A) Practise using the words and word combinations in bold type to make other comparisons between some two-four regions of Russia. Write your best sentences down.
  4. A. Before you listen, say when you visit another city, what do you enjoy/not enjoy doing?
  5. A. How would you personally start job hunting? Use the phrases in the box to help you.
  6. A. Look at the pie-chart and say whether other search service providers operate in the Russian market. Do you check their ads more than once?
  7. A. Make up short dialogues expressing your opinion, agreeing or disagreeing. Use the prompts given below.
  8. A. Match pictures 1 7 with their descriptions 1) 6).
  9. A. Read the short extract from the interview and recognize any constructions expressing Future Actions.
  10. Act as a teacher in class, using the material from the lectures above.
  11. And write your own sentences with the same words and phrases.
  12. B) Comment on the fragments above.




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