READING. Read the text Healthy lifestyle and translate it.

To be healthy, people should get rid of their bad habits. It's necessary to stop smoking and drinking much. Everyone should remember that cigarettes, alcohol and drugs destroy both body and brain. Besides according to statistics most of crimes are committed by people under the influence of drugs and alcohol. In addition it is recommended to watch TV less, avoid anxiety and observe daily routine. Certainly it's hard to follow all these recommendations, but every person have to choose between healthy life style and numerous illnesses.

Nowadays our life is getting more and more tense. People live under the press of different problems, such as social, ecological, economic and others. They constantly suffer from stress, noise and dust in big cities, diseases and instability. A person should be strong and healthy in order to overcome all difficulties. To achieve this aim people ought to take care of their physical and mental health. There are several ways to do it. The state of your body depends on how much time you spend doing sports. At least everybody must do morning exercises every day. The most healthy kinds of sports are swimming, running and cycling. Healthy food is also a very important factor. Overeating causes many dangerous diseases. The daily menu should include meat, fruit and vegetables, milk product, which are rich in vitamins, fat, proteins and etc. On the other hand modern diets are very popular especially among women. Diets may be harmful, if they are used in the wrong way.


Main Literature:

1. New English File by Clive Oxenden, Christina Latham- Koenig, Paul Seligson. Pre-Intermediate. Oxford University Press, 2010.

2. Inside out by Sue Kay and Vaugham Jones. Pre-Intermediate. Macmillan. Publishers Limited 2011.


Additional Literature:

4Sue Kay and Vaughan Jones Inside Out Intermediate level. Students book. Macmillan, 2012

5 Raymond Murphy. English grammar in use . Cambridge University Press, 2012.

6 R. Murphy English Grammar in use Cambridge University Press. 2008



Hand-out Discipline:English as a foreign language Lexical theme:Eating out Pre-Intermediate Grammar:so, neither + auxiliaries Practical lesson 22 Assistant professor:Bozhbanova T.E.

WARMING UP. Give the equivalent of the proverb in Kazakh and Russian: Appetite comes with eating.

GRAMMAR: so, neither + auxiliaries


A I love football.
So do I.
A I went to university.
So did I.
A I'm not married.
Neither am I.
A I don't smoke.
Neither do I.


  Use So do I / Neither do I, etc. to say that you have something in common with somebody. Use So + auxiliary + I with positive sentences. A I'm happy. So am I. NOT So I am. Use Neither + auxiliary + I with negative sentences. A I'm not hungry. Neither am I. NOT Neither I am.   The auxiliary you use depends on the tense. I love football. So do I. I didn't like the film. Neither did I. I can swim. So can I. I wasn't very tired. Neither was I. I've been to Spain. So have I. I wouldn't like to go there. Neither would I.



1 Complete Bs answers with an auxiliary verb.

e.g.:A I like coffee So do I.
a) A I'm really hungry. So _____ I.
b) A I didn't go out last night. Neither _____I.
c) A I was born in Liverpool. B So ______ I.
d) A I don't smoke. B Neither _______I.
e) A I've been to Bangkok. B So _______I.


2 Respond to A. Say you are the same. Use So...I or Neither...I

e.g.: A I don't like whisky. Neither do I.
a) A I live near the school. ____________
b) A I'm not afraid of snakes. ____________
c) A I went to bed early. ____________
d) A I haven't been to China. ____________
e) A I don't have any children. ____________

LISTENING [4, p.58]

Read the menu, then listen to the conversation and follow in your book. How many people are having a starter?

Starters Melon Goat's cheese on toast Carrot and orange soup Mushroom pate Main courses Steak with black pepper sauce Plaice with mushrooms and tomatoes Chicken curry with basmati rice Vegetable lasagne Cheese and ham pizza with a green salad Desserts Apple tart Chocolate and coffee mousse Ice cream

1Are these sentences true or false? Correct the false sentences.

a) The restaurant is by the river.

b) Mr Grant's a vegetarian.

c) He isn't going to have a starter.

d) Ana wants fish.

e) She's going to have a starter as well.


2 Complete the sentences.

a) Mr Grant wants to have

b) Ana asked what . is?

c) Charlied like ..

d) will try the carrot and orange soup.

e) .. would like apple tart and ice cream for dessert.


3 Answer the questions.

a) What is nearby the restaurant?

b) Who offers to go to this restaurant?

c) Whats plaice?

d) What did Mrs Grant say to Charlie?

e) Who would like an ice cream for dessert?



READING . 1 Read and translate the first two paragraphs. [2, p.30]

Eating out in SF

Whatever food youre looking for an all-you-can-eat breakfast, a quick lunch, a romantic dinner you find it in San Francisco. The city is home to over 4,500 restaurants and eating places. And theyre not only for tourists. On average, San Franciscans eat out 267 times a year.

You can eat food from anywhere in the world, from Afghan to Argentinian, and from Vietnamese to vegetarian. With Mexican fast food, Italian bakeries, hundreds of Thai, Chenese, Vietnamese, and Korean restaurants, and in-and-out Japanese noodle shops, its possible to eat your way round the world during a single San Francisco weekend.

And you dont find good food only in expensive restaurants. You can try great cooking in any number of small eating places, where prices are low and reservations arent needed. Portions are often large, but you can ask the restaurant to pack up anything you dont eat so you can take it home. But wherever you eat, if you have waiter service, dont forget to tip. The exact amount you leave is up to you, but 15-20 per cent of the bill is normal.

An easy way to calculate your tip is to double the sales tax (currently 8.5 per cent).


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