Find the odd word:
Wales, Scotland, England, Northern Ireland, Ben Nevis, the Thames, Edinburgh, William Shakespeare, the President, Loch Ness.
Answer the questions:( speech drill)
What parts does the U.K consist of?
Which city is the capital of England ( Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland)?
Which is the highest mountain on the British Isles?
Where is Loch Ness?
The Thames is the longest river on the British Isles, isn’t it?
Who is the head of Great Britain?
Where was William Shakespeare born?
Find the odd word:
Must, should, ought to, be to, have, have to.
Can, should, be able to, could.
Now, read the English proverb, find the modal verb in it and name its second form and its equivalent.
Proverb: Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
What can you do very well? What will you able to do next year? What could you do when you were 5?
“The British Queen’s family”
Read the English proverb and answer the questions:
Proverb: “Hamlet” without the Prince of Denmark.
Who wrote “Hamlet”?
What country is William Shakespeare from?
When was he born?
What is the name of his native town?
What is the name of the Prince of Wales?
Is he the eldest son of the Queen of England?
Add one letter to each of the following words ( in any place) to form a new word.
It can spoil a day at the seaside
The sound a lion makes
It is a fruit
You use it to draw strait lines
It is like in winter
The opposite of generous
Americans call it a streetcar
Something most men do every day
It keeps you clean
It means you are not afraid
Shops do it every morning
American word for shop
To take secretly, without right
The opposite of blunt
To look for
It’s seen in a fire
Choosing the right synonym out of confusing words
You haven’t (lent| borrowed) my rubber, have you, Paul?
The (nature | countryside) around this town is very flat.
The injured man was (laying | lying) on the road close to the wreckage of his car.
Who (taught | learnt) you to play the guitar, Fred?
Why don’t you (take | bring) your girlfriend with you next time?
I didn’t have time to (do | make) the bed this morning.
Amsterdam is a city full of (channels | canals).
It’s a lot of (job | work) looking after children.
I prefer to (hire | rent) a television than buy one.
10. Was it Bell who (invented | discovered) the telephone?
11. The answer to the crossword is on the (backside | back).
12. Sussex is my favourite (landscape | county) in England.
13 I usually (go up |get up) at 7.30 every morning.
14. Is it all right if I(go with | follow) you to the concert on
15. Was it (funny | fun) at the party on Friday?
16. What (more | else) did you do in Spain, apart swimming and sun-bathing?
17. I’ve been (sparing | saving) for years to buy a new
18. Those of you who wish to come to the Zoo this
Afternoon, please (raise | rise) your hands?
19. I wonder if you’d mind (bringing | fetching) John from
next door? He’s wanted on the telephone.
20. When I heard that I’d given the job I felt very
(lucky | happy) ideed.
Разработка включает примеры различных видов словарной работы, которые можно предложить учащимся в начале урока в качестве речевой зарядки, что позволит ввести учащихся в сферу иноязычного общения.Такие задания как найдите лишнее слово, прочитайте английскую пословицу и ответьте на вопросы учителя, образуйте новые слова путем подстановки одной буквы к уже имеющимся словам,выберите правильные синонимы из запутанных слов и т.д развивают логическое мышление учащихся, память,умение сопоставлять и делать собственные выводы.
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