В книге представлены тесты к учебнику И.Н. Верещагиной, К. А. Бондаренко и Т.А. Притыкиной «Английский язык: пособие для 2 класса школ с углубленным изучением английского языка, лицеев, гимназий, колледжей». Его материалы охватывают все лексические и грамматические темы, изучаемые на данном этапе обучения, со строгим соблюдением последовательности ввода грамматических структур и лексических единиц. Присутствие ключей ко всем заданиям позволит заниматься по книге не только на уроке, но также самостоятельно или под руководством родителей.
1. Read the text using a list of words (Word list).
2. Check how well You remember the words, first closing the right column of the table and giving the Russian equivalents of English phrases, then — closing the left column and giving the English equivalents of Russian phrases.
3. For each underlined word in the text pick one — root words, filling in a table consisting of four columns: 1 — verb, 2 — a specific noun (ie, a noun denoting the subject), 3 — abstract noun (ie, a noun denoting an abstract concept), 4 — pril-gatelnoe. Not all columns can be filled in on a case-by-case basis, and sometimes multiple words should be added to each column. Sometimes it is necessary to add adverbs to the table — for example, when the adverb is not formed from the adjective with the suffix Mu\ a coincides with the adjective (as, for example, in the pair ‘fast — fast’). When filling in the table, use not online translators, but a small dictionary in the form of a book, then it will be easier for You to find single-rooted words — they will be located on the same page next to each other.
1. Divide the text into logical parts and make a plan.
2. Retell the text, using the plan and a list of words.
Building an argument
1. Review the recommended ways to construct an argument in the following section.
2. Find the text statement, which are two conflicting views. Read again the excerpt of the test that contains this statement and the argument for both Pro-divoreced each other opinions.
3. Reformulate the first opinion (i.e., Express the same statement in a different way, expressing its meaning completely and without distorting it). Without relying on the text, repeat the arguments given in it.
4. Do the same with the second opinion.
5. First, refute the arguments in favor of the first opinion, then — in favor of the second, using a bundle before refuting (see Annex 1).
Note. The following tasks (6-8) will help You learn how to quickly come up with arguments and refute them, so sleep-Nala they can be performed in two stages:
1. In Russian with a time limit — so that as a result of the selection of arguments in Russian took You no more than three minutes. First, you should concisely write down the argument you invented, and then sign the necessary English bunch\ Milking those tasks where You simultaneously give both conflicting opinions (7-8) you should make sure that the bundles before the arguments in favor of Your opinion and before the arguments in favor of the conflicting opinion are not repeated.
2. Orally in English, not forgetting the ligaments.
This method is recommended only as long as You do not start to fit at the right time, then the stage in Russian is better to exclude. After You learn how to fit in the allotted time, arguments (concisely) and ligaments should be immediately written in English. If the whole stage of selecting arguments in English (without the full formulation of the argument) together with the bundles will take You no more than 3 minutes to arguments to one opinion, it means that You have learned how to quickly select arguments.
6. For the same statement and, accordingly, the same opposing opinions, give your arguments (at least two) first in favor of one opinion, then — in favor of the second. Refute them.
7. For each of the topics listed in the ‘Debate and essay topics’ section after each text, select the opinion you share (one of the two topics listed in each wording). First, reformulate the opinion that You share and give arguments in his favor, then give arguments for the second opinion and refute them.
8. Think up themes containing contradictory opinions (not just different, but exactly the contrary), UK-lamivudine in the theme of a given text or topic. Do the same. what UPR. 5, following the algorithm given in the note.