I. Match the English words and expressions with their Russian equivalents jewellery a) платить a manager b) быть наполненным a waiter c) официантка to be frightened d) драгоценности a waitress e) менеджер to pay f) официант to be full of g) быть испуганным
restaurant; coat; waiter; mistake; jewellery; manager; money II. Make up word combinations with the following words
III. Make up nouns denoting professions from the following verbs to wait, to manage, jewelry, police
IV. When do we use such constructions? Make up your own sentences to be surprised, to be frightened
V. Make the plural forms of the nouns waiter mistake police manager man money pocket jewelry
VI. Complete the table of irregular verbs go left брать give кричать came
VII. Insert the suitable prepositions One day a young couple went ___ a restaurant. The chest was full ___ money, jewelry and gold. The owner of the chest said nothing ___ his friends. But some days later he gave some money ___ his closest friends. Suddenly a man opened the door and came ___. John paid a lot ___ money ___ necessary information.
VIII. Guess the meaning of the words using their definitions 1) small things that you wear for decoration, such as rings or necklaces; 2) someone whose job is to manage part or all of a company or order organization 3) a man who serves food and drink at the tables in a restaurant 4) to give someone money for something you have bought, or for something they have done for you 5) feeling afraid
IX. Make up five types of questions to the sentence Suddenly another man came in with a coat.
X. Put the words in a correct order 1. was / the / near / there / a waiter / door. 2. of / restaurant / the / Mr Jones / called / manager / the. 3. some / jewelry / he / has / in / coat / my / put. 4. frightened / money / for / MrJones / was / paid / and /a lot of / jewelry / the / man / the.
XI. Translate the sentences using the Passive Voice Пальто оставили у двери. Ошибка допущена официантом. Кольца, цепочки, браслеты и серёжки продаются в ювелирном магазине. После ужина были обнаружены полные карманы драгоценностей.
XII. Choose the most appropriate title - a great mistake ; -a pocket of jewelry; - a clever thief ; - an inattentive visitor
XIV. Choose the right answer 1) Where did Mr. Jones leave his coat when he went to a restaurant one day? in the corner near the door on the chair 2) What did he find in his pockets after meal? money nothing jewelry
3) Whom did Mr. Jones meet near the door? a thief a manager a waiter 4) Who was the owner of the coat with pockets full of jewelry? a beautiful woman a waiter another man 5) What did the manager say, when Mr. Jones called him? We have no waiters here. I shall call the police. Glad to see you again.
XV. Complete the sentences When Mr Jones went to a restaurant one day, he left his coat near ______. There was _____ in the pockets of the coat when he left it. Somebody has made _______. The waiter took it and ____ away. Please give me my ____ and jewellery. Mr Jones called the _____ of the restaurant. We only have _____. I shall call _____.
XVI. Do the comprehension test. Tick the right box (agree or disagree with the following statements) True False 1. Mr Jackson went to a restaurant one day and left his coat near the door. 2. There was nothing in the pockets of the coat when he left it. 3. Mr Jones was very sad when he took his coat after his meal and found the pockets full of jewelry. 4. There was a waitress near the door. 5. Somebody has made a mistake. 6. Mr Jones called the manager of the restaurant. 7. Mr Jones was frightened and gave the man his coat.
XVII. Answer the questions Where did Mr Jones go one day? What did the waiter do then? What did he do with his coat? What happened after that? Was there anything in the pockets What was the man wearing? of the coat when Mr Jones left it? What did he say to Mr Jones? What happened when he took the What did Mr Jones answer? coat after his meal? What did Mr Jones do then? Whom did he see near the door? What did the manager of the restaurant say? What did Mr Jones say to him? What did the man shout then? What did Mr Jones do? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
XVIII. Put the words from the text in the order of their appearance 1)jewelry, 2)police, 3)coat, 4)restaurant, 5)pocket, 6)waiter,7)door,8)mistake, 9)manager, 10)money, 11)meal.
XIX. Make the text from these sentences 1. Please give me my coat and jewelry. 2. Mr Jones frightened and paid the man a lot of money for the jewelry. 3. There was a waiter near the door. 4. When Mr Jones went to a restaurant one day, he left his coat near the door. 5. Suddenly another man came in with a coat just like Mr Jones. 6. There was nothing in the pockets of the coat when he left it. 7. I made a mistake. 8. I gave the jewelry to the waiter. 9. Please give me my coat and jewelry. 10. Mr Jones called the manager of the restaurant. 11. He was very surprised when he took his coat after his meal and found the pockets full of jewelry. 12. Somebody has made a mistake. 13. He has put some jewelry in my coat. 14. Take it and when he comes back, give it to him.
XX. What is your opinion of this situation? Give your point of view
XXI. Choose the most appropriate variant of the sentence that corresponds to the main idea of the text and retell it The text is about: Mr Jones and the waiter; The coat full of jewelry; Mr Jones and a terrible mistake.
XXII. Find synonyms to these words: restaurant: jewelry: manager: money: thief: bracele t executiv e buffet controller credi t card crimina l administrator necklace pickpocket organize r chief amule t bistro dining -room chain canteen copper pin brooc h diner financ e steale r earring directo r burgla r robber cafe cafeteri a bank- notes steak - hous e snack - bar snack - bar ruler penn y chequ e hea d eatin g place ring grill
XXIII. Find the pairs of words with opposite meaning to find to lose to shout empty distant to give near to whisper to take near
Early Shopper Jim is on trial for robbery. Luckily, it's Christmas time and the judge is in a merry mood. She asks the defendant, "So, young man, what are you charged with?" "Doing my Christmas shopping a bit early," Jim replies. "Well, that's not a crime," the judge says, looking around at the lawyers present. "I know," says Jim. "Just out of interest," the judge asks, "how early were you doing this shopping then?" And Jim replies, "A few hours before the store opened."