Find the words or phrases (1–7) in the text above which are explained / defined (a–g)? The first and the last letter are given to help you.
|1||a---y to the university||a||ask for a place at the university|
|2||be a------d to the university||b||have the right to study at the university|
|3||t--e an exam/ p--s an exam||c||be tested on one’s knowledge or ability|
|4||a----d classes||d||go to, be present at|
|5||m--s classes||e||not to go, be absent|
|6||do r------h||f||investigate sth in order to discover new facts, get additional information|
|7||b------r||g||(a man or a woman who has taken) the first university degree|
Test yourself. Cover the dictionary meanings and look at the words. What are the meanings?
Are the following statements about these two students true or false?
a. They are first-year students.
b. Dasha Klimova entered the university at a second go.
c. The Faculty of Mathematics and IT offers three courses.
d. These students have problems with Calculus.
e. Dima and Dasha are going to get their Master’s degree.
Grammar focus: Questions with auxiliaries
| Questions with an auxiliary
· Put the auxiliary verb before the subject in questions, e.g.:
Is he studying maths now?
Are there any lectures in Computer science today?
· If there is no other auxiliary, we use do/does (present simple), did (past simple) or will (future simple).
· There are many question words in English which are used to find out more information about each other, e.g.:
A Re-order the words in the chart below to make questions about Dima/Dasha.
|Age?||1 How is old s/he|
|From?||2 Where s/he does come from|
|Entrance exams?||3 Did entrance exams s/he pass|
|External tests scores?||4 What his/her external were scores|
|Faculty?||5 What does s/he study faculty at|
|Course?||6 What does course take s/he|
|Subjects?||7 What s/he study subjects does|
|Lives in (at)?||8 Does a dormitory s/he live in|
|Future plans?||9 What s/he to do is after degree going his/her Bachelor’s|
In pairs, ask and answer questions about Dima and Dasha
Interview your partner to complete the form
Place of birth ___________________________________________________
Date of birth ___________________________________________________
Place of study ___________________________________________________
Course of study ___________________________________________________
A Complete the questions you need to ask to fill in the form
What faculty ___________________________________________________
What course ___________________________________________________
What _______________________________________ in your free time.
Learn mathematics in English
Cardinal and ordinal numbers
In pairs, practice reading cardinal/ordinal numerals in the table below. Cover the column with spoken forms of numerals and then read number symbols in the direct or reverse order (Take turns).
For example: A asks B to read numerals from 11 till 21 or from 222nd till 201st. A checks and corrects the answer.
|101||A/one hundred and one||101st||One hundred and first|
|222||Two hundred and twenty-two||222nd||Two hundred and twenty second|
|2,008||Two thousand and eight||2,000th||Two thousand and eighth|
|10,000||Ten thousand||10,000th||Ten thousandth|
|100,000||A/one hundred thousand||100,000th||Hundred thousandth|
|555,555||Five hundred and fifty-five thousand five hundred and fifty-five||555,555th||Five hundred and fifty five thousand five hundred and fifty-fifth|
|5,000,003||Five million and three||5,000,003rd||Five million and third|
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