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Answer the following questions 1) What things are usually advertised? 2) Which good reasons are given to buy a camera, a mobile phone? 3) Which good reasons are given to buy a microwave oven, a computer? 4) Which characteristics of the things are usually highlighted in the advertisements? 5) Which features that are highlighted in the advertisements are essential for customers? Why? 6) Which of the arguments would you give for or against the advertised things?
7) Would you buy the advertised things? Why? Why not? 8) What gadgets and machines have you got in your home? When did you buy them? 9) What is your opinion about your gadgets and machines? 10) What arguments would you give to convince your parents to buy (a videophone, a cordless phone, roller blades)? 11) What electrical or electronic goods would you never like to have in the home? 12) Is there anything that you would like to have but it hasn’t been invented yet? What would you use this thing for?
Read these words and phrases to advertise catalogue a great variety quality products photography to capture special family moments the new generation of compact cameras to offer automatic film loading fitness and body building machine high standard compact home gyms training instructions to record exciting holiday events
Fill in prepositions and translate the word combinations 1) to be boring _______ (скучать без) 2) to be a waste ____ time (являться тратой времени) 3) to be ad _____ (быть плохим для) 4) to worry ___________ (беспокоиться о) 5) to live ___________ (жить с /без) 6) to be no use ______ all (быть совсем ненужным) (of, about, without, for, with, without, for) without of for about with /without for
Grammar revision(Past Simple) Open the brackets: He (to see) them last year, but it (to be) long ago. My Dad (to buy) his car in 2000. The door (to open) and Tom (to come) in wet and tired. The car (to go) wrong when we were travelling yesterday. The bell (to ring) and Jane (to hurry) to open the door. Two bus passengers (to die) in the accident last week. Our sister (to pass) her exam in Physics two days ago. We (to buy) our computer in 1998. The ship (to sink) there some years ago. The war (to end) in 1945 when the countries of antihitler coalition (to sign) the capitulation of Germany. (saw, was) (bought) (opened, came) (went) (rang, hurried) (died) (passed) (bought) (sank) (ended, signed)
Present Perfect Tense Open the brackets: Look! He (to repair) the car and we can start right now. The boat just (to bring) the passengers to the opposite side of the river. I (to use) this equipment since last year, but now it’s getting older. The boy just (to break) the window in the library. The play (to be) a success for a week. Supermarkets (to be) popular with the customers for a long time. Why not you (to do) the exercises yet. The children (to write) the composition right now. (has repaired) (had just brought) (have been using) (has just broken) (has been) (had been) (haven’t you done) (have written)