e.g. … his mother work in the hospital? –
Does his mother work in the hospital?
… is it easy to be a surgeon? - Isit easy to be a surgeon?
1. … you like to help other people?
2. Where … his grandfather operate on the people?
3. … are there many interesting professions?
4. … patients believe the doctor?
5. … he listen attentively all the patients tell him?
6. … is it necessary to study a lot to become a doctor?
3. Answer the questions from the part 2.
1. Fill in the right auxiliary verb (to be, to do) where it is necessary. Sometimes you need to make it negative.
1. Surgeon … a useful profession.
2. My sister … want to be a doctor because she is afraid of blood.
3. His parents … doctors as his grandfather.
4. … he take care of his patients.
5. … you interested in such professions as a doctor or teacher?
6. What jobs … you think noble?
7. His main task … to operate on the people.
8. It … deals with the most important thing that a person … has — with his health.
2. Put the verbs into the Present Simple tense.
1. She (want) to be a kind and attentive person.
2. People often (believe) the doctors.
3. My mother (work) as a oculist.
4. My grandmother (not work), she (be) on a pension.
5. The main task (be) to help people.
6. Surgeon (operate) on people.
7. This profession (require) great responsibility because it (deal) with the most important thing that a person (have) — with his health.
8. I often (go) to the hospital and (spend) some time there.
9. I (like) to watch how my grandfather (work).
10. I (be) proud of my grandfather, I (respect) him and he (love) me very much.
3. Ask 5 general and special questions which true or not to the text information.
e.g. Where does his grandfather work?
Is his grandfather a surgeon?
4. Ask your partner some questions about the jobs their parents.
Grammar: Present Simple (I, you, we, they)
Reading: Meals in Britain
Read and translate these words.
breakfast [`brekfәst] other [`Λ?ә]
sausage [`sosidζ] perhaps [pә`h?ps]
cereal [`sıәrıәl] whole [`hәυl]
disgusting [dıs`gΛstıη] sauce [`so:s]
Match the words from these columns. Use a dictionary for unknown words and pronunciation.
The meal from the restaurant
which you can eat at home is … lunch
The morning meal is … dinner
The afternoon meal is … a snack
The evening meal is … a take-away
A quick little meal is … breakfast
B. Complete the phrase.
1. For breakfast I usually have … (what?).
2. As a rule I have lunch … (where?).
3. I have dinner at … (when?).
4. My favourite dish is … (what ?).
5. At the University I often have … (what?).
C. Answer the questions from the point B.
1. What meal is the main meal of your day?
2. Do you often eat out ?
3. What are national dishes in our country?
4. Do you know traditional dishes from other countries?
5. What do you know about English traditional meal?
N.B.(“eat out” means eat in restaurants, bars, pubs)
MEALS IN BRITAIN
A traditional English breakfast is a very big meal - sausages, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms ... . But nowadays many people just have cereal with milk and sugar, or toast with marmalade, jam, or honey. Marmalade and jam are not the same! Marmalade is made from oranges and jam is made from other fruit. The traditional breakfast drink is tea, which people have with cold milk. Sometimes people have coffee, often instant coffee. Many visitors to Britain find this coffee disgusting!
For many people lunch is a quick meal. In cities there are a lot of sandwich bars, where office workers can have a meat or fish sandwich with brown or white bread or a roll. Pubs often serve good, cheap food, both hot and cold. School-children can have a hot meal at school, but many take a snack from home - a sandwich, a drink, some fruit, and perhaps some crisps.
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