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<ul><li> 1. ( ) 2012 ( 2,3)</li></ul> <p> 2. ( ) 2012: 3 ( ): 2 1 63 2 9 3. C3 3 , , -. -. 4. 3: ----, - - / 5. Student Card Task 2 (2 3 minutes)You play the part of a student in an international school. Three times a week you go to the swimming pool. One of your classmates Dan/Denise missed it yesterday. You meet him/her on campus. Find out why he/she missed the swimming session. Answer his/her question(s) about the most important holidays in Russia. Answer the question(s) about places of interest in Russia. Accept your classmates invitation.You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate. Remember to mention all four aspects of the task be active and polite 6. Interlocutor Card Task 2 (2-3 minutes)You play the part of a student in an international school. Your name is Dan/Denise. You go to the swimming pool regularly but missed the session yesterday because your parents came to visit you so you could celebrate Mothers day together. Answer the question about why you missed the swimming session. Find out what holidays are celebrated in Russia, what your classmates favourite holiday is and how he/she celebrates it. Tell him/her that your parents are going to have a trip to Russia next month. As its going to be their first trip to the country, ask what places he/she recommends seeing. Invite your classmate to your place tonight. Say that your parents will be happy to meet him/her.Skills to be tested: 7. C3 Skills to be tested: The student is expected to demonstrate his/her ability to: ask for information provide the information required accept the invitations maintain and conclude the conversation be active and polite 8. SAMPLE CONVERSATION Student: Hello, Dan/Denise! Interlocutor: Hello! Student: Why did you miss the swimming session yesterday? Interlocutor: It was because of my parents. They came here yesterday to visit me so we could celebrate Mothers day together. What holidays do people in Russia usually celebrate? Student: We have lots of them: New Year, Christmas, Victory day and the 8th of March. The 8th of March is similar to Mothers day, but we congratulate not only mothers but all women sisters, friends, teachers and neighbours. Interlocutor: Thats lovely. What holiday is your favourite and how do you celebrate it? Student: Its New Year. I like the special atmosphere of the holiday the New Year trees everywhere are beautifully decorated. We have parties at school and then all the family get together to say goodbye to the Old Year and to greet the new one. We cook special dishes and prepare gifts for each other. Its fun. Interlocutor: I see. Next month my parents are going to Russia. Itll be their first trip to your country. What places or tourist attractions do you recommend seeing to get some idea of the country? Student: I think they should take a tour of the Golden Ring. Its a great opportunity to see the traditional Russian towns of Suzdal, Vladimir, Kostroma and others. They will see beautiful old churches, learn about the history of the country and will try traditional Russian dishes. Interlocutor: Sounds interesting. How about coming round to my place tonight? My parents would be delighted to meet you. Student: Thank you Dan/Denise, Id be happy to meet them too. Interlocutor: Ok. Well be waiting for you around 6 pm. Student: See you later then. Interlocutor: See you. 9. 3 ( 9) 1- : 2- : 3- : 4- : ( 3) , ; , ( 3)- ( 2) ( 1) 10. 3 9 :03 :0-3 - :0-2 :0-1 11. 3 - : ; -4() (), ; - . 12. 2 - :; -, (3 ;1 ); - . 13. 1 - : ; -,,(2 4;); - . 14. 0 - : 1)2), () 15. 3 - : -,; -, ; -, ,. 16. 2 - : -,( ); -; ; . -. 17. 1 - : - , , ; - . 18. 0 - 19. - 2 1) - 2) ( 2) 3) 4) 5) 3 , 20. 3. Student Card Task 2 (2-3 minutes) You play the part of an exchange student in an international school. Your classmate Chris/Christine has been shopping since school finished. At last he/she enters the room with a bag. Find out what you classmate has bought Answer your classmates questions about sports and your free time Suggest going shopping together on Saturday Suggest the meeting point and the meeting time and see if your classmate agrees.You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate. Remember to: mention all the four aspects of the task be active and polite 21. 3: Student Card 1)2)3) : , , /? ? ? 22. 3: Student Card Find out what you classmate has bought Answer your classmates questions about sports and your free time Suggest going shopping together on Saturday Suggest the meeting point and the meeting time and see if your classmate agrees. 23. 3 : 1. , 2. , ; 3. : : , , ; , , , ; , ; . 4. . 24. 3 : : By the way ? Excuse me, could you : Could you tell me ? Excuse me, do you know ? I think , I believe, Well, let me think; : I have no idea; Im afraid; Im sorry I really dont know; : What a surprise! Im surprised to hear it : Sure; yes, of course; certainly; by all means; I see; / : Sorry, I cant; Im afraid I cant. : Could you repeat the question, please? Could you say it again, please? , Im sorry Im afraid I dont know much about that : Im sorry, I have to go; Goodbye/Bye; See you soon; Have a nice time/a good weekend. 25. 3. Interlocutor Card Task 2 (2-3 minutes) You play the part of an exchange student in an international school. Your name is Chris/Christine. Youve have been looking for some presents for your family and youve bought a chess set for your younger brother. Answer the question about your purchases. Find out what sports and games are popular in your classmates country and what sport he/she goes in for. Find out what he/she does in their free time and if he/she has any hobbies. Accept the invitation to go shopping together; the meeting place and the meeting time your classmate suggests. 26. : 3 SAMPLE CONVERSATION Student: Hello, Chris/Christine! Interlocutor: Hello! Student: What have you bought? Interlocutor: A chess set for my younger brother. He loves playing chess and hes very good at it! What sports and games are popular in your country? Student: Lots of different sports. We play football and volleyball, tennis, badminton and lots of others. Interlocutor: And what sport do you go in for? Student: Cycling. Theres a stadium not far from my house and I sometimes go there to cycle. We also like cycling in the parks. Its fun and its also very good for your health - it keeps me fit. Interlocutor: I see. And what do you do if the weather is bad? What indoor activities do you like? Student: I like reading, watching TV and playing computer games. I go to the cinema or to our school parties with my friends. We also play sports indoors as theres a large gym in our school. Unfortunately, I dont play chess, but I want to learn it one day. Interlocutor: Its a good game, you should learn it. 27. : 3 SAMPLE CONVERSATION Interlocutor: Its a good game, you should learn it. Student: Look, how about going shopping with me this Saturday? I need to buy some souvenirs for my friends. Interlocutor: Oh, that would be nice. Where are we going to meet? Student: Lets meet in the school canteen at 3 pm. Interlocutor: Ok. Student: Im afraid I must be going now. See you. Interlocutor: See you later. 28. 3. STUDENT CARD Task 2 (2-3 minutes) You play the part of an exchange student in an international school in Malta. You come to your classmate Andrew/ Anna to borrow her/his Grammar Book. You need it to write an essay on a British tourist attraction/place of interest. Ask for the Grammar book and explain what you need it for. Answer your classmates questions about the tourist attraction you are going to write about. Do not accept any suggestions for the day as you want to start writing the essay as soon as possible. Invite your classmate to see a new film tomorrow. You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate. Remember to: mention all the four aspects of the task be active and polite 29. C3. INTERLOCUTOR CARD Task 2 (2-3 minutes) You play the part of an exchange student in an international school in Malta. Your name is Andrew/Anna. You are having pizza in your room in the student hostel. Agree to lend the book and find out what he/she needs it for Find out what the essay is going to be about. Ask for more information as you dont know anything/much about the topic of the essay. Ask if your classmate has ever seen it/been there Offer to share your pizza with your classmate. Accept your classmates invitation. 30. SAMPLE CONVERSATION Student: Hello, Andrew/Anna Interlocutor: Hello! Student: Im glad you are still at home. Look, I need your English Grammar book. Can I borrow it till tomorrow? Interlocutor: Yes, you can. Here it is. Student: Thanks. Interlocutor: What do you need it for? Student: I have to write an essay on a British tourist attraction. I dont think I can do it without a good grammar book. Interlocutor: I see. I always use it for written tasks, too. And what are you going to write about? Student: I want to write about the London Eye. Interlocutor: The London Eye? What is it? Student: Oh! I cant believe you dont know about it. Its a huge wheel in the centre of London, on the bank of the River Thames. Its the largest wheel in Europe. It has large capsules for the passengers. The wheel moves slowly and the passengers can enjoy views of London from a great height! 31. SAMPLE CONVERSATION Interlocutor: It sounds really exciting. Have you ever ridden the wheel? Student: No, unfortunately not. But Im going to do it one day. Interlocutor: I see. How about some pizza, by the way? Im just having lunch. Student: Thank you, Andrew/Anna, but I really have to go. I have to write the essay. And what are you doing tomorrow? Interlocutor: I dont have any plans yet? Why? Student: Lets go to the cinema together. There is a new film on. Interlocutor: OK. Why not?. Good luck with the essay. Student: Thanks. And see you tomorrow. Interlocutor: See you. 32. 2014: Thank you for your attention!</p>

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