Підручник Англійська мова (9-й рік навчання) - Алла Несвіт - Генеза 2017 рік
Unit 4 Science Magic
Lesson 7-8. Working on the Computer
1. Look, read and match the pictures (1-10) to the words in the box on p. 107.
• a monitor • a Wi-Fi • a mouse mat • a memory card • a CD-ROM • a keyboard • a mouse • a printer • an MP3 player • a CD-ROM drive • speakers • a flash drive •
2. Listen to Paul talking with his father. Choose the correct item to answer the questions.
1. How long had Paul had his computer?
a) For a year.
b) For about a month.
c) He’s just made it by himself.
2. Why wasn’t Paul able to prepare his school report?
a) He had no time.
b) His father didn’t want to help him.
c) Paul lost all the information for some reason.
3. What computer equipment isn’t Paul satisfied with?
a) A mouse isn’t working. It’s the wrong model.
b) The monitor is the old model and is bad for his eyes.
c) Paul wants to replace many parts in his computer.
4. What does the boy’s father decide to do?
a) To repair Paul’s computer.
b) To buy a new laptop for Paul.
c) To buy a new laptop for himself.
3. Match the icons given below with the words from the box.
• new • bullets • open • bold • spell/grammar check • paste • print • underline • save • redo • copy • print preview • italics • cut • undo •
4. Complete the sentences with the correct verb from the box.
• click • download • enter • send • surf • take • type •
1. You …. your password on the keyboard, then …. on ‘go’.
2. I often …. emails to my friends.
3. You can …. music and buy CDs on the Internet.
4. It’s easy to …. pictures with a digital camera.
5. If you don’t know the password, you can’t …. the website.
5. Read the email message and answer the questions. Then turn the reported instructions into the Direct Speech.
1. Who sent the message?
2. What is it about?
3. Are the layout and style the same as for a letter?
6. Read the information about writing emails and match the paragraphs (1-7) with their titles (A-G).
F Subject contents
Please note and follow the guidelines given below concerning the writing of email messages.
Give the message a subject/title. Email messages without a subject may not be opened because of a fear of viruses.
Keep the subject short and clear but avoid such headings as, ‘Good News’, ‘Hello’, ‘Message from Mary’. These headings are common in messages containing viruses.
Start the message with a greeting so as to help create a friendly tone. The choice of using the other name versus the surname will depend on who you are writing to. If the receiver is more senior to you, or if you are in doubt, it would be safer (particularly in the first communication) to use the person’s surname/family name together with a title, e.g. Dear Mr Smithson/Dear Ms Smithson
It is also becoming quite common to write the greeting without a comma, e.g. Dear Miss Lawson
Start with a clear indication of what the message is about in the first paragraph. Give full details in the following paragraph(s).
Make sure that the final paragraph indicates what should happen next. e.g. I will send a messenger to your office on Tuesday morning to collect the goods.
Any action that you want the reader to do should be clearly described, using politeness phrases. Use ‘Could you…’ or ‘I would be grateful if…’.
End the message in a polite way. Common endings are:
Yours sincerely, Best regards, Best wishes, Kind regards.
If you did not put a comma after the greeting at the beginning of the message, then do not put a comma after the ending either. e.g. Best wishes Inna
Include your name at the end of the message.
e. g. Kind regards,
7. Work in small groups.
a) Choose one of the topics for your email from those which are given below. Discuss all the steps you have to follow while writing it. Then work in pairs and write the emails.
1. You’re working at the new issue of a school newspaper. Write an email to your friend, tell him/her what topics you’re going to cover in this issue, ask him/her for recommendations.
2. Your English-speaking friend is coming to you for his/her holidays. Write an email to one of your classmates, tell him/her what places in your city/ town you’re going to visit, ask if your friend would like to join you.
3. You’re working on a project “Life in the Future” together with one of your classmates. You’ve prepared a plan for your presentation. Write an email and ask your friend if he/she agrees with the points you’d like to include in your project. Ask him/her about the time he/she has to visit the local library together.
b) Exchange your emails. Let your friends check if you’ve done your work correctly. Comment on the works of your friends. Use the guidelines from Ex. 5.
8. Write an email to your English-speaking friend about the school party you had. Use the email guidelines to help you.