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Инструкция к лабораторной работе 3

Цель лабораторной работы — повторить или выучить слова, на базе которых создаются задания экзамена BEC Preliminary.

Просмотрите список. Рассортируйте слова по принципу «знаю/не знаю». Можно составить отдельные группы, можно выделить цветом… Можете записать перевод слов, новых для вас. Учите слова известными вам способами.

Выполните задания

Найдите 5 пар антонимов, разместите их в группе ВКонтакте https://vk.com/club70054482

(желательно не повторять пары, найденные другими студентами).

Найдите 5 пар синонимов, разместите их в группе

Выберите себе 1 группу фразовых глаголов, они состоят из глагола и предлога после него, например write down) и придумайте предложения с ними на деловую тематику. Разместите их в группе.

Сделайте 2 тематические страницы из имеющихся слов. Разместите их в группе. Повторять темы других студентов НЕЛЬЗЯ! СНАЧАЛА ПОСМОТРИТЕ, КАКИЕ ТЕМЫ И КАКИЕ СЛОВА В НИХ УЖЕ ИСПОЛЬЗУЮТСЯ ВАШИМИ ОДНОГРУППНИКАМИ.

art (n)

• The company buys and sells work of art.

article (n)

• The newspaper article criticised the company.

as (adv & conj)

ASAP (abbrev) as soon as possible

ask (v)

aspect (n)

• What aspect of your work do you like most?

assess (v)

assistant (n)

associate (n & v)

association (n)

assure (v)

at (prep)

at all (prep phr)

at first (prep phr)

at last (prep phr)

at least (prep phr)

at once (prep phr)

at present (prep phr)

at the same time (prep phr)

attach (v)

attend (v)

attendance (n)

attempt (n & v)

attention (n)

attitude (n)

attract (v)

attraction (n)

attractive (adj)

audience (n)

audit (v)

author (n)

authorise (v)

authority (n)

availability (n)

available (adj)

average (adj & n)

• Can you find the average of these three numbers? (n)

• He’s not a particularly effective rep. – just average. (adj)

award (n & v)

• She was awarded the title ‘Businessperson of the Year’. (v)

• The court awarded damages of .5,000. (v)

• Our company won an award for exports. (n)

away (adv)

• The MD’s away on business until Thursday.

• He threw away the documents by mistake.

B

back (adv & n)

• When are you going back to work? (adv)

• I gave back the laptop I had borrowed. (adv)

• The cables at the back of the computer are not connected. (n)

background (n)

bad (adj)

bag (n)

baggage (n)

balance (v & n)

• The country’s balance of payments is up this month because of increased exports. (n)

• The balance is due within two weeks. (n)

• She spent hours trying to balance the company’s accounts. (v)

• Do the books balance? (v)

balance sheet (n)

ban (v & n)

bank (n & v)

bank account (n)

bank balance (n)

bank card (n)

bank charge (n)

bank clerk (n)

bank loan (n)

bank manager (n)

bank statement (n)

bank transfer (n)

banking (n)

banknote (n)

bankrupt (v & adj)

bankruptcy (n)

bar (n)

• The bar chart shows sales from last year.

bargain (n & v)

• Did you get a bargain? (n)

• Bargain with him. (v)

base (n & v)

• Our customer base is rather weak. (n)

• The base rate is low so more people are borrowing. (n)

• My new job is based in central Europe. (v)

• What did you base the sales projections on? (v)

basement (n)

basic (adj)

basis (n)

basket (n)

bay (n)

• The factory needs another loading bay.

be (v)

beat (v)

• We can beat our competitors on quality but not price.

because (conj)

because of (adv)

become (v)

before (prep)

begin (v)

behave (v)

• He always behaves in a professional manner.

behaviour (n)

behind (prep & adv)

believe (v)

• I believe we’ll win the contract.

• Do you believe in the product?

belong (v)

below (adv & prep)

bend (n & v)

benefit (n & v)

beside (adv & prep)

between (prep & adv)

beyond (prep)

big (adj)

bike (n)

bill (Am Eng) (n)

billion (n)

biography (n)

birth (n)

• What’s her date of birth? (n)

black (adj)

• The company ended the year in the black. (n)

• The true size of the black economy cannot be known. (adj)

blank (adj & n)

• I need a blank piece of paper. (adj)

• Write the correct word in each blank. (n)

blank cheque (n)

block (n)

• It’s opposite the office block on the corner.

board (n & v)

• a noticeboard, a wooden board (n)

• on board a ship/aircraft (n)

• board a plane (v)

• a board of directors (n)

board meeting (n)

boarding card (n)

boarding pass (n)

board room (n)

bonus (n)

• an annual bonus

book (n & v)

• I’m reading a book on marketing at the moment. (n)

• We’d better book a flight. (v)

bookcase (n)

bookkeeping (n)

booking desk (n)

booking form (n)

booking office (n)

bookshop (n)

border (n & v)

born (adj)

borrow (v)

boss (n)

both (adj & pron)

bottom (n & adj)

• at the bottom of the page (n)

• the bottom left-hand corner (adj)

box (n)

• I ordered three boxes of floppy disks.

• Tick the box.

brain (n)

branch (n)

• The bank has a network of branches in the North.

brand (n)

• own brand (n)

• brand name (n)

• brand-new (adj)

break (n & v)

• during the (lunch) break (n)

• What time shall we break for lunch? (v)

break down (n & phr v)

• Could you let me have a breakdown of last month’s sales figures? (n)

• The packing machine has broken down. (phr v)

break in (n & phr v)

• Someone broke in to the factory and stole some equipment. (phr v)

• There was a break-in at the company’s head office. (n)

break up (phr v)

• The Lexford Group was broken up into smaller companies.

• The glass bottles are broken up before entering the recycling machine.

breakfast (n)

• Could we arrange a breakfast meeting?

brick (n)

brief (adj)

• The MD made a brief visit to the factory.

• Here is the business news in brief.

briefcase (n)

bring (v)

bring forward (phr v)



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