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Task 14. Read the text.

Read my lips!

Forget about fortune tellers and horoscopes. The shape of a person´s lips can say a lot about them. The 5.000-year-old art of face reading is gaining popularity. So, take a look at the shape of someone´s lips to find out about their personality ....

People with full lips are usually responsible. You can always trust them to do what you ask them to do. They are also decisive; they make decisions quickly. On the other hand, they tend to be rather bossy. They like telling other people what to do!

People who have thin upper lip and full lower lip are energetic. They work very hard and like participating in a lot of activities. They are ambitious as well; they want to be successful in life. However, these people tend to be self-centered. They seem to only care about themselves and they sometimes forget about other people´s feelings.

Task 15. Answer the questions in writing to the text.

1. What is face reading?

Task 16. Select character traits possessed by people with some form lips, using the information in the text.

1. people with full lips are:

a. responsible

b. immature

c. decisive

Task 17. Fill in the blanks words given below.

Target 18. Make letters adjectives denoting traits. Make one sentence with each word. The first letter of each word has been given.

Task 19. Fill in the table. Determine the positive or negative value of these adjectives and write the word Woman if the adjective used to describe the appearance of women, Man - men, Both - and of those, and others.

Task 20. Fill in the table. Determine the positive or negative value of the adjectives given below.

Task 21. Read a brief description of four young people. Make a short story about each of them (4-5 sentences). Use phrases given below.

Task 22. Fill in the blanks verbs from the list.

Task 23. Use phrases from the previous exercise and write:

Task 24. Open the brackets and put the verb in the Present Simple.

Task 25. Copy the following text into the past tense, underline or highlight the bold verbs in the Past Simple.

Task 26. Open brackets, using verbs in the Present Simple or Future Simple.

Task 27. Open brackets, using the words of one of the following times: Present Continuous, Present Simple, Past Simple or Future Simple.

Task 28. Open brackets, using verbs in the Past Simple or Past Continuous.

Task 29. Open brackets, using verbs in the Past Simple or Past Continuous.


Task 30. Read the text and substitute the missing sentences.

So school these days is easy?

Think again.

People and politicians complain that school is getting easier. Damian Whitworth, a 35-year-old journalist, decided to see for himself. He spent a week as a pupil at a British secondary school, Brentwood Country High School. It´s a large state school and has about 1,800 pupils, girls and boys,

Task 31. Write the following translation of words and phrases and make suggestions to their use (at least three offers).

Task 32. Read the sentences and put T (True) after true and F (False) when the infidels.

33. Match the Task issues with school subjects.

Target 34. Make and write down questions on the topic Your education (Time Past Simple), using data tips, then answer them in writing.

Task 35. Fill in the blanks verbs from the list.

Setting 36. Turn the sentence in English, using verbs in the Present, Past and Future Simple Passive.

Task 37. Open brackets, using verbs in the Present, Past and Future Simple Passive.

Task 38. Open brackets, choosing the required form of the verb.

Task 39. Give the following suggestions in Passive Voice, paying attention

Task 40. Write about yourself, using tips in Figures 10 offers


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