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Study the essential vocabulary and translate the illustrative examples into Russian. | TOPICAL VOCABULARY | The Field of Folklore | C) Now discuss the opinions with your partner. | C) Make a speech on the American tradition to celebrate Halloween. | C) Make a round table discussion of the American holidays. | By Ch. Morley | ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY | Make up and practise a suitable dialogue using the phrases and word combinations. | Give a summary of the text. |

TOPICAL VOCABULARY

  1. A) Draw a family tree for yourself and using the topical vocabulary explain the relationship between your immediate ancestors and any interesting facts about them.
  2. A. Vocabulary
  3. A. Vocabulary development
  4. ACTIVE VOCABULARY
  5. ACTIVE VOCABULARY OF THE TEXT
  6. ACTIVE VOCABULARY OF THE TEXT
  7. ACTIVE VOCABULARY OF THE TEXT

1. Family, folks, household, tribe, clan, descent (to be of some descent), descendant, ancestor, forefather, heredity, hereditary, sibling, paternal, maternal, next of kin, nearest and dearest, one's own flesh and blood, in-laws.

2. To date smb, to be smb's date, to go out with smb, to court smb, boyfriend, girlfriend, bridegroom, bride, fiancee, best man, bridesmaid, newlyweds, marriage knot, marriage of convenience,

single, spouse, divorced, divorcee, separated, bachelor, spinster, old maid.

3. To bring up a child, to raise a child, to adopt a child, to foster, a foster child/brother, step-mother/father, half-brother/sister, a single parent.

4. Household chores: to do the chores, to do the laundry, to wash dishes and pots, to wash up, to cook meals, to do the shopping, a shopping list, to vacuum a room, to polish furniture, to redecorate a room (with new wallpaper).

5. Equality and prejudice: to consider smb inferior/superior or as an equal; to enjoy equal prospects and opportunity; equality of opportunity; conventional/unconventional attitudes/beliefs-; acceptable/unacceptable patterns/modes of behaviour; to be prejudiced against smb; to discriminate against; sexual discrimination; to be faithful; to commit adultery.

6. Reactions: amazement, surprise, astonishment, horror, misery, disappointment, to be appalled, to be astounded, to be disgusted; ecstatic, overjoyed, thrilled; to be put out, to be offended, to hurt someone's feelings; furious, speechless with anger; to be taken aback; to be upset, to be dismayed, to be disheartened, moving, touching; to feel crushed, horror-stricken.

 



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