UNIT 5, Англійська Мова 8 клас, Л.В.Биркун
Ех. 1.2/а, р. 88.
1) засоби масової інформації, 2) аудиторія, 3) передплачувати, 4) трансляції.
Ex. 1.2/b, p. 88.
Newspapers — buy, publish, read, use, advertise; Magazines — buy, publish, read, use, advertise; Radio — advertise, broadcast, hear, listen, tell; Television — advertise, appear, hear, tell, listen; Internet — advertise, appear, link, use, read.
Ex. 1.2/c, p. 88.
Newspapers — correspondent, journalist, newswriter;
Magazines — correspondent, graphic artist, journalist, newswriter, photojournal-ist;
Radio — commentator, news editor, reporter;
Television — actor/actress, camera operator, commentator, director, journalist, correspondent, lighting specialist, news editor, producer, reporter; Internet — designer, engineer.
Ех. 2.1/Ь, р. 89.
1) щоденні газети, 2) щотижневі газети, 3) національна газета, 1) місцева газе та, 5) спеціальна (галузева) газета. 6) повноформатна газета, 7) таблоїд, 8) елек тронні газети.
Ex. 2.2/a, p. 90.
editorial — e, feature article — g. column — b. classified ad — d, news item — a, comic strip — c, gossip column — f.
Ex. 2.4, p. 91.
• That is not true. Of course, they can write almost about anything, but there certain restrictions that even journalists should keep to. For instance, about some intimate personal/family issues, political or scientific secrets, news and articles having cynical, unjust or simply rude information.
• There's no need to control the press. Of course, there are governmental newspapers and magazines, but most of the printed media are private. Government shouldn't enforce its power in the private media, because any time the press do something wrong, there are laws and Constitution to call this or that periodical to account and even sue or ban it according to certain laws.
• Unfortunately, it's not true. Modern papers are rivals and in constant competition in search of their public and sources of profits. However, there are serious periodicals that mostly deal with the news that is true and reliable and there are tabloids, or yellow press, which publish rumors, unchecked news or even invented stories and their main purpose is to sell as many copies as possible to earn money.
Ex. 3.2, p. 92.
1) sitcom (situational comedy), 2) DIY program, 3) game show, 4) documentary, 5) reality TV, 6) cartoon, 7) chat show, 8) soap opera, 9) breakfast television, 10) news broadcast.
Ex. 3.3/a, p. 93.
Castaway — d. Freaky Eaters — f, American Idol — a. Friends — c. The World — e. Imagine — b.
Ex. 4.1/b, p. 94.
a) World Wide Web, b) forums, c) web page, d) chatroom, e) e-mail, f) instant messaging, g) Internet, li) blog, i) hyperlink.
Ex. 6.1, p. 98.
1) to register, 2) username in this service, 3) a secret combination of letter and/or numbers, 4) groups of files, 5) to press a button.
Ex. 6.2, p. 98.
a) who the use got the message from, b) the owner's login, c) the name of the email service, d) the names of folders, e) what the messages are about, f) when the messages were received, g) the heading of that message (subject, author, addressee), h) the content of the selected message.
Ex. 6.З/а, p. 99.
1. F, 2. T, 3. Т, 4. Т, 5. F, 6. F, 7. F, 8. F, 9. F.
Ex. 8.2, p. 102.
1. He asked me if I had ever been to Alaska.
2. He asked me what it liked.
3. He asked me when I had been there.
4. He asked me who else had been with me there.
5. He asked me if it had been cold.
6. He asked me how long I had stayed there.
7. He asked me if I would go there again.
Ex. 8.3, p. 102.
1. Yesterday Vi asked me if Max flew to London two weeks ago.
2. Yesterday Robert asked me if I was leaving next Friday.
3. Yesterday Bob asked me if I thought it would rain the next day.
4. Yesterday Barbara asked me whether she had to do the homework that week.
5. Yesterday Jennifer asked me where I was playing football.
6. Yesterday Nancy asked me about the reason I hadn't gone to New York the previous summer.
7. Yesterday Sis asked me who had given me the book the day before.
Ex. 8.4, p. 103.
1. She asked where her umbrella was.
2. Martin asked us how we were.
3. He asked if he had to do it.
4. The mother asked her daughter where she had been.
5. She asked her boyfriend which dress he liked the best.
6. She wanted to know what they were doing.
7. He wanted to know if I was going to the cinema.
8. The teacher wanted to know who could speak English.
9. She asked me how I knew that.
10. My friend asked me if Caron had talked to Kevin.
11. He wanted to know what the time was.
12. He wanted to know where they had lived.
13. He asked her if she would be at the party,
14. She asked me if I could meet her at the station.
15. She wanted to know the reason I didn't help her.
16. He asked me if I had seen that car.
17. The mother asked the twins if they had tidied up their
Ex. 8.5, p. 103.
1. Could you tell nie where the toilets are?
2. Do you know if I can park here?
3. Could you tell me how long the film lasts?
4. Do you know how often the buses run?
5. Do you know if we are allowed to smoke?
6. Could you tell me the time the flight is?
7. Could you tell me the cost of the ticket?