English One

Summer Term 2008
Fridays, 10−12 am; room 049, Computer Science building, Takustr. 9.

Homework

Dates given on this page always refer to the lesson a particular homework task is due for. If you have any questions at all, please don't be afraid to write an e-mail and ask.

11 July
– Read Johann Hari's text on science education (PDF). Look up words you don't know and mark any phrases whose meaning you cannot deduce from the words alone.

4 July
– Do exercises 8.4, 8.7, and 8.12 in the textbook.
– For the worksheets on the future forms and conditional sentences make sure that you mark a couple of examples where you're not exactly sure that you have come up with a viable solution. Give possible alternatives to your solution and explain why they might work as well.

27 June
– Do exercises 7.5b, 7.6b, and 7.9 in the textbook.
– Additionally, there is a worksheet on conditional sentences for you to do (PDF).
– Listen to the recording in exercise 8.2a. When do we use the "used to" construction?

20 June
– Please watch the Picture of Britain clip again and complete the fill-in transcript. Can you list a couple of expressions in the text you cannot figure out the meaning of?
– Please do the worksheets (PDF-1, PDF-2) on future tenses.

13 June
– Complete the worksheet on the simple past and present perfect tenses (PDF).
– Do exercise 5.9 and R2.1 to R2.3 in the textbook.
– In the text from exercise 6.5, make a list of all verbs used in a future sense. For the four different types, indicate in which situations they are used. (Consult a grammar book if necessary.)
– If you like, you can have a sneak peek at the video I'll be showing next time, about Manchester and the painter L. S. Lowry (AVI, 76 MByte).

6 June
– Just the worksheet on the past tenses, really.

30 May
– Please do exercises 3.5 and 3.6 in the textbook.
– Do the worksheet on the past tenses (PDF).

23 May
– Please do exercises 1.15c and R1.6 in the textbook.
– Do the worksheet on the present tenses (PDF).

16 May
– Take 20 words from the vocabulary section of Unit 2 and make up a story using those 20 words. The story doesn't have to make too much sense (the funnier, the better ;>), but make sure you use the words correctly.
– Re-examine your research results on the present tenses, we are going to need them next time.

9 May
– Please do exercises 1.4 and 1.12 in the textbook. Also, please get hold of a grammar book and find out about the two most common uses each of the simple present and the present continuous tense.

25 April
– Please bring the textbook.

18 April
– This is our first session. Just come as you are.

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Topic revision: r13 - 12 Oct 2008, PeterMonnerjahn

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