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ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ АГЕНТСТВО ПО ОБРАЗОВАНИЮ

ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОЕ ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНОЕ УЧРЕЖДЕНИЕ

ВЫСШЕГО ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНОГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ

«РОССИЙСКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ ТУРИЗМА И СЕРВИСА»

ФГОУВПО «РГУТиС»

Кафедра___________________Иностранные языки _______________

УТВЕРЖДАЮ

Проректор по учебной работе,

д.э.н., профессор

________________________Новикова Н.Г.

«_____»_______________________200__г

МЕТОДИЧЕСКИЕ УКАЗАНИЯ

ПО ВЫПОЛНЕНИЮ КОНТРОЛЬНЫХ РАБОТ

для студентов 1 курса факультета туризма и гостеприимства заочной формы обучения

(контрольная работа №1)

Дисциплина ____________Иностранный язык (английский)___________________

Москва 2009г.


Методические указания по выполнению контрольных работ составлены на основе рабочей программы дисциплины

______________________ _Иностранный язык_(английский) _____ ______________

(название дисциплины)

Методические указания по выполнению контрольных работ рассмотрены и утверждены на заседании кафедры

_________________________ Иностранные языки ______________________

(название кафедры)

Протокол № 2 «15 »__ сентября _2008г.

Зав кафедрой к.и.н.,доц. Юрчикова Е.В.

Методические указания по выполнению контрольных работ одобрены Научно - методическим советом ФГОУВПО «РГУТиС»

Протокол № ________ «____»_______________200_г.

Ученый секретарь

Научно-методического совета

К.и.н., доцент Юрчикова Е.В.

Методические указания разработал:

Преподаватель кафедры

«Иностранные языки» к.и.н., доц. Юрчикова Е.В.

МЕТОДИЧЕСКИЕ УКАЗАНИЯ

ПО ВЫПОЛНЕНИЮ КОНТРОЛЬНЫХ РАБОТ

Цель данных методических указаний и контрольных работ – помочь студенту в самостоятельной работе над развитием практических навыков чтения и перевода общенаучной литературы и литературы по специальности широкого профиля.

В сборнике имеется серия грамматических и лексических упражнений, направленных на развитие устной и письменной речи. Студент выполняет один вариант контрольной работы в соответствии с последним шифром студенческого билета: студенты, шифр которых оканчивается на нечетное число, выполняют вариант №1, на четное – вариант №2.

Выполнять письменные контрольные работы следует в формате Word (шрифт № 14 Times New Roman, через 1,5 интервала). На титульном листе укажите факультет, курс, номер группы, фамилию, имя и отчество, номер контрольной работы и варианта.

Контрольные задания следует выполнять c соблюдением полей, оставленных для замечаний, комментария и методических указаний преподавателя (слева 3 см. от начала страницы).

Строго соблюдайте последовательность выполнения задания.

Фрагменты текста, предназначенные для письменного перевода перепишите на левой стороне страницы, а на правой представьте его перевод на русском языке.

В конце работы поставьте свою личную подпись.

Variant I

TEXT 1

Read the text. Translate and answer the questions after the text in written form.

The Travel Agent

The travel agent works in a travel company. The travel agent like the shop-assistant sells goods to customers. The goods he offers are tour operator’s packages.

The travel agent is a retailer. He sells tour packages retail to consumers. He gets commission from the tour operator. The commission is from 5 to 10 per cent of the tour cost.

The travel agent also sells separate services; for example, flights, hotel rooms, sightseeing tours, car rentals, and travel insurances. The travel agent works direct with the public.

Travel agents sell tours, so they are the main sellers in tourist industry.

ВОПРОС

ОТВЕТ

Where does the travel agent work?

What does the travel agent do?

What kind of goods does the travel agent sell?

How does the travel agent sell tour packages?

How high is the travel agent’s commission?

What kind of separate services does the travel agent sell?

TEXT 2

Read the text. Translate and answer the questions after the text in written form.

The Tour Guide

The tour guides handle tour groups. They show tourists round a city, a sight or a museum. The tour guide conducts sightseeing tours or tours of museums and exhibitions.

The tour guide is also called a tour conductor.

The tour guides accompany tourists during a local tour or during the whole travel, or they cater to the needs of tourists. During a travel the tour guide deals with all the problems.

The tour guide speaks the language of the tourists and usually translates well from one language into another.

The tour guide knows all sights in the destination. The tour guide answers a lot of questions.

The tour guide is an easy-going person. Tourists always tip their guides if they like them.

ВОПРОС

ОТВЕТ

What does the tour guide do?

How does the tour guide handle tour groups?

What does the tour guide cater to?

How well does a tour guide know modern languages?

What other subjects does the tour guide know and why?

What kind of person is the tour guide?

ТЕХТЗ

Read the text. Translate and answer the questions after the text in written form.

Thomas Cook Company

Thomas cook Company is the oldest travel company in the world. In fact, Thomas Cook from England opened the age of organized tourism. It started in 1841 when Thomas Cook arranged the first trip for 570 Englishmen by railway. In 1843 Thomas Cook organized the first group tour by train. This time he provided tourists with meals and tickets for the races. So it was the first package tour. Later on Thomas Cook arranged organized visits to the First International Industrial Exhibition. The Exhibition opened in London in 1851. The tourists came from different parts of England.

All those were domestic tours. However, Thomas Cook decided not to stick to domestic tourism within his country only. Four years later, in 1855 he arranged the first overseas trip. It was a tour to the Exhibition in Paris. After that, regular tourist trips started to other countries of Europe.

Thomas Cook continued expanding his travel business. In 1866 he arranged the first trip of two groups of Englishmen to the USA. Thomas Cook set up the first travel agency.

Thomas cook Company is still very active on the travel market. It is both a tour operator and a travel agency. However, today two German companies own it.

ВОПРОС

ОТВЕТ

What is Thomas Cook Company?

When did Thomas Cook arrange the first trip?

What was the first package tour like?

What arrangements did Thomas Cook make in 1851?

What was the first overseas trip by Thomas Cook?

What kind of travel business is Thomas Cook Company?

TEXT 4

Read the text. Translate and answer the questions after the text in written form.

Tourism in the 19th Century

In the 19th century tourism was mainly for the rich. They had enough money and spare time for travelling. Not many working people in Europe had paid holidays. Well-to-do people used to take tours to France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. They spent time at famous sea resorts in France. They went to health resorts and spas of Germany for recreation and treatment. They travelled to the resorts in the mountains of Switzerland and Austria.

In the early 19th century tourists used to travel by trains and steamships. In the first half of the 19th century steamships used to move within inland waterways only. But in the second half of the century they started covering longer distances. The steamships carried passengers on all oceans and seas of the world.

ВОПРОС

ОТВЕТ

What was tourism in the 19th century like?

What kind of tours did well-to-do people use to take?

Where did they go to in those countries?

How did they use to travel?

Where did steamships move in the first half of the 19th century?

Where did they move in the second half of the 19th century?

TEXT 5

Read the text and answer the questions after the text in written form.

The Animator

The animator organizes and provides entertainments for guests in a hotel or a hotel resort. He also organizes entertainment programs for passengers on a cruise ship.

The animator organizes and conducts parties, shows, sports contests, games for children and grown-ups. He involves guests in action games and shows. The chief animator is also called a social director.

He communicates with guests in their native languages. The animator speaks a few modern languages and communicates with guests a lot.

The animator not only speaks well he is very artistic. He usually dances well and sings well like an actor. The animator is an easy-going person. He is a pretty good mixer.

The animator is the main entertainer in the tourism industry.

ВОПРОС

ОТВЕТ

Where does the animator work?

What does the animator do?

Why is the animator called a social director?

Why does the animator speak a few modern languages?

What does the animator do as an actor?

What kind of person is the animator?

GRAMMAR EXERCISES

EX. 1. Fill in the blanks:

races mode

explorers jet planes

treatment railway

the rich steamships

inland waterways camels

airplanes spas

resorts development

overseas-trip

1. Well-to-do Europeans used to go to health resorts and __________ of Germany for recreation ____________

2. The first travellers used simple boats on the water and ___________ in the desert.

3. During the first group tour Thomas Cook provided his tourists with meals on the train and tickets for the ______________

4. The 19th century tourism was first and foremost for _____________

5. Well-to-do tourists used to travel to the ___________ in the mountains of Austria and Switzerland.

6. Air travel is the fastest ____________ of travelling.

7. The WTO assists countries in the ___________ of their national tourism.

8. The only means of travelling in the early 19th century were trains and________________

9. Thomas Cook arranged the first trip by ___________ in 1841.

10. When the first ___________ appeared, they changed travel crucially.

11. When .___________ emerged, they made air travel available to most people.

12. In the first half of the 19th century steamships carried passengers within ___________

13. Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus and James Cook were world-famous ___________

14. Thomas Cook arranged the first ___________ in 1855 to Paris.

Ex. 2. Make up interrogative and negative sentences.

MODELS:

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ОТРИЦАТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

He was away on business last week.

Was he away on business last week?

He wasn’t away on business last week.

He studied tourism last year.

Did he study tourism last year?

He did not study tourism last year.

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ОТРИЦАТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

The treatment there will be good.

Our purpose was to own a company.

The camel is a useful animal.

London and Washington are capitals.

He is a merchant.

They were pilgrims.

The meals in the hotel were delicious.

She is a well-to-do trader.

It was a very reputable society.

The journey will be wonderful.

Ex. 3. Make up alternative questions:

MODELS:

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

The travelers were pleased with the coach.

Were the travelers pleased with the coach or with the hotel?

The travelers took a tour to Athens.

Did the travelers take a tour to Athens or to Rome?

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

They were happy with the travel arrangements.

He enjoyed the journey by train.

The travel agent offered a travel insurance.

The travelers chose our new tour yesterday.

It was late to change the dates of the tour.

Well-to-do Russians, travelled to European health resorts in the 19th century.

You went to France by train

You took a ferry to reach England.

Our tourism manager made a journey to Turkey.

He was pleased with the journey by air.

Ex. 4. Make up tail-questions (disjunctive questions):

MODELS:

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

The first travellers were familiar with boats.

The first travellers were familiar with boats, weren't they?

The first travellers were not familiar with planes.

The first travellers were not Familiar with planes, were they?

Well-to-do travellers had enough money and spare time.

Well-to-do travellers had enough money and spare time, didn't they?

Common people didn't have enough money and spare time.

Common people didn't have enough money and spare time, did they?

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

The first travelers were merchants.

Jet planes emerged in the early 20th century.

They toured around Europe.

Thomas Cook set up the first travel agency.

The WTO emerged in 1975.

The first travelers used boats.

They were familiar with boats.

Thomas Cook was known all over the world.

The age of modern trains came in the 19th century.

The most famous travelers in the past were explorers.

Ex. 5. Make up special questions:

MODELS:

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

The chief animator was on the stage during the whole contest last night.

Who was on the stage during the whole contest last night?

Where was the chief animator during the contest last night?

When was the chief animator on the stage?

The tourists spent their paid holidays at the health resort last season.

Who spent paid holidays at the health resort last season?

What did the tourists do last season?

What did the tourists spend at the health resort last season?

What kind of holidays did the tourists spend at the health resort last season?

Where did the tourists spend their paid holidays last season?

What kind of resort did the tourists spend their paid holidays at?

When did the tourists spend their paid holidays at the health resort?

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

The rich went to German health resorts for treatment and recreation.

Who

Where

Why

In the 19th century tourism was for the rich because they had enough money and spare time.

When

What

Why

Rich noble people were members of the Russian Tourist Society.

Who

What kind of

The Russian Tourist Society came into being hi 1901.

What

When

Thomas Cook Company was well-known in Russia in the 191h century.

What

Where

When

The first Russian guide books gave details of Moscow and St. Petersburg sights.

What

What kind of

Tourist boom started about 30 or 40 years ago.

What

When

How long ago

Before 1855 Thomas Cook Company dealt with domestic tourism only.

When

What

What kind of

Steamships carried passengers on all oceans of the world.

What

Whom

What kind of

The WTO emerged in 1975.

What

When

The UN conference on international travel and tourism took place in Rome in 1963.

What

What kind of

Where

When

The first motor-cars appeared in the late 19th century.

What

When

Thomas Cook set up the first travel agency in the middle of the 19th century.

Who

What

When

Thomas Cook provided his tourists with meals and tickets for the races during the first group tour.

Who

Whom

What

When

Ex. 6. Open the brackets. Mind the word order in interrogative sentences.

1. What (you, to do) now? – I (to think).

2. (you, to think) that I will be able to do it without your assistance?

3. It (to take) me forty minutes to get to school.

4. Hello, Pete, where (you, to go)? – I (to hurry) to school.

5. When (the lessons, to begin) on Mondays?

6. When (the lessons, to begin) next Monday?

7. When (she, to be)? – She (to do) her homework next room.

8. In the evening I often (to see) my friends.

9. This evening I (to see) my friends.

10. She (to believe) that her brother (to come) tomorrow.

11. I (to feel) that you are right.

12. She (to feel) well now.

Ex. 7. Ask questions to the following statements and then answer them according to the pattern.

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА+КРАТКИЙ ОТВЕТ

There is a good programme on TV tonight.

- Is there a good programme on TV tonight?

- No, there isn’t.

There aren't any theatres in my town

- Are there any theatres in your town?

- Yes, there are.

1. There will be new enterprises in the capital.

2. There are some new spas in this region.

3. There is an adventurer among us.

4. There were camels in this desert.

5. There will be a new Secretary General in the UN soon.

6. There was a new passenger aboard this steamship.

Ex. 8. Translate into English.

РУССКИЙ

АНГЛИЙСКИЙ

1. Рядом с нашим домом будет парк.

2. В нашем городе много музеев и театров.

3. В этой комнате есть телефон?

4. В этой комнате два окна.

5. В чашке не было чая.

6. Сколько статей было в этом журнале? – Там было несколько статей.

7. Сколько студентов в аудитории? – Двадцать.

8. В этом журнале много интересных статей

9. На этой улице была школа?

10. На столе лежит несколько книг

11. Рядом с нашим домом есть школа.

Школа находится рядом с нашим домом.

12. В городе несколько театров.

Театры находятся в центре города.

13. В вазе стояли цветы.

Цветы стояли в красивой вазе.

14. В театре много детей.

Дети сейчас в театре.

15. Существует несколько способов решения этой задачи.

Способы решения этой задачи даны на странице 5.

Ex. 9. Fill in the gaps.

a) some, any, no.

1. Do you want --- milk in your coffee?

2. Have you got --- time to spare?

3. Is there --- cheese on the plate?

4. There is --- ham on the plate.

5. There is --- tea in the cup: the cup is empty.

6. There are --- schools in this street.

7. Are there --- pictures in your book?

8. There are --- flowers her in winter.

9. I can see --- children in the yard. They are playing.

10. Are there --- buildings in your street?

11. There are --- people in the park because it is cold.

12. I saw --- boys in the garden but Mike was not among them.

13. They brought --- books from the library.

14. Give me --- tea, pleas, I am thirsty.

15. Dinner was not ready yet so she gave the children --- bread and butter because they were hungry.

b) somebody, anybody, nobody , everybody.

1. Has --- here got a red pencil?

2. --- can answer this question. It is very easy.

3. Has --- in this group got a dictionary?

4. --- left a magazine in our classroom yesterday.

5. The question was so difficult that --- could answer it.

6. I’m afraid I shan’t be able to find --- in the office now: it’s too late.

7. --- knows that water is necessary for life.

8. Is there --- here who knows French?

9. You must find --- who can help you.

10. --- knew anything about America before Columbus discovered it.

11. I saw --- in the train yesterday who looked like you.

12. There is --- in the next room. I don’t know him.

13. Please, tell us the story. --- knows it.

14. Is there --- in my group who lives in the dormitory?

c) somewhere, anywhere, nowhere , everywhere.

1. You must go --- next summer as you need a thorough rest.

2. I put my dictionary --- yesterday and now I can’t find it ---. – Of course, that is because you leave your books ---.

3. Did you go --- on Sunday?

4. Let’s go ---. The weather is fine.

5. I cannot find my glasses ---. I am always putting them --- and then looking for them for hours.

6. Today is a holiday. The streets are full of people. There are flags, banners and flowers ---.

Ex. 10. Insert some, any, no, every or their derivatives .

1. What shall I do now that I have done my job? – You can do --- you like.

2. Here are --- books by English writers. Take --- book you like.

3. There are --- boys in the garden because they are at school.

4. I can see --- on the snow but I don’t know what it is.

5. Are there --- desks in the classroom? – Yes, there are many.

6. There are --- books on this desk but there are --- exercise-books.

7. Did he say ---- about it? – No, he said ---.

8. There was --- in the street because it was very late.

9. --- wants to see him.

10. Is there --- here who knows this man?

11. Have you got --- books on Dickens?

12. Can --- tell me the way? – Yes, take --- path and you’ll get there.

13. Please, bring me --- apples, Mary.

14. That is a very easy question – --- can answer it.

Ex. 11. Make up sentences according to the model.

Model: I am singer, (my brother). My brother is a singer.

1. The Browns have got two children. (Jane Smith).

2. We are students. (Nick).

3. I am leaving next week. (they).

4. Professor Thomson buys newspapers every morning. (Ben's parents).

5. That pine-tree is too high, (those birches).

Ex. 12. Insert the articles if necessary.

1. " Who wants ...... cake?"-" I'd like......piece of.......cake, please."

2........person who's sitting next: tome is......lawyer by........profession.

3. They are short of.......money and they are not going to buy........dog for

.......their children.

4. We usually have........breakfast at 8.

5. The students are making.......Good progress.

Ex. 13. Insert personal or possessive pronouns.

1 . Give........a photo and I am going to give you.........

2.That butterfly looks like a flower. Aren't.......wings wonderful?

3 .We know ........ well. They are friends of.........

4. We often invite Liz to stay with......in.......house.

5. Jeans always stay in fashion. People like ....

Ex. 14. Form degrees of comparison of the following adjectives.

POSITIVE

COMPARATIVE

SUPERLATIVE

big

wonderful

thick

wide

thin

short

interesting

high

tasty

weak

little

Ex. 15. Make up sentences according to the model.

I’m very optimistic.

(My brother Harold) -

She is a good teacher.

(Mr. Brown) -

This text is long

(those texts) – Those texts are longer.

That translation is easy.

(These sentences) -

Peter has got a comfortable flat.

(Jane and Tom) -

Her Spanish is bad.

(Their French) -

Ex. 16. Make up negative and interrogative sentences according to the model.

SENTENCE

NEGATIVE FORM

INTERROGATIVE FORM + SHORT ANSWER

Her daughter has got a friend. (Yes)

Her daughter has not got a friend.

Has her daughter got a friend? – Yes, she has.

Uncle Tom is buying a new computer today. (Yes)

The Earth moves round the sun. (No)

There is a new magazine on the tea table (No)

These tales are quite interesting. (Yes)

We have got enough coffee in our cups. (No)

Ex. 17. Write alterative and tag-questions.

SENTENCE

ALTERNATIVE QUESTION

TAG – QUESTION (DISJUNCTIVE)

She speaks French well.

Does she speak French or English well?

She speaks French well, doesn’t she?

Her child has French classes every Tuesday.

They seldom come to them.

She is looking through the papers now.

Ex. 18. Open the brackets using the verbs in the Present Simple or Future Simple (all the actions are in the future).

1. I’d like to ask you a few more questions before you (to go).

2. If you (to have) anything to report put it in writing and send it to me.

3. When he (to call) I (to give) him a piece of mind.

4. I (to be) at home if you (to need) anything.

5. They (to be) in the gallery if you (to decide) to speak to them.

6. If the (to want) your advice they (to get) in touch with you.

7. I (to write) to you about it when I (to have) time

8. He (to wait) until they (to send) for him.

9. He (to be) all right when this (to be) over.

Ex. 19. Open the brackets using the verbs in the Present Simple or Future Simple.

1. Come and see me when you (to come) to town and we (to talk) everything over.

2. When the weather (to get) warmer I (to start) practicing.

3. “Come in” – she said – “I (to find out) if she (to be) soon.”

4. I don’t know when they (to come) to see us.

5. If my friends (to come), please, ask them to wait a little.

6. He wants to know if you (to be) free tomorrow.

7. Ask him if he (to stay) for dinner.

8. When things (to get) a little more settled we (to come) to see you.

9. I wonder when they (to write) to us

10. Go straight ahead till you (to come) to a fountain at the corner of the street; then turn left and you (to find) this shop on your right.

11. When you (to come) to the main road remember to stop and look both ways before you (to cross).

12. They can’t tell me when they (to be) free.

13. Ask them when they (to move) into a new flat.

14. If the patient (to continue) to improve we (to transfer) him to another ward.

15. Before we (to talk) about it I’d like to show you something.

Ex. 20. Open the brackets using the verbs in the Present Continuous, Present Simple, Past Simple or Future Simple.

1. Kate (to cook) dinner every day.

2. Kate (to cook) dinner tomorrow.

3. Kate (to cook) dinner now.

4. Kate (to cook) dinner yesterday.

5. He (to spend) last summer in the country.

6. He (not to spend) last summer in the country.

7. He (to spend) last summer in the country?

8. Where he (to spend) last summer?

9. She (to help) mother yesterday.

10. She (not to help) mother yesterday.

11. She (to help) mother yesterday?

12. How she (to help) mother yesterday?

13. I (not to eat) ice-cream every day.

14. I (not to eat) ice-cream now.

15. I (not to eat) ice-cream tomorrow.

16. I (not to eat) ice-cream yesterday.

17. You (to go) to school every day?

18. You (to go) to school now?

19. You (to go) to the south next summer?

20. You (to go) abroad last summer?

21. What your brother (to do) every day?

22. What your brother (to do) now?

23. What your brother (to do) tomorrow?

24. What your brother (to do) yesterday?

Ex. 21. Make up interrogative and negative sentences.

MODELS:

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ОТРИЦАТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

He was away on business last week.

Was he away on business last week?

He wasn’t away on business last week.

He studied tourism last year.

Did he study tourism last year?

He did not study tourism last year.

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ОТРИЦАТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

This travel agency is aggressively expanding its business.

He will hire you.

We are touring about the country.

The guide is accompanying the tourists.

I am arranging my flight.

I will accompany you to the chief animator.

The agency will advertise a new tour package.

They will arrange your flight.

We will provide you with the travel insurance.

The travel agent works at a travel company.

Travel agents sell tours.

He shows tourists round the city.

They work part-time.

I take groups on bus tours.

She uses her English all the time.

Variant II

TEXT 1

Read the text. Translate and answer the questions after the text in written form.

Marie Blanc works in a large travel company in Paris. English is her only foreign language.

"I was born in Paris and I'm very happy here. But I like this job because I'm interested in travel. On the whole, this agency deals with business customers. I arrange their flight and hotel bookings all over the world. Apart from that, we often get foreign tourists who want to change their travel arrangements. Of course English is essential.

The best thing about this job? I get cheap holidays!"

ВОПРОС

ОТВЕТ

Where does Marie Blanc work?

What is she?

What does she do?

Why does she like her job?

TEXT 2

Read the text. Translate and answer the questions after the text in written form.

Paola Conti is a tour guide in Florence. She speaks English and Spanish. "I take groups of English speakers - Americans, English, Australians - on bus tours of Florence. In the summer there are four different tours and every time I go out somebody asks a new question, so I never get bored. Anyway, I'd hate to work in an office. I don't want to do this for the rest of my life, but I'm enjoying the job at the moment and I earn a lot of money in the summer".

ВОПРОС

ОТВЕТ

What is Paola Conti?

What does she do?

When does she work?

Why does she like her work?

ТЕХТЗ

Read the text. Translate and answer the questions after the text in written form.

Manuel Romero works in the Tourist Information Office at Malaga airport in the south of Spain. He speaks English and French.

"Most of tourists who come here are British, but we also have a lot of Dutch and German. They usually come on package holidays, so everything is organized in advance. But sometimes they want to hire a car or do something a bit different. Then I give them advice. They usually don't know any Spanish, apart from "Ole", so I use my English all the time.

It's an interesting job and some of the people I meet are very funny. One American couple asked if they could fly to Torremolinos. That's only about ten kilometers from here!"

ВОПРОС

ОТВЕТ

Where does Manuel Romero work?

How many languages does he speak?

What does he do?

Does he like his job?

What is "a package holiday"?

TEXT 4

Read the text. Translate and answer the questions after the text in written form.

There are people in tourism who work for themselves. They are called freelancers. They don't work full-time for any tourist company. They work part-time or in high season only. They don't work in low and off- season.

Among free-lancers there are guides, guides-interpreters, escorts, animators, travel writers. Tourist companies, resort hotels and holidays centers employ them for seasonal work. Cruising companies, resort hotels and holiday centers employ animators for summer high season. Travel agencies which deal with in-coming tourism employ guides, guide-interpreters, escorts. Travel writers offer their articles to magazines and newspapers when they wish to.

Free-lancers are registered. It means that, on the one hand, they have got licenses. Licenses prove their qualifications and give them permission to work. On the other hand, if they are registered, they pay taxes. Free-lancers are, as a rule, members of professional associations. In high season they earn a lot of money. In low and off-season they don't earn any money at all or do some other job. Teachers work as free-lance guides, students work as escorts, actors work as animators. Travel writers are often permanent free-lancers.

ВОПРОС

ОТВЕТ

What kind of people are called free-lancers?

How and when do free-lancers work?

What are some of the free-lance jobs?

What kind of companies employ animators?

What kind of companies employ animators?

What kind of companies employ guides, guide-interpreters and escorts?

What do travel writers do?

What does it mean that free-lancers are registered?

What are the advantages and disadvantages of being a freelancer?

TEXT 5

Read the text and answer the questions.

TOURISM IN THE 19TH CENTURY

In the 19th century tourism was mainly for the rich. They had enough money and spare time for travelling. Not many working people in Europe had paid holidays. Well-to-do people used to take tours to France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. They spent time at famous sea resorts in France. They went to health resorts and spas of Germany for recreation and treatment. They travelled to the resorts in the mountains of Switzerland and Austria.

In the early 19th century tourists used to travel by trains and steamships. In the first half of the 19th century steamships used to move within inland waterways only. But in the second half of the century they started covering longer distances. The steamships carried passengers on all oceans and seas of the world.

ВОПРОС

ОТВЕТ

What was tourism in the 19th century like?

What kind of tours did well-to-do people use to take?

Where did they go to in those countries?

How did they use to travel?

Where did steamships move in the first half of the 19th century?

Where did steamships move in the first half of the 19th century?

Where did they move in the second half of the 19th century?

GRAMMAR EXERCISES

EX. 1. Fill in the blanks:

explorers camels

jet planes mode

treatment the rich

steamships races

inland waterways railway

airplanes spas

resorts development

overseas-trip

1. The WTO assists countries in the ___________ of their national tourism.

2. The only means of travelling in the early 19th century were trains and________________

3. Thomas Cook arranged the first trip by ___________ in 1841.

4. When the first ___________ appeared, they changed travel crucially.

5. When .___________ emerged, they made air travel available to most people.

6. In the first half of the 19th century steamships carried passengers within ___________

7. Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus and James Cook were world-famous ___________

8. Thomas Cook arranged the first ___________ in 1855 to Paris.

9. Well-to-do Europeans used to go to health resorts and __________ of Germany for recreation ____________

10. The first travellers used simple boats on the water and ___________ in the desert.

11. During the first group tour Thomas Cook provided his tourists with meals on the train and tickets for the ______________

12. The 19th century tourism was first and foremost for _____________

13. Well-to-do tourists used to travel to the ___________ in the mountains of Austria and Switzerland.

14. Air travel is the fastest ____________ of travelling.

Ex. 2. Make up interrogative and negative sentences.

MODELS:

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ОТРИЦАТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

He was away on business last week.

Was he away on business last week?

He wasn’t away on business last week.

He studied tourism last year.

Did he study tourism last year?

He did not study tourism last year.

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ОТРИЦАТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

The travel agent offered a travel insurance.

The travelers chose our new tour yesterday.

They were happy with the travel arrangements.

It was late to change the dates of the tour.

Well-to-do Russians, travelled to European health resorts in the 19th century.

You went to France by train

You took a ferry to reach England.

Our tourism manager made a journey to Turkey.

He was pleased with the journey by air.

He enjoyed the journey by train.

The students got familiar with the sights of Greece last August.

It was high season when they arrived.

The first travellers were merchants and traders.

Ex. 3. Make up alternative questions:

MODELS:

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

The travelers were pleased with the coach.

Were the travelers pleased with the coach or with the hotel?

The travelers took a tour to Athens.

Did the travelers take a tour to Athens or to Rome?

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

They toured around Europe.

The first travelers were merchants.

Thomas Cook set up the first travel agency.

The WTO emerged in 1975.

The first travellens used boats.

They were familiar with boats.

Jet planes emerged in the early 20th century.

Thomas Cook was known all over the world.

The age of modern trains came in the 19th century.

The most famous travellers in the past were explorers.

Ex. 4. Make up tail-questions (disjunctive questions):

MODELS:

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

The first travellers were familiar with boats.

The first travellers were familiar with boats, weren't they?

The first travellers were not familiar with planes.

The first travellers were not Familiar with planes, were they?

Well-to-do travellers had enough money and spare time.

Well-to-do travellers had enough money and spare time, didn't they?

Common people didn't have enough money and spare time.

Common people didn't have enough money and spare time, did they?

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

Christopher Columbus was one of the best-known explorers.

The age of airplanes changed travel crucially.

The age of airplanes made travel available to all people.

The cost of air transportation didn't make travel available to everybody.

Christopher Columbus discovered America.

Amerigo Vespucci didn't discover America.

Nikitin was not known in the West.

The first travellers used simple means of travelling.

The first travellers didn't travel by air.

They were not familiar with air travel.

Ex. 5. Make up special questions:

MODELS:

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

The chief animator was on the stage during the whole contest last night.

Who was on the stage during the whole contest last night?

Where was the chief animator during the contest last night?

When was the chief animator on the stage?

The tourists spent their paid holidays at the health resort last season.

Who spent paid holidays at the health resort last season?

What did the tourists do last season?

What did the tourists spend at the health resort last season?

What kind of holidays did the tourists spend at the health resort last season?

Where did the tourists spend their paid holidays last season?

What kind of resort did the tourists spend their paid holidays at?

When did the tourists spend their paid holidays at the health resort?

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

Rich noble people were members of the Russian Tourist Society.

Who

What kind of

The Russian Tourist Society came into being hi 1901.

What

When

Thomas Cook Company was well-known in Russia in the 191h century.

What

Where

When

The first Russian guide books gave details of Moscow and St. Petersburg sights.

What

What kind of

Tourist boom started about 30 or 40 years ago.

What

When

How long ago

Before 1855 Thomas Cook Company dealt with domestic tourism only.

When

What

What kind of

Steamships carried passengers on all oceans of the world.

What

Whom

What kind of

The WTO emerged in 1975.

What

When

The UN conference on international travel and tourism took place in Rome in 1963.

What

What kind of

Where

When

The first motor-cars appeared in the late 19th century.

What

When

Thomas Cook set up the first travel agency in the middle of the 19th century.

Who

What

When

Thomas Cook provided his tourists with meals and tickets for the races during the first group tour.

Who

Whom

What

When

The rich went to German health resorts for treatment and recreation.

Who

Where

Why

In the 19th century tourism was for the rich because they had enough money and spare time.

When

What

Why

Ex. 6. Open the brackets. Mind the word order in interrogative sentences.

1. We (to make) a tour of France last year. It (to be) a coaching tour. We (not to stay) in any city for more than one day.

2. Where your customers (to spend) their holidays? - They (to be) in the Caucasus. They (to go) to a spa there.

3. When and where the UN conference on international travel and tourism (to take) place? -It (to take) place in 1963 in the capital of Italy.

4. A month ago our company (to put) a new tour together. We (not to advertise) it in mass media. We (to include) it in our new travelogue.

5. They (to set) up a new tourist company and (to do) market research last year.

6. What kind of inclusive tours your travel agency (to offer) to customers last summer season? - We (to offer) inclusive tours with charter to Turkey.

7. You (to cooperate) with major tour operators a couple of years ago? - No, we didn't.

8. A week ago I (to be) away on business. I (to visit) our sales outlets in St. Petersburg. There I (to get) familiar with their tourist attractions. Unfortunately, I (not to see) their museums in the suburbs because we (to be) too busy.

9. The first steamships (not to cover) long distances. They (to move) on inland waterways.

10. Your tourism manager (to travel) anywhere last year? - He (not to take) his paid holidays last year. He (to have) a lot of work to do.

Ex. 7. Ask questions to the following statements and then answer them according to the pattern.

УТВЕРДИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА

ВОПРОСИТЕЛЬНАЯ ФОРМА+КРАТКИЙ ОТВЕТ

There is a good programme on TV tonight.

- Is there a good programme on TV tonight?

- No, there isn’t.

There aren't any theatres in my town

- Are there any theatres in your town?

- Yes, there are.

1. There is a cat in the window.

2. There are a few changes in the text.

3. There are plenty of glasses in the cupboard.

4. There were a lot of people at the stadium.

5. There isn't anything on the plate.

6. There wasn't anybody in the room.

7. There are difficult exercises in this book.

8. There is something on the shelf.

9. There will be some interesting programmes on TV tomorrow.

10. There are several empty seats in the room.

11. There weren't any pears on the plate.

Ex. 8. Translate into English.

РУССКИЙ

АНГЛИЙСКИЙ

1. В этом журнале много интересных статей

2. В нашем городе много музеев и театров.

3. В этой комнате есть телефон?

4. В этой комнате два окна.

5. В чашке не было чая.

6. Сколько статей было в этом журнале? – Там было несколько статей.

7. Сколько студентов в аудитории? – Двадцать.

8. Рядом с нашим домом будет парк.

9. На этой улице была школа?

10. На столе лежит несколько книг

11. Рядом с нашим домом есть школа.

Школа находится рядом с нашим домом.

12. В городе несколько театров.

Театры находятся в центре города.

13. В вазе стояли цветы.

Цветы стояли в красивой вазе.

14. В театре много детей.

Дети сейчас в театре.

15. Существует несколько способов решения этой задачи.

Способы решения этой задачи даны на странице 5.

Ex. 9. Fill in the gaps.

a) some, any, no.

1. There were ... of my friends there.

2. Well, anyway, there is ... need to hurry, now that we have missed the train.

3. Have you ever seen ... of these pictures before?

4. There is ... water in the kettle: they have drunk it all.

5. There were ... fir-trees in that forest, but many pines.

6. We could not buy cherries, so we bought... plums instead.

b) somebody, anybody, nobody.

1.I saw ... I knew at the lecture.

2.I dare say that there may be ... at the lecture that I know, but what does that matter?

3. Do you really think that... visits, this place?

4.I have never seen ... lace their boots like that.

c) somewhere, anywhere, nowhere.

1. I haven't seen him....

2.I know the place is ... about here, but exactly where, I don't know.

3. Did you go ... yesterday? — No, I went..., I stayed at home the whole day.

Ex. 10. Insert some, any, no, every or their derivatives.

1. Can I have ... milk? — Yes, you can have ....

2. Will you have ... tea?

3. Give me ... books, please. I have ... to read at home.

4. Put ... sugar in her tea: she does not like sweet tea.

5. Is ... the matter with you? Has ... offended you? I see by your face.

Ex. 11. Make up sentences according to the model. Model: I am singer, (my brother). My brother is a singer.

1. We are students. (Nick).

2. The Browns have got two children. (Jane Smith).

3. I am leaving next week. (they).

4. Professor Thomson buys newspapers every morning. (Ben's parents).

5. That pine-tree is too high, (those birches).

Ex. 12. Insert the articles if necessary.

1. The students are making.......Good progress.

2........person who's sitting next: tome is......lawyer by........profession.

3. They are short of.......money and they are not going to buy........dog for

.......their children.

4. We usually have........breakfast at 8.

5." Who wants ...... cake?"-" I'd like......piece of.......cake, please."

Ex. 13. Insert personal or possessive pronouns.

1 .We often invite Liz to stay with......in.......house.

2.That butterfly looks like a flower. Aren't.......wings wonderful?

3 .We know ........ well. They are friends of.........

4.Give........a photo and I am going to give you.........

5. Jeans always stay in fashion. People like ....

Ex. 14. Form degrees of comparison of the following adjectives.

POSITIVE

COMPARATIVE

SUPERLATIVE

Thick

Big

Amusing

Young

Lazy

Ex. 15. Make up sentences according to the model.

This text is long

(those texts) – Those texts are longer.

That translation is easy.

(These sentences) -

Peter has got a comfortable flat.

(Jane and Tom) -

She is a good teacher.

(Mr. Brown) -

Her Spanish is bad.

(Their French) -

I’m very optimistic.

(My brother Harold) -

Ex. 16. Make up negative and interrogative sentences according to

the model.

SENTENCE

NEGATIVE FORM

INTERROGATIVE FORM + SHORT ANSWER

Her daughter has got a friend. (Yes)

Her daughter has not got a friend.

Has her daughter got a friend? – Yes, she has.

The Earth moves round the sun. (Yes)

Uncle Tom is buying a new computer today. (No)

There is a new magazine on the tea table (Yes)

These tales are quite interesting. (No)

We have got enough coffee in our cups. (Yes)

Ex. 17. Write alterative and tag-questions.

SENTENCE

ALTERNATIVE QUESTION

TAG – QUESTION (DISJUNCTIVE)

She speaks French well.

Does she speak French or English well?

She speaks French wellб doesn’t she?

He seldom comes to them.

We are looking through the papers now.

Her children have French classes every Tuesday.

Ex. 18. Open the brackets using the verbs in the Present Simple or Present Continuous.

1. The telephone (to ring). Somebody (to want) to talk to you.

2. Jane (to like ) reading. She often (to borrow) books from the library. Now she (to look through) a new detective story.

3. What (to be) this dreadful smell? - Something (to bum) in the kitchen.

4. He never (to get) good marks in his examinations. I (to wonder) why. Who (to know) the reason?

5. What Nick (to do) now? - Pie (to do) his homework. It usually (to take) him an hour and a half to do it.

Ex. 19. Open the brackets using the verbs in the Present Continuous, Present Simple, Past Simple or Future Simple.

1. Mother (to cook) a very tasty dinner yesterday.

2. Tomorrow Nick (not to go) to school.

3. Look! My friends (to play) football.

4. Kate (not to write) letters every day.

5. You (to see) your friend yesterday?

6. Your father (to go) on a business trip last month?

7. What Nick (to do) yesterday?

8. When Nick (to get) up every morning?

9. Where your mother (to go) tomorrow?

10. I (to invite) my friends to come to my place tomorrow.

11. He (not to play) the piano tomorrow.

12. We (to see) a very good film last Sunday.

13. Your mother (to cook) every day?

14. We (to make) a fire last summer.

15. I (to spend) last summer at the sea-side.

16. Where you (to spend) last summer?

17. Where he (to spend) next summer?

18. What mother (to do) now? — She (to cook) dinner.

19. I (not to play) computer games yesterday.

20. Last Sunday we (to go) to the theatre.

21. I (to meet) my friend yesterday.

22. I (to write) a letter to my cousin yesterday.

23. You (to write) a dictation tomorrow?

24. I (not to write) a report now.

Ex. 20. Open the brackets using the verbs in the Present Continuous, Present Simple, Past Simple or Future Simple.

25. He (to spend) last summer in the country.

26. He (not to spend) last summer in the country.

27. He (to spend) last summer in the country?

28. Where he (to spend) last summer?

29. She (to help) mother yesterday.

30. She (not to help) mother yesterday.

31. She (to help) mother yesterday?

32. How she (to help) mother yesterday?

33. Kate (to cook) dinner every day.

34. Kate (to cook) dinner tomorrow.

35. Kate (to cook) dinner now.

36. Kate (to cook) dinner yesterday.

37. I (not to eat) ice-cream every day.

38. I (not to eat) ice-cream now.

39. I (not to eat) ice-cream tomorrow.

40. I (not to eat) ice-cream yesterday.

41. You (to go) to school every day?

42. You (to go) to school now?

43. You (to go) to the south next summer?

44. You (to go) abroad last summer?

45. What your brother (to do) every day?

46. What your brother (to do) now?

47. What your brother (to do) tomorrow?

48. What your brother (to do) yesterday?

ПРИЛОЖЕНИЕ 1

ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ АГЕНТСТВО ПО ОБРАЗОВАНИЮ

ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОЕ ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНОЕ УЧРЕЖДЕНИЕ

ВЫСШЕГО ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНОГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ

«РОССИЙСКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ ТУРИЗМА И СЕРВИСА»

(ФГОУВПО «РГУТиС»)

____________________________________факультет

Кафедра______________________________________

КОНТРОЛЬНАЯ РАБОТА по

______________________________________________________

наименование дисциплины

____ -й семестр

Студента(ки) заочной формы обучения__________________________________________

Ф.И.О., полностью

_____________________________________________________________________________

№ зачетной книжки _________________________ группа__________________________

Специальность _______________________________________________________________

код и наименование специальности

_____________________________________________________________________________

№ варианта_________________ Выполнила _________________________

подпись студента(ки)

Работа предъявлена на проверку «____»_________200__г.__________________________

подпись преподавателя

Результаты проверки__________________________________________________________

Замечания, рекомендации_____________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________

Проверил преподаватель «___»__________200__г. ________________________________

Ф.И.О., подпись

Вторично предъявлена на проверку «___»__________200__г. ______________________

подпись преподавателя

Результаты проверки_________________________________________________________

Замечания_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Проверил преподаватель «___»________200__г. __________________________________

Ф.И.О., подпись

Работа принята (проведено собеседование) «___»_______200__г____________________

подпись преподавателя

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