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^ 6 СОДЕРЖАНИЕ СРСП И СРС
Таблица 3 - Планы СРСП И СРС


СРСП

СРС

аудиторная

внеаудиторная

1

2

3

Grammar: Problem Tenses

1. Present Perfect: Present Perfect with other tenses; idiomatic phrases

2. Other Perfect tenses: Past Perfect / Future Perfect; Perfect infinitives and -ing forms

3. Continuous: Perfect Continuous; Past Continuous for plans, polite requests; Continuous infinitives; Perfect Continuous passive

4. The future: Future forms; will in time and if-clauses; common phrases to refer to the future

Vocabulary:

5.. Stative verbs: Uses in Continuous and non-Continuous tenses
6. Collocation: Meaning; fixed and open; grammatical forms

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 16 – 31

Grammar: Problem Tenses

1. Present Perfect: Present Perfect with other tenses; idiomatic phrases

2. Other Perfect tenses: Past Perfect / Future Perfect; Perfect infinitives and -ing forms

3. Continuous: Perfect Continuous; Past Continuous for plans, polite requests; Continuous infinitives; Perfect Continuous passive

4. The future: Future forms; will in time and if-clauses; common phrases to refer to the future

Vocabulary:

5.. Stative verbs: Uses in Continuous and non-Continuous tenses
6. Collocation: Meaning; fixed and open; grammatical forms

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 16 – 31

Grammar: Problem Tenses

1. Present Perfect: Present Perfect with other tenses; idiomatic phrases

2. Other Perfect tenses: Past Perfect / Future Perfect; Perfect infinitives and -ing forms

3. Continuous: Perfect Continuous; Past Continuous for plans, polite requests; Continuous infinitives; Perfect Continuous passive

4. The future: Future forms; will in time and if-clauses; common phrases to refer to the future

Vocabulary:

5.. Stative verbs: Uses in Continuous and non-Continuous tenses
6. Collocation: Meaning; fixed and open; grammatical forms

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 16 – 31

Grammar: Passives

1. Agents and objects: Mention of agents; verbs with two objects; limitations of passive

2. Passive and infinitive: Infinitives after certain passive verbs; passive infinitives; report verbs 3. Get and have Causatives: Get + -ed; I've had my car stolen, etc.

4. Transitive to intransitive: Changing subject without using passive; meanings of ergative verbs

Vocabulary:

5. Verbs common in the passive: Verbs with no agent; -ed adjective or passive?; prepositions with passives; phrasal verbs

6. Phrasal verbs: Prepositions and particles; position of object; prepositions after passives

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 32 – 47

Grammar: Passives

1. Agents and objects: Mention of agents; verbs with two objects; limitations of passive

2. Passive and infinitive: Infinitives after certain passive verbs; passive infinitives; report verbs 3. Get and have Causatives: Get + -ed; I've had my car stolen, etc.

4. Transitive to intransitive: Changing subject without using passive; meanings of ergative verbs

Vocabulary:

5. Verbs common in the passive: Verbs with no agent; -ed adjective or passive?; prepositions with passives; phrasal verbs

6. Phrasal verbs: Prepositions and particles; position of object; prepositions after passives

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 32 – 47

Grammar: Passives

1. Agents and objects: Mention of agents; verbs with two objects; limitations of passive

2. Passive and infinitive: Infinitives after certain passive verbs; passive infinitives; report verbs 3. Get and have Causatives: Get + -ed; I've had my car stolen, etc.

4. Transitive to intransitive: Changing subject without using passive; meanings of ergative verbs

Vocabulary:

5. Verbs common in the passive: Verbs with no agent; -ed adjective or passive?; prepositions with passives; phrasal verbs

6. Phrasal verbs: Prepositions and particles; position of object; prepositions after passives

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 32 – 47

Grammar: Modal verbs 1

1. Predicting: Certainty; possibility; expressing opinions

2. Truth and possibility : True /untrue; expressing opinions; giving reasons; expressing annoyance

3. Necessity, duty, advice: Must, have to, should, needn't, don't have to etc.; other verbs for necessity and advice

Vocabulary:

4. Possibility, probability, certainty Likelihood: bound to, etc.; improbability

5. Obligations: Legal / institutional, moral, personal obligations; freedom of choice

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 48 – 61

Grammar: Modal verbs 1

1. Predicting: Certainty; possibility; expressing opinions

2. Truth and possibility : True /untrue; expressing opinions; giving reasons; expressing annoyance

3. Necessity, duty, advice: Must, have to, should, needn't, don't have to etc.; other verbs for necessity and advice

Vocabulary:

4. Possibility, probability, certainty Likelihood: bound to, etc.; improbability

5. Obligations: Legal / institutional, moral, personal obligations; freedom of choice

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 48 – 61

Grammar: Modal verbs 1

1. Predicting: Certainty; possibility; expressing opinions

2. Truth and possibility : True /untrue; expressing opinions; giving reasons; expressing annoyance

3. Necessity, duty, advice: Must, have to, should, needn't, don't have to etc.; other verbs for necessity and advice

Vocabulary:

4. Possibility, probability, certainty Likelihood: bound to, etc.; improbability

5. Obligations: Legal / institutional, moral, personal obligations; freedom of choice

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 48 – 61

Grammar: Modal verbs 2

1. Intention, frequency, habit: Intention / refusal; offers / requests; frequency

2. Ability, permission: Can / Could; was / were able to; theoretical possibility; permission; register

3. Should; modals in the past: Special uses of should; modals in the past; modal Perfects

Vocabulary:

1. Frequency: Adverbs and phrases; adjectives; habits and trends

2. Ability, quality and achievement: Dependent prepositions; collocation; connotation; metaphor

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 62 – 79

Grammar: Modal verbs 2

1. Intention, frequency, habit: Intention / refusal; offers / requests; frequency

2. Ability, permission: Can / Could; was / were able to; theoretical possibility; permission; register

3. Should; modals in the past: Special uses of should; modals in the past; modal Perfects

Vocabulary:

1. Frequency: Adverbs and phrases; adjectives; habits and trends

2. Ability, quality and achievement: Dependent prepositions; collocation; connotation; metaphor

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 62 – 79

Grammar: Modal verbs 2

1. Intention, frequency, habit: Intention / refusal; offers / requests; frequency

2. Ability, permission: Can / Could; was / were able to; theoretical possibility; permission; register

3. Should; modals in the past: Special uses of should; modals in the past; modal Perfects

Vocabulary:

1. Frequency: Adverbs and phrases; adjectives; habits and trends

2. Ability, quality and achievement: Dependent prepositions; collocation; connotation; metaphor

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 62 – 79

Grammar: Subjunctives and Unreal Past; Conditionals

1. Subjunctives and Unreal Past: Present and Past subjunctive; Unreal Past

2. Likely conditionals: Verb forms; will / won't in if-clauses; mixing time references; false conditionals

3. Unlikely conditionals: Verb forms; would in if-clauses; If... are to I were to

4.Past conditionals: Verb forms; would have... would have; omitting if, etc.

Vocabulary:

5.Metaphor: Compound adjectives and nouns; single words; idiomatic phrases

6. Prefixes and suffixes: Changing meaning; prefixes in non-existent words; suffixes and part of speech; suffixes changing meaning

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 80 – 99

Grammar: Subjunctives and Unreal Past; Conditionals

1. Subjunctives and Unreal Past: Present and Past subjunctive; Unreal Past

2. Likely conditionals: Verb forms; will / won't in if-clauses; mixing time references; false conditionals

3. Unlikely conditionals: Verb forms; would in if-clauses; If... are to I were to

4.Past conditionals: Verb forms; would have... would have; omitting if, etc.

Vocabulary:

5.Metaphor: Compound adjectives and nouns; single words; idiomatic phrases

6. Prefixes and suffixes: Changing meaning; prefixes in non-existent words; suffixes and part of speech; suffixes changing meaning

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 80 – 99

Grammar: Subjunctives and Unreal Past; Conditionals

1. Subjunctives and Unreal Past: Present and Past subjunctive; Unreal Past

2. Likely conditionals: Verb forms; will / won't in if-clauses; mixing time references; false conditionals

3. Unlikely conditionals: Verb forms; would in if-clauses; If... are to I were to

4.Past conditionals: Verb forms; would have... would have; omitting if, etc.

Vocabulary:

5.Metaphor: Compound adjectives and nouns; single words; idiomatic phrases

6. Prefixes and suffixes: Changing meaning; prefixes in non-existent words; suffixes and part of speech; suffixes changing meaning

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 80 – 99

Grammar: Linking clauses

1. Time and Reason: Time clauses: Ever since, etc.; Reason clauses: because, etc.

2. Result and Purpose: Result clauses: so, etc.; Purpose clauses: in order to, etc.

3. Concession clauses: Position of linking words; background information; unexpected contrast

Vocabulary:

4. Purpose and effect: Purpose / intention; result, cause and effect
5. Agreeing or not : Not giving in; weighing things up; giving in

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 100 – 113

Grammar: Linking clauses

1. Time and Reason: Time clauses: Ever since, etc.; Reason clauses: because, etc.

2. Result and Purpose: Result clauses: so, etc.; Purpose clauses: in order to, etc.

3. Concession clauses: Position of linking words; background information; unexpected contrast

Vocabulary:

4. Purpose and effect: Purpose / intention; result, cause and effect
5. Agreeing or not : Not giving in; weighing things up; giving in

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 100 – 113

Grammar: Linking clauses

1. Time and Reason: Time clauses: Ever since, etc.; Reason clauses: because, etc.

2. Result and Purpose: Result clauses: so, etc.; Purpose clauses: in order to, etc.

3. Concession clauses: Position of linking words; background information; unexpected contrast

Vocabulary:

4. Purpose and effect: Purpose / intention; result, cause and effect
5. Agreeing or not : Not giving in; weighing things up; giving in

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 100 – 113

Grammar: Adjectives and adverbs

1. Adjective structures: Adjectives after nouns; structures after adjectives; late, lately, etc.

2. Inversion: After negative adverbs; uses

3. Making comparisons: Comparatives; similarities; double comparatives; preferences; as I like; as if I though

Vocabulary:

4. Differences and similarities: Collocation; synonyms; modifiers; linking phrases; idiomatic phrases

5. Sentence adverbs: Definition; uses

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 114 – 127

Grammar: Adjectives and adverbs

1. Adjective structures: Adjectives after nouns; structures after adjectives; late, lately, etc.

2. Inversion: After negative adverbs; uses

3. Making comparisons: Comparatives; similarities; double comparatives; preferences; as I like; as if I though

Vocabulary:

4. Differences and similarities: Collocation; synonyms; modifiers; linking phrases; idiomatic phrases

5. Sentence adverbs: Definition; uses

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 114 – 127

Grammar: Adjectives and adverbs

1. Adjective structures: Adjectives after nouns; structures after adjectives; late, lately, etc.

2. Inversion: After negative adverbs; uses

3. Making comparisons: Comparatives; similarities; double comparatives; preferences; as I like; as if I though

Vocabulary:

4. Differences and similarities: Collocation; synonyms; modifiers; linking phrases; idiomatic phrases

5. Sentence adverbs: Definition; uses

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 114 – 127

Grammar: Nouns and articles

1. The or no article: The with nouns always singular; nouns without articles; general or specific: adding the

2. Singular, plural, uncountable: Always plural; uncountable with -s; collectives; There is I are; uncountable / countable

3. Classifying: Referring to groups: plural, the, a / an; special groups

4. Adjectives and verbs as nouns: The unemployed, the supernatural, etc.; gerunds with / without the

Vocabulary:

1. Singular, plural and uncountable: Common phrases: on foot, in all weathers, etc.

2. Compounds: Noun + noun; adjective + noun; adjective + adjective; other combinations

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 128 – 143

Grammar: Nouns and articles

1. The or no article: The with nouns always singular; nouns without articles; general or specific: adding the

2. Singular, plural, uncountable: Always plural; uncountable with -s; collectives; There is I are; uncountable / countable

3. Classifying: Referring to groups: plural, the, a / an; special groups

4. Adjectives and verbs as nouns: The unemployed, the supernatural, etc.; gerunds with / without the

Vocabulary:

1. Singular, plural and uncountable: Common phrases: on foot, in all weathers, etc.

2. Compounds: Noun + noun; adjective + noun; adjective + adjective; other combinations

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 128 – 143

Grammar: Nouns and articles

1. The or no article: The with nouns always singular; nouns without articles; general or specific: adding the

2. Singular, plural, uncountable: Always plural; uncountable with -s; collectives; There is I are; uncountable / countable

3. Classifying: Referring to groups: plural, the, a / an; special groups

4. Adjectives and verbs as nouns: The unemployed, the supernatural, etc.; gerunds with / without the

Vocabulary:

1. Singular, plural and uncountable: Common phrases: on foot, in all weathers, etc.

2. Compounds: Noun + noun; adjective + noun; adjective + adjective; other combinations

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 128 – 143

Grammar: Determiners and pronouns

1. All, both, the whole, neither, either, no, none: Uses; common phrases

2. Each and every: Differences in meaning / use; singular / plural; common phrases

3. One and another, other(s), one another, each other: Uses; common phrases

4. Quantifiers: much, many, (a) few, etc. Articles; use in negatives / questions; formality; common phrases

5. Any, some, somewhere, anywhere, etc.: Uses; common phrases

Vocabulary:

6. Amount and extent Extent and degree; words expressing quantity

7. Groups of and parts of Describing groups; informal phrases; collocation

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 144 – 161

Grammar: Determiners and pronouns

1. All, both, the whole, neither, either, no, none: Uses; common phrases

2. Each and every: Differences in meaning / use; singular / plural; common phrases

3. One and another, other(s), one another, each other: Uses; common phrases

4. Quantifiers: much, many, (a) few, etc. Articles; use in negatives / questions; formality; common phrases

5. Any, some, somewhere, anywhere, etc.: Uses; common phrases

Vocabulary:

6. Amount and extent Extent and degree; words expressing quantity

7. Groups of and parts of Describing groups; informal phrases; collocation

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 144 – 161

Grammar: Determiners and pronouns

1. All, both, the whole, neither, either, no, none: Uses; common phrases

2. Each and every: Differences in meaning / use; singular / plural; common phrases

3. One and another, other(s), one another, each other: Uses; common phrases

4. Quantifiers: much, many, (a) few, etc. Articles; use in negatives / questions; formality; common phrases

5. Any, some, somewhere, anywhere, etc.: Uses; common phrases

Vocabulary:

6. Amount and extent Extent and degree; words expressing quantity

7. Groups of and parts of Describing groups; informal phrases; collocation

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 144 – 161

Grammar: Noun clauses

1. That-clauses: After nouns / adjectives / report verbs; as subject; omitting that; comparison with relative clauses

2. Wh-clauses: Uses; with prepositions; with infinitives; whether and if; exclamations

3. To-infinitive and -ing clauses: Sentence position; differences; adding subjects; common phrases

4. Reference: this, that, these, those; such; so: Time / distance; referring back; common phrases

Vocabulary:

5. Nouns from phrasal verbs: Position of particle; transitive / intransitive; noun v. phrasal verb

6. Lack, shortage and excess: The haves; The have nots

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 162 – 181

Grammar: Noun clauses

1. That-clauses: After nouns / adjectives / report verbs; as subject; omitting that; comparison with relative clauses

2. Wh-clauses: Uses; with prepositions; with infinitives; whether and if; exclamations

3. To-infinitive and -ing clauses: Sentence position; differences; adding subjects; common phrases

4. Reference: this, that, these, those; such; so: Time / distance; referring back; common phrases

Vocabulary:

5. Nouns from phrasal verbs: Position of particle; transitive / intransitive; noun v. phrasal verb

6. Lack, shortage and excess: The haves; The have nots

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 162 – 181

Grammar: Noun clauses

1. That-clauses: After nouns / adjectives / report verbs; as subject; omitting that; comparison with relative clauses

2. Wh-clauses: Uses; with prepositions; with infinitives; whether and if; exclamations

3. To-infinitive and -ing clauses: Sentence position; differences; adding subjects; common phrases

4. Reference: this, that, these, those; such; so: Time / distance; referring back; common phrases

Vocabulary:

5. Nouns from phrasal verbs: Position of particle; transitive / intransitive; noun v. phrasal verb

6. Lack, shortage and excess: The haves; The have nots

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 162 – 181

Grammar: Relative clauses

1. Words used with relative pronouns: Prepositions; relatives after pronouns / determiners / wh- words

2. Omitting relative pronouns: When to omit; replacing clauses; descriptive clauses

3. Nominal relative pronouns: Definition; uses; followed by to-infinitive; what before a noun; contact clauses

Vocabulary:

4. Reference words: Types of reference: specifying, arranging, focusing, etc.

5. Problems and solutions: Facing problems, finding solutions, etc.; collocation; idiomatic phrases

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 182 – 195

Grammar: Relative clauses

1. Words used with relative pronouns: Prepositions; relatives after pronouns / determiners / wh- words

2. Omitting relative pronouns: When to omit; replacing clauses; descriptive clauses

3. Nominal relative pronouns: Definition; uses; followed by to-infinitive; what before a noun; contact clauses

Vocabulary:

4. Reference words: Types of reference: specifying, arranging, focusing, etc.

5. Problems and solutions: Facing problems, finding solutions, etc.; collocation; idiomatic phrases

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 182 – 195

Grammar: Relative clauses

1. Words used with relative pronouns: Prepositions; relatives after pronouns / determiners / wh- words

2. Omitting relative pronouns: When to omit; replacing clauses; descriptive clauses

3. Nominal relative pronouns: Definition; uses; followed by to-infinitive; what before a noun; contact clauses

Vocabulary:

4. Reference words: Types of reference: specifying, arranging, focusing, etc.

5. Problems and solutions: Facing problems, finding solutions, etc.; collocation; idiomatic phrases

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 182 – 195

Grammar: Emphasis

1. Fronting: Definition; uses; fronting noun clauses; introduction phrases

2. Introductory: There and It Dummy subjects; it + clause / + report verb; referring forward

3. Emphasis using: What, All and It What I All I am going to do is ... etc.; It was Tim who ran into the office

4. Nominalisation Definition; uses; have a talk, make a comment, etc.

Vocabulary:

5. Substituting one phrase for another Using adverbs / nouns / adjectives / phrases; multiple changes

6. Intensifying and emphasising Adjectives; collocation; adverbs of degree; exaggeration; adverbials, etc.

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 196 – 211

Grammar: Emphasis

1. Fronting: Definition; uses; fronting noun clauses; introduction phrases

2. Introductory: There and It Dummy subjects; it + clause / + report verb; referring forward

3. Emphasis using: What, All and It What I All I am going to do is ... etc.; It was Tim who ran into the office

4. Nominalisation Definition; uses; have a talk, make a comment, etc.

Vocabulary:

5. Substituting one phrase for another Using adverbs / nouns / adjectives / phrases; multiple changes

6. Intensifying and emphasising Adjectives; collocation; adverbs of degree; exaggeration; adverbials, etc.

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 196 – 211

Grammar: Emphasis

1. Fronting: Definition; uses; fronting noun clauses; introduction phrases

2. Introductory: There and It Dummy subjects; it + clause / + report verb; referring forward

3. Emphasis using: What, All and It What I All I am going to do is ... etc.; It was Tim who ran into the office

4. Nominalisation Definition; uses; have a talk, make a comment, etc.

Vocabulary:

5. Substituting one phrase for another Using adverbs / nouns / adjectives / phrases; multiple changes

6. Intensifying and emphasising Adjectives; collocation; adverbs of degree; exaggeration; adverbials, etc.

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 196 – 211

Grammar: Reported speech

1. Tenses in reported speech: Tenses of report verb; reporting past / present tenses; reporting modal verbs

2. Report structures: Types of clause; infinitive and -ing; impersonal reports; summarising; personal comments

Vocabulary:

3. Quoting, reportingjand interpreting: Referring directly; doubting; interpreting

4. Communicating: Ways of speaking; phrasal verbs; idiomatic phrases

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 212 – 223

Grammar: Reported speech

1. Tenses in reported speech: Tenses of report verb; reporting past / present tenses; reporting modal verbs

2. Report structures: Types of clause; infinitive and -ing; impersonal reports; summarising; personal comments

Vocabulary:

3. Quoting, reportingjand interpreting: Referring directly; doubting; interpreting

4. Communicating: Ways of speaking; phrasal verbs; idiomatic phrases

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 212 – 223

Grammar: Reported speech

1. Tenses in reported speech: Tenses of report verb; reporting past / present tenses; reporting modal verbs

2. Report structures: Types of clause; infinitive and -ing; impersonal reports; summarising; personal comments

Vocabulary:

3. Quoting, reportingjand interpreting: Referring directly; doubting; interpreting

4. Communicating: Ways of speaking; phrasal verbs; idiomatic phrases

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 212 – 223

Grammar: Verb complementation 1

1. Reflexive and reciprocal verbs: Use; verbs always / commonly reflexive; meaning changes

2. Verbs + f/jaf-clauses and adjectives: Verb + that-clause; verb + describing noun / adjective 3. Verbs + prepositional / adverbial phrases: Verbs of movement /position; verb + phrase / + adverb / + way

Vocabulary:

4. Dependent prepositions: Verb / adjective / noun + preposition; prepositional phrases

5. Expressing knowledge and belief : Collocation; common phrases

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 224 – 237

Grammar: Verb complementation 1

1. Reflexive and reciprocal verbs: Use; verbs always / commonly reflexive; meaning changes

2. Verbs + f/jaf-clauses and adjectives: Verb + that-clause; verb + describing noun / adjective 3. Verbs + prepositional / adverbial phrases: Verbs of movement /position; verb + phrase / + adverb / + way

Vocabulary:

4. Dependent prepositions: Verb / adjective / noun + preposition; prepositional phrases

5. Expressing knowledge and belief : Collocation; common phrases

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 224 – 237

Grammar: Verb complementation 1

1. Reflexive and reciprocal verbs: Use; verbs always / commonly reflexive; meaning changes

2. Verbs + f/jaf-clauses and adjectives: Verb + that-clause; verb + describing noun / adjective 3. Verbs + prepositional / adverbial phrases: Verbs of movement /position; verb + phrase / + adverb / + way

Vocabulary:

4. Dependent prepositions: Verb / adjective / noun + preposition; prepositional phrases

5. Expressing knowledge and belief : Collocation; common phrases

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 224 – 237

Grammar: Verb complementation 2

1. Verbs followed by ing or infinitive Differences; perfect -ing; verb + -ing or bare infinitive

2. Verbs followed by infinitive: Verb + to-infmitive I to be I Perfect Infinitive / bare infinitive; for + object

3. Verbs followed by as: Defining a role or function; as + noun / adjective; defining objects; similar structures

Vocabulary:

4. Competition, opposition, disagreement: Collocation; word formation; prepositions

5. Starting / ending; creating / destroying: Common phrases; phrasal verbs

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 238 – 249

Grammar: Verb complementation 2

1. Verbs followed by ing or infinitive Differences; perfect -ing; verb + -ing or bare infinitive

2. Verbs followed by infinitive: Verb + to-infmitive I to be I Perfect Infinitive / bare infinitive; for + object

3. Verbs followed by as: Defining a role or function; as + noun / adjective; defining objects; similar structures

Vocabulary:

4. Competition, opposition, disagreement: Collocation; word formation; prepositions

5. Starting / ending; creating / destroying: Common phrases; phrasal verbs

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 238 – 249

Grammar: Verb complementation 2

1. Verbs followed by ing or infinitive Differences; perfect -ing; verb + -ing or bare infinitive

2. Verbs followed by infinitive: Verb + to-infmitive I to be I Perfect Infinitive / bare infinitive; for + object

3. Verbs followed by as: Defining a role or function; as + noun / adjective; defining objects; similar structures

Vocabulary:

4. Competition, opposition, disagreement: Collocation; word formation; prepositions

5. Starting / ending; creating / destroying: Common phrases; phrasal verbs

Recommended literature:

1.Richard Side, Guy Wellman Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. - Longman, 2000, pp. 238 – 249

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