I usually get up at 8.00 on weekdays.

I used to get up at 6.00 when I was at school.

Correct the mistakes in the highlighted phrases.

1.He weren’t use to be so moody.

2. Did she always used to drink coffee in the morning?

3.He use to be a driver, but now he works for Greenpeace.

4. We didn’t used to have a car, we used to cycle everywhere.

5. I used to drink two cups of coffee every morning.


Complete these sentences with used to... + a suitable verb.

1. Liz --- a motorbike, but last year she sold it and bought a car.

2. We came to live in Manchester a few years ago. We --- in Nottingham.

3. Jim --- my best friend but we aren't friends any longer.

4. There --- a hotel opposite the station but it closed a long time ago

5. When you lived in London, --- to the theatre very often?


Exercise 5. Match the expressions with get with their meanings.

1...a book about how to get rid of unnecessary objects a make contact with somebody

2. ….a new friend who you get on with quite well b arrive at/in

3. …I got to the pub late c become

4….I decided to try to get in touch d be friendly with

5….I got really excited e throw away


Exercise 6. Complete the questions with get or an expression with get

1 Who do you _______best in your family?

2 Does it take you long to ______new people?

3 Do you _________more e-mails from friends than work-related ones?

4 How do you normally __________with your friends?

5 How often do you_______ things (e.g. clothes) that you don’t use any more?


Exercise 7. Match the couples. Which of them are fictional? What do you know about them?



1 Bonnie a) Anthony

2 Cleopatra b) Clyde

3 John Lennon c) Courtney Love

4 Kurt Kobein d) Tolegen

5 Napoleon Bonaparte e) Juliet

6 Romeo f) Yoko Ono

7 KyzZhybek g) Josephine


Exercise 8. Take part in the dialogue.

1. Do you believe that eternal love exists?

2. Can you fall in love with somebody without meeting them face to face?

  1. What age do most people in your country get married at?
  2. Do you believe in love at first sight?
Useful phrases
ask somebody out get divorced
go out (with somebody) get married (to somebody)
fall in love (with somebody) get engaged (to somebody)

Check yourself

1.Choose the right variant. I _____ badly with my cousin.

a) go out

b) get on

c) split up

d) go away

2.Choose the right variant. ______________ eat a lot of sweets when you were a child?

a) Do you use to

b) Did you use to

c) Does you use to

d) Did she used to

3.Give synonym of the following word “fancy”

a) hate

b) admire

c) argue

d) look

4.Choose the right variant. My sister ______to get up at 6.00 a.m. but she doesn’t do it any more.

a) use

b) used

c) did use

d) using


English Russian Kazakh
to ask smb out [a:sk aut] пригласить на свидание кездесуге шақыру
to go out (with smb) [gəu aut]] встречаться с кем нибудь жүру
to fall out (with smb) [fɔ:l aut] ссориться ұрсысу
to make up [meik ʌp] мириться достасу
deceitfully [di'si:tf(ə)li] предательски саткындыкпен
to get engaged [in'geidʒd] обручиться некелесу
strife [straɪf] ссора ұрыс
divorced[dɪˈvɔːst] разведенный ажырасқан
devastated [ˈdɛvəsteɪtiɪd] опустошенный құлазыған
knight[naɪt] рыцарь сері


Office hours № 7   Make up a topic “A friend in need is a friend indeed”and retell it.  
LIW № 19   Read the text “A Mystery” and translate it.(p. 165)  




1. Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig. New English File. Intermediate Student’s Book. Oxford 2012.

2.Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig. New English File. Intermediate Workbook. Oxford 2012.


3. Tim Falla and Paul A Davis.Solutions. Intermediate Students Book. Oxford.2010.



HAND OUT № 14 (74)

Discipline: English as a foreign language Credits: 2

Intermediate level Practical lesson

Lexical theme: Lifestyle

Grammar: Quantifiers

Teacher: assistant professor Moldabayeva Magira Kitobayevna


Warming up. Healthy lifestyle: Spend one minute writing down all of the different words you associate with healthy lifestyle. Share your words with your partner / group and talk about them.


large quantifiers Use a lot of/lots of in positive sentences. Use a lot when there is no noun, e.g. He talks a lot. Much /many are normally used in-sentences and?, but a lot of can also be used. Use plenty of in positive sentences to mean as much as we need or more. small quantities Use little + uncountable nouns, few +plural countable nouns. a little and a few =some, but not a lot, very little and very few =not much/many zero quantity Use any for zeroquantitywith a –verb. Use no with +verb. Use none (without a noun) in short answers. more than you need or want/less than you need Use too + adjective, too much + uncountable noun, too many + plural countable nouns. Use enough before a noun but after an adjective.

Circle the correct answer

1.I think this restaurant is too/too much expensive.

2. There are too much/too many people in my salsa class.

3. There aren’t enough car parks/car parks enough in the city center.

4. Do you speak French? Yes, a little/a few.

5. I don’t have no time/any time for myself.


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