Rewrite the direct speech as reported speech.

1. I didnt finish the report yesterday, said Rebecca

Rebecca said.

2. Im having problems with my computer, she said.

She said.

3. I havent been able to log onto the Internet this week, she told Ben.

She told.

4. Ill look at it for you sometime today, said Ben

Ben said.

5. If you can mend my computer, Ill cook you dinner, said Rebecca

Rebecca told Ben.


Exercise 5. Read the text

Tale When Truth Dawned

Teacher Ryokan was requested by his sister-in-law to come to her house and talk to her son. He does no work, squanders his fathers money in wild parties and is neglecting the estate, she complained. The young man knew why his uncle had come, but Ryokan did not say anything.

On the next day, he said, Will you help me tie the thongs of my sandals? My hands shake and I cannot do it. His nephew helped him willingly. Thank you, said Ryokan. A man becomes older and feebler day by day. You remember how strong and robust I used to be? I do, said his nephew, thoughtfully. I do indeed remember how you used to be.

It was the moment of truth for him. He suddenly realized that his mother and all those who had looked after him had become old and that it was now his turn to look after them and to take on the responsibilities of the household and the community.

He gave up his dissolute life forever.

Exercise 6. Mark the sentences True (T) or False (F).

1 Teacher Ryokan was requested by his sister-in-law to come to her house and talk to her son
2 His nephew did not know why his uncle had come.
3 Ryokan scolded his nephew.
4 Ryokans nephew realized that his mother and all those who had looked after him had become old and that it was now his turn to look after them and to take on the responsibilities of the household and the community
5 Ryokans nephew did not give up his dissolute life.

Exercise 7. Complete each sentence using reported speech.

1. Peter will be back soon, Tom said. Tom said that ___________________ back soon.

2. Do you live far away? asked Fiona. Fiona asked me _________________ far away.

3. Simon likes you a lot, said Roz. Roz told me ____________________ a lot.

4. I have never been to Mexico, said Toni. Toni said ____________________ to Mexico.

5. I think Sheilas working at home, said Graham. Graham thought that _____________ at home.

Exercise 8. If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales- Albert Einstein. How do tales influence on our life? Make a list of advantages and disadvantages of tales.


Check yourself

1. Choose the correct variant.Q:'Have you finished reading the newspaper? a) He asked me if I had finished reading the newspaper b) He asked me if had I finished reading the newspaper c) He asked me if I finished reading the newspaper d) He asked if had I finished reading the newspaper 3. Choose the correct variant.Q: She said, 'I really wish I had bought that new car a) She told me she really wished she bought that new car b) She told me she really had wished she had bought that new car c) She told me she really wished she had bought that new car d) She told me she really had wishes she had bought that new car  
2.What is Fairy Tales? a) fiction with strange or otherworldly settings or characters; fiction which invites suspension of reality b) the songs, stories, myths, and proverbs of a people or folk as handed down by word of mouth c) story about fairies or other magical creatures, usually for children d) verse and rhythmic writing with imagery that creates emotional responses 4. Choose the word that is different a) monsters b) fairies c) history d) magical creations    


English Russian Kazakh
gentleness [ˈdʒentlnɪs] , ә, қөң
at the spring [æt ðiː sprɪŋ] , ұқ
to neglect [tuː nɪˈɡlɛkt] , ,
to scold [tuː skəʊld] қғ ү ө
word in rebuke [w3ːd ɪn rɪˈbjuːk] ө
feeble [ˈfiːbl] ә
dissolute [ˈdɪsəluːt] ө, ұ
precious [ˈprɛʃəs] қ ғ
viper [ˈvaɪpər] ұ
arrogant [ˈærəgənt] ққ, ә
Office hours 9   Make up a topic Fairy tale from my childhood and retell it
LIW 25   Read the text The origin of fairy tales and translate it.(p. 167)  



1. Clive Oxenden, Christina Latham-Koenig. New English File. Intermediate. Students book. Oxford University Press, 2012.

2. Clive Oxenden, Christina Latham-Koenig. New English File. Intermediate. Workbook. Oxford University Press, 2012.


3. John and Liz Soars. New Headway. Intermediate. Students book. Oxford University Press, 2012.



HAND OUT18 (78)

Discipline: English as a foreign language Credits: 2

Intermediate Level Practical lesson

Lexical theme: The natural World

Grammar theme: Passives

Teacher: assistant professor Tolynbekova Galima Amangeldievna

Warming up

Look at the picture and answer these questions.

a) What sort of creature is this?

b) What do you think is unusual about it?

c) Which parts of its body can you identify?

d) What do you think they use them for?

Exercise1. Read the text.

Armed and dangerous.

The yacht was anchored 200 meters off the Qeensland coast when Chris Slough dived into the water. Thats when it got him. I felt a couple of little stings on my chest, he says, but I thought nothing of it and carried on. But as soon as he got back on the boat he realized he was in a big trouble. I suddenly came over very nauseous, he says. Within minutes he was in agonizing pain, vomiting and struggling to breathe. It felt like my organs were popping out.

Chris had been stung by an irukandji, a vicious creature named after an aboriginal tribe whose folklore tells of a terrible illness that struck people who went swimming in the sea. Irukandjis, a species of box jellyfish, grow no bigger than a peanut, yet relative to their size are probably the most toxic creatures on earth, putting many people in hospital each year with irukandji syndrome.

Exercise 2. Answer the questions.

  1. Where was the yacht when Chris Slough dived into the water?
  2. What happened with him in the water?
  3. What is irukandji?
  4. Why was it called so?
  5. Is irukandji the most toxic creature in the world?

Exercise 3. Look at the photos and decide which of these creatures

Ø is harmless to humans?

Ø can injure people but not kill them?

Ø sometimes kill people?

Ø kills the most people?


Exercise 4. Make a dialogue with your partner using the following questions.

Which are the most interesting wild creatures in your country?

Are any of them considered dangerous?

How do people protect themselves from dangerous creatures?


Exercise 5. Listen to Moira Mackenzie, the author of a well-known series of travel guides, who will be talking about wildlife area in Europe. Then answer the questions. [T.18].


Is there a huge range of wildlife in the highlands?

What should you do in order to blend in with your surroundings?

Why are visitors advised to use their cars?

Why should visitors leave their pets at home?


Exercise 6. Complete the following sentences according to the listened text.

1. Visitors are advised to use their cars where is no

2. People are apparently less likely to startle animals if they stay

3. Wherever possible use a

4. Dont mix wild animals and

5. Please, leave your dog




The passive: be + past participle

  • We often use the passive when its not clear or important who does an action.

Example: My bike has been stolen

  • If you want to say who did the action, use by.

Look at the chart below, compare the sentences.

Active Passive
They make Mercedes cars in Germany. Mercedes cars are made in Germany.
KanyshSatbaev made a valuable contribution to science. A valuable contribution to science was made by KanyshSatbaev.
We are redecorating our living room now. Our living room is being redecorated by us now.
Nobody invited me to the party. I was invited to the party by nobody.
They have built a lot of houses since 1999. A lot of houses have been built since 1999 by them.
The plant will produce 10,000 cars next year. 10, 000 cars will be produced by the plant next year.
Films inspire people to travel. People are inspired to travel by films.
JamesCamerondirected Titanic. Titanic was directed by James Cameron.


Exercise 7. Complete the sentences by putting the verbs into the correct passive form.

Example: The country with the smallest film industry is Iceland, where only three films are made in a year. (make)

  1. More than 26, 000 costumes ________ in the 1963 film Cleopatra. (use)
  2. The most filmed character is Sherlock Holmes, until now, more than 200 different films________ about him. (make)
  3. Spielbergs film The Color Purple ________ for 11 Oscars in 1985 but didnt win any. (nominate)
  4. Macaulay Culkin ________ $4.5 million dollars for his role in Home Alone in 1990. (pay) This was a record for a child at that time.
  5. The director Stanley Kubrick died while his film Artificial Intelligence ________.(make) Spielberg ________ to finish the film.(ask)


Exercise 8. Write a reply to the given letter. Include your overall opinion on keeping pets, reasons for your opinions and examples from your own experience.

I'm just not an animal person 1 have nothing 1 opposite / against animals in general and I really enjoy wildlife programmes on TV. Working animals like guide dogs are very important, of course, but I can't see the2 point / place of keeping pets. To 3 me / mine, they just4 take / make a mess and cost you a lot of money. And some pet owners 5 treat / look their animals like children, dressing them up and feeding them the best meat or fish. It's just crazy! That / What really gets me is when people set up a blog 'written' by their dog or cat. Why do they pretend that an animal has opinions to share with the rest of the world? As 17 see / think it, if you want to communicate, talk to a person, not a pet.

Check yourself

1. Choose the right variant. The letter two days ago.

a) were sent

b) be send

c) have been sent

d) was sent

2. Choose the right variant. He ..go out after 10 p.m.

a) isnt allowed

b) isnt allowed to

c) arent allowed to

d) isnt allow to

3. Give the synonym to the word environment

a) endangered species

b) desert

c) natural reserve

d) ecology

4. Choose the right translation of the word .

a) squid

b) jellyfish

c) shrimp

d) eel



English Russian Kazakh
environment[ɪnˈvaɪərənmənt] қғ
inhabitant [ɪnˈhæbɪtənt] ң ұғ
sting[stɪŋ] ғғ
nauseous [ˈnɔːsɪəs] құ
pop out [ˈpɒpaʊt] ғ
agonizing [ˈægənaɪzɪŋ] ,
vomit [ˈvɔmɪt] құ, құқ
struggle[ˈstrʌɡəl] ү
LIW 26   Prepare a report Natural world of Kazakhstan  
LIW 27   Read the text Goods move. People move. Ideas move. And cultures change and translate it. (p. 167)  




1. Clive Oxenden, Christina Latham-Koenig New English File Intermediate Students book Oxford University Press, 2012

2. Clive Oxenden, Christina Latham-Koenig New English File Intermediate Workbook Oxford University Press, 2012


3. Simon Haines & Peter May IELTS Masterclass Students book Oxford University Press, 2006

4. http://www.esl-lab.com/record/recrd1.htm

5.Amanda Maris, Outcomes Intermediate, workbook, Heinle, Cengage learning, 2010



HAND OUT19 (79)

Discipline: English as a foreign language Credits: 2

Intermediate levelPractical lesson

Lexical theme: Heroes and icons of our time

Grammar theme: Relative clauses

Teacher:assistant professor Tolynbekova Galima Amangeldievna

Exercise 1. In pairs, look at the photos 1-5 and match them with the names below. What are they famous for?

a) IlyaIlyin b) Tokhtar Aubakirov c) imur Bekmambetov d) Batyrkhan Shukenov e) Ermakhan Ibraimov


1. 2. 3.

4. 5.

Exercise 2. Work in two groups and discuss pros and cons of being a hero.


Exercise 3. Listen to a competition on a radio program. With a partner, try to guess the names of

heroes and icons. [T.19]


Exercise 4. Answer the questions according to the listened text:


1 What kind of program is it?

2 What is the title of todays competition?

3 What are the rules of the competition?

4 How can the people take a part in the program?

5 What is the prize of the competition?


Exercise 5. Read the article about T. Musabayev and answer the questions.

1 How many space missions did he fly?

2 What Institute did he graduate from?

3 How long did his first spaceflight last?

Talgat Musabayev


TalgatAmangeldyulyMusabayev was born on January 7, 1951, inKargaly city, Kazakhstan. He is a Kazakh test pilot and an astronaut who flew on three spaceflights.

Musabayev graduated from Engineering Institute of Civil Aviation in Riga in 1974. Then in 1983 he graduated from Higher Military Aviation School in Akhtubinsk, with an engineering diploma. Musabayev received several awards as an aerobatic flyer and was selected as a cosmonaut on May 11, 1990. In 1991, he was appointed to Major and transferred to the astronaut group of Air Force (TsPK-11). On 11 May, 1990 Musabayev was selected to be an astronaut.

His first spaceflight was as a crew member of the long-duration mission Mir EO-16, which was launched and landed by the spacecraft Soyuz TM-19. Musabayev was designated Flight Engineer; the mission lasted from July 1, 1994 to November 4, 1994, for a total duration of 125 days 22 hours 53 minutes.

Exercise 6. Complete the sentences according to the article.

T.A. Musabaev was born in

He is a Kazakh test pilot

Musabaev graduated from Engineering Institute of Civil Aviation

He received several awards

His first spaceflight was



Relative clauses

Julias a woman who/that works with me. Its a book which/that tells you how to relax. Thats the house whereI was Born. Thats the boy whose father plays for Real Madrid. Hes the man (who/that) I met on the plane.
  • Complete the sentences with a relative pronoun from the box.
who which where whose that
  1. This is the school _________ I learned 5 years ago.
  2. Here is the telegram________ arrived this morning.
  3. The person________ I get on with best in my family is my cousin.
  4. I think we should buy the washing machine________ is more economical.
  5. I dont like people _______ are unreliable.


  • Choose one of the following relative pronouns who, which or whose from the dropdown menu.
  1. I talked to the girl ____________car had broken down in front of the shop.
  2. Mr Richards, ___________is a taxi driver, lives on the corner.
  3. We often visit our aunt ___________ in Norwich is in East Anglia.
  4. This is the girl _________ comes from Spain.
  5. That's Peter, the boy _________ has just arrived at the airport.


Exercise 7. Use these phrases and make ten sentences with them.


Useful phrases to make an impact on to fight for human rights to be insulted to make a choice to use celebrity status to come to the public eye to rise money to hold out for a hero to try to reconcile to turn into an icon


Exercise 8. Choose one modern icon from your country and write about his/her achievements in social life.


Check yourself

1. Choose the right variant. This is a house I was born.

a) who

b) which

c) where

d) what

2. Choose the right variant. TalgatMusabaev is a of Kazakh nation.

a) hero

b) crew member

c) spacecraft

d) launch

3. Choose the right variant. My younger sister husband is a pilot lives in Riga.

a) who

c) that

d) which

c) whose

4. Choose the right definition of the word icon.

a) someone who is very famous and who people think represents a particular idea

b) someone who is notorious for his/her deeds

c) someone who represents a celebrity

d) someone who represents a particular idea but not a well-known



English Russian Kazakh
humanity [hjuːˈmænɪtɪ] , ,
reconcile [rɛk(ə)nsʌɪl]
aerobatic [ɛərəʊˈbætɪk] қ, ұққ
crew member [kruːˈmembə] ү
spacecraft [ˈspeɪskrɑːft] ғқ
launch[lɔːntʃ] ұ
notable [ˈnəʊtəbl] , ққ
to insult [ɪnˈsʌlt] ғ,
achievement [əˈtʃiːvmənt]
clue [kluː] ғ
Office hours 10   Make up a topic Is it difficult to be an icon? and retell it.
LIW 28   Learn by heart the poem Time Flew So Quickly by Judy (p. 168)    



A navy captain is alerted by his First Mate that there is a pirate ship coming towards his position. He asks a sailor to get him his red shirt.

The captain was asked, Why do you need a red shirt?

The Captain replies, So that when I bleed, you guys dont notice and arens discouraged. They fight off the pirates eventually.

The very next day, the Captain is alerted that 50 pirate ships are coming towards their boat. He yells, Get me my brown pants!



1. Clive Oxenden, Christina Latham-Koenig New English File Intermediate Students book Oxford University Press, 2012

2. Clive Oxenden, Christina Latham-Koenig New EnglishFileIntermediateWorkbookOxfordUniversity Press, 2012


3.John and Liz Soars, New Headway, Oxford University Press, Students book, 2009.

4. http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/pronouns/relative_pronouns.html

5. http://www.miguelmllop.com/practice/intermediate/readingcomprehension/readingcompindex.html


HAND OUT 20 (80)

Discipline: English as a foreign language Credits- 2

Intermediate level Practical lesson

Lexical theme: Superstitions

Grammar: Third conditional

Teacher: assistant professor Mangazina Zhanel Rauliyevna

Exercise 1. How lucky are you? Read the following statements and write a number 1-3. 3 = This is usually true about me. 2 = This is sometimes true about me. 1 = This is hardly ever true about me. Read the questionnaire, mark and discuss your answers 1 I enjoy talking to people I haven't met before. 2 I don't worry or feel anxious about life. 3 I enjoy trying new food and drink. 4 I listen to my instinct. 5 When I need to calm down I just go to a quiet place. 6 I try to learn from my mistakes. 7 I try to get what I want from life. 8 I expect people I meet to be pleasant, friendly, and helpful. 9 I'm an optimist. I look on the bright side of life. 10 When things are bad I think things will get better soon. 11 I don't think about bad luck I have had in the past. 12 I expect good things to happen to me in the future. Now look at what your scores   Your score mean 12-18 You are naturally unlucky and you don't attract good luck. You need a more positive and more adventurous attitude to life. 19-27 You are quite lucky but you could be luckier. Look back at situations where you were lucky or unlucky and analyze why. Try to learn from the past. 28-36 You are probably someone who is lucky. But you could become even luckier. Don't be afraid of taking risks, as they will probably end up being positive for you. Do you agree with the results?

Exercise 2. Match the following words with the definitions and read the story



to till to walk steadily and rhythmically forward in step with others
a herd Brought from wildness into a domesticated or tractable state
to tame One compulsorily enrolled for service, especially in the armed forces; a draftee
to march A number of wild animals of one species that remain together as a group
conscript To prepare (land) for the raising of crops, as by plowing and harrowing; cultivate

Good Luck Bad Luck!

There is a Chinese story of a farmer who used an old horse to till his fields. One day, the horse escaped into the hills and when the farmer's neighbors sympathized with the old man over his bad luck, the farmer replied, Bad luck? Good luck? Who knows? A week later, the horse returned with a herd of horses from the hills and this time the neighbors congratulated the farmer on his good luck. His reply was, Good luck? Bad luck? Who knows?

Then, when the farmer's son was attempting to tame one of the wild horses, he fell off its back and broke his leg. Everyone thought this very bad luck.

Some weeks later, the army marched into the village and conscripted every able-bodied youth they found there. When they saw the farmer's son with his broken leg, they let him off. Now was that good luck or bad luck? Who knows?

We are wise when we leave it to God to decide what good fortune is and what misfortune.

Author Unknown

Exercise 3. Are the following statements TRUE or FALSE

  the horse escaped into the hills T/F
  the horse returned alone T/F
  the farmer's son attempted to tame one of the wild horses T/F
  the farmer's son broke his back T/F
  the army marched into the old farmers home T/F




Third conditional

if clause main clause explanation
If I had studied harder, I would have passed the exam. I failed the exam, because I didn't study hard enough.

Using of the third conditional. The third conditional is used to talk about things that DID NOT HAPPEN in the past. If your native language does not have a similar construction, you may find this a little strange, but it can be very useful. It is often used to express criticism or regret:

Example Explanation
If you had driven more carefully, you would not have had an accident. Criticism: You had an accident because you didn't drive carefully enough.
If we had played a little better, we could have won the game. Regret: We didn't play well, so we lost the game.
If you had saved your money, you could have bought a computer. Criticism: You didn't save your money, so now you can't afford a computer.
If it had snowed, we could have gone skiing. Regret: It didn't snow, so we couldn't go skiing.

Choose the correct forms

  1. If Id/would listened to the news, Id have known that the motorway was closed
  2. I dont know what we would have done if our visas wouldnt /hadnt arrived in time
  3. If the ferry crossing hadnt been so rough, we can/could have had a nice meal
  4. Would you have stayed in England if you didnt/hadnt married a Brazilian woman?
  5. The police would/wouldnt have stopped you if you hadnt been speeding


Read the conversations. There is one word missing in each of Bs lines. Add the word in the correct place.

  1. A: Poor Mike. He missed his plane because he ended up at the wrong terminal

B: If hed checked the details before, he would caught his plane.

  1. A: Whatever happened to Joanne? Wasnt she your best friend from college

B: If she hadnt emigrated to Canada, we might have in touch.

  1. A: Why on earth didnt you ring me about the train delay?

B: If I been able to get a signal on my mobile, I would have let you know.

  1. A: That taxi from the airport cost us a fortune.

B: We could have caught the bus to the hotel if you hung around for so long

  1. A:What made you want to emigrate to Australia?

B: To be honest, wed have stayed in the UK if there hadnt so much unemployment.

Exercise 4. [T.20] Have you ever met your partners parents or relatives? How did you feel before meeting them first time? Do you know any believes and rules which person should follow before meeting.You are going to hear three people talking about the same event.

Listen first to Mark. What event is he talking about?

a) Wedding b) Meeting his girlfriends parent for the first time

Listen to Mark again, and then to Mrs. deVere and Annie. Did they get on well?

Exercise 5. Answer the questions according to the text


1. Is Mark normally nervous person?

2. What was he wearing in?

3. How did he feel when anyone asked questions?

4. What was Annies mothers opinion about Mark when he first arrived?

5. How did Annie feel?


Exercise 6. Make 5 sentences using 3rd conditional.

Eg.: If Mark had known what to wear, he would have felt more confident.

Exercise 7. Complete the invitations with special occasions from the box and write according to the sample your own invitation


21 st birthday Christening Christmas engagement Halloween Valentines Day


Dear Colin Were having ____________ party on Saturday, 14 February and would be delighted if you could join us. The party starts at 8:30. There will be food, so please dont eat before you come!


Dear Megan Please come to my fancy dress _________ party on Saturday, 31 October, from 8:00 until late at 97 Morton Lane. There will be a prize for the scariest costume, so youd better start thinking about your outfit now!

Exercise 8. Discuss these Common Superstitions. Do you believe in them?

Friday the thirteenth is an unlucky day

To find a four-leaf clover is to find good luck

If you walk under a ladder, you will have bad luck

If a black cat crosses your path you will have bad luck

Check yourself


1. Choose the right variant. I ________ (not / finish) my homework if you hadnt helped me.

a) wouldnt finish

b) hadnt finish

c) didnt finish

d) wouldnt have finished

2. Choose the right variant. If she ___(not / pass) her driving test, she would have been really disappointed.

a) hadnt passed

b) wouldnt pass



c) hadnt pass

d) didnt passed

3. Choose the right variant.To find a four-leaf ________is to find good luck

a) clover

b) chamomile

c) cactus

d) oak

3. Choose the right variant.The horse returned with a ______ of horses

a) flock

b) group

c) herd

d) pack


English Russian Kazakh
attempt to tame[əˈtɛmpt tu teɪm ] ғ ү
conscript[ˈkɔnskrɪpt] ә қ
disguise[dɪsˈgaɪz] ү ө
horseshoe[ˈhɔːsʃu] ғ
to till [tɪl] өң
herd [həːd]
able-bodied [ˈeɪblˈbɔdɪd] қ
clover [ˈkləuvər]
LIW 29   Learn by heart the poem Friendby Margery Wang (p. 168)  
LIW 30   Write a debt agreement contract using a model.(p.180)



1. Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig New English File. Intermediate Students Book. Oxford, 2012.

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


3. Michael Harris, David Mower and Anna Sikorzynska. New Opportunities Intermediate s Book. 2010.

4. Amanda Maris, Outcomes Intermediate workbook 2010.


HAND OUT 21(81)
Discipline: English as a foreign language Credits-2
Intermediatelevel Practical lesson
Lexical theme: Customs connected with birth, wedding and funeral.
Grammar: Question tag.  
Teacher: assistant professor Gaiipova Gulipa Abdraimovna


Question tag

Question tags are often used to check something you already think is true.

Example: Your name is Maria, isn`t it?


Positive verb, negative tag negative verb, positive tag,
It`s cold today, isnt it? She doesnt eat meat, does she?
They live in London, dont they? They dont smoke, do they?
She worked in a bank, didnt she? He hasnt been to Rome before, has he?
You`ll be OK, wont you? You wont tell anyone, will you?
The match finishes at 8.00, doesnt it? They didnt like the film, did they?

Add the tags

Hasn`t she, didn`t you, do I, doesn`t it, doesn`t she.

1 You enjoyed it, ..?

2 She has been to the USA, ?

3 She works in sales, .?

4 It looks perfect there, ?

5 I don`t know him, ?


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