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Fame and Fashion. Jianni Versace




Jianni Versace believed in pushing to the limit. His leathers were sleazy, his dresses fit the body like a wet glove. As a designer he could be titillating, outrageous, bombastic, vulgar, classic, avant-garde and, of course, wildly expensive. He became known as much for the way he presented his fashions on the runway, in advertising and in lavish image books- as for the clothes themselves. His approach was always provocative, irreverent, even shocking.

Versaces vision went away beyond that Versace simply loved rockn roll and the freedom that it stood for. His shows were staged like rockn roll shows, with great pounding sountracks. Born in 1946 in the town of Ressio Calabra, in Italy, Versace was the son of a dressmaker. Like many other important designers, he learned to make clothes at an early age. He studied architecture but soon became involved in his career. He served as a buyer for his mothers boutique business, worked for a series of ready-to-wear companies. His first solo mens collection was in 1979. He also designed for women.

Exercise 4. Answer the following questions

1. What was his approach?

2. When and where was he born?

3. What do you know about his family?

4. Did he design for women?

5. When did he first present his solo mens collection?

GRAMMAR COMMENT

Complete the rule with COLOUR, MATERIAL, SHAPE When we have more than one adjective before a noun, they usually come in this order: opinion, size or __________, texture, pattern or___________, ___________+noun  

 

 

  • Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. wearing/ shoes/ elegant / black/ She's high-heeled. She's wearing elegant black high-heeled shoes
  1. a/That's/ stripy/shirt/smart / cotton
  2. dress/ wearing/ cotton/ an/ awful/ She's/ flowery
  3. wool/ at / mini-skirt/check/ Look/ beautiful/ that
  4. stripy/ blue/ like/ your/ hoody/ I/ baggy
  5. shiny/ is / roll neck/ great/ This/ nylon/ a
  6. leggings/ tight/ wearing/ ridiculous/ She's/ furry

 

Rewrite the sentences that are incorrect.

1. lt's a yellow smart polo shirt.

2. They're leather tight trousers.

3. lt's a baggy flowery top.

4. They're wool spotty socks.

5. They're long stripy trousers.

 

 

Exercise 5. [T.24]. Listen to a fashion show commentary. Complete the phrases from the commentary.

1 an attractive____________, brown___________jacket

2 a____________,__________T-shirt

3 casual,_________,black jeans

4 a____________, grey,__________ jacket

5 a large____________scarf

6 a____________, dark, __________coat

Exercise 6. Answer the questions.What items of clothes do you prefer? What fabrics do you prefer artificial or natural? What is your favourite colour?

Exercise 7. Look at the words for describing clothes in the box. Make a list of the clothes you can see onyour group mates adding one adjective to each. a stripy top, a shiny coat

Describing clothes patterns:check flowery plain spotty stripy shape:baggy long loose short tight texture:creased furry shiny smooth materials:cotton fur leather nylon wool other:high-heeled long-sleeved matching short-sleeved

 

 

Exercise 8.

I think he looks cool /awful/ ridiculous.
Look at the photos. Write your opinions of the outfits using the adjectives in the box.

 

awful beautiful cool elegant great ridiculous scruffy smart stylish trendy

 

Check yourself

1. Choose the right variant.Shes wearing an ______ flowery cotton dress

a) nylon

b) beautiful

c) smart

d) awful

2. Choose the right variant.Look at that beautiful check ______mini-skirt

a) wooling

b) wooled

c) wooly

d) wool

3. Choose the right variant. This is great shiny nylon roll-_______

a) arm

b) back

c) neck

d) leg

4. Choose the right synonym to the underlined word. Shes wearing ridiculous tight furry leggings

a) comfortable

b) absurd

c) smart

d) great

Glossary

English Russian Kazakh
ridiculous[rɪˈdɪkjʊləs] ғ
sleazy[ˈsliːzɪ] ұқ
lavish [ˈlævɪʃ] , ,
titillating [ˈtɪtɪleɪtiƞ] () ғ (ұқ)
scruffy[ˈskrʌfɪ] ғ-ғ
creased[kriːst] ( ) ү ( )
smooth [smuːð]
sleeve [sliːv] ң
high-heel [haɪ hiːl] ө
plain [pleɪn] , , , ү

 

LIW 35   Prepare a report Famous fashion designers. Do clothes make the man?
     
LIW 36   Learn by heart the poem Snow Day by Sam D.(p.169)  

 

References

Main:

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.

Additional:

3. Tim Falla, Paul A davies Solutions. Intermediate Students Book. Oxford, 2010.

4. Amanda Maris, Outcomes Intermediate workbook 2010.

5. Internet resources:www.audio.net.com; www.teachingenglish.org.uk

 

 

HAND OUT 25 (85)

Discipline: English as a foreign language Credits- 2

Intermediate level Practical lesson

Lexical theme: Inspiration.Wonders of the world.

Grammar: Phrasal verbs

Teacher: assistant professor Mangazina Zhanel Rauliyevn

Exercise 1. Various lists of the Wonders of the world have been compiled from antiquity to the present day to catalogue of the world's most spectacular natural wonders and manmade structures.

Which of them exist? Put their names in correct place

Hanging gardens of Babylon Statue of Zeus
Temple of Artemis at Ephesus Great pyramid of Giza
Colossus of Rhodes Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
Lighthouse of Alexandria

 

 

Exercise 2. What do you know about ancient Seven Wonders of the World?

 

Exercise 3. Read the text carefully, pay attention on dates.

 

Stonehenge

 

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire, about 2.0 miles (3.2 km) west of Amesbury and 8 miles (13 km) north of Salisbury. One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is composed of a circular setting of large standing stones set within earthworks. It is at the centre of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred burial mounds.

Radiocarbon dating in 2008 suggested that the first stones were erected in 24002200 BC, whilst another theory suggests that blue stones may have been erected at the site as early as 3000 BC.

The surrounding circular earth bank and ditch, which constitute the earliest phase of the monument, have been dated to about 3100 BC. The site and its surroundings were added to the UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1986 in a co-listing with Avebury Henge monument.

Archaeological evidence found by the Stonehenge Riverside Project in 2008 indicates that Stonehenge could possibly have served as a burial ground from its earliest beginnings.

 

Exercise 4. What do these numbers refer to: 2008, 3000 BC, 1986, 3100.

Exercise5. Complete these sentences, as in the example

Example: The Nile is a river

The Atlantic is The Alps Greece is The Sahara is The Amazon is The Mediterranean is The Bahamas is Africa is Crete and Corsica are Everest is the highestin the world Michigan and Eyrie are two of the Great The Great Bear is a group of

GRAMMAR COMMENT

A phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and a preposition, a verb and an adverb, or a verb with both an adverb and a preposition, any of which are part of the syntax of the sentence, and so are a complete semantic unit. back up (separable): drive a vehicle backwards (in reverse). You're too close! Back your car up so I can open the garage door. back up (separable): confirm a story, facts, or information. If you don't believe me, talk to Dave. He'll back me up. face up to (inseparable): admit to; take responsibility for. You can't pretend that you're doing OK in this course, Joe. Sooner or later, you'll have to face up to the fact that you're failing it. fall through (no object): not happen. (Note: describes something that was planned but didn't happen.) We had originally intended to go to Mexico for our vacation, but our trip fell through when I got sick.

 

Fill in the correct form of one of the phrasal verbs from the box!

get along, step down, ring back, take over, go off

 

1. I have all the information that you need but Im busy. Can I ___________ you __________ in half an hour?

2. The Prime Minister has decided to ______________________ after 10 years in office.

3. We heard the bomb ______________________ from the hotel where we checked in.

4. Large companies sometimes ______________________ smaller ones.

5. My brother and I ______________________ very well most of the time, but occasionally we do have a fight

 

Match the phrasal verbs with their correct definitions

A Break in   Give someone the right to have something
B Look up   To enter a place to steal something
C Look after   Cancel
D Turn over   Try to find information in a book
F Call off   Take care of

Exercise 6. You are going to hear some phrases where three words a linked together. Listen and write down the missing words. [T.25.1]

1 There is a towel on the floor_____ _____ _____

2 I hate this music _____ ______ _______

3 Your jackets on the chair ______ ______ ______

4 You dont need a coat ______ ______ ______

5 I cant hear the TV _______ _______ _______

6 Coffee is bad for you ______ ______ _______

 

Exercise 7. Listen and complete the sentences from the conversation with the words from the box, some of them are extra given[T. 25.2]

aria audience director drum silk kit lines melody mikes oil painting script sketch violins

 

1 lt isn't a ____________, it's an ________________

2 I'm going to have a word with the_____________________

3 And I sing my_____________________

4 I just love this__________________

 

Exercise 8. Your academy magazine is running a competition. You are invited to describe a visit to an art exhibition you really enjoyed. The winning entry will be published in the next issue and author will be given a prize.

 

You may include following points:

Where you went

Who you went with

What happened during the visit

Why you liked it so much

 

 

Check yourself

1. Choose the right variant.

Life was hard for my grandfathers family, but they managed to ____ by.

a) speak

b) write

c)get

d) like

2 Choose the right variant.

We must buy tickets for the concert as soon as possible, because they will _____ out very quickly.

a)sell

b) sold

c) did

d) disappear

3 Choose the right variant.

Please ____ off the TV and concentrate on your homework.

a) down

b) switch

c) play

d) gone

4 Choose the right variant.

Lets stay here. I dont want to ______ into my boss!

a) meet

b) bump

c) like

d) jump

Glossary

English Russian Kazakh
burial mounds[ˈbɛrɪəlmaund] , қ
spectacular[spɛkˈtækjulər] ө
to erect[tu ɪˈrɛkt] , , құ
evidence[ˈɛvɪdns] , ө,қ
schedule [ˈʃedjuːl] , , ,
ditch[dɪtʃ] қ
heritage[ˈhɛrɪtɪdʒ] ұ
surroundings [səˈraundɪŋz] өң
radiocarbon [reɪdɪəʊˈkɑːbən] ө
sketch [skɛtʃ] ,

 

Office hours 13   Make up a topic The person who inspires me more and retell it
     
LIW 37   Write a power of attorney using a model.(p. 181)

References

Main:

1.Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig New English File. Intermediate Students Book. Oxford, 2010.

2.Clive Oxenden and Christina Latham-Koenig New English File. Intermediate Workbook. Oxford, 2010.

Additional:

3. Michael Harris, David Mower and Anna Sikorzynska. New Opportunities Intermediate Students Book. 2006.

4.Solutions Intermediate students book, Oxford 2010

5.Solutions Intermediatework book, Oxford 2010

 

 

HAND OUT 26 (86)
Discipline: English as a foreign language Credits-2
Intermediatelevel Practical lesson
Lexical theme: Habits.  
Grammar: Future in the Past.  
Teacher: assistant professor Gaiipova Gulipa Abdraimovna

GRAMMAR COMMENT

Like Simple Future, Future in the Past has two different forms in English: would and was going to. Although the two forms can sometimes be used interchangeably, they often express two different meanings. USE -Future in the Past is used to express the idea that in the past you thought something would happen in the future. It does not matter if you are correct or not. Future in the Past follows the same basic rules as the Simple Future. Would is used to volunteer or promise, and was going to is used to plan. Moreover, both forms can be used to make predictions about the future.
FORMS Examples:  
Would [would + VERB] I knew you would help him. I knew you would not help him. I knew Julie would make dinner. voluntary action He promised he would send a postcard from Egypt. promise
Was/Were Going To [was/were + going to + VERB] I knew you were going to go to the party. I knew you were not going to go to the party. Jane said Sam was going to bring his sister with him, but he came alone. plan I had a feeling that the vacation was going to be a disaster. prediction




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