Розмовні кліше для розвитку зв'язного мовлення

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05.09.2021

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Навчати розмовним кліше необхідно для розвитку зв'язного мовлення, деталізації, протиставлення, уточнення, контрасту та висновку. Такий урок допоможе систематизувати лінкери та у подальшому застосувати їх у форматі ЗНО Writing.
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УРОК РОЗВИТКУ ЗВ’ЯЗНОГО МОВЛЕННЯ ТЕМА: Розмовні кліше як основа етикету спілкування. Conversational formulas: expressing and responding to opinions...
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УРОК РОЗВИТКУ ЗВ’ЯЗНОГО МОВЛЕННЯ ТЕМА: Розмовні кліше як основа етикету спілкування. Conversational formulas: expressing and responding to opinions МЕТА: - Узагальнити та класифікувати розмовні кліше        Визначити синонімічні ряди та антонімічні пари       Акцентувати тонкощі етикету у спілкуванні We must learn to react to conversational situations correspondingly following etiquette rules. HOW? - using : beginning phrases, linking words, adverbs, joining conjunctions THE WORST WAY YOU CAN REACT TO WHAT IS BEING SAID IS TO REMAIN INDIFFERENT! By Dale Carnegie.

ХІД УРОКУ 1.CONNECTING IDEAS you can say: Let me start with telling you about… I can not help mentioning…; it is worth mentioning… Taking…into cons...
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ХІД УРОКУ 1.CONNECTING IDEAS you can say: Let me start with telling you about… I can not help mentioning…; it is worth mentioning… Taking…into consideration… To begin with I must say… Firstly=first of all; secondly= second of all According to…(the quotation) To my mind =on my opinion There is an opinion The point is… However; although; though; hence There is more to the subject They claim… As one saying goes… It goes without saying… No doubt= undoubtedly It is commonly believed that… It seems to be … Fortunately ; unfortunately If so… At least… In conclusion I must say=To make a conclusion I should say On one hand ; on the other hand Nowadays Subsequently Consequently Furthermore On average..= approximately It takes… Thanks to… Apart from this…; besides In spite of = despite In short= to cut a long story short Another key issue is… Still=nevertheless As a result, finally; thus It goes without saying… I can surely say… 2. SORT THESE CONVERSATIONAL UNITS according to their role in the sentence: Time/ Condition Rea time/ Condition Resalts Contrast Details when until because since so but although still

3. MATCH THE OPPOSITES: 1. to start a. finally 2. obviously b. approximately 3. luckily c. consequently 4. at the beginning d. doubtfully 5. for su...
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3. MATCH THE OPPOSITES: 1. to start a. finally 2. obviously b. approximately 3. luckily c. consequently 4. at the beginning d. doubtfully 5. for sure e. unfortunately 6. subsequently f. to conclude ANSWERS: 1f; 2d; 3e; 4a; 5b; 6c. 4. RESPOND by finishing suggested beginnings in a way that seems appropriate: 1. A Have you heard that Jane is thinking of getting married to that chap Paul? B Quite honestly,… 2. A I wonder if they’ll have a church wedding or go to a registry office? B Presumably,… 3. A He’s been married three times before. Did you know that? B Actually,… 4. A I think she’s too young, too immature for marriage. B I really don’t think so. After all,… 5. A I wonder why they want to get married? B Obviously,… 6. A I’d like to congratulate them, but I don’t know when I’ll see them again. B As a matter of fact,… NOTE! The position of adverbs matters ! The position of an adverb can change the meaning of a sentence. Example Naturally, she played with the children. (Of course she did.) She played with the children naturally. (in a natural way) Practice Place the adverb in brackets in at least two positions in the following sentences and explain the difference in meaning. 1. I’m sure he’s clever. (quite) 2. I can’t answer that question. (frankly) 3. They knew he was able to play chess. (well) 4.He told her what he thought of her. (actually) 5. I love you more than Peter. (still) 6.George likes French cooking. (even)

NOTE! The position of adverbs matters ! The position of an adverb can change the meaning of a sentence. Example Naturally, she played with the chil...
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NOTE! The position of adverbs matters ! The position of an adverb can change the meaning of a sentence. Example Naturally, she played with the children. (Of course she did.) She played with the children naturally. (in a natural way) 5. INFORMATION GAP: complete the sentences in the letter with best option from the list ANSWERS: 1. even 9. of course 2. unfortunately 10. but 3. at least 11. either 4. also 12. enough pretty 5. so 13. because of 6. although 14. actually 7. but 15. anyway 8. as well Practice Place the adverb in brackets in at least two positions in the following sentences and explain the difference in meaning. 1. I’m sure he’s clever. (quite) 2. I can’t answer that question. (frankly) 3. They knew he was able to play chess. (well) 4.He told her what he thought of her. (actually) 5. I love you more than Peter. (still) 6.George likes French cooking. (even)

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