Manuela Florentina STĂICUŢ Ozana Alexandra STRĂUŢ

LIMBA ENGLEZĂ PENTRU AFACERI

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(10) 973-687-465-6 (13) 978-973-687-465-9

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UNIVERSITATEA TIBISCUS TIMIŞOARA
Facultatea de Ştiinţe Economice

Prep. fil. Manuela Florentina STĂICUŢ Fil. Ozana Alexandra STRĂUŢ

LIMBA ENGLEZĂ PENTRU AFACERI
Note de curs pentru uzul studenţilor de la ÎFR

Timişoara 2006

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.........................42 TEMA 9 – DESCRIEREA UNEI PERSOANE (UNIT 9 ..................24 TEMA 5 – FAMILIA (UNIT 5 ............ Reading & speaking..........................................2......32 6...........13 Teste de evaluare....................................................................1................................................. Basic vocabulary.............................26 5............................................45 9..........................39 8...........................................15 3...............................................................................2.........17 Teste de evaluare...........39 8..............................................................................1.........GREETINGS) ..........DESCRIBING PEOPLE) ................................ Grammar reference .................22 4............................................................................................................................................................................................................11 2............49 10.....................................................30 TEMA 6 – TIMPUL – EXPRIMAREA OREI (UNIT 6 .............................................................. Basic vocabulary........................................40 8......................................................2...1...........................................................................................21 4..........................................CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES)..................................................................1................27 5........................................................................................................9 Teste de evaluare........................................ Grammar reference ............................................................16 3................THE FAMILY) ............................................CUPRINS TEMA 1 – FORMULE DE SALUT (UNIT 1 .................3.......13 TEMA 3 – HOBBYURI (UNIT 3 – HOBBIES) .........51 5 ....................................................................................... Reading & speaking.....1..............................31 6.................................19 TEMA 4 – CĂLĂTORII (UNIT 4 – TRAVELLING)..................26 5. Basic vocabulary......28 Teste de evaluare......................................................................3......................3..................................................................................................................................................................... Grammar reference .44 9............ Reading & speaking........ Reading & speaking......................3.............. Reading & speaking.............................. Grammar reference ...............3..7 1.2.................................TELLING THE TIME).................................................................................................................................................. Basic vocabulary..... Grammar reference ...........................3........................................................................... Grammar reference ....................................................................................2.....33 Teste de evaluare......................................................2.............................................. Basic vocabulary...................41 teste de evaluare .2........................1..............8 1............21 4.47 TEMA 10 – EDUCAŢIE ŞI ÎNVĂŢĂMÂNT (UNIT 10 – EDUCATION) .............FOODS & BEVERAGES) .........................................................................7 1..........................1..................................................................... Basic vocabulary.......................................................................................................................34 TEMA 7 – LA CUMPĂRĂTURI (UNIT 7 – SHOPPING)........................35 7...............................................49 10................................................ Grammar reference ...23 Teste de evaluare...............2...................12 2...............................2.......................................................................................................... Grammar reference ...................35 7............................................50 10...........................3....................31 6................................ Grammar reference .37 Teste de evaluare.... Reading & speaking.....................................................46 Teste de evaluare............ Reading & speaking....3..........................................................................................38 TEMA 8 – ÎMBRĂCĂMINTE ŞI ACCESORII (UNIT 8 ....................................................1.......................................................2.......................................................................... Basic vocabulary........................... Grammar reference .................15 3......................................................................................11 2..........3............ Reading & speaking..... Reading & speaking.......................................................................................................................................... Basic vocabulary..................................................................................................... Basic vocabulary................................. Reading & speaking.......................1...................1................................................................................................................................................3.............................. Basic vocabulary........36 7..........................................................................9 TEMA 2 – MÂNCĂRURI ŞI BĂUTURI (UNIT 2 .44 9......................................................................................................

... Reading & speaking............................................ Grammar reference ........................................59 12................................................................................. Grammar reference ................NARATTING)71 15............. Reading & speaking..... Grammar reference .....3.......................................80 17.................................Reading & speaking.....................REVISION)...........................................................................3.........1................................................................. Grammar reference .............................................................................................................................................................66 TEMA 14 – CASA & MOBILA (UNIT 14 ............... Reading & speaking................................................ Basic vocabulary.......................................................78 Teste de evaluare.....82 Teste de evaluare............................................................................70 TEMA 15 – RELATAREA UNOR ACŢIUNI TRECUTE(UNIT 15 ................................................................................................63 13...........................MAKING APPOINTMENTS)...........................................................................52 TEMA 11................................89 19..............................105 6 ..3....................63 13......................................................................................................GOING OUT)........................................................ Reading & speaking......................................85 18...................................................................................................................................... Grammar reference .................................................................................... Reading & speaking................ Basic vocabulary.........82 TEMA 18 – ÎNTÂLNIRI DE AFACERI (UNIT 18 ..................86 TEMA 19 – SĂRBĂTORI (UNIT 19 – CELEBRATING) .............................................. Basic vocabulary.............................................................. Grammar reference ........3.......................2...............................................61 Teste de evaluare..............60 12......................................................80 17........................81 17.......76 16......................................................3.....69 Teste de evaluare..........................................................58 TEMA 12 – ÎN ORAŞ (UNIT 12 .......................67 14............................3......3............ Reading & speaking...........................2...........................74 TEMA 16 – PREZENTAREA UNUI PARTENER DE AFACERI (UNIT 16 BUSINESS INTRODUCTIONS) ...2............68 14.........1.....................................................1...59 12........MAKING PLANS) .........................................................................91 TEMA 20 – RECAPITULARE (UNIT 20 ........54 11.........................................................................................................................................................88 19........................................................................................................1.......................BUSINESS MEETINGS)........................................................85 Teste de evaluare.........84 18........... Grammar reference ............................................PROFESII (UNIT 11 – PROFESSIONS)............................................................. Reading & speaking........................................................................................................................................................................... Basic vocabulary....................84 18...............1. Basic vocabulary..57 Teste de evaluare.....................................2.........................................2.........................90 Teste de evaluare.................................3...............................................................................................................1.....1.......77 16..................................54 11......................................................................................2..............73 Teste de evaluare.........65 Teste de evaluare...1..........HOUSE & FURNITURE) ...........................88 19..............................................................................................................................93 BIBLIOGRAFIE...........72 15............................ Grammar reference ........................................................................................................62 TEMA 13 – PETRECEREA TIMPULUI LIBER (UNIT 13 ........................... Basic vocabulary......Teste de evaluare.........................55 11...........................................2.....................................................................................................64 13..................................................................................................................................... Basic vocabulary................................. Basic vocabulary...........................1......2............ Basic vocabulary.................... Reading & speaking..................................................2..........3.......................71 15...................................78 TEMA 17 – STABILIREA UNEI ÎNTÂLNIRI DE AFACERI (UNIT 17 ............................................... Grammar reference ................................................................76 16.............................................................68 14..........................................................................................................

Pleased to meet you. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Paul is an American student from New York. And you? What are you studying? Marissa: Medicine. What do you do? Paul: I’m twenty-four years old. I am still a student. precum şi alte cuvinte si expresii folosite în engleza conversaţională curentă.1. I see. ocupaţie şi loc natal. actually. Marissa: What are you studying? Paul: Economics. How do you do? Marissa: How do you do? I’m Marissa. Mark’s neighbour from across the door.prezentul verbului “to be” şi utilizarea acestuia în context. are you here on holiday? Paul: Well.3. . It is Thursday and Mark is giving a party for Paul’s arrival. 1. his best friend from childhood whom he hasn’t seen for several years. I’m twenty-two years old. here I am. REZUMAT În cadrul acestui lecţii sunt prezentate cele mai uzuale formule de salut şi de prezentare.2.1. yes.TEMA 1 – FORMULE DE SALUT UNIT 1 . Paul? 7 . Marissa: Oh. Basic Vocabulary 1. He is in London now. Paul: Hello! My name is Paul. Mark wrote me a letter two weeks ago and he thought it would be a great idea to spend my summer holiday at his house. He’s staying at Mark’s house. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE Introducerea şi însuşirea următoarelor structuri lexicale: . Tell me Paul. this is my first time here. Reading & Speaking 1. lecţia mai cuprinde şi formele de prezent ale verbului “to be”. Where are you from.GREETINGS ~ An interesting encounter ~ to be + introductions CONŢINUT 1. he is just starting a conversation with Marissa.informaţii personale legate de vârstă. You know. Marissa: How nice! Do you like London? Paul: I do. So. .principalele formule de salut şi de prezentare.

Paul: Leaving so soon? Marissa: Yes. Does he live in New York? 8. See you soon! Paul: Good night. How old is Paul? Is he a student? 4. BASIC VOCABULARY Greetings and introductions Hello/Hi – Bună/Salut How do you do? – Bună ziua/Vă salut/Îmi pare bine de cunoştinţă (se foloseşte doar când întâlnim pe cineva pentru prima oară) Good morning – Bună dimineaţa (se spune în primele ore ale dimineţii) Good afternoon – Bună ziua (se spune după ora 12) Good evening – Bună seara (se spune după ora 6) Good night – Noapte bună (se spune doar la plecare seara târziu sau când vrem să mergem la culcare) Good bye/So long – La revedere See you (soon)/later/around – La revedere/Pe curând See you tomorrow – Pe mâine This is…. it’s so late! I’m afraid I have to go now. Marissa! See you around! ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. Marissa: Yes. I have to get up early in the morning.Paul: I’m from Chicago but I’ve established myself in New York. Who is Paul? 2. I hope we’ll spend some time together one day. Paul. Where is Angela from? 9. Why does Angela have to leave so soon? 1. I’m not. Does she live in Birmingham? 10. However. Where is Paul from? 7. – Acesta/Aceasta este….2. I come from Leeds but I moved here last year and I have to say I love it and…(looking at her watch)…Oh. Paul: Oh. Good night. that would be great. even if it was for such a short time. Marissa? Are you from London? Marissa: No. all right then. I enjoyed talking to you. How about you. Where is he now? 3. How old is she? What does she do? 6. it was a pleasure meeting you. Who is Angela? 5. (se foloseşte când prezentăm pe cineva) Glad/Pleased/Nice to meet you – Mă bucur să vă cunosc/Încântat de cunoştinţă 8 .

Jessica. Her name…. 9 . it We. My husband. Anne and Christian……. it We.. Complete the following text: Hello…………Jane Portman and I’m a doctor.. I….an architect.married. I……a daughter. they Negative am not (’m not) is not (isn’t) are not (aren’t) from England Where am is are from? I He. you.1.you from? I……. you. Jack….35 years old. It……such a big house but we like it. she..at home. Are you from England? Yes.…… Is she from Italy? No. she. We all……. 2. He……an engineer. She……ten years old. I…. They……. they from England TESTE DE EVALUARE 1 Fill in the blanks with the right forms of the verb “to be”: Example: My name…is…John. she. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) Where…….from Spain..…….…….3.in a beautiful house in London. England. it We.from Brazil. GRAMMAR REFERENCE Verb “to be” – Indicative Present Form I He. What……her name? You……. they Affirmative am (I’m) is (He’s/she’s/it’s) are (We’re/you’re/they’re) Interrogative I He. you.? She……twenty years old.from France.

Pe sora mea o cheamă Mary iar fratele meu se numeşte Sam. Try to give as much personal information as you can. Practice Now talk about you. You are’nt from Japan. Nu sunt căsătorită. You are so beautiful. They is coming to see you. Sam este medic. I am happy to see you. Sunt profesoară de istorie. (correct) Her name are Laura (incorrect) a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) We are not from England.3 Say whether the following sentences are correct or not: Example: My name is Laura. 5. Nu este un apartament foarte spaţios dar este destul de confortabil. Introduce yourself to the others. Translate into English: Bună. Am o soră şi un frate. It is a nice house. El are 35 de ani. Sora mea este încă studentă. It isn’t raining. 4. 10 . Mă numesc Diane Stevenson şi am 25 de ani. Locuiesc într-un apartament în Los Angeles. Where are you not from? I have twenty years old. Ea are doar 20 de ani. She is from France.

Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE Însuşirea vocabularului englezesc legat de : . Reading & Speaking 2. Basic Vocabulary 2. In the evening.3. Paul decides to call Marissa and ask her out to dinner at a fancy restaurant. please.1. Waiter: Paul: Marissa: Waiter: Paul: Waiter: Good evening Sir. can we have the menu please? Waiter: Certainly. I do. 2. în acest context. Madam! Good evening! Good evening! Do you have a reservation.TEMA 2 – MÂNCĂRURI ŞI BĂUTURI UNIT 2.utilizarea expresiilor specifice legate de luarea unei mese la restaurant şi purtarea unei astfel de conversaţii . Paul makes a phone call and books a table for two for eight o’clock. precum şi folosirea corectă a expresiilor cu ajutorul cărora se exprimă cantitatea. They talk over the telephone and decide to go to the Royal Inn. All right then. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Still thinking about last night’s party and all the fun they had. Follow me.folosirea gramatical corectă a expresiilor cantitative REZUMAT Această lecţie conţine un dialog legat de luarea unei mese la restaurant.mâncăruri şi băuturi .2. Here you are! … Waiter: Do you wish to order now? Marissa: Do you have any seafood today? 11 .1. Sir? Yes. în care apar structuri şi noţiuni referitoare la mâncăruri şi băuturi în general.FOODS & BEVERAGES ~ At the restaurant ~ expressions of quantity + socializing CONŢINUT 2. … Paul: Waiter. he picks Marissa up and they arrive at the restaurant. Sir. It’s a table for two right next to the window.

What does the waiter answer? 5. What do they drink afterwards? 7. Sir? What do you recommend? I’d recommend a dry Riesling. Sir? I’ll have the same. Where does Paul take Marissa out to dinner? 2. We’ll have one bottle. Have you decided on the wine. please. the bill please! ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. … Waiter.Waiter: Marissa: Waiter: Marissa: Waiter: Paul: Waiter: Paul: Waiter: Paul: Waiter: Marissa: Waiter: Marissa: Paul: No. we do Madam. BASIC VOCABULARY food = hrană. we have spaghetti. All right then! We’ll have the tiramisu with a coffee to follow. What do they finally decide upon? 6. Do they have dessert? 8. What is Marissa’s first choice? 4. Great! I’ll have the spaghetti carbonara. Do they have a reservation? 3. How about some pasta? Yes. What do they have after dessert? 2. I’m afraid we don’t have any seafood at the moment. mâncare health food = alimentaţie sănătoasă junk food = alimentaţie nesănătoasă convenience food = semipreparate low-cal food = mâncare cu conţinut redus de calorii pasta = paste seafood = fructe de mare coffee = cafea black/green tea = ceai negru/verde still mineral water = apă plată sparkling water = apă minerală acidulată red/white wine = vin roşu/alb the wine list = meniul pentru vinuri menu = meniu to book/ to reserve a table = a rezerva o masă reservation = rezervare to order = a comanda bill = nota de plată tip = bacşiş 12 .2. Do you care for some dessert? Do you have any tiramisu? Yes. How about you.

GRAMMAR REFERENCE Expressions of quantity Some/any Some is generally used in positive sentences. butter. tea …. much with uncountable nouns and many with countable nouns. vegetables: tomato. Examples: Have you got any tomatoes? There is some milk. Examples: There are a few biscuits on the table. TESTE DE EVALUARE 1 Divide into groups.Socializing to socialize = a socializa to go out = a ieşi (în oraş) to go on a date = a merge la o întâlnire to go out with friends = a ieşi cu prietenii 2. cabbage … 13 . A little is used with uncountable nouns. A few/a little A few is used with countable nouns. meat …. beverages: coffee. Much/many/a lot of Much and many are generally used in questions and negatives. with countable and uncountable nouns. fruit: cherries. but there isn’t any cheese.3. There’s a little whisky left. Examples: He’s got a lot of pepper. There are a lot of carrots in the basket. Use your dictionaries to complete the following lists: food: bread. Any is used in questions and negatives. A lot of is used in positive sentences. Examples: How much salt have you got? There aren’t many potatoes on the plate. strawberries ….

5. Nu sunt mulţi struguri şi nu este mult ulei. There are ______ onions in the basket. We don’t need ______eggs. or a lot of into each gap: a. b. Is there ______milk in the fridge? 3.2 Put some or any into each gap: a. Avem nişte ouă. e. d. Imagine and write down your dialogue with the waiter. many. Have you got ______ salt or pepper? b. We don’t need ______ butter. e. Have you got ______ sugar in the bag? b. Are there______ olives in your salad? 4. Put much. c. c. Practice You are in a restaurant and you want to have lunch. dar nu avem deloc unt. Este puţin unt şi multă făină. There are ______ eggs on the table. 14 . There is ______ coffee in the coffee-pot. c. Sunt câteva lămâi şi multe portocale. Translate into English: a. d. I want ______ flour because I want to bake a cake. d.

2. I attend classes.TEMA 3 – HOBBYURI UNIT 3 – HOBBIES ~ What is your favourite pastime? ~ present simple + likes and dislikes CONŢINUT 3. Reading & Speaking 3. and sometimes I listen to music or go out with my friends. o anumită activitate. Paul: Tell me Marissa. a hobby-urilor personale şi exprimarea preferinţelor legate de petrecerea timpului liber. you do so many things in just a single day! I’m impressed! 15 . Paul: Wow.descrierea programului zilnic . Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE Îmbogăţirea vocabularului de bază cu noţiuni şi expresii legate de: . I shower. eat breakfast and get ready for school until about 8 o’clock. do you have a busy daily schedule? Marissa: Well. I usually wake up at 7 o’clock during weekdays.utilizarea prezentului simplu în limba engleză şi formarea deprinderilor legate de folosirea acestuia în vorbire. Basic Vocabulary 3. I always eat my lunch in the park.1. În continuare. I do some shopping if I have to or I do some cleaning in the house. and in the evening I either study. watch television. They have just finished eating and now they are chatting over a glass of wine.1. at 4 o’clock I come back home. 3. REZUMAT Conţinutul acestei lecţii cuprinde vocabularul de bază folosit la: prezentarea programului zilnic. At 9 I hurry to catch the bus. read. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Paul and Marissa are having dinner at a restaurant in the centre of town.exprimarea activităţilor preferate din timpul liber . s-a insistat asupra acelor forme gramaticale legate de folosirea prezentului simplu. at 6 I usually have dinner.3. Majoritatea verbelor şi expresiilor din cadrul acestei lecţii sunt folosite pentru a indica cât de mult îi place sau displace unei persoane. it depends.

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. And what do you do in your spare time? Tell me some of your hobbies. Do they both enjoy travelling? 3. What time does she get up in the morning? 3. Marissa: Oh. I enjoy dancing and jogging whenever I have the time.a face plimbări. going for walks in the park or reading a good novel before I go to sleep. What else? I also like travelling a lot but I can’t say I’m a great fan of horror movies and I definitely hate cold weather. I am very keen on taking photos. I like watching television. it’s already 9 o’clock! I guess time flies when you are having such a good time. playing tennis in the summer or going to the gym when I have some free time. Let’s stay some more.2. I would travel all over the world. What are some of Marissa’s hobbies and favourite spare time activities? 7. How about you? What is your favourite pastime? Paul: I like many things. Does Marissa have a busy daily schedule? 2. Does he like playing football? 9. BASIC VOCABULARY daily schedule – programul zilnic weekdays – zilele din timpul săptămânii spare/free time – timpul liber leisure/pastime activities – activităţile pentru petrecerea timpul liber likes and dislikes – preferinţe şi nonpreferinţe Hobbies and spare time activities listening to music – a asculta muzică going for walks/walking . Paul: I see. What time does she come back home? 4. Still. but I must admit that I just love travelling. Does Marissa wake up early at the weekends? 6. It gives me the chance to stay healthy. I want to see new places and meet interesting people. I never wake up before 9 at the weekend. What does Paul like to do in his free time? 8. Don’t you agree? Paul: Of course I do.Marissa: What can I say. I think it’s very interesting and I really enjoy that. Marissa: I love listening to music because it’s very relaxing. This is my favourite hobby. a se plimba 16 . I am mad about going to parties or to the cinema with my friends. I am a very active person and I can’t stand just sitting down and doing absolutely nothing. things you like or dislike. What are some of the activities that she does in the evening? 5. If I had a lot of money. I think it’s so exciting. Does Paul enjoy taking photographs? 10.

to dislike. to like. to love.a dansa jogging – a face jogging.plăcut Expressing likes and dislikes: to be keen on. don’t mind. to be very fond of. costisitor boring (for others) – plictisitor dangerous – periculos. to hate.30 gets up Interrogative I You We They He She It do When does get up? 17 . a merge la sala de sport taking photographs – a face fotografii. to be mad about. to be a great fan of. captivant relaxing . to enjoy. a alerga travelling – a călători watching television – a se uita la televizor playing tennis – a juca tenis going to the gym – a face sport. a fotografia painting . to adore.relaxant healthy – sănătos funny – amuzant cheap – ieftin expensive – scump.3.reading – a citi party/cinema (going to) – a merge la petreceri sau la cinematograf dancing . can’t stand. GRAMMAR REFERENCE The Present Simple Tense Form Affirmative I You We They He She It get up at 7.a găti Characterizing hobbies interesting – interesant exciting – palpitant. 3.a picta fishing – a pescui swimming – a înota cooking . riscant enjoyable .

4. habitual or permanent actions: Examples: I go to school every morning. its form for the third person singular changes into does. 2. Note: Such actions are usually accompanied by the following adverbs: always. rarely. to express a future action: Examples: Give me a call when you arrive. to denote repeated. two times a month.00 P. John usually drives to work She lives in Spain. in which case adds an –s. once a week.30. seldom. We use the auxiliary DO in order to form the interrogative and the negative form. Paris is in France. 18 . every month. except for the third person singular. Use 1. sometimes. in exclamatory sentences introduced by here or there: Examples: Here she comes! There they go! 5. to indicate actions which are officially planned in the future: Examples: The train leaves tomorrow at 6. usually.Negative I You We They He She It do not (don’t) get up at 7. every year. every day. He will be very angry if she doesn’t explain the situation.M. The plane lands on Tuesday at 10. The Danube flows into the Black Sea. never. 3. every week. to express general truths or facts: Examples: The sun sets in the West. Windows are made of glass.30 does not (doesn’t) Explanation The Present Simple Tense has the same form as the short infinitive.

but he doesn’t like winter. We go_ to the theatre every week. 6. 9. Translate into Romanian: 1. 3. 4. We live in Italy. 8. Câte limbi străine vorbeşti? 3. Fill in the blanks with – ‘s’ or – ‘es’ whenever it is necessary: 1. I usually drink a glass of orange juice at breakfast. 5. 2. 5. 4. Verişoara mea cântă la chitară. Paul ascultă muzică pop. I write poems. De obicei.00. 5. 3. Mama lui bea o ceaşcă de cafea în fiecare dimineaţă. The children run in the park very often. Translate into English: 1.TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. He usually drink_ coffee before breakfast. Jack speaks German. 3. Ea iubeşte vara. Iată-i că vin! 9. She love_ chocolate. 10. 9. 2. She watch_ T. 2. You don’t start work_ at 8.V in the evening. 4. Mr. 2. 4. They go_ to school every day. Mother often eats fish. He doesn’t like_ fruits. 10. mă duc la şcoală pe jos. She always go_ to see her mother on Sundays. Mary goes to the cinema every week. 6. My children usually play in the garden. Îţi place să mergi la cinematograf? 6. 7. I laugh easily. 7. We read stories before we go to bed. They always talk too much. 5. I go_ to the cinema once a week. 2. 6. 4. 8. 7. 10. You visit us every year. Jennifer never dress_ in grey. 19 . Turn the following sentences into negatives: 1. Do you wash your teeth every morning? Jane lives in a new flat. Ei fac plimbări în parc de două ori pe săptămână. He drinks a cup of tea. Jones likes autumn. El nu locuieşte în Bucureşti. 3. 8.

20 . 2. What kind of films do they enjoy? 10. 9. Practice 1. George wakes up at 8 o’clock on weekdays. Describe your favourite hobby. What does he usually do in the evening? 5. Speak about your daily programme. She plays volleyball every Saturday.7. 8.

Spain. ţări şi naţionalităţi.3. It’s a beautiful country.cunoaşterea terminologiei specifice călătoriilor . not as many as you have and not so far away. 21 . Austria.dobândirea capacităţii de a descrie o ţară străină cu specificul ei .TEMA 4 – CĂLĂTORII UNIT 4 – TRAVELLING ~ I’ve never been to India. Japan and Indonesia. although very poor. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE . Paul: So you like exotic places. I do. But I’d really love to travel more. Paul: What do you think about their culture? Marissa: Well. Reading & Speaking 4. cât şi folosirea. Italy. ~ present perfect simple + nationalities CONŢINUT 4. 4.folosirea prezentului perfect simplu REZUMAT Lecţia urmăreşte atât însuşirea vocabularului legat de călătorii. în acest context şi nu numai. although I haven’t seen many countries so far. spiritual people. Greece.2. I really loved their religious atmosphere. For instance. Germany. Marissa: India? Oh! I’ve been there twice. Thailand. their fine silk and their spicy food. China.1. Marissa: The hobby I love most is definitely travelling! Paul: I love to travel too. What countries have you visited? Paul: Well. I really enjoy observing all these different cultures that have nothing in common with the European one.însuşirea numelor de ţări şi naţionalităţi în limba engleză . And the Indians. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Still talking about their hobbies. Switzerland or Hungary. Turkey.1. a prezentului perfect simplu. I’ve only visited European countries like: France. Marissa: Yes. Basic Vocabulary 4. Paul: Where else have you been? Marissa: I’ve been to France. which is Marissa’s greatest passion. are such lovely. Paul and Marissa reach the subject of travelling. I’ve never been to India.

2. 3.Marissa: Perhaps I’ll take you with me on my next trip. 8. 5. Paul: That would be great! ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. BASIC VOCABULARY to travel = a călători trip = excursie journey = călătorie tour = tur tourist = turist hike = drumeţie hiker = drumeţ to go on a hike = a pleca în drumeţie sightseeing = vizită. 4. 7. 6.2. excursie Countries and nationalities: Afghanistan – Afghan Albania – Albanian Algeria – Algerian America – American Angola – Angolan Austria – Austrian Bahamas – Bahamian Bangladesh – Bangladeshi Belgium – Belgian Bermuda – Bermudan Bulgaria – Bulgarian Canada – Canadian Chile – Chilean China – Chinese Congo – Congolese Cuba – Cuban Denmark – Danish Egypt – Egyptian 22 itinerary = itinerar. What is Marissa’s favourite hobby? How many times has she been to India? What does she think about the Indians? What does she love most about their culture? Has Paul travelled anywhere so far? Has he already visited as many exotic places as Marissa? What does he think about travelling? What is Marissa’s suggestion and what does Paul think about it? 4. plimbare. rută guide = ghid (persoana şi cartea) destination = destinaţie resort = staţiune customs = vamă passport = paşaport visa = viză insurance = asigurare luggage = bagaj bag = geantă suitcase = servietă. diplomat England – English Finland – Finnish France – French Germany – German Great Britain – British Greece – Greek Guatemala – Guatemalan Holland – Dutch / Dutchman Hungary – Hungarian India – Indian Iran – Iranian Iraq – Iraqi Israel – Israeli Italy – Italian Jamaica – Jamaican Japan – Japanese Korea – Korean Mexico – Mexican .

she has.’ / ‘No. to express an action in the past (an experience. GRAMMAR REFERENCE Present Perfect Simple Form: have/has + verb + -ed (past participle) Affirmative and negative I We You They He She It ‘ve (have) haven’t ‘s (has) hasn’t been to Greece. I have.’ Use 1. been to Italy. part of someone’s life) Examples: I have learnt a lot from my journeys to Egypt.Monaco – Monegasque New Zealand – New Zealander Norway – Norwegian Palestine – Palestinian Peru – Peruvian Poland – Polish Portugal – Portuguese Romania – Romanian Russia – Russian Somalia – Somali Spain – Spanish Sweden – Swedish Switzerland – Swiss Taiwan – Taiwanese Tibet – Tibetan Turkey – Turkish Vietnam – Vietnamese Zimbabwe – Zimbabwean 4.’ ‘Has she ever been to Romania?’ ‘Yes.3. she hasn’t. I haven’t.’ / ‘No. 23 . They’ve travelled all over the world. Have Has Interrogative I been to the we you United States? they he she been to Spain? it Short answers ‘Have you been to Egypt?’ ‘Yes.

(to hear) f. (to tell) g. Romania e. I’ve had long hair since I finished school. Turkey k. (It isn’t here now. (I haven’t got them now.Note: Ever and never are common with this use: Have you ever been to Portugal? My mother has never travelled by plane. How long ____ you____ Peter? (to know) c. Poland j. Ireland i. I’m angry because someone ________ my bike. Russia h. France d. Hungary f. (to steal) 24 . Iraq - 2. Spain c. How long have you worked as an accountant? Note: For and since are common with this use: Examples: We’ve lived in this town for ten years. Italy g. Complete the following sentences putting the verbs in the brackets at the present perfect tense: a. I ________ the Rolling Stones last year. (to be) d. ____ you ever ____ India? (to see) e. Germany b. We _________ together for over ten years. (to see) b. 3. to express an action or state which began in the past and continues to the present Examples: I’ve known Alice for six years. Write down the nationality corresponding to the indicated country: a. to express a recent past action with a result in the present Note: I’ve lost my glasses. Japan l. Mary’s crying because she ____ just _____ some bad news. (to lose) h.) My passport’s been stolen.) Has your mother brought any potatoes? (Are there any potatoes now?) TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. 2. John’s laughing because someone ____ just ____ him a joke. My parents are furious because I ________ the car keys.

d. ____ the beginning of the term j. Marissa călătoreşte de când era mică. Paul nu a fost niciodată în Japonia. ____ I was ten f. A fost el vreodată în Peru? 5. Put for or since into each gap: a. 25 . ____ half an hour c. c. Practice Write down a short composition (about 10 lines) in which you talk about a country that you’ve never been to. ____ a long time g. ____ two weeks b. You’ve learnt a lot about it at school or on T. ____ a couple of days 4.3. ____ 9. and you would love to go there. ____ 3 March h. ____ August d. ____ ages i. Translate into English: a. b.15 e.V. Noi locuim în Londra de şapte ani.

TEMA 5 - FAMILIA UNIT 5 - THE FAMILY ~ Do you have any brothers or sisters? ~ have/have got + family members
CONŢINUT 5.1. Reading & Speaking 5.2. Basic Vocabulary 5.3. Grammar Reference

OBIECTIVE Însuşirea vocabularului care face referire la: - membrii familiei şi relaţiile dintre aceştia - utilizarea lui “have” şi “have got” REZUMAT Această lecţie cuprinde vocabularul de bază folosit la enumerarea membrilor familiei şi descrierea relaţiilor familiale. S-a pus accent pe situaţiile de utilizare ale formulărilor: “have” şi “have got”, în limba vorbită. 5.1. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Due to the fact that they had such a good time the last time they went out, Marissa has decided to invite Paul for dinner at her place. While eating dessert, Marissa ceases the opportunity to show Paul some photos of her family. Marissa: Did you enjoy dinner, Paul? Paul: Of course I did. Everything was absolutely delicious. Congratulations to the chef! I have to admit you are a great cook. Marissa: How nice of you to say that. Thank you very much!...(while opening the photo album)…Now, let me show you some photos of my family: this is my mother, Sylvia and this is my father, Jack. They still live in Leeds, but I visit them very often. They have got a beautiful house there, with a lovely garden in front, with lots of colourful flowers. Mom loves gardening. Paul: Oh, I see. Do you have any brothers or sisters? Marissa: Yes, I do. I have got a brother. His name is Peter. He is 28 years old. I haven’t got any sisters, though. Paul: Is this Peter in the photo? Marissa: Yes, this is Peter. He’s married. There’s his wife, Eve. She is so pretty, don’t you think? Paul: Yes, I do. And who is this, beside the red car?

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Marissa: Well, this is my aunt Greta, my mother’s sister. And do you see the man in the car? That is my uncle, Nelson. They live just across the street from my parents. Paul: Do they have any children? Marissa: They have got a daughter and a son. Her name is Lily and his name is John. And finally, these are my best friends, Sarah and her cousin, Sam. Paul: Do they live in London? Marissa: Yes, Sarah has got a flat not far away from here, and her cousin lives just three blocks from there. Paul: You have a lovely family, Marissa. These are very beautiful photos, indeed. Marissa: I’m very glad to hear that. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. Who are Sylvia and Jack? 2. Where do Marissa’s parents live? 3. Do they own a house or a flat? 4. Does Marissa have any brothers or sisters? 5. How old is Peter? Whom is he married to? 6. Do Nelson and Greta, Marissa’s uncle and aunt, have children? 7. Do they live in London? 8. Who are Marissa’s best friends? 9. Where does Sarah live? What about Sam? 10. Does Paul like Marissa’s family? 5.2. BASIC VOCABULARY Members of the family: father/mother – tată, mamă brother/sister – frate, soră son/daughter – fiu, fiică grandfather/grandmother – bunic, bunică grandson/grand-daughter – nepot, nepoată (de bunici) uncle/aunt – unchi, mătuşă cousin - verişor, verişoară nephew/niece – nepot,nepoată (de unchi) son-in-law/daughter-in-law – ginere, noră brother-in-law/sister-in-law - cumnat/cumnată father-in-law/mother-in-law – socru, soacră step father/step mother – tată vitreg, mamă vitregă step brother/step sister – frate vitreg, soră vitregă godfather/godmother – naş, naşă godson/god daughter – fin, fină Family relations husband/wife – soţ, soţie parents – părinţi
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grandparents - bunici children – copii grandchildren - nepoţi parents-in-law - socri in-laws - cuscri godparents – naşi spouses – soţi siblings – fraţi 5.3. GRAMMAR REFERENCE Have and have got Form Have
Affirmative I You We They He She It have a house has

Do

Does

Interrogative I You We They have He She It Negative

a house?

I You We They He She It

don’t have doesn’t a house

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I have got a new computer.Let me have a look at your letter! . /She has a toothache. .She has a shower every morning. 29 . .Have got Affirmative I You We They He She It have got has a garden Have Has Interrogative I You We They got He She It Negative a garden? I You We They He She It haven’t got hasn’t a garden Explanation Have and have got mean the same thing when we talk about possession. We often use have got in spoken English. The past of both have and have got is had.00. We often use have got/has got instead of have/has alone: Example: . (= She takes a shower. but the form is very different. Use 1. /I have a new computer.She has got a toothache.I had breakfast at 9. We use have for actions: Example: .as an action) 2.

Practice Speak about your family. a car. Try to name as many members as you can. Make up sentences with some of the words from the vocabulary section. 5. some cigarettes. any money. Excuse me.. What time does Joe………. 3. Complete these sentences with have: 1. please? 2..an umbrella.. 4. a headache? 3. Translate the above sentences into Romanian. 4.TESTE DE EVALUARE 1.. Where’s Jennifer? She…………breakfast. 30 . I don’t………………. Do you………………. 6.dinner? 2. They haven’t…………. 7. …………. He………………….

READING & SPEAKING Situation: Our characters are still at Marissa’s house. I must get to my dance class at a quarter to 5. you make me want to have you around all the time. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE . Reading & Speaking 6. Paul: Well.exprimarea orei în limba engleză .TELLING THE TIME ~ See you tomorrow at noon.2. I know I may lack modesty. after dinner. And in the afternoon. I’ve had a wonderful time. Basic Vocabulary 6.30? Marissa: Unfortunately.K. de a stabili un program folosind expresiile legate de timp. I really must see you again tomorrow. Marissa: I’d love to see you too. and Paul has to go home.1.1. but I don’t know if I can. He thanks her for a wonderful night and tells her that he wants to see her again as soon as possible. Marissa: I hope you enjoyed my dinner. precum şi exprimarea numeralului în limba engleză. let’s give it a try! How about 10 o’clock in the morning? Marissa: That would be impossible. Paul: O. precum şi a fracţiilor şi procentajelor REZUMAT Lecţia cuprinde modalităţi de exprimare a orei în limba engleză.folosirea expresiilor legate de timp . So Marissa walks him out. but I’m afraid I’m busy the whole day.utilizarea corectă a numeralului cardinal şi ordinal. 6. ~ the numeral + time expressions CONŢINUT 6.TEMA 6 – TIMPUL – EXPRIMAREA OREI UNIT 6 . In fact.3. And besides. but I loved it. Paul: Are you kidding? The food was incredibly tasty! And I’ve had a wonderful time too.stabilirea unui program . Paul: Are you sure you can’t find an hour for me in your schedule? Marissa: I would like to. are you available around 4. I’ll be at the university. It’s getting late though. Paul: How about the evening? Are you free then? 31 . I’m not.

= Este ora 5 şi un sfert. When do they decide to meet? 6. = ora 7 seven p. I would love to. Marissa.m. Marissa! See you! ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1.m. I’m visiting my grandmother at the hospital. Is she available in the morning? 7. Does Paul want to see Marissa again? 4. = ante-meridian p. What does Marissa answer? 6.2. Paul: Of course. What does Paul think about Marissa’s food? 3. What is she doing in the evening? 8. BASIC VOCABULARY a quarter to ten = 10 fără un sfert ten minutes to five = 5 fără 10 a quarter past eight = 8 şi un sfert five minutes past nine = 9 şi 5 twelve thirty = 12 şi jumătate Time expressions: What time is it? = Cât e ceasul? It’s a quarter past five.m.m.Marissa: I’ll have to say no again. after three o’clock = după ora 3 at about one o’clock = cam pe la ora 1 before noon = înainte de prânz before midnight = înainte de miezul nopţii nearly five o’clock = aproape ora 5 two hours ago = acum 2 ore soon = curând in half an hour = într-o jumătate de oră in an hour’s time = într-o oră early = devreme late = târziu a. = ora 19 32 . What does he suggest? 5. Paul: It would have been nice…but … if you say you’re so busy… Marissa: Wait! I have an hour at noon! Paul: Really? Now this is great news! Marissa: Could you pick me up? I’ll be at home. = post-meridian seven a. Marissa: All right then! Good night! See you tomorrow at noon! Paul: Good night. Did Paul and Marissa have a good time at dinner? 2.

the fifth – al cincilea. GRAMMAR REFERENCE The numeral The cardinal numeral: 1 .twelve 13 . … Fractions and percentages: a half = o jumătate a quarter = un sfert a third = o treime two thirds = două treimi 10% (ten per cent) = 10 la sută the thirtieth – al treizecilea.six 7 . 22 .sixty 70 .ninety 100 .one 2 .eleven 12 .thirty … 37 .forty … 43 .seven 8 .eighty 90 .three 4 . the eleventh – al unsprezecelea.000 . … the tenth – al zecelea.twenty-two … 30 .forty-three … 50 .ten 11 . the second – al doilea.four 5 .nine 10 . the fiftieth – al cincizecilea … the eighty-seventh – al optzeci şi şaptelea.a hundred and one 112 .3.fourteen 15 .eight 9 .one hundred thousand 1.000.000 .fifteen 16 .eighteen 19 .thirteen 14 .twenty 21 . the fourth – al patrulea.fifty 60 .five 6 .000 .nineteen 20 .6.thirty-seven 40 .000.one million 33 . the third – al treilea.one thousand 100.seventy 80 .seventeen 18 . the fortieth – al patruzecilea.one hundred 101 .two 3 .a hundred and twelve 150 .sixteen 17 .twenty-one The ordinal numeral: the first – primul.a hundred and fifty 1.

45. 68. 497. 14. 34 . We are going to meet tomorrow at 7. Translate into English: 1.Am citit doar două treimi. 933. 15. 7 3. 4. Ai terminat cartea? Nu încă. 2. 2.30. 91. 10% dintr-o mie este 100. 22. 92. 16. 19. 81. 333. 56. 42. 667 2. Write down in words the following numbers: 45. 3. Vreau să dorm o jumătate de oră. 21. Translate into Romanian: 1. 2. 4. 163. 3.TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. 57. 51. 36. 73. 24. Am nevoie de un sfert de oră ca să-mi termin treaba. 49. 68. 4. 83. 71. 84. I was offered a 20% discount because of my loyalty to the company. 79. 23. 795. 13. He wants to be there at about 5 o’clock. Transform into ordinals the following numbers: 3. 17. 5. 240. 98. Maria’s mother told her to come back home before midnight. 39. Practice Write down your schedule for tomorrow.

3.1. I’m looking for a souvenir. “these” şi “those”. . indeed! What do you think of this lovely silver ring right here in the glass case in front of you? Would you like to put it on your finger to see if it fits? Marissa: Well. What would you recommend? Shop assistant: Might I ask who is it for? Marissa: It’s for my best friend. Sarah.exprimarea preţurilor. Shop assistant: Can I help you find something? Marissa: Well. in order to help her choose a nice souvenir for her best friend.fixarea cunoştinţelor legate de folosirea pronumelor/adjectivelor demonstrative. On their way to the restaurant they’ve settled to eat lunch. În privinţa aspectelor gramaticale. “this”. READING & SPEAKING Situation: It is Monday afternoon. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE Însuşirea terminologiei referitoare la: . Marissa sees a gift shop and asks Paul to enter it together.TEMA 7 – LA CUMPĂRĂTURI UNIT 7 – SHOPPING ~ I’m looking for a souvenir…~ this/that/these/those + prices CONŢINUT 7. “that”. May I help you? Marissa: Yes. 35 . Shop assistant: Oh. How much is it? Shop assistant: It’s fourteen pounds seventy. 7. REZUMAT Această lecţie include principalele cuvinte şi expresii utile în cadrul unei conversaţii purtate într-un magazin. Paul and Marissa are in town. Reading & Speaking 7. this is a very special occasion. Shop assistant: Good afternoon. s-au evidenţiat formele şi folosirea pronumelor şi adjectivelor demonstrative. Sarah.1. folosite la efectuarea cumpărăturilor cât şi la exprimarea corectă a preţurilor produselor.2.efectuarea cumpărăturilor . I could use some help. it does look good. She’s going away for a couple of months and we’re planning to give her a surprise farewell party. Basic Vocabulary 7.

I can’t seem to make up my mind! Would you help me. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. Is she content with the present she’s finally bought? 7. sacoşă pentru cumpărături shopping centre/supermarket – supermarket. It costs thirty pounds. thank you. Shop assistant: Good choice. Shop assistant: Might I suggest matching earrings. supermagazin shop/store – magazing gift shop – magazin de cadouri 36 . What about those glass globes in the shop window? Marissa: Oh Paul.2. Is the bracelet cheap? 7. especially if it comes from your part. Can Marissa make up her mind easily? 9. And these earrings beside the bracelet you’ve just showed me? Shop assistant: These are twenty pounds fifty. That’s all for today. Who helps her in the end? 10.tejghea shopping – cumpărături shopping bag/basket – geantă. What does the shop assistant first recommend? 4. please? Paul: Let me look around. Anything else? Marissa: No. Does Marissa want to find a birthday present for Sarah? 3. I am not sure. Who does Marissa want to buy a souvenir for? 2. and perhaps a bracelet or a necklace as well? Marissa: I don’t know what to say… What about that bracelet over there near the counter? How much does it cost? Shop assistant: That’s a little bit more expensive. BASIC VOCABULARY Useful words and expressions customer – client/clientă shop assistant/keeper/sales person – vânzător/vânzătoare (într-un magazin) price – preţ counter . Paul. Are the earrings very expensive? 8. Do they decide to buy it? 6. Marissa: Hmm…. don’t they? Marissa: Yes. either. they do. Paul. what do you think? Do you like it? Paul : Certainly. How much does the silver ring cost? 5. They look magnificent. That’s twelve pounds ninety. I’m sure Sarah will love it. Here you are.Marissa: It’s not so expensive. they are absolutely wonderful! We’ll take one of those.

Pot să vă ajut cu ceva? What can I do for you? – Cu ce vă pot ajuta?/Ce pot face pentru dumneavoastră?/Ce doriţi? Can I help you find something? – Vă pot ajuta să găsiţi un produs anume? I’m looking for … . Those paintings on the wall are not so expensive. amintire present/gift – cadou May/Can I help you?. that. these. That coat over there by the window is black.Aveţi …? Where can I find…? – Unde pot găsi…? How much is it?/How much does it cost? – Cât costă? Anything else? – Altceva? pound – lira sterlină ( a pound = 100 pence: o liră = 100 penny. Those aren’t your parents. costisitor cheap – ieftin souvenir – suvenir. GRAMMAR REFERENCE This. The demonstrative pronoun It usually expresses temporal and spatial relationship between the objects it stand for and the speaker: Examples: This is our car.3. The demonstrative adjective It determines a noun and indicates the place of the noun in time or space: Examples: This ring in my hand looks beautiful.department store – magazin universal expensive/dear – scump. 2. 37 .Caut … Do you have …? . That is your sister. those Form Singular Near reference Distant reference This Plural These That Those Explanation 1. These are her books. These shoes in the window cost twenty pounds. “Pence”= “p”) 7.

woman over there is looking at me. ………….. Imagine you have to buy a birthday present for somebody in your family. are mine! 7. 3.. Put this. those into the gaps: 1. Acelea sunt florile pe care le-am primit ieri de ziua mea. How much are……….. Ale cui sunt caietele acelea de pe masă? 4. Nu ştiu dacă acest bărbat ştie cum să repare maşina noastră. Translate the above sentences into Romanian.boy from across the street..girl is crying! 6. Translate into English: 1. 7. 8. …………trousers in your hand are so dirty! 5. 5.we use that and those to talk about persons and objects that are far from us (that aren’t so near to us).pictures you’re holding. these.. ………book is quite interesting. Mai vreau să mănânc unul. 3. iar acela de lângă uşă este verişorul meu.shoes on that shelf? 4. Cine este bătrânul acela de acolo? 2. 10. 4.. . 9. Practice What would be the perfect present for you? Try to describe it in more than just a few words. Acele scaune din capătul sălii sunt stricate. ………….. Do………people near you have an umbrella to borrow? 10.we use this and these to talk about persons and objects that are near to us. 8. 6. Aceştia nu sunt ochelarii mei! Cred că i-am pierdut. Acesta este fratele meu. 5. 38 . 3.. TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. that. Is…………your sister? Introduce me to her.. I don’t know……. What are………children doing? 2. 2. Prietena mea vrea să viziteze acest muzeu.Note: ... Look!. Make up a dialogue in which you decide what to buy. Aceea este poşeta mea! 9. Aceste mere sunt foarte gustoase.

And you look lovely in red. … Marissa: What do you think? Paul: It doesn’t look bad.1. Basic Vocabulary 8.3. It looks all right. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE .însuşirea vocabularului specific vestimentaţiei şi a celui legat de accesorii . at the mall. It looks great! Could you please bring it to me? Paul: Of course! Here you are! … Marissa: Well …What do you think? Paul: It fits you perfectly.CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES ~ You look lovely in red! ~ the article (definite / indefinite / zero) + colours CONŢINUT 8. READING & SPEAKING Situation: A week has gone by since Paul and Marissa went shopping.TEMA 8 – ÎMBRĂCĂMINTE ŞI ACCESORII UNIT 8 . And it’s very fancy.2.1.reamintirea termenilor care exprimă culorile şi utilizarea lor în context . 39 . but the colour doesn’t really suit you. As she really enjoyed Paul’s company and appreciated his good taste. So here they are now.folosirea gramatical corectă a articolului REZUMAT Această lecţie conţine un dialog care urmăreşte însuşirea vocabularului englezesc legat de îmbrăcăminte şi accesorii. Marissa: Look at that green dress! Isn’t it nice? I think I’ll try it on. I find it very beautiful. reamintirea termenilor care exprimă culorile. Reading & Speaking 8. precum şi folosirea corectă a articolului. Paul: You should do that. 8. Why don’t you try the red one over there? Marissa: You’re right. looking for some nice outfits. Marissa decided to ask him to repeat the experience and go shopping for clothes this time.

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. Paul: O. Does Marissa want anything to go with her dress? 8. … Marissa: Paul! Look at those blue trousers! I think they would look great on you.Marissa: I’m glad you like it. Paul: I’d really love to pay for it if you agree to go out with me dressed in it. I’ll wear it anyway just to please you. BASIC VOCABULARY clothes = haine dress = rochie to wear = a purta to take off = a da jos coat = haină jacket = jachetă suit = costum tuxedo = smoching blouse = bluză pullover = pulover shirt = cămaşă T-shirt = tricou trousers = pantaloni jeans = blugi shorts = pantaloni scurţi skirt = fustă boxers = boxeri panties = chiloţi de damă bikini = bikini bra = sutien swimsuit / bathing suit = costum de baie nightdress = cămaşă de noapte pyjamas = pijamale dressing gown = capot bathrobe = halat de baie socks = şosete shoes = pantofi boots = cizme sandals = sandale slippers = şlapi hat = pălărie cap = şapcă 40 . Does Paul like the green dress? 3. What does she suggest to find that would match the trousers? 8. It’s also very comfortable. And oh! I’d also like to see some accessories to go with my new dress… Perhaps some earrings. a necklace or a bracelet. Marissa: Thank you. I’ll take it. You look very cool! Paul: If you think so. let’s go and find a matching shirt.! Let’s go and check them out.K.2. Does she like the way Paul looks in those trousers? 7. Where does Marissa invite Paul and for what purpose? 2. I’ll take them. Marissa: O. but that isn’t necessary. … Paul: Well? Marissa: They really suit you.K.! And after you pay for them. On what condition does he offer to pay for the red dress? 5. What does Marissa show Paul? 6. What does he think of the red one? 4.

before seas. museums. buton Colours yellow = galben orange = portocaliu red = roşu blue = albastru green = verde violet / mauve / purple = violet zip = fermoar ring = inel earrings = cercei bracelet = brăţară necklace = lănţişor pink = roz white = alb grey = gri black = negru brown = maro 8. GRAMMAR REFERENCE The article The indefinite article We use the indefinite article: 1. with some expressions of quantity: Examples: a pair of boots a couple of hours a hundred three times a week thirty miles an hour a little a few 3. newspapers etc. 2.3.Accessories tie = cravată bow tie = papion scarf = eşarfă gloves = mănuşi belt = curea button = nasture. Examples: the Atlantic the British Museum the Times the Ritz 41 . in exclamations with what + a countable noun Examples: What a lovely day! What a pity! What a beautiful dress! The definite article We use the definite article: 1. rivers. hotels. with professions: Examples: I’m a teacher. He’s an engineer. theatres.

with superlative adjectives Examples: the richest man in the world the youngest of us all The zero article There is no article: 1. Put a. if the determined noun is unique: Examples: the sun the moon the Earth the Queen the Government 3. languages. airports. 2. I love blue T-shirts. an or no article before each noun: ______ trousers ______ dress ______ earring ______ belt ______ shoes ______ dressing gown 42 . before some places and with some means of transport Examples: at home in / to bed at / to school at / to work by bus / plane / car / train on foot 4. in exclamations with what + an uncountable noun Examples: What lovely weather! What loud music! TESTE DE EVALUARE: 1. I bought Cosmopolitan at Paddington Station. before countries. stations and mountains Examples: I had breakfast in Glasgow. Cigarettes are not good for you. magazines. meals. 3.2. before plural and uncountable nouns when we talk about things in general Examples: I like skirts. streets. towns.

______ skirt looks a lot better. What ______ nice day. It’s not so cold outside. Translate into English: 1. Ea are o cămaşă de noapte portocalie. What ______ lovely music! 4. Forget about the dress. She hates ______ gloves. 3. Imagine and write down your dialogue with the shop assistant. I love ______ necklaces. 3. Practice You are out shopping. El poartă pijamale albastre. What ______ bad weather! 6. Paul doreşte o cravată gri. două fuste verzi. 5. 5. 3. What ______ mess! 5. Ce pălărie frumoasă! 3. 2. 5. 4. 6.2. You want to complete your wardrobe. 43 . Put the or no article into each gap: 1. 2. 6. I’ll leave ______ coat at ______ home. Aş dori să cumpăr o bluză roşie. care să se asorteze cu costumul negru. 4. You are asking for at least five items. What ______ deep eyes! 4. o curea maro şi o pereche de pantaloni albi. What ______ cool T-shirt! 2. These are ______ cheapest shoes I’ve ever seen. He bought ______ Daily Mirror and ______ Reader’s Digest. Put a or no article into each gap: 1. Am cumpărat o pereche nouă de cizme.

Marissa: I won’t. Paul: I don’t know what to say. On their way to the bus stop. Marissa and Paul. There isn’t enough time and we’re going to miss the 5 o’clock bus if you stay too long. poziţionarea şi clasificarea adjectivului. 9. Paul has the impression he sees Sarah. on the other side of the street. Paul: Right there across the street in front of that big red car.introducerea adjectivului ca parte de vorbire şi folosirea lui corectă în limba vorbită şi scrisă REZUMAT Această lecţie conţine cele mai uzuale cuvinte şi expresii folosite la descrierea unei persoane şi urmăreşte fixarea cunoştintelor referitoare la forma. 44 . and now they are in a hurry to catch the 5 o’clock bus.1.2. I’ll be right back! Paul : Marissa. have just stepped out of a clothing store. Marissa: Do you think I can make a quick stop at the bookshop. that’s what she looks like. There are too many people there.DESCRIBING PEOPLE ~ Look! There’s Sarah! ~ the adjective + opposites CONŢINUT 9.3. wait! Look! There’s Sarah! Marissa: Sarah?! Where? I don’t see her.TEMA 9 – DESCRIEREA UNEI PERSOANE UNIT 9 . but I still can’t spot her.însuşirea cuvintelor şi expresiilor folosite la descrierea unei persoane . Reading & Speaking 9. Paul? I really need to buy a book I have to use at school. Marissa’s best friend whom he has seen in pictures only.1. If my memory serves me right. thin and she has curly dark hair. she’s rather short. Basic Vocabulary 9. Am I right? Marissa: Yeah. Paul: She is right between that tall old man who’s wearing a long black coat and a big strange looking hat and that young woman with a short white jacket and straight blonde hair. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Our two main characters. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE . She also has a little grey purse in her hand.

sunny – înnorat. What does Sarah look like? 6. alb cold. It’s also getting dark. dry and sunny. I see. BASIC VOCABULARY Opposites short. My mistake. about one metre eighty and he’s very handsome. What do they decide to do? 10. drept-întins dark (haired). fat/plump – slab/subţire. Does Sarah have glasses? 7. tall/long – scund/scurt. white – negru. I really thought it was her. cald wet. wet and cloudy. dry – umed. big – mic. 45 . Marissa: It’s already 6 o’clock! We’ve missed the bus! What are we going to do now? Paul: We are going to catch a cab. It’s too cold. tânăr/nou curly. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. straight – creţ. Paul : Oh. gras/rotund. What is the weather like? 9. Whom does Paul think he sees? 4. bun Describing people He is very sociable. uscat cloudy. mare black. good . What are Marissa and Paul doing? 2. însorit bad. Marissa: All right. warm/hot – rece. durduliu old. Sarah isn’t that short and she doesn’t have glasses. He is twenty years old. înalt/lung thin/slender.Marissa: I think I see her now…it looks like she’s waiting for someone but… that’s not Sarah! It’s just someone who looks a lot like her! Paul: Are you sure? Marissa: Of course I’m sure. fair/blonde (haired) – brunet. young/new – bătrân/vechi. Is the girl on the street Sarah? 8.2. Is there enough time for Marissa to buy the book she needs for school? 3. Did Paul and Marissa catch the bus? 9. I love it when it’s warm. he’s quite tall. blond little. I just can’t stand bad weather. Where does Paul see Sarah? 5.rău. ambitious and funny.

Dimension Example: a little doll. Examples: It is a very interesting novel.adjectives are always placed before the noun. they are never situated after the noun. Form 1. adjectives are always invariable. please! Her sister is thin. She has straight blonde hair. green eyes and a lovely smile. Age Example: an old house. He is wearing dark brown trousers and a light green jumper. manlike Note: When we use two or more adjectives together. feminine and neuter form. Example: an orange dress not a dress orange 2. they never add a final –s. Opinion Example: an interesting book. cheap. Classification If we refer to the word-formation.is the speech part which describes and modifies nouns. She is wearing high heels and carrying a little leather purse.3. it is used to give more details or information about the nouns they are associated with. a boring film 2.simple: new. young and pretty. slender and beautiful. dark-coloured . Example: My mother is great. She is wearing a pink skirt and a black shirt. 9. Example: awful not awfuls Position . GRAMMAR REFERENCE The adjective . a thick book 3. place them in the following order: 1.derived: wonderful. She is rather tall. they don't have a singular and plural form or a masculine. Hand me that big brown square box.She has curly black hair and blue eyes. adjectives can be: . clean .composed: downright. a new building 46 . they can also be placed at the end of a sentence if they describe the subject of the sentence.

beautiful.. 10....... a plastic glass.. My mother is friendly and nice.... clean: ... It was an amazing event..... handsome. full: .................. favourite..... 4..... easy:...... thin and she has brown eyes....... Translate into English: 1....... 4...4... interesting: ..... a blue scarf 6....... rested. hungry. early:.. Shape Example: a square box. calm:......... 2... Ieri.. She is tall........ 3....... Last night I met your beautiful sister.... rich: ............. Do you want to buy a new family car? 7......... angry......... happy : .. Material Example: a velvet jacket... a silk dress TESTE DE EVALUARE 1............. difficult....... 2......... a British car 7...... Nu crezi că este un bărbat arătos? Trandafirii roşii sunt florile mele preferate....... Acela este un tablou foarte vechi............ 47 .... Colour Example: some black shoes............... a round ball 5. 6.. 5. am găsit o pisica neagră... 5... Make up sentences with the following words: . 6............. Nu cred că este o problemă prea dificilă.... I wish to take a hot bath..Translate into Romanian: 1....... 3.. friendly. Dinner smells good........ Write the opposite of the following adjectives: large: ..... 2. I want to sit in that old rocking chair... El este un om rău şi periculos....... tired.... Do you think he is an intelligent child? 4.. 9. pretty :.... Origin Example: a French town... This is going to be an interesting journey. 3........ tidy. 8.........

Ce zi frumoasă şi însorită! Mergem să ne plimbăm prin parc? 9. Cine este acel băiat firav şi tăcut? 5. 8.7. Această femeie ţine în mână o cutie mare şi galbenă. Nu suport vremea urîtă şi rece! 10. Practice How would you describe your best friend? Write at least 10 lines. 48 .

Paul misses her. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Months have gone by. 49 . You’ll see. And you? Could be worse I suppose.însuşirea terminologiei englezeşti specifice domeniului educaţiei. . I’m studying.cunoaşterea şi folosirea corespunzătoare a prezentului continuu. But we’ll survive. Paul: Can’t you take a break? Just for a couple of hours.1. I’ll see you on Tuesday. but I’m busy studying. Basic Vocabulary 10. 10. I’m taking my exam at noon and I’ll be free in the evening.3. We can get together then.capacitatea de a folosi termenii din domeniul educaţiei în limbajul curent. Oh! Hi Paul! How are you? Fine. Marissa: No.2. I couldn’t do that! I’ve got a lot to learn and I wouldn’t want to fail my exam. I was thinking of going out tonight. I’m preparing for my anatomy exam on Tuesday. . Paul: Marissa: Paul: Marissa: Paul: Marissa: Hello! Marissa? This is Paul speaking. Paul: Please!!! How about half an hour? Marissa: I’m sorry. He is calling her to ask her out. Reading & Speaking 10. But now Marissa is busy studying and she cannot go out as much as she used to. cunoaşterea şi folosirea gramatical corectă a prezentului continuu.1. She is preparing for her winter exams. ~ present continuous + education terminology CONŢINUT 10.TEMA 10 – EDUCAŢIE ŞI ÎNVĂŢĂMÂNT UNIT 10 – EDUCATION ~ Don’t disturb me. REZUMAT Lecţia are în vedere însuşirea vocabularului englezesc din domeniul educaţiei şi întrebuinţarea acestuia în limbajul curent. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE . Paul and Marissa have spent a lot of time together. Paul: But that means I’d have to wait five more days… And I miss you! Marissa: I miss you too. I’m afraid that’s impossible. thanks.

materie optional subject = materie facultativă compulsory subject = materie obligatorie course = curs exam = examen oral exam = examen oral written exam = examen scris final exam = examen de absolvire to prepare for an exam = a se pregăti pentru un examen to take an exam = a da un examen to pass an exam = a lua un examen to fail an exam = a pica un examen 50 . I’m studying! ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. it seems like there’s no way of getting you out of the house tonight. Paul! I thought we had a deal! Please don’t disturb me. Bye Marissa! And good luck! Thanks Paul! Bye! … Hi Marissa! It’s me again. What does Marissa say when he calls her for the second time? 10.Paul: Marissa: Paul: Marissa: Paul: Marissa: Paul: Marissa: Well. I guess I’ll call you on Tuesday then. When does Marissa tell Paul that they can meet? 6. Why does Paul call Marissa? 2. Does she accept his proposition? 4. Does Paul give up on trying to get Marissa out of the house? 8. BASIC VOCABULARY state school = şcoală de stat private school = şcoală privată nursery school / kindergarten = grădiniţă primary school = şcoala primară secondary school = şcoala secundară high school = liceu college = colegiu higher education = studii superioare university = universitate medical school = facultatea de medicină commercial / business school = facultate cu profil comercial / economic subject = obiect de studiu. O. Paul. How many days are there left until then? 7.K. We have a deal.2. What is she doing? 3. Why doesn’t she? 5. Hi Paul! I called to see if you changed your mind about tonight. Oh.

to cheat in an exam = a copia la un examen credit = credit graduate = subst. GRAMMAR REFERENCE Present continuous Form am is + verb + -ing (present participle) are I Affirmative am studying ‘m He is She ‘s eating It are We You ‘re singing They I He She It We You They Negative am not studying ‘m not is not isn’t eating are not aren’t singing What What Interrogative am I studying? he is she eating? it we you they What are singing? 51 .3.: absolvent vb. a încheia studiile diploma = diplomă he holds a diploma in economics = el este licenţiat în economie to learn = a învăţa to study = a studia textbook = manual homework = temă 10.: a absolvi.

but not necessarily at the moment of speaking Examples: She’s studying Mathematics at the university. What are you doing on Sunday? TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. Transform the sentences from the previous exercise into negatives. I hold a diploma in Architecture.’ / ‘No. Translate into Romanian: 1. 3. to express a future action that is already planned Examples: I’m meeting Jane on Wednesday at 5 o’clock. 5. He failed the exam in business English.Short answers: ‘Are you listening to me?’ ‘Yes.’ ‘Is Marie studying?’ ‘Yes. He (watch) ________ you attentively. I’m reading a great novel by Hermann Hesse. she is. I am. What are you (do) ________ on Friday? 2. We (listen) ________ to music now. They (read) ________ Bernard Shaw this semester. Are you (talk) ________ to me? 2. 3. They can’t go out because they are preparing for tomorrow’s exam. she isn’t. to talk about an action that is happening now Examples: He is walking in the park (now). She’s starting her poetry classes next week. to talk about an action that is happening around now. What optional subjects are you going to follow? 52 . 2. I’m not. 2. 4. 3. 4.’ / ‘No. I’ve made my decision. 6. 3. I’m going to get higher education. Put the verbs in brackets at the present continuous tense: 1. I (go) ________ to the movies.’ Use We use the present continuous: 1.

5. Anatomia este o materie obligatorie la facultatea de medicină. Write at least 10 lines. Tell him how important it is to graduate honestly and underline the fact that he really shouldn’t risk his diploma. Practice John wants to cheat at his final exam. Mike îşi face tema de la pagina 17 din manual (acum). 2. Sylvia a trecut examenul la engleză. 53 . Convince him not to. Translate into English: 1. Câte cursuri aveţi anul acesta? 4.4. 3.

3. Basic Vocabulary 11.1. I’m going to be a pediatrist. I’m going to be a loan officer and maybe a branch manager some day. I could stay in there for hours. After discussing about several things. I’m going to be a doctor. I’m definitely going to be a painter.introducerea şi însuşirea vocabularului referitor la profesii . Jane: And what are you going to do after you graduate? Marissa: I’m going to work in a hospital.PROFESII UNIT 11 – PROFESSIONS ~ I’m going to be a doctor. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE . they reach the subjects of professions and future plans. Reading & Speaking 11. I really enjoy spending time in my studio. painting.TEMA 11. In fact. Jane: And what do you intend do to afterwards? Paul: I intend to work in a multinational bank. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Paul and Marissa are visiting Mark and his girlfriend.2. prin exprimarea planurilor de viitor. ~ going to (future plans) + professions/jobs CONŢINUT 11. Jane: What are you studying? Marissa: Medicine. Marissa? Marissa: Yes. Jane. 54 . Mark: Well. I love working with kids.1. Jane: Are you still a student. 11. Jane: What about you. I am. Paul? What are you studying? Paul: Economics.exprimarea planurilor de viitor cu ajutorul lui “going to” REZUMAT Conţinutul lecţiei are în vedere însuşirea vocabularului de bază din domeniul profesional şi întrebuinţarea în limbajul curent. Jane: And this is what you’ve always wanted to do? Marissa: Of course. I’ve never pictured myself doing something else.

notar computer operator / programmer – operator.Marissa: And you.contabil actor/actress . medic driver – şofer 55 . Where does Paul intend to work? 7. Does Mark enjoy painting? 8. actriţă architect . de stat clerk – funcţionar (comercial). dansatoare decorator .actor. What is Marissa going to be? 5.barman businessman /executive – afacerist. Jane? You haven’t told us what your future career plans are. contabil. this is the career I want to pursue. Is Jane going to be a house decorator? 9. membru în consiliul de administraţie film director . Who is Jane? 3. Mark: Well. What are they all discussing about? 4.2. om de afaceri. How about that? Paul: Sure! … Marissa? Is it fine with you? Marissa: Certainly. Where have Paul and Marissa been invited to? 2.decorator dentist . Is Paul going to be a lawyer? 6. and I guess I’m going to be a house decorator. Is this the career she wants to pursue? 10. At least.dentist designer – designer director – director. What do they finally decide to do? 11.regizor doctor/physician – doctor. Why not? Jane: Wonderful! It’s going to be great! ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1.arhitect barman /bartender . BASIC VOCABULARY Jobs & Professions accountant/book keeper . programator cook – bucătar dancer – dansator. I wish you all good luck in achieving your goals! Jane: It’s nine o’clock.tâmplar chef – bucătar şef civil servant .funcţionar public. Paul: Mark has just told us you are studying Architecture. director carpenter . Jane: Yes. What do you want to do now? Mark: Grab your coats and let’s all go for a walk downtown.

frizer head master/teacher – director de şcoală.economist editor – redactor (şef) electrician .politician receptionist .mecanic musician .pictor photographer .instalator police officer/policeman – ofiter de poliţie.electrician engineer – inginer chemist/pharmacist – farmacist fire fighter/fireman . stewardesă hairdresser – coafor. şef de catedră jeweler .fotograf pilot .recepţionist sailor – marinar salesperson – agent de vânzări scientist – om de ştiinţă secretary – secretar singer – cântăreţ soldier . profesor universitar travel agent – agent de turism waiter/waitress – chelner/chelneriţă writer – scriitor Institutions airport – aeroport travel agency – agenţie de voiaj bank – bancă bar – bar dentist’s – cabinet dentar 56 . jurnalist judge .croitor teacher/professor – profesor.avocat lecturer – conferenţiar loan officer – ofiţer de credit manager – director. coafeză.jurisconsult surgeon .muzician news reader / news presenter – prezentator de ştiri nurse .pescar flight attendant – însoţitoare de zbor.chirurg tailor .economist . administrator branch manager – director de filială mechanic .pilot plumber .judecător lawyer .soldat solicitor .asistentă painter/artist .bijutier journalist – ziarist.pompier fisherman . poliţist politician .

work in an office. facultate chemist’s/pharmacy – farmacie railway station – gară hotel – hotel motel – motel museum – muzeu opera house – operă police (station) – poliţie post-office – poştă restaurant – restaurant insurance company – companie de asigurări hospital – spital school – şcoală theatre – teatru tribunal – tribunal 11. faculty – universitate. leave on Saturday. We are going to the cinema tomorrow. Examples: I’m going to the seaside next summer. She’s going to be a lawyer when she graduates. GRAMMAR REFERENCE Going to Form I am You/we/they are He/She is going to to be a singer. Use We use going to when we say what we have already decided to do. I am going to be in Paris. what we intend to do in the future. 57 . They are going to buy a television.surgery – cabinet medical café – cafenea savings bank – casă de economii hairdresser’s – coafor tailor’s – croitorie dry-cleaner’s – curăţătorie chimică university. listen to music.3. I am in Paris. Note: Compare the following situations: Now: I am an economist. to study English. In the future: I am going to be an economist.

TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. butcher. 6. 8. Make up sentences with at least ten words from the vocabulary section. Translate into Romanian (use your dictionaries): . Noi vom merge la cinematograf. florist. Intenţionez să-mi reînnoiesc garderoba 9. 2. Robert îşi va zugrăvi biroul în alb. 10. surveyor. Ea va lucra la o companie italiană. farmer. El îşi va cumpara o maşină nouă. Te uiţi la televizor în seara asta? 4. construction worker. undertaker. 3. miner. astronaut. Mă duc la o petrecere în seara asta. 2. Nu ştiu ce va face acum. 58 . dar nu ştiu cu ce să mă îmbrac. baker. 5. researcher. 7. foreman. gardener. 4.fisherman. Uită-te la cer! Cred că va ploua în curând. 3. Practice What do you do? Write about your job/profession. Săptămâna viitoare plec în Grecia. Translate into English: 1. cashier.

Paul: Should we go to the theatre? Marissa: I’ve checked this week’s programme and there’s nothing in it for tonight. cât şi asupra utilizării corecte a acestora.introducerea vocabularului referitor la ieşirile mondene . what should we do today? Marissa: Well.2. I was thinking about going out in the park for a picnic. Paul: So. Paul: I’ve got it! We’ll go to the cinema. READING & SPEAKING Situation: As Paul’s job interview was a total success. dar şi a celui referitor la vreme. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE .1. Basic Vocabulary 12. Paul: How about the opera? Marissa: Sorry! Nothing either.3. I don’t really feel like dancing. I’m on a diet.însuşirea terminologiei şi a expresiilor despre vreme . I guess we’ll have to find something else to do. Din punct de vedere gramatical.TEMA 12 – ÎN ORAŞ UNIT 12 .cunoaşterea şi folosirea principalelor prepoziţii din limba engleză REZUMAT Această lecţie îşi propune studierea vocabularului legat de ieşirile mondene. Paul: Do you want to go some place for dinner then? Marissa: Not really.GOING OUT ~ At the cinema ~ prepositions + the weather CONŢINUT 12. Paul: How about going to that new dancing club that opened last week? Marissa: I don’t know what to say. 12. Marissa: That sounds good! What film is playing tonight? 59 .1. I’m afraid. but since it’s raining. it is only natural that it should be followed by a celebration.dobândirea capacităţii de a purta o conversaţie legată de acestea şi de a lansa o invitaţie la o astfel de ieşire . cât şi întrebuinţarea în limbajul curent. So Paul decides to talk to Marissa and find a way to celebrate his new job. Reading & Speaking 12. se insistă atât asupra cunoaşterii prepoziţiilor.

theatre = teatru opera = operă cast = distribuţie museum = muzeu show = spectacol. It’s settled then. We’re going to the cinema. What is their final choice? 7.Paul: Marissa: Paul: Marissa: Paul: It’s Sweet November. Why can’t they go out for a picnic? 3. Let’s go in now! ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. Marissa: O. I think it’s Charlize Theron and Keanu Reeves. BASIC VOCABULARY Going out cinema = cinematograf at the cinema / the movies = la cinematograf. reprezentaţie circus = circ The weather nice weather = vreme bună bad weather = vreme rea dreadful weather = vreme groaznică a fine day = o zi frumoasă sun = soare a sunny day = o zi însorită cloud = nor cloudy = înnorat rain = ploaie 60 disco = discotecă nightclub = club de noapte club = club bar = bar pub = pub restaurant = restaurant casino = cazinou funfair = parc de distracţii races = curse a rainy day = o zi ploioasă precipitation = precipitaţii storm = furtună stormy weather = vreme furtunoasă a flash of lightning = un trăsnet a thunder = un tunet wind = vânt the wind is blowing = bate vântul snow = zăpadă . When does Paul pick Marissa up? 12. Great! I love them both. Why doesn’t Marissa want to eat out? 6. doesn’t it? Paul: Yes. it does. What movie is on? 8. What are Paul and Marissa celebrating? 2.! … At the cinema: Marissa: Look at the poster Paul! It looks promising. Who’s in the cast? Well.2. Do they choose the theatre or the opera? 5.K. I’ll pick you up at seven o’clock. Do they go dancing? Why? 4.

indicates material: This furniture is made of wood.indicates containment: Please bring me a cup of coffee. .indicates a followed rule: I sorted the items by category. .indicates the means of transport used: I went to the seaside by train / by bus / by car / by plane etc.indicates the creator of a work: We’ve seen a play by William Shakespeare.indicates location: There’s a carpet on the floor.indicates the time: She’s coming at 8 o’clock. indicates a progression. .indicates the surrounding: We are in the city walls.indicates the place: We are at the station. . . . . . . . 61 by: in: of: on: . .3. . . GRAMMAR REFERENCE Main prepositions and their use: at: . . .indicates containment: There is water in the glass.indicates a state: These are men at work.indicates the date: I’ll see you on Friday. .it’s snowing = ninge snowflakes = fulgi de zăpadă temperature = temperatură it’s warm = este cald it’s hot = este foarte cald it’s chilly = este răcoare it’s cold = este frig it’s freezing = este îngheţat frost = ger 12. one x after another: She read the book page by page.indicates the amount of some progression: Our stock is up by 10%.in the formula x by x.signifies near or next to: The mailbox is by the bus stop.indicates a target: He threw a rock at me.indicates belonging or association: This is a friend of mine.

4. 5. Anna has returned ______ her home town. 2. There were thunders and flashes of lightening… It was a terrible storm. Fill in the gaps with the appropriate prepositions: 1. Talk about the programme. it indicates a relationship: Don’t be cruel to me! This problem is similar to the one we had last week. Janice va ajunge în Canada sâmbătă la ora 5. Translate into English: 1. Te voi urmări pas cu pas. 5. to: . I can’t leave without an umbrella.indicates direction: I’m going to Rome. 3. 2. I want a glass _____ milk. Let’s go in! I’m freezing. It’s raining cats and dogs. 4. Describe each of the four seasons using the words and expressions in the vocabulary section. The baby spilled the milk ______ the floor.used after certain adjectives. 2. 3. Translate into Romanian: 1. 3. This is a very harsh winter. about the actors playing it etc. TESTE DE EVALUARE 1.. 4. 2. Mâine voi merge la gară cu autobuzul.indicates the subject of something: This is a book on history. 62 . Look at that funny snowman that those kids are making! 4. Practice You are inviting your girlfriend / boyfriend to the theatre. . I went home ______ bus. 6. Are the boys still swimming ______ the pool? 3. I’m reading a novel ______ William Faulkner. Write down your dialogue. about the play that you are going to see. Copiii studiază un roman de Henry James.

1. I feel like doing something different. I'm free all weekend.1.introducerea principalelor verbe modale şi cunoaşterea situaţiilor în care ele sunt utilizate REZUMAT Această lecţie cuprinde cele mai uzuale cuvinte şi expresii referitoare la organizarea planurilor şi stabilirea activităţilor pentru petrecerea timpului liber şi folosirea acestora în conversaţie. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE Însuşirea cuvintelor şi expresiilor referitoare la: .MAKING PLANS ~ Are you free for the weekend? ~ modal verbs + making plans CONŢINUT 13. 13. but we already did that two weeks ago. Basic Vocabulary 13. READING & SPEAKING Situation: It is Thursday afternoon. we could do that. Paul: Are you busy tonight? Marissa: I have something planned but I could… Paul: I understand. într-un context adecvat. Why? Do you want to do something? Paul: Let’s see…we could go to the cinema.TEMA 13 – PETRECEREA TIMPULUI LIBER UNIT 13 .2. What do you think? Marissa: Well. Paul and Marissa are talking about their plans for the weekend and they can’t seem to decide what to do. Paul: We may go dancing. Reading & Speaking 13. What about the weekend? Are you free then? Marissa: I don't have anything scheduled. Do you feel like it? Marissa: We might do this on Saturday.organizarea planurilor şi stabilirea activităţilor pentru petrecerea timpului liber . Textul conţine principalele verbe modale care apar în situaţii de utilizare diferită.folosirea acestora într-un context adecvat .3. Paul: And tomorrow? Would you like to go the theatre? 63 . You know I love to go dancing. Paul: Can I ask you something? Marissa: Of course.

Does Marisa want to go to the cinema? 3. I have plans this weekend – Din păcate. mi-am făcut planuri pentru acest weekend Sorry. we could go bowling. What’s Paul’s second proposition? 5. Are they satisfied with the plans they’ve made? 13. I don’t know what to say. Does Marissa like to go dancing? 6. what time shall I pick you up? Is 6 o’clock all right with you? Marissa: Well. Do they decide to meet at 7 o’clock? 9. sunt cam ocupat(ă) în seara asta Let’s see … we could go to the cinema – Păi. There is something I really have to do first. Unless…Never mind. Is Marissa free for the weekend? 2. Maybe we should meet there at 6.30.Marissa: That sounds good. What does she want to do this time? 4. What is their plan for Friday? 7. you’ll see. să vedem … am putea să mergem la cinematograf We may go dancing – Am putea/putem să mergem la dans Would you like to go to the theatre? – Ţi-ar plăcea să mergem la teatru?/Ai vrea/vrei să mergem la teatru? We could go bowling – Am putea/putem să mergem la bowling Sounds good – Sună bine/sunt de acord I would really enjoy that – Mi-ar face mare placere să … 64 . It’s going to be fun. 6 o’clock is fine with me. it’s all settled. BASIC VOCABULARY Useful words and expressions Are you busy tonight? – Eşti ocupat(ă) în seara asta? Are you free for the weekend? – Eşti liber(ă) în weekend? What are you doing this Saturday? – Ce faci sâmbăta asta? I don’t have anything scheduled – Nu am nimic programat/stabilit I’m free all weekend – Sunt liber(ă) pe toată durata weekend-ului I'm open tomorrow evening – Sunt liber(ă) mâine seară Do you want to do something? – Vrei să facem ceva? Unfortunatelly. What does Marissa propose to do after the theatre? 8. I'm kind of busy tonight – Îmi pare rău. Paul: So. Marissa: I can’t wait for the weekend to come… ANSWER THE FOLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. So. And maybe after.2. Paul: I would really enjoy that. Does Paul offer himself to pick Marissa up? 10.

Modals don’t add –s at the 3rd person singular. please? 3. Modals form the interrogative: Example: Could you help me. Use 1. May/Might Examples: May I come in? (permission) I might take you up on that. 4. 2. GRAMMAR REFERENCE Modal Verbs The most common modal auxiliaries in English are: can could may might shall Features 1. at Present Simple: Example: He might help us. (possibility) 3. (possibility) should must will would 2. Shall/Should Examples: Shall we meet in front of the theatre? (suggestion) Should we agree with him? (asking for advice) 65 . We always use the short infinitive after modals: Example: You may sit down. but she can ride the bike. Modals form the negative by adding the verb not: Example: She cannot swim.3. (expressing ability) Can I ask you something? (asking for permission) They could mean well.13. Can/Could Examples: She can paint.

She can help us. 9. Nu pot să rezolv problema asta fără ajutorul vostru. You could be right. Might I interfere in your conversation? 7. Are dreptate. Could you bring me my coat. Must Examples: 4. I must leave now. She couldn’t have done that. Establish appoitments for tomorrow. I was not able to convince her she was wrong. Ar trebui să-l asculţi ce spune. 3. 9. I would rather go with him. 4. please? (polite request) Would you sign here.3. 3. 66 . Ar trebui să-ţi vizitezi bunicii mai des. Ea nu poate să conducă. 4. (strong obligation) You must clean your room. Make up ten sentences with the modals given above. 4. Ştii să vorbeşti englezeşte? 3. please? (polite request – more conventional than will) TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. 6. Translate into English: 1. Will/Would Examples: Will you give me a hand. 2. 5. please? 5. Translate into Romanian: 1. Practice Divide into groups. Ce vrei să mănânci astăzi? 6. Trebuie să vorbesc cu părinţii tăi. El va trebui să plătească pentru ceea ce a făcut. 8. 2. 2. 10. 7. 10. Poţi să mă ajuţi puţin? Nu sunt în stare să mă descurc singur. Aş dori să dai muzica mai încet. The film must be starting any minute. May I join you? 8. He really must go now.

însuşirea vocabularului referitor la locuinţă şi mobilier . while chatting about the food. Paul: Marissa… I was thinking… We’ve been together for a few months now and… you know… I’ve loved every minute spent with you. 67 . the music.HOUSE & FURNITURE ~ Let’s move in together. avându-se în acelaşi timp în vedere. and the people that were there. Presently.1. Paul: Since we’re getting along so well and we see each other almost every day. We’re already spending all of our spare time together. ~ countable nouns / uncountable nouns CONŢINUT 14.TEMA 14 – CASA & MOBILA UNIT 14 . This evening. they are both thinking about moving in together. as they are walking home after a party. Paul approaches the subject. Their relationship has become more and more stable.3. but none of them has the courage to say it out loud. Basic Vocabulary 14. Marissa: I feel the same.1. 14.cunoaşterea şi folosirea corectă a substantivelor cu şi fără formă de plural REZUMAT Această lecţie urmăreşte familiarizarea cu vocabularul englezesc legat de locuinţă şi mobilier. Reading & Speaking 14. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE . why wouldn’t we spend more time together…? Marissa: More time? But I have my classes at the university and you’re working now. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Paul and Marissa have been together for several months now.2. de obţinerea capacităţii de utilizare a acestuia în limbajul curent.dobândirea capacităţii de a folosi în limbajul curent aceste noţiuni . the drinks. Paul: You’re not reading me Marissa! What I was saying actually… Marissa: Wait! I think I’ve got it! Paul and Marissa: Let’s move in together! Paul: This is such a relief! I wasn’t sure you wanted this too. şi problematica de ordin gramatical a substantivelor cu şi fără formă de plural.

Marissa: Of course I do! Paul: Great! Oh! By the way, we need some furniture for our new place. Marissa: Let’s just buy a table, a bed, a wardrobe, and a few shelves first and we’ll worry about the rest later. Paul: Well, what about a cosy sofa? Marissa: And a mirror and… ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. Have Paul and Marissa been together for a long time? 2. What’s on their mind? 3. Which one of them finds the courage to open the subject? 4. How does Paul approach the subject? 5. What is Marissa’s reaction? 6. What do they need for their new place? 7. Which are the first items that Marissa suggests to buy? 8. Does Paul have anything to add to that list? What about her? 14.2. BASIC VOCABULARY flat = apartament block of flats = bloc de apartamente studio = garsonieră house = casă my home / my place = locuinţa mea floor = etaj ground floor = parter first floor = etajul întâi third floor = etajul al treilea loft = mansardă door = uşă window = fereastră chimney = coş roof = acoperiş yard = curte garage = garaj swimming pool = piscină cupboard = dulap wardrobe = dulap de haine bed = pat mattress = saltea pillow = pernă sheet = cearşaf blanket = pătură shelf = raft bookcase = bibliotecă bureau = birou table = masă dining table = masă de sufragerie kitchen table = masă de bucătărie bedside table = noptieră tablecloth = faţă de masă chair = scaun armchair = fotoliu sofa = canapea water closet = WC bath = cadă de baie shower = duş tap = robinet washbasin / sink = chiuvetă electrical appliances = aparatură electrocasnică cooker = aragaz central heating = încălzire centrală lamp = lampă power point / plug = priză wall / grandfather clock = ceas de perete alarm clock = ceas deşteptător mirror = oglindă curtains = perdele blinds = jaluzele carpet = covor mat = preş

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14.3. GRAMMAR REFERENCE Countable nouns Countable nouns refer to things that we can count. They can take either singular or plural form. - concrete nouns Examples: There are four chairs at my kitchen table. I bought a new mat for my front door. - collective nouns Examples: She attended three classes today. London is home to several orchestras. - some proper nouns Example: There are many Romanians living in Spain. Uncountable nouns Uncountable nouns refer to things that we cannot count. They take only singular form. - abstract nouns Example: Her writing shows maturity and intelligence. - some concrete nouns (when understood in their undivided sense) Examples: The price of oil has stabilized recently. May I borrow some rice? Categories of uncountable nouns: - abstract: advice, help, information, knowledge, trouble, work, enjoyment, fun, recreation, relaxation - material: meat, rice, bread, cake, coffee, ice cream, water, oil, grass, hair - generic: fruit, wildlife, equipment, machinery, furniture, mail, luggage, jewellery, clothing, money - non-plurals with –s: mathematics, economics, physics, civics, ethics, news

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Marissa: And your cousin? What did she do all this time? 71 . First. yesterday I had a rather busy and unusual day from the moment I woke up in the morning till I got back home late in the evening.1. You know Margaret…she doesn’t take no for an answer. what did you do yesterday? Sarah: Well. there was the phone. Sarah is just telling Marissa about the strange happenings from the previous day. It didn’t stop ringing all day. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Marissa and her best friend Sarah haven’t seen each other for several weeks. I put my training suit on. Still.TEMA 15 – RELATAREA UNOR ACŢIUNI TRECUTE UNIT 15 – NARATTING ~ What did you do yesterday? ~ past simple + past activities CONŢINUT 15. I was already exhausted. Marissa: I certainly know that. She said she wanted to go for a walk in the park. precum şi relatarea unor activităţi trecute.2. Marissa: Tell me. So. at around 9 o’clock. I wasn’t able to keep up with him. So. She said she wanted to exercise a bit. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE .relatarea corectă a unor activităţi cu ajutorul trecutului simplu. Sarah: Exactly. Max carried me through the entire park. I absolutely love her. Max is usually so lazy. what happened next? Sarah: At 12 o’clock I got back home. It seemed like everybody wanted something from me that day. my cousin Margaret came to visit me. I don’t understand. încheiate. Reading & Speaking 15. REZUMAT În această lecţie s-a insistat asupra aspectelor şi noţiunilor gramaticale care fac referire la forma şi utilizarea trecutului simplu. 15.1. Marissa: Your cousin? A walk in the park? But she hates doing that. She’s so funny and pleasant. Then. due to the fact Sarah was out of town for a business trip.fixarea cunoştinţelor şi noţiunilor gramaticale legate de forma şi folosirea trecutului simplu. . Basic Vocabulary 15. prin intermediul acestui timp verbal.3. I took the dog and went outside. It is Tuesday morning and the girls are chatting over a cup of coffee.

etc. See you on Saturday. Who came to visit Sarah at 9 o’clock? 4. I couldn’t believe my eyes. Right next to the phone. Marissa: Go on! I can barely wait to hear what happened next. Who left her the note by the phone? 15. At 8 o clock sharp. somebody cancelled their appointment at the last moment. Was the dry-cleaning still open when Sarah got there? 8. though I was absolutely sure it was the right one. What are Marissa and Sarah talking about? 2. activ unusual – neobişnuit. I took a taxi and right at that moment I remembered I still had to pick up my coat from the dry-cleaning. oră fixată (la dentist. total whole – întreg. a menţine lazy – leneş. doar dry-cleaning – curăţătorie 72 . Fortunately. a se ocupa de instead – în schimb barely – abia. she bought herself a magazine and she didn’t move the whole time we were there. tot appointment – întâlnire. Unfortunately. It said: “I know you are very busy. but when I got there my dentist told me that I had the wrong day. it was already closed. Love. I finally got home and… Marissa: And what? Sarah: My coat was there hanging on the hallstand. extrem de obosit to keep up – a ţine pasul.2. bineînţeles pleasant – plăcut exhausted – epuizat. so I thought this might be helpful for you. How did Sarah’s day start? 3.Sarah: She sat on the first bench she laid her eyes on. At 2 o’clock I had to go for my dentist appointment. Does Margaret enjoy going for walks in the park? 6. there was a note. What did Margaret want to do? 5. when I got there. comod entire – tot. What time did she get home? 9. Sarah: On my way home I stopped to buy the things I needed to cook dinner. Where did Sarah have to go at 2 o’clock? 7. mother ” … ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. mai degrabă busy – ocupat. ieşit din comun to seem – a părea to exercise – a face mişcare training suit – trening certainly – fără îndoială. BASIC VOCABULARY rather – destul (de). What did Sarah see? 10. I was so amazed.) to cancel – a anula to attend – a asista. so he was able to attend me instead.

My sister ate an orange a day.15. Use 1. We form the interrogative and the negative past of both regular and irregular verbs with the auxiliary DO (past form . (Note: the Simple Past Tense is in fact also known as the narrative tense). habitual actions in the past: Examples: I went to the cinema every week. 73 .DID) plus the short infinitive of the verb to be conjugated. Did Interrogative I You He/She/It We You They go to the theatre yesterday? Negative I You He/She/It We You They didn’t go to the theatre yesterday. to express past actions completed at a specified time: Examples: She wrote two letters yesterday. to denote repeated.3. He played tennis last month. 2. GRAMMAR REFERENCE The Past Simple Tense Form Affirmative I You He/She/It We You They went to the theatre yesterday. Explanation The normal rule is that regular verbs form their past tense by adding –ed to the short infinitive and irregular verbs form this tense in different ways which must be learnt for each verb in part.

She went to the seaside two days ago. They got married in September. He left for Venice yesterday. 4. 3. entered the room and took off her coat. I washed my car last week.3. My brother drove to school today. 8. 3. Turn the following sentences into negatives: 1. He listens to music in the evening 8. Her children play in the park every afternoon. 4. Mary eats an apple every day. 6. 9. His aunt never dresses in pink. He always loved her. 10. You were here last year. 5. 2. to denote actions which occupied a length of time now finished: Examples: My father taught French for ten years. 9. I was born in 1980. Translate the above sentences into Romanian. 7. 2. to enumerate a series of actions which are usually part of a narrative: Examples: She opened the door. I took care of you all this time. She always wears red. 4. 74 . TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. 3. My family is composed of five members. I usually meet him on my way to school. They visit their relatives twice a year. 6. 7. Paul drinks a cup of tea every morning. She talks too much. 10. 2. Turn the following sentences from the Present Simple Tense into the Past Simple Tense: 1. We moved to Prague in 1995. 5.

Use Past Simple. am coborât scările şi am deschis uşa. 7. 6. 5. 3. Piesa a început la ora şapte seara. Bărbatul a privit-o. Translate into English: 1. 9. s-a apropiat de ea şi i-a dat florile. Shakespeare a scris 154 sonete. 5. Am mâncat o prăjitură cu ciocolată ieri. El a primit o scrisoare de cinci pagini de la soţia sa acum două luni. Am locuit în San Francisco timp de trei ani. M-am ridicat din pat. 75 . El şi-a rupt piciorul ieri la şcoală. 10. 2.4. Practice Write about a strange happening in your life. 8. Bunicul meu a murit în 1993. Ai fost la bancă lunea trecută? 4.

Paul: Well.TEMA 16 – PREZENTAREA UNUI PARTENER DE AFACERI UNIT 16 . Jack Coleman: He really seems passionate about his work. They are having a small break. I happen to know Mr.dobândirea vocabularului necesar în a aborda un eventual partener de afaceri în limba engleză. Seymour and I’ve always been impressed with his work. I would really like to have the opportunity to talk to him and ask him a few questions.întrebuinţarea corectă în limba engleză a verbelor copulative REZUMAT Lecţia îşi propune o scurtă introducere în limbajul de bază al lumii afacerilor. He has received an invitation to attend a conference there. Reading & Speaking 16. Jack Coleman: Quite an expert. you should do that. the last speaker. but the way he speaks on the stage … Well. atenţia noastră se va îndrepta asupra folosirii gramatical corecte a verbelor copulative în limba engleză. în vederea stabilirii unui prim contact . All of his research work is quite impressive.însuşirea unui vocabular de bază din domeniul afacerilor . Jack Coleman: I’ve seen a couple of his books and they all seem interesting. Paul: I think I might be able to help you.3. don’t you think? Paul: As a matter of fact.2. 76 . Basic Vocabulary 16. 16.BUSINESS INTRODUCTIONS ~ How do you do? ~ copula verbs + basic business terminology CONŢINUT 16. Now he is in the hall with some other participants. Seymour tonight at the cocktail after the conference. I could introduce you to Mr.1. I do. they are exchanging impressions about the conference. În ceea ce priveşte partea de gramatică. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Paul is in Venice.1. While having a snack or a coffee. it’s pretty amazing! Now I’m impatient to read them all. având în vedere în primul rând dobândirea abilităţii de a stabili un prim contact de afaceri. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE .

Paul: How do you do Mr. Jack Coleman: I guess it is. 5. by the way! I don’t believe we’ve met. BASIC VOCABULARY to establish / make a business contact = a stabili un contact de afaceri to do business with … = a face afaceri cu … businessman = om de afaceri businesswoman = femeie de afaceri businesspeople = oameni de afaceri business partner = partener de afaceri partnership = parteneriat customer = client prospect / prospective customer = potenţial client supplier = furnizor holding company = societate-mamă subsidiary = filială Board of Directors = Consiliu de administraţie manager = director. Where is Paul? On what purpose is he there? Who approaches him? Where do they meet? What do they exchange impressions about? What does Paul suggest? Who introduces himself first? What do they give each other? 16. And … here’s my card. 8. 6. Look! They’re all getting inside.2. Jack Coleman: Thank you and here’s mine. 7. Do call me Paul. Paul: OK. Have a nice day! Paul: You too. I’m Jack Coleman.Jack Coleman: That would be great! Oh. Paul: Certainly. See you in the evening then! Jack Coleman: Very well. 3. The break must be over. Jack! ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. Coleman! I’m Paul Blake. 2. Paul: Thank you. 4. Jack Coleman: How do you do? Please call me Jack. Let’s go in. manager executive = director executiv shareholders = acţionari shares = acţiuni wholesaler = angrosist retailer = detailist 77 .

Make up 10 sentences using the words and expressions in the vocabulary section. Examples: His intentions seem good. turn). 2. stay. become. seem. I’m going crazy. Make up 10 sentences using copula verbs. grow. go. while other two of them will talk about things that do not change. go. Keep quiet. This cake tastes good. This conference is interesting.Common abbreviations in English company names: plc = public limited company = S. You look tired. Ltd = limited liability = S. TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. look. taste. She is becoming smarter. sound. That sounds great! How can you stay so young? The moon is turning brighter.S. Your perfume smells nice. turn etc.L. grow.) = incorporated = corporaţie constituită legal 16.A. GRAMMAR REFERENCE Copula verbs Copulas or copula verbs are the verbs that we use to join an adjective with the subject. (U. keep. smell. get. Note: Look carefully at the examples above. while other copula verbs were used to say that things did not change (keep. be.R. Examples: This player appears promising.A. get. The girl’s teddy bear feels so soft.3. stay). Inc. Some of the most frequent copula verbs are: appear. We’re all getting old. please. 78 . He’s growing bigger and bigger. You will notice that some of the copulas were used to express change (become. feel. Two of them must express change.

3. the retailer and the customer. 3.You are approaching two different persons. Translate into Romanian: 1. Directorul nostru a luat decizia să deschidem o filială în New York. Write down a short script with one of your colleagues. He holds 40% of the shares. You work in advertising. This is the main shareholder of the company. Practice Role play: Situation: You are at a trade fair in London. This issue will be brought to the attention of the Board of Directors. unul din cei mai de încredere parteneri de afaceri ai mei. La conferinţă au participat oameni de afaceri foarte importanţi. Play the roles in your script successively: you are approaching your colleague and vice versa. 2. Translate into English: 1. 2. 2. 5. You want to establish a few contacts with prospective customers. 79 . Tasks: 1. 4.3. the wholesaler. Dă-mi voie să ţi-l prezint pe David Johnson. We do a lot of business with Pepsi. Dorim să stabilim un contact de afaceri cu compania dumneavoastră. 4. The chain of commerce basically includes: the producer. 4.

Jack Coleman: The reason I’m calling is to ask if you are available to discuss a business matter I’m very interested in. How nice to hear from you again. When would you like us to meet? Jack Coleman: Great. They settle for the following Wednesday at 2 p. hello.însuşirea principalelor noţiuni şi expresii legate de stabilirea şi fixarea unei întâlniri de afaceri. Reading & Speaking 17. Paul: Of course. a celor mai uzuale cuvinte interogative. READING & SPEAKING Situation: It has been a month since the conference in Venice.introducerea limbajului specific folosit în timpul unei conversaţii telefonice de afaceri. . Let’s make an appointment.m.3. Things are going well. Jack Coleman calls Paul to make an appointment. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE .30 be fine with you? 80 . thank you.question words + telephone language CONŢINUT 17. I believe I’ll be open some time next week. Could you give me more details? Jack Coleman: Well. S-a pus accent pe prezentarea şi folosirea corectă într-un context dat.MAKING APPOINTMENTS ~ A telephone conversation ~ Wh. perhaps we could get together to talk about it. Would Monday at 12. . Jack. Paul: Oh.1. Jack Coleman: Hello. 17.fixarea cunoştinţelor referitoare la utilizarea celor mai uzuale cuvinte interogative. Mr.TEMA 17 – STABILIREA UNEI ÎNTÂLNIRI DE AFACERI UNIT 17 . And you? Paul: I can’t complain.2. Paul? This is Jack Coleman.1. precum şi vocabularul specific unei conversaţii telefonice de afaceri. I didn’t recognise your voice. How are you? Jack Coleman: I’m fine. Basic Vocabulary 17. REZUMAT Lecţia cuprinde principalele noţiuni şi expresii folosite la stabilirea şi fixarea unei întâlniri de afaceri. Paul: Certainly.

It is an extremely busy day for me.. I really want your opinion on this.Ce mai faceţi? I’m fine. Jack Coleman: O. What day does he suggest first? 6. Is Paul available on Monday? 7. Jack Coleman Paul’s employer? 3. mulţumesc And you? – Dumneavoastră? Are you available/free on…? – Sunteţi liber/disponibil pe…? I’m afraid I can’t make it on… .(time)? – Atunci. I’m glad you’ve agreed to meet me.? Are you free then? Paul: Let me have a look at my agenda. Sunt…(urmat de numele persoanei) How nice to hear from you – Mă bucur/Ce bine îmi pare să vă aud How are you? .(day). Does Paul agree to meet with Mr.I’m afraid I can’t make it on Monday.K. Good-bye. Paul. let’s say at 2 p. Coleman. a fixa o întâlnire to be available/open/free – a fi disponibil.Nu cred că ajung. program to call/to phone – a telefona to make/to fix an appointment – a stabili. Mr. Paul: Where shall we meet? Jack Coleman: Maybe the Royal Inn? Is that all right with you? Paul: Wonderful... Who does Paul get a call from? 2. ce ziceţi de…? Is that all right with you? – Sunteţi de acord?/ Vă convine…? I’ll see you then – Ne vedem la ora stabilită/atunci Paul: 81 . liber to get together/to meet – a se întâlni to schedule – a programa Hello. This is/It’s… .m.2.Bună ziua. Do they change the day of their meeting? 9.. BASIC VOCABULARY appointment/meeting – întâlnire agenda/schedule/ – agendă. Yes.at. Is Mr. I don’t have anything scheduled that afternoon. Do they settle for Friday morning? 8. What is the reason for Mr. What time do they finally agree upon? 10. Coleman’s phone call? 4. Jack Coleman: I see. Wednesday would be just perfect. I’ll see you then. Coleman? 5. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1./Nu ne putem întâlni… What about/How about. What place do they decide to meet? 17.. thank you – Sunt bine. Jack Coleman: Good-bye. What about Wednesday.

question words 1. 4. Person Examples: Who is going to cook dinner today? Who is he talking to? 2.3. Place Examples: Where are you from? Where can I find a gas station? 4. Who is going to attend our clients? 3. Who is that man standing there by the elevator? I haven’t seen him here before.17. GRAMMAR REFERENCE Wh. Time Examples: When did you finish school? When was she born? 3. Manner Examples: How do you get back from work? How can we help him solve this problem? 6. What are you talking about? I can’t believe he said such a thing about us. Purpose Examples: Why did they lie to me? Why don’t you tell me the real reason you are here? 5. Action/object/idea Examples: What are you doing with that register? What’s your job? TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. What is the subject of our meeting? 82 . 2. Translate into Romanian: 1.

Cine este la telefon? Nu vă aud prea bine. please? B: ……………………………………………………… A: Oh. 10. How do you know if you’re doing the right thing? 2. B: ……………………………………………………. I have to leave town for a couple of days. Tell him I won’t be able to make it on Thursday. Trebuie să ne întâlnim joi la ora 3. Pot vorbi cu domnul Morrison. 4. to cancel a meeting. This is John Carter from A&A. A: Yes. When is he going to talk to my business associate? It’s getting very late. Unde îmi sunt ochelarii? Erau aici pe noptieră. Putem amâna întâlnirea noastră până mâine? 5. Where is my briefcase? I can’t seem to find it. When can I schedule my next appointment? 8. De ce nu-l rogi pe şeful tău să-ţi dea o zi liberă? 7. Translate into English: 1. B:……………………………………………………. B: ……………………………………………………… A: Yes. 8. to confirm. to be available. Săptămâna asta am foarte mult de lucru. Nu putem să luăm o astfel de decizie la telefon. Why don’t you finish your project? You only have two days left. 7. Write down your own dialogue in which you fix a meeting with a business partner over the telephone. Care este capitala Elveţiei? 2. Practice Work in pairs. 9. vă rog? 4. Cum putem să aflăm dacă el mai este încă în oraş? 6. Good-bye.5. to have a busy schedule.. arrangement. Make up sentences with the following words and phrases: calendar. 5. to make a phone call. tomorrow. Where is the head office of that company located? 6. Lewis. to leave a message. 3... I see. It’s just that I really have to talk to him.. Complete the following phone conversation: A: Good afternoon. please. Alo. 10. thank you very much. I’ll call him later. 83 . 3. B: ……………………………………………………… A: Could I speak to Mr. 9. to dial.

And you? Paul: Could be worse. Jack Coleman and Paul get together.2. We’ve just opened a subsidiary in Paris and I’ve been in charge of the whole project. 18.1.TEMA 18 – ÎNTÂLNIRI DE AFACERI UNIT 18 . As established previously over the phone.3. Reading & Speaking 18. Listen! I would like to know more about your company. Paul: It’s very nice to see you again. Basic Vocabulary 18. Perhaps we might start doing some business together sometime. Paul: OK. Jack: Thank you. Jack: Yes. Jack: I will send you an e-mail or a fax. enumerarea şi definirea principalelor forme de comunicare din lumea afacerilor. or even a presentation CD. lunchtime. Paul: I’m happy to hear this.cunoaşterea principalelor forme de comunicare în afaceri . 84 . As for me. thank you. urmărim modul în care se derulează o întâlnire de afaceri.BUSINESS MEETINGS ~A lunchtime appointment ~ the imperative + business communications CONŢINUT 18. But it all turned out all right and now the satisfaction is much greater than the effort. I’ll provide all the information you need to know about us. How are you? Jack: I’m very well.1. I’ll do the same. that’s true. I suppose. READING & SPEAKING Situation: It’s Wednesday. They are at the restaurant. în acelaşi timp. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE . având în vedere. Paul: That would be interesting.desfăşurarea unei întâlniri de afaceri . Paul: It must have been challenging. And after going through the materials. Secţiunea de gramatică va face referire la modul imperativ şi folosirea lui corectă în limba engleză. thank you. How’s business? Jack: Going well.cunoaşterea şi folosirea corectă în limba engleză a modului imperativ REZUMAT În cadrul acestui capitol. we can talk over the phone and make another appointment.

The letter. let’s forget about business for the moment! One has to find the time to enjoy the simple pleasures in life … Paul: You’re right. thank you. The e-mail is the most currently used business communication. GRAMMAR REFERENCE The imperative Form: affirmative: the base form of the verb 85 . The memo is an internal business communication generally used to pass information from one colleague to another. 18.2. as well as elaborated information. And Paul. 5. The phone call is also used on a daily basis in business. 8. What day is it? Who does Paul meet for lunch? What has Jack been doing recently? Is he happy with the results? Why? What does Jack propose? What does Paul think about it? How does Jack decide to send Paul the information? What does Paul suggest? 18.Waiter: May I take your order. gentlemen? Jack: Yes. It may contain little. BASIC VOCABULARY Here are the most common business communications: EXTERNAL: fax e-mail letter phone call INTERNAL: memo phone call The fax is mainly used when a quick written response is required. according to the situation. internally and externally. 6. 7. mainly to communicate brief information or to make appointments. is generally used when there is no urgency or when full details are required. Let’s focus on our lunch then! ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. 2. 3. although mostly replaced by e-mails nowadays.3. 4.

to give warnings Examples: Be careful! You might fall. b. Do forgive me. Let’s go out tonight. Mike ! E periculos. Finish your meal and let’s go! We’re going to be late for work. You must be tired after such a long journey. d. Haide să mergem la mare în această vară ! Nu te mai juca cu foarfeca. Stop staring at me like that! You’re making me feel uncomfortable. Do try to be a little nicer to her. b. Ai grijă ! Dacă te joci cu focul. 5. c. It was not my intention to offend you. Watch out! The train is coming! 3. complaints and apologies Examples: Do sit down. 4. Get out of my room this instant! Have a seat. TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. d. 86 . 2. Have a coffee. c. to give orders Examples: Stop smoking in here! Get out! 2. emphatic use – common in polite requests. to make suggestions – let’s + the base form of the verb Examples: Let’s take a seat. Translate into Romanian: a. Taci! Nu mai vreau să aud încă o dată povestea asta.negative: do not / don’t + the base form of the verb emphatic: do + the base form of the verb Use: 1. to make informal offers or invitations Examples: Come visit us sometime. s-ar putea să te arzi. Translate into English: a.

4. Practice I: Paul and Jack receive the materials from each other. The plant has recently developed a new product: a chewable candy for children. Imagine and write down their telephone conversation.3. Write a short memo for one of your colleagues. b. 87 . Describe the product and mention at least three of its advantages. telling him that you need his collaboration in launching the advertising campaign. Practice II: You are the sales representative for a health care production plant. they both read them and decide to develop a business relationship. Write an e-mail for the plant’s customers. telling them about the new product that is about to be launched on the market. a. rich in minerals and vitamins.

studenţii se vor familiariza atât cu urările şi celebrarea unei zile de naştere. Marissa: I’m happy just to have you here. Paul is busy building a career. Your guests must be arriving. READING & SPEAKING Situation: Time has gone by. Reading & Speaking 19. Sarah: I’ve got a little something for you too.1.3. Today is Marissa’s birthday. Mark and Sarah. Marissa. având în centru aniversarea Marissei. Marissa: OK. 19.însuşirea vocabularului referitor la urări şi sărbători în limba engleză . Secţiunea de gramatică va avea în vedere exprimarea condiţionalului în limba engleză.TEMA 19 . Paul: You’d better get that. The doorbell is ringing.dobândirea abilităţii de-a utiliza vocabularul englezesc referitor la sărbători şi sărbătoriri . Paul.2.exprimarea condiţionalului în limba engleză REZUMAT Acest ultim capitol se va referi la sărbători şi sărbătoriri. They’ve just had lunch with her family and now they’re home in their apartment. Grammar Reference OBIECTIVE . Basic Vocabulary 19. cât şi cu vocabularul englezesc specific celorlalte tipuri de sărbători şi aniversări. Everything goes all right for their family and friends.1. 88 . În acest context. Mark. I’m coming! Sarah: Hi Marissa! Happy birthday! Mark: Happy birthday! Marissa: Come in guys! Make yourselves comfortable.SĂRBĂTORI UNIT 19 – CELEBRATING ~Happy birthday~ If – clauses + holidays CONŢINUT 19. thank you for the lovely flowers! Mark: You’re welcome! But prepare yourself because there’s more to come. preparing for a little party with their best friends. Business is going well. Marissa is about to finish school.

tea. Who cooked for Marissa’s birthday and what did he cook? 9. What does Mark suggest? 19. All I’m saying is that it’s spaghetti. I thought it might look good in your new apartment. Mark: And this is my present for you. I saw it in a bookshop last week. What has Mark brought for Marissa? 7.2. Marissa: What a wonderful carpet! Very exotic. Where does the party take place? 5. and that it’s incredibly tasty. Hey! There’s our cook! Mark: Hi Paul! Sarah: Hi! Paul: Hi guys! Mark: What have you brought us there? Paul: You’ll have to wait and see. coke … Mark: Forget about all that! Bring some alcohol man! We must drink to your girlfriend’s health. What are they celebrating today? 4. Revelionul New Year’s Day = Anul Nou Easter = Paşti Good Friday = Vinerea Mare Easter Sunday = Duminica Paştilor Easter Monday = a doua zi de Paşti May Day (BE) / Labor Day (AE) = Ziua Muncii Whitsun = Rusalii 89 . What has Paul been doing lately? 2. What does Paul offer his guests to drink? 10. Marissa: Thank you very much! It’s lovely. Who are Marissa’s guests? 6. If you didn’t bring it as a present.Marissa: Thank you! This bracelet is just beautiful! And the book …! Just what I needed. sounds good! Paul: Can I get you anything to drink? We’ve got mineral water. How about Marissa? 3. happiness and prosperity! ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. Mark: I brought it from my last trip to Indonesia. vacanţă bank holiday (BE) / legal holiday (AE) = sărbătoare legală The main holidays: New Year’s Eve = Ajunul Anului Nou. I would have bought it myself. BASIC VOCABULARY holiday = zi de sărbătoare. How about Sarah? 8. Sarah: Mm. coffee. orange juice.

GRAMMAR REFERENCE If – clauses The main types of if – clause: 1. If you don’t arrive at the exact hour.Independence Day (AE) = Ziua Independenţei Thanksgiving Day (AE) = Ziua Recunoştinţei Christmas = Crăciun Christmas Eve = Ajunul Crăciunului Celebrations and special occasions: to celebrate = a sărbători celebration = sărbătoare. to express a probable action in the future if + the simple present tense + will / can / may / might Examples: If you wake up before 7.30. 90 . I can help you if you want me to. you will get to school in time.3. you may have to wait. sărbătorire ceremony = ceremonie the wedding ceremony = ceremonia nunţii festivity = festivitate feast = ospăţ birthday = zi de naştere anniversary = aniversare silver / gold wedding = nunta de argint / aur baptism = botez funeral = înmormântare Good wishes for special occasions: Merry Christmas! = Crăciun Fericit! Happy New Year! = An Nou Fericit! Happy Easter! = Paşte Fericit! Happy birthday! = La mulţi ani! Happy anniversary! Common toasts: To your health! = În sănătatea ta! Cheers! = Noroc! Here’s to you! = Pentru tine! Here’s to your new home! = Pentru noua ta casă! 19. If you don’t take your coat you might catch a cold.

2. I may be a little late if I don’t catch the bus. I would talk to the police and tell them everything. to express an impossible action in the past if + the past perfect tense + would have / could have / might have Examples: If it had snowed in the weekend. If you took my advice. I can help you with your project if you come over to my house. TESTE DE EVALUARE 1. h.2. 91 . Make up two conditional sentences of each type. If he hadn’t been so busy. children would have made snowmen. m. you might be surprised. d. If she dressed better. f. you would be home by now. I could go on expensive trips around the world. I would have gone to the seaside last summer if the weather had been better. If I were rich. to express an unreal action in the present Examples: If I were in your shoes. 2. as presented in the grammar section. you would be a student by now. She might have danced with you if you had asked her to. k. I might have told him about the show if I had known about it myself. g. b. he could have come to the party with us. e. 3. If I arrive on time tomorrow. He might be able to convince her if he only tried harder. to express a less probable action in the future Examples: If you took the train as I told you. you might have more friends. If he arrives out of the blue. he could play basketball a lot better. If I were you. he could win the competition. If you weren’t so selfish. I could buy that car. she might look prettier. j. If he were taller. he might pass the exam. l. i. I could have gone shopping with you. I will go to the concert. If he practiced more. if + the simple past tense + would / could / might 2. If I hadn’t been at work. c. 2. Translate into Romanian: a.1. If I saved more money. If he studied more. I would be nicer to him.

aş cânta … Dacă aş fi mai curajos. Play the roles of hosts and guests according to your script. mi-aş dărui frumuseţea celor trişti. Dacă aş fi fericit. aş cânta.3. 5. i-aş face pe toţi mai buni. Dacă aş fi o floare. Dacă aş putea. Practice: Divide into groups. Dacă aş fi trist. Make up ten sentences using words and expressions from the vocabulary section. 4. 92 . Write a short script. Dacă aş avea timp. Translate into English: Nu ştiu de ce sunt oamenii atât de răi. Dacă aş putea să zbor. aş face toţi copiii să zâmbească. aş pluti peste munţi şi văi să răspândesc mesajul meu de pace. Choose a special event. aş cuceri munţii ca să fiu mai aproape de cer.

It is 10 a. come b. a. is c. are they? a. They … here. when you arrive b. “Good-bye” is used: a. were c. a. when you meet someone c. You only say “Good night”: a.. late at night b. good morning 7. is c. bye c. “See you soon” means: a. are 4. are b.REVISION Choose the right answer: 1. hello b. am c. a.m. Pe curând 9.TEMA 20 . you say: a. when you are tired 8. aren’t 6. … he? a. Ce mai faceţi? b. I … 20 years old. You … not from Prague. is c. am 3. not 5. isn’t b. Bună ziua c. when you leave 93 . are b. have b. am 2. He is happy to see us.RECAPITULARE UNIT 20 . She … an English teacher. in the evening c.

chocolate 17. so 15. water c. How … oranges have you got in your hand? a. drinks b.10. lot c. bye 11. please? a. not 12. It’s still hot. a. food 19. much b. The … is so tasty in this restaurant. butter 94 . menu b. any c. any c. a. There are … cookies on the table. some b. a. many b. knife c. soup b. any c. Could I look at the …. tea c. a. There aren’t … eggs in the refrigerator. twelve 13. many 14. much 16. how do you do c. bill c. a. some b. tip 18. I want to drink a glass of … a. a. a few b. There is … bread in the cupboard. hello b. honey b. much c. There isn’t … salt left in the salt cellar. “How do you do” is answered with: a. Don’t eat the … yet.

gone b. What is your favourite …? a. enjoy b. walk b. see c. window 21. a. go c. doesn’t b. wear’s c. wear b. don’t 24. table b. a. wears 23. don’t c. does b. Do you … going to the seaside? a. I usually … to school. movies 27. not like 28. hobbies c. loves c. stand b. My sister can’t … winter. a. They … like poetry. seek 29. I’m … of playing basketball. do’not 25. a. do c. walk’s 22. love 95 . wine list c. walks c. … he like listening to music? a.20. She never … yellow clothes. a big fan b. a. goes 26. We often … to the theatre. hobby b. a. don’t like c. Let me have a look at the … a.

Turkish is the national language of: a. twice b. She has seen this movie … this year. works c. has worked 34. Tibet c. have b. went c. yesterday 33.30. never c. Have c. French b. Lisbon is the capital of: a. weekend c. He … in this company for three years. has 32. a. has gone b. Spain 37. haven’t been c. Italy 39. worked b. Sweden b. Portugal c. Taiwan b. is going 36. Switzerland c. Turkey 38. … you washed your car? a. Spain b. a. Swedish people live in: a. What do you do in your …? a. a. English c. a. British people speak: a. German 96 . Did b. John … to China. weekdays 31. Are 35. I … to Egypt yet. spare time b.

Poland b. brother or sister c. father c. don’t have c. has got b. get c.40. sister 48. family’s 47. has b. France c. son c. haven’t 42. a. My parents … a beautiful house at the countryside. My … has five members. doesn’t have 44. Norway 41. Don’t bother him. hasn’t got 45. My best friend … a car. families c. a. Polish people live in: a. have got 46. ‘s got b. got c. family b. gets 43. sons b. brothers or sisters b. Are these your two …? a. have c. have got c. a. mother b. His little … is five years old. a. got b. brothers and sister 97 . son’s 49. haven’t got b. Has your sister … any hobbies? a. He … a terrible headache. I don’t have any … a. Do you … a pet? a. a.

half b. I have just bought … bars of chocolate. My grandfather is … years old. sixteen 54. This is the … time he reminds me to close the window. too c. first c. We have decided to meet at … a. a. time is? b. firsts b. for b. trees 53. three b. Her … name is Laura. a. no c. noon 58. a. first’s 56. It is almost … a. to b. It is very late. Can you tell me … a. four 55. He was the … to tell me I was wrong. two 52. none b. a. a. a. Mother usually drinks … cups of coffee a day. I waited for … an hour in the rain. the time? 59. what time? c. daughter’s 51. one c. Would you like some? a. but he didn’t show up. daughters b. sixties c. midnight b. daughter c. noon 98 . two 57. forth c. sixty b. midday c. tree c.50.

Are you comfortable in … shoes? a.60. that 63. this 65. … painting in front of me is very beautiful. dear b. this b. cheap c. a. prize c. a. expensive 99 . more c. many b. I won’t read it anymore. these c. price 69. these b. much 67. that c. How … is that red dress? a. These gloves cost twenty pounds. these 62. free 68. Can you tell me the … of those blue trousers? a. these 66. cheap c. that c. It is … eight o’clock. this c. a. prices b. They are rather… a. this 64. This hat is only seven pounds. It is very … a. those c. What size is … coat over there? a. nearest 61. nearly c. that b. expensive b. near b. Are … glasses on the table yours? a. those b. I don’t like … book. this b.

a. sun glasses b. a. umbrella 100 . an c. trousers c. gloves c. I want to eat … orange. a 76. It’s very cold outside. a c. a. Don’t forget your… a. a. We haven’t got any food left. sandals 77. colour b. an 75. length 71. scarf b. the b. earrings 79. slippers b. … cupboard in the kitchen is empty. the b. Have you seen my …? They were here on the table yesterday. an 73. some b.70. I can’t see its … from here. a. a c. the b. training suit b. a. please. a c. She is … architect a. a. Could I borrow your …? It’s raining. Give me … pencil. gloves c. price tag c. Hand me that long black skirt from the coat hanger. an c. an 72. He doesn’t like that pair of blue … a. a b. any 74. He is … funniest friend I’ve ever had. muffler c. shoes 78.

please. kind and … . a. Clarissa is twenty years old. black leather c. Don’t disturb her! She’s … at the moment. do 101 . looking 89. red b. dress red b. young b. black and leather b. She looks wonderful in this lovely red … a. a. Give me that … purse on the chair. He’ll have to buy a new one. a. sleep c. fights 87. Your cousin is so nice. sleeping 88. fighting b. leather 86. a. do you do c. upset b. doing b. funny 85. a. a. His car is very … . a red dress 84. coat 81.80. What are you … on Saturday? Do you have anything planed? a. look b. suit b. beautiful c. gown c. red dress c. old c. Your … is on the bed. bitter c. looks c. old 82. fight c. Why are you … at me like that? I didn’t do anything wrong. nice 83. What are you doing? Why are you … with your sister? a. She is so … . sleeps b. a.

I like taking care of sick people. dentists 95. to c. I love writing novels. My dream is to become a … . 92. I’m fine. … to be a nurse. warm c. raining c. rains b. to 98. for b. I’m going … Paris. I’m a teacher. a. Bring me that black notebook … the desk. at b. to 97.90. cold and wet b. plumber b. on c. b. It’s too … I guess I’ll wait for the rain to stop. I’m going 93. sailor c. writer 94. What do you do? … a. I don’t feel like going out. thanks. It’s so … and sunny. a. on b. Is there any coffee left … the cup? a. cloudy 96. a. You can’t go out now! It’s … . I go b. rain 91. dry 99. a. cold b. I need to go to the … . I would like to go for a walk. a. a. in 102 . hot and sunny c. dentist c. a. I have a terrible toothache. I’m cooking. dentist’s b. Are you coming with me? a. I’m not going c. in c. c.

block of flats 103 . cupboard 107. open b. He … say such horrible things. I live on the second … a. carpet b. a. fridge b. mirror c. a. wardrobe c.. flour c. door 108. at b.? a.. flower b. Shoulds c. mights b might c. to open 102. She … have heard the news. mustn’t 104. Can to b. We are meeting Helen … 6 o’clock. You can … the door.Should’s 106... floor 109. Is there any bread left in the …? a. on 101. Should b. must b. I ask you a question? a. farm c.100. … she answer that? a. for c. a. Let’s buy that lovely blue … for our living room. Can c. a. opens c. Do you live in a house or in a . . must to c. might’s 103. building b. a. Cannot 105.

will come b. fixing c. has broken c. tastes 114. a. a. Don’t come b. Who b. Don’t interrupt them! They are … an appointment. will b. taste’s c. have broken 113. kind of food do you most enjoy? a. was 117. Come c. relaxed b. doing b. e-mail c. Comes 116. would c. comes c. a. birthday b. He … his leg last week. I guess he’ll send you an … a. happy 111. fax b. a. memo 119.. This ice-cream … great. holiday 120.. we will go the theatre. taste b. a. taking 104 . ate c. broke b. have eaten 112. I’m too … to go out tonight. . What 115. If I were you. arrival c. exhausted c. Don’t forget to buy a present for Marissa’s … a. When c. She… an entire bar of chocolate yesterday. a. a.110. coming 118. I … forgive her. If he … tomorrow. has eaten b. … with me! Now! a.

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