English 9

Mamikon in 2030
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Hello, he is a Mamikon, he is a future enterpreneure, now you will read about him and his dream.




“Hi. I am Mamikon Ghazaryan, I choose English as a foreign language, because it is a beautiful language. English is an international language and it is important for everyone who want to grow his skills as a profesional and as a person. It is important especially for me becouse I deside to travel a lot and become an enterpreneur.

There are a lot of important information in internet which are in English and it is inaccesible in Armenian. I would like to understand the importance of learning English earlier but as they say: never too late to learn. Now I am not miss the opportunities to learn English”.

Everything you can imagine is real

Every great dream begins with a dreamer
























Task 1. Use Future Perfect or Present Indefinite

1.He will have reached the summit long before count to one thousand

2.By the time John paint the living room, Sarah will have cooked his favourite meal.

3.When my mother returns  from work, I already will have done the shopping.

4.Jack will have washed his car till you make dinner

5. By the time I get there, the film will have started

6.I will have spent all my holiday money by the end of the week.

7.He will has repaired Bill’s car when he come to take it.

8.The learners will have not finished the translation of the article before the teacher come

9.By next year, she will has received her promotion.

10.The play will not started before we get to the theatre.


Frankenshtain




This article is about the novel by Mary Shelley. For the characters, see Victor Frankenstein and Frankenstein’s monster.

The monster is Victor Frankenstein’s creation, assembled from old body parts and strange chemicals, animated by a mysterious spark. He enters life eight feet tall and enormously strong but with the mind of a newborn. Abandoned by his creator and confused, he tries to integrate himself into society, only to be shunned universally. Looking in the mirror, he realizes his physical grotesqueness, an aspect of his persona that blinds society to his initially gentle, kind nature.

Seeking revenge on his creator, he kills Victor’s younger brother. After Victor destroys his work on the female monster meant to ease the monster’s solitude, the monster murders Victor’s best friend and then his new wife.

While Victor feels unmitigated hatred for his creation, the monster shows that he is not a purely evil being. The monster’s eloquent narration of events (as provided by Victor) reveals his remarkable sensitivity and benevolence. He assists a group of poor peasants and saves a girl from drowning, but because of his outward appearance, he is rewarded only with beatings and disgust. Torn between vengefulness and compassion, the monster ends up lonely and tormented by remorse. Even the death of his creator-turned-would-be-destroyer offers only bittersweet relief: joy because Victor has caused him so much suffering, sadness because Victor is the only person with whom he has had any sort of relationship.

The theme of creation is at the center of the novel, Frankenstein. The story shows how Victor creates a monster and instills life in it after gaining scientific knowledge of life at Ingolstadt. Victor plays God or pretends to become one to create life. His ambition of creating life and emulating his own creation fails





Task 2. Examination Card 2

Task 1. Read the text, translate the last passage into English:

One day a man went to see his doctor and said to him, ‘I’ve swallowed a horse, doctor, and I feel very ill.’

The doctor thought for a few seconds and then said, ‘All right, Mr. Lloyd, I’ll help you. Please lie down on this bed.’

The doctor’s nurse gave the man an injection, the man went to sleep, and the doctor went out quickly to look for a horse in the town. After half an hour he found one, borrowed it and took it into his office, so

when Mr. Lloyd woke up, it was there in front of him.

“Here’s the horse, Mr. Lloyd,” the doctor said. “I’ve taken it out of your stomach, and it won’t give you any more trouble.”

At first Mr. Lloyd was happy, but then he looked at the horse again and said

“But doctor, my horse was white, and this one’s brown!”

Task 2. Use the verbs in the brackets in the correct tense form:

  1. He met his wife when he was woking (work) in Brussels
  2. My father went (go) to the bank. He’ll be back soon.
  3. My students didn’t listen (not listen) when I gave the instructions.
  4. Gonzalo is thirsty! I will get (get) him a glass of water
  5. If it is not raining (not rain) we’d lie on the beach.

task 3. Read the text and fill in the gaps in the text with one of the four choices given below.

     From the history of tennis

Four thousand years ago, an Egyptian sculptor carved a picture on a wall of two women hitting a ball back and forth from hand to (1) hand. Is this the ancestor of tennis?

Tennis was known (2) to Norway from Greece in 500 A>D. It became so popular betwean the twelfth and fourteenth century that every town in  France had own courtroom(3).But this was a very different game from the one we see at Wimbledon today. At first the game was played bar-handed with a leather ball filled with dog’s hair. Later(4) rougher materials like sand and chalk were used but these caused injures to the players’ bands. This led to the use of protective gloves.It (5) got bigger and bigger as time went on until it was necessary to cut out the centres and replace them with fight ropes. Gradually these gloves evolved into rackets.

  1. a) in b)under     c)out   d) to
  2. a) sent b)caught     c)known  d) brought
  3. a) centre b)hall     c)courtroom  d) court
  4. a) Later b)Late     c)Lately  d) Latter
  5. a) it b)which     c)this  d) what

Task 2

Task 1.The project ‘’ A tour for my friend’’

Imagine your friend from the UK is coming to Armenia. Your English friend is going to stay at you for three days, you need to make a three-day tour package for your friend. Make a tour including such sights, restaurants, places which you think are worth visiting.

Task 2. Everything about interesting ” How can a blog be an educational tool in our school?” ( part 7)

Task 3. Online classes through Microsoft teams. Here is the schedule

  • 01․04 , at 12։00 PM
  • 03․04 , at 12։00 PM
  • 08․04 , at 12։00 PM
  • 10․04 , at 12։00 PM

Hometask for 25/02

Essay “If you could change one important thing in your country, what would you change? Use reasons and specific examples to support your answers”

1. Complete the Conditional Sentences with the correct form (Type I, II or III).

  • If I will be  stronger, I’d help you carry the piano.
    will be
    were
    had been
    would be
    would have been
  • If we’d seen you, we will stop
    will stop
    stopped
    had stopped
    would stop
    would have stopped
    .
  • If we would meet him tomorrow, we’ll say hello.
    will meet
    met
    had met
    would meet
    would have met
  • He would have repaired the car himself if he will have the tools.
    will have
    had
    had had
    would have
    would have had
  • If you drop the vase, it will break
    will break
    broke
    had broken
    would break
    would have broken
    .
  • If I hadn’t studied, I did not pass the examdo.
    will not pass
    did not pass
    had not passed
    would not pass
    would not have passed
    .
  • I wouldn’t go to school by bus if I …..have
    will have
    had
    had had
    would have
    would have had
    a driving license.
  • If she won’t see      him every day, she’d be lovesick.
    won’t see
    hadn’t seen
    didn’t see
    wouldn’t see
    wouldn’t have seen
  • I won’t travel  to London if I don’t get a cheap flight.
    won’t travel
    didn’t travel
    hadn’t traveled
    wouldn’t travel
    wouldn’t have traveled
  • We’d be stupid if we told   him about our secret
    will tell
    told
    had told
    would tell
    would have told

. I am terribly tired. (terrible)
2. The man drove too fast. (fast)
3. She sings well. (good)
4. Mr Jones wrote the letter quickly. (quick)
5. The boring film was over at 10 o’clock. (boring)
6. We ran to school quickly yesterday. (quick)
7. I have learned very hard to pass the exam. (hard)
8. Five cars were heavily damaged. (heavy)
9. Please read the instructions carefully. (careful)
10. The bus driver was angry. (angry)
11. His answer came surprisingly . (surprising)
12. Tom looked at my dinner hungrily. (hungry)
13. Nobody is perfect . (perfect)
14. We played some exciting games. (exciting)
15. They talked to him friendly  . (friendly)

Hometask for 30/01

New Inside Out Intermediate – page 49 ex. 1 ( from grammar), page 50 read the article, ex. 1 ( from vocabulary)

Grammar

1. A snowboarder-has to wear a crash helmet.

2. A club DJ-can get up late.

3. A flight attendant-doesn’t have to pay for flights.

4. A tour guide-has to know a lot of history.

5. A model-can’t eat ffattening food.

6. A cook-has to have very clean hands.

Vocabulary

Ex.1

  1. to have some time/two weeks/a day off (line 15)
  2. to find/lose/

The Journey Begins

1.at, at
2.On, at, at, at
3.on
4.on
5.at
6.on
7.on
8.at
9.on
10.at, on

1.turns
2.turned
3.Will he
4.go
5.was,didn’t go
6.will not go, costs
7.did they enjoy
8.who will take.
9.do you go
10.dont have, have
11.Does
12.doesn’t know
13.will be, will be
14.do you, will be
15.will be
16.Will arrest, will arrive
17.Like, do, want
18.Is
19.will get
20.created

Ex. (119)

1.few
2.little
3.little
4.few
5.little
6.few
7.little
8.few
9.little
10.few
11.little
12.few
13.little
14.little
15.few
16.little

Ex. (120)

1)many
2)much
3)much, much
4)few
5)much, many little
6)much, much
7)little
8)few
9)much
10)little
11)many
12)many, much

Page.14

Ex.1

a) Have you ever ridden- 3) a horse? / a motorbike?

b)Have you ever given- 4) a speech?/ a lecture?

c) Have you ever met-1) a famous person/ a person from Japan?

d) Have  you  ever swum- 6) in a river?/ with dolphins?

e) Have you ever won- 2) a competition?/ a race?

f) Have you ever slept- 5) in a tent?/ on a boat? 

Ex.3

a) I’ve already/ never/ twice been to Egypt.

b) I’ve been to Egypt just/ three weeks ago/ in 2004. 

c) I haven’t been to Egypt yet/ for ages/ before.

d)I went to Egypt last May/ lately/ many times. 

Grammar and Vocabulary

Ex.2

This is such a beautiful place. We are so lucky with our hotel. It’s really near the city centre and the staff are so friendly. Our room is lovely and clean, and we have such a fantastic view of the city. There are lots of good restaurants and bars, and they are so cheap. It’s such an interesting city. The museums and art galleries are great, and we are going to visit the royal palace tommorow. It’s so exiting. We’re having so good time-we don’t want to come home.

Ex.5

a) My neighbours are very quiet. I never hear them.

b)I can’t walk to work. My office is too far from my house.

c)I take the bus to work. It’s very crowded, but I usually get a seat.

d) It’s very hot in summer, but fortunately my office has air-conditioning.

e) Time goes too quickly,and I never finish my work.

f)I want to move into the city, but I can’t because apartments  are too expensive.