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Match each person from the list with a suitable description.
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Complete each sentence with a word from the list. Use each word once only.
II. Vocabulary Exercises
1) Study the names of written work and their descriptions and then correct the wrong usage of words in the sentences:
|1. composition||could be just 50-100 words, often used to refer to children’s work|
|2. essay||longer than a composition, more serious, hundreds or even thousands of words|
|3. assignment||a long essay, often part of a course, usually thousands of words|
|4. project||like an assignment, but emphasis on student’s own material and topic|
|5. portfolio||a collection of individual pieces of work, not necessarily written|
|6. dissertation||a long, research-based work, perhaps 10 – 15,000 words, for a degree or diploma|
|7. thesis||a very long, original, research-based work, perhaps 80 – 100,000 words, for a higher degree (e.g. PhD)|
1. His PhD assignment was 90,000 words long and was on the history of US place names.
2. Little Martha did her first dissertation in school today. It was called ‘My Family’.
3. We have to hand in an essay at the end of the course. It can consist of up to five different pieces of work.
4. The teacher gave us the title of this week’s project today. We have to write 1,000 words on the topic of ‘If I ruled the world’ and hand it in next Monday.
5. At the end of this course you have to do a 5,000 word thesis which will be assessed, and the grade will contribute to your final degree.
6. I think I’ll do a study of people’s personal banking habits for my MSc composition. It has to be about 12,000 words.
7. I’ve chosen to do the portfolio instead of the two exams, because I like to do one single piece of work where I can research something that interests me personally.
1. Our teachers used to __________________ us by making us stay behind after school.
2. The teacher saw Jerry trying to _____________________ in the test.
3. Try to _______________________ the most important rules.
4. It is difficult to __________________ attention in a noisy classroom.
5. Pauline tried her best to ____________________ the end of year examinations.
6. Your work is the same as Harry’s. Did you __________________ his work?
7. Your mind is wandering! You must ______________________ more!
8. Helen decided to _____________________ all her work at the end of every week.
9. It’s a good idea to ___________________ important parts of the book in red.
10. If you _______________________ twenty seven by nine, the answer is three.
1. Someone who teaches at a university.
2. Someone who has a college degree.
3. The head of a school.
4. Someone who studies at primary or secondary school.
5. The most important teacher in a university department.
6. Someone who teaches one student or a very small class.
7. Someone in the same class as yourself.
8. Someone who trains a sports team.
9. Someone who writes the question papers of an examination.
10. Someone who drives but has not yet passed a driving test.
4) Match the words and word combinations with their definitions. Then make sentences with 5 of the words:
|1. the first attempt at writing smth||a) feedback|
|2. the date by which you must do smth||b) journal|
|3. using someone else’s ideas as if they were yours||c) deadline|
|4. to hand in||d) literacy|
|5. to mark||e) plagiarism|
|6. an academic article||f) mature student|
|7. the name of the system for getting books from other libraries||g) first draft|
|8. the comments you get back from the teacher about your work||h) numeracy|
|9. the ability to read||i) to submit|
|10. the ability to count and do basic maths||j) curriculum reform|
|11. changes made to the official programme of education in a country||k) inter-library loan|
|12. a student who is older than the typical age, for example in a university||l) to assess|
5) Complete the sentences using the appropriate form of the words from the list:
Match each person from the list with a suitable description. Cheat copy memorise pay revise concentrate divide pass punish underline Complete each sentence with a word from the list. Use each word once only. II. Vocabulary Exercises 1) Study the names of written work and their descriptions and then correct the wrong usage of words in the sentences: 1. composition could be just 50-100 words, often used to refer to children’s work 2.... [читать подробенее]