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Перед тобой урок из English Stretching 2.0 — второй ступени серии интенсивов по английскому языку для обогащения словарного запаса. В сердце этого интенсива заложена одна главная идея: обучение английскому возможно только через погружение в контекст.
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Одно слово "цель" в разных ситуациях может означать:
В английском языке у каждой "цели" будет свой эквивалент. А вот какие — ты сможешь узнать, посмотрев лекцию.
У каждого слова есть свой оттенок, позволяющий точно выразить мысль в нужной ситуации, например:
• Какова цель вашего визита?
• Моя цель на лето — выучить итальянский до уровня А2.
Цель моей жизни в постоянном самосовершенствовании.
ambition
purpose
objective
goal
target
Погрузись в атмосферу двух мини-лекций, а затем возвращайся, чтобы изучить майнд-карту к уроку и решить задания.
А это — авторские mind-карты по теме. Благодаря логическому структурированию информации запомнить новые слова тебе будет намного проще.
And now let's practice a bit
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Let's see if you managed to digest the information from the lectures!
For now, you will be asked to pass a tiny test to see if you fully understood the material, or you still need to study it a bit more.
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It may not be so tremendous as to ____________, but this small change in immigration law could have a huge impact on foreign workers.
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The business ____________ better than expected and profits were slightly up.
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I need to ___________ to work on my resume this weekend.
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The only way to manage when you have small kids is to ____________.
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Could I ____________ on that offer of a lift, Rob?
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He took ____________ before answering the question.
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I'm certainly able to take __________, but what you said to me was downright mean.
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I know we've got a meeting at 4 PM, but can we make it at 4:30 PM?
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There's another flavor in there, but I can't quite make it out. Is it thyme?
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I've been very busy recently. Take last week, I had meetings every night after work, except Friday.
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The nurse took my pulse and blood pressure, but everything was normal.
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Just take each day as it comes and do what you feel is right.
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May be you should try again?
Let's try again, go back to the mind-map and work on your vocabulary a bit more.
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Could've done it better and you know it!
We think you should try one more time :)
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Good job, but you could've done even better!
Wanna work through the vocabulary one more time?
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Well done, we see you tried hard!
Let's learn all these words and a bunch of others. Mind maps will come in handy!
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Almost perfect!
We see you've tried hard, you can do even better!
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Congratulations, English language guru!
Great job!
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A little activity to reinforce your knowledge
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Imagine a situation:

Your friend has invited you to dinner to celebrate his promotion. Of course, you agree. You're supposed to meet him tonight at 8. You finish work at 6 so you'll have plenty of time to go home and change for the occasion. But then at 5 you remember that you have an important benefit at work which you can't miss. Yeah, you've double booked. Your hands are tied, you have to text your friend and tell him that you can't come because of a work event.

Which phrase with the verb make would you use?
Jot down your answer here ✍🏼
Imagine a situation:

You're at an exam trying to answer the question that the professor has just asked you. You know that you can answer it, you learnt the answer to this question yesterday right before going to bed. But for some reason the answer just won't come to you. You start feeling stressed, wanting to answer as soon as possible and rushing with the answer. This is when the professor looks at you and says: 'It's okay, ...'

How would you finish the sentence using a phrase with the verb 'take' meaning 'don't rush it'?
You may let us know in the field below ✍🏼
Во втором Level мы углубляемся в фонетику, грамматику и другие тонкости живого английского языка, а свойственная ES растяжка лексики пройдет по линии легендарного сериала 'Friends'. Учим английский с любовью и юмором :)
Если у тебя появилось желание принять участие в ES — напиши, пожалуйста, в бот, нажав на кнопку ниже:
И мы что-нибудь придумаем.
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И давай оставаться на связи: мы транслируем актуальные новости образования, любовь к языку и обучению в целом в Instagram, Telegram и профиле Pushkova Education.

Your friends, Аня и команда.
уровень интенсива:
Level 1, Level 2, Level 3
Предвосхищая вопрос о новых потоках, хотим сказать: мы сами мечтаем открыть студентам двери как можно скорее, но в текущее время запуски новых потоков English Stretching в блоге не планируются.
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