Enjoy English. 11 класс. Биболетова М.З., Бабушис Е.Е., Снежко Н.Д.

Учебник «Английский с удовольствием» (11 класс) предназначен для старших классов (базовый уровень) общеобразовательных учреждений РФ, в которых обучение английскому языку начинается со второго класса. Все учебники данной серии рекомендованы Министерством образования и науки Российской Федерации.
Содержание учебника полностью соответствует действующему образовательному стандарту и примерной программе по английскому языку.

Enjoy English. 11 класс. Биболетова М.З., Бабушис Е.Е., Снежко Н.Д.

 

Описание учебника

Тематика учебника отобрана с учетом интересов учащихся 11-го класса, их речевых потребностей и ориентирована на самоопределение учащихся, выбор будущей профессии и продолжение образования.
Учебник готовит к итоговой проверке уровня подготовки по английскому языку, предусмотренной для выпускников полной средней школы, формирует умения познавательной деятельности, обучает школьников стратегиям самообразования.
Учебник основывается на современных методических принципах и отвечает требованиям, предъявляемым к учебникам начала третьего тысячелетия.
Contents
Appendixes
Appendix 1 School English 157
Appendix 2 Learning strategies 169
Appendix 3 Cultural guide 178
Appendix 4 Grammar reference 181
Appendix 5 List of irregular verbs 189
Appendix 6 Dialogue vocabulary 191
Appendix 7 Key vocabulary 193
GRAMMAR FOCUS: IRREGULAR PLURAL FORMS
22 Read the text and check your guesses.
Read the rules and match them with an example. There is more than one example for each rule.
1 We use «the» with the names of countries when they include words, such as state, republic, kingdom, etc.
2 We do not use «the» with the names of countries. There are some exceptions: the Netherlands, the Sudan, the Vatican City.
3 We do not use «the» with the names of languages when they are NOT followed by the word language.
Examples:
a) My brother speaks French fluently.
b) The USA consists of 50 states.
c) The Netherlands is a country in northwest Europe.
d) The French language is difficult to learn.
e) Australia is both a country and a continent.
Fill in «the» where necessary. Find the
countries mentioned in the exercise on the world map. What languages are spoken in these countries?
1 … United States of America is located in … North America between … Canada and … Mexico. The official language of the USA is … English.
2 … China is the world’s largest country. … Chinese language is one of the most difficult for Europeans to learn.
3 … Croatia lies on the northeast of Adriatic, it borders with … Slovenia, Bosnia and Serbia.
4 … Cyprus lies in the Mediterranean, 71 km south of … Turkey Most people in Cyprus speak … Greek and … English.
5 … United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is made up of … England, … Wales, … Scotland and … Northern Ireland. Its population is about 60,000,000 people.
6 … New Zealand is a country in the Pacific Ocean southeast of … Australia. About 10%
of the population are Maori people who lived
there before Europeans came. The language
they speak is … Maori.
Cecylia Piastek from Poland
Why don’t we show some respect for the English language? Although English is a difficult language both to learn and to teach, it doesn’t mean that we have any right to change it just because we feel like it. How can we change something that doesn’t belong to us anyway? Should we simplify it only for the sake of convenience for us, non-native users? I don’t think that’s fair. Language is valuable heritage and heritage demands respect.
Muint Taine from Burma
I’m convinced that a simplified version of English should be taught. The simpler the language, the better the communication will be between people, for current and future generations who are part of today’s globalisation. English is no longer just a language used by native speakers; it is used by people all over the world, including young people who are increasingly trying to be part of the global community. I believe that if we can globalise English and use its more simplified version, we will be able to explore and better manage our planet.
GRAMMAR FOCUS: PASSIVE VOICE (REVISION)
Use the correct forms of the words in the brackets to complete the text.
«English English» is a term that (1) … (apply) to the English language that (2) … (speak) in England. In English-speaking countries outside the UK, the term «British English» (3) … more frequently … (use). However, the term «English English» (4) … (introduce) some time ago by Peter Trudgill in Language in the B>ritieh Шее. This term (5) … now generally … (recognise) in academic writing.
The term «British English», however, has a wider meaning, and (6) … usually … (reserve) to describe the features common to English English, Welsh English, Hiberno-English, and Scottish English.
A lot of people (7) … always … (interest) in the different accents and dialects that exist in Britain. That’s why The Englieh Dialect Dictionary that (£>) … (compile) by Joseph Wright, is now extremely valuable. But the diversity of accents within the nation (9) … still … (study) by linguists. Dialect research papers (10) … often … (sell) for hundreds of pounds. People tend to be very proud of their local accent or dialect.
31 Read the opinions again (Ex. 27) and complete the table in your Workbook.
English should be simplified English should not be simplified

Enjoy English. 11 класс. Биболетова М.З., Бабушис Е.Е., Снежко Н.Д.