a) Translate the following word combinations and use these English equivalents in sentences of your own.
вести себя (хорошо, плохо, как следует, как ребенок) to train, to have (get) training
1. We want a trained driver, not a beginner. 2. She’s had some training at a Teachers’ College. 3. You can’t blame her for her inexperience, she wasn't trained to be a translator.
b) Make up sentences, using the same structure as in the model.
She was trained to be a doctor.
c) Use all possible tense-forms.
The team is training for the finals.
d) Answer these questions.
1. Why can’t one become a skilled doctor (teacher, engineer) without special training? (Is it possible to gain a good knowledge of a subject from one’s own experience alone?)
2. What is your brother (sister)? Was he (she) trained to the profession?
I. Substitute the active vocabulary of the lesson tor the italicized parts.
1. It’s rather difficult to do anything with Ann, she gets excited very easily and it takes her a long time to pull her self together. 2. John’s quite grown up now and has a strong sense of responsibility; I think you may be sure that he will do the work well. 3. Do you know they are going to hold a discussion of the last competition? Who’s going to attend it and speak for our team? 4. My mother bought a hat for me the other day, but the style is quite out of fashion now.
I wonder whether it’s possible to take it back to the shop and get a more fashionable one. 5. Although Jack seemed to be telling his new friend the truth. Bob had a strange feeling that he was being deceived. 6. Although Jane went to Oxford and Mary took a course at a Teachers’ Training College in Birmingham, the two friends never lost sight of each other and sometimes had a holiday together. 7. “I give you a month in which to find another job" the manager said to the worker.