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N. skill adj. skilled

 

Q: Have you got basic computer skills ?

A: Yes, I've got basic computer skills.

 

Q: What jobs are done by very skilled workers ?

A: Surgery is done by very skilled workers.

 

Q: Have you got any skills that could help you save someone’s life ?

A: Yes, I've got first aid skills.

 

Q: Do you know anyone who doesn’t have good social skills ?

A: Yes, my sister doesn’t have good social skills.

 

Q: Do you think social skills can help you in your career ?

A: Yes, I do think social skills can help you in your career.

 

Q: Do you think all managers should have special training ?

A: Yes, I think all managers should have special training.


Q: Can management skills really be learnt ?

A: Partly yes./Yes, management skills can really be learnt.

 

n./adj. expert n. knowledge

 

Q: Give me an example of something you know a lot about.

A: I know a lot about British rock music from the 1960's.


Q: Would you call yourself an expert ?

A: Yes, I think I would./Yes, I think I would call myself an expert.

 

Q: When do people require the services of an expert ?

A: People require the services of an expert when they have to do something very difficult.

 

Q: Did you have any knowledge of this country before you came here?

A: No, not really./No, I didn't have any knowledge of this country before I came here.


Q: Is there anything you wish you had known beforehand ?

A: Yes, I wish I had known how to get a cheaper flat.

 

 

Q: Would you describe your knowledge of these subjects as poor, limited, expert or non-existent ?
a. how cars work ?

Limited./I would describe my knowledge of this subject/how cars work as limited.

 

b. computers ?

Expert./I would describe my knowledge of this subject/computers as expert.

 

c. the history of your country ?

Poor./I would describe my knowledge of this subject/the history of my country as poor.


d. the opposite sex ?

Expert./I would describe my knowledge of this subject/the opposite sex as expert.

 

Q: Do you think babies have any knowledge when they are born ?

A: Yes, I think they have some knowledge when they are born.


Q: What kind of things do they know ?

A: I think they know how to breathe and how to survive.

 

expr. anything/nothing wrong with …

expr. good (thing) about …

 

Q: Do you think there’s anything wrong with:

a. spitting in the gutter ?

Yes, I think spitting in the gutter is disgusting.

 

b. double parking?

Yes, double parking is terrible.

 

c. eating meat ?

No, there's nothing wrong with eating meat.

 

d. lunchtime drinking ?

Yes, lunchtime drinking is not good.

 

Q: Why does it matter ?

A: Because you might have to get back to work and you might be drunk.

 

Q:When was the last time you were ill ?

A: The last time I was ill was last month.

 

Q: What was wrong with you ?



A: I had the flu.

 

Q: Have you got anything at home that isn’t working properly ?

A: Yes, my washing machine's not working properly.

 

Q: What’s wrong with it ?

A: It doesn't wash my clothes very well.

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Unit 4

Q: Tell me one good thing about:

A. living in this city.

One good thing about living in this city is that I meet girls from all over the world.

 


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