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Комунікативна практика. Exercise 1. Read (or listen to) this conversation





Exercise 1. Read (or listen to) this conversation. It is from an oral examination.

Teacher (T): Describe, please, the location of the central body of the airplane.

Student (S): I’m sorry. Could you please repeat?

T: Okay. Please tell me what the location of the airplane central body is.

S: I don't understand "location of the central body".

T: Where does the fuselage extend from and to?

S: Oh, do you mean the fuselage and where it is?

T: Yes, describe, please, the location of the fuselage.

S: Well, the fuselage of the airplane is the central body and it extends from the nose to the tail of the machine.

T: What is the common shape of the most airplane bodies?

S: Let me think ... shape ... shape.... Yes, the most airplanes’ bodies have a tube like shape or streamline shape.

T: All right. Where ...

Does the Student answer the teacher's questions immediately?

What words, phrases does he use to get more time?

Exercise 2. Discuses the following questions.

1. Do exam results really show your true ability?

2. How important are qualifications?

Вправи для самостійної роботи

Exercise 1. Remember the vocabulary and read the text.

The tail assembly, or empennage, is the rear part of an airplane. It helps guide the plane and keep it balanced in flight. Most tail assemblies consist of a vertical fin and rudder and a horizontal stabilizer and elevator. The fin stands upright and does not move. It keeps the rear of the plane from swinging to the left or right. The rudder is hinged to the rear edge of the fin and can be moved from side to side. It helps control the plane during a turn.

The stabilizer is like a small wing in the tail. It prevents the tail from bobbing up and down and so keep the plane flying in a steady hori­zontal direction. The elevator is hinged to the rear edge of the stabilizer. A pilot moves the elevator up or down to raise or lower the plane's nose.

Most airplanes built today have a stabilator instead of a stabilizer and an elevator. A stabilator is a single solid unit that moves up or down. Almost all planes have a trim tab on the elevator or stabilator, and some have a trim tab on the rudder.



Tail assemblies have various shapes and arrangements. On some planes, the fin and rudder stand up-right at a right angle to the fuselage. On other planes, they slant back at a sharp angle. Most jet planes with engines at the rear of the fuselage have their horizontal stabilizer and elevator mounted across or near the top of a tall vertical fin and rudder. Some light airplanes have a V-assembly. This type of tail consists of two fins in a V-shape with an elevator and a trim tab attached to each fin.

right angle sharp angle прямий кут гострий кут slant back trim tab відхилятися назад тример

Exercise 2. Answer the following questions.

1) What are the words to name rear part of an airplane?

2) What does the tail assembly help to do?

3) What do most tail assemblies consist of?

4) What is the fin?

2. What is the stabilator?

3. What is the rudder?

Exercise 3. Put much, many, little, few, a little or few.

1) He had . . . English books at home, so he had to go to the library for more books.

2) She gave him . . . water to wash his hands and face.

3) I’ll like to say . . . words about my journey on Airbus.

4) After the flight everybody felt . . . tired.

5) Let’s stay here . . .longer: it is such a nice place.

6) There were . . . new words in the text, and Peter spent . . . time learning them.

Lesson 5






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