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Вся правда о путешествиях

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Министерство просвещения РФ 

Федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение 

высшего образования «Липецкий государственный педагогический 

университет имени П.П. Семенова-Тян-Шанского» 

Институт филологии 

Кафедра английского языка 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

ALL THE TRUTH ABOUT TRAVELLING 

Учебно-методическое пособие 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Липецк – 2020 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Министерство просвещения РФ 

Федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение 

высшего образования «Липецкий государственный педагогический 

университет имени П.П. Семенова-Тян-Шанского» 

Институт филологии 

Кафедра английского языка 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ВСЯ ПРАВДА О ПУТЕШЕСТВИЯХ 

Учебно-методическое пособие 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Липецк – 2020 

 

 

 

УДК 811.111                                       Рекомендовано к печати кафедрой 
ББК 81.432.1                                             английского языка института филологии 
В 86                                                      ЛГПУ имени П.П. Семенова-Тян-Шанского 
                                                             Протокол № 4 от 21.02.2020 г. 
 

 

Вся правда о путешествиях: учебно-методическое пособие. – Липецк: ЛГПУ 
имени П.П. Семенова-Тян-Шанского, 2020. – 154 с. 

Составитель Е.Ю. Вовк 

 
Настоящее пособие представляет собой комплекс заданий, призванных 

способствовать развитию профессиональных компетенций будущего учителя 
английского языка. Пособие содержит задания, направленные на развитие всех 
аспектов речевой деятельности: чтения, письма, говорения и аудирования.  

Предназначено для студентов II курса обучающихся по направлению 

44.03.05 института филологии. 

 
УДК 811.111 
ББК 811.432.1 
В 86 

 
 

Рецензенты: 

 Н.В. Барышев, канд. филол. наук, доцент ЛГТУ 

                         Н.А. Сушкова, канд. пед. наук, доцент 

ЛГПУ имени П.П. Семенова-Тян-Шанского 

 

 

 

 

 

© ФГБОУ ВО «Липецкий государственный педагогический университет имени 
П.П. Семенова-Тян-Шанского», 2020 
© Е.Ю. Вовк, 2020 
 

Посвящается Елене Николаевне Бобровской 

UNIT 1 

It all started so well... 

1. Vocabulary 

a) In one minute, write down five things you like doing when you are on holiday,  
e.g. relaxing, going to museums. Then compare with a partner. 

b) Match the English phrases with their Russian equivalents: 

1. Поехать заграницу   
a) go by train/car/bus

2. Ходить на прогулку
b) go abroad

3. Ездить на поезде (автомобиле, 
автобусе)

c) go cycling

4. Отправиться в отпуск
d) go sightseeing

5. Осматривать 
достопримечательности

e) go for a walk

6. Ходить в поход
f) go swimming

7.  Уехать на выходные
g) go on holiday

8. Заниматься плаванием
h) go away for the weekend

9. Ездить на велосипеде
i) go out at night

10. Выходить в свет
j) go camping 

 

c) Complete the verb phrases: 
 
book     buy    have    hire    rent    spend    stay     sunbathe            take                           
 
stay in a hotel / at a campsite / with friends 
___ _ photos 
____ souvenirs 
____ on the beach 
____ a good time 
____ money / time 
____ an apartment 
____ a bicycle /skis 
____ flights/hotels online 

d) Look up the difference between to rent and to hire. Say it in English: 

a) В прошлом месяце мы арендовали квартиру в центре города, но теперь 
мы не можем себе этого позволить. 

б) Сколько стоит взять напрокат автомобиль в вашем городе? 

в) Наша группа наняла русскоговорящего гида, и он показал нам самые 
интересные места в округе. 

г) Я предпочитаю снимать комнату, а не жить в общежитии. 

e) In pairs, interview your partner with the holiday questionnaire. Ask Why? 

My perfect summer holiday 

Which do you prefer...? 

going abroad or going on holiday in your country 

going to the beach or going to a city 

staying in a hotel(or apartment) or going camping 

sunbathing, going sightseeing or going for walks  

hot, sunny weather or cool, cloudy weather 

going with friends or going with your  family 

2. Reading and Speaking 

a) Work in pairs. A read about Joe's holiday. B read about Laura's holiday. Find the 
answers to questions 1-2. 

1. Where did she/he go on holiday? 

2. Who did she/he go with? 

3. Where did she/he stay? 

4. What was the weather like? 

5. Why didn't she/he enjoy the holiday? 

b) Now tell your partner about the holiday you read. Use questions 1-5 to help you. 

c) Read your partner's text. In pairs, guess the meaning of  the words in bold. Whose 
holiday was worse? Why? 

d) Have you ever had a holiday that you didn't enjoy very much? What happened? 

 
 

The place is perfect, the weather is wonderful, 

but if you're with the wrong person, a holiday can be a disaster... 

JOE 28, a flight attendant 

      Last October I went on holiday to Thailand for two weeks with my girlfriend, 
Mia. The holiday began well, We spent two days in Bangkok and saw the Floating 
Market and the Royal Palace. But things went wrong when we left Bangkok. I 
wanted to stay in hostels, which were basic but clean, but Mia said they were too 
uncomfortable and so we stayed in quite expensive hotels. I wanted to experience the 
local atmosphere but Mia just wanted to go shopping. I thought I knew Mia very 
well, but you don't know a person until you travel with them. It was awful! We 
argued about everything. For our last four days we went to Ka Chang, a beautiful 
island. It was like being in paradise. The weather was lovely and the beaches were 
wonderful, but we just sunbathed without speaking. We spent our last night back in 
Bangkok and went for a drink with some Australians. They were really friendly and 
Mia started flirting with one of the boys. That was the end. When we arrived at 
Heathrow airport the next day we decided to break up. I took hundreds of photos, 
but when I got home I didn't show them to anyone.  

LAURA 26, a nurse 

      Last spring my best friend Isabelle and I booked a holiday in Venice. We rented a 
small apartment for a week with a fantastic view of the canals. At the last moment 
another friend, Linda, asked if she could come too. We felt sorry for her because she 
had problems with her boyfriend, so we said yes. 

      Venice was magical and the weather was perfect, but the holiday was a disaster 
for one simple reason: Linda was so mean! She has a good job so she's not poor, but 
she just didn't want to pay for anything. When we went sightseeing she didn't want to 
go to any museums or galleries that cost money. When we went on a gondola she 
complained that it was very expensive. When we went to have lunch or dinner she 
always wanted to go to cheap restaurants or she bought pizzas and ate them in the 
flat. But the night I invited her and Isabelle out on my birthday she chose the most 
expensive things on the menu! The worst thing was that although Isabelle and I paid 
for the apartment, Linda never once bought us a coffee or a drink. I'd love to go back 
to Venice one day...but without Linda. 

( From English File Pre-Intermediate, p. 12) 

3. Listening 

a) You are going to listen to Mia and Linda talking about the holidays. First listen to 
Mia. Does she agree with Joe about the holiday? 

b) Listen again. What does Mia say about...? 

1) her relationship with Joe before they went  

2) the places where they stayed 

3) talking to other travellers 

4) photos 

5) going on holiday with a boyfriend 

c) Now listen to Linda. What's her opinion of the holiday? Then listen again/ What 
does she say about...? 

1) Venice 

2) what they did there 

3) the cost of her holiday 

4) her next holiday 

d) Who do you sympathize with most, Joe or Mia? Laura or Linda? Comment on 
Mia's advice. Do you agree with her? Is travelling with someone the best way to get 
to know them? 

4. Speaking 

a) Look at Your last holiday below. What are the questions? 

b) Think about your answers to the questions. 

YOUR LAST HOLIDAY

1. Where/go?
2. When/go?
3. Who/go with?
4. Where/ stay?
5. What/the food like?
6. What/the weather like?
7. What /do during the day?
8. What/do at night?
9. /have a good time?
10. /have any problems?

 

c) Work in pairs. Ask your partner about his/her holiday. Show interest in what 
she/he says, and ask for more information. Then swap roles. 

5. Writing (telling a story): Nightmare Journeys 

a) Read the story once. Then correct the six grammar mistakes with the verbs.  

b) Read the story again and complete with a connecting word or phrase. 

after      although     because      but(x2)      in the end       so(x2)      when
 

      A nightmare journey I remember was three years ago ....I was going to the airport 
with my friend. We were going to Mallorca on holidays and we had to be at Dresden 
airport two hours before the flight. 

      We leaved home with plenty of time, ... when we got to the motorway there was a 
huge traffic jam! The traffic wasn't moving at all. We didn't knew what to do. It was 
too late to go another way. ... we just sat in the car getting more and more stressed. ... 
ten minutes the traffic started moving slowly. We decided to leave the motorway and 
try to found another way to the airport. ... I wasn't sure of the way and we got 
completely lost. We was sure we were going to miss the flight. We finally arrived at 
the airport just thirty minutes before the plane was going to leave. The woman at the 
check-in desk said we couldn't to check in our luggage .... it was too late... we had to 
run with all our cases to the departure gate. 

      ... my friend felt over and hurt her leg, we managed to get to the gate in time and 
we ... caught our flight. 

Write about a nightmare journey you've had (or invent one) (140-180 words). 

Plan what you're going to write using the paragraph summaries below. 

Paragraph 1 When was the journey? Where were you going? Who with? Why? 

Paragraph 2 What went wrong? What happened? 

Paragraph 3 What happened in the end? 

Check the story for mistakes. 

 
 

UNIT 2 

Why Do People Travel? 

1. Study the table on the next page. Study the notes and learn the new vocabulary. 
2. Why do people travel? First discuss it in groups of 3 or 4, then sum it up. 
3. Some people dislike travelling. Why? 

TRAVELLING 

is…
 exciting
 thrilling
 fascinating
 enjoyable
 good for health
 invigorating
 refreshing
 stimulating
 the best way to spend a holiday/ 

vacation

 broadens one‟s outlook/ horizons/ mind
 has educational value
 gives one life experience

fresh ideas
new vigour
unforgettable impressions

 brings one closer to nature
 allows one to understand oneself/ other people 

better

Most people travel…
…(in order) to…

 for recreation

pleasure
fun
enjoyment
a change of scene

 from curiosity
 in search of novelty

adventures
health

 see and experience sth unusual
 learn new things
 see the world
 explore far-away places
 get to know their country better

how other people live

 visit their relatives and friends
 enjoy beautiful scenery
 get away from their usual routine

civilization

…go on/ make a…
is…

 trip
 voyage
 journey
 cruise
 hike
 walking/ coach/ cycling tour 

(of)

abroad
to/ 
about/ 
through/ 

across Italy, etc.

round the world

 dangerous
 expensive/ costly
 tiring
 exhausting 
 trying
 troublesome
 full of hardships

Some people travel…
Why not stay at home and…?

 from necessity
 on business
 for/ in search of health
 out of snobbery

 read a travel book
 see a travelogue
 sightsee with a guidebook or a map and a set of 

full-colour slides

…(in order) to…
 feel superior to others
 boast/ brag of their travels
 show off
 put on/ give oneself airs
 have sth to talk about
 

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