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Практикум по культуре речевого общения английского языка 

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Практикум по культуре речевого общения английского языка

  • Практикум по культуре речевого общения английского языка (1/2)
  • Broadcast media transmit information ……. via radio or television.
  • Hair that covers the chin and cheeks is called a …….
  • Digital media comprises both internet and ……. communication.
  • To describe someone who is curvy, you can say they are …….
  • Employees are sometimes required to wear a …….
  • Rules of ……. is a set of rules, norms, and responsibilities for a person.
  • When you do not conform to the social norms, it is called …….
  • Some people assume that ……. and nationality are identical.
  • Social media ……. are virtual communication sites that allow its participants to connect, build relationships, and collaborate on social issues.
  • If someone has no hair at all on their head, they are …….
  • A ……. is often printed in color on coated paper and has a soft cover.
  • A ……. is a place, building or an institution for preserving artifacts and other objects of artistic, cultural, historical, or scientific importance.
  • The source that people use to get news from is called mass ……..
  • Saying someone is full-bodied is nicer than saying that they are …….
  • Clothing performs a range of social and cultural …….
  • A ……. is a publication containing news and information.
  • Some nations are ……. groups and some are not, they are multicultural.
  • Clothing provides ……. from ultraviolet radiation.
  • The way someone looks is defined as his or her …….
  • Some clothing protects from specific ……., such as insects or chemicals.
  • The main purposes of modern museums are to collect, preserve, interpret, and display ……. of artistic, cultural, or scientific significance.
  • Mass media includes a diverse array of …… technologies.
  • The way you greet someone depends on the ……. and your relationships.
  • Greeting someone according to the time of ……. is a popular form of greeting.
  • Sometimes the best way to reply is to ……. the greeting back.
  • To describe someone’s height, you can say they are ……. or short.
  • The things that people wear to cover their body are their …….
  • The main defining characteristic of a state is …….
  • A code of ……. can be an important part of corporate culture.
  • «Hello» is the most popular way of greeting someone in ……. occasions.
  • Clothes are typically made of ……. or textiles.
  • Introductory ……. are different from the ones we use to greet friends.
  • Mass media plays a very important role in organizing …… opinion.
  • Social ……. create the foundation of correct behavior.
  • To make people aware of many social ……., TV programmes create a great impact and make the world a better place to live.
  • Media ……. like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and more are giving people a chance to connect with each other across distances.
  • Print media transmit ……. via physical objects.
  • Mass media reflects and creates the …….
  • Electronic social media is a ……. that is becoming quite popular these days because of its user-friendly features.
  • Nationality is a ……. relationship between a person and a state.
  • Television is one of the most important ……. of the twentieth century that plays a very important role in our society.
  • Something friendly that you say when you meet someone is a …….
  • Someone who is thin and tall can be called …….
  • Radio broadcasts information and news without …….
  • In some unitary states, subnational capitals are called ……. centers.
  • Fundamental British ……. reflect life in modern Britain.
  • Business ……. dress is a popular workplace dress code.
  • If the use of social media is not ……., it can lead to grave consequences.
  • Greetings in modern English can be formal and ……
  • A ……. is a political state or nation or its territory.
  • Television is a system of ……. images and sounds using electrical signals.
  • A ……. is a city, which is regarded as enjoying primary status in a state.
  • The first time you meet someone it is polite to ……. him or her.
  • A ……. is a large group of people who inhabit a specific territory.
  • You can call a person, who has light, yellowish hair, a …….
  • The most formal greeting in English is …….
  • Introductions can ……. between more than two people at a party.
  • Museums play an important role in our contemplation and ……. of life and death.
  • A dress ……. is a set of rules, often written, with regards to clothing.
  • If you think a woman is attractive, you can say she is …….
  • It is important to understand that the ……. we take are often contextual.
  • There are ……. non-sovereign states in the United States.
  • The majority of ……. clothing styles have started out as menswear.
  • Learning how to ……. yourself is an essential part of learning English.
  • Someone, who dresses fashionably, is stylish or …….
  • Newspapers are sometimes published in different …….
  • As a source of cheap and easily accessible ……. radio is matchless.
  • If someone has bad taste in clothes, you can say they are …….
  • Citizens have the ……. to participate in the political life of the state.
  • Individuals are social animals who are ……. by social preferences.
  • The Internet has ……. the way newspapers and magazines are read.
  • It is very useful to know how to ……. people.
  • One of northern England's most popular tourist ……., the medieval city of York, boasts one of the country's most magnificent cathedrals.
  • The best ……. to visit in England include beautifully preserved country estates and castles, world-class art galleries and museums.
  • Ancient Stonehenge has been a place of ……. for more than 4,500 years.
  • A ……. country is a country with a less developed industrial base.
  • ……. for museums comes from four major categories: government support, charitable giving, earned income, and investment income:
  • You can enjoy the colorful pomp of the Changing of the Guard or even take a ……. of the Palace's State Rooms.
  • One of the greatest pleasures of a UK ……. is just to explore its fascinating and diverse country side.
  • The youth must create a ……. between their academic performances, physical activities, and social media.
  • The city's most famous attraction is Canterbury ……., whish is the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
  • Empire State Building is an iconic part of New York City’s ……. since 1931 and standing 1,200 feet high.
  • Being one of the UK's smaller cities, Bath has been luring ……. to its healing waters for more than 2,000 years.
  • The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is one of Europe's most popular tourist ……
  • A ……. is a large structure, which is built to remind people of an event in history or of a famous person.
  • Brooklyn Bridge was opened in 1883 and now is one of the world’s most recognizable suspension bridges and a classic New York …….
  • The majority of museums are non-profit entities, which are financially supported through ……. and donations.
  • Royal Crescent is now a museum that offers a fascinating peek into life during ……. times.
  • Mount Rushmore is America’s most famous …….
  • The ……. town of Windsor offers plenty of fun things to do for tourists.
  • To fulfill its informative and educative functions a monument needs to be open to the …….
  • Cambridge and Oxford are the most famous ……. towns, which are rivals for the title as the country's top academic establishment.