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Anglistics Study Programme CE 2 Translation E-S WEEK 15 Anglistics Study Programme www. singidunum. ac. rs/admission
Anglistics Study Programme Focus on Topic: Advertising and the Media Grammar: defining and non-defining relative clauses; participle clauses
Anglistics Study Programme Speaking What are the good and bad things about online classes? Think about technology, homework, classmates, teachers, time and grades.
Anglistics Study Programme Useful Vocabulary • Regulatory /ˈreɡ. jə. lə. tɔːr. i/ - controlling: a regulatory body/organization • Tailored /ˈteɪ. ləd/ - made or changed especially to be suitable for a particular situation or purpose: The project clearly requires a tailored computer system. • Robust /rəʊˈbʌst/ - strong and unlikely to break or fail: Exports will continue to be bolstered by the robust economy. • Replicate /ˈrep. lɪ. keɪt/ - to make or do something again in exactly the same way: Researchers tried many times to replicate the original experiment.
Anglistics Study Programme Vocabulary 1. regulatory a. 2. affairs 3. issued b. c. 4. provider d. 5. pandemic e. 6. exploit 7. tailored f. g. 2/17/19 Make full use of and derive benefit from a resource. Matters of importance to someone or people. An organisation or business that makers available something for use. Serving or intended to control something to keep it in good order. Made or adapted for a particular purpose or person. Formally sent out or made known. Of a disease that is in many places over a whole country or the world.
Anglistics Study Programme Vocabulary 8. executive 9. exactly 10. campus 11. clarity 12. reasonable 13. outcomes 14. robust 2/17/19 h. The quality of being certain or definite. i. The grounds and buildings of a university or college. j. The way a thing turns out; a consequence. k. A person with senior managerial responsibility in a business organization. l. Without error or mistake (used to emphasize the accuracy of something). m. Of a process, system, organization, etc. able to survive or overcome very difficult conditions. n. Based on good sense.
Anglistics Study Programme SYNONYM MATCH 1. body 2. issued 3. depends on 4. exploit 5. replicate 6. warned 7. informing 8. absolute a. total b. make the most of c. results d. sent out e. cautioned f. copy g. rests on h. beforehand 9. in advance i. telling 10. outcomes j. organisation
Anglistics Study Programme PHRASE MATCH 1. regulatory 2. higher education a. outcomes b. will be online 3. be in-person or c. of teachers 4. depends on the proficiency d. as they can 5. announced all of its lessons e. to usual 6. be as clear 7. it's all going to be back 8. absolute 9. know what they are getting in 10. students receive good f. body g. advance h. providers i. clarity j. face-to-face
Anglistics Study Programme Translate the following text into Serbian UK colleges told to be truthful about online lessons A regulatory body in the UK that looks after student affairs has warned universities to be honest about online lessons. The Office for Students issued a request to higher education providers not to make promises that lessons from September will be in-person or face-to-face. Currently, thousands of institutions worldwide are delivering lessons online because of the coronavirus pandemic. The quality of these lessons quite often depends on the proficiency of teachers to successfully exploit video conferencing platforms to replicate a classroom experience. The body said: "Tailored support needs to be put in place. " Cambridge University has announced all of its lessons will be online until the summer of 2021.
Anglistics Study Programme Translate the following text into Serbian The Office for Students chief executive, Nicola Dandridge, warned universities and colleges to be "as clear as they can" when informing students of what kind of teaching situation they will receive. She said: "None of us knows exactly what is going to be happening in the autumn. What we don't want to see is promises that it's all going to be back to usual with an on-campus experience, when that is not the case. " She added: "The point here is absolute clarity to students so they know what they are getting in advance to accepting [university] offers. " She said that, "every reasonable effort" should be made to ensure that students, "receive good outcomes and that the quality of their teaching is robust". https: //breakingnewsenglish. com/200521 -online-lessons. html