- Slides: 14
Anglistics Study Programme WEEK 2 Translation E - S Jovana Bošković, MA Anglistics Study Programme www. singidunum. ac. rs/admission
Anglistics Study Programme WEEK 2 v. Festivals discussion v. Watching a video on Top 5 music festivals in the world v. Additional vocabulary and dialogue translation v. Translation of Week 2 text v. Festival word search v. Focus on Present Simple and Present Progressive v. Measurements v. Homework
Anglistics Study Programme DISCUSSION v. Watching a video on top 5 music festivals. v. Which music festivals exist nowadays? v. Is entertainment in the main focus of festivals? v. Have you ever had the opportunity to go to a festival? Domestic or foreign? v. Talk about your experiences.
Anglistics Study Programme
Anglistics Study Programme W v Crowd-surfing ü The activity of lying flat while being passed over the heads of the audience at a rock concert, typically after having jumped from the stage. Katy Perry has shared a video showing her crowd surfing at Glastonbury festival. Surfovanje po publici v Soundboard, n. ü The area in the middle of the concert area where all the sound equipment is located. I always stand in front of the soundboard area when I go to Beer fest. Ograđen prostor za ozvučenje v Lineup/line-up, n. ü A group of people or things brought together in a particular context, especially the members of a sports team or a group of musicians or other entertainers. ‘Full schedule details of the new line-up will be announced shortly. ’ Postava, sastav
Anglistics Study Programme MUSIC FESTIVALS VOCABULARY v. Stage n. v. Lineup n. v. Headliners n. v. Schedule n. v. Stage/main stage n. v. Go from strength to strength phrase v. Fan n. v. Three-day event phrase v. Sold out phrase v. Act n. v. New talent phrase v. Profit-making adj. v. Live adv. v. Simultaneously adv. v. Perform v. Wristband n. v. Supporting act phrase v. Crowd-surfing n. v. Soundboard, n. v. Merchandise n. v. Vendor
Anglistics Study Programme DIALOGUE TRANSLATION A: Are you going to the festival this weekend? B: I’m not sure… The lineup is really good this year, but it’s pretty expensive. How about you? A: I think I’m going. All of the headliners are great, so I think it will be worth it. B: Yeah, that’s a good point. I just want to wait and see the schedule. They always have two bands I want to see play at the same time! A: That happens at every festival! I just like to stay at the main stage anyways. There’s always something good on there and there are plenty of vendors around. B: Good idea. I like to stand back by the soundboard because it’s usually not too crowded there. A: Maybe I’ll see you there! But you’d better get your tickets soon. I heard it’s almost sold out.
Anglistics Study Programme VOCABULARY LIST v on sale, phrase ‘ A product which is on sale is offered for purchase ‘ Tickets for the concert are going on sale this Friday. The November issue is on sale now. v vast, adj. ‘Extremely big. ‘ A vast plain full of orchards. Like the vast majority of parents, they do what they consider to be the best for their children. A couple of people objected to the proposal, but the vast majority approved of it. Synonyms: extensive, gigantic, colossal. v grounds, plural noun ‘An area of enclosed land that surrounds a building. ‘ The university grounds. We strolled around hospital grounds. Synonyms: estate, gardens, parkland.
Anglistics Study Programme VOCABULARY LIST v fallow, adj. ‘Characterised by inaction, unproductive. ‘ Long, fallow periods when nothing seems to happen. ‘ Left unseeded after being ploughed and harrowed to regain fertility, to recover. ‘ Fallow year allows the ground to recover from the excessive stomping of the thousands festivalgoers that annually attend. Synonyms: inactive, dormant, uncultivated, resting. v renowned, adj. ‘Known or talked about by a vast number of people. ‘ The region is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty. A renowned author. Synonyms: famous, celebrated, distinguished,
Anglistics Study Programme MEASUREMENTS v SI unit A unit of measurement that is part of a system used for scientific and technical work all over the world The SI unit of length is the metre. v 1 inch (in. and sometimes “) A unit of linear measure equal to one twelfth of a foot (2. 54 cm) He had a cut an inch long above his left eye. A piece of wood 2″ by 2″. v 1 foot (ft and sometimes ‘ ‘’) A unit of linear measure equal to 12 inches (30. 48 cm) She is five feet/foot three inches tall. She is 5′ 3″ tall.
Anglistics Study Programme MEASUREMENTS v 1 yard (yd) A unit of linear measure equal to 3 feet or 0. 9144 metres or 91, 44 cm The garden of their new house is 30 yards in length. A cricket pitch is 22 yards long. v Mile (ml. ) A unit of linear measure equal to 1, 760 yards and approximately 1. 6 kilometres. Each village is considered to own three miles into the forest in every direction. The speed limit is 30 miles an/per hour. v 1 metre (m) A unit of measurement of length equal to 100 centimeters or 39. 37 inches The bomb shelter has concrete walls that are three metres thick. She won the 100 metres (= a race run over this distance) at the Olympics.
Anglistics Study Programme MEASUREMENTS v 1 hectare (ha) A unit of measurement of an area of land equal to 10, 000 m 2 Farmers plan to earn an extra £ 30 per hectare by joining a basic environmental scheme. v 1 are (ar) A metric unit of measurement, equal to 100 square metres. v 1 acre (ac) A unit of linear measure equal to: The college is surrounded by 70 acres of parkland. 4047 square meters 4840 square yards 43, 560 square feet 0. 404686 hectares 1640 th of a square mile
Anglistics Study Programme PRESENT SIMPLE vs. PRESENT PROGRESSIVE 1) Students at Singidunum ______ (LEARN) English this year. 2) Her children ______ (WORK) for a new company in town. 3) She usually ______ (CALL) at 7 p. m. 4) She _____ (CALL, ALWAYS) me while I _______. (SLEEP) 5) Water _____ (BOIL) at 100 °C. 6) Recycling ____ (BECOME) more and more popular nowadays. 7) Neymar ____ (PASS) the ball to Buffon. 8) The train from Belgrade ____ (ARRIVE) at 5 p. m. 9) I ____ (HATE) nosy neighbours. 10)This meal _____ (TASTE) delicious. 11)My mum _____ (TASTE) the soup right now. _____ (WORRY, NOT), it isn’t spicy. 12) Oh, no. There _______ (GO) my ride! 13)Sorry, I can’t talk right now. I ______ (RUN). 14)Sally and Mark _______ (TO BE) her real parents. 15)My sister _______ (TEACH) me to swim this weekend.
Anglistics Study Programme BIBLIOGRAPHY v https: //www. google. rs/search? q=translation&rlz=1 C 1 CHBF_en. RS 795&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0 ah. UKEwixxb. LL 9_bd. Ah VC 2 a. QKHdr. JCRg. Q_AUIDig. B&biw=1280&bih=689#imgrc=XI 7 k 9 czf. BXpw 3 M: v http: //www. politika. rs/sr/clanak/111054/Velingtonke-na-tufnice v https: //www. google. rs/search? q=belef&rlz=1 C 1 CHBF_en. RS 795&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0 ah. UKEwim 1 ZWw_bd. Ah. VO 3 a. QKHUTt. Dx 8 Q_AUIDig. B&biw=1280&bih=640#imgdii=u. VSRJGy. TZ 0 Iio. M: &imgrc=eh. Mfcn. S 5 Dl 8 eh. M: v https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=5 i. Y 9 d 3 u. VP_A v https: //www. google. rs/search? q=festivals+in+the+world&rlz=1 C 1 CHBF_en. RS 795&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0 ah. UKEwj. O x. Naog. Pfd. Ah. VOya. QKHZKn. A 20 Q_AUIDig. B&biw=1280&bih=689#imgrc=Gh. TIU 76 Tew 0 W 2 M: v http: //www. politika. rs/sr/clanak/111054/Velingtonke-na-tufnice v https: //www. google. com/search? q=words&tbm=isch&ved=2 ah. UKEwi. S 1 OT_vs 3 k. Ah. UKq. LQKHd 5_Do. AQ 2 c. Ceg. QIABAA&oq=words&gs_l=img. 3. . 0 l 6 j 0 i 7 i 30 l 4. 12554. . 12881. . . 0. 0. 157. 0 j 1. . . 0. . 1. . gws-wizimg. Sysc 3 AZkm. LI&ei=QGJ 7 XZK 0 MIr. Q 0 g. Xe_7 m. ACA&bih=689&biw=1280&rlz=1 C 1 CHBF_en. RS 795#imgrc=For. GY 6 YUz 6 u 4 VM v https: //nepschool. com/en/posts/concerts-english-vocabulary/