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5. What are your predictions for the world in 3000? Share them with a classmate.

6. What would you say to show willingness to help in the following situations? Use the verbs in parentheses and answer in your notebook. The first one is done for you.

A visitor: It’s cold because the window is open.

You: I’ll close it.

• A relative: The phone is ringing.

You: A (get)

• A friend: The TV set is too loud.

You: B (turn down)

• Your teacher: I need help with the computer.

You: B (help)
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7. The song below by The Beatles presents some love promises. In your notebook, replace the letters with the right verb forms to complete the lyrics. Use these verbs:

will/feel/fill/find/love/wait



I Will

The Beatles

Who knows how long I’ A you,

You know I B you still,

C I D a lonely lifetime,

If you want me to I will.

For if I ever saw you,

I didn’t catch your name,

But it never really mattered,

I E always F the same.

Love you forever and forever,

Love you with all my heart;

Love you whenever we’re together,

Love you when we’re apart.

And when at last I G you,

Your song H the air,

Sing it loud so I can hear you,

Make it easy to be near you,

For the things you do endear you to me,

you know I will.



I will.

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ÁUDIO 19 8. Listen to the song and check your answers.

9. What love promises would you make?

Pronunciation spot – the /l / sound

ÁUDIO 19 1. Listen to the song one more time. Notice the /l/ sound while you listen to the recording.

2. Practice producing this sound reading lines of the song above as well as other sentences that you can find in this unit.
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Profession spot

CAREERS IN TELEVISION

Careers in television involve workers behind the cameras and in front of the cameras:



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Control room operators at Match TV studio in Russia, 2015.

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Actor Will Smith with host Jimmy Fallon during an interview on November 24, 2015.

Read the definitions for some TV careers. Then, in your notebook, complete the chart below with correct information.



A Actors interpret others’ words in order to bring a script to life, and to put flesh and blood on the characters they portray.

B Camera operators capture images, which involves receiving camera directions (usually over a headset) from the Director.

C Directors are responsible for the look and sound of a production and its technical standards; they interpret the Producer's and/or Writer's vision.

D Location managers research and assess suitable locations, negotiate contracts and payments, and present their findings to Producers and other decision makers.

E Network operations assistants co-ordinate the movements of program materials in and out of satellite and cable broadcasting organizations.

F Presenters work at the front line of television and radio. They introduce and host programs, read the news, interview people and report on issues and events.

G Production managers are responsible for all the organizational aspects of production scheduling and budgeting.

H Professional singers must perform the music given them to the best of their ability.

I Puppeteers bring inanimate objects to life in order to make them perform and interpret scripts with the same degree of integrity as actors.

J Researchers originate or develop program ideas, drawing on their knowledge and understanding of industry requirements, and present their findings to decision makers.

K Stand up comedians usually write, direct, and perform their own material.

L Stunt performers are employed to take actors' places when dangerous or specialized actions are specified in the script, or to perform roles requiring specific skills.

M Transmission engineers (or operations managers) supervise the transmission of all genres of television programs, working in the Master Control Room (MCR).

N Vision mixers edit programs live (as they are being transmitted or recorded), using a variety of transition methods, such as cuts, mixes, wipes, frame manipulation, etc.

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