Technical

The Internet (vocabulary practice)

  1. Fill in the gaps with the words given in brackets:
Windows, Anti-virus software, Backup, Resolution, Icon, Floppy Disc, Folder, RAM/ROM
  • 1.________ A program that finds and removes viruses from a computer.
  • 2.________ A copy on floppy disk or tape of files on a PC’s hard disk. A backup is used in case the hard disk file(s) are erased or damaged.
  • 3.________ A cheap, removable disk used for storing or transferring information. It is floppy (soft) because it is plastic.
  • 4._________ A sub-division of a computer’s hard disk into which you put files.
  • 5._________ A small image or picture on a computer screen that is a symbol for folders, disks, peripherals, programs etc.
  • 6._________Two types of memory. RAM (Random Access Memory) is the main memory used while the PC is working. RAM is temporary. ROM (Read Only Memory) is for information needed by the PC and cannot be changed.
  • 7._________The number of dots or pixels per inch (sometimes per centimetre) used to create the screen image.
  • 8._________An operating system used by the majority of PCs.

2) Collocations

Verbs + Equipment/ Invention

  1. buy _______________
  2. devise _____________
  3. upgarde ___________
  4. install _____________
  5. originate ___________
  6. buy _______________
  7. patent _____________
  8. operate ____________

3) Save, Find or Go?

  1. ________ time
  2. ________ a partner
  3. ________ mad
  4. ________ the answer
  5. ________ a solution
  6. ________ someone’s life
  7. ________ a replacement
  8. ________ a file

Business

Practice (vocabulary): Time management

I Fill in the blanks using the given words.

postpone, piles, handle, schedule, negotiate, anticipate, assertively, take time
  1. I had a big problem with the delivery boy. He was so pushy; I just couldn’t refuse him any time he comes. I had to learn to say NO _____________.
  2. Sorry, Matt. I can’t go out tonight. There are ___________ of paper waiting for me. I have so much work to do.
  3. We have given the product price. They believe that the price is too high. We should ____________ and try to compromise.
  4. Don’t hurry your decisions. _____________ to inspect all possible solutions and consequences.
  5. Oh, I can’t make it! I have so much work to do. I think I will _____________ the Monday’s meeting for Tuesday.
  6. Having a fixed ____________ is a useful thing. You just follow the steps and finish the tasks as planned.
  7. Good managers never ______________ what their employees can do. They delegate the job and watch them doing it.
  8. If you cannot _____________ big projects, break them into smaller bits so you can work with it more easily.

II Match the phrases and their meanings.

trust
rarely
lack
postpone
expert
fall behind
throw away
create
miss, not have
delay, put off
specialist, professional
delete, remove
produce, make, invent
faith, confidence, reliance
fail to keep the pace
seldom

III Odd word out.

  1. MANAGER/ DIRECTOR/EXPERT/EMPLOYER/ ROYALTY
  2. INCOME/ SALARY/PENSION/REDUNDANCY/BONUS
  3. PROVIDE/BENEFIT/ABUSE/SUPPLY/EARN
  4. COMMUTE/REFERENCE/APPLICATION/INTERVIEW/CV
English 2

Practice 1 (Vocab/grammar)

I Vocabulary. Use the right word:

  • 1. What is your favourite ___________?
  • A) meal B) dish C) lunch D) diet
  • 2. Before cooking, you must _________ the potato.
  • A) peel B) stock C) mash D) roast
  • 3. Women speak more and they are very ___________ in speech.
  • A) fluent B) fluently C) talkative D) gossiping
  • 4. All men should do their share of the _____________.
  • A) housework B) business C) ironing D) cleaning
  • 5. Telling a lie, and especially being caught out, seems to make a very strong ________ on us.
  • A) impression B) deceive C) cheat D) aggression
  • 6. If you are well-educated you have a good chance to get __________ with your lies.
  • A) along B) gone C) over D) away
  • 7. I can’t remember her name it’s on the tip of my ________.
  • A) feet B) arm C) language D) tongue
  • 8. Attractive people are sometimes considered ________.
  • A) illiterate B) dismature C) uncorrect D) irresponsible

II Express wishes for the given statements:

  1. I’m too tall for my age.
  2. It’s a shame we don’t have a DVD.
  3. Oh, it’s raining again!
  4. Don’t shout all the time, it’s annoying!
  5. I broke my favourite vase.
  6. She was late for the film last night.

III Turn the given sentences into indirect speech:

  1. “I am grateful to you for your kind words.”
  1. “Have you ever been to Japan before?”
  1. “Don’t just stand there!”
  1. “She speaks Italian a little and some good French, too.”
  1. “Sit here, please.”
  1. “Where does Tom Barnes live?”
  1. “Sam always wanted to build a treehouse and he will do that once.”
  1. “I can’t do that, I am very busy.”
  1. “Where is the post office?”
  1. “I know you are lying to me about the project.”
English 1

Test 1 (Grammar/Vocab) group D

I Fill in the blanks using the correct tense of the verbs in brackets:

  1. My sister and I ___________ (be) very close. We ___________ (share) secrets and we _____________ (not, fight).
  2. He _____________ (not, call) last night because he ____________ (be) busy.
  3. The evening was quite nice. After I _____________ (make) myself a sandwich, I __________ (turn) on the TV and ____________ (watch) a series.
  4. Bob ______________ (never, be) to Japan before, although he ______________ (like) traveling a lot.
  5. What ________________ (you, do) when the storm _______________ (happen)? – I ___________________ (read) a book in my bedroom.
  6. I _________________ (think) of moving to Belgrade. Life in a small town _________ (be, not) what I want.
  7. My best friend _______________ (study) every day, but I _____________ (not, can) do that.
  8. Hey, Dave, the phone ______________ (ring)! Can you answer it?
  9. We ______________ (live) here since 2001, and we ________________ (not, plan) to move.

II Use verbs do, make, spend, have, sign, iron, work, receive, to get the right meaning of the phrases:

  1. ________________ time
  2. ________________ the clothes
  3. ________________ letters
  4. ________________ the shopping
  5. ________________ the documents
  6. ________________ an attempt
  7. ________________ dinner
  8. ________________ long hours

III Fill in using one preposition only:

  1. They got married ______ 22nd November 2014.
  2. I was born _______ summer.
  3. What do you think _________ my new coat?
  4. How much money did you spend ________the books?
  5. I love shopping and I never look __________ the price.
  6. Sarah planned __________ eat a steak and some salad.
  7. Do you turn _________ your TV when you go to bed the evenings?
  8. I have a new printer __________ the office desk.

IV Fill in the gaps using the given words. There is one word extra which you do not need to use.

baker confident contract wrong appliances drawings machinery set up shy
  1. Tesla left many ______________ and projects which are kept in special books.
  2. My first neighbour is a _____________, so I always buy bread in his shop.
  3. Since Dave decided to ____________ a company, he went to the bank to ask for a loan.
  4. All doctors must keep their patients’ histories _____________.
  5. I don’t know what I am doing _____________! It just never seems to be right!
  6. If we didn’t have electricity, we could never use any of the household _____________.
  7. All details about your business plan should be written down in a ____________.
  8. Although we may think the Brits are reserved, they are in fact very ___________.

V Correct the mistakes in the sentences:

  1. The Queen always is having meetings at noon.
  2. I’m having two brothers and one sister.
  3. Soldiers serve drinks in a bar.
  4. The match was started at 7.30.
  5. I didn’t can help him with his car last night.
  6. We all enjoy to have parties.
  7. Have Sara ever been to Italy?
  8. You haven’t enough money for the book.
English 1

Test 1(Grammar/Vocab) group C

I Fill in the blanks using the correct tense of the verbs in brackets:

  1. John (work) _______________ hard yesterday when his sister (call) _____________ him.
  2. A: What kind of food (you, like) _________________ eating?
  3. B: I (not, like) _________________ seafood but I (be) ______________ good at preparing it. In fact, we (have) _________________ a nice lobster for dinner last night.
  4. A: Hey, what (Sam, do) ____________________?
  5. B: He (watch) __________________ TV. He (just, take) ________________ a shower and he (go) _________________ to bed now.
  6. The Chinese (invent) ________________ chess many centuries ago.
  7. They (read) _______________ the whole afternoon, but they (not, finish) ______________ yet.
  8. The manager (come) _________________ to my office yesterday and (ask) ________________ me about the project I (work) ___________________ on. I (not, give) _______________ him the right answers so he (leave) ________________ quite upset.
  9. My cousin Diana (live) _______________in London in future, and she (work) _____________ as an account there.

II Use verbs make, get, stay, do, meet, read, speak, watch, to get the right meaning of the phrases:

  1. ________________ the newspapers
  2. ________________ up early
  3. ________________ TV
  4. ________________ the housework
  5. ________________ in bed late
  6. ________________ freely
  7. ________________ money
  8. ________________ your friends

III Fill in using one preposition only:

  1. My grandfather died ________ 1987.
  2. The school starts ________ 7,30.
  3. Let’s meet ______ the bus stop.
  4. I completely agree _______ you.
  5. He depends _______ his parents to give him money.
  6. You’ve left your towel _______ the floor. Pick it up.
  7. Do you like skiing ______ winter?
  8. My Math classes are ______ Wednesdays.

IV Fill in the gaps using the given words. There is one word extra which you do not need to use.

Because emigrated legs reveal appliances worth mechanic embarrassing head
  1. Kate Middleton is pregnant, but they didn’t want to __________ the truth to the public.
  2. My father is a _____________ and he fixes cars and other vehicles.
  3. Colin is very excited ______________ he is meeting his uncle for the first time.
  4. Do you know what these electrical _____________ are used for?
  5. Nikola Tesla _____________ to USA in 1884.
  6. It was so _______________ when I slipped on a banana peel and fell down on the ground.
  7. You may not earn a lot of money but you may be __________ a lot as a person.
  8. Amnesia usually happens when you hit or hurt your _____________.

V Correct the mistakes in the sentences:

  1. I don’t like fish because I always eat it.
  2. See you guys on next week!
  3. You were went to school earlier yesterday.
  4. Why is the people standing here?
  5. Cooks educate kids at schools.
  6. We enjoy in listening to music.
  7. The boys talked a lot while the film.
English 1

Test 1 (Grammar/Vocab) group B

I Put the verbs in brackets into correct tense:

  • 1. Last winter I (go) ____________to Spain with my sister. We (be) ________very satisfied with our holiday. Also, we (not, spend) ________________ to much money.
  • 2. Sara (not, finish) ______________ her homework yet.
  • 3. We (play) ________________ football last Friday when it (start) ____________ to rain.
  • 4. English (be) ______________ the most popular language in the world.
  • Bob (not, work) _____________ on Fridays, but today he (work) _______________ because he (have) _____________ too many papers to finish.
  • 6. How long (you, live) ____________________ in Germany? – For 13 years.
  • 7. Does Tina have any plans for the summer? –Yes, she (visit) _______________ Rome this year.
  • 8. A: (go, you) _______________ to the concert last night
  • B: Yes! I (must) ___________ go! I love that band!
  • A: (be) _________ it good? – Yes, I really (enjoy) _____________ it.
  • 9. A: It’s a secret. You are the only person who knows.
  • B: Don’t worry. I (not tell) ______________ anyone. You can trust me.
  • 10. While I (try) _____________ to study the other night, somebody (make) ________________ too much noise. I (can not) _________________ study at all.

II Use verbs feel, rent, take, have, make, hold, order, go to get the right meaning of the phrase:

  1. ________________ camping
  2. ________________ a bicycle
  3. ________________ a bed
  4. ________________ some food
  5. ________________ sorry for sb
  6. ________________ photos
  7. ________________ hands
  8. ________________ a great time

III Fill in using one preposition only:

  1. They got married ______ St Valentine’s Day.
  2. I was born _______21st October.
  3. What do you think _________ my new coat?
  4. How much money did you spend ________the books?
  5. I hate shopping and I never try things ________.
  6. Sarah asked __________ a steak and some salad.
  7. Do you eat a lit _________ the evenings?
  8. I have a cofee mashine __________ work.

IV Fill in the gaps using the given words. There is one word extra which you do not need to use.

Leather, common, complain, rare, customs, flirting, get on well, election, image
  1. All girls love ______________ when their boyfriends are not around.
  2. My brother and I usually ______________ but sometimes we have some serious problems.
  3. Seeing a teenager carrying an expensive smart phone is a ____________ picture nowadays.
  4. I am planning to buy myself a black _____________ jacket.
  5. All the people were waiting for the ______________ results hoping to see their candidate win.
  6. I like when my sausages are well done, not ___________.
  7. Before you board your flight you have to go through the _____________.
  8. Parents usually _____________ that their kids are not listening to what they say.

V Correct the mistakes in the sentences:

  1. We were late so we taked the taxi.
  2. Hostel is a place which you can rent a room.
  3. I am so exciting when I see that my girl is relaxed.
  4. I couldn’t find my glasses nowhere.
  5. My best friends Steve study Mechanical Engineering.
  6. Some of us didn’t gave all the exams last semester.
Essays

The Wire

Up until the past 15 years or so, television series were firmly episodic.  Serialized TV (outside of mini-series) risked alienating viewers since it stopped anyone from coming in mid-season.  However, with the rise of DVDs, OnDemand, and digital downloads, serialized TV series have become firmly established.  Some shows still retain an episodic nature, but some series—particularly dramas—have been built around telling one long story over the course of an entire season.  Our new feature, Seasoned, will review a TV series by season rather than by episode.

And we couldn’t think of a better kick-off to this feature than HBO’s The Wire.  Hit the jump for my review of the groundbreaking drama’s first season.

Before I begin my review of The Wire, I would like to establish two important points regarding my viewing experience.  First, I previously saw the first three seasons of the series, but it was several years ago, and I can only remember the broadest aspects of the plot.  For a show where the devil is in the details, my review will basically be a first viewing.  This leads to my second point: I am purposely avoiding outside commentary on Season One because it may reveal plot points about the other seasons, and I would like my viewing to be as fresh as possible.

In June 2002, HBO began airing The Wire, a police drama unlike any that had come before.  Created by former Baltimore police reporter David Simon and former homicide detective Ed Burns, the show blasted apart every cliché and comfort of the standard police procedural.  Simon had already begun picking apart the genre with his series Homicide: Life on the Street, but The Wire went far beyond the perspective of cops.

Set in Baltimore (a city where Simon had the greatest familiarity) and with the blessing of the city’s mayor, the show took an unflinching look at the intersection of police investigations, criminal organizations, social issues, and the politics in between.  The show rarely, if ever, took a hard stance on characters simply being “good” or “evil”, although some were portrayed as more admirable than others.  It’s a series based around compromise, and exploring the morality and necessity behind those compromises. Furthermore, The Wire tends to function more as social observation rather than social commentary.  Simon and Burns refuse to provide answers or solutions because the story proves there’s no quick fix when it comes to a complex web of conflicts, and, more importantly, to human nature.

The self-destructive nature of Homicide Detective Jimmy McNulty (Dominic West) begins our journey into the complicated world of Baltimore’s cops and criminals.  Westside drug kingpin Avon Barksdale (Wood Harris) has left a string of bodies as collateral damage in his criminal operation.  After McNulty watches Avon’s nephew D’Angelo (Larry Gilliard) escape conviction due to witness intimidation, he brings his grievances to Judge Phelan (Peter Gerety), and says that the murders will continue until Avon is brought to justice.  Phelan uses his political might to push the Deputy Commissioner Ervin Burrell (Frankie Faison) to create a detail to investigate Barksdale.  Burrell tells the detail’s leader, Lieutenant Cedric Daniels (Lance Reddick), to keep the investigation brief and contained, but McNulty’s constant needling and the mounting evidence against Barksdale expands the scope of the case.

Most police dramas would focus simply on the work of the detail, and would barely acknowledge the criminal organization or the political factors guiding and obstructing the investigation.  In The Wire, these elements are not only acknowledged, but deemed essential.  Much like the cops, the criminals have a clear organizational structure but it’s far more streamlined and functional than what the police (or “po-leece” in the dialect of both the cops and criminals) have.  Avon is the top dog, Stringer Bell (Idris Elba) is his smart and steady second-in-command, and then there are lieutenants who function both as muscle and overseers of various parts of the drug-dealing locations.  DeAngelo is demoted from the Towers to “The Pit”, which makes less money and forces DeAngelo to function as both a boss and a mentor to the teenage dealers Poot Carr (Tray Chaney),Bodie Broadus (J.D. Williams), and Wallace (Michael B. Jordan).  Of course, violence is also a strong factor in keeping the ranks in line.  As Detective Thomas “Herc” Hauk (Domenick Lombardozzi) points out to his partner Ellis Carver (Seth Gilliam), the cops will never “win” because the criminals’ system of promotion and punishment is far more powerful than what the Baltimore Police Department can dish out.

The Wire is a deeply complicated show and I could spend pages going through every plot development and character motive.  But this isn’t meant to be a recap.  This is an outline of the organizations in play: The Law, The Politics, and The Criminals.  Although the show’s title is a literally a reference to the wiretapping the detail used to build their case against Barksdale, it’s figuratively about the wires that interconnect and crossover the various aspects of the show.  For example, the detail works with Omar Little (Michael K. Williams) in order to bring down Barksdale even though Omar is a criminal who participates not under pressure or threats, but because he wants revenge against Barksdale for the brutal retaliatory murder of Omar’s partner and boyfriend.  The detail also works with Bubbles (Andre Royo), a drug addict who volunteers as a criminal informant in order to punish Barksdale’s crew for stomping on his friend.

In a standard police procedural, there’s no cooperation.  There’s only intimidation.  The cops hang a charge over a criminal’s head and the criminal either agrees to inform or they go to jail.  In order to keep the plot moving forward, the criminal usually agrees to work with the cops.  That kind of intimidation exists on The Wire, but it’s used not only as a means of coercion, but also a means of unsanctioned punishment giving way to straight-up police brutality.  When Detective Greggs (Sonja Sohn), a smart and honorable investigator on the detail, tries to get a hitter Barksdale’s crew to cop to a murder and flip on his boss, the perp only throws hateful epithets her way.  This behavior is greeted a severe beat-down by Greggs and two more cops inside the interrogation room.  He deserves it, but we’d like to think cops are above such brutality.  And in a normal cop show, such brutality would become the defining issue of an episode, and the cop would be punished.  In The Wire, it’s fairly commonplace, and so are other short-cuts.  There are no straight-arrow po-lice on the show, and if there were, they’d be totally ineffective.

So are Greggs and her cohorts corrupt?  Are they unfit for duty?  Shouldn’t they be above such behavior?  The Wire doesn’t quibble with these issues as plot points because the show isn’t about moralizing.  The show lives and breathes in the grey area, and it leaves the moral judgments to the viewer.  That’s not to say that a character’s morality doesn’t affect their circumstances.  If placed in a dramatic range, The Wire would absolutely be a tragedy.  Some of the characters are doomed by their own personalities and moral code.  McNulty’s anti-authority streak, short temper, and self-righteousness mean he’ll always hurt himself, and his resultant self-loathing will push away those around him.  D’Angelo and Wallace show empathy in a game that has no patience for it, and both suffer and, in the case of Wallace, die as a result.

Essays

Superman

Of the many superheroes that exist in American culture, I choose Superman, the Superman from the first major motion picture. Before I begin talking about what Superman represents though it is good to define what a superhero is. Any superhero worth his or her tights has certain characteristics. They must have super powers, and usually a secret identity, an archenemy, sure success, and of course an unlikely sidekick. Superman possesses much of these traits but some of them are stronger than others. One of the major problems I saw in this movie was how lame Superman’s secret identity is, a pair of black-rimmed glasses. Lois Lane must have been as dumb as a box of rocks not to see right though them, but I guess this is sort of the willing suspension of disbelief we talked about in class.

Being Superman is the childhood fantasy of every little boy and girl (they of course want to be supergirl). He is an accurate representation of the American dream, the young immigrant who comes to the United States; he fits right in and embraces the culture, makes something of himself, and enriches his adopted nation. He is a classical hero in the modern age who fights criminals, rescues the helpless and has a sense of morals and justice just as strong as he is. He fits in perfectly in the American arena of heroes. He displays kindness, by helping the little girl get her cat out of the tree. Another trait was his hard work at the Daily Planet. He also has great respect for his adopted parents. I found it interesting when his real father, Jor-EL, told him to hold onto his heritage even though he would be in a new environment. I believe that this is an American ideal in itself. He told Lois Lane to never lie. I could go on and on, but simply put Superman stood for “truth, justice, and the American Way.”.

The birth origins of Superman were extremely fundamental. He was born on the planet Krypton. This planet has surpassed Earth’s technological advances so greatly, but is doomed to devastation by a huge meteorite.

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Frankenreads 2018

Challenge

Frankenstein damatization setting and an exhibition corner

The Keats-Shelley Association of America invited Englit to take part in the international initiative Frankenreads to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the first publication of Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein.
A series of events was designed to call us to actively participate in the celebration: after the Franken-robots, Franken-book cover and Franken-IT workshops were organized, all inspired by Mary Shelley’s novel, were exhibited at the Frankenbition.

Solution

However, the focus of the event was a dramatic enactment of an imaginary interview with Mary Shelley on the success of her novel: Frankenstein 200 years after: a question of authorship. This dramatization in English was written and performed by students, adapted to reflect the 18th-century scene and costume. Finally, the event ended with the public reading of the novel.

The evening of the final event

Results

A three-day event of 200 years of Frankenstein – re-invented by technology, organized at TCC was a complete success. In the total of 603 events worldwide, we were happy to partake such a huge international initiative with our creative approach to the celebration. At the same time, we helped spread the awareness of the first sci-fi novel and its contemporary implications. We were honoured to be the only institution from the Balkans that participated in the Frankenreads.

A moving Franken-robot
Miloš Ćeriman, First Prize for the Best Franken-Book cover
Official Frankenreads programme at Technical College Čačak