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Information and Communication Technology Skills

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Answer the following questions
  1. What is an antibiotic?
  2. What are superbugs?
  3. what is meant by drug-resistant bacteria?
  4. What is the meaning of the word ‘synthetic’?
  5. What is necessary for the cell growth?

Practical usage of the word about

  1. To see about – I want to buy an Electric car, but I will see about that later.
  2. To get information – I called a shop to find out about an inverter AC.
    • She called the school to enquire about her son’s grades.
  3. She asked about the new car that I bought last month.
  4. I called ABX company to find out about the mixer cost.
  5. I know about Artificial Intelligence.
  6. Clara is learning about new business software.
  7. What do you say about, our vacation plans?
  8. She knows a little about the Camera mechanism.
  9. Harry knows a lot about English movies.
  10. Shane knows nothing about Mobile phone circuits.
  11. I know something about the laptop mechanism.
  12. My brother knows very little about this city.

English vocab quiz

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The quiz begins now. Each answer carries 10 points, The time for each answer is 10 seconds.

  1. Find out a word, that starts with ‘P’ and is similar or near similar to the word Artist.
  2. Find out a word, that starts with ‘P’ and is similar or near similar to the word May be.
  3. Find out a word, that starts with ‘P’ and is similar or near similar to the word Likely.
  4. Find out a word, that starts with ‘P’ and is similar or near similar to the word Good-looking.
  5. Find out a word, that starts with ‘P’ and is similar or near similar to the word Picture.
LESSONS
  1. Lesson 1
  2. Lesson 2
LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS
  1. Conversations Part 1
Worksheet 4
Conversation Part 1
Conversation 1

First Person: “Hi, my name is Sam. It’s nice to meet you.”
Second Person: “I’m Jim. It’s a pleasure to meet you, Steve.”
First Person: “What do you do for a living Jim?”
Second Person: “I work at the bank.” or “I work for a bank.”

Conversation 2

First Person: “What is your name?”
Second Person: “Johnson.”
First Person: “What was that again?” Second Person A: J-o-h-n-s-o-n

Conversation 3

First Person: “Hey Jim, how have you been?”
Second Person: “What a surprise. I haven’t seen you in a long time. How have you been?”
First Person: “I’m doing very well. How about you?”
Second Person: “I finally have got some free time. I just finished a big examination, and I’m so relieved that I’m done with it.”

Conversation 4

First person: “I see Jack over there by the newspaper stand.”
Second person: “I’m going to the library.”
First person: “I’m on my way home.”
Second person: “Jill is stopping by now.”
First person: “The meeting is starting now.”
Second person: “The manager is waiting for you in her office.”
First person “Tell the receptionist that you are here to see Mr. Bill.”

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Lesson 2 – Modal verb usage

Modal verbs are used to convey expressions like permission, possibility, request, order, obligation, etc. Almost all the model verbs do not follow the subject-verb agreement rule, so it’s easier to speak or write sentences using modal verbs compared to other structures.

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Lesson 1 – Appointment Making Phrases

When people wish to visit a doctor or officials, or someone they should fix the time of the meeting (appointment) with the person or person’s assistant, this method is called ‘making an appointment’ .Appointments are usually made over the phone.

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Worksheet 3

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Worksheet 2

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Work Sheet – 1

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