“Language and Career”

24 марта студенты Института иностранной филологии Таврической академии Крымского федерального университета приняли участие во Всероссийской научно-практической конференции “Language and Career”, проходившей на базе Севастопольского государственного университета.
Конференция, организованная СевГУ в партнерстве с КФУ имени В.И.Вернадского, филиалом МГУ имени М.В.Ломоносова (г.Севастополь), Российским государственным социальным университетом (г.Москва) и Новосибирским техническим государственным университетом, собрала 160 студентов из 30 ведущих вузов России, Белоруссии и Украины. Continue reading “Language and Career”

More Info On The Present Tenses

My dear 1st year students! To learn more about the Present Simple and the Present Continuous tenses continue reading the post. Watch the videos, do the tasks and do not forget to leave your comments. They have to contain 6-10 sentences and express your thoughts on what you have done learning the tenses.

Self-study

My dear 1st yeat students! Continue reading the post to get access to the materials  on Nouns, Articles, and Adjectives published in the previous years.

After doing the necessary watching and listening activities leave your comments below the corresponding post. Your writing the comments could probably be easier if you followed the plan:1) Write what you liked most of all (in terms of learning/revising the material). 2) Write which of Continue reading Self-study

TB reemergies

My 3d year students! I have selected some information on the subject of tuberculosis epidemic that we started speaking about. The first video from Global Current explains how TB is spread all over the world. It also provides facts about drug resistant TB which is a growing problem in this country.
Learning about the symptoms of TB saves lives! The video called “85% can save lives” (ECDC Channel) is just about that. Watch it and you will see how effective prevention is.
And another video (from TTATBWeb) in a very simple way illustrates which symptoms should be taken seriously if you think you have a common cold. It might be TB!