среда, 5 декабря 2012 г.

Rendering of the Article

Plan for Rendering an Article1. The title of the article.2. The author of the article; where and when the article was published.3. The main idea of the article.4. The contents of the article. Some facts, names, figures.5. Your opinion of/on the article.1.a) The article is headlined ....b) The headline of the article I have read is ...2.a) The author of the article is ...b) The article is written by ...c) It is (was) published in ...d) it is (was) printed in ...

3.a) The main idea of the article is ...b) The article is about ...c) The article is devoted to ...d) The article deals with ...e) The article touches upon ...f) The purpose of the article is to give the reader some information on ...g) The aim of the article is to provide the reader with some facts/material/data on ...4.a) The author starts by telling (the reader) (about, that ...)b) The author writes (states, stresses upon, thinks, points out) that ...c) The article describes ...d) According to the text ...e) Further the author reports (says) that ...f) The article goes on to say that ...g) In conclusion ...h) The author comes to the conclusion that ....5.a) I find/found the article topical=urgent (interesting, important, dull, of no value, too hard to understand ...) because ....b) In my opinion the article is worth reading because ....

PHRASES FOR RENDERING A NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
· The article I am going to render comes from the Moscow News/ Moscow Times/… issue
· The author(s) of the article is (are) …
· The story / article deals with / is concerned with
o describes / examines / reveals / exposes
o dwells on / explains / addresses / discusses
o presents / covers / outlines / states
o offers / considers / looks into / treats
· The problems addressed in the article are acute / urgent / vital / burning.
· The action takes place in ...
· The story is set in ...
· The scene is laid in …
· As the story unfolds, ...
· The story centres round ...
· ... is the main thread of the story.
· The article deals with the burning problems of life: politics,
economics, education, marriage, and so on.
· The author’s attitude is a broad reflector of the aims, confusions,
concerns, ideas, and attitudes of ...
· The article is marked with pessimism/optimism.
· The author gives an account of...
· The author's attention is focused on ...
· The author remains concentrated on these problems throughout the article.
· The article is/ I find this article interesting / entertaining / exciting
/ gripping / amusing / enjoyable / funny / witty / banal / skillfully
developed / slow-moving / fast-moving/topical/outdated/boring...

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