Лингвосинергетическая трактовка учебно-педагогического дискурса



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1. - Everybody is fine. Right, everybody is fine. Well… Am I right? I understand that last night you were at the Covent Garden Theatre? Is it right?

- Yes!


- Oh, people! That’s fantastic! You are really popular… really popular. Did you applaud? Oh, there. Ok. Yeach.

Did she dance better yesterday than before? You can say so or…



  • I think she is…

  • Congratulations! People, you all were at the Covent Garden. But were you there?

- I was busy.

- You were busy. I see. Well, and you know what. Last night… I’m sorry, Chris. I can’t come to the theater. I was a little tired. But I’ll come next time.

2. I never watch television… practically… but last night I felt like watching television. I switched on the TV set and… Do you know who I saw? I saw an interview. / And can you guess?

- Joy.


- Yes. Right. Right. Joy. Just at the moment when I switched on my TV set she was interviewing a very famous dietician.

- Can you tell us about it?

- So, dietician told the TV viewers a lot about healthy food and unhealthy food, about keep-fit program, and … the most interesting fact is… You won’t believe it. He himself… I mean the dietician… is a wonderful example of his new life program. He has changed a lot, you know… his appearance. He says… he says, at least. All right? His appearance has changed. His character has changed. His mentality has changed. And even his lifetime has changed. And he says everything has changed for the better. Mmm. Do you believe that? You can. Yeach. Interesting.

3. - Would you like… would you like to know more about that?

- Of course.

- Aha… well, probably we can ask Joy to tell us about this interview in every detail, OK? There were a lot of recommendations. So, to memorize the recommendations better let us ask Joy and let us repeat the recommendations together… with all our emotions, OK. Yeach… gestures, body movements, yeach. Does it help to memorize things?

- Yes.

- Yeach. You know that. Now you know that, OK. So, shall we ask her a lot of questions? Joy, please, tell us everything. Who did you interview last night?



- Who did you interview last night?

- I interviewed a famous dietician.

- Dietician.

- Dietician.

- Pardon? Did you say optician?

- Pardon? Did you say optician?

- Oh, no. Dietician.

- Pardon? Did you say mathematician? ^

- No, no. It was a dietician.

- Pardon? Did you say physician?

- Pardon? Did you say physician?

- Physician? What’s that?

- Физик.

- Oh, no, Alex, it’s not. The English for физик is a physicist.

- A physicist.

- A physician is a medical doctor. Kind of «терапевт». What they say in your country? In Russia. Alexander Krasnov? A general practitioner. Was it a physician?

- Was it a physician?

- Was it a physicist?

- Was it a physicist?

- Oh, no. Neither a physician…

- Neither a physician…

- …nor a physicist.

- …nor a physicist.

- Neither a physician nor a physicist.

- It was a famous dietician.

- What did you speak about?

- Oh, we spoke about a lot of things.

- Oh, we spoke about a lot of things.

- …about a lot of things.

- …about a lot of things.

- We spoke about a lot of things.

- We spoke about a lot of things.

- What did they speak about? They spoke about fast food.

- Fast food. Junk food.

- Junk food.

- And all that stuff. И все такое прочее. Not staff. Это штат диетолога.

- Did you speak about his staff?

- Did you speak about his staff?

- No, we didn’t.

- No, they didn’t speak about his staff. And all that stuff.

- And all that stuff.

- Staff.


- Staff.

- Stuff.


- Stuff.

- And all that stuff.

- And all that stuff.

- И все такое прочее.

- What did they speak about? They spoke about…

- Fast food, junk food and all that stuff.

- WHAT DID THEY SPEAK ABOUT? What did you speak about?

- Ah, so. So, what did they speak about? We don’t know. Ernest knows. So what did they speak about?

- We don’t know.

- Ask them what did they speak about?

- What did you speak about?

- We spoke about fast food, junk food and all that stuff.

- Oh, that’s it.

4. - Did you speak about his new keep-fit program? Keep-fit program. Программа здоровья. Keep-fit program.

- Keep-fit program.

- Mr. Lucky (that’s his name) said…

- Mr. Lucky (that’s his name) said…

- Ah, sorry to interrupt you.

- Sorry to interrupt you.

- Did you say Mr. Lucky?

- Did you say Mr. Lucky?

- Why are you asking, Mary?

- Why are you asking, Mary?

- Do you know him?

- Do you know him?

- I might.

- The name rings a bell.

- The name rings a bell.

- Rings a bell.

- Rings a bell.

- This name is familiar to me. They say so in English. When you say Mr Lucky. Something rings here. It seems familiar.

- Is he the author of the best-seller “Health is above wealth”? Health is above wealth.

- Health is above wealth.

- Здоровье превыше богатства.

- Health is above wealth.

- Or probably visa verse: wealth is above health? No?

- No.

- Aha… so, you think health is above wealth.



- Is he the author?

- Is he the author?

- I’m sorry. I haven’t read the book.

- I’m sorry. I haven’t read the book.

- I haven’t read the book.

- I haven’t read the book. Have you? Have you?

- No.

- Unfortunately.



- Unfortunately, I haven’t read the book. ^

- Unfortunately, I haven’t read the book.

5. - Probably someone here... Probably you’ll go and find the person who has read the book… and you go around and ask: “Have you read the best seller “Health is above wealth”?”

- Have you read the best seller “Health is above wealth”?

- I haven’t read the book.

- I haven’t read the book.

- Have you read the book? Has any? Have you read the book, Earnest?

- No.


- You haven’t. You haven’t.

- You haven’t.

- Unfortunately, I haven’t read the book.

- Would you like to read it?

- Would you like to read it?

- Yes, I would like to read it.

- Have you read the book?

- Unfortunately I haven’t, but I’d like to read the book. I’d love to read it. So, probably we can find someone else who has read the book. Will you ask each of the people right here: “Have you read the book?” And probably you’ll find someone. Come one. Find someone. Have you read the book? Have you read the book?

- Have you read the book?

- Have you by any chance read this book? Случайно. Have you by any chance read this book?

- Have you by any chance read this book?

- Yes, of course. I’m a ballerina after all. And I have to be on a diet.



- Oh, I see. I see.
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