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E4-1DetArtAndLiteratureEVU18.pdf

  1. 1. Unit 18 Art and literature 1
  2. 2. A. Art and the arts 2
  3. 3. LITERATURE 3
  4. 4. biogr__________    dr__________      nov__________    poe_____    sh_____  st_____   •  Sh__________ st__________ 4
  5. 5. biographies    drama    novels    poetry    short  stories   •  Sh__________ st__________ 5
  6. 6. PERFORMING ARTS 6
  7. 7.  bal__________    cin__________    conc__________  :  class__________/ ro__________,  country  and   w__________    da__________    op__________    Thea__________     7
  8. 8.  ballet    cinema    concerts  :  classical/rock/country   and  western    dance    opera    theatre     8
  9. 9. FINE ART (S) 9
  10. 10.  arch__________    cer__________  (=  making  pots,  bowls,  etc.)    pain__________    sc__________       10
  11. 11.  architecture    ceramics  (=  making  pots,  bowls,  etc.)    painting    sculpture     11
  12. 12.  The  ar__________  (plural)  covers   everything  in  the  network.    Ar__________  (singular,   uncountable)  usually  means   f__________  art,  but  can  also   refer  to  technique  and  creativity.   12
  13. 13.  The  arts  (plural)  covers   everything  in  the  network.    Art  (singular,  uncountable)   usually  means  fine  art,  but  can   also  refer  to  technique  and   creativity.   13
  14. 14.  Use  of  ‘the’      When  we  refer  to  a  performing  art   in  general,  we  can  leave  out   ‘the’.    Are  you  interested  in  (the)   cinema/ballet/opera/theatre?    But  :  Would  you  like  to  come  to   the  cinema/ballet/opera/theatre   with  us  next  week?  (=  particular  performance)   14
  15. 15.  Have  you  read  the  a__________  page   in  the  paper  today?  (=  that  part   of  the  newspaper  that  deals  with   all  the  things  in  the  network  :   literature,  performing  arts,  fine   art(s)   15
  16. 16.  Have  you  read  the  arts  page  in  the   paper  today?  (=  that  part  of  the   newspaper  that  deals  with  all  the   things  in  the  network  :   literature,  performing  arts,  fine   art(s)   16
  17. 17.  She’s  a  great  a__________   l__________.  (=  loves  painting  and  sculpture)       17
  18. 18.  She’s  a  great  art  lover.  (=  loves  painting   and  sculpture)         18
  19. 19. •  Shakespeare  was  skilled  in  the   a__________  of  p__________  (=  creative   ability).   19
  20. 20. •  Shakespeare  was  skilled  in  the  art   of  poetry  (=  creative  ability).   20
  21. 21.  Ask  Sara  to  help  you  decorate  your   room  –  she’s  very  art_____  .(=  shows   skill  and  imagination  in  creating  things)     21
  22. 22.  Ask  Sara  to  help  you  decorate  your   room  –  she’s  very  artistic.(=  shows  skill   and  imagination  in  creating  things)     22
  23. 23.  A  w_____  of  a_____  (=  plural  is  w_____  of  art)    is  an  object  made  by  a  skilled   artist  –  typically  a  painting,   drawing  or  statue.     23
  24. 24.  A  work  of  art  (=  plural  is  works  of  art)      is  an  object  made  by  a  skilled   artist  –  typically  a  painting,   drawing  or  statue.     24
  25. 25.  The  phrase  a_____  and  cr_____  is   used  to  refer  to  the  skills  of   making  objects  such  as   decorations,  jewellery  and   furniture  by  hand.   25
  26. 26.  The  phrase  arts  and  crafts  is  used   to  refer  to  the  skills  of  making   objects  such  as  decorations,   jewellery  and  furniture  by  hand.   26
  27. 27. B. Types of art and artists 27
  28. 28.  This  is  a  sc_____    -­‐  he’s  cr_____  a   st_____    -­‐  his  type  of  art  is   called  sc_____.   28
  29. 29.  This  is  a  sculptor    -­‐  he’s  creating   a  statue    -­‐  his  type  of  art  is   called  sculpture.   29
  30. 30.    This  is  a  p_____  -­‐    she’s  thr_____   a  p_____    -­‐  her  type  of  art  is   called  p_____.     30
  31. 31.    This  is  a  potter  -­‐    she’s  throwing   a  pot    -­‐  her  type  of  art  is  called   pottery.     31
  32. 32.    This  is  an  arch_____    -­‐  he’s   des_____  a  building    -­‐  his  type  of   art  is  called  arch_____.   32
  33. 33.    This  is  an  architect    -­‐  he’s   designing  a  building    -­‐  his  type   of  art  is  called  architecture.   33
  34. 34.    An  ab_____  pai_____  involves   shapes  and  colours  rather  than   im_____  of  real  people  or  things.     34
  35. 35.    An  abstract  painting  involves   shapes  and  colours  rather  than   images  of  real  people  or  things.     35
  36. 36.    A  por_____  is  a  painting  of  a   person.   36
  37. 37.    A  portrait  is  a  painting  of  a   person.   37
  38. 38.    A  l_____  is  a  painting  of  a  scene   in  the  countryside.   38
  39. 39.    A  landscape  is  a  painting  of  a   scene  in  the  countryside.   39
  40. 40.    A  st_____    l_____  is  a  painting  of   a  set  of  objects  that  do  not  move,   usually  fruit  or  flowers.   40
  41. 41.    A  still    life  is  a  painting  of  a   set  of  objects  that  do  not  move,   usually  fruit  or  flowers.   41
  42. 42.    An  or_____  painting  is  one   produced  by  the  painter  him/ herself  rather  than  a  copy  or   repr_____.   42
  43. 43.    An  original  painting  is  one   produced  by  the  painter  him/ herself  rather  than  a  copy  or   reproduction.   43
  44. 44. C. Literature 44
  45. 45. . Jacquie  O’Donnell  is  one  of  the   country’s  most  popular  n__________.   (=  people  who  write  long  stories  about  imaginary  people  and  events,   remember  a  n_____  is  typically  at  least  150  pages  long;  anything  shorter   is  a  short  story)         45
  46. 46. . Jacquie  O’Donnell  is  one  of  the   country’s  most  popular  novelists.  (=   people  who  write  long  stories  about  imaginary  people  and  events,   remember  a  n_____  is  typically  at  least  150  pages  long;  anything  shorter   is  a  short  story)         46
  47. 47. . She   has   written   a   s__________(=   set   of   books   featuring   the   same   characters)   of   romantic   n o v e l s   a l l   w i t h   a   h i s t o r i c a   l sett__________.  (=  background  for  a  story  or  film)         47
  48. 48. She   has   written  . a   series(=   set   of   books   featuring   the   same   characters)   of   romantic   novels   all   with   a   historical   setting.   (=   background  for  a  story  or  film)         48
  49. 49. . These  have  all  been  b__________   (=  very   popular   books   that   sell   in   large   numbers)   although   the   cr__________   (   =   people   whose   job   it   is   to   give   their   opinion   of   something,   typically   books   that   sell   in   large   numbers)   complain   that   her   pl__________   (=   s t o r i e s )   a r e   p r e d i c t a b l e   a n d   h e r   ch__________   (people   in   a   book   or   film)   are   not   very  realistic.         49
  50. 50. . These  have  all  been  bestsellers   (=  very   popular   books   that   sell   in   large   numbers)   although   the   critics   (   =   people   whose   job   it   is   to   give   their   opinion   of   something,  typically  books  that  sell  in  large  numbers)   complain   t h a t   h e r   p l o t s   ( =   s t o r i e s )   a r   e predictable  and  her  characters  (people  in   a  book  or  film)  are  not  very  realistic.         50
  51. 51. . Her  cousin,  Pamela  Smith,  is  a  more   lit__________  (=  serious  rather  than  popular)  writer   and   her   books   tend   to   get   better   rev__________  (  =  what  the  critics  write)  although   they  do  not  sell  so  well.     51
  52. 52. . Her  cousin,  Pamela  Smith,  is  a  more   literary   (=   serious   rather   than   popular)   writer   and   her  books  tend  to  get  better  reviews   (   =   what   the   critics   write)   although   they   do   not   sell  so  well.     52
  53. 53. . Both  writers  have  a  novel  which  will   be   ready   for   p__________   (=   making   something   available  in  a  printed  form)   later  this  year;  they   will   also   be   available   to   download   as  e-­‐b__________.       53
  54. 54. . Both  writers  have  a  novel  which  will   be   ready   for   publication   (=   making   something   available  in  a  printed  form)   later  this  year;  they   will   also   be   available   to   download   as  e-­‐books.       54
  55. 55. . We  have  received  advance  c__________   of  both  novels  and  it  is  interesting   to   compare   the   opening   passage   (short   piece   of   text)   from   Smith’s   latest   book   with  an  e__________   (=  part  of  a  book  chosen  to  be   used   in   an   article   or   for   discussion)   from   the   chapter   of  0’Donnell’s.     55
  56. 56. We   have   received  .advance   copies   of   both  novels  and  it  is  interesting  to   compare  the  opening  passage   (short  piece  of   text)   from   Smith’s   latest   book   with   an   extract  (=  part  of  a  book  chosen  to  be  used  in  an  article  or  for   d i s c u s s i o n )   f r o m   t h e   c h a p t e r   o   f 0’Donnell’s.       56

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