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  A. Why did you decide to take a post-graduate course? B. I am interested in scientific and research work. I am sure I will be able to improve my knowledge and upgrade my qualification studying in the post-graduate course. I also hope that my research will help solve the problem of … in my field.
  A. What is your field? What are you specializing in? B. My field is… The field of my specialization is… I'm specializing in…
  A. What is the title/ the headline of your thesis/ dissertation? What is the theme/ the subject of your thesis? Have you chosen the subject for your thesis? B. The title of my thesis is "……". The theme of my dissertation is … I think that it will consist of an introduction, the main part (that is, two or three chapters), conclusions, and references.
  A. Is your current research connected with your graduation paper? B. Yes, it is. In fact, my research is the continuation of my graduation project. On the other hand, I expand the area of study and consider the problem of … from another point of view. B. No, it isn't. To say the truth, I changed my field.
  A. Have you already begun working at your thesis? B. Yes, I have. I've (already) studied the information dealing with my research (on my research). I've written the Introduction/the first chapter of my thesis. B. No, I haven't. First I plan to pass my Candidate's exams. I also must collect and analyze the information and data on my research. I must study papers and articles by foreign and Russian scientists and put forward a hypothesis.
  A. Who is your scientific advisor/ supervisor? B. My supervisor is Prof. N. He is a Doctor of Technical Sciences, an academician, a correspondence-member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is a well-known specialist in his field. He has a lot of published papers and takes part in different conferences and symposiums. I am glad to work under Prof. N’s supervision. I read some of his articles in scientific journals and magazines. I think they are not only interesting but useful for my own research.
  A. What does your supervisor do? / Where does he work? B. He works at the … University/ at the Department of… He is the Head of the … Department/of the … Laboratory. He is the dean of the … faculty/ department.
  A. In what way does your supervisor help you (with your research)? How often do you consult your scientific advisor? B. It's hard to overestimate my supervisor's help. Prof. N., that is my scientific advisor, helped me choose the subject of my research and to make up the plan of my work. I consult him every two or three weeks. He looks through the results of my work and corrects some mistakes.
  A. Do you prefer to work on your own or in a team? B. To say the truth, I prefer to work on my own but sometimes the research itself or carrying out experiments cannot be done individually.
  A. Have you ever taken part in scientific conferences? Did you participate in any scientific conferences or symposiums? B. Yes, I have. Last year I took part in the (regional/national/ international) conference in Omsk. I made a report on the results of my research. B. No, I haven't./ Not yet. But next year I am going to participate in a conference (which will be held in Omsk). I know that conferences and symposia are very important for scientists and researchers. They give an opportunity to present the results of one's work and to exchange opinions on this or that problem.
  A. Is your research theoretical or practical? B. Well, I think my research is (purely) theoretical work. It is (both) theoretical and practical.
  20. A. What machines (equipment/ materials/ technologies/ processes) used in your field do you know? Which of them do you use in your own research? B. In my field there is a great variety of … such as… There are many different methods of … / The main of them are … / The most common of them include…
  A. What is the goal of your research? What problem(s) would you like to solve by your research? B. The aim of my research is… / I'd like (I would like) … - to improve the technology of... - to develop a new material/ substance for... - to work out a new approach to… - to increase … (labour productivity, the output of …) - to cut the time of… / the cost of… - to decrease the effect of the production upon the environment
  A. Do you know any Russian or foreign researchers/ investigators working in your field? B. Yes, I do. There are many/ few scientists working in my field. Among them there is Prof. N from… He is known for...
  A. Is your field important for the national economy? B. Sure./ Of course, my field is very important because/ as... It plays a great role in … / It makes it possible to... It provides the region/ the country with…
  A. Is English your first Candidate's exam? B. Yes, it is. As a post-graduate I have to pass three exams: in a foreign language (for me it is English), in philosophy and in my speciality (that is, in management). As for philosophy I will have it on the 15th of June. And I'll take the exam in my specialty next year. В. No, (it isn't). I have already passed my exam in philosophy. I passed it last year.
  A. Do you know any English magazines and journals in your field? B. Not many, but there are such journals as...
  A. Are the materials you have read in English useful for your research? Will you use the materials you have read in your thesis? B. Yes, I think I will make use of some of these materials in my research as well as in my thesis and my work.

Task 12 Discuss the problem: «I am interested in scientific and research work»

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