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1 The queen of Great Britain is not absolute monarch.
2 here is picture on page 20.
3 here are flowers on the table.
4 Where is your plan?
5 Are those English books?
2.1. .
Foot, potato, Frenchman, wife, louse, glass, city, deer, mouse, town.
3.1. to be.
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2. I_______ American.
3. We _________ happy to see you.
4. My mother s name______ Mary.
5. We __________ interested in history.
4.1.

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5.1. some, any, no/ not
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2. Have you _______cousins?
3. I am poor. I have _______money.
4. They have not ___________relatives in China.
5. Has he got _________children?
6.1. , . .
1.She plays .the piano well.
2.Translate these words English.
3.Learn the poem heart.
4.I go school every day.
5.I went to school bus.
7.1. Present Simple.
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This woman ( to speak) Russian.
His sister (to worker) at our shop.
We (to use) this paper often.
You (to have) a lot of spare time.
My brother (to have) a lot of friends.
8.1. Present Progressive.
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He (to look) at the blackboard.
I (to listen) to you.
They (to swim) in the river.

It (to rain) hard.


The cat (to play) with a mouse.
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Her eyes are darker than Helen's. In summer my room is cooler than the other rooms.
In winter it is the best and warmest room in the house. I like it best. The new bridge is longer
and more solid than the old bridge. This dress is even worse than your black dress; it is older,
too. Your hands are less hard than mine; they are whiter, too, because I work more. Give me
some more water! We have less time than we want. The weather is colder in autumn than
spring though it is warmer than in winter.

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on the islands The United Kingdom of Great Britain of Europe and Northern Ireland
is situated in the northwest.
The ocean Atlantic is on the north of it and to the east the North Sea.
island Britain Great is the largest.
of it are Scotland, England and Wales The three main parts.
Northern called Ireland is on situated the island Ireland.
London The population and of the United Kingdom is its capital is about 60 million.
The developed United Kingdom is a highly country.
Its main London cities Birmingham, Manchester and are Glasgow.
11. , 5 .
TV in Russia.
Most people devote much time to another mass medium Television. Most of
the people cant imagine life without TV, though it takes a lot of time and ruins their
eyesight. TV has become a very important source of information. Besides central TV
people in Russia can see programmes of Russian telechannel and many towns have
their own channel. Yaroslavl has its own Tvchannel too.
TV broadcasts a lot of different programmes. Televiews can watch news
programmes about the latest events in different parts of the planet. Political
programmes give people a possibility to see prominent public figures and even ring
up to the TV studio to ask them questions.

By watching educational programmes people can improve their knowledge in


different subjects in a very interesting way. TV can help people to travel around the
world, to see customs, holidays and traditions of different people. Thanks to TV we
can get acquainted with a rich world of plants and animals.
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1 I have lot of English books.
2 She is architect.
3 My brothers are doctors.
4 That is good plan.
5 The plans are on table.
2.2. .
Manner, family, lake, child, sheep, pony, leaf, suitcase, inkpot, tape.
3.2. to be.
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1) My mother a shop-assistant.
2) This my book.
3) They in Paris.
4) He a student.
5) It a car.
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5.2. some, any, no/ not
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1. Do you know ... of these girls?
2. There are ... foreign visitors in the park.
3. ... of my friends live in this house.

4. We haven't ... time.


5. Do you like ... of these animals? Yes, I like ... of them.

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1.The banks close 7 oclock.
2.He usually leaves home early the morning.
3.We arrived London.
4.I have not seen her Sunday.
5.Lets go the cinema.
7.2. Present Simple.
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This woman ( to speak) Russian.
His sister (to worker) at our shop.
We (to use) this paper often.
You (to have) a lot of spare time.
My brother (to have) a lot of friends.
8.2. Present Progressive.
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He (to look) at the blackboard.
I (to listen) to you.
They (to swim) in the river.
It (to rain) hard.
The cat (to play) with a mouse.

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Her eyes are darker than Helen's. In summer my room is cooler than the other rooms.
In winter it is the best and warmest room in the house. I like it best. The new bridge is longer
and more solid than the old bridge. This dress is even worse than your black dress; it is older,
too. Your hands are less hard than mine; they are whiter, too, because I work more. Give me
some more water! We have less time than we want. The weather is colder in autumn than
spring though it is warmer than in winter.

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occupies Commonwealth of Australia the continent of Australia and a number of
islands (the main one of which is Tasmania). population It 6 states and 2 territories
with a of about 20 million includes people.
Canberra Its capital is and the main cities are Sidney and Melbourne.
New Zealand smaller consists of several large and many islands. Its million
population is about 4 people. The Wellington capital is. The chief cities are
Auckland, Dunedin and Nelson.
developed It is a country highly agricultural.
11. , 5 .
Ottawa Canadas capital city.
Ottawa is the capital city of Canada. It is located on the southern bank of the
Ottawa River. Many interesting historical and cultural buildings are found in Ottawa,
such as the Museum of Natural History, Museum of Man, National Gallery and the
National Arts Center. However, the most important building in Ottawa are the
Parliament Buildings. Here the Canadian federal government discusses and makes
laws for Canada.
Ottawa has been called the Tulip City, because every spring the city comes
alive with thousands of tulips from the Netherlands. Queen Juliana started sending 15
000 tulips a year to Ottawa in 1946 as a way of thanking the Canadian people for the
time she spent in Canada with her daughter during World War II.
Juliana stayed in Ottawa with her family from 1940 to 1945 after the
Netherlands was invaded by Germany.
Red and white with single maple leaf flag was adopted.

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She tells me a very funny story.
The woman has an ox, a sheep, a goose, a mouse and a fish.
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butter and cheese are made of milk.
Usually I get up at 7 oclock in morning.
This is house. house is white.
He is engineer by profession.
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Mr. Smith helped the children to read the letter.
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My mother is a teacher. students are clever.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith are the friends of our family. son comes to see us every day.
We have had lunch. Have you had ?
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I want to show you photos.
Are there English students in you group?
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Health is (good) than wealth.
This house is (high) in our street.
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The longer the night is, the shorter the day.
These students are as clever as previous ones.

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I have one more cup of tee ?
The Sales Trainee type very well.
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We, to discuss, terms of payment.
8.
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Our lesson begin 7 oclock the morning.
He took some books the table and put them the bag.
They will go the college tomorrow.
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Continuous Future Continuous:
You look through the advertising materials.
We looked for new machinery.
They will arrange training in the training centers.
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She tells me a very funny story.
The man works at an office.
The woman has an ox, a sheep, a goose, a mouse and a fish.
Put the knife on the table
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Mississippi is longest river in America.
cheese is made of milk.
I wake up at 8 oclock in morning.
This is garden. garden is beautiful.
She is bookkeeper by profession.
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The mother asked the son to wash the dishes.
Mr. Cartwright helped the secretary to write the letter.
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We have two dogs. Both dogs are white.

My aunt is a teacher. pupils are clever.


The Whites are the friends of our family. son comes to see us every day.
I am going to Paris to stay with a friend of .
some, any:
I want to introduce you students.
Have you English students in you group?
4. :
It is one of ( difficult ) questions of our conference.
Health is ( good ) than wealth.
This man is ( tall) in our house.
5. :
Jane is not so clever as her sister.
The shorter the night is, the longer the day.
This secretary is as clever as previous one.
6.
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My secretary make coffee for us.
We discuss the terms of payment today.
I show you the telex transfer.
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They, to speak, about terms of delivery.
8. :
The lecture begin 6 oclock the evening.
She took some apples the table and put them the box.
We will go the university tomorrow.
9. Present Continuous, Past Continuous
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They look through the transporting documents.
You looked for new equipment.
We will arrange training for your specialists.

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3. has still been built
2. Every year the lectures of the Professor
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with great interest.
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years to come.
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He said to me, I m absolutely sure.
I asked him, Does the FBI investigate kidnapping?
He said, The trial has been canceled.
They said The coroners will inquire into unnatural deaths.
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David said that he (to ask) permission from the director.
I dont think I ever (to see) you before.
She knew what (to go) on their minds.
She felt that her father (not to want) to disturb her.
It was possible that Jack (to hang) around.

5. .
E-MAIL AND NEWSGROUPS
The connection of the networks througout the world forms what is known as the
Internet. Networks all over the world are connected to the Internet using electronic
devices known as routers. The routers decide which route on the Internet a particular
signal should take to get to its destination. Users often pay a monthly fee to a type of
company known as an Internet service provider, to provide them with Internet
connection. A variety of services are controlled using a system of server computers at
various locations throughout the world.
Electronic mail, which has come to be known as e-mail is one of the most
popular services on the Internet. E-mail allows users to send electronic messages to
storage areas known as mailboxes on server computers where they can be read by
other users. Each user has ones own e-mail address, which determines where their email is stored. A typical e-mail address might have the following components:
username of identifier, @, server name, type of organisation, country (e.g.
locka@pesto.co.uk)
The e-mail message has two main parts known as the header and the body of the
message. The body contains the message itself, the header reveals the identity of the
recipient and the sender, the date it was sent, and the subject title of the message.
Formatted text, spreadsheets, sound files or video files can be attached to mail
messages.
Groups of users that share a special interest can be subscribe to free newsgroups
on the Internet. Users subscribe by registreting their e-mail addresses. Subscribers
can send plain text messages to a common area on a server computer where all the
newsgroup members can read them. In this way, conversations about the special
interest can take place between all members of the group. The name of the newsgroup
is made up of different parts separeted by dots and indicares the special area the
subscribers are interested in (alt;rec;etc).
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What's your cours called?
When do you have classes?
What subjects do you study?
What subject do you enjoy most? Why?
What subject do you like least? Why?
What do you do in your free time?

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1. is heard 2. are heard
3. hear
the hall.
1. bought
2. is bought 3. was bought
B. This book a week ago.
1. had been bought 2. had bought 3.have been
C. The cake yesterday by my
bought
wife.
1. will be met
2. shall be met 3. shall meet
D. We by Tom at the station.
1. is washed and cleaned 2. is being washed and
E. The guest room now.
cleaned 3. was being washed and cleaned
2. ,
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She asked me, Does a solicitor deal with petty crimes.
She says, Ill join you in a minute.
Whats the matter? the secretary asked.
She said to me, Ill vote next year.
My colleague asked, When did the elections take place?
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I did not know that you already (to read) this book.
I decided that next year I (to go) to the Black Sea coast.
She knew that he not (to be able) to make his work in time and (to decide) to help
him.
We understood at once that the control work (to be) a difficult one.
He told us that he (to do) this work himself.

5. .
THE WORLD WIDE WEB
The connection of network throughout the world forms the Internet, which
provides a range of different services, such as e-mail, newsgroup and file
transfer.One of the newest and the most popular services on the Internet is the World

Wide Web, Which is commonly known as the Web or simply as WWW.


A Web browser program provides a graphical user interface for the Internet
allowing users to view linked documents called webpages. Linked webpages may be
stored on different servers in different parts of the world. A set of hyperlinked
webpages is known as a website. Websites are available for an enormous range of
topics, including news, sports, entertainment, education and even sale of goods.
Sometimes it's difficult to find information you are looking for, because there are
too many websites. Special websites have been set up that use programs called search
engines to search the web for information you need. Normally, you fill in a form on a
search webpage to indicate what you are looking for and offer this operation
computer displays a webpage with hyperlinks to the websites that contain the
information you are looking for. Some of the most popular search engines are
Yandex, Yahoo, Rambler and many others. When you find a webpage in a
bookmark favourite area of your browser.
Each webpage has a unique web address sometimes known as a uniform
resource locator (URL). Wed address is often started with http:// www. Http stands
for hypertext transfer protocol, which is standard way if communicating on the world
wide.
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What's your cours called?
When do you have classes?
What subjects do you study?
What subject do you enjoy most? Why?
What subject do you like least? Why?
What do you do in your free time?

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3. Every year the lectures of the Professor
with great interest.
4. The automatic devices by the end of the
last month.
5. The works of this physicist in the years to
come.
6. The envelope behind the clock.

1.was still being built


2.was still built
3. has still been built
1. had been listened to 2. are being listened to
3. are listened to
1. had been installed 2. have been installed
3. are installed
1. are referred to
2. will be referred to
3. have been referred to
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2. was found 3 were found

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We asked them, How did it happen?
He said to me, I m absolutely sure.
I asked him, Does the FBI investigate kidnapping?
He said, The trial has been canceled.
They said The coroners will inquire into unnatural deaths.
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David said that he (to ask) permission from the director.
I dont think I ever (to see) you before.
She knew what (to go) on their minds.
She felt that her father (not to want) to disturb her.
It was possible that Jack (to hang) around.
5. .
JUDICIAL SYSTEM.
The structure of the court system in Britain is many-layered and almost
incomprehensible. There is no comprehensive law regulating the organization and
competence of the courts. The court system in Scotland and also in Northern Ireland
differs some what from that of England and Wales. There is no written constitution,
hence no constitutional court in Great Britain. Parliament is sovereign. So, the courts

cannot question the authority of the constitutional validity of the statutes; they can
only interpret them. The courts in Great Britain are divided into two large groups:
criminal courts and civil courts. Besides, there are many special tribunals, for
example, industrial tribunals dealing with labor disputes and industrial injury
compensation.
Criminal courts are Magistrates' Courts and Crown Courts. Magistrates' Courts
are the courts of first instance. Cases involving minor offences begin and end there.
Cases involving more serious offences normally start in Magistrates' Courts before
being referred to higher courts - Crown Courts - for trial. Crown Courts have existed
only since 1972. They try serious cases such as murder, rape, arson, armed robbery,
fraud, and so on.
Civil courts include county courts as the courts of first instance, and the High
Court as a higher court. The High Court of Justice consists of three separate
subdivisions: the Queen's Bench Division, the Chancery Division and the Family
Division. Appeals against decisions of the High Court and the Crown Court may be
taken to the Court of Appeal with its Criminal and Civil divisions. The Crown Court,
the High Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal form the Supreme Court of
Judicature. The highest court in the country is the House of Lords. It is the biggest
court of appeal in civil matters for the whole of the United Kingdom and the final
court of appeal in criminal cases. The President of the house of Lords as a court is
the Lord Chancellor.
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What groups are the courts in Britain divided into?
What does it mean the Magistrates Courts?
What cases do Crown Courts examine?
What subdivisions does the High Court of Justice consists of?
What function has the House of Lords?
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A. The sounds of a violin in the
hall.
B. This book a week ago.
C. The cake yesterday by my
wife.
D. We by Tom at the station.
E. The guest room now.

1. is heard 2. are heard


3. hear
1. bought
2. is bought 3. was bought
1. had been bought 2. had bought 3.have been
bought
1. will be met
2. shall be met 3. shall meet
1. is washed and cleaned 2. is being washed and
cleaned 3. was being washed and cleaned

2. ,
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She asked me, Does a solicitor deal with petty crimes.

She says, Ill join you in a minute.


Whats the matter? the secretary asked.
She said to me, Ill vote next year.
My colleague asked, When did the elections take place?
3. .
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4. .
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I did not know that you already (to read) this book.
I decided that next year I (to go) to the Black Sea coast.
She knew that he not (to be able) to make his work in time and (to decide) to help
him.
We understood at once that the control work (to be) a difficult one.
He told us that he (to do) this work himself.
5. .
THE WORK OF THE COURT
In the district courts cases are heard by the judge alone or by the collegial. The
judge alone has the right to hear and decide the majority of civil cases and only such
criminal cases punishment for which doesn't exceed 2 years of imprisonment and if
the defendant does not object to such a trial.
The collegial. consists of one judge and two people's assessors. They have equal
rights in deciding a case. Decisions are taken by a majority vote. People's assessors
are elected at the meetings of working people at the places of their work or residence
by show of hands for a term of 5 years.
The President of the Russian Federation appoints all judges. They are appointed
for life, but if a judge misuses his authority and does not perform his duties properly,
or if his conduct is unworthy of a judge, he may be discharged. Any citizen of Russia
who has reached the age of 25, graduated from a law higher school, whose length of
legal service is not less than 5 years and who has passed the qualification exam may
be appointed judge of a district court. According to the Constitution judges are
independent and subject only to the law. They must be neutral and impartial. All
judges enjoy the principle of inviolability.
People's assessors are citizens of different professions. In deciding cases they
are guided by their sense of justice and life experience. Their work as people's
assessors is not paid. They are reserved the right to keeping the permanent place of
work and getting their wages there. In deciding a case judges in the courts of the first
instance must examine all the case evidence, interrogate the defendants, victims and
witnesses, hear the experts' findings, examine all physical evidence and make public

all records and other papers. The sentence of the judge must be lawful, grounded and
just.
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What way are cases heard by in the district courts?
What right has the judge alone?
What does the collegial consist of?
Who can be appointed to the judges?
Who is the people's assessors?

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1. When he arrived in the city the bridge
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2.was still built
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3. has still been built
2. Every year the lectures of the Professor
1. had been listened to 2. are being
with great interest.
listened to 3. are listened to
3. The automatic devices by the end of 1. had been installed 2. have been
the last month.
installed
4. The works of this physicist in the
3. are installed
years to come.
1. are referred to
2. will be referred to
5. The envelope behind the clock.
3. have been referred to
1 was finded
2. was found 3 were
found
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He said to me, I m absolutely sure.
I asked him, Does the FBI investigate kidnapping?
He said, The trial has been canceled.
They said The coroners will inquire into unnatural deaths.
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David said that he (to ask) permission from the director.
I dont think I ever (to see) you before.
She knew what (to go) on their minds.
She felt that her father (not to want) to disturb her.
It was possible that Jack (to hang) around.
5. .

US PUBLIC FINANCE
Public finance is the acquisition and allocation of funds by government units.
Government must acquire funds to finance its activities just as a private enterprise
does. Sound principles of public finance are particularly important because the
national government has control over money supply and can greatly affect the centre
credit and financial structure of the economy.
The elements of public finance system are budgets and earmarked funds of the
federal government and local authorities and finances of government enterprises.
Public finance deals with problems of levying taxes, borrowing funds and debt
management. The federal government obtains a high proportion of its revenues from
income tax regulated by the tax legislation. If tax revenues plus secondary income
from government enterprises are not equal to expenditures, the deficiency is met by
borrowing.
An important role in managing public finance belongs to the US Treasury
Department. One of its leading bureaus is the International Revenue Service (IRS). It
controls about 80 per cent of tax revenues of federal budget. Other tax related
services are the Customs and the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. Incomes taxes are
paid both by individuals and corporations. ( ) Other sources of
budgetary receipts are social insurance taxes and contributions, customs and excise
duties, estate and gift taxes.
6. :
What does public finance deal with?
2
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3. hear
hall.
1. bought
2. is bought 3. was bought
B. This book a week ago.
1. had been bought 2. had bought 3.have been
C. The cake yesterday by my
bought
wife.
1. will be met
2. shall be met 3. shall meet
D. We by Tom at the station.
1. is washed and cleaned 2. is being washed and
E. The guest room now.
cleaned 3. was being washed and cleaned
2. ,
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She asked me, Does a solicitor deal with petty crimes.
She says, Ill join you in a minute.
Whats the matter? the secretary asked.
She said to me, Ill vote next year.
My colleague asked, When did the elections take place?

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I did not know that you already (to read) this book.
I decided that next year I (to go) to the Black Sea coast.
She knew that he not (to be able) to make his work in time and (to decide) to help
him.
We understood at once that the control work (to be) a difficult one.
He told us that he (to do) this work himself.
5. .
MARKET PLACE
The stock market. To some its a puzzle. To others its a source of profit and
endless fascination. The stock market is the financial nerve center of any country.
It reflects any change in the economy. It is sensitive to interest rates, inflation and
political events. In a very real sense, it has its fingers on the pulse of the entire
world.
Taken in its broadest sense, the stock market is also a control center. It is the
market place where businesses and governments come to raise money so that they
can continue and expend their operations. It is the market place where giant
businesses and institutions come to make and change their financial commitments.
The stock market is also a place of individual opportunity.
The phrase the stock market means many things. In the narrowest sense, a
stock market is a place where stocks are traded that is bought and sold. The phrase
the stock market is often used to refer to the biggest and most important stock
market in the world, the New York Stock Exchange, which is as well the oldest in the
US. It was founded in 1792. NYSE is located at 11 Wall Street in New York City. It
is also known as the Big Board and the Exchange. In the mid-1980s NYSE-listed
shares made up approximately 60% of the total shares traded on organized national
exchanges in the United States.
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3. All laws are situational. They suit only a particular place at a particular time.
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5. Criminality inborn or acquired? (
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6. All criminals are perverse people!( !)
7. Great public understanding of the crime problem is important for the
apprehension and conviction of criminals, their rehabilitation, and the
prevention of crime. (
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8. Awareness by the criminals of a high probability of arrest is the most effective
deterrent to criminals. (
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9. Crime appears from the breakdown of traditional social norms. (
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10.Family and social control are the most effective means of crime prevention.(

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11.In recent years public has demanded longer and hasher sentences for offenders.
(
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12. There is in room for capital punishment in civilised society.(
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13. Cybercop: an alternative to policeman? (:
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14.Do Juries deliver justice? ( ?)
15.There are groups of inmates who should have additional rights. (
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16.Kids brought up in prison are likely to become criminals. (,
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17.Prisons: a solution to crime? (: ?)

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1. Speak about the U.K. Economy. (
)
2. Speak about the USA. Economy. ( )
3. Speak about our country's industries, industrial centres and major economic
problems. ( ,
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4. Speak about Keypoint Security LTD using the scheme at page 45. Use
questions from exercise 11 at page 43. ( Keypoint
Security LTD . 45 11 . 43
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5. Speak about Norman Packing Company PLC using the scheme at page 46.
Use questions from exercise 11 at page 43. ( Norman
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6. Make a performance of any company you are familiar with or imagine your
own company. ( )
7. Act as an employer of a big company who is recruting specialist for the
position of Sales Manager (use exercise 14 at page 48). (
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14 48)
8. Act as an employer of a big company who is recruting specialist for the
position of Accountant (use exercise 14 at page 48). (

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9. Act as an employer of a big company who is recruting specialist for the
position of Finance Director (use exercise 14 at page 48)(

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10.The Company Secretary's work is a very responsible one, isn't it? Prove it.
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11.Should the Company Secretary be a reliable person? Why?(
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12.What is the difference between the work of a secretary and a receptionist?
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13.Act as a representative of a consulting firm. Make a detailed account of the
results of your research into furniture market in your city.(
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14.Give Russian equivalent for the proverb: 'In for a penny, in for a pound'
Extend on the meaning of the proverband think over the situation it can be used.
( 'In for a penny, in for a pound'.
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15.Give Russian equivalent for the proverb: 'Time is money' Extend on the
meaning of the proverband think over the situation it can be used. (
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1. Speak about Information Technology. (
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2. What is the role of computers in modern society? (
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3. Speak about computer functions.( )
4. What are the advantages of a word-processor over a conventional typewriter?
( ?)
5. How can computer help in business? (
?)
6. How will the computer affect white-collar employees? (
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7. Speak about the applications of computer. (
)
8. In your opinion, which applications of computers have contributed most to the
development of new ideas in computing? Give reasons. ( ,

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9. What are the properties that make a computer a useful teaching aid? (
?)
10. Would you prefer to learn from a computer, a book or a teacher? Why?(
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11. Describe the ways in which word processing machines can be used to help the
working life of an office secretary. (
.)
12. Speak about the consequences of the widespread use of e-mail for both business
and personal correspondence. (
.)

13. You are a shop assistant. Help a Manager of an advertising company to choose
a computer. He needs a powerful system which will work with optical disk and
multimedia applications, integrating text and pictures with animation and voice
annotation. Give reasons of your choice. ( -.
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14. You are a shop assistant. Help a sales representative to choose a computer. She
needs a lightweight machine with which she can process orders and
communicate with the head office. Give reasons of your choice. ( . .
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15. Speak about various professions within the computing industry. (
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1) phone 2) know, 3) sorry, 4) zero, 5) no, 6) bone, 7) role
2. '' to be'':
1) I ... in the 10th grade.
2) He .... at the theatre yesterday.
a) is, b) are, c) am, d) were
a) is, b)was, c) will be, d) were
3. , '' to be''
:
a) She was sixteen last year.
b) The delegation is to come on Monday.
c) Mother is at home.
d) What are you doing?
4. '' to have'':
Mr. Smith stayed at his office very late because he ... a lot of work.
a) has, b) have, c) will have, d) had

5. , '' to have'' :
a) We shall have a party tomorrow.
b) We have invited our friends.
c) We'll have to prepare for the party.
d) I hope we'll have a good time.
6 :
1) The flowers are in the vase.
) .
b) .

2) There is no telephone in the room


a) .
b) .

7 :
1) .
2) .
a) The door opened and a girl came in.
b) The door opened and the girl came in.
8 :
5.I
invited my friend to ... place.
a) me, b) his, c) my, d) mine

2)It's easy,you can do it ... .


a) you, b) your, c) yours, d) yourself

9 :
1) The ... comes every morning.
2) How many ... high is this house?
a) postman b) postmen
a) feet b) foot
10 , ,
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1)We usually drink much water in hot weather.
a) few, b) a lot of, c) many, d) little
2) This text is easy, there are not many new words in it.
a) little, b) not much, c) a lot of, d) few
11 :
1) We have ... bread, please, go and buy some.
2) I have ... time, I can wait.
a) much, b) many, c) little, d) few
a) little, b) a plenty of, c) many, d) few
12 :
1) She wanted to tell me ... interesting.
2) I think we have met her ... .
a) somebody, b) something, c) some, d) somewhere
13 : many,
few, a lot of, some.
a) He likes to spend much time watching TV.

b) They have read 10 English books in the original.


c) There is no news today.
14 , :
1) There are 300 pages in the book.
2) He was born in 1980.
3) School year begins on the 1st of September.
4) Room 5 is empty.
15 , :
1) We do English at school.
2) She spoke to her English teacher after classes.
a) work, b) learn, c)teach, d) know
a) talked, b) said, c) told, d) discussed
16 ,
:
1) weather, season, rain, cloudy, expensive, forecast, hot, cold.
2) London, sights, monument, tourist, art gallery, to found, to build, to design, guide,
the president
17. , :
butter, flour, cream, tea, orange, cucumber, fish, sausage, beans, chicken, ham, hot
dogs, chips, butter-fly, berries, jam, pine-apple.
18 ?
1)
a) English is impossible to learn.
b) English is the most difficult language in the world.
c) English is one of the most popular foreign language in our country.
2)
a) After Friday comes Monday.
b) The sun rises in the West.
c) The 1st of April is All Fools' Day in Britain.
19 , :
1) People don't usually work hard on their days off.
2) All schools have classes on Sundays.
3) Few people leave school at the age of 16.
20 , ?
John came late. The party was very interesting. He didn't want to leave earlier than

others. He likes the parties that the Browns sometimes had on Sundays. He was
happy. But suddenly he remembered that he must take his exam in History and there
was no time to left. He had only one day to prepare for it. The party was forgotten at
once.
21 :
The police stop the car. There are 3 people in the car: John, Ann and Mary. On the
back seat there is a revolver. Jon says:''It's mine.'' Ann says: ''It's hers.'' Mary says;
''It's his.'' Nobody is telling the truth. Whose revolver is it?

2
1 , ''a'',
:
1) Kate, 2) age, 3) mate, 4) map), 5)tape, 6)make, 7)lake.
2 , ''-s''
:
a)My mother's friend lives not far from her.
b)She reads a lot.
c)The car's stopped.
d)The Browns are my neighbours.
3 :
1)Let's meet ... 6 o'clock.
2) My brother works .... school.
a) in, b) on, c) at
a) to, b) at, c) in
3) Go ... the room and make yourself comfortable.
a) out of, b) onto, c)from
4 :
There is ... place like home.
a) no, b) none, c) nothing, d) nobody
5 :
1) He speaks English .... .
a) good, b) well

2) His English is very ... .


a) good, b) well

6 :

3) I feel ... .
a) badly, b) bad

1)
a) She always speaks in a loud voice.
b) She always speaks loudly.
c)Don;t be so loud, the baby is sleeping.
2)
a) She came in and first gave her name.
b) She was the first to come in.
c) School year begins on the first of September.
7 :
1) The Volga is longer ... the Thames.
a)as, b) than, c) from

2) She is the ... beautiful girl in


our class.
a) more, b) most, c) much

8 :
1) The more we learn the more we know.
a) , .
b) , .
) , .
2) The film is less interesting than novel.
a) , .
b) , .
c) , .
9 :
1) We ... five days a week.
a) work, b) works, c) are working

2) She ... in the suburbs of


Moscow.
a) live, b) lives, c) is living

10 , :
1) This is my school, ... ?
a)doesn't it, b) hasn't it, c) isn't it

2) We usually have dinner


at 3, ... ?
a) don't we b) haven't we,
c) aren't we

3) My father travels a lot, ... ?


a)doesn't he, b) hasn't he, c) isn't he
11 , ''to be'' :
a) She is a secretary.
b)She is in the office now.

c)She is working.
d)She is to start work at 9 tomorrow.

12 , ''to have''

:
a) She has a lot of work today.
b) She has to do a lot of work today.
c) She has done a lot of work today.
13
1) He ... speak three foreign languages.
a) can, b)may, c) must
2) You ... work hard at your English if you want to know it.
a) can, b)may, c) must
3)You ... not go out, the lesson is not over yet.
a) can, b) may, c) have
4) He ... be in this room.
a)must, b) is, c)has
14 :
1) Must I come tomorrow? -- No, you ... . 2) May I invite my friend to the party? -Yes, you ... .
a) mustn't, b) can't, c) needn't
a)can, b) may, c) must
15 b) c):
1) a) They can buy tickets to the theatre.
b) ... tickets to the theatre?
c) ... not ... tickets to the theatre.

2) a) She has to get up early on


week-days.
b) ... she ... early on week-days?
c) She ... not ... early on week-days.

16 :
1) You feel bad, you ... see a doctor.
a) needn't b) should, c) can

2) ... walk, there is a bus going there.


a) needn't, b) mustn't, c) can't

17 :
1) She may come.
2) She couldn't come.
3) She must come.
4) She had to come.
5) She shouldn't come.
6) She'll be able to come.
7) She needn't come.

a) .
b) .
c) .
d) .
e) .
f) .
g) .

8) She isn't allowed to come.

h) .

18 ,
:
travelling: by train, by plane, by car, platform, compartment, to book, suitcase,
wonderful, nature, hiking, bookcase, luggage, weather, on foot, a tent.
19 , :
tall, bright, beautiful, merry, sad, intelligent, pretty, slim, fat, dark-eyed, greyhaired, stupid, old, wise, comfortable.
20 , :
1)
a) The Queen is the leader of ruling party.
b) Great Britain is a monarchy.
c) The Queen of Britain is elected every four year.
2)
a) Prime Minister is the head of the Parliament.
b) Now the Liberal Party is in power in Great Britain.
c) The English Parliament consists of two Houses..
21 :
Jane talks faster than Mary who talks more slowly than George. Andrew talks
faster than Jane but not so fast as Alice who talks faster than George who (as we
know) talks faster than Mary who doesn't talk as fast as Jane. Who talks fastest of all?

3
1 , ''s'',
:
1) six, 2) miss, 3) bus, 4) house, 5) seem, 6) busy
2 :
1) They ... come to see us next week.
a) shall, b) will

2) ... I help you?


a) shall, b) will

2) It ... rain in a moment.

4) There ... be foreign guest


at the party.
a) shall, b) will

a) shall, b) will
3 :
1)They ... their parents every weekend.
a) visit, b) visits, c) shall visit
d) had to visit

2) We ... them next weekend.


a) visited, b) visit, c) shall visit

4 , :
1) I shall get up very early tomorrow, ... ?
a) shall I, b) shan't I, c)can't I, d) don't I
c)doesn't he, d) hasn't he

2) He will have to take his exam in


autumn, ... ?
a) will he, b) won't he,

5 :
1) reading
a)
b)
c)
d)

2) described
a)
b)
c)
d)

6 ''to be'':
1) I ... writing a letter.
a) is, b)am, c) are

2)You ... watching TV, ...n't you?


a) is, b)am, c) are
2) Who ... reading the newspaper?
a) is, b)am, c) are

7 :
1) Every evening at 9 o'clock he ... his dog for a walk in the park.
a) is taking, b) takes, c) will takes
2)What ... she doing now?
3) Look out of the window. It ... hard.
a) is, b) does, c) has
a) rains, b) is raining, c) will rain
8 ''to be'':
1) My car ... at the entrance.
yesterday.
a) was, b) were, c) shall be
9 :

2) We ... watching TV at that time


a) was, b) were, c) shall be

1) The sun ... in the East.


2) When he came they ... dinner.
a) will rise, b) rises, c) is rising,
a)will have, b) have, c) were having,
3) You ... this test now.
a) will write, b) write, c) were writing, d) are writing
10 :
1)I was looking ... the gloves everywhere but couldn't find them.
a) out
c) for
b) at
d) after
2) You must put ... your coat, it's cold outside.
a) out
c) at
b) on
d) off
11 :
1) She is going to spend her holidays at the seaside.
a) .
b) .
) .
2) What are you doing tonight?
a) ?
b) ?
) ?
12 :
1) If the weather ... fine we shall go to the country.
a) is, b) was, c_ will be
2) When everybody ... we shall begin the meeting.
a) is coming, b) comes, c) will come
3) We shall give you a call as soon as he ... .
a) is arriving, b) will arrive, c)arrives
13 :
1) He was born in ... small Russian town.
2) ... Petrovs are our neighbours.
a) a, b) an, c) the, d) a) a, b) an, c) the, d) 2) ... ice-cream is made of milk and sugar.
a) a, b) an, c) the, d) 14 , :
At what time were you returning yesterday?
a) I was returning home because it was late.
b) I was very tired when I was returning home.
c) I was returning home when the clock struck 11.

15 ,
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She likes pop music.
a) Who likes pop music?
b) What kind of music like?
c) Why does she like pop music?
16 :
1) Is it warm today?
2) Does he love her?
3) Is she swimming now?
4) Are you a student?
5) Do you have to go to School on Sundays?
6) Was she asking a lot of questions?
7) Could you answer all the questions?
8) Shall I help you?
9) Will they be able to meet us?

a) Yes, please.
b) Yes, she is.
c) Yes, he does.
d) No, I don't.
e) Yes, I am.
f) No, they won't
g) No, I couldn't
h) Yes, it is.
i) Yes, she was.

17 , :
1)
a) cold b) far c) best d) old e) tall f) slim g) light
a) worst b) new c) fat d) dark e) short f) near g) hot
2)
a) stand d) leave c) take d) borrow e) find f) come into
a) come b) lend c) give d) lose e) go out f) sit
18 , :
every day, in time, on Sundays, once a week, usually, occasionally, normally
19 :
eggs, ham, tea, coffee, porridge, cornflakes, milk, sugar, butter, toasts, bread
a) lunch b) breakfast c) dinner
20 :
There are three rooms downstairs: a big living room, a fairy big kitchen opposite
the living-room and a very small dining-room, there's also a toilet opposite the stairs.
The bedrooms are upstairs: John and Mary's bedroom is at the top of the stairs on the
right, the bathroom is opposite their room and the toilet is next to the bathroom. Next
to Johns and Mary's bedroom is the children's bedroom. The spare bathroom is at the
end of the corridor on the left.

How many rooms are there in the house?


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