:






Cockpit a) a company that arranges travel tours 1. c



2. departure b) a boat that carries people or goods across 2.

a river/channel

Voyage c) the area in a plane where the pilots sit 3.

4. ferry d) the start of a journey 4.

5. tour operator e) a long journey (usually in a ship) 5.

A B

6. overseas a) a bus with comfortable seats used for 6.

long journeys

7. destination b) pretty, interesting, beautiful (about a 7.

place or a landscape)

8. picturesque c) a place that somebody is going to 8.

9. cruise d) abroad 9.

10. coach e) a journey by ship for pleasure 10.

III. :

progress, travel, role, move, car

Traveling in the USA

Americans love traveling, they have always been people on the (1)move. It is very normal to (2) _______________________when you retire. In the American system of values change is strongly linked to development, improvement, (3) _______________________, and growth.

They divide the whole of American history into America BC and modern America. In American jargon BC means 'Before (4) ________________________'.


American culture is often called a "car culture", since American mentality is "car-oriented". A driver's license in America plays the same (5) ______________________ as a passport in Russia - you can get a bank loan with it and do several other things, which require your identification.

 

catch, tickets, booking-office, comfort, railroad

Traveling by train

Modern life is impossible without traveling. Of course the fastest way of traveling is by plane. But many people prefer traveling by train as with a train you have speed, (6) _________________________ and pleasure combined.

If you are going to travel by train youd better book (7) _______________________ beforehand because many people are fond of traveling by train. There are some reasons why people choose (8) __________________________. Train is the cheap means of traveling. If it is summer it will be better to think of your trip before the vocation starts. To understand how true it is, you only have to go to a railway station. There you will see hundreds of people hurrying to (9) _________________________ a train. Youll waste a lot of time standing near the (10) __________________________ trying to buy the ticket.

 

danger, seat-belt, board, smoking, get in, various, notices, height, numerous, booking office, taking off, beforehand, luggage, journey, useful

TRAVELLING

One of these days you may find it possible to visit England. From the moment you go on ________ (11) the ship or the airliner, you will see signs and ____________ (12) that will give you ____________ (13) information.




If you come by air, ________________ (14) is forbidden while the plane is on the ground, while it is __________________ (15) and until it has risen to a good _________________ (16). You can find two leather belts fastened to the sides of your seat. The ends of these must be fastened together so that the belt is across your lap. When the plane is well up in the air you are allowed to smoke and may unfasten your ______________ (17).

If you come by ship you may find ________________ (18) notices to show you parts of the ship, for example dining-saloon or boat deck where you will find the boats that can be lowered to the water if there is any ________________ (19) of the ship sinking.

Most of us still have to use trains in a large station where there will be a waiting room where you may rest until it is time to ________________ (20) your train. Passengers are everywhere: in the refreshment room, on the platforms. Those who have not taken precaution of getting their tickets _________________ (21) have to wait in queues at the __________________ (22). At the bookstalls people choose books, magazines or newspapers for the __________________ (23). At the cloak-room others deposit or withdraw their ________________ (24).

Nowadays, those who wish to travel, either for pleasure or on business have at their disposal ___________________ (25) means of transport, from humble inexpensive bicycle to luxurious ships that cross seas and oceans from one continent to another.

 

to be forbidden ; a lap ; humble , ; a queue

 


LAW

 

I. B. .

A B C

1. legal activities a) 1. b

2. legal advice b) , 2.

3. legal age c) 3.

4. legal entity d) 4.

5. legal decision e) 5.

 

A B C

6. to enjoy ones legal rights a) 6.

7. to enter the legal profession b) 7.

8. legal procedure c) 8.

9. legal protection d) 9.

10. legal rights e) 10.

A B C

11. legal costs a) 11.

12. legal expert b) 12.

13. legal document c) 13.

14. legal ethics d) 14.

15. legal language e) 15.

II. B A. .

A B

1. a solemn appeal to a court to witness ones a) case 1. f

determination to speak the truth


2. the use of magic power, especially with the aid of b) witness 2.

evil spirits

3. an accepted social custom or practice c) trial 3.

4. the trying of a person in a law court d) evidence 4.

5. any proceeding, action, cause, lawsuit or e) witchcraft 5.

controversy initiated through the court system

by filing a complaint, petitioner information

f) oath

g) convention

A B

6. a person who gives evidence in a law court a) injury 6.

7. payment for damage or loss, restitution b) trial 7.

8. a punishment imposed for a violation of law or rule c) case 8.

9. harm or damage done or suffered d) evidence 9.

10. a form of proof legally presented at a trial e) witness 10.

through witnesses, records, documents, etc f) penalty

g) compensation

III. :

customs, injuries, legal text, life, slaves

The Birth of Law

Rules and laws - and the conventions or (1) customs from which they are descended - have been a part of human (2) ______________________________ ever since our ancestors first began to live in large and settled groups. But our knowledge is vague of laws that


were in effect, before the invention of writing in about 3500 B.C. The earliest known (3) ______________________________ was written by Ur-Nammu, a king of the Mesopotamian city of Ur, in about 2100 B.C. It dealt largely with compensation for bodily (4) _________________________________, and with the penalties for witchcraft and runaway (5) ______________________________.

 

wrongdoer, oath, method, innocence, trial

Early Juries

In medieval Europe, trials were usually decided by ordeals, in which it was believed God intervened, revealing the (6) ________________________ and upholding the righteous. In the ordeal by water, for instance, a priest admonished the water not to accept a liar. The person whose oath was being tested was then thrown in. If he floated, his (7) _________________________ was deemed to have been perjured. If he was telling the truth, he might drown but his (8) _________________________ was clear.

In 1215, however, the Catholic Church decided that (9) __________________________ by ordeal was superstition, and priests were forbidden to take part. As a result, a new (10) __________________________ of trial was needed, and the jury system emerged.

 

 


 

VOCABULARY

I.

1. decide 2. burglary 3. freshman 4. ban 5. mean 6. doughnut 7. detective   8. coach 9. joke 10. bee 11. unpleasant 12. scruffy 13. drawer   14. mass-produced 15. sign 16. celebrity 17. happy 18. whale 19. escape   20. invisible 21. government 22. insulated 23. advice 24. helicopter 25. widow  

 

II.

1. e 2. o 3. e 4. o 5. e 6. e 7. e 8. e   9. e 10. o 11. o 12. e 13. e 14. e 15. o 16. o   17. o 18. e 19. o 20. e 21. e 22. o 23. o   24. e 25. o 26. o 27. e 28. o 29. o 30. e  

 

III.

Part A 1. e 2. g 3. f 4. a 5. c 6. b 7. d   Part B 1. f 2. g 3. e 4. d 5. b 6. a 7. c   Part C 1. f 2. c 3. g 4. e 5. a 6. b 7. d   Part D 1. c 2. g 3. d 4. f 5. a 6. e 7. b  

IV.

Part A 1. b 2. a 3. g 4. f 5. d   Part B 1. f 2. a 3. b 4. e 5. d   Part C 1. f 2. a 3. g 4. b 5. e   Part D 1. d 2. f 3. a 4. b 5. c  

 

 

GRAMMAR

 

I.

1. the, the, the, 2. an 3. a, 4. ,   5. an, , 6. the, , 7. 8. a, 9. the 10. 11. , a, a, the 12. the 13. 14. the, the 15. a

 

 

II.

1. B 2. B 3. C 4. B 5. A 6. C 7. C 8. A 9. C 10. B 11. B 12. A 13. C 14. B 15. A 16. B 17. A 18. C 19. A 20. B  

 

 


III.

1. somebody 2. something 3. somewhere 4. anything 5. anything 6. anybody 7. somewhere 8. somebody 9. something 10. something 11. anybody 12. anything 13. somebody 14. anywhere 15. somebody 16. anything 17. somewhere 18. something 19. anybody 20. anything 21. something 22. somebody 23. anybody   24. something 25. anything 26. anything 27. anything 28. somebody 29. anything 30. somebody

 

 

IV.

1. B 6. B 11. C 16. C 21. A 26. C

2. B 7. C 12. B 17. A 22. B 27. B

3. B 8. C 13. A 18. B 23. B 28. A

4. C 9. A 14. B 19. B 24. C 29. C

5. B 10. B 15. C 20. C 25. B 30. A

 

 

V.

1. A 2. C 3. A 4. B 5. C 6. A 7. C 8. A 9. B 10. A 11. B 12. A 13. A 14. C 15. A 16. C 17. B 18. C 19. B 20. C 21. B 22. C 23. B 24. A 25. C 26. B 27. A 28. A 29. B 30. C 31. A 32. B 33. A 34. A 35. B 36. C 37. A 38. A 39. B 40. A

 

 

VI.

1. You live in Madrid, dont you?

2. Whose car did you borrow?

3. Have you ever drunk whisky?


4. Who broke the window last Monday?

5. How long have you lived in your town?

6. Where did you go on holiday last year?

7. Who told you about Georges girlfriend? (Who told Georges girlfriend about you?)

8. What are you looking for in my bag?

9. She doesnt like visiting exotic countries, does she?

10. How many foreign countries has he visited?

11. Why wasnt I invited to your party?

12. When was this castle built?

13. Does your mother enjoy watching comedies?

14. What are Tom and Sally talking about? (What are Sally and Tom talking about?)

15. When did you start learning English?

16. How often does she play tennis?

17. Why havent you got a dictionary?

18. Where did she live when she was a child?

19. Who is going to make sandwiches?

20. Who did she get married to?

 

 

READING COMPREHENSION

 

Text A Text B

I. 1. d 2. e 3. b 4. a 5. c II. 1. a 2. a 3. c 4. c 5. a III. 1. T 2. F 3. F 4. F 5. T   I. 1. c 2. e 3. d 4. a 5. b II. 1.b 2. c 3. a 4. b 5. c III. 1. T 2. F 3. T 4. F 5. T

 


Text C Text D

I. 1. e 2. d 3. a 4. b 5. c II. 1. b 2. c 3. a 4. c 5. c III. 1. T 2. T 3. T 4. F 5. T   I. 1. c 2. d 3. e 4. a 5. b II. 1. b 2. b 3. a 4. a 5. c III. 1. T 2. T 3. F 4. T 5. F

 

ENGLISH FOR SCIENCE

 

I.

1. b 2. c 3. d 4. f 5. a 6. e 7. d 8. c 9. e 10. a 11. f 12. b 13. d 14. f 15. b 16. e 17. 18. a 19. b 20. e 21. f 22. c 23. a 24. d 25. e 26. c 27. b 28. f 29. d 30. a 31. c 32. e 33. d 34. a 35. f 36. b

 

II.

1. vital 2. to focus 3. electricity 4. radius 5. source 6. bare 7. discharge 8. a channel 9. current 10. artificial 11. irrigation 12. a plain 13. an atom 14. to condense 15. satellite 16. to magnify 17. to examine 18. a cell 19. to purify 20. to pollute 21. to deposit 22. to radiate 23. a catalyst 24. silt 25. moist 26. to base on 27. to observe 28. a glacier 29. to consist of 30. to grind out 31. jointed 32. to wash away 33. to apply 34. construction 35. climate 36. boundaries 37. a pattern 38. fuel 39. motion 40. lightning

III.

1. 10 2. 7 cm 3. 8 cm 4. 350 cc 5. 25 mph 6. £8 7. 100 8. 4   9. $7 10. 24 cm² 11. 60 12. 48 cm² 13. 5 hours 14. 7 15. 36 cm² 16. $2   17. 10 18. 10 cm 19. 25 20. £9.8 21. 8 cm 22. 39 23. $3 24. 7 cm   25. $4 26. 5 cm 27. 3 28. 19 29. 12 cm 30. 8 cm 31. 7 32. 22   33. 4 cm 34. 500 sec 35. 68 36. 9 37. 99 38. 250 39. 5 cm 40. 1

IV.

Text A 1. property 2. freezes 3. effect 4. surface 5. moulded 6. Glaciers 7. expanded Text B 1. vital 2. pressure 3. liquid 4. gradually 5. evaporates 6. stored 7. fractional Text C 1. jet 2. propulsion 3. evaporates 4. steam 5. heat 6. expansion 7. source Text D 1. artificial 2. telescopes 3. sources 4. signals 5. increased 6. transmitted 7. measure

 

V.

1. 2. a 3. d 4. e 5. b 6. b 7. d 8. a 9.e 10.c 11. d 12. e 13. b 14. c 15. a 16. b 17. e 18. d 19. a 20. c 21. c 22. d 23. a 24. e 25. b 26. d 27. e 28. a 29. c 30. b 31. c 32. d 33. e 34. a 35. b 36. c 37. e 38. d 39. b 40. a 41. e 42. d 43. a 44. b 45. c 46. e 47. a 48. b 49. d 50. c

 

VI.

1. b 2. a 3. c 4. b 5. c 6. b 7. a 8. b 9. b 10. a 11. c 12. b 13. b 14. b 15. a 16. c 17. b 18. c 19. b 20. a

 


ECONOMICS

I

1. f 6. f 11. d 16. b 21. d 26. e 31. c 36. c

2. c 7. e 12. f 17. e 22. c 27. a 32. e 37. f

3. e 8. g 13. a 18. g 23. e 28. d 33. f 38. g

4. g 9. b 14. g 19. d 24. a 29. b 34. b 39. a

5. a 10. c 15. b 20. c 25. b 30. g 35. a 40. e

 

II

1. b 7. e 13. d 19. c 25. b

2. d 8. a 14. b 20. b

3. c 9. b 15. e 21. e

4. a 10. c 16. d 22. d

5. e 11. c 17. e 23. a

6. d 12. a 18. a 24. c

III

1. c 7. e 13. b 19. b 25. d

2. d 8. a 14. c 20. c

3. a 9. c 15. d 21. e

4. b 10. b 16. d 22. c

5. e 11. e 17. e 23. a

6. d 12. a 18. a 24. b

 

TOURISM

I

1. a 7. g 13. b 19. d 25. d

2. d 8. b 14. a 20. a 26. c

3. e 9. a 15. f 21. f 27. g

4. g 10. c 16. c 22. c 28. f

5. f 11. c 17. g 23. g 29. a

6. e 12. e 18. f 24. b 30. d


II

1. c 3. e 5. a 7. c 9. e

2. d 4. b 6. d 8. b 10. a

 

III

1. move 8. railroad 14. smoking 20. get in

2. travel 9. catch 15. taking off 21. beforehand

3. progress 10. booking-office 16. height 22. booking-office

4. car 11. board 17. seat-belt 23. journey

5. role 12. notices 18. numerous 24. luggage

6. comfort 13. useful 19. danger 25. various

7. tickets

 

LAW

I

1. b 4. c 7. e 10. d 13. d

2. a 5. d 8. b 11. c 14. b

3. e 6. c 9. a 12. a 15. e

 

II

1. f 3. g 5. a 7. g 9. a

2. e 4. c 6. e 8. f 10. d

 

III

1. customs 3. legal text 5. slaves 7. oath 9. trial

2. life 4. injuries 6. wrongdoer 8. innocence 10. method

 


 

 

 

...3

Vocabulary ...4

Grammar .........10

Reading Comprehension..21

English For Science......28

Economics42

Tourism49

Law...54

57

 

 


 

 





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