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1. Group your keywords by their suffix. Specify the part of speech, translated into Russian:

airy, consultation, relatively, possibility, special, wordy, sufficiently, preparation, humanity, official, hearty, protection, ability, professional, actively

2. The image of the word with the suffix and translate them into Russian:

- Ion to construct, to legislate, to produce, to consume

- Ful to use, to hope, beauty, wonder, skill

- Ly necessary, regularly, clear, easy, cold

- Ive to construct, to support, to inform, attention

3. Look for the translation of words, data in brackets:

1. (It) is a promising company. 1. This

2. He does not work at (that) department. 2. These

3. (This) manager is a representative of our firm. 3. That

4. I do not know (the) students. 4. Those

5. He lives at (that) hostel.

6. (It) is an interesting article.

7. (It) are my relatives.

8. (That) is a computer-class.

9. (These) girls are very jolly.

10. (This is) old woman is a famous lawyer.

4. Insert the indefinite pronouns some, any, no:

1. There are ... new scientific societies at our Institute.

2. You can take ... bus to get to the railway station.

3. Are there ... questions to me?

4. Will you miss ... lectures on Monday?

5. He has ... problems with his parents.

6. ... student can study well if he wants.

7. Did she study ... legal subjects last year?

8. I gave him ... money yesterday.

9. There will be ... lectures on the 1st of January.

10. He has ... experience in the field of law. He is a first-year student.

5. Replace the underlined word or phrase personal pronouns in the objective case:

1. The teacher asked my brother a question. 1. You

2. Yesterday I read an interesting story. 2. Her

3. We saw your sister last week. 3. Him

4. We invite our friends to live with us. 4. It

5. You must pay attention to your Grammar. 5. Us

6. Spend more time with your parents. 6. Them

7. I'll show you and your husband our new flat.

8. He met his children at the railway station.

9. Your uncle knows me and my parents well.

6. Replace the possessive personal pronouns:

1. (You) proposal is quite interesting. 1. My

2. I always walk to (I) office. 2. Your

3. Mr. Brown wrote the letter, typed it and sent it to (he) partner. 3. His

4. He met (they) guests at the entrance to the firm. 4. Her

5. (She) favourite subject at the Institute was Economics. 5. Our

6. (We) new sales manager is very energetic. 6. They

7. From the words given below, select the desired within the meaning of:

1. There are many ... among the teachers. (Woman, women)

2. The ... of great scientists are very interesting. (Lives, life)

3. Her ... is 3 years old. (Children, child)

4. Our ... at the Institute last for 6 years. (Studies, study)

5. There are many ... on Politics at our library. (Book, books)

8. Insert much or many:

1. There were ... new details in the contract.

2. Peter spent ... time to study the proposal.

3. We know very ... about this firm.

4. We signed ... contracts last week.

5. Do not put ... sugar in my coffee, please.

9. Put the adjectives in the correct degree of comparison:

1. I want to achieve ... results in the second term than in the first one. (Good, better, the best)

2. To translate this text from English into Russian is as ... as to read it in English. (Difficult, more difficult, the most difficult)

3. His answer at the exam was ... than his friend's answer. (Bad, worse, the worst)

4. I'm getting ... and .... (Old and old; elder and elder; eldest and eldest)

5. Moscow is the ... city in Russia. (Large, larger, the largest)

6. Dorothy is the ... in her family. (Young, younger, the youngest)

7. Where is the ... bus-stop? (Near, nearer, the nearest)

8. Public transport in London is the ... in Europe. (Expensive, more expensive, the most expensive)

9. This problem w
10. Put the verb to be and to have the desired shape:

1. Yesterday our group ... two practical classes. (Has, had, will have)

2. There ... some books on Marketing on the table. (Is, are, was)

3. Our assistant's experiments ... successful. (Am, was, were)

4. There ... a lecture on Philosophy tomorrow. (Is, was, will be)

5. She ... 3 exams in winter session. (Has, had, will have)

6. My brother ... great abilities for English. (Has, had, will have)

7. We ... good specialists in four years. (Are, shall be, will be)

8. It ... time to begin our laboratory work. (Is, am, are)

9. There ... a hostel near our house. (Was, are, were)

10. They ... practical classes in many theoretical subjects last year. (Has, had, will have)

11. Insert a suitable within the meaning of modal verbs:

1. He ... not come today. He is ill. A. must

2. They ... be at home now. B. can

3. We ... attend lectures regularly. C. may

4. ... come in?

5. Students ... work hard during the whole term.

6. ... I speak to Jane, please?

7. Children ... come home in time.

8. I ... not carry out this experiment. I am tired.

12. Read and translate written text:


a) Solicitors.

There are about 50,000 solicitors in England and Wales. They deal with all the day-today work of preparing legal documents for buying and selling houses, making wills, etc. Solicitors also work on court cases for their clients, prepare cases for barristers and may represent their clients only in a Magistrate's Court.

b) Barristers.

There are about 5,000 barristers who defend or prosecute in the higher courts. Although solicitors and barristers work together on cases, barristers specialize in representing clients in court. In court they wear wigs and gowns in keeping with the extreme formality of the proceedings. The highest level of barristers has the title QC (Queen's Counselor).

c) Judges.

There are a few hundred judges trained as barristers, who preside in more serious cases. There is no separate training for judges.

d) Jury.

A jury consists of twelve people ("jurors") who are ordinary people chosen at random from the Electoral Register. They listen to the evidence given in court and decide whether the defendant is guilty or innocent. Jury is rarely used in civil cases.

e) Magistrates.

There are about 30,000 magistrates (Justices of the Peace or JPs) who judge in the lower courts. They are respectable people who are usually unpaid and have no formal legal qualifications.

13. Ask all question types to offer:

There are about 50,000 solicitors in England and Wales.

14. Select the legal profession in accordance with the text:

1. An officer acting as a judge in the lower courts.

2. An official with authority to listen and decide cases in the court.

3. A group of people who swear to give a true decision in the court.

4. A lawyer who has the right to speak and argue in the higher court.

5. A lawyer who prepares legal documents, advises clients and speak for them in the lower court.

15. Set the root word:

- To judge, a judge, judgment, judgment-day

- To defend, defender, defendant, defendant-box, defence, defenceless

- To prosecute, prosecutor, prosecution

- To punish, punishable, punishment

- To execute, executor, execution, executioner, executive

- Evidence, evident, evidential, evidently

- To detect, detection, detective, detector

- To elect, election, elective, elector, electoral, electorate

- Jury, juror, grand jury, jury-box

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