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Verification work number 3

1. Correlate the meanings of words and phrases in the right column of data, with their English equivalents given in the left column.

1 implementation of law a) officials

2 recruitment b) civil service

3 to apply for a transfer c) decide (to consider) complaints

4 officials d) carried out

5 civil service e) application of the law

6 to be undertaken f) partisan activity

7 partisan activity g) Employee

8 appointment h) recruitment

9 to determine complaints i) appointment

10 employee j) to request the transfer of

2. Read and choose the correct translation of participles, bold shriftom.chastey in bold.

1. The commission draws up the rules governing examinations for those positions that Congress places in the classified civil service.

a) regulations b) settling c) adjusting

2. In 1939 the merit system was extended to sections of state administration receiving federal grants.

a) receiving b) receive c) to give

3. One of the oldest examples of a civil service based on meritocracy is the Imperial bureaucracy of China.

4. Having been authorized by Congress the President prescribed regulations for admission to public service.

5. British civil servants are strictly excluded from politics.

6. Having come to office in 1979 Margaret Thatcher reduced the size of the civil service.

7. A new civil service code was launched on 6 June 2006 to outline the core values \u200b\u200band standards expected of civil servants.

a) releasing b) releasing c) released

8. In late 1981 the Prime Minister announced the abolition of the Civil Service Department, transferring power over the Civil Service to the Prime Minister´s Office and Cabinet Office.

9. By 1998, 42 Charters had been published, and they included services provided by public service industries such as the health service and the railways, as well as by the civil service.

10. Under the administration of Tony Blair, the influence of two Downing Street special advisers, Jonathan Powell and Alastair Campbell, both of whom were given formal power over Downing Street civil servants.

3. Read and choose the correct translations of forms of participles, which correspond to the words given in parentheses. participle, which correspond to words given in parentheses.

1. In 1806, the British East India Company established a college near London for training administrators (based) on the recommendation of officials in China.

a) having been based b) basing c) based

2. (Appointed) as an efficiency expert with the Prime Minister´s personal backing, Marks and Spencer identified numerous problems with the Civil Service.

a) having appointed b) having been appointed c) appointed

3. Margaret Thatcher immediately set about reducing the size of the civil service, (reducing) numbers from 732,000 to 594,000 over her first seven years in office.

a) cutting b) cut c) having been cut

4. The Civil Rights Act of 1965 (introduced) by Lyndon Johnson, made companies hire and promote minorities.

a) enacting b) enacted c) having enacted

5. At the height of patronage every administration was marked by massive removals of officials (employees) for the departing administration.

a) worked b) having been worked c) working

6. The establishment of the modern civil service is closely (associated) with the decline of feudalism and the growth of national autocratic states.

a) associating b) associated c) being associated

7. The organization of the government bureaucracy was streamlined by the creation of the General Services Administration, (combining) the operations and activities of some 60 government agencies.

8. A Civil Servi

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4. Transform the sentences using participle I or II instead of bold pieces proposals.

1. The Pendleton Act classified certain jobs which were removed from the patronage ranks. 2. In the 2006-07 financial year, there were 155,482 Australian public servants who were employed under the Public Service Act. 3. In France the reforms that preceded the Revolution were the basis for the Napoleonic reforms that transformed the royal service into the civil service. 4. In 1851 Congress passed a resolution that requested Cabinet officers to formulate some plan of ....

5. Select the correct translation from the options gerund.

1. President George Washington (1789-1797) set a high standard in political appointments in selecting his nominees.

a) choosing b) when choosing c) when choosing

2. I insist on promoting an official on the basis of the judgement of superiors.

a) promoting b) promoting c) promotion

3. He objected to transforming the royal service into the civil service.

a) conversion b) convert c) converting ...

6. Transform the suggestions so that they present gerund. Turn them into Russian.

1. He was surprised at the fact that in Prussia civil servants were chosen on a competitive basis. 2. He mentioned that Napoleonic reforms transformed the royal service into the civil service. 3. Do you mind if I apply for a transfer to anywhere in the civil service. 4. He insisted that he can do the work for private sector as well

7. Build conditional sentences type I (actual condition) and type II (unreal condition) converting verbs in parentheses.

1. If he (want) to change his job, he (apply) for a new job in the same agency. (C. I) 2. If they (be) of the same political party, they not (appoint) commissioners. (C. II) 3. If you (be) a member of the Civil Service Commission you can (conduct) ...

8. Build conditionals type III transforming the verbs in parentheses.

1. If Lyndon Johnson (not enact) the Civil Rights Act in 1965, com¬panies not (promote) monorities. 2. If you (conduct) the investigation, you (know) the truth. 3. If he (keep) records, he not (forget) anything. 4. If you really (want) to determine ....

9. Open the brackets and put the verbs in the active or passive voice.

1. During the nineteenth century, civil service (base) on the Spoils System. 2. In 1871, George Curtis (organize) the Civil Service Reform League. 3. Women (not, restrict) from taking the exam and being ap¬pointed to a post. 4. The Civil Service Code (introduce) in 1996 and (set) out the duties and responsibilities of civil servants. 5. Since September 11, 2001, the Bush Administration (take) every opportunity available to advocate for a profound erosion of civil service protection. 6. The early years of civil service (mark) by a period of high standards and expectations of public officials. 7. During the next 20 years, at least one civil service reform bill (introduce) in each session of Congress. 8. The Spoils System (patronage) is the policy of giving government jobs to political party workers who (support) a victorious

10. Agree (T) or disprove (F) the following statements.

1. The use of competitive examinations to select civil official was begun in the world in 206 BC-220AD.

2. A Conservative idea was to make civil service departament agents.

3. Since the late nineties civil service departaments report only to the minister in each principality.

4. Civil service is centralized over matters.

5. The modern service was developed between 1780-1870.

6. The Senior Civil Service was created in 1981.

7. Federal employees do not play an active role in party politics.

8. In 1865 reform legislation was introduced to Congress because the Spoils System was associated with corruption.

9. The Pendleton Act of 1883 established the Civil Service reform league.

10. The Civil Rights Act of 1965 forbids discrimination in the work place.


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