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Task 1. Rewrite the sentences. Decide on grammatical grounds, what part of speech the word is decorated ending -s, and what function it performs end, t. E. Whether it is:

- Indication of the 3rd person singular. of the verb in the Present Indefinite;

- Sign more. number of noun;

- Indication of the possessive case of a noun.

1. Moscow is one of the world´s cultural and scientific centres.

2. The first mentioning of Moscow in chronicles dates back (refers) to 1147.

3. The researcher states that the new method of work is of great importance for the fulfilment of the plan.

Task 2. Rewrite the following sentences and translate them, taking into account the peculiarities of the Russian translation of the definitions expressed by a noun.

1. Our University building is high.

2. The American court system is complex.

3. The Moscow underground is very beautiful.

Task 3. Rewrite the following sentences that contain different forms of comparison, and translate them into Russian.

1. This book is more interesting than that one.

2. The more we learn, the less we know.

3. They discussed the most important problems at the meeting yesterday.

Task 4. Copy writing and translated into Russian by the following proposals, paying particular attention to the translation of indefinite pronouns.

1. There are some 150 museums in Moscow.

2. Any museum of Moscow is of great interest to us.

3. Do you have any books on English Law.

Task 5. Rewrite the following sentences, define them vidovremennyh verbs and specify their infinitive, put the proposal to the Russian language.

1. We celebrated the 850th anniversary of Moscow as our biggest holiday.

2. Some of our students will take part in this conference.

3. She is on holiday now.

Task 6. Read and orally translated into Russian 1, 2, 3, 4 paragraphs of text № 1. Rewrite and translate the writing of 1, 5, 6 paragraphs of text number 1.

Text number 1

The United Kingdom

The UK (short for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) is situated on two islands called the British Isles. The larger island is Great Britain, which consists of three parts: England, Scotland and Wales, and the smaller is Ireland. Southern Ireland, now called Eire or the Irish Republic, is independent of the UK.

The country is washed by the Atlantic Ocean, the North Sea, which is between Great Britain and Ireland.

If you travel to England from Russia, it will take you two days to pass through several countries on the Continent by train, and six more hours to cross the English Channel by boat. You can also fly there, and then the journey will only take you three and a half hours.

There are mountain chains in Scotland, Wales and North-West England, but they are not very high. North-West England is also famous for its beautiful lakes.

The longest river in England is the Severn, and the deepest is the Thames, on which stands the capital of England, London.

The UK is a highly developed industrial country. She exports machinery, vessels, motor and other goods. One of her main industries is the textile industry and a lot of British textiles are exported. The UK buys more goods than she sells because she has to import food products and raw materials from many countries of the World.

Task 1 7. Read a paragraph of text. From the statements below indicate the number of proposals, which corresponds to the content of the paragraph.

1. The UK consists of 3 parts.

2. The UK consists of Great Britain and the Irish Republic.

3. The UK consists of four parts.

Task 8. Read and translate the text in writing number 2.

The text number 2

There are three separate systems of law in the United Kingdom: the legal systems of law courts of 1. England and Wales; 2. Scotland; 3. Northern Ireland. However, there are some common features to all systems

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Task 8. Read and translate the text in writing number 2.

The text number 2

There are three separate systems of law in the United Kingdom: the legal systems of law courts of 1. England and Wales; 2. Scotland; 3. Northern Ireland. However, there are some common features to all systems in the United Kingdom: the sources of law, the distinction between civil law and criminal law. The sources of law include: 1. Written law (ie statutes (ie statutes); 2. Unwritten law (ie Common law and Equity) based on judicial precedent. We also call the common law as "case law" or "judge made" law. It means that when one judge had decided a point of law, any judge who has the similar set of facts must decide case in the same way as in the earlier judgement. In other words, the judge uses the process of analogy. Any it is in this way that the generations of judges have built up the Common law. The structure of courts in England and Wales looks like this.

It is the Magistrates´ Courts (sometimes called police courts) that try the majority of all criminal cases and some civil cases. Magistrates´ Courts are presided over by lay magistrates (also called justices of the peace - JP s) who work part-time and are unpaid. The courts consists of between 2 and 7 magistrates. In a few large cities there are also stipendiary magistrates who sit alone and have legal training. County courts are the main civil courts and the Crown Court deals with all the more serious criminal cases. It also hears appeals from magistrates´ courts. The accused has the right to trial by jury. There is the Central Criminal Court in London (the old Bailey). The High Court hears all those civil cases that can not be decided by county courts. The Court of Appeal hears both criminal and civil appeals and the House of Lords is the final appelate tribunal. The judges in the House of Lords is the ten "Lords of Appeal in Ordinary" (the "law lords").


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