English (Law of Supply)

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Option 4
1. Form the comparative and superlative degree of comparison the following adjectives.
Helpful, bad, hot, easy, important, fast, many, serious, old, beautiful.

2. Put in place the appropriate points within the meaning of the modal verb.
Turn suggestions (in writing).
1 .You ... take my umbrella.
2, You ... do it immediately.
3. ... You tell me the way to the nearest post-office?
4. I do not think you ... work so hard.

3.Postavte questions to isolated words.
1. I work at the office.
2. They will play football after classes (alternative question)
3. The pupils went to the cinema yesterday.
4. Tom likes cakes very much.

4. Expand the brackets having used the Present, Past or Future Simple Tense. Turn suggestions (in writing).
1. Sometimes he has to call meetings off at the last minute, but he (to hate) it.
2. Do you think they (to win) the match on Sunday?
3. The last time he (to take) a day off was five years ago.
4. Mary usually (not to cat) at 6 o'clock.

5. Expand the brackets having used the Present, Past or Future Continuous Tense. Turn suggestions (in writing).
1 .While Jane (to cook) I (to read) a book.
2.Martin is not here. He (to get) ready for the test now.
3.1 (w read) fr om 5 to 6 tomorrow. 4.Excuse me, but you (to stand) on my foot.

6. Consume offer in the Present Perfect Tense. Put offer in writing.
_ I read this book (already). I have already read this book.
1.I wrote a letter to my sister (just),
2. He spent his summer holidays in Spain (never)
3. I know him very well, (since 1999)
4. I washed my shoes (just).

7 .1) Read and translate written text.
2) Insert the missing prepositions.
3) Determine the value of the end of the -s (plural nouns, 3 person singular. The number of the verb) in the following words: analyses, consumers, costs, reflects, economists, wages.
Law of Supply
Supply is the fundamental concept ... both macro- and microeconomic analyses. In macroeconomic theory, aggregate supply is mainly a function of expected sales to consumers, businesses and governments. In microanalysis supply is mainly a function of prices and costs of production.
incorporated in the supply curve, goods and services are opportunity costs. Economists differ ... accountants and from the Internal Revenue Service by including both explicit and implicit costs, or opportunity costs. Implicit costs are mainly business costs for wages, rents and interest, wh ereas opportunity costs are the alternative costs of doing
something else.
In competitive markets the shape reflects time in the production process, such as the immediate or immediate or market period, the short run, and the long run. The supply curve ... the short run is less inelastic or more elastic than in the immediate period. The long run permits sufficient time for the greater the elasticity of supply.

4) Put questions to offer:
In microanalysis supply is mainly a function of prices and costs of production.


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