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1. Rewrite and translate the following sentences. Find all the words ending with "s", determine what function it performs end (see. Sample 1), t. E. Whether it is:
a) index of the third person singular of the verb in the Present Indefinite;
b) index of the plural noun;
c) indication of the possessive case of a noun.
1. Scotland accounts for half of Britain's forest area. 2. In the North of Scotland there is a lake which contains one of the biggest mysteries of the 20th century. 3. In the south of England snow falls very seldom and never lies too long. 4. Edinburgh, Scotland's capital, lies on seven hills and goes down those hills to the sea.

2. Rewrite the following sentences and translate them, paying particular attention to the Russian translation of the definitions expressed by a noun.
1. Walter Scott is the father of the historical novel in world literature. 2. There are many mountain lakes in Scotland. 3. Edinburgh is the capital and one of the largest sea-port of Scotland. 3. Robert Burn's mother often told the children popular folk-tales and sang old country-side songs.

3. Rewrite the following sentences that contain different forms of comparison, and translate them into Russian.
1. Robert Burns is the Scotland's greatest poet. 2. Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. 3. Scotland's capital is more than five centuries old. 4. They say that Edinburgh is as beautiful as St. Petersburg.

4. Rewrite and translate into Russian proposal, paying attention to the translation of indefinite and negative pronouns.
1. There are some places of interest in Scotland, which are very popular among the tourists. 2. Anyone in Scotland can speak in English and Gaelic. 3. Everybody in England knows the poems and plays of William Shakespeare very well. 4. Almost nobody celebrates New Year's Day in the South of England but in Scotland it is a great holiday.

5. Rewrite and translate the following sentences. Each sentence determine vidovremennyh form of the verb-predicate and specify the infinitive (see. Sample 2).
1. Many great men lived and worked in Edinburgh. 2. The Cheviot Hills separate Scotland from England. 3. Scotland is the Motherland of the great poet Robert Burns and the fa¬mous novelist Sir Walter Scott. 4. Textile industry will produce new sorts of high-quality tweeds.

6. Read and orally translate the text into Russian. Rewrite and translate the writing title and 1, 3, 4 and 5 paragraphs of text.
Scotland
1. Scotland is a country in the north of Great Britain. Besides the mainland, Scotland includes some islands: the Hebrides, Orkneys and Shetlands. The mainland has the boundary on the south with England; the Atlantic Ocean washes it on the west and north, on the east it is washed by the North Sea.
2. There are many mountain chains in Scotland. The highest mountains are Grampians, which include Ben Nevis. The chief river systems are those of the Forth and Clyde. Scotland is famous for its beautiful lakes among them are Loch Ness and Loch Lomond. The population is some 5 million people. The national emblem of Scotland is the this¬tle.
3. The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh ....

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6. Прочтите и устно переведите текст на русский язык. Перепишите и письменно переведите заглавие и 1, 3, 4, 5 абзацы текста.
Scotland
1. Scotland is a country in the north of Great Britain. Besides the mainland, Scotland includes some islands: the Hebrides, Orkneys and Shetlands. The mainland has the boundary on the south with England; the Atlantic Ocean washes it on the west and north, on the east it is washed by the North Sea.
2. There are many mountain chains in Scotland. The highest mountains are Grampians, which include Ben Nevis. The chief river systems are those of the Forth and Clyde. Scotland is famous for its beautiful lakes among them are Loch Ness and Loch Lomond. The population is some 5 million people. The national emblem of Scotland is the this¬tle.
3. The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh. Edinburgh is the city of science and it is associated with science, law and administration. This reputation, together with many historic buildings has led to its being called “The Athens of the North”. The annual festival of the arts is internationally famous. Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful cities not only in Great Brit¬ain but also in Europe. It lies on seven hills and goes down those hills to the sea. Edinburgh is one of the largest industrial and cultural centers of Scotland. Many great men lived and worked there. Robert Burns, the great Scottish poet, published his first book of poems in Edinburgh. Walter Scott, the farther of historical novel in world literature, was born in Edinburgh.
4. Some three-fourths of Scotland’s population live in the Central Lowlands. The traditional Scottish industries are coal-mining, steel manufacture and ship-building. After the discovery in the 1970s of oil and gas under the North Sea new industries began to develop. They are electronic engineering, chemicals, the food and drank industries and light engineering. Glasgow is the third largest city in Britain. It is associated with heavy industry and some of the worst housing conditions in Britain.
5. Scotland has one-third of Britain’s total agriculture area but 70 per cent of it consists of hill grazing for cattle and sheep. Only some 10 per cent of the agricultural land they use for crops and 70 per cent of it is under barley. Scotland accounts for half of Britain’s forest area, and fish-ing remains an important activities.

7. Прочтите 2-й абзац текста. Из приведённых вариантов ответа выпишите и переведите предложение, содержащее правильный ответ на следующий вопрос:

What is Scotland famous for?
1. Scotland is famous for its industry and agriculture.
2. Scotland is famous for its beautiful lakes.
3. Scotland is famous for its customs and traditions.

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