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1. Перепишите следующие предложения. Определите по грамматическим признакам, какой частью речи являются слова, оформленные окончанием -s, и какую функцию это окончание выполняет, т.е. служит ли оно:
а) показателем 3-го лица единственного числа глагола в Present Indefinite;
6) признаком множественного числа имени существительного;
в) показателем притяжательного падежа имени существительного (см. образец выполнения 1).
Переведите предложения на русский язык.
1) Oxford University consists of a number of colleges.
2) Small groups of students meet with a member of the university´s teaching staff.
3) The inhabitants of Oxford are proud of their city.

2. Перепишите следующие предложения и переведите их, обращая внимание на особенности перевода на русский язык определений, выраженных именем существительным (см. образец выполнения 2).
1) The students of our group will go to the State History Museum tomorrow.
2) The degrees are awarded at public degree ceremonies.
3) The annual Boat Race is held between Oxford and Cambridge.

3. Перепишите следующие предложения, содержащие разные формы сравнения, и переведите их на русский язык.
1) Oxford is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Great Britain.
2) The more I thought of that plan, the less I liked it.
3) Your translation is better than mine.

4. Перепишите и письменно переведите предложения на русский язык, обращая внимание на перевод неопределенных и отрицательных местоимений.
1) Some students attended the tutorial.
2) Does he know any foreign language?
3) Any exhibit of this museum is valuable.

5. Перепишите следующие предложения, определите в них видовременные формы глаголов и укажите их инфинитив; переведите предложения на русский язык (см. образец выполнения 3).
1) Rivalry between Oxford and Cambridge dates back to around 1209.
2) These students came from public schools.
3) In two years my brother will become an engineer.

6. Прочитайте и устно переведите на русский язык с 1-го по 6-й абзацы текста. Перепишите и письменно переведите 1, 2, 3 и 6-й абзацы.
OXBRIDGE
1) Oxford and Cambridge are the oldest and most prestigious universities in Great Britain. They are often called collectively Oxbridge. Both universities are independent. Many Oxbridge students come from public schools, and Oxbridge graduates often go on to become influential and powerful in British society.
2) Oxford and Cambridge Universities consist of a number of colleges. Each college is different, but in many ways they are alike. Each college has its name and its coat of arms. Each college is governed by a Master.
3) The degrees are awarded at public degree ceremonies. Oxford and Cambridge cling to their traditions, such as the use of Latin at degree ceremo-nies. Full academic dress is worn at examinations.
4) The principal method of undergraduate teaching (other than lectures) is the "supervision´* or "tutorial": terms used at Cambridge and Oxford respectively, though the meaning is the same. These are typically weekly or more frequent hour-long sessions in which small groups of students - usually between one and three - meet with a member of the university´s teaching staff or a doctoral student. Students are normally required to complete an essay or assignment in advance of the supervision/tutorial, which they will discuss with the supervisor/tutor during the session. Students typically receive one to three tutorials/supervisions per week.
5) Rivalry between Oxford and Cambridge also has a long history, dating back to around 1209 when Cambridge was founded by scholars taking refuge from hostile townsmen in Oxford. Many annual competitions are held between Oxford and Cambridge, including the annual Boat Race....

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OXBRIDGE
1)Oxford and Cambridge are the oldest and most prestigious universities in Great Britain. They are often called collectively Oxbridge. Both universities are independent. Many Oxbridge students come from public schools, and Oxbridge graduates often go on to become influential and powerful in British society.
2)Oxford and Cambridge Universities consist of a number of colleges. Each college is different, but in many ways they are alike. Each college has its name and its coat of arms. Each college is governed by a Master.
3)The degrees are awarded at public degree ceremonies. Oxford and Cambridge cling to their traditions, such as the use of Latin at degree ceremo-nies. Full academic dress is worn at examinations.
4)The principal method of undergraduate teaching (other than lectures) is the "supervision´* or "tutorial": terms used at Cambridge and Oxford respectively, though the meaning is the same. These are typically weekly or more frequent hour-long sessions in which small groups of students - usually between one and three - meet with a member of the university´s teaching staff or a doctoral student. Students are normally required to complete an essay or assignment in advance of the supervision/tutorial, which they will discuss with the supervisor/tutor during the session. Students typically receive one to three tutorials/supervisions per week.
5)Rivalry between Oxford and Cambridge also has a long history, dating back to around 1209 when Cambridge was founded by scholars taking refuge from hostile townsmen in Oxford. Many annual competitions are held between Oxford and Cambridge, including the annual Boat Race.
6)In 2011 the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings, based on a survey of 13,388 academics over 131 countries found that both Cambridge and Oxford belonged to the elite group of six universities touted as the "globally recognized super brands"; Cambridge ranked 3rd, Oxford 6th.

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