Examination № 1. Option 3. Surgut state. Univ

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I. Rewrite the following sentences. Decide on grammatical grounds, what part of speech the word is decorated ending -s. and what function it performs end.
1. The population lives mostly in towns and their suburbs.
2. There are many people of all colours and races in the UK
3. The UK is one of the world's smallest countries (It is twice smaller than France or Spain).

II. Rewrite the following sentences that contain different forms of degrees of comparison adjectives and translate them into Russian.
1.Great Britain is the name of the largest Island of the British Isles.
2. The most important ports of Great Britain are: London, Liverpool, Glasgow and Cardiff.
3. Oxford and Cambridge are the oldest and most prestigious universities in Great Britain.

III. Rewrite the following sentences and translate them, paying particular attention to the Russian translation of the definitions expressed by a noun.
1. Some 80,000 overseas students study at British universities or education colleges or train in nursing, law, banking or in industry.
2. The election campaign in GB lasts about three weeks.
3. London is one of leading world centers for music, drama, opera and dance.

IV. Rewrite the following sentences, determine in their species-tense forms of the verb and specify their infinitive; translate proposals into Russian.
1. The dean will come here later.
2. The student made no mistakes in his translation.
3. Plasma is the fourth state of matter.

V. Review and orally translated into Russian the entire text. Pere¬pishite and writing move paragraphs 1, 2, 3.4, 6.
1. Although Scotland takes up one-third of the territory of the British Isles, its population is not very big. It is the most northern part of the island of Great Britain.
2. The Cheviot Hills mark the boundary between England and Scotland. Apart from this land link with England, Scotland is surrounded by sea.
3. The Highlands of Scotland are among the oldest mountains in the world. They reach their highest point in Ben Nevis (1343 m). The most im-portant city here is Aberdeen which is the oil centre of Scotland. Ships and helicopters travel from Aberdeen to the North Sea oil rigs. Work on an oil rig is difficult and dangerous.
Glasgow is Scotland's biggest city.
4. Shipbuilding is one of its most important industries, other industries are iron and steel, heavy and light engineering and coal-mining. It is the centre of the working-class movement ant has glorious revolutionary tradi-tions.
6. Edinburgh has been the capital since the 15th century, when its fortified castle was the centre of Scotland's resistance to its enemies. Edinburgh is the cultural centre of Scotland. It is associated with the names of George Gordon Byron and Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson, Robert Burns and Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes. It is also associated with the world famous Edinburgh Festival of Music and Drama.

VI. 5 Read the paragraph and answer in writing to the following question:
What things do people associate with Scotland?


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