Вариант № 2.
(Выполняется студентами, фамилии которых начинаются с букв О – Я).
Lexis and grammar key points
1.1 (5 x 1 points) Phonetics. Choose the words in which EA has the same pronunciation as in TO TREAT. Tick (√) the correct variants in the boxes.
2: to read
1.2. (5 x 1 points) Lexis. Match phrasal verbs with the meaning. Write your answers (letters A, B, C, D, E or F) in the boxes.
1: the engine stopped working a: get on
2: be careful b: take off
3: go into the air c: look out
4: get out of the bed d: break down
5: to manage e: get by
f: get up
1.3. (4 x 1 points) Choose the best way to say these numbers. (Sometimes more than one way is possible.) Write your answers (letters A, B, C, D) in the boxes.
a. one thousand and one
b. ten thousand one
c. ten thousand and one
d. one triple oh one
a. two thousand three
b. two double oh three
c. two thousand and three
d. twenty oh three
a. sixty-three pound and thirty pence
b. sixty-three pounds and thirty pence
c. sixty-three pounds and thirteen pence
d. sixty-three pounds thirty
a. forty-five thousand, six hundred and thirty-eight euro
b. forty-five thousand, six hundred and eighty-three euro
c. forty-five thousand, six hundred and three eight euro
d. forty-five, sixty-three, eight euro
1.4. (5 x 2 points) Replace each word or phrase underlined with a word or phrase from the list which has the opposite meaning. Write your answers in the boxes.
cash generous profit save well off expensive poverty purchase take out worthless
1. Most people in the city live in great prosperity.
2. The manager insisted that I paid by cheque.
3. Some people manage to spend most of their money.
4. Jean was able to make only one sale during the morning.
5. The old painting I found in the loft turned out to be valuable.
1.5. (5 x 2 points) Match the words with the appropriate definitions. (There are extra words.) Write your answers in the boxes.
equation, bookkeeper, posting, debit, book of accounts,
single-entry system, revenues, double-entry system
1. The process of recording amounts as credits and amounts as de¬bits.
2. A person who was called an accountant long ago.
3. A process when each transaction is recorded only once.
4. When each document is recorded as multiple journal entries.
1.6. (5 x 2 points) Match the words with the appropriate definitions. (There are extra words.) Write your answers in the boxes.
managerial accounting, tax accounting, financial accounting, SEC, employ, audit, white-collar worker, FBI,
government accountants, investigate
1. The process by which financial statements are prepaired.
2. An examination of financial statements and the underlying ac-counting system, conducted by a certified public accountant who issues a written opinion as to the fairness of the financial state-ments.
3. People who prepare financial statements describing the financial status of government agencies.
4. Body created by Congress in 1934 to regulate securities markets.
5. Plans future transactions to minimize the amount of tax to be paid.
English for Business Communication
2.1. (4 x 2 points) Ethics. A word or phrase is missing in each of the sentences below. Three answer choices are given below each sentence. Select the best answer to complete the sentence. Write your answers (letters A, B or C) in the boxes.
If you’re doing business abroad, it’s useful to know about local customs.
1) If a British nods his/her head, it probably means … .
b: ‘I am interested’
c: ‘I understand’
2) If an Asian partner nods his/her head, it probably means … .
a: ‘I understand’
c: ‘I am interested’
3) At a social occasion with an Indian client you … .
a: mustn’t discuss business
b: can discuss business
c: don’t have to discuss business