Задание 1. Из четырех вариантов A,B,C,D выберите единственно правильный. Спишите предложение и переведите его на русский язык.
Выберите правильный ответ
1. Не usually had dinner at 4 p.m.....?
a) had he b) hadn´t, he c) did he d) didn´t he
2. He works ... and makes good progress.
a) hard b) hardly c)good d) badly
3. I’ve made ... mistakes now than I made last time.
a) Few b) a few c) fewer d) less
4. ... only one theatre and two cinemas in this city ten years ago.
a) There is b) There was c) There are d) There were
5. … first band news.
a) These are b) This is c) Those are d) They are
6. Would you like … milk with your tea?
a) some b) a few c) any d) many
7. ... something strange in her appearance.
a) It is b) This is c) There is d) That is
8. I’m afraid my watch ... stopped.
a) had b) have c) were d) has
9. Who can tell me where ... ?
a) is my key b) my key is c) my key bad been d) was my key
10. How ... clothes are you going to take with you?
a) much b) little c) many d) few
11. Let´s finish the translation today, …?
a) shall we b) will we c) shan’t we d) won´t we
12. This is my lighter, and where is …?
a) Ben b) your c) their d) Ben’s
Задание 2. Прочитайте и письменно переведите текст. Ответьте письменно на вопросы после текста.
What is International Trade?
When Honduras exports bananas to Switzerland, they can use the money they earn to import Swiss chocolate -—or to pay for Kuwaiti oil or a vacation in Hawaii. The basic idea of international trade and investment is simple: each country produces goods or services that can be either consumed at home or exported to other countries.
The main difference between domestic trade and international trade is the use of foreign currencies to pay for the goods and services crossing international borders. Although global trade is often added up in U.S. dollars, the trading itself involves various currencies. Japanese videocassette recorders are paid for in German marks in Berlin, and German cars are paid for in U.S. dollars in Boston. Indian tea, Brazilian coffee, and American films are sold around the world in currencies as diverse as Turkish liras and Mexican pesos.