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"ENGLISH" (Part 1)

Task 1.

Explore Chapter 1 Lessons 1.1. "Greeting" and 1.2. "Introducing".
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.
Question 1. How do you do?
1. I am fine, thanks.
2. How do you do?
3. Good morning.
4. Glad to see you.
5. What about you?
Question 2. Hello! Nice to see you!
1. Good day!
2. Thank you very much.
3. How are you?
4. Hello! Nice to see you too!
5. Sorry! I am in a hurry.
Question 3. Let me introduce my friend Frank Black. Reply
1. How do you do?
2. How are you?
3. Glad to see you.
4. It is nice to meet you.
5. What are you?
Question 4. Continue ice Let me introduce myself.
1. I am Sir Smith.
2. I am Smith.
3. I am Smith John.
4. I am Mike Smith.
5. I am doctor Mr Smith.
Question 5. Find the correct translation: He's a representative of the American company.
1. He is a representative of the American firm.
2. He is present in the American firm.
3. He is a representative to the American firm.
4. He is present at the American firm.
5. He present to American firm.
Task 2.

Explore Chapter 1 Lessons 1.1. "Greeting" and 1.2. "Introducing".
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.
Question 1: Who is 10 am healthy, you say:
1. Good morning!
2. Good afternoon!
3. Good evening!
4. Good night!
5. Good day!


Question 2. Do you agree with a friend to meet soon. Saying goodbye, you say:
1. Good bye!
2. See you!
3. So long!
4. See you later!
5. See you to-morrow.
Question 3. In response to the appreciation you answer:
1. Please.
2. Good bye!
3. Not at all.
4. Go on!
5. Hi!
Question 4. Do you want to present. Choose a phrase that has no grammatical errors.
1. I want introduce.
2. Let introduce me.
3. Let me to introduce myself.
4. I want me introduce.
5. Let me introduce myself.
Question 5. What excuse you set instead of a space: May I introduce our Sales Manager ... you?
1. -
2. to
3. for
4. with
5. by
Task 3.
Explore Chapter 1 (see paragraphs 1.3 "Job application" and 1.4. "Recommendations"
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.

Question 1. What excuse references: He graduated ... the University in 1997.
1. -
2. at
3. with
4. from
5. out of
Question 2. What excuse references: This information is ... special interest to you.
1. with
2. of
3. for
4. -
5. in
Question 3. What excuse references: Our college can provide you ... high class specialists in various fields.
1. in
2. -
3. of
4. on
5. with

Question 4. How can replace the word underlined word in the phrase "supplementary information"
1. super important
2. interesting
3. additional
4. useful
5. detailed

Question 5. What is the preposition or conjunction references: We would be interested ... a Letter of Reference if necessary.
1. in
2. on
3. with
4. whether
5. about




Task 4.

Explore Chapter 1 (see paragraphs 1.3 "Job application" and 1.4. "Recommendations"
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.
Question 1. Find the word that does not match the overall theme.
1. job
2. career
3. position
4. work
5. winter
Question 2. Find the word that does not match the overall theme.
1. visit
2. diploma
3. certificate
4. References
5. document
Question 3. Jane Porter - a married woman. She received a letter from the firm. Find the right treatment.
1. Miss Porter!
2. Dear Madam Porter!
3. Mrs Porter!
4. Miss Jane!
5. Mrs Porter Jane!
Question 4. In which of the pair of words there is a mismatch
1. married - Mrs
2. single - Miss
3. Mrs - She
4. Mr - He
5. Mr Black and Mr White

Additional information

Question 5. Select the correct explanation of the word "customer"
1. A person working at the Customs Office.
2. A person who follows the customs of the country.
3. A client of a bank, firm, etc.
4. A man who is accustomed to do something.
5. A shop assistant selling suits.
Task 6.

Explore Chapter 2 "Propositions and conditions".
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.

Question 1. Pick a synonym for the word to visit.
1. to come to see
2. to run
3. to apply
4. to speak to
5. to travel
Question 2. What two words are not synonymous.
1. to start - to finish
2. to go on - to continue
3. to let know - to inform
4. to want - to wish
5. to help - to assist
Question 3. What does the word "signature"?
1. a picture
2. your name written in a certain way
3. mathematic symbol
4. French dish
5. a singer
Question 4. Insert pronoun: Do you have any suggestions on ... terms?
1. this
2. that
3. mine
4. these
5. ours
Question 5: Filling in the missing: We would be interested ... the prospects of our joint business.
1. to speak
2. to work
3. to know
4. to be
5. to inform
Task 7
Explore Chapter 2 "Propositions and conditions".
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.
Question 1. Instead of crossing insert pronoun: It is ... suggestion.
1. me
2. my
3. mine
4. ours
5. myself
Question 2. translated into English: "In our case there is no problem."
1. There is not any problems in our business.
2. There are not some problems in our business.
3. There are not any problems in our business.
4. There is not some problem in our business.
5. There is not any problem in our business.
Question 3. Insert instead pass: I have told ... you about it.
1. -
2. to
3. with
4. of
5. about

Question 4: In one word spelling mistake allowed.
1. contract
2. prodaction
3. price
4. terms
5. suggestion

Question 5: If you are pleased to report something, you say:
1. I want to inform ...
2. Let me inform ...
3. It's my pleasure to inform ...
4. I could inform ...
5. Would you like to inform ...?
Task 8.
Choose the correct answer and mark it on the card answers.
Question 1. What examples of words from the left speaker (British English) corresponds to its American version?
British US
1. return ticket catalog
2. catalogue strive for
3. influence round trip ticket
4. telegramme impact
5. I am tired to be pooped
6. timetable cable
7. try schedule
Question 2. What examples of words from the left speaker (British English) corresponds to its American version?
1. enquire commodities
2. programme inquire
3. buy wire
4. goods drugstore
5. chemist's purchase
6. telegramme program
Question 3. What examples of words from the left speaker (British English) corresponds to its American version?
1. single ticket luggage
2. get in touch with grade
3. dining room possess
4. have diner
5. form contact
6. baggage one way ticket

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