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REFERENCE for tests №3
1. Write the following adjectives in comparative and superlative:
beautiful, good, pale, thin, lazy, bad, hot, difficult, dirty, short, long, interest¬ing, deep, young
2. Put in parentheses adjectives and adverbs in comparative and superlative:
1. Who is the (strong) boy in your group?
2. One of the (interesting) places in our city is the embankment.
3. Yekaterinburg is one of the (big) industrial centres of Russia.
4. Yesterday we came home (early) than usual.
5. With the coming of the spring all people seemed (happy) and (quiet).
6. Today the weather is (bad) than it was yesterday.
7. It was the (good) reward we wished.
8. He is (little) educated than his father.
9. Where is the (far) point?
3. Fill in the blanks unions as ... as, (not) so ... as suggestions and translate into Russian:
1. Is Yekaterinburg ... big ... Moscow?
2. The Don is ... long ... the Volga.
3. The weather is ... nice today ... it was yesterday.
4. What other months are ... long ... April?
5. The last winter was not ... cold ... this winter.
6. My room is ... light ... yours.
7. This English book is not ... easy for me ... the book you gave me to read last time.
8. I do not get up ... early on Sunday ... on week-days.
4. Translate the following phrases into English:
a difficult thing, the most important issue, the largest in Russia, the most profound knowledge, less difficult exam, the youngest, less important, much more interesting, much easier, much better, much cheaper
5. Write the verbs in parentheses in the appropriate form; observe the time of negotiation:
1. We were informed that many scientists (work) at that problem.
2. The foreign tourists asked when the plant (put) to operation.
3. We thought that the results of the work (be) better.
4. They said that they (study) at the library for two hours the day be¬
fore yesterday.
5. The experiments proved that great economy (can) be realized by us¬ing automation.
6. At the press conference the engineers were asked whether they (car¬ry out) everything programmed by the scientists.
7. The teacher was sure that all his students (be ready) for the test that
8. The newspapers reported that a new engine (be) launched.
9. The assistants said that they (look for) the data which were necessary for their research.
10. The lecturer said that mathematics and science (supply) the principal
tools for discovering, testing and stating the laws of nature.
6. These proposals, determine what is in their words ending with -ing (gerund, participle, suspensory noun). Turn suggestions on the Russian language:
1. Talking with him is a real pleasure.
2. The professor insisted on doing it immediately.
3. A new broadcasting station has begun to function.
4. Everything depends on your being here in time.
5. The news was exciting.
6. After signing the document the secretary went away.
7. My brother's going abroad upset all our plans.
8. You will find difficulty in solving this problem.
9. The launching of the new apparatus is the indication of the outstand¬ing progress of the country's science and technology.
7. Turn the offer:
1. Astronomers know of galaxies existing in various shapes and sizes.
2. There is no hope of our completing the experiment soon.
3. They insisted on the devices being reexamined.
4. The girl was confused by our all observing her.
5. He went to the door to listen to her coming up.
6. There being an extensive system of evening and correspondence ed¬ucation in this country, a great number of people are part-time and correspondence students.
7. Vast sums being spent on education in the country, the state is able to provide qualified specialists for all branches of industry.
8. Holiday accommodation and facilities being cheap, all the students can spend their vacations in camps, rest homes, etc.

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9. The work having been done, they went for a short walk.
10. College courses finished, all the graduates get work according to their speciality.
8. Turn the offer:
1. We consider Isaac Newton to be one of the greatest mathematicians
of all times.
2. 1 saw her making experiments in the laboratory.
3. They want this project to be completed as soon as possible.
4. We watched scientists testing a new device.
5. They expect us to have accomplished our task.
6. We believe them to be supplied with all the necessary documents.
7. We suppose the parts of the report to have been replaced.
8. I'd like him to make a report at the scientific conference.
9. Radio and television allow us to communicate with the remotest cor¬ners of the world.
10. The whole world knows his ideas to have had a great influence on world science.
9. Turn the offer:
1. Electric current is known to flow in metal parts.
2. The doctor noticed the temperature of the child to be rising.
3. The weather is known to depend on many natural factors.
4. We want our reports to be listened to at the today's meeting.
5. The experiment is supposed to be completed.
6. I have never seen him making experiments in the laboratory.
7. The future is expected to bring a great many new scientific discoveries.
10. Shelf verbs, enclosed in parentheses, in an appropriate form in subordinate clauses of time and condition:
1. If you (translate) this article into Russian, I shall use it in my report.
2. When everybody (come), we shall start the discussion.
3. If I (be) free tomorrow, I shall call you.
4. He will remember it as long as he (live).
5. You will not master a foreign language unless you (work) hard.
6. If she (be) in Moscow now, she will meet you.
7. We shall discuss the book after you (read) it.
8. I shall do it while you (talk) to him.
9. They will wait till you (return).
10. What will you be doing when he (come) to your place?
11. Turn the offers and determine the type of the conditional offer:
1. If you knew him better, you would be sorry for him.
2. If you see him, ask him to come.
3. If it had rained yesterday, we should have stayed at home.
4. If they had bought the tickets beforehand, we should have listened to the concert.
5. In case she comes ask her to wait.
6. If you had been present at the lecture, you would not have asked questions.
7. If it were my own book, I should give it to you.
8. I shall not be able to translate the text unless one get a dictionary.
12. Expand the brackets. Make suggestions on unrealistic conditions relating to the present and the future:
1. If it (not to be) so dark, I (can) go for a walk.
2. If you (understand) children, you (not to speak) like that.
3. The flowers (grow) better if you (water) them regularly.
4. If you (not to be) so angry, you (can) understand it yourself.
5. If she (want) to see you, she (can) come.
6. Even if he (be) here, I (say) the same.
7. If I (know) about it, I (help) you.
8. If I (know) how bad the film was, I (not to go) to the cinema.
9. She (know) how to act if she (be given) all the instructions.
10. If you (be) silent, they (forget) all about it in an hour.
11. He (be) very glad if you (bring) him his book.
12. If the poem (not to be) so long, he (learn) it by heart.
11. If it (not to be) so late, we (not to leave).
Translate the text in writing.
Text 1 International Monetary Fund
International Monetary Fund or IMF is a specialized agency of the United Nations, having been established along with International Bank for Reconstruc¬tion and Development - the World Bank - at the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference held in 1944 at Bretton Woods. The IMF is recorded to have begun operations in 1947.
Text 2. International Marketing
The International Marketing Manager has a three-fold responsibility; interna¬tional market


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