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Task 1. Fill in the gaps with the correct adjectives in comparative and
superlative form and underline them. Translate the sentences into your native
1. The ______ state school was The Ramsgate School, a secondary modern in Kent,
where only 4% of the 129 students in 2003 achieved at least five good grades.
(bad )
2. Trudeau won the title as the third-______ Canadian in a 2004 television contest.
(great )
3. His _______ son is an aspiring federal Liberal party candidate. (old)
4. The Air Force is the ________ place to be if you’re a person who likes
information technology. (good )
5. Information Technologies employees should look for those ____ and ____
practices when they consider changing jobs. (good, bad )
6. This book is ________ than that book. (cheap )
7. New York is the _________ city in the USA. (exciting )
8. This test is _________ than the last test. (difficult )
9. It is _________ to learn English than any other language. (interesting )
10. The exam was quite easy – _________ than we expected. (easy )

Task 2. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form (Present Indefinite,
Past Indefinite, Future Indefinite) and underline them. Translate the sentences into
your native language.
1. Every child always ______ the right to learn and nobody has the right to disrupt
that learning. (have)
2. Last year we _______ that each lecture specify these intended outcomes in the
simple format. (ask )
3. Tomorrow we _____ _____ several questions regarding how to write a good
lesson plan. (receive )
4. The survey usually _______ how managers can better recruit specialists in
Information Technologies.(indicate)
5. Last year we ____ ahead, _____ our experts and ____ some research.
(go, ask, do )
6. The learning needs of the students determine the tasks and activities which the
teacher _______ the students during class time. (offer)
7. An interpreter ________ from one language into another. (translate )
8. I knew the teacher was very busy, so I __________ her. (disturb )
9. I don’t know how to use this computer. Ok, I _______ ______ you. (teach )
10. Most people ________ to swim when they are children. (learn )

Task 3. Fill each gap with the best word from the given alternatives. Underline
the chosen option. Translate the sentences into your native language.
1. Wales is about the half the size of Switzerland, and it has a population of
a. two and three quarter million b. two and three quarter millions
c. two and three quarters million
2. Snowdon is Britain’s __________ highest mountain.
a. two b. second c. secondth

3. His son, Edward, became the _______ prince of Wales.
a. one b. oneth c. first
4. Over the last _________ years the number of Welsh-speaker has fallen very
a. hundredth b. hundred c. one hundred
5. Now only ___________ of Welsh people speak Welsh.
a. twenties percent b. twenty percents c. twenty percent

Task 4. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the word in brackets.
Underline the new form of the word. Translate the sentences into your native
1. The golden rule is to do lots of ________ at regular intervals. (REVISE)
2. What made you choose law as a ___________ ? (PROFESS)
3. Students’ _________ on every word improves their fluency. (CONCENTRATE)
4. They should also take every _________ to use the words in communication.
5. Learners who like using the foreign language improve their oral ___________ .

Additional information

7. The huge amount of money she earns gives her the _________ to do almost
anything that she likes. (FREE)
8. Although she didn’t have her parents’ _________, she got married anyway.

Task 5. Read the text. Write down paragraphs 1, 2, and 3 of the text and give the
written translation of the paragraphs into your native language.
Choosing a Career
1. Everyone needs at least one profession in his life. So when you begin
spending sleepless nights thinking about a job and money, when you think longingly
of the plans for the future it’s no doubt about it you’re ready to choose most suitable
career for you.
2. So in the world there are very and very many different professions: you can
work with people as a doctor, a lawyer, a receptionist, a teacher, etc.; on the
enterprise, bank, school, state institution. And what kind of a profession you choose
mainly depends on yourself. And I think it’s a very difficult task for everybody.
3. And now there is such situation in the life that it is very difficult to find some
worthy job especially suitable for you. So if you want some-how to get a job, you can
make plans for the future when you study still at school. It’s a good idea to take
different factors into account: job satisfaction – your future job must satisfy you;
money – it’s important that your future profession must be well-paid or you must
have a high salary to support the family, etc; good conditions; training; travelling and
so on; the place of work -in the office, away from home, in the open area, abroad, etc.
4. But now I can say that I made up my mind what to do in the future. I think I have an aptitude for working with figures and solving financial problems and I am interested in knowing how money is made. So I think I can work as an economist in the financial field. I think that it is more in demand now especially in banks where a really good specialist can have a lot of money. The success of this profession depends on mainly my education.

Task 6. Answer the questions on the text in writing. Be ready to discuss them.
1. What does everyone need in his life?
2. What are the main kinds of professions you can choose?
3. Which factors should a person take into consideration when choosing a profession?
4. What profession did the author choose? Why?

Task 7. Reading Comprehension. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F).
1. Everyone needs at least one profession in his life.
2. There aren’t many kinds of professions in the world.
3. What kind of a profession you choose mainly depends on yourself.
4. It is not difficult to find some worthy profession.
5. Your future job must satisfy you.
6. Your job must be well-paid.
7. The author didn’t know what profession to choose.
1-…; 2-…; 3-…; 4-…; 5-…; 6-…; 7-…

Task 8. Match the following words with their definitions.

1…; 2…; 3…; 4…; 5…; 6…; 7…

Task 9. Fill out the gaps with the words from the list and underline them. Write down the paragraph.


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