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Sledding in Russia

This winter why not escape to

where you can have the experience of a lifetime driving a reindeer sled through the heart of Siberia?

Wrap up in warm furs and travel through the valleys of the Lena River and over the frozen landscape, just like the native Yakutian people, who have travelled this way for centuries. You can spend yourevenings in traditional Russian family homes, enjoy home-cooked meals, and learn about the rich culture of these people. During your trip, you will have the chance to see all of amazing wildlife including wolves, foxes and elk, and you will even be able to ride the famous Yakut horses.

Camel Riding in Morocco

See all of southern Morocco on a camel! Take your time and enjoy a relaxing journey from

Marrakech with historic 

sites across the desert to the Dades Gorge.

Spend a night in a nomad's tent, visit traditional Berber villages and Kasbahs1, see the Atlas Mountains and relax on the beautiful beaches at Essaouira. You will see so much more than sand because Morocco has many varied landscapes. The perfect escape from a busy life!

1 residential areas around a citadel

Образуйте сравнительную и превосходную степени от следующих прилагательных и наречий: large, tall, long, easy, wonderful, hot big, cold, necessary, quickly, nice, bad, strong, comfortable, short, active, slowly, pleasant, young.

Задание: Write a biography of Oleg Gazmanov using the facts in the table.

1.Career: *1988 — a songwriter(Lucy, a pop song for children); *1989 — the start of a singing career; *Since 1989 — a constant participant and winner at the popular annual; *TV Awards show Song Of The Year as a singer, composer and a songwriter; *Concert tours all over Russia and abroad (1997 — the USA)

2.Dates and birthplace: July 22, 1951, the town of Gusev, Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia

3 Education: *Kaliningrad Naval Engineering College; *1981 — Kaliningrad's Musical College, the guitar.

4 Why she/he is famous: A singer, composer and songwrite, one of the most famous pop stars in Russian.

5 Achievements: *Four times winner of the Ovatsia National Prize; *Six albums: *Honorary Master's Degree in Art of Popular Music; *Medal for Children's Love

6 Personality: Originality, enthusiasm, fitness, optimist, hard-working, good-natured, talent a special image on a Russian stage

Помогите выполнить задание пожалуйста!!! Буду очень признательна!        Ответь на вопросы письменно:                                                          Задание №1:  «What do you like to do in winter?»;                                Example: I like to toboggan in winter.                                                      Задание №2: "«What do you like to do in summer?»;                            Example: I like to dive in summer.

Britain has more than 90 universities. British universities can be divided into several categories. The foremost universities are the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, both founded in the Middle Ages. England’s oldest institution of higher learning,
Oxford University, is a federation of 35 colleges, 1_____. The University of Cambridge is a system of faculties, departments, and 31 independent colleges.
Another type of university is the so-called redbrick variety — old and solid schools built in the 19th century when bricks were the standard building material. An education act in 1992 changed the status of these colleges to universities. The large numbers of ultramodern universities 2________ are often called cement block and plateglass universities.
London has its own great schools, the enormous University of London 3_____.
Students interested in advanced education can also attend polytechnics, 4______.
An education act in 1992 changed the status of these colleges to universities.
Higher education can also be obtain through the open University 5_______. They are taught through correspondence, television and radio programs, and videocassettes. The Open University also sponsors local study centres and residential summer schools. The purpose of the Open University is to reach people 6______.
A. and its world-famous college, the London School of Economics
B. who may not ordinarily be qualified for university study
C. that appeared in the last half of the 20th century
D. which are schools dedicated to the sciences and applied technology
E. which was founded in 1909
F. each with its own structure and activities
G. which offers extension courses

Люди добрые, объясните, пжлста, что такое ТЕМА-РЕМА. и как зная данное правило правильно перевести следующее предложение: 

Despite these accomplishments, serious hunger, health and environmental concerns remain.

...black stockings (no, any). 2. They have… red boots, Kate (any, no). 3. Idon t want… today, thank you (nothing, anything). 4. «I haven t got… clean exercise-books, Mother», said the boy (any, no). 5. «We shall not buy… in this shop, children», said the mother (nothing, anything). 6. Didn t you buy… potatoes yesterday (any, no)? 7. I didn t see… in the street when I went out (anyboby, noboby). 8. We did not play… games in the yard because it was raining all day long (no, any). 9. There is… at home (anyboby, noboby). 10. How much did you pay for these boots? — I didn t pay… (nothing, anything). They are a present from my grandmother. 11. have you lost… (anything, nothing)? — No, noboby here has lost… (nothing, anything).

Нужен перевод, чтобы сохранилась суть и перевод был литературным, а не дословным. Я конечно могу прогнать все через переводчик, но это будет дословный перевод который может загубить суть, так что необходимо сождействие сведущих людей.

Текст для перевода:

Запись телефонных переговоров диспетчера ЦППЗ (центральный пункт пожарной связи) с диспетчерами ВПЧ (военизированная пожарная часть) ЧАЭС, Иванкова, Полесского, с руководством пожарной охраны 26 апреля1986.


Алло, это ВПЧ-2?
Что у Вас там горит?
Взрыв на… Главном корпусе!
3й, 4й… Между 3м и 4м блоком!
А там люди есть?
Подымай наш состав!
Подымаю! Начальника поднял!
Так всех, всех, весь офицерский состав, Офицерский корпус подымай!

Леонид Алексеевич?
Алло, Припять, 3й и 4й блок, горит крыша в результате аварии, взрыва.
… давай!
Так уже подтвердили?
Не подтвердили. Авария произошла у них. Это диспетчер Припяти сказала.

Пожарная охрана.
Алло, Иванков?
Значит Вы выезжаете в Припять… Алло!
Да-да, я слышу.
На атомную станцию выезжайте, там 3й и 4й Блок, горит крыша!

Пожарная охрана.
Алло, Полесское?
Вы, значит, выезжаете на Атомную Станцию, Там горит Крыша 3го и 4го блока!


 Определите, к какому виду делового документа относится представленный ниже отрывок. Переведитенарусскийязык.


I am writing in connection with the invoice for
an MX3 Facsimile machine. We received this machine
yesterday. Unfortunately, the power cable is missing.

We would be very grateful if you could send us one as
soon as possible.

(From Company to Company by A.Little John)


О Contract

О Letter of complaint


О Letter of apology

8 класс/Биболетова/unit 4/ стр 102/ № 11

Не могу найти перевод. 

Walt Disney
Walt Disney, a famous American producer, made some of the worlds most magical films. Children and gmwn-ups have watched his films about funny Donald Duck, brave Mickey Mouse, beautiful Snow White, little Bambi and lovely Mary Poppins. Disney's cartoons and films are full of adventures and fun.
A talented businessman, he also created Disneyland, a magical park, where children and their parents are entertained by Disney's characters.
Walt Disney was born in 1901. In his childhood young Walt spent a lot of time on a farm, where he learned to study nature and animals. He wasn't a good student at school because he always
found things that interested him more than school such as movie house and drawing. His family wasn't a rich one and Walt worked hard helping his father.
After the First World War lie managed to set up his own film company. He rented an old camera and a garage. He became the owner of a small studio. He loved cartoons and was full of ideas. He had clear ideas of what he wanted.
Disney's cartoon Films became popular all over the world.
The Disney studios continued producing movies after Walt's death in 1966. Wherever American films are shown, the name of «Disney» still draws the crowds.


1. Прочтите текст и ответьте на следующие вопросы:
1. When do pupils take their level exam?
2. How many levels university?

                         «O» LEVEL AND «A» LEVEL EXAMINATIONS

1. Pupils at secondary schools in England (that is, pupils between the age of twelve and eighteen) have two main exams to worry about. They take the first one when they are about fifteen. It's called «O» (ordinary) level.
2. Many pupils take «O» level in about seven or eight different subjects; There are a lot of subjects to choose from carpentry to ancient languages.
3. For a lot of jobs it's quite enough to have four or five «O» levels and usually these include English and Maths.
4. Some pupils leave school when they are fifteen. But if they stay at school, they go to the sixth form and start working for the second main exam: «A» (advanced) level. It's a difficult exam, so pupils don't usually take it in more than three subjects.
5. Three «A» levels are enough to go to university.But if they want to go to such universities as Oxford and Cambridge they take special exams as well. If you don't want to go to university, you get a good job with two or three «A» levels.

2. Переведите в письменной форме абзацы 1, 2, 4.

3. Выберите нужную форму глагола to be и переведите предложения на русский язык:
1. History (is, was, will be) my favourite subject at school.
2. Private schools (are, were, will be) expensive.
3. We (are, were, will he) engineers in five years,

4. Напишите предложения в вопросительной, а затем в отрицательной форме и переведите их на русский язык:
1. They have secretarial courses this year,
2. This teacher had two lectures yesterday.
3. You will have three exams next term.

5. Поставьте глаголы, данные в скобках, в Past Indefinite Tense (прошедшее неопределенное время)
1. The course of study (to last) five years.
2. He (to graduate) from the university last year.
3. They (to take) five exams last term.

6. Составьте три предложения, используя слова, данные в колонках, и переведите их на русский язык:

 There are many students at the lecture

There is _modern_ equipment in our language laboratory

 There is only one private school in our town

7.Заполните пропуски предлогами по смыслу
1. English was difficult… me in the first term.
2. There are three terms… a school year.
3. Usually our lessons begin… 9 o'clock.
0/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: Why… not you understand it? It is so easy. Ответ: Неверно Неверно Баллов за ответ: 0/1. Данный ответ повлек штраф 0.3. Question 3 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»:… we do the exercise at once? — Yes, you… do it at once. Ответ: Question 4 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: (пишите ответы через запятую) you… pronounce this sound or you… change the meaning of the word. Ответ: Question 5 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: You… not buy this meat: we have everything for dinner. Ответ: Question 6 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: I… not go out today: it is too cold. Ответ: Question 7 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»:… I take your pen? — Yes, please. Ответ: Question 8 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: We… not carry the bookcase upstairs: it is too heavy. Ответ: Question 9 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: We… not carry the bookcase upstairs ourselves: the workers will come and do it. Ответ: Question 10 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: When… you come to see us? ¦— I… come only on Sunday. Ответ: Question 11 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: Shall I write a letter to him? — No, you… not, it is not necessary. Ответ: Question 12 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»:… you cut something without a knife? Ответ: Question 13 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: Everything is clear and you… not go into details now. Ответ: Question 14 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: He… not drink alcohol when he drives. Ответ: Question 15 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: Don't worry! I… change a light bulb. Ответ: Question 16 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: By the end of the week, I… finish writing my book. But I'm not sure. Ответ: Question 17 Баллов: --/1 Вставьте модальные глаголы «can», «may», «must» или «need»: She… not call the doctor again unless she feels worse Ответ:

William Caxton William Caxton is the first English printer. He was born in Kent in 1422. His father was a farmer. William did not want to become a farmer like his father. So his father sent him to London. He worked in an office which traded with different countries. William liked to read new books which were printed in Europe. When William Caxton was thirty, after his master's death he started his own business in Belgium. In 1471 he left his business and began to translate French books into English. He became interested in printing and at last he learnt it. William wanted to have his own press one day and he did. In 1476 he brought his printing-press to London. Printing was something new at that time and most people thought that it was the work of the devil. Some of the people wanted to break his press. Caxton printed his first book in 1477. It was the first book printed in the English language. The book was Caxton's translation of the French 'Tales of Troy'. William Caxton printed about eighty books. He translated thirty-one books from French, Caxton died in 1491. помогите перевести

Вопрос задан анонимно

Помогите пожалуйста)

Составить монолог на тему «Опасная профессия» по плану: (25 предложений)

1. Вступление ( в мире очень много професский..)

2. Каким должен быть человек данной профессии (физически и морально)

3. Положительное в данной профессии

4. Трудности опасности отрицательное

5. Заключение (Если бы у меня был шанс выбрать данную профессию, то я бы...

Everybody must know how to give the first aid. The first aid saves many lives. The first aid is the help which you give to an injured person. You must know different methods of helping in accident.

When you falt on your knee you get a bruise on it. The bruised place looks red and swollen at first. If there is a scratch on your knee put iodine on it. If your knee hurts you very much, take some cloth, wet it in cold water and put on the bruise. It will relieve the pain.

Stop the bleeding as soon as possible. The simple method is to put clean cloth or a pad of sterile gaure over the wound and fasten it tightly. If the bleeding is from an arm of leg raise the limb.In severe cases doctors make blood transfusion. 

Здравствуйте, помогите, пожалуйста, придумать и написать статью на тему:

  1. You work as a journalist. Write a news report about a car accident which resulted in the death of two drivers.
  2. You work for a newspaper. Write a news report about a bank robbery in which the robbers escaped.
  3. You work as a freelance reporter. Write a news report about two swimmers who were saved by a dolphin.

Что бы было вступление ( кратко о событиях: что? Где? Когда? С кем произошло? ), основное содержание ( детальное оповещение о событие, причины, последствия), заключение (комментарии людей по событиям, принятие действий по устранению последствий и предотвращению новых).

Стиль официальный, без мнения автора, 180 слов!!! Буду очень благодарна


1. When Mark arrived, the Johnsons ______ dinner, but stopped in order to talk to him.

/> were having
/> had
/> had been having
/> was having

2. While Tom ______ a book, Marhta ______ TV.

/> was reading, watched
/> read, watched
/> was reading, was watching
/> read, was watching

3. The food that Ann is cooking in the kitchen ______ delicious.

/> is smelling
/> smells
/> smelt
/> will smell

4. We called our friends in London yesterday to tell them about the reunion that we ______ .

/> will plan
/> were planning
/> plan
/> have planned

5. Catherine is studying law at the university, and so ______ Nick.

/> is
/> does
/> was
/> were

6. I feel terrible. I think I ______ to be sick.

/> will
/> go
/> am going
/> will be going

7. My colleagues usually ______ four days a week, and tills week they ______ five days.

/> work, work
/> are working, work
/> are working, are working
/> work, are working

8. It ______ outside; I do not like to walk in such weather.

/> rains
/> is rain
/> is raining
/> is rained

9. I ______ a very difficult day tomorrow. I need to prepare for the exam.

/> will have
/> am having
/> have
/> would have

10. At 10 o'clock in the morning on Wednesday Tom ______ a delegation in the office.

/> will receive
/> is receiving
/> will be receiving
/> would receive

11. Although the sun was shining, it was still cold, because it ______ hard for two hours.

/> had been raining
/> was raining
/> had rained
/> is raining

12. She ______ at the parcel long enough, before she ______ that it was for her brother.

/> had been looking, had understood
/> had been looking, understood
/> was looking, understood
/> was looking, had understood

13. I_____to the cinema but my friend persuaded me to stay.

/> am not going
/> was going
/> did not go
/> had been going

14. We were good friends, we ______ each other for years.

/> had known
/> had knowing
/> were knowing
/> know

15. We were extremely tired at the end of the journey. We ______ for more than 24 hours.

/> had travelled
/> were travelling
/> had been travelling
/> travel

16. How long ______ this book? How many pages of this book ______ ?

/> have you been reading, have you been reading
/> have you read, have you read
/> have you read, you read
/> have you been reading, have you read

17. We always go to Saint Petersburg for our holidays. We ______ there for years.

/> have been going
/> are going
/> go
/> were going

18. I have lost my key again. I ______ things. I lose things too often.

/> always lose
/> am always losing
/> have always lost
/> was always losing

19. The economic situation is already very bad and it ______ worse.

/> is getting
/> gets
/> got
/> would be getting

20. What time ______ your friend ______ tomorrow?

/> will arrive
/> is arrived
/> will be arriving
/> will arriving
1.Do you__workon Sundays. A)have to. B)must. C) should.2. I don't think you__stay out late. A) must. B) should. C) shouldn't.3. You__bring anything special to the party. A) don't have to. B) must. C) should.4. Naomi will get in touch__she hears any news. A) as soon as. B) while. C) until. 5. Please look after the children__l get home from work. A) until. B) if. C) while6. If i__ some money, l'll go on holiday next year. A) 'll save. B) saved. C) save.7. Will your parents buy you a car if you finish university? '____'. A) No, won't. B) No, they don't. C) No, they won't.8. Before i go out tonight, i__ finish this work. A) 'm going to. B) going to. C) am.9. Do you want to go ___? A) dancing. B) to dance. C) dance.10. Is coffee__ in Kenya? A) grew. B) grown. C) grow.11. Since 2001, all Skoda cars__by Volkswagen. A) were produced. B) are produced. C) have been produced.12. 'is a lot of paper wasted in your office? '____'. A) Yes, it was. B) Yes, it is. C) Yes,it has.13. If i ___a famous person, i wouldn't know what to say. A) meet. B) didn't meet. C) met.14. They__more money if they saved a little every month. A) would have. B) will have. C) would had.15. If you__me,what would you do? A) are. B) like. C) were.16. Emma is very busy so she__come to the party. She hasn't decided yet. A) mustn't. B) shouldn't. C) might not.17. Ed is tired because he__all night. A) hasn't worked. B) has been working. C) is working.18. You've got a lot of bags.___you___? A) Do/go shopping? B)Have/been shopping. C) Have/shopped.19. Dan was taken to hospital because he__his leg. A) breaks. B) has broken. C) had broken.20.'Had they met Kathy before the party'. 'Yes,___'. A) she had. B) they had. C) they did.21. Could you__me a favour and look after the children after school,please? A) make. B) get. C) do.22. Naples is__an exciting city. A) so. B) such. C) very.23. Lity gave__her jod and traveled round the world. A) over. B) away. C) up.24. John doesn't___much money as a waiter. A) win. B) take. C) earn.25. Can you__a photo of us, please? A) make. B) take. C) do.

Scarlet fever is an infectuous disease. We can often meet this disease in children. The disease passes from one person to another through the nose and mouth. The beginning of the disease is quick. The patient has a sore  throat,fever/headache and he often vomits. The temperature rises quickly-on the first day. The rash appears on the second day. After the temperature falls the skin begins to peel. We must isolate the child with scarlet fever and put him in bed.

Measles is a very infectious disease. The disease passes from one child to another. The first symptoms are;sneezing, and coughing. The disease begins with signs of a heavy cold,a running nose and dry cough. The temperature is high and the child has a dislike of the light.

The rash appears on the third or fourth day behind the ears and around the mouth and then covers the whole body.

The nurse must be very careful to prevent the spread of infection. 

Помогите написать аннотацию к тексту из 12предложений Marketing to students. The student market in the UK is estimated to be worth 13 billion of spending power in a year. It is a market no company should ignore. Marketers are desperate to get student's attention before they turn into high-earning graduates. But students are hard to reach and cynical. How can brands target them? Youth market trends analyst Sean Pillot de Chenecey advises companies who hope to market to students. He says there is no single strategy. Students organise their life on their mobile phones, respect brands that are ethical, but worry more about how they're going to pay off their debt than world peace. To get students attention, marketers must offer them something that adds to their lives. It isn't enough to simply sponsor a music tour: they have to make the event happen. For example, Carling (a beer manufacturer) introduced live music on the Tube. Offering students help with their education and careers is an effective marketing method. The Guardian newspaper runs careers fairs and offers discounts on its products, such as Guardian Student, a 32-page newspaper. Red Bull, a successful energy drinks brand, uses what it calls energy teams on university campuses. The company recruits teams of students and gives them a Red Bull car, which has a fridge. The students offer samples and give information about the product benefits. They do this on campus at sporting events and at times of the year when students might need an energy boost. It's extremely important that it's a student doing this and not a company sales rep, says the company's consumer manager who runs the scheme. You need to have an approach that doesn't look like a sales pitch. Having an insider on campus can help marketers understand student life. Youth marketing agency, Virgin D3, has a database of students who act as field staff. They ask them for help when planning an event at their university. Perhaps, by getting ideas from the students themselves, companies can find ways to reach this difficult market.

составить сочинение 7-10 предложений на тему Should cars be banned from city centres? 

Вопрос задан анонимно

Нужен рассказ на английском о себе, о своей семье, домашних животных и увлечениях. 20-25 предложений.

Какие основные действия с объектом типа «документ» можно выполнить с помощью контекстного меню? 

Напишите пожалуйста сочинение по английскому языку на тему «is Russia worth visiting» (150-180 слов)… Заранее спасибо!

здравствуйте)) хочу сделать тату, но чтобы без ошибок, на английском. как будет правильно переводиться фраза" ты навсегда в моем сердце" «ты навсегда останешься в моем сердце» и " я буду помнить тебя вечно" «я буду помнить тебя всю жизнь»

Переведите предложения на русский язык: a) This book is not so interesting as that one. b) The Baltic Sea is not so warm as the Black Sea. c) The more you read the more you know. d) My brother is not as tall as you are. e) The earlier you get up the more you can do. f) Today the wind is as strong as it was yesterday. g) Your room is as light as mine. h) John knows Russian as well as English. i) Mary is not so lazy as her brother. j) The longer the night is the shorter the day

составьте предложения из данных слов и словосочитаний, употребив прилагательное в соответствующей степени сравнения, а также вставив недостающие слова и союзы.

Ответьте на вопросы: Are you a student? What is your friend? Where are you now? What are you doing? What is your friend doing? What is your teacher doing? What color is the door? Is your book thick? What kind of pupil is your friend? Are you standing or sitting? What is your friend reading? Is your bag good or bad? Is Ann in Kiev or is Kate? Whose book is this? What kind of city is Moscow?

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wing) and the Liberal Democrats (centre). The Conservative party goes back to the Tories, or Royalists, who originated in King Charles' reign (1660-1685). The Tories were the part/ that supported Church and King; the other main party at the time were the Whigs, who were a group eager for political reform. The Tory party gave way to its successor, the Conservative party, in around 1830. The Conservative party believes in free enterprise and the importance of a capitalist economy, with private ownership preferred to state control. In 1899 the Trade Union Congress summoned a special conference of trade unions and socialist bodies to make plans to represent labour in Parliament. The proposal for such a meeting had come from Thomas Steels, a member of the Independent Labour Party which had been formed in 1892. The conference met in February 1900 in London and has always been looked on as the foundation of the Labour Party. The Labour party believes that private ownership and enterprise should be allowed to flourish, but not at the expense of their traditional support of the public services. There has been a Liberal party in Great Britain since 1868 when the name was adopted by the Whig party. The Whig party was created after the revolution of 1688 and aimed to subordinate the power of the Crown to that of Parliament and the upper classes. In 1981 a second centre party was created by 24 Labour MPs. It was called the Social Democratic party, and soon formed an alliance with the Liberal party. They formed a single party which became the Liberal Democrats after the 1987 election. The Liberal Democrats believe that the state should have some control over the economy, but that there should be individual ownership.
Сын моей сестры — пионер. Он хорошо учится (успевает) в школе. Он, как правило, не получает плохих отметок. Моя сестра обычно помогает ему готовить уроки. У меня нет сестёр, но у меня есть четыре брата. Два моих брата окончили в прошлом году институт, а двое учатся в школе (ходят в школу). Эта молодая женщина — инженер. Она работает на большом заводе. У неё обычно много работы. Каждое утро она отводит своего маленького сына в детский сад. Товарищ Климов — старый рабочий. У него нет внуков, но у него есть две внучки. Первая внучка товарища Климова родилась семь лет тому назад, а вторая — в прошлом году. В прошлом году я не изучала английского языка, и у меня не было английских книг. Теперь у меня много английских книг. По вечерам я, как правило, читаю по-английски. Мой муж тоже знает язык, и мы иногда говорим по-английски. В будущем году я собираюсь начать изучать французский язык.Мои родители живут за городом. Там у них три комнаты. Я обычно езжу к ним летом и иногда зимой. Я не люблю ездить туда осенью и весной. У меня будет много работы на будущей недели. Сколько времени вы обычно тратите на свои уроки? — Я трачу на них, как правило, два часа. Сколько предметов вы изучаете? Не помогайте вашему сыну делать уроки. Мне кажется, некоторые из этих тем очень интересны. Вы уезжаете в Киев на будущей недели? — Да, я поеду туда повидать моих родителей. Кто оставил здесь вчера эти тетради?

On pleasant afternoons in countries as different as England, Australia, India, and Jamaica, children and adults grab their bats and balls, and run out to the fields to play. But these aren’t baseballs or baseball bats, and it isn’t a baseball field, for many people in these countries play cricket.

Cricket is similar to baseball in many ways. In both sports, the object of the game is to score more runs than the other team. In each game, one team fields while the other team bats.

But unlike baseball, in cricket the team has eleven players. Instead of having a pitcher, a cricket team has a bowler. The bowler pitches the ball to one batter, but there are actually two batters on the field at one time. Though there are only two innings in a cricket game, some games have lasted for more than two days!

Cricket started in England many centuries ago. Shepherds in the south of England used their staffs as bats. Eventually, rules were made and the game gained popularity. When the British Empire started to grow, the English people went to India, Australia, North America, and many countries in the West Indies, bringing their customs with them. When these countries became independent and the British left, many of their traditions, including cricket, stayed behind.

Cricket was once popular in the United States and Canada in the 1800s. But during the American Civil War, baseball gained popularity in the United States because it was easier to find a place to play baseball than a place to play cricket, which needs more room. So soldiers brought baseball back from the war.

Many countries have professional cricket teams. Popular cricket players are national heroes, and a few have even been knighted by the Queen of England! Cricket lovers from Jamaica to New Zealand and from India to England have made their game one of the world’s most popular sports.

I… my bike and… other things with my friends: we… football and basketball and… a lot of films I… never bored. I…… to go back to school I… a trip with my family. I… and… in the river. I… a lot of fun. I… my grandparents in the cousins and… my cousins and uncles there. I… my granddad in thegarden. But I…… the weather .It often ...

Division of labour

Without the factors of production, companies cannot get started. To be successful, however, they need to make good use of those resources. To make best use of labour, you need to organise it. The division of labour is one way to achieve this. Let's take making shirts as an example. What do you need to do to make shirts? You need to design it, find the right material, cut the material, sew the pieces together, dye the shirt and sew on the buttons. One person working on their own could probably do all these tasks. This is one way to organise labour. Another way is for the number of workers to share the job. Each worker is responsible for one task in the process. This is an example of the division of labour. The division of labour is not a new idea. Even very early societies had some form of labour specialization. For example, in some societies men were hunters and gatherers of food, while women were responsible for child rearing. However, as societies become industrialized, the division of labour increased. Factories became the main means of production, and each factory worker became responsible for smaller and smaller stages in the process. As each worker gets more and more experience at doing their particular task, they get better and better at it. This should improve the quality of their work. With smaller tasks to do, workers can do things automatically, without thinking about them. This will speed up their productivity, and speed up the whole production process. Finally, small tasks are easier to learn. As the division of labour increases, the amount of time needed to train each worker decreases. All of this means a more efficient and productive workforce … at least, in theory. There is, however, a human factor to consider. Workers are not machines. Their physical and emotional health has an impact on their productivity. Repeating the same simple task over and over again is very boring. Bored workers can't concentrate easily, and their mistakes will reduce the quality of their output. In addition there is a problem of ownership. Many workers take pride in their work. They don’t just work for wages, but also because they get satisfaction from doing a good job or from creating something useful or beautiful. If you only add buttons to a shirt, you don’t feel that the shirt is your work. You can't take pride in a job that does not need skill to do. In this situation, workers become careless and their work becomes sloppy. Overall, this has a negative impact on productivity. Thankfully, robots and machines can now do many of the mindless tasks that factory workers used to do. Nevertheless, the theory of the division of labour is still fundamental to all modern economies.

past six. I go to the bathroom and wash my hands and face and clean my teeth. Then I dress, go to the kitchen and cook breakfast for my family. At half past seven my son gets up and has breakfast. I have breakfast with my son. My son eats a sandwich and drinks a cup of tea. I drink coffe. After Breakfast my son leaves home for school. I don t leave home with my son. On Tuesday I don t work in the morning. I work in the afternoon. In the evening I am at home. My husband and my son are at home, too. We rest in the evening. My son waches TV, my husband reads newspapers and I do some work about the house. At about eleven o clock we I go to bed.
well. 2. Who (to ring) you up an hour ago? 3. He (to live) on the third floor. 4. It (to take) you long to find his house yesterday? 5. When your lessons (to be) over on Monday? 6. I (to have) dinner with my family yesterday. 7. Her friends (to be) ready at five o clock. 8. One of her brohers (to make) a tour of Europe last summer. 9. Queen Elizabeth II (to be) born in 1926. She (to become) Queen of England in 1952. 10. You always (to get) up at seven o clock? — No, sometimes I (to get) up at half past seven.
Book! Пожалуйста помогите!!! Paul and Oliver like spending their spare time in the Wales parks beca use they are like huge playgrounds. 1) What do Paul and Oliver do in the Wales parks? Use the words from the boxes.
Рамка:(Every summer Paul and Oliver have countryside walks in the Wales parks.

Теперь идёт 5 столбиков из слов!
Paul and Oliver
have pichics
play sports
watch birds
have countryside walks
ride a bike
ride a horse
fish climb mountaints
buy souvenirs
4) Столбик
at the sports centre
in the Wales parks
in the picnic area

5)Столбик in summer
every summer
in August
on holiday
ar weekends

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Задание: Fill in the correct word derived from the words in bold.

Astronauts have to be physically and mentally ready for the stress and strain of a space mission. To prepare them, astronauts are given 1) ......(intense) training, which includes years of classroom study on 2) .......(vary) technical subjects, and working in a model spaceship where they can practise 3) .........(complicate) flight operations and become used to all the 4)………….(equip) on board. Apart from high 5) .........(intelligent), good qualifications and an excellent level of fitness, astronauts must have a strong character. They also have to be very 6) .........(courage) in order to accept the high risks involved. Astronauts also have to face other, more ordinary problems in space. What can be very 7)…… (annoy) is the limited variety of food, but the greatest challenge is getting along with other members of their team as they often come from different countries, with different backgrounds and habits. Therefore they must be very 8)……… (patience) with each other, since the lack of privacy can become 9) ........(irritate). All in all, it seems that being an astronaut is one of the most 10) .........(challenge) jobs in the world.

Pathology is the study of disease. It covers the changes in normal anatomy and physiology brought about by disease and the body reaction to it. Any shallow breach of the skin or mucous membrane is called an ulcer.The raw base of an ulcer often has a painful bleeding surface. A cyst is an abdormal sac of fluid. Cysts are ussually small and localized and can occur in soft tissues or bone anywhere in the body. A tumour is a swelling caused by an abdormal and uncontrolled growth of body cells. It serves no useful purpose and may cause dispfacement or destruction of abjacent structures. Some types of tumour can spread throughout the body causing severe, and often fatal, destructive effects. This condition is commonly known as cancer. Congenital defects are defects which are present at birth, such as heart and valvular defects, cleft palate or other deformities. The cause or nature of an ulcer or tumour cannot always be determined by physical or x-ray examination. Confirmation of the diagnosis often necessitates surgical removal of some diseased tissue for some diseased tissue for examination under a microscope. This minor operation is called a biopsy. The biopsy specimen is sent to a hospital pathology department. The diagnosis of infections often often requires bacteriological examination of a swab or smear from an infected surface other types of disease are commonly diagnosed by blood and urine tests.