Иностранный язык (Английский язык) НТМТ (ФСПО) НТИ 2017 Егорова, Цибина - 3 вариант - Артикул: 190203190752-03
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Задание № 1
1. We can go, there is nothing to wait for now. 2. To be good specialists we must study well. 3. Any thinking person knows that smoking is a destructive habit. 4. We made our way through the crowded streets. 5. She can't translate the text without using a dictionary. 6. Robin Hood helped the poor by offering them food and shelter.
Задание № 2
1. We needn’t drive fast; we have plenty of time. 2. You are not to drive fast; there is a speed limit here.
3. You will have to get up very early tomorrow not to be late. 4. Who can do this work for tomorrow?
5. Daniel won’t be able to come at 6 o'clock tomorrow.
Задание № 3
1. Several people saw the accident. 2. Ann sends letters every week. 3. Fred will invite Helen to the party. 4. Why are you in a hurry? If you arrive at 8 o'clock, they still will be cooking the meal. 5. Somebody stole the money from Dad's pocket while he was sleeping. 6.By this time next year I shall have saved $2500.
Задание № 4
THE POLITICAL SYSTEM OF GREAT BRITAIN
The UK is a parliamentary monarchy. The head of the state is a king or a queen. Royal power is for life and is inherited by law. Monarchy in Britain was broken only once in the 17th century by Oliver Cromwell. The present monarch of the UK is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, II. She was born in 1925 and crowned in Westminster Abbey in London in 1953.
The Queen and her husband Prince Philip have four children: Charles, Ann, Andrew and Edward. The royal family lives in Buckingham Palace in London.
There are three branches of state power in the UK: legislative, executive and judicial.
The highest organ of legislative power is Parliament which resides in Westminster Palace and consists of the Queen, the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The main function of Parliament is making laws of the country. The members of each House meet in session which begins in the end of October and lasts for about 160 days. All the time Parliament is in session a flag can be seen over the building.
A king or a queen summons Parliament into session which is opened by his (her) speech from the throne, has the right to confer the titles of peer, baron, knight…etc, to appoint ministers, judges, diplomats, governors, bishops, officers in the army, navy and air forces.
The House of Lords consists of peers, its members are not elected by the population. The chairman is Lord Chancellor. He sits on the woolsack – a large bag of wool covered with a red cloth. It shows that wool made England rich.
The members of the House of Commons are elected for a period of 5 years. The chairman is the Speaker. He is elected by all the members of the House of Commons, but he never votes with them. However, if the votes are equal he votes with the government.
The highest organ of executive power is the Cabinet of Ministers, headed by the Prime Minister (PM). The Cabinet carries out domestic and foreign policy of the state. Its members are elected by the Prime Minister who is the leader of the party in power. The party in power is the political party which has won the elections.
The highest organ of judicial power is the Supreme Court. Its function is to interpret the Constitution and to decide on the disputed questions of law (civil, political, criminal, etc)
As you know the monarchy today has no power. Elizabeth, II, the present queen, reigns but doesn’t rule.
The UK has no single written constitutional document. It is governed by the collection of laws and acts that were adopted at different times.