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Иностранный язык (Английский язык) НТМТ (ФСПО) НТИ 2017 Егорова, Цибина - 6 вариант

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Иностранный язык (Английский язык) НТМТ (ФСПО) НТИ 2017 Егорова, Цибина - 6 вариант - Артикул: 190203190752-06

Вариант 6

ЗАДАНИЯ к упражнениям:

  1. Перепишите предложения и переведите их на русский язык, повторив тему «Инфинитив», «Причастие», «Герундий». Инфинитив, причастие или герундий подчеркните.
  2. Перепишите предложения и переведите их на русский язык, повторив тему: «Модальные глаголы и их эквиваленты». Подчеркните модальные глаголы и их эквиваленты, определите их время.
  3. Перепишите предложения, выпишите глагол-сказуемое, определите его время. Предложения переведите.
  4. Прочитайте и устно переведите текст на русский язык.

Задание № 1

1. He is not the right person to discuss it with. 2. To see her there was a surprise to me. 3. She took the egg out of the boiling water. She had a boiled egg for breakfast.4. His grades were disappointing. 5. When will you finish reading this book? 6. I couldnt help laughing when I heard that answer.

Задание № 2
1. I could not go to the theatre with them last night, I had to revise the grammar rules and the words for test. 2. My friend lives a long way from his office and has to get up early. 3. All of us are to be in time for classes. 4. When my friend has his English, he has to stay at the office after work. 5. Are you able to drive?

Задание № 3

1. My uncle will meet you at the airport. 2. Mother woke me up at 7 oclock. 3. Thousands of people ride the subway every day.4. Why are you packing your suitcase? I am leaving for Los Angeles in a couple of hours. 5. These people have never met before.6. By the end of the week well have taken our exam on Physics.

Задание № 4

Oliver Cromwell

The centuries-long rivalry between the Crown and .Parliament came to an open fight in the 17th century.

The king of England was Charles I, a young man who wanted to rule over England without Parliament. He needed money for wars, but Parliament refused to give it. In 1642 Charles I tried to arrest some .members of Parliament, but could not do it. Then he left Parliament and never came back as a king. Mem­bers of Parliament decided to build up an army to fight against the king, and gave money to teach the soldiers. But they understood that courage alone was not enough to win battles. It was necessary to have a strong leader who would train the army and lead it. Such a leader was found. It was Oliver Cromwell.

Cromwell was a member of Parliament. He was a country gentleman, a rough man, unskillful as a speak­er, but known for his strength of character and his deep sincerety and religious feeling.

Cromwell trained his soldiers in complete obedi­ence, filled them with the desire to fight for free­dom, Parliament and religion. His famous order was: "Trust in God and keep your powder dry."

Many thousands of soldiers were killed during the Civil War. In 1644 a Scottish army of 20,000 men came to help Cromwell. In the battle near the town of York the Parliamentary army won a victory and the king's army was defeated. Charles I was brought to trial in London and accused of having made war on his people and of being an enemy of his country. He was found guilty1 and sentenced to death. In Janu­ary 1649 Charles was beheaded. In the same month the Parliamentary government came to power and proclaimed England a republic. Cromwell got the ti­tle of Lord Protector.

Cromwell ruled the country firmly, but he did not like to be contradicted, and finally dismissed Parlia­ment. During the last years of his life he became a dictator who ruled the country without the council of the people. The English Republic, the first republic in Europe, did not justify the hopes of the people.

In September 1658 Oliver Cromwell died. The po­litical instability that followed his death led to the demand for the restoration of monarchy. In 1660 the newly elected Parliament invited Charles II, the son of the executed king, to occupy the English throne.

Источник: 190203190752-06
Категория: Курсовые, контрольные, задачи, тесты (Pt1) | Добавил: vrn-student (05.08.2019) | Автор: 450 W
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