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Задание № 1
1. I know him to be seriously ill. 2. Your parents will not like your plan to live abroad. 3. I don’t have any furniture of my own. Do you know where I can rent a furnished apartment? 4. The equator is the dividing line between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. 5. On entering the room Robert greeted everybody. 6.I don’t mind sleeping with the windows open.
Задание № 2
1. "Can we discuss this question now?" "No, we can’t." We shall be able to do it tomorrow afternoon." 2. You must not to tell him anything about it before you get further instructions. 3. The child was not allowed to take the apple. 4. You will have to wait here for 15 minutes. 5. You look tired. I think you should consult a doctor and give up smoking.
Задание № 3
1. They will fix my car today. 2. They speak French in Quebec. 3. Did Thomas Edison invent the telephone? 4. Don is at a restaurant right now. He is eating dinner. 5. Betty was doing her French homework when Bob came to see her last Saturday. 6. I’m not surprised he has failed that exam. He hasn’t worked hard recently.
Задание № 4
Margaret Thatcher is the second daughter of a grocer and a dressmaker, who became the first woman in European history to be elected Prime Minister. Then she became the first British Prime Minister in the twentieth century who won three consecutive terms. At the time of her resignation in 1990, she was the longest-serving Prime Minister of Britain since 1827. Some people consider her a true political revolutionary because she broadened the base of the Conservative Party, including the middle class along the wealthy aristocracy.
Margaret Thatcher was born on October 13, 1925, Lincolnshire, England. She was a clever child, in life she decided to become a member of Parliament. She was educated at Somerville College at Oxford University. She earned a master of a degree from Oxford in 1950 and worked for a short time as a research chemist. In 1950 she married Den' Thatcher, a director of a paint firm. After her marriage she specialized in tax law.
In the 1959 elections Thatcher won a seat in Parliament. Because of her debating skills she soon became prominent among other politicians. In 1974 she became the leader of the Conservative Party.
When the Conservatives won a decisive victory in the 1979 general elections, Thatcher became Prime Minister. As Prime Minister she limited government control, giving individuals greater independence from the state and ending government interference in the economy. Thatcher became known as the Iron Lady because of her strict control over her cabinet and the country's economic policies.
During her third term Thatcher continued the "Thatcher revolution" by returning education, health care and housing to private control.
Margaret Thatcher resigned from office in 1990. Margaret Thatcher is certainly an outstanding figure in Britain's political life. According to political observers, she brought long-needed changes to British government and society.