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1) Translate from English into Russian:
How much do I have to pay in duty?

2) Translate from Russian into English:
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3) Answer the following question:
Why does the expression English cuisine sound a little strange to the English?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
the/on/weather/before/forecast/was/news/the/

5) Complete the sentence: The treatre has always been very strong in

6) Make up dialogue:
A: What's wrong with Kelvin?
B:
A: Isn't he sick?
B:

7) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- No, I cant afford this dress. Its too expensive.

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Ten minutes later, the butcher ran into the shop waving the Ł 20 note.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
Music, English and Maths are different sorts of (subjects, staff, terms).

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
I thought what an interesting case I must be from a medical point of view, what an acquisition I should be to a class! Students would have no need to walk the hospitals if they had me. I was a hospital in myself.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; 50-70%; ( ); ; .

3) Answer the following question:
What do the Englishmen know about Fortune Telling? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
newspaper/people/world/in/over/read/most/have/them/horoscopes/and/all/the/ them

5) Complete the sentence: Public transportation services in Europe suffer from

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: Show me something in blue.
A:
B: Yes, I do. How muh is it?

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Illness can be stopped before it happens by means of (aftercare, healthy living, preventive medicine, vaccines, therapy)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
I'd turn left along the Embankment and carry on as far as Blackfriars Bridge.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
When you keep money for future you ... (1) it; when you return money that you have borrowed you ... (2). (pay it back or save)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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11) Translate from English into Russian:
She's so ill-mannered. Last time she came here she left without saying a word. And apart from that she tells such lies alout us!

12) Translate from Russian into English:
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13) Answer the following question:
Are all pubs privately owned?

14) Put the words in the correct order:
The / the / in / to / together / past / family / stay / tended.

15) Complete the sentence: The receptionist asks you (to show him your personal belongings; to fill in a form).

16) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: The next train to York is at 11.35. Platform 1.
A:
B: Yes, change at London.

17) Write a menu: (in 5 sentences) for:
A festive dinner.

18) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
A giant five-storeys high, th IMAX screen is Britains largest, showing the worlda largest film format.

19) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
He pays for all his meals and hotels on the firms ... (1); he has a ...(2) at Harrods so that he can buy what he wants even if he doesnt have any cash.

20) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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21) Translate from English into Russian:
His father said again that everything they had was for their own use; and they didnt carry anything for sale, that was liable to duty.

22) Translate from Russian into English:
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23) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Soccer? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

24) Put the words in the correct order:
game/Manchester United/what/yesterdays/Liverpool/was/between/and/score/the/of/?

25) Complete the sentence: During the Second World War the BBC became identified with

26) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: I advise you not to come by car.
A:
B: You can use the train. It won't take you much time.

27) Choose the best answer:
In our latest brochure we are sure youll find the widest of holidays on the market. (resort, range, luxury)

28) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The landlords of the pubs expect their customers to buy something, but not necessarily an alcohol drink.

29) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: essay, article, composition, thesis

30) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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31) Translate from English into Russian:
In the declaration form travellers are to indicate the kind of valuables and the amount of currency they are bringing into the country.

32) Translate from Russian into English:
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33) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Wimbledon, Derby and Wembley? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

34) Put the words in the correct order:
are/Britain/with/kind/there/places/of/several/in/a/sport/associated/particular

35) Complete the sentence: Oh dear, the iron was too hot. Look, Ive ... (scorched, sorbed) your blouse. Do you think anyone will notice?

36) Make up dialogue:
A: What is there for dinner? I'm hungry.
B:
A: Yes, please. Then I'll go to get the vegetables.
B:

37) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- These fancy cakes make my mouth water.

38) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The British may be conservative about the times at which they take their holiday, but they have shown themselves very ready to take to new places.

39) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
The person in charge of a school is called the . (staff, syllabus, headmaster).

40) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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41) Translate from English into Russian:
He didn't mention it to me. If that's the case can use the car, but you're not to cram it with too many of your friends again. There must have been eight or nine of you in it last week.

42) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; ; ; ; .

43) Answer the following question: What do you know about May Spring Festival?

44) Put the words in the correct order:
Families / types / sociologists / into / general / two / divide.

45) Complete the sentence: The chief theatres, music halls and cinemas in London are situated (in the West End; in the East End)

46) Make up dialogue:
A: Are you fond of athletics?
B:
A: What athletic event do you do?
B:

47) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Everyone hoped that he would after the operation. (get better, get well, pull out, pull through)

48) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Although the railways remained nationalised during the 1980s, the organisation of bus and coach thansport changed.

49) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
Most children in England and Wales go to schools. (Public, State, boarding)

50) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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51) Translate from English into Russian:
Dont take the key along which is often the case with absent-minded guests, leave it at the desk.

52) Translate from Russian into English:
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53) Answer the following question:
What are the most famous English dishes?

54) Put the words in the correct order:
ball/net/player/a/must/it/the/hit/twice/crosses/not/before/a

55) Complete the sentence: The "ideal family" is

56) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: This sport is not for me.
A:
B: I don't think so.

57) Choose the best answer:
the people who saw the exhibition thought it was marvellous. (most, all, everyone, each)

58) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
In the north, the area known as The Potteries is the home of Britains china industry with world famous manufacturers as Royal Doulton based around Stoke-on-Trent.

59) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: electoral college, further educational college, polytechnic, technical college

60) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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61) Translate from English into Russian:
He sat down and wrote out a prescription, and folded it up and gave it me, and I put it in my pocket and went out. I did not open it. I took it to the nearest chemists, and handed it in.

62) Translate from Russian into English:
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63) Answer the following question:
Do all pubs have similar origins?

64) Put the words in the correct order:
BBC / the / has / TV / two / channels.

65) Complete the sentence: If you get air-sick, youd better (go by train, go by plane).

66) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: I don't think it is possible.
A:
B: O. K. Then it will be Monday.

67) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- This blouse costs F 20.

68) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
As the rest of Western Europe, in recent years there has been a large increase in the use of private cart in Britain.

69) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
You ... (1) someone money which is yours and which they will give you back; that person ...(2) the money from you. (borrow or lend)

70) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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71) Translate from English into Russian:
I had walked into that reading-room a happy, healthy man. I crawled out a decrepit wreck. I went to my medical man. He is an old chum of mine, and feels my pulse and looks at my tongue, and talks about the weater, all for nothing, when I fancy Im ill.

72) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; ; ; .

73) Answer the following question:
If you want to have a real English meal what do you have to do?

74) Put the words in the correct order:
Cave / the / the / of / length / 320 / meters / is.

75) Complete the sentence: Fathers face particular problems as

76) Make up dialogue:
A: Id like to have a pair of woolen trousers.
B:
A: I should like these in grey. Where could I try them on?
B:

77) Choose the best answer:
How do we call a person who serves a table at the restaurant? (a waiter, a maid)

78) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
One of the most unforgettable memories of Northern Ireland is the natural warmth and hospitality of its people.

79) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: award, grant, present, scholarship

80) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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81) Translate from English into Russian:
And they didnt give me pills; they gave me clumps on the side of the head. And, strange as it may appear, those clumps on the head often cured me for the time being.

82) Translate from Russian into English:
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83) Answer the following question:
What do you do if you have a terrible headache?

84) Put the words in the correct order:
We / the / car / 'll / unload / the / before / park.

85) Complete the sentence: The London underground is

86) Make up a dialogue:
A:
B: Weve got a rich choice of woolen suits of all shades. Will you try this one?
A:
B: Certainly, there is. Try it on. This way, please. Heres the fitting-room.

87) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- I want to buy a brown handbag to match my high boots.

88) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Most towns and cities in England are not more than 4 hours apart by train and many are much less.

89) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
When you have a lot of money in the bank your account is ... (1); when you have spent more than you have in the bank you have ... (2). (in credit or overdraft)

90) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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91) Translate from English into Russian:
We played morceaux from the old German masters. We discussed philosophy and ethics. We flirted with graceful dignity. We were even humorous.

92) Translate from Russian into English:
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93) Answer the following question:
How many stations are on British radio?

94) Put the words in the correct order:
The / the / the / role / woman / family / changed / of.

95) Complete the sentence: British houses have a reputation for being

96) Make up dialogue:
A: Do have the rest of the mashed potatoes.
B:
A: Just take it to please me.
B:

97) Choose the best answer:
Nick was homesick, and all his friends and family. (missed, lost, locked, desired)

98) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The centre of theatrical activity is London, where it is concentrated mainly in London's West End.

99) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
Education from 5 16 is divided into 2 levels and Secondary. (Primary, 'Prep', Public)

100) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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101) Translate from English into Russian:
I don't understand German myself. I learned it at school, but forgot every word of it two years after I had oft, and felt much better since.

102) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; 9 20 (). ? ?

103) Answer the following question:
What does word cuisine mean?

104) Put the words in the correct order:
year/familiar/Englishmen/the/part/Europe/each/become/with/some/of/continen-tal

105) Complete the sentence: That house doesnt seem to be ...(occupied, settled). There are no curtains in the windows, and Ive never seen anyone go in or out.

106) Make up dialogue:
A: Would you like some more?
B:
A: Yes, if you really want.
B:

107) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Once a year its a good idea to go to the doctor for (a check-up, an examination, a medical, an operation.)

108) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Most people have only 3 weeks paid holiday per year and the bank holidays put Britain at the bottom of the list of Common Market countries as far as public holidays are concerned.

109) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
A school where the pupils are made up of both boys and girls is called a school. (co-educational, boarding, Comprehensive)

110) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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111) Translate from English into Russian:
The immigration officer might want to know on whose invitation you are coning and whether you have a return ticket.

112) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; ; 1 ; ; .

113) Answer the following question:
What do most people drink in pubs?

114) Put the words in the correct order:
is/England/nowadays/other/chosen/the/still/Queen/of/may/in/and/countries/

115) Complete the sentence: Although the car is 5 years old, it is ... (well-maintained, badly-maintained). The owners have serviced and cleared it regularly.

116) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: I think so.
A: You may pay here.
B: Cash, please.

117) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Keep away from other people if you have a disease that is (antiseptic, catching, catchy, infectious, contagious.)

118) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
TV and Radio also have two teaching channels used by the Open University.

119) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
If you want to send your children to a private school, they can go to a school when they are 5 or 7. (State, Public, 'Prep')

120) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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121) Translate from English into Russian:
Its jet-lag, the difference between the time you are accustomed to and the new time.

122) Translate from Russian into English:
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123) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the name of the holiday Boxing Day? Why is it so strange? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

124) Put the words in the correct order:
He / works / regular / hours.

125) Complete the sentence: Thanks for washing the dishes .We havent got time to ... them ... (sweep up, dry up). Lets just leave them there to ... (scour, drain).

126) Make up dialogue:
A: They say you're a good athlete. What sport do you play?
B:
A: Do you call that a sport?
B:

127) Choose the best answer:
We didnt have a very nice holiday.The weather was awful. (completely, totally, absolutely, terribly)

128) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The realisation that the weekend is nearly over casts a slight melancholy on Sunday evening.

129) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
In English and Wales, the school year is divided into 3 (subjects, staff, terms).

130) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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131) Translate from English into Russian:
Cholera I had, with severe complications; and diphtheria I seemed to have been born with. I plodded conscientiously through the twenty-six letters, and the only malady I could conclude I had not got was housemaids knee.

132) Translate from Russian into English:
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133) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Football Pools? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

134) Put the words in the correct order:
London / rich / tradition / is / and / in / history / culture.

135) Complete the sentence: When you are through the formalities, you ( get the key to your room; ring for the maid).

136) Make up dialogue:
A: How are you?
B:
A: I see. You wont be sea-sick today, the sea is perfectly calm. Did you take some medicine?
B:

137) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Alex is going to school again, he (is well again, is good, has recovered, has got well)

138) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
On the average, those people who do choose to get married tend to marry later: the ages at which men and women marry for the first time have risen continuously in recent years.

139) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
The is a plan of what is taught in a particular subject. (syllabus, curriculum, time-table)

140) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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141) Translate from English into Russian:
Service charge is 10 % (per cent) of the bill at the restaurant.

142) Translate from Russian into English:
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143) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Guy Fawkes Night? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

144) Put the words in the correct order:
The / Britain / family / is / a / in / unit / crisis.

145) Complete the sentence: Can you ...(rinse, fold) the ironing ...(board, pan) and put it away? Ive finished the ironing now.

146) Make up dialogue:
A: What vegetables do you want for dinner today?
B:
A: All right/ Do you want any beans?
B:

147) Choose the best answer:
A safe rule to follow is to tip the attendants. (Every day; when leaving a hotel).

148) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Nearly theree-quarters of households in Britain have regular use of a car and about a quarter have more that one car.

149) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: first degree, master's, bachelor, doctorate

150) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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151) Translate from English into Russian:
The museum which is walking distance from York city centre and has its own parking is the perfect destination for a family day out.

152) Translate from Russian into English:
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153) Answer the following question:
Do you like to travel by train?

154) Put the words in the correct order:
From, the arrival, of, from, a plane, New York, being announced, was.

155) Complete the sentence: One in seven families in Britain are

156) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: Weve got a rich collection of books: fiction, detective stories, dictionaries.
A:
B: The section youre interested in is on your left.

157) Choose the best answer:
There was an accident on the motorway, and we were for over an hour. (held down, held up, put back, put up)

158) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Later in the afternoon the people watch the Queen on TV as she delivers her traditional message to the UK and the Commonwealth.

159) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
If you want to know which day or time you have a particular lesson, you can always look at the (curriculum, time-table, syllabus).

160) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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161) Translate from English into Russian:
How much did you tip the porter?

162) Translate from Russian into English:
? ; ; ; ; ; , .

163) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the way the people celebrate Christmas in Great Britain? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

164) Put the words in the correct order:
TV/have/Radio/teaching/used/and/also/channels/by/ Open University/two/

165) Complete the sentence: Sociologists divide families into two general types

166) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: At 9 oclock, according to the time-table.
A:
B: I dont know what ports our ship lands at. Lets ask someone else.

167) Choose the best answer:
Use your time sensibly. Dont it.( spend, pass, lose, waste)

168) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Although single-parent families are now accepted by society, the majority view is that 2 parents are essential for the stable upbringing of a child, as a child needs role models of both sexes.

169) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
If you pay in cash they give you a 30% ... (1), if you look around you can often find a ... (2), especially in markets. (bargain or discount)

170) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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171) Translate from English into Russian:
Pride of the carriage fleet is the unique Victorian train of coaches built in the last century are the 1950s carriages painted in the distinctive red and cream livery, nicknamed "blood and custard" by passengers of the time!

172) Translate from Russian into English:
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173) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Youth Hostels? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

174) Put the words in the correct order:
cathedral/the/Slisbury/a/south-west/of/small/in/city/England/is/

175) Complete the sentence: The BBC began to broadcast

176) Make up dialogue:
A: Wheres Mike tonight?
B:
A: Really, whats the trouble?
B:

177) Write a menu: (in 5 sentences) for:
Your favourite lunch.

178) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
One day a man went into a clothes shop and asked for a T-shirt.

179) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: comprehensive school, grammar school, gymnasium, junior school

180) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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181) Translate from English into Russian:
He said: I am a chemist. If I was a co-operative stores and family hotel combined, I might be able to oblige you. Being only a chemist hampers me. I read the prescription.

182) Translate from Russian into English:
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183) Answer the following question:
Why do the English like tea so much?

184) Put the words in the correct order:
Why / now / challenge / do / teenagers / their parents authority?

185) Complete the sentence: These flats that were built in the 1960th look terribly ...(attractive, neglected) and depressing from the outside, dont they?

186) Make up dialogue:
A: Will you be staying here long?
B:
A: Im glad to hear it. Would you care for a drink now?
B:

187) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Im a bit worried about the Ive been having in my back. (ache, agony, pain, wound, twinges.)

188) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
No one knows exactly when the men of the Highlands first gathered to wrestle, put weights and play music.

189) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: numbers, marks, scores, grades

190) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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191) Translate from English into Russian:
I remember going to the British Museum one day to read up the treatment for some slight ailment of which I had a touch hay fever, I fancy it was. I got down the book, and read all I came to read; and then, in an unthinking moment, I idly turned the leaves, and began to indolently study diseases, generally.

192) Translate from Russian into English:
, .

193) Answer the following question:
Which dishes would you have for Christmas Menu?

194) Put the words in the correct order:
it/tonight/still/get/for/is/possible/to/tickets/?

195) Complete the sentence: The collar of this shirt is so dirty Ill have to ...(soak, wring) it in a ...(chopping board, bowl) of hot water for a half an hour, and then (press, scrub) it with a brush.

196) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: I want to buy a present for my wife. I dont know what to choose.
A:
B: Shes of middle height, neither slim nor plump. Just like you.

197) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
Wide-brimmed hats are all the fashion now.

198) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Nowadays cross-country races are run in an enclosed area where the hazards are artificial.

199) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
The is everything that is taught in a school. (syllabus, curriculum, time-table)

200) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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201) Translate from English into Russian:
In the present instance, going back to the liver-pill circular, I had the symptoms, beyond all mistake, the chief among them being a general disinclination to work of any kind.

202) Translate from Russian into English:
1008? ?

203) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the Edinburgh Festival? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

204) Put the words in the correct order:
most/game/which/world/game/can/in/called/be/the/popular/?

205) Complete the sentence: The Greens dont like their new house very much. It is ... (gloomy, bright) because there are so few windows, and it is quite small.

206) Make up dialogue:
A: for Hamlet?
B: Yes, there are some at all prices.
A:
B: I'am afraid Friday is fully booked.

207) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
He will have to go on a diet because he is getting (dense, flabby, plump, robust, stout).

208) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The Kellogg brothers would be proud that the Kellogg Company of today places such importance on the nutritious value of the food it produces.

209) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: kindergarten, nursery school, primary school, kitchen garden

210) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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211) Translate from English into Russian:
I tried to look at my tongue. I stuck it out as far as ever it would go, and I shut one eye, and tried to examine it with other. I could only see the tip, and the only thing that I could gain from that was to feel more certain than before that I had scarlet fever.

212) Translate from Russian into English:
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213) Answer the following question:
What do you know about TV programme Top of the Pops? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

214) Put the words in the correct order:
You, then, to the check-in counter, go, your, ticket, where, is looked at.

215) Complete the sentence: A motel is (a petrol station; a hotel for motorists).

216) Make up dialogue:
A: Hows your brother these days?
B:
A: Im sorry to hear that. Whats the matter?
B:

217) Choose the best answer:
Thank you for the invitation. What time would you like? (we come, we to come, us to come, that we come)

218) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Any apology fairly earned must be delivered in a cold and superior voice, as grudgingly as possible (Well, I said I was sorry), and complete to teach the children manners.

219) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
When you want money you ... (1) some from the bank; when you put your money into the bank you ... (2) it.

220) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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221) Translate from English into Russian:
Ttanslate from English into Russian: There's no chance of that/ These wardens never cancel a ticket once they have wietten it out.

222) Translate from Russian into English:
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223) Answer the following question:
What did some of Roman Catholics plan to do on 5th November 1605?

224) Put the words in the correct order:
watching/the/anything/is/channel/there/worth/on/other/?

225) Complete the sentence: Radio 2 broadcasts mainly

226) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: You know yourself, it is not my fault.
A:
B: We'll see. Bye-bye!

227) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
If he still feels ill after taking this treatment, he should see a (consultant, midwife, specialist, quack).

228) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Tossing the caber originated among woodmen who wanted to cast their logs into the deepest part of a river.

229) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: test, questionnaire, exam, quiz

230) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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231) Translate from English into Russian:
I patted myself all over my front, from what I call my waist up to my head, and I went a bit round each side, and a little way up the back. But I could not feel or hear anything.

232) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ? ? ; ().

233) Answer the following question:
Comment on the phrase The French live to eat, and the English eat to live?

234) Put the words in the correct order:
Identity / Wales / its / heritage / and / culture / have / own.

235) Complete the sentence: This floor is very dirty. Can you bring me a fresh ... (sponge, bucket) of water? I want to rinse the ...(broom, mop) again.

236) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: I've found the key. Don't worry.
A:
B: It was on the book-shelf.

237) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Many illnesses today are related to (sadness, stress, suffering, tension, worry).

238) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Liverpool, the birthplace of the Beatles is the place to visit for further information on the famous pop group.

239) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
You must go to school between the ages of 5 and 16. It is (boarding, Public, compulsory)

240) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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241) Translate from English into Russian:
As a boy, the disease hardly ever left me for a day. They did not know, then, that it was my liver. Medical science was in a far less advanced state than now, and they used to put it down to laziness.

242) Translate from Russian into English:
, .

243) Answer the following question:
How many types of beer are there in Britain?

244) Put the words in the correct order:
Darling, I cant bear you to be angry with me. Make / can / up / it / we?

245) Complete the sentence: Firstborn children in general tend to be

246) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: But we've been her for two hours.
A:
B: All right, all right

247) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
She needs to put on some weight after her illness because she is too (fragile, light, skinny, slim, thin).

248) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Broadcasting in the UK is controlled by the BBC and IBA.

249) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: freshman, post-graduate, apprentice, contestant

250) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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251) Translate from English into Russian:
She is in charge of the department.

252) Translate from Russian into English:
( ); ; ; ? ? ; .

253) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation). Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

254) Put the words in the correct order:
Hows Jane? - I dont know. And / up / she / broken/ have / I.

255) Complete the sentence: I think television can be

256) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: It leaves at 12 oclock. Platform 3.
A:
B: You should be there at 3 oclock, but you may be a bit late.

257) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- Im sorry but we have these dresses only in blue.

258) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Sociologists divide families into 2 general types the nuclear family and the extended family, which include three or more generations living together.

259) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
When you give something to a special shop temporarily in exchange for money you ... (1) it, hoping to get it back if you can raise the money; when you give something as part of the payment for something else you ... (2) it. (part exchange or pawn)

260) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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261) Translate from English into Russian:
I forget which was the first distemper I plunged into some fearful, devastating scourge, I know and, before I had glanced half down the list of premonitory symptoms, it was borne in upon me that I had fairly got it.

262) Translate from Russian into English:
?

263) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Steeplechase? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

264) Put the words in the correct order:
row/dress/fairly/the/free/front/of/the/curcle/is/

265) Complete the sentence: The green buses called 9reen Line

266) Make up dialogue:
A: Id like some picture postcards.
B:
A: Ill take them. Can I get also stamps?
B:

267) Choose the best answer:
How do you call a boy servant in a hotel, in club? (pageboy; newspaper boy)

268) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
There has been a dramatic fall in the number of babies available for adoption, indicating that more babies are kept by the parent.

269) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: instructor, clerk, trainer, lecturer

270) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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271) Translate from English into Russian:
When you are through with the formalities, you will get the key to your room and a pageboy will help you with your luggage and take you up to your room in a lift.

272) Translate from Russian into English:
.

273) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Scottish Highland Games? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

274) Put the words in the correct order:
"Get/ you/ with/ how / on / do / Bob?"-"Very well".

275) Complete the sentence: At the you can enquire about the departures and arrivals and flights, about telephone numbers and addresses of private individuals. (information desk; a booking office).

276) Make up dialogue:
A: They've he sick?
B:
A: Of course not.
B: I wonder where he's gone.

277) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- I want a pair of flat-heeled shoes for everyday wear.

278) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The ancient city of York is dominated by York Minster, the finest Gothic church in northern Europe.

279) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: private school, public school, Sunday school, state school

280) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: , ,

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281) Translate from English into Russian:
When you are ready to check out, you tell the desk-clerk to get your bill ready.

282) Translate from Russian into English:
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283) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the English puppet theatre, about Punch and Judy Show? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

284) Put the words in the correct order:
Family / there / many / are / views / different / life / on.

285) Complete the sentence: The quickest way to get to most places in London is

286) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: Don't worry, I'll get the tickets.
A:
B: See you on Friday!

287) Choose the best answer:
The winner of the competition was with the cheque for £ 5,000. (presented, given, awarded, offered)

288) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
As violence at and near the football grounds increased, there was an ever-increasing tendency for people to stay away, leaving the grounds to football fans.

289) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
If you want to send your children to a private school, they can go school when they are 12 or 13. (State, Public, 'Prep')

290) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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291) Translate from English into Russian:
I came to typhoid fever read the symptoms discovered that I had typhoid fever, must have had it for months without knowing it wondered what else I had got.

292) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; ; ; ; .

293) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the way the Englishmen spend their weekends? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

294) Put the words in the correct order:
A / pagan / festival / the / 1st / May / of / was / spring.

295) Complete the sentence: When the passengers get on the plane and take their seats, the stewardess . (gives the passengers all kinds of information; checks their tickets).

296) Make up dialogue:
A: Well, I like this coat. How much is it?
B:
A: Where must I pay?
B:

297) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Take these three times a day after meals. ( capsules, drugs, pills, sweets, tablets.)

298) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Immediately after the War there was a record number of divorces and the proportion of marriages involving a divorced partner grew from 2 % in 1940 to 32% in 1985.

299) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
The bank gave him a ... (1) to buy a car and hell pay it back in 5 years; shes buying her car in installments by the ... (2) method. (loan or hire purchase)

300) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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301) Translate from English into Russian:
Mr. Brown has been in charge of the office for 3 years.

302) Translate from Russian into English:
. .

303) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the British Pub? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

304) Put the words in the correct order:
You /that pretty young women/ saw/ chatting/ on Saturday night/at Sunnys Restaurant /I/ up.

305) Complete the sentence: Britain is one of the few countries in Europe where

306) Make up dialogue:
A: - How about meals in your country? Do they differ greatly from ours?
B:
A: - I know that your dinner is quite substantial, isnt it?
B:

307) Choose the best answer:
How long does your to work take? (travel, journey, trip, voyage)

308) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The Open University allows students to study at home for degrees they never would have obtained in the main educational system.

309) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
You can often pay for things with a ... (1); but when you go to a cash machine to get money you need a ... (2). (cash card or credit card)

310) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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311) Translate from English into Russian:
How much do they charge for a double room at this hotel?

312) Translate from Russian into English:
, , , .

313) Answer the following question:
What adjectives do the English use talking about their food?

314) Put the words in the correct order:
Alex and I /and/ met at a party /each other/ for /immediately/fell.

315) Complete the sentence: London's transportation system is a source of contention between

316) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: The next train to Aberdeen is at 8..30. Platform 2.
A:
B: No, you dont need to change.

317) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
What treatment should be given to someone who has ? (fainted, lost consciousness, passed away, passed out)

318) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Women are clearly at a disadvantage in a society where the state assumes the man will be the main breadwinner, and there are few opportunities for lone mothers to have a good income while continuing to look after their children.

319) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
A ... (1) is the one you fill in to put money into a bank; a ... (2) is used for taking money out of the bank or paying bills. (cheque book or paying in book)

320) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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321) Translate from English into Russian:
I tried to feel my heart. I could not feel my heart. It had stopped beating. I have since been induced to come to the opinion that it must have been there all the time, and must have been beating, but I cannot account for it.

322) Translate from Russian into English:
? ; - ; ; ; ; .

323) Answer the following question:
What must you specify in Britain if you want to drink beer?

324) Put the words in the correct order:
She, then, asked, to, the passengers, their, fasten, seat belts, and, took off, the plane.

325) Complete the sentence: First ...(beat, score) two eggs in a ... (dustpan, bowl). Then ... (chop, stir) 3 mushrooms into small pieces and add them, with some milk and salt.

326) Make up dialogue:
A: This dress is a bit too long. Ill have to try on another size.
B:
A: When would it be ready?
B:
A: Well, then Ill take it.

327) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Medical experts take the claims of medicine more seriously nowadays. (alternative, complementary, mainstream, fringe.)

328) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
In the late afternoon the sports results are announced on radio and TV and sports editions of the evening paper are on sale.

329) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
Most children, when they are 11 or 12, go to a school. (Comprehensive, State, Public)

330) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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331) Translate from English into Russian:
Inter City East Coast aims to make your journey experience as pleasant as possible and we are constantly reviewing your needs and how we can meet them.

332) Translate from Russian into English:
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333) Answer the following question:
What meals can you have in a pub?

334) Put the words in the correct order:
Fathers / problems / parents / as / face / single / particular.

335) Complete the sentence: At the check-in counter . (your ticket is looked at, your things are weighed and labeled; you fill in the customs declaration).

336) Make up dialogue:
A: You were at the stadium yesterday, weren't you?
B:
A: So am I.
B:

337) Write a menu: (in 5 sentences) for:
A picnic.

338) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The IBA is responsible for looking after the regional independent TV companies who broadcast their own programmes.

339) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: certificate, licence, diploma, degree

340) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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341) Translate from English into Russian:
How much do I have to pay in duty?

342) Translate from Russian into English:
?

343) Answer the following question:
Why does the expression English cuisine sound a little strange to the English?

344) Put the words in the correct order:
the/on/weather/before/forecast/was/news/the/

345) Complete the sentence: The treatre has always been very strong in

346) Make up dialogue:
A: What's wrong with Kelvin?
B:
A: Isn't he sick?
B:

347) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- No, I cant afford this dress. Its too expensive.

348) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Ten minutes later, the butcher ran into the shop waving the Ł 20 note.

349) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
Music, English and Maths are different sorts of (subjects, staff, terms).

350) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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351) Translate from English into Russian:
I thought what an interesting case I must be from a medical point of view, what an acquisition I should be to a class! Students would have no need to walk the hospitals if they had me. I was a hospital in myself.

352) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; 50-70%; ( ); ; .

353) Answer the following question:
What do the Englishmen know about Fortune Telling? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

354) Put the words in the correct order:
newspaper/people/world/in/over/read/most/have/them/horoscopes/and/all/the/ them

355) Complete the sentence: Public transportation services in Europe suffer from

356) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: Show me something in blue.
A:
B: Yes, I do. How muh is it?

357) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Illness can be stopped before it happens by means of (aftercare, healthy living, preventive medicine, vaccines, therapy)

358) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
I'd turn left along the Embankment and carry on as far as Blackfriars Bridge.

359) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
When you keep money for future you ... (1) it; when you return money that you have borrowed you ... (2). (pay it back or save)

360) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
She's so ill-mannered. Last time she came here she left without saying a word. And apart from that she tells such lies alout us!

2) Translate from Russian into English:
? .

3) Answer the following question:
Are all pubs privately owned?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
The / the / in / to / together / past / family / stay / tended.

5) Complete the sentence: The receptionist asks you (to show him your personal belongings; to fill in a form).

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: The next train to York is at 11.35. Platform 1.
A:
B: Yes, change at London.

7) Write a menu: (in 5 sentences) for:
A festive dinner.

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
A giant five-storeys high, th IMAX screen is Britains largest, showing the worlda largest film format.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
He pays for all his meals and hotels on the firms ... (1); he has a ...(2) at Harrods so that he can buy what he wants even if he doesnt have any cash.

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
His father said again that everything they had was for their own use; and they didnt carry anything for sale, that was liable to duty.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
.

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Soccer? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
game/Manchester United/what/yesterdays/Liverpool/was/between/and/score/the/of/?

5) Complete the sentence: During the Second World War the BBC became identified with

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: I advise you not to come by car.
A:
B: You can use the train. It won't take you much time.

7) Choose the best answer:
In our latest brochure we are sure youll find the widest of holidays on the market. (resort, range, luxury)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The landlords of the pubs expect their customers to buy something, but not necessarily an alcohol drink.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: essay, article, composition, thesis

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
In the declaration form travellers are to indicate the kind of valuables and the amount of currency they are bringing into the country.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ? ; ; .

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Wimbledon, Derby and Wembley? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
are/Britain/with/kind/there/places/of/several/in/a/sport/associated/particular

5) Complete the sentence: Oh dear, the iron was too hot. Look, Ive ... (scorched, sorbed) your blouse. Do you think anyone will notice?

6) Make up dialogue:
A: What is there for dinner? I'm hungry.
B:
A: Yes, please. Then I'll go to get the vegetables.
B:

7) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- These fancy cakes make my mouth water.

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The British may be conservative about the times at which they take their holiday, but they have shown themselves very ready to take to new places.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
The person in charge of a school is called the . (staff, syllabus, headmaster).

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
He didn't mention it to me. If that's the case can use the car, but you're not to cram it with too many of your friends again. There must have been eight or nine of you in it last week.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; ; ; ; .

3) Answer the following question: What do you know about May Spring Festival?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
Families / types / sociologists / into / general / two / divide.

5) Complete the sentence: The chief theatres, music halls and cinemas in London are situated (in the West End; in the East End)

6) Make up dialogue:
A: Are you fond of athletics?
B:
A: What athletic event do you do?
B:

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Everyone hoped that he would after the operation. (get better, get well, pull out, pull through)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Although the railways remained nationalised during the 1980s, the organisation of bus and coach thansport changed.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
Most children in England and Wales go to schools. (Public, State, boarding)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
Dont take the key along which is often the case with absent-minded guests, leave it at the desk.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
.

3) Answer the following question:
What are the most famous English dishes?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
ball/net/player/a/must/it/the/hit/twice/crosses/not/before/a

5) Complete the sentence: The "ideal family" is

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: This sport is not for me.
A:
B: I don't think so.

7) Choose the best answer:
the people who saw the exhibition thought it was marvellous. (most, all, everyone, each)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
In the north, the area known as The Potteries is the home of Britains china industry with world famous manufacturers as Royal Doulton based around Stoke-on-Trent.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: electoral college, further educational college, polytechnic, technical college

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
He sat down and wrote out a prescription, and folded it up and gave it me, and I put it in my pocket and went out. I did not open it. I took it to the nearest chemists, and handed it in.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
, . .

3) Answer the following question:
Do all pubs have similar origins?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
BBC / the / has / TV / two / channels.

5) Complete the sentence: If you get air-sick, youd better (go by train, go by plane).

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: I don't think it is possible.
A:
B: O. K. Then it will be Monday.

7) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- This blouse costs F 20.

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
As the rest of Western Europe, in recent years there has been a large increase in the use of private cart in Britain.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
You ... (1) someone money which is yours and which they will give you back; that person ...(2) the money from you. (borrow or lend)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
I had walked into that reading-room a happy, healthy man. I crawled out a decrepit wreck. I went to my medical man. He is an old chum of mine, and feels my pulse and looks at my tongue, and talks about the weater, all for nothing, when I fancy Im ill.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; ; ; .

3) Answer the following question:
If you want to have a real English meal what do you have to do?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
Cave / the / the / of / length / 320 / meters / is.

5) Complete the sentence: Fathers face particular problems as

6) Make up dialogue:
A: Id like to have a pair of woolen trousers.
B:
A: I should like these in grey. Where could I try them on?
B:

7) Choose the best answer:
How do we call a person who serves a table at the restaurant? (a waiter, a maid)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
One of the most unforgettable memories of Northern Ireland is the natural warmth and hospitality of its people.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: award, grant, present, scholarship

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
And they didnt give me pills; they gave me clumps on the side of the head. And, strange as it may appear, those clumps on the head often cured me for the time being.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ;, ; ; .

3) Answer the following question:
What do you do if you have a terrible headache?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
We / the / car / 'll / unload / the / before / park.

5) Complete the sentence: The London underground is

6) Make up a dialogue:
A:
B: Weve got a rich choice of woolen suits of all shades. Will you try this one?
A:
B: Certainly, there is. Try it on. This way, please. Heres the fitting-room.

7) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- I want to buy a brown handbag to match my high boots.

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Most towns and cities in England are not more than 4 hours apart by train and many are much less.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
When you have a lot of money in the bank your account is ... (1); when you have spent more than you have in the bank you have ... (2). (in credit or overdraft)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
We played morceaux from the old German masters. We discussed philosophy and ethics. We flirted with graceful dignity. We were even humorous.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; - ; ; ; .

3) Answer the following question:
How many stations are on British radio?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
The / the / the / role / woman / family / changed / of.

5) Complete the sentence: British houses have a reputation for being

6) Make up dialogue:
A: Do have the rest of the mashed potatoes.
B:
A: Just take it to please me.
B:

7) Choose the best answer:
Nick was homesick, and all his friends and family. (missed, lost, locked, desired)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The centre of theatrical activity is London, where it is concentrated mainly in London's West End.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
Education from 5 16 is divided into 2 levels and Secondary. (Primary, 'Prep', Public)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
I don't understand German myself. I learned it at school, but forgot every word of it two years after I had oft, and felt much better since.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; 9 20 (). ? ?

3) Answer the following question:
What does word cuisine mean?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
year/familiar/Englishmen/the/part/Europe/each/become/with/some/of/continen-tal

5) Complete the sentence: That house doesnt seem to be ...(occupied, settled). There are no curtains in the windows, and Ive never seen anyone go in or out.

6) Make up dialogue:
A: Would you like some more?
B:
A: Yes, if you really want.
B:

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Once a year its a good idea to go to the doctor for (a check-up, an examination, a medical, an operation.)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Most people have only 3 weeks paid holiday per year and the bank holidays put Britain at the bottom of the list of Common Market countries as far as public holidays are concerned.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
A school where the pupils are made up of both boys and girls is called a school. (co-educational, boarding, Comprehensive)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
The immigration officer might want to know on whose invitation you are coning and whether you have a return ticket.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; ; 1 ; ; .

3) Answer the following question:
What do most people drink in pubs?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
is/England/nowadays/other/chosen/the/still/Queen/of/may/in/and/countries/

5) Complete the sentence: Although the car is 5 years old, it is ... (well-maintained, badly-maintained). The owners have serviced and cleared it regularly.

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: I think so.
A: You may pay here.
B: Cash, please.

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Keep away from other people if you have a disease that is (antiseptic, catching, catchy, infectious, contagious.)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
TV and Radio also have two teaching channels used by the Open University.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
If you want to send your children to a private school, they can go to a school when they are 5 or 7. (State, Public, 'Prep')

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
Its jet-lag, the difference between the time you are accustomed to and the new time.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; ; ; ; .

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the name of the holiday Boxing Day? Why is it so strange? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
He / works / regular / hours.

5) Complete the sentence: Thanks for washing the dishes .We havent got time to ... them ... (sweep up, dry up). Lets just leave them there to ... (scour, drain).

6) Make up dialogue:
A: They say you're a good athlete. What sport do you play?
B:
A: Do you call that a sport?
B:

7) Choose the best answer:
We didnt have a very nice holiday.The weather was awful. (completely, totally, absolutely, terribly)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The realisation that the weekend is nearly over casts a slight melancholy on Sunday evening.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
In English and Wales, the school year is divided into 3 (subjects, staff, terms).

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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15

1) Translate from English into Russian:
Cholera I had, with severe complications; and diphtheria I seemed to have been born with. I plodded conscientiously through the twenty-six letters, and the only malady I could conclude I had not got was housemaids knee.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; ; ; ; .

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Football Pools? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
London / rich / tradition / is / and / in / history / culture.

5) Complete the sentence: When you are through the formalities, you ( get the key to your room; ring for the maid).

6) Make up dialogue:
A: How are you?
B:
A: I see. You wont be sea-sick today, the sea is perfectly calm. Did you take some medicine?
B:

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Alex is going to school again, he (is well again, is good, has recovered, has got well)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
On the average, those people who do choose to get married tend to marry later: the ages at which men and women marry for the first time have risen continuously in recent years.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
The is a plan of what is taught in a particular subject. (syllabus, curriculum, time-table)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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16

1) Translate from English into Russian:
Service charge is 10 % (per cent) of the bill at the restaurant.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
― : .

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Guy Fawkes Night? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
The / Britain / family / is / a / in / unit / crisis.

5) Complete the sentence: Can you ...(rinse, fold) the ironing ...(board, pan) and put it away? Ive finished the ironing now.

6) Make up dialogue:
A: What vegetables do you want for dinner today?
B:
A: All right/ Do you want any beans?
B:

7) Choose the best answer:
A safe rule to follow is to tip the attendants. (Every day; when leaving a hotel).

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Nearly theree-quarters of households in Britain have regular use of a car and about a quarter have more that one car.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: first degree, master's, bachelor, doctorate

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
The museum which is walking distance from York city centre and has its own parking is the perfect destination for a family day out.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
, .

3) Answer the following question:
Do you like to travel by train?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
From, the arrival, of, from, a plane, New York, being announced, was.

5) Complete the sentence: One in seven families in Britain are

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: Weve got a rich collection of books: fiction, detective stories, dictionaries.
A:
B: The section youre interested in is on your left.

7) Choose the best answer:
There was an accident on the motorway, and we were for over an hour. (held down, held up, put back, put up)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Later in the afternoon the people watch the Queen on TV as she delivers her traditional message to the UK and the Commonwealth.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
If you want to know which day or time you have a particular lesson, you can always look at the (curriculum, time-table, syllabus).

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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18

1) Translate from English into Russian:
How much did you tip the porter?

2) Translate from Russian into English:
? ; ; ; ; ; , .

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the way the people celebrate Christmas in Great Britain? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
TV/have/Radio/teaching/used/and/also/channels/by/ Open University/two/

5) Complete the sentence: Sociologists divide families into two general types

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: At 9 oclock, according to the time-table.
A:
B: I dont know what ports our ship lands at. Lets ask someone else.

7) Choose the best answer:
Use your time sensibly. Dont it.( spend, pass, lose, waste)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Although single-parent families are now accepted by society, the majority view is that 2 parents are essential for the stable upbringing of a child, as a child needs role models of both sexes.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
If you pay in cash they give you a 30% ... (1), if you look around you can often find a ... (2), especially in markets. (bargain or discount)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
Pride of the carriage fleet is the unique Victorian train of coaches built in the last century are the 1950s carriages painted in the distinctive red and cream livery, nicknamed "blood and custard" by passengers of the time!

2) Translate from Russian into English:
.

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Youth Hostels? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
cathedral/the/Slisbury/a/south-west/of/small/in/city/England/is/

5) Complete the sentence: The BBC began to broadcast

6) Make up dialogue:
A: Wheres Mike tonight?
B:
A: Really, whats the trouble?
B:

7) Write a menu: (in 5 sentences) for:
Your favourite lunch.

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
One day a man went into a clothes shop and asked for a T-shirt.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: comprehensive school, grammar school, gymnasium, junior school

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
He said: I am a chemist. If I was a co-operative stores and family hotel combined, I might be able to oblige you. Being only a chemist hampers me. I read the prescription.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; , ; - (); ; ; .

3) Answer the following question:
Why do the English like tea so much?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
Why / now / challenge / do / teenagers / their parents authority?

5) Complete the sentence: These flats that were built in the 1960th look terribly ...(attractive, neglected) and depressing from the outside, dont they?

6) Make up dialogue:
A: Will you be staying here long?
B:
A: Im glad to hear it. Would you care for a drink now?
B:

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Im a bit worried about the Ive been having in my back. (ache, agony, pain, wound, twinges.)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
No one knows exactly when the men of the Highlands first gathered to wrestle, put weights and play music.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: numbers, marks, scores, grades

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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21

1) Translate from English into Russian:
I remember going to the British Museum one day to read up the treatment for some slight ailment of which I had a touch hay fever, I fancy it was. I got down the book, and read all I came to read; and then, in an unthinking moment, I idly turned the leaves, and began to indolently study diseases, generally.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
, .

3) Answer the following question:
Which dishes would you have for Christmas Menu?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
it/tonight/still/get/for/is/possible/to/tickets/?

5) Complete the sentence: The collar of this shirt is so dirty Ill have to ...(soak, wring) it in a ...(chopping board, bowl) of hot water for a half an hour, and then (press, scrub) it with a brush.

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: I want to buy a present for my wife. I dont know what to choose.
A:
B: Shes of middle height, neither slim nor plump. Just like you.

7) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
Wide-brimmed hats are all the fashion now.

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Nowadays cross-country races are run in an enclosed area where the hazards are artificial.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
The is everything that is taught in a school. (syllabus, curriculum, time-table)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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22

1) Translate from English into Russian:
In the present instance, going back to the liver-pill circular, I had the symptoms, beyond all mistake, the chief among them being a general disinclination to work of any kind.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
1008? ?

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the Edinburgh Festival? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
most/game/which/world/game/can/in/called/be/the/popular/?

5) Complete the sentence: The Greens dont like their new house very much. It is ... (gloomy, bright) because there are so few windows, and it is quite small.

6) Make up dialogue:
A: for Hamlet?
B: Yes, there are some at all prices.
A:
B: I'am afraid Friday is fully booked.

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
He will have to go on a diet because he is getting (dense, flabby, plump, robust, stout).

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The Kellogg brothers would be proud that the Kellogg Company of today places such importance on the nutritious value of the food it produces.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: kindergarten, nursery school, primary school, kitchen garden

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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23

1) Translate from English into Russian:
I tried to look at my tongue. I stuck it out as far as ever it would go, and I shut one eye, and tried to examine it with other. I could only see the tip, and the only thing that I could gain from that was to feel more certain than before that I had scarlet fever.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
, 720 .

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about TV programme Top of the Pops? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
You, then, to the check-in counter, go, your, ticket, where, is looked at.

5) Complete the sentence: A motel is (a petrol station; a hotel for motorists).

6) Make up dialogue:
A: Hows your brother these days?
B:
A: Im sorry to hear that. Whats the matter?
B:

7) Choose the best answer:
Thank you for the invitation. What time would you like? (we come, we to come, us to come, that we come)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Any apology fairly earned must be delivered in a cold and superior voice, as grudgingly as possible (Well, I said I was sorry), and complete to teach the children manners.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
When you want money you ... (1) some from the bank; when you put your money into the bank you ... (2) it.

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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24

1) Translate from English into Russian:
Ttanslate from English into Russian: There's no chance of that/ These wardens never cancel a ticket once they have wietten it out.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
, .

3) Answer the following question:
What did some of Roman Catholics plan to do on 5th November 1605?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
watching/the/anything/is/channel/there/worth/on/other/?

5) Complete the sentence: Radio 2 broadcasts mainly

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: You know yourself, it is not my fault.
A:
B: We'll see. Bye-bye!

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
If he still feels ill after taking this treatment, he should see a (consultant, midwife, specialist, quack).

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Tossing the caber originated among woodmen who wanted to cast their logs into the deepest part of a river.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: test, questionnaire, exam, quiz

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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25

1) Translate from English into Russian:
I patted myself all over my front, from what I call my waist up to my head, and I went a bit round each side, and a little way up the back. But I could not feel or hear anything.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ? ? ; ().

3) Answer the following question:
Comment on the phrase The French live to eat, and the English eat to live?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
Identity / Wales / its / heritage / and / culture / have / own.

5) Complete the sentence: This floor is very dirty. Can you bring me a fresh ... (sponge, bucket) of water? I want to rinse the ...(broom, mop) again.

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: I've found the key. Don't worry.
A:
B: It was on the book-shelf.

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Many illnesses today are related to (sadness, stress, suffering, tension, worry).

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Liverpool, the birthplace of the Beatles is the place to visit for further information on the famous pop group.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
You must go to school between the ages of 5 and 16. It is (boarding, Public, compulsory)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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26

1) Translate from English into Russian:
As a boy, the disease hardly ever left me for a day. They did not know, then, that it was my liver. Medical science was in a far less advanced state than now, and they used to put it down to laziness.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
, .

3) Answer the following question:
How many types of beer are there in Britain?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
Darling, I cant bear you to be angry with me. Make / can / up / it / we?

5) Complete the sentence: Firstborn children in general tend to be

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: But we've been her for two hours.
A:
B: All right, all right

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
She needs to put on some weight after her illness because she is too (fragile, light, skinny, slim, thin).

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Broadcasting in the UK is controlled by the BBC and IBA.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: freshman, post-graduate, apprentice, contestant

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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27

1) Translate from English into Russian:
She is in charge of the department.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
( ); ; ; ? ? ; .

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation). Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
Hows Jane? - I dont know. And / up / she / broken/ have / I.

5) Complete the sentence: I think television can be

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: It leaves at 12 oclock. Platform 3.
A:
B: You should be there at 3 oclock, but you may be a bit late.

7) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- Im sorry but we have these dresses only in blue.

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Sociologists divide families into 2 general types the nuclear family and the extended family, which include three or more generations living together.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
When you give something to a special shop temporarily in exchange for money you ... (1) it, hoping to get it back if you can raise the money; when you give something as part of the payment for something else you ... (2) it. (part exchange or pawn)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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28

1) Translate from English into Russian:
I forget which was the first distemper I plunged into some fearful, devastating scourge, I know and, before I had glanced half down the list of premonitory symptoms, it was borne in upon me that I had fairly got it.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
?

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Steeplechase? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
row/dress/fairly/the/free/front/of/the/curcle/is/

5) Complete the sentence: The green buses called 9reen Line

6) Make up dialogue:
A: Id like some picture postcards.
B:
A: Ill take them. Can I get also stamps?
B:

7) Choose the best answer:
How do you call a boy servant in a hotel, in club? (pageboy; newspaper boy)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
There has been a dramatic fall in the number of babies available for adoption, indicating that more babies are kept by the parent.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: instructor, clerk, trainer, lecturer

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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29

1) Translate from English into Russian:
When you are through with the formalities, you will get the key to your room and a pageboy will help you with your luggage and take you up to your room in a lift.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
.

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about Scottish Highland Games? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
"Get/ you/ with/ how / on / do / Bob?"-"Very well".

5) Complete the sentence: At the you can enquire about the departures and arrivals and flights, about telephone numbers and addresses of private individuals. (information desk; a booking office).

6) Make up dialogue:
A: They've he sick?
B:
A: Of course not.
B: I wonder where he's gone.

7) Ask the question so that the sentence was the answer to it:
- I want a pair of flat-heeled shoes for everyday wear.

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The ancient city of York is dominated by York Minster, the finest Gothic church in northern Europe.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: private school, public school, Sunday school, state school

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: , ,

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30

1) Translate from English into Russian:
When you are ready to check out, you tell the desk-clerk to get your bill ready.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
.

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the English puppet theatre, about Punch and Judy Show? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
Family / there / many / are / views / different / life / on.

5) Complete the sentence: The quickest way to get to most places in London is

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: Don't worry, I'll get the tickets.
A:
B: See you on Friday!

7) Choose the best answer:
The winner of the competition was with the cheque for £ 5,000. (presented, given, awarded, offered)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
As violence at and near the football grounds increased, there was an ever-increasing tendency for people to stay away, leaving the grounds to football fans.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
If you want to send your children to a private school, they can go school when they are 12 or 13. (State, Public, 'Prep')

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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31

1) Translate from English into Russian:
I came to typhoid fever read the symptoms discovered that I had typhoid fever, must have had it for months without knowing it wondered what else I had got.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
; ; ; ; ; ; ; .

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the way the Englishmen spend their weekends? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
A / pagan / festival / the / 1st / May / of / was / spring.

5) Complete the sentence: When the passengers get on the plane and take their seats, the stewardess . (gives the passengers all kinds of information; checks their tickets).

6) Make up dialogue:
A: Well, I like this coat. How much is it?
B:
A: Where must I pay?
B:

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Take these three times a day after meals. ( capsules, drugs, pills, sweets, tablets.)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Immediately after the War there was a record number of divorces and the proportion of marriages involving a divorced partner grew from 2 % in 1940 to 32% in 1985.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
The bank gave him a ... (1) to buy a car and hell pay it back in 5 years; shes buying her car in installments by the ... (2) method. (loan or hire purchase)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
Mr. Brown has been in charge of the office for 3 years.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
. .

3) Answer the following question:
What do you know about the British Pub? Write 5-7 sentences on the topic.

4) Put the words in the correct order:
You /that pretty young women/ saw/ chatting/ on Saturday night/at Sunnys Restaurant /I/ up.

5) Complete the sentence: Britain is one of the few countries in Europe where

6) Make up dialogue:
A: - How about meals in your country? Do they differ greatly from ours?
B:
A: - I know that your dinner is quite substantial, isnt it?
B:

7) Choose the best answer:
How long does your to work take? (travel, journey, trip, voyage)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The Open University allows students to study at home for degrees they never would have obtained in the main educational system.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
You can often pay for things with a ... (1); but when you go to a cash machine to get money you need a ... (2). (cash card or credit card)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
How much do they charge for a double room at this hotel?

2) Translate from Russian into English:
, , , .

3) Answer the following question:
What adjectives do the English use talking about their food?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
Alex and I /and/ met at a party /each other/ for /immediately/fell.

5) Complete the sentence: London's transportation system is a source of contention between

6) Make up dialogue:
A:
B: The next train to Aberdeen is at 8..30. Platform 2.
A:
B: No, you dont need to change.

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
What treatment should be given to someone who has ? (fainted, lost consciousness, passed away, passed out)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
Women are clearly at a disadvantage in a society where the state assumes the man will be the main breadwinner, and there are few opportunities for lone mothers to have a good income while continuing to look after their children.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
A ... (1) is the one you fill in to put money into a bank; a ... (2) is used for taking money out of the bank or paying bills. (cheque book or paying in book)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
I tried to feel my heart. I could not feel my heart. It had stopped beating. I have since been induced to come to the opinion that it must have been there all the time, and must have been beating, but I cannot account for it.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
? ; - ; ; ; ; .

3) Answer the following question:
What must you specify in Britain if you want to drink beer?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
She, then, asked, to, the passengers, their, fasten, seat belts, and, took off, the plane.

5) Complete the sentence: First ...(beat, score) two eggs in a ... (dustpan, bowl). Then ... (chop, stir) 3 mushrooms into small pieces and add them, with some milk and salt.

6) Make up dialogue:
A: This dress is a bit too long. Ill have to try on another size.
B:
A: When would it be ready?
B:
A: Well, then Ill take it.

7) Choose the 3 best answers to fill the gap in each sentence:
Medical experts take the claims of medicine more seriously nowadays. (alternative, complementary, mainstream, fringe.)

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
In the late afternoon the sports results are announced on radio and TV and sports editions of the evening paper are on sale.

9) Fill in the missing words, put them in the right places in the sentence:
Most children, when they are 11 or 12, go to a school. (Comprehensive, State, Public)

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying:

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1) Translate from English into Russian:
Inter City East Coast aims to make your journey experience as pleasant as possible and we are constantly reviewing your needs and how we can meet them.

2) Translate from Russian into English:
.

3) Answer the following question:
What meals can you have in a pub?

4) Put the words in the correct order:
Fathers / problems / parents / as / face / single / particular.

5) Complete the sentence: At the check-in counter . (your ticket is looked at, your things are weighed and labeled; you fill in the customs declaration).

6) Make up dialogue:
A: You were at the stadium yesterday, weren't you?
B:
A: So am I.
B:

7) Write a menu: (in 5 sentences) for:
A picnic.

8) Ask 3 questions to the sentence.
The IBA is responsible for looking after the regional independent TV companies who broadcast their own programmes.

9) Find One word in the list which seems to be the odd one out and which is not connected with education: certificate, licence, diploma, degree

10) Give the English equivalent to the proverb or saying: ,

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