2. He didn't want anyone to see him so he took a seat in ..... corner of the room.
3. Willy is wearing a cap that isnít ..... .
4. Mary and Jim visit ..... parents very often.
5. Where did you ___ for your holiday in the end?
6. If I get there early enough, I ___ you a seat.
7. When I'm in town, I ___ listening to the birds.
8. I had instructions that I ___ to leave the door unlocked when I came home.
9. He refused to go until he ___ seen all the paintings.
10. He was clever enough _____ _____ in this delicate situation.
to avoid, to speak
avoiding, to speak
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Computers can translate all kinds of languages well. Do our children need to learn more languages in the future?
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EXAM CARD XXIV
There is a huge city in the northeastern part of the USA near Lake Michigan.
In America, there are many large cities, but I would like to tell about Chicago.
Chicago is the third-largest city in the United States and one of the country's leading industrial, commercial, financial and transport centres. It extends some 47 km along the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan, occupying flatland traversed by two short rivers: the Chicago River and the Calumet River.
The city's rapid growth was due to its location, with ready access to markets and raw materials; it has one of the world's busiest airports ó O'Hare International Airport.
Chicago is America's most important haulage centre and is a significant port for both domestic and international trade. Great Lakes freighters and river barges deliver such commodities as iron ore, coal, chemicals, oil and grain.
The Chicago metropolitan area has the highest number of manufacturing employees in the United States. City's largest employers are the electrical goods industry, followed by the steel, machinery, fabricated metals, foods, printing and publishing, chemicals and transport equipment industries.
Chicago has one of the world's most beautiful lakefronts.
The world's first skyscraper was constructed in Chicago, in 1885. The central part of the city has several of the world's tallest buildings, including the Sears Tower, which at 110 storey high is the tallest in the United States. Construction of tall office buildings continues.
Chicago is a major centre of higher education, with numerous colleges and universities. The prestigious University of Chicago founded in 1890 was the site of the world's first controlled nuclear chain reaction. It happened in 1942.
Write an annotation translation of the text
1. Mother has given Sue some pocket money. But she is spending it very quickly. So, by the end of the week she ..... all of it.
will have spent
will be spending
will have been spending
2. Yesterday I did some shopping and ..... .
also I went to the bank
I also went to the bank
I went to the bank also
3. I ___ you are a very attractive person.
4. It ___ like you have something on your mind. Do you want to talk about it?
5 There's no question that they ......... delighted when they see her tomorrow.
(a) have been
(b) will be
(c) had been
(d) will have been
6 The friends couldn`t _____ laughing when they discovered the problem.
7 The little girl was really afraid of _____ lost in the forest.
8 We _____ get there on time if we _____ the bus.
will not; do not catch
would not; did not catch
will not; does not catch
9.The pupil explained to the teacher that he couldn't come to school that day because he ..... .
had been ill
has been ill
10. Tom said that he had been late for work that morning, and he added that he ..... before.
had never been late
was never late
never had been late
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My future profession
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EXAM CARD XXV
Washington, the capital of the United States of America, is situated on the Potomac River in the District of Columbia. The district is a piece of land ten miles square and it does not belong to any separate state but to all the states. The district is named in honour of Columbus, the discoverer of America. The capital owes much to the first President of the USA -George Washington. It was G. Washington, who chose the place for the District and laid in 1790 the corner-stone of the Capitol, where Congress sits.
Washington is not the largest city in the USA. It has a population of 900 000 people. Washington is a one-industry town. That industry is government. It does not produce anything except very much scrap paper. Every day 25 railway cars leave Washington loaded with scrap paper.
Washington has many historical places. The largest and tallest among the buildings is the Capitol with its great House of Representatives and the Senate chamber. There are no skyscrapers in Washington because no other building must be taller than the Capitol. The White House is the President's residence. All American presidents except George Washington (the White House was not yet built in his time), have lived in the White House. It was built in 1799. It is a two-storied, white building.
Not far from the Capitol is the Washington Monument, which looks like a very big pencil. It rises 160 metres and is hollow inside. A special lift brings visitors to the top in 70 seconds from where they can enjoy a wonderful view of the whole city.
The Jefferson Memorial was built in memory of the third President of the USA, Thomas Jefferson, who was also the author of the Declaration of Independence. The memorial is surrounded by cherry-trees. The Lincoln Memorial devoted to the memory of the 16th President of the US, the author of the Emancipation Proclamation, which gave freedom to Negro slaves in America.
On the other bank of the Potomac lies the Arlington National Cemetery where President Kennedy was buried. American soldiers and officers, who died in World Wars I and II are buried there too.