7. My father always reads newspapers ____________.
in the morning
on the morning
8. I think he _______you tomorrow
9. I ________ milk yesterday.
10. _______ you drink coffee every day?
III Essay Writing
Tell about your hobby
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EXAM CARD XXXI
In 1971, motivated by their vision of a green and peaceful world, a small team of activists set sail from Vancouver, Canada, in an old fishing boat. These activists, the founders of Greenpeace, believed a few individuals could make a difference.
Their mission was to «bear witness» to US underground nuclear testing at Amchitka, a tiny island off the West Coast of Alaska, which is one of the world's most earthquake-prone regions. Amchitka was the last refuge for 3000 endangered sea otters, and home to bald eagles, peregrine falcons and other wildlife.
Even though their old boat, was intercepted before it got to Amchitka, the journey sparked a flurry of public interest. The US still detonated the bomb, but the voice of reason had been heard. Nuclear testing on Amchitka ended that same year, and the island was later declared a bird sanctuary.
Today, Greenpeace is an international ecological organization that has 2.8 million supporters worldwide, and national as well as regional offices in 41 countries. Its headquarters are based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Greenpeace is a non-profit organization and nongovernmental. It unites people of different colours living in different continents and speaking different languages. The common mission of this organization is preserving life on the earth in its full variety.
Greenpeace does not accept donations from governments, corporations or political parties but relies on contributions from individual supporters and foundation grants. Greenpeace does not support any political party. Nevertheless, its members carry on a dialogue with all political forces and struggle for approving and passing laws for the welfare of our environment.
As a global organization, Greenpeace focuses on the most crucial worldwide threats to our planet's biodiversity and environment. It campaigns to stop climate change, save the oceans, stop whaling, say no to genetic engineering, stop the nuclear threat, eliminate toxic chemicals.
The goal of Greenpeace is to expose environmental criminals, and to challenge government and corporations when they fail to live up to their mandate to safeguard our environment and our future.
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1. I always feel positive ..... the start of the week.
2. Hundreds of people ..... by the new factory this year.
have been employed
3. Many accidents ..... by dangerous driving.
have been caused
4. Great Britain consists of ..... parts.
5 Do you want ... with you or do you want to go alone?
me to come
that I come
that I will come
6. Jeremy ..... basketball this season; he wants to concentrate on his studies.
hasn’t been playing
7. - Do you remember me? - Of course, I do. We ..... several times before.
have been meeting
8. Pushkin, the great Russian poet, was born in ......
9. I ….. leave the party early last night. I wasn’t very well.
10 ‘Where ...?’ ‘In London’.
were you born
are you born
have you been born
did you born
III Essay Writing
Will modern technology such as the Internet ever replace the book or the written word as the main source of information?
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EXAM CARD XXXII
Interpol, more correctly the International Criminal Police Organization, was created in 1923 to assist international criminal police co-operation. The organization's new name was adopted in 1956, prior to which it was known as the International Criminal Police Commission.
Interpol was founded in Austria in 1923 as the International. Criminal Police Commission. The organization came under control of Nazi Germany when Germany declared the Anschluss, political union between Germany and Austria. The staff and facilities of Interpol were utilised as an information gathering unit for the Gestapo, until the Nazi regime fell to Allied forces.
Senior military officials from Britain, France, Belgium and Scandinavia reorganized Interpol into today's organization.
The United States, after a period of isolationism, joined Interpol in 1961.
Interpol is the world's second largest international organization, after the United Nations; it currently has 184 member countries. It is financed by annual contributions from its member countries, which total about EUR 30 million; however, Europol receives^ million annually. The Organization is headquartered in Lyon, France, formerly headquartered in Saint Cloud, a town located in the vicinity of Paris.
Because of the politically neutral role Interpol must play, its Constitution forbids any involvement in any political, military, religious, or racial crimes. Its work concentres primarily on public safety and terrorism, organized crime, illicit drug production and drug trafficking, weapons smuggling, trafficking in human beings, money laundering, child pornography, financial and high-tech crime, and corruption.
In October 2001, the Interpol General Secretariat employed a staff of 384, representing 54 different countries. That same month, Interpol began to change from a 9-to-5 agency to a 24-hour agency, making its work more efficient.