When a ship goes out to sea it leaves the .., or port. The speed of a ship is measured in .. . The foremost part of the ship is called the .. . A .. is used to steer the ship. The goods are stored in the .. .
The man in command on board is the .. . The first .. is responsible for navigation. To .. a ship the sailors need maps, a .. and other instruments. Sea-maps are called .. . A .. knows where they are at sea by finding the longitude and .. .
All the people who work on board are .. . Together they are called the .. of the ship. The crew sleep in .. , or berths.
A holiday-trip by ship is a .. . When passengers go on to a ship we say that they .. , or board the ship. When you want to leave or .. the ship you have to use the gang-plank, or .. . Holidaymakers on board can sit in .. . They sleep in .. . Passengers are served food by the .. . The food is prepared in the .. .
Sometimes the .. can be dangerous, especially when the coast consists of steep rocks called .. . Along the more dangerous parts of the .. there are usually .. used for warning ships at sea.
If a ship runs into rocks, it becomes a .. . If your ship is wrecked you have to jump .. . Then you should wear a .. .
When its .. weather the surface of the water begins to move. These movements of the water are called .. . When the waves are very high many people suffer from .. .
Ships are .. and repaired in .. . They are loaded and unloaded by .. Ships which carry cargoes are called .. and those which are used for war purpose. A ship which is part of a commercial . is called a .. . A general term boats is .. . After a ship has sailed into harbour it is .. . This is a .. or cable.
& 4. Read the text about a sea voyage which happened to be a tragedy for the people. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense-forms. Translate into Ukrainian.