Make up word combinations from the following words and translate into Ukrainian.
5.Answer the following question: What is vision?
a)unnatural capability derived from the combination of the image forming optical system of the eye
b)a human capability derived from the separation of the image forming optical system of the eye
c)capability derived from the combination of the image forming optical system of the eye
6.Put the sentences into passive voice. 1 They built these houses in 1902. . 2 She bakes a cake every Sunday. . 3 He broke the vase yesterday. . 4 I clean the shoes every Friday. . 5 We wrote the exercise an hour ago. . 6 They use this road very often. . 7 Thieves stole his car. . 8 They cancelled all the flights. . 9 Brian told the truth. . 10 She always loads the dishwasher. . 11 He sometimes does the shopping. . 12 The ambulance took Peter to hospital. .
7. Put the following words into correct order to make up sentences:
1. measurements/ Value/ be/ may/ obtained/ of /from /the /visibility /of/ chart/ a /test/.
2. familiar/ human/ eye/ is /a /imaging/ The /system.
3. for /Applications/ with/ a/ similar/ instruments /ability/ to /a /sense/ scene.
8. Work in pairs. Share ideas about personal experiences of light sensitivity occurringindifferent illumination conditions. Compare your answers.
Insert suitable prepositions in the following.
1. Could I speak a) Tom, please? I'm afraid Tom's b) work. But Jack's c) . Would you like to speak d) him?
2. How do I get the air terminal? Turn right the end of this street and you'll see it front of you.
3. He started going school the age of five. So now he's been school for ten years. He's leaving the end of this year.
4. He goes his office every day except Sunday. On Sundays he stays home and works the garden.
5. I think I left my umbrella the bus. I'd better write the Lost Property Office.
Retell text A.
11.Match words with their synonyms:
Read and translate the text B
The primary functions occurring within a standard image sensor are the conversion of light photons falling onto the image plane into a corresponding spatial distribution of electric charge, the accumulation and storage of this charge at the point of generation, the transfer or readout of this charge, and the conversion of charge to a usable voltage signal. Each of these functions can be accomplished by a variety of approaches, but only the principal sensor types will be considered here. Sensors can be divided into two groups: vacuum tube devices in which the charge readout is accomplished by an electron beam sweeping across the charge in a raster fashion similar to that in a television picture tube, and solid-state devices based on charge-coupled devices or photodiodes. These three types of sensor will be described in the next three sections.
For many years, vacuum tubes provided the only technology available for television applications, and they are still widely used because of the high-quality image signals they provide. On the other hand, the electron beam readout method confers a number of disadvantages, which are not found in solid-state devices, including large size, fragility, susceptibility to shock and vibration, high power consumption and a high degree of sensitivity to external electric and magnetic ﬁelds. The principal imaging defects, which again are not present in solid-state devices, include
• lag when displaying changing images, due to slow response speed,
• image burn which is damage to the sensor surface caused by intense light,
• geometric distortion,
• drift in the apparent position of the image,
• a nonlinear relationship between signal output and light intensity which varies with target voltage.