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1) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
>Howmuchdo Ihave topay induty?

2) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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3) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whydoes theexpression Englishcuisine sound alittlestrange to the English?

4) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>the/on/weather/before/forecast/was/news/the/

5) >Complete thesentence: Thetreatrehasalwaysbeenverystrong in

6) >Make up dialogue:
A:What'swrongwithKelvin?
B:
A:Isn'thesick?
B:

7) >Ask thequestionso that thesentencewas theanswer to it:
- No, Icantaffordthisdress.Itstooexpensive.

8) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>Tenminuteslater, thebutcherraninto theshopwaving the 20note.

9) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
Music, English andMathsaredifferentsorts of (>subjects,staff,terms).

10) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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1) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
Ithoughtwhataninterestingcase Imustbefrom amedicalpoint ofview,whatanacquisition Ishouldbe to aclass!Studentswouldhavenoneed to >walk thehospitalsiftheyhadme. Iwas ahospital inmyself.

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

3) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whatdo theEnglishmen knowabout FortuneTelling?Write 5-7sentences on thetopic.

4) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>newspaper/people/world/in/over/read/most/have/them/horoscopes/and/all/the/them

5) >Complete thesentence: Publictransportation services in Europesufferfrom

6) >Make up dialogue:
A:
B:Showmesomething inblue.
A:
B:Yes, Ido.Howmuhis it?

7) >Choose the 3 bestanswers tofill thegap ineachsentence:
>Illnesscanbestoppedbefore ithappensbymeans of (>aftercare,healthyliving,preventivemedicine,vaccines,therapy)

8) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>I'dturnleftalong theEmbankment andcarry onasfarasBlackfriarsBridge.

9) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
>Whenyoukeep moneyforfutureyou ... (1) it;whenyoureturn money thatyouhaveborrowedyou ... (2). (>pay itback orsave)

10) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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11) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
>She'ssoill-mannered.Lasttimeshecameheresheleftwithoutsaying aword.Andapartfrom thatshetellssuchliesaloutus!

12) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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13) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Are allpubsprivatelyowned?

14) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
The / the / in / to /together /past / family /stay /tended.

15) >Complete thesentence: Thereceptionistasksyou (toshowhimyourpersonalbelongings; tofill in aform).

16) >Make up dialogue:
A:
B: The nexttrain to Yorkisat 11.35.Platform 1.
A:
B:Yes, changeat London.

17) >Write amenu: (in 5sentences)for:
Afestivedinner.

18) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
Agiantfive-storeys high,thIMAXscreenisBritainslargest,showing theworldalargest filmformat.

19) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
Hepaysfor all hismeals andhotels on thefirms ... (1);hehas a ...(2)atHarrodsso thathecanbuywhathewantsevenifhedoesnthaveanycash.

20) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying: ,

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21) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
>Hisfathersaidagain thateverythingtheyhadwasfortheirownuse; andtheydidntcarryanythingforsale, thatwasliable toduty.

22) >TranslatefromRussianinto English:
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23) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whatdoyou knowaboutSoccer?Write 5-7sentences on thetopic.

24) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>game/ManchesterUnited/what/yesterdays/Liverpool/was/between/and/score/the/of/?

25) >Complete thesentence: >During theSecond WorldWar the BBCbecameidentifiedwith

26) >Make up dialogue:
A:
B: Iadviseyounot tocomebycar.
A:
B: Youcanuse thetrain.Itwon'ttakeyoumuchtime.

27) >Choose the bestanswer:
>Inourlatestbrochurewearesureyoullfind thewidest ofholidays on themarket. (>resort,range,luxury)

28) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
Thelandlords of thepubsexpecttheircustomers tobuysomething,butnotnecessarilyanalcoholdrink.

29) >Find >Oneword in the listwhichseems tobe theoddone out andwhichisnotconnectedwitheducation:essay,article,composition,thesis

30) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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31) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
>In thedeclarationformtravellersare toindicate thekind ofvaluables and theamount ofcurrencytheyarebringinginto thecountry.

32) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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33) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whatdoyou knowaboutWimbledon,Derby andWembley?Write 5-7sentences on thetopic.

34) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>are/Britain/with/kind/there/places/of/several/in/a/sport/associated/particular

35) >Complete thesentence:Ohdear, theironwastoohot.Look,Ive ... (>scorched,sorbed)yourblouse.Doyouthinkanyonewillnotice?

36) >Make up dialogue:
A:Whatistherefordinner?I'mhungry.
B:
A:Yes,please.ThenI'llgo toget thevegetables.
B:

37) >Ask thequestionso that thesentencewas theanswer to it:
-Thesefancycakesmakemymouthwater.

38) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
The Britishmaybeconservativeabout thetimesatwhichtheytaketheirholiday,buttheyhaveshownthemselvesveryready totake to newplaces.

39) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
Theperson incharge of aschooliscalled the . (>staff,syllabus, headmaster).

40) >Give the English >equivalent to theproverb orsaying: 볿

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41) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
Hedidn'tmention it tome.Ifthat's thecasecanuse thecar,butyou'renot tocram itwithtoomany ofyourfriendsagain.Theremusthavebeeneight ornine ofyou in it lastweek.

42) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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43) >Answer thefollowingquestion:Whatdoyou knowaboutMay SpringFestival?

44) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>Families /types /sociologists /into /general / two /divide.

45) >Complete thesentence: Thechieftheatres, musichalls andcinemas in Londonaresituated (in the West End; in theEast End)

46) >Make up dialogue:
A:Areyoufond ofathletics?
B:
A:Whatathleticeventdoyoudo?
B:

47) >Choose the 3 bestanswers tofill thegap ineachsentence:
>Everyonehoped thathewould after theoperation. (>getbetter,getwell,pull out,pullthrough)

48) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>Although therailwaysremainednationalisedduring the1980s, theorganisation ofbus andcoachthansportchanged.

49) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
>Mostchildren inEngland andWalesgo to schools. (Public, State,boarding)

50) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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51) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
>Donttake thekeyalongwhichisoften thecasewithabsent-mindedguests,leave itat thedesk.

52) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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53) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whatare themostfamous Englishdishes?

54) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>ball/net/player/a/must/it/the/hit/twice/crosses/not/before/a

55) >Complete thesentence: The ">ideal family"is

56) >Make up dialogue:
A:
B:Thissportisnotforme.
A:
B: Idon'tthinkso.

57) >Choose the bestanswer:
thepeople whosaw theexhibitionthought itwasmarvellous. (>most, all,everyone,each)

58) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>In thenorth, theareaknownas ThePotteriesis thehome ofBritainschinaindustrywith worldfamousmanufacturersas RoyalDoultonbasedaroundStoke-on-Trent.

59) >Find >Oneword in the listwhichseems tobe theoddone out andwhichisnotconnectedwitheducation:electoralcollege,furthereducationalcollege,polytechnic,technicalcollege

60) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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61) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
He satdown andwrote out aprescription, andfolded it up andgave itme, and Iput it inmypocket andwent out. Ididnot open it. Itook it to thenearestchemists, andhanded it in.

62) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
, . .

63) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Do allpubshavesimilarorigins?

64) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
BBC / the /has / TV / two /channels.

65) >Complete thesentence: >Ifyougetair-sick,youdbetter (>gobytrain,gobyplane).

66) >Make up dialogue:
A:
B: Idon'tthink itispossible.
A:
B:O. K.Then itwillbeMonday.

67) >Ask thequestionso that thesentencewas theanswer to it:
-Thisblousecosts F 20.

68) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>As therest of Western Europe, inrecentyearstherehasbeen alargeincrease in theuse of privatecart inBritain.

69) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
You ... (1)someone moneywhichisyours andwhichtheywillgiveyouback; thatperson ...(2) the moneyfromyou. (>borrow orlend)

70) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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71) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
Ihadwalkedinto thatreading-room a happy,healthy man. Icrawled out adecrepitwreck. Iwent tomymedical man. Heisanoldchum ofmine, andfeelsmypulse andlooksatmytongue, andtalksabout theweater, allfornothing,when IfancyImill.

72) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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73) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Ifyouwant tohave a real Englishmealwhatdoyouhave todo?

74) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>Cave / the / the / of /length / 320 /meters /is.

75) >Complete thesentence: Fathersfaceparticularproblemsas

76) >Make up dialogue:
A:Idlike tohave apair ofwoolentrousers.
B:
A: Ishouldlikethese ingrey.Wherecould Itrythem on?
B:

77) >Choose the bestanswer:
>Howdowecall aperson whoserves atableat therestaurant? (awaiter, amaid)

78) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>One of themostunforgettablememories ofNorthernIrelandis thenaturalwarmth andhospitality ofitspeople.

79) >Find >Oneword in the listwhichseems tobe theoddone out andwhichisnotconnectedwitheducation:award,grant,present,scholarship

80) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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81) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
>Andtheydidntgivemepills;theygavemeclumps on theside of thehead.And,strangeas itmayappear,thoseclumps on theheadoftencuredme for thetimebeing.

82) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
˳; ; ; ;, ; ; .

83) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whatdoyoudoifyouhave a terribleheadache?

84) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>We / the /car / '>ll /unload / the /before /park.

85) >Complete thesentence: The Londonundergroundis

86) >Make up adialogue:
A:
B:Wevegot arichchoice ofwoolensuits of allshades.Willyoutrythisone?
A:
B:Certainly,thereis.Try it on.Thisway,please.Heres thefitting-room.

87) >Ask thequestionso that thesentencewas theanswer to it:
- Iwant tobuy abrownhandbag tomatchmy highboots.

88) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>Mosttowns andcities inEnglandarenotmorethan 4hoursapartbytrain andmanyaremuchless.

89) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
>Whenyouhave alot of money in thebankyouraccountis ... (1);whenyouhavespentmorethanyouhave in thebankyouhave ... (2). (incredit or overdraft)

90) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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91) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
>Weplayedmorceauxfrom theoldGermanmasters.Wediscussedphilosophy andethics.Weflirtedwithgracefuldignity.Wewereevenhumorous.

92) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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93) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Howmanystationsare on British radio?

94) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
The / the / the /role /woman / family /changed / of.

95) >Complete thesentence: Britishhouseshave areputationforbeing

96) >Make up dialogue:
A:Dohave therest of themashedpotatoes.
B:
A:Justtake it topleaseme.
B:

97) >Choose the bestanswer:
>Nickwashomesick, and all hisfriends and family. (>missed,lost,locked,desired)

98) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
Thecentre oftheatricalactivityis London,where itisconcentratedmainly inLondon's West End.

99) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
>Educationfrom 5 16isdividedinto 2levels andSecondary. (>Primary, '>Prep', Public)

100) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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101) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
Idon'tunderstandGermanmyself. Ilearned itatschool,butforgoteveryword of it twoyearsafter Ihadoft, andfeltmuchbettersince.

102) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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103) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whatdoesword >cuisinemean?

104) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>year/familiar/Englishmen/the/part/Europe/each/become/with/some/of/continen-tal

105) >Complete thesentence:That housedoesntseem tobe ...(>occupied,settled).Therearenocurtains in thewindows, andIveneverseenanyonego in or out.

106) >Make up dialogue:
A:Wouldyoulikesomemore?
B:
A:Yes,ifyoureallywant.
B:

107) >Choose the 3 bestanswers tofill thegap ineachsentence:
>Once ayearits agoodidea togo to thedoctorfor (acheck-up,anexamination, amedical,anoperation.)

108) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>Mostpeoplehaveonly 3weekspaidholidayperyear and thebankholidaysputBritainat thebottom of the list ofCommonMarketcountriesasfaras publicholidaysareconcerned.

109) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
Aschoolwhere thepupilsaremade up ofbothboys and girlsiscalled a school. (>co-educational,boarding,Comprehensive)

110) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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111) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
Theimmigrationofficermightwant to know onwhoseinvitationyouareconing andwhetheryouhave areturnticket.

112) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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113) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whatdomostpeopledrink inpubs?

114) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>is/England/nowadays/other/chosen/the/still/Queen/of/may/in/and/countries/

115) >Complete thesentence:Although thecaris 5yearsold, itis ... (>well-maintained,badly-maintained). Theownershaveserviced andcleared itregularly.

116) >Make up dialogue:
A:
B: Ithinkso.
A: Youmaypayhere.
B:Cash,please.

117) >Choose the 3 bestanswers tofill thegap ineachsentence:
>Keepawayfromotherpeopleifyouhave adisease thatis (>antiseptic,catching,catchy,infectious,contagious.)

118) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
TV andRadioalsohave twoteachingchannelsusedby the Open University.

119) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
>Ifyouwant tosendyourchildren to a privateschool,theycango to a schoolwhentheyare 5 or 7. (State, Public, '>Prep')

120) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying: ,

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121) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
>Itsjet-lag, thedifferencebetween thetimeyouareaccustomed to and the newtime.

122) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
ϳ; ; ; ; ; ; ; .

123) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whatdoyou knowabout thename of theholiday >BoxingDay?Whyis itsostrange?Write 5-7sentences on thetopic.

124) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
He /works /regular /hours.

125) >Complete thesentence:Thanksforwashing thedishes .>Wehaventgottime to ...them ... (>sweep up,dry up).Letsjustleavethemthere to ... (>scour,drain).

126) >Make up dialogue:
A:Theysayyou're agoodathlete.Whatsportdoyouplay?
B:
A:Doyoucall that asport?
B:

127) >Choose the bestanswer:
>Wedidnthave averyniceholiday.Theweatherwas awful. (>completely,totally,absolutely,terribly)

128) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
Therealisation that the weekendisnearlyovercasts aslightmelancholy on Sundayevening.

129) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
>In English andWales, theschoolyearisdividedinto 3 (>subjects,staff,terms).

130) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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131) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
>Cholera Ihad,withseverecomplications; anddiphtheria Iseemed tohavebeenbornwith. Iploddedconscientiouslythrough thetwenty-sixletters, and theonlymalady Icouldconclude Ihadnotgotwashousemaidsknee.

132) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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133) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whatdoyou knowabout FootballPools?Write 5-7sentences on thetopic.

134) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
London /rich /tradition /is / and / in /history /culture.

135) >Complete thesentence:Whenyouarethrough theformalities,you (get thekey toyour room;ringfor themaid).

136) >Make up dialogue:
A:Howareyou?
B:
A: Isee. Youwontbesea-sick today, theseaisperfectlycalm.Didyoutakesomemedicine?
B:

137) >Choose the 3 bestanswers tofill thegap ineachsentence:
>Alexisgoing toschoolagain,he (>iswellagain,isgood,hasrecovered,hasgotwell)

138) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>On theaverage,thosepeople whodochoose togetmarriedtend tomarrylater: theagesatwhichmen andwomenmarryfor thefirsttimehaverisencontinuously inrecentyears.

139) >Fill in themissingwords,putthem in therightplaces in thesentence:
The is aplan ofwhatistaught in aparticularsubject. (>syllabus,curriculum,time-table)

140) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying:

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141) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
Servicechargeis 10 % (>percent) of thebillat therestaurant.

142) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
: - .

143) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Whatdoyou knowaboutGuyFawkesNight?Write 5-7sentences on thetopic.

144) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
The /Britain / family /is / a / in /unit / crisis.

145) >Complete thesentence:Canyou ...(>rinse,fold) theironing ...(>board,pan) andput itaway?Ivefinished theironingnow.

146) >Make up dialogue:
A:Whatvegetablesdoyouwantfordinner today?
B:
A:Allright/Doyouwantanybeans?
B:

147) >Choose the bestanswer:
Asaferule tofollowis totip theattendants. (>Everyday;whenleaving ahotel).

148) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>Nearlytheree-quarters ofhouseholds inBritainhaveregularuse of acar andabout aquarterhavemore thatonecar.

149) >Find >Oneword in the listwhichseems tobe theoddone out andwhichisnotconnectedwitheducation:firstdegree,master's,bachelor,doctorate

150) >Give the Englishequivalent to theproverb orsaying: ,

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151) >Translatefrom EnglishintoRussian:
Themuseumwhichiswalkingdistancefrom Yorkcitycentre andhasitsownparkingis theperfectdestinationfor a familyday out.

152) >Translate >from >Russian >into English:
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153) >Answer thefollowingquestion:
>Doyoulike totravelbytrain?

154) >Put thewords in thecorrectorder:
>From, thearrival, of,from, aplane, New York,beingannounced,was.

155) >Complete thesentence: >One insevenfamilies inBritainare

156) >Make up dialogue:
A:
B:Wevegot arichcollection ofbooks: fiction,detectivestories,dictionaries.
A:
B: Thesectionyoureinterested inis onyourleft.

157) >Choose the bestanswer:
>Therewasanaccident on themotorway, andwewere foroveranhour. (>helddown,held up,putback,put up)

158) >Ask 3questions to thesentence.
>Later in theafternoon thepeoplewatch the Queen on TVasshedelivershertraditional

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