Английский язык. Учебное пособие. Бабушкин А.П - 22 стр.

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should be made.
On November 4, Hall won a majority of the district votes and an aide to the governor
said that the newly elected judge would be appointed to fill the temporary vacancy
until the regular judicial term began in January.
Answer Key
Unit I
Ex. I (page 4).
1. gavel 2. robe 3. usher 4. aisle 5. pew 6. reverence 7. equity 8. vague 9.
conform 10. (church) conformist 11. void 12. hault 13. poke 14. roam 15. rap
Discussion (page 5).
1. There is an increasing number of female and black, but normally a middle-aged
white man presides over a court.
2. The First Amendment to the Constitution requires the state to be neutral in its
relations with believers and nonbelievers. Thus, any religions exercises in public
schools are unconstitutional.
3. Because the Constitution guarantees freedom of the press the government could
not do this – and the newspapers continued to publish installments of the report.
4. The Supreme Court did not think this “overcrowding” was “cruel and unusual
punishment”, which the Constitution prohibits.
Unit II
Ex. I (page 9).
1. Key elements 2. determine 3. roughly 4. cite 5. jail 6. impose 7. regarding 8.
substantial 9. reject 10. lawyer 11. custody 12. incline 13. reduce 14. jurisdiction
15. error 16. claim
Ex. II (page 9).
a)
1 – 7
5 - 4
2 – 8
6 - 2
3 – 6
7 - 3
4 – 5
8 - 1
b)
1 – 8
4 - 4
2 – 7
7 - 3
3 – 6
6 - 2
5 – 5
8 - 1
Ex. III (page 10).
influence, independence, conduct, appellate courts.
Unit III
Ex. III (page 15).
1. business affairs (eg correspondence) still to be attended to
2. work involving study of individuals or families with social problems
3. record kept eg. by a doctor