# 18th Century Britain. Иностранный язык. Фомина И.В. - 22 стр.

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3. After 1689 the Tory party couldnt support the Hannoverians without
splitting their ranks.
4. It was impossible denying their church.
5. The problem was solver by extending the lawyers fiction.
Ex. 7. Read and translate the sentences. Determine the function of would
(Conditionals or Future-in-the-Past) in each sentence.
1. The sentiments of the past need not shed blood in the present, nor imperil the
political order on which the future wealth of the nation would depend.
2. The Act of Settlement, 1701, would have made government chaotic and
strangled cabinet government in its cradle.
3. The Tories hoped that France would support a Stuart restoration in England.
4. These methods would later move through the industrial and commercial life in
the 19
th
century England.
5. The impeachments of 1701 showed that it would be dangerous to sign treaties
without the agreement of ministers.
6. This would have involved a subordination of the administration to the
legislature which would have made impossible the development of a cabinet
system.
7. When it was clear that it would meet every year and it would decide the issues
that would determine the course of foreign trade and conditions of internal
economic life.
Ex. 8. Ask 10 questions to the text.
Ex. 9. Entitle each passage of the text.
Ex. 10. Retell the text.
Ex. 11. Look through the texts in units IV, V and VI and make a rendering of the
whole article From Limited Monarchy to Parliamentary Government .
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3. After 1689 the Tory party couldn’t        support the Hannoverians without
splitting their ranks.
4. It was impossible denying their church.
5. The problem was solver by extending the lawyers’ fiction.

Ex. 7. Read and translate the sentences. Determine the function of would
(Conditionals or Future-in-the-Past) in each sentence.

1. The sentiments of the past need not shed blood in the present, nor imperil the
political order on which the future wealth of the nation would depend.
2. The Act of Settlement, 1701, would have made government chaotic and
strangled cabinet government in its cradle.
3. The Tories hoped that France would support a Stuart restoration in England.
4. These methods would later move through the industrial and commercial life in
the 19th century England.
5. The impeachments of 1701 showed that it would be dangerous to sign treaties
without the agreement of ministers.
6. This would have involved a subordination of the administration to the
legislature which would have made impossible the development of a cabinet
system.
7. When it was clear that it would meet every year and it would decide the issues
that would determine the course of foreign trade and conditions of internal
economic life.

Ex. 8. Ask 10 questions to the text.

Ex. 9. Entitle each passage of the text.

Ex. 10. Retell the text.

Ex. 11. Look through the texts in units IV, V and VI and make a rendering of the
whole article “From Limited Monarchy to Parliamentary Government”.