# Английский язык. Ч.3 (Tests 10,11,12). Ильичева Н.А - 19 стр.

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1. When in thermal contact, heat flows … from a hotter object to a colder one
until they are at the same temperature.
2. Processes that are left to themselves tend to become more and more
disordered, never the …
3. Normally when objects are charged by rubbing. They hold their … only for a
4. Metals are generally good … whereas most other materials are insulators.
5. Individual electrons in an atom have a magnetic field due to what is best
understood as a …
6. Materials that are highly magnetic are called …
7. The angle of reflection is equal to the angle of …
8. … effects are defined as change in wave motion produced by phase and
amplitude relations of two or more waves.
9. The special theory of relativity deals with inertial (…) reference frames.
10. The concept of dilation may be hard to accept, for it violates our …
understanding.
C. Fill in the correct word derived from the words in brackets
1. A beautiful … (atmosphere) phenomenon commonly seen after rain is called
the rainbow. The … (colour) arc of a rainbow is the result of several …
(optic) effects: refraction, internal … (reflect) and dispersion.
2. The universe can be extreme. There are realms that are tiny and yet …
(incredible) massive, therefore requiring that both quantum mechanics and
general relativity … (simultaneous) be brought to bear.
3. We use heat energy, either directly or … (direct), to do most of the work that
is done in everyday life. The ……. (operate) of heat engines is based on the
laws of thermodynamics.
4. The volt is the unit of … (volt) and is equal to one joule per coulomb. …
(volt) is caused by a … (separate) of charge.
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1. When in thermal contact, heat flows … from a hotter object to a colder one
until they are at the same temperature.
2. Processes that are left to themselves tend to become more and more
disordered, never the …
3. Normally when objects are charged by rubbing. They hold their … only for a
4. Metals are generally good … whereas most other materials are insulators.
5. Individual electrons in an atom have a magnetic field due to what is best
understood as a …
6. Materials that are highly magnetic are called …
7. The angle of reflection is equal to the angle of …
8. … effects are defined as change in wave motion produced by phase and
amplitude relations of two or more waves.
9. The special theory of relativity deals with inertial (…) reference frames.
10. The concept of dilation may be hard to accept, for it violates our …
understanding.

C. Fill in the correct word derived from the words in brackets
1. A beautiful … (atmosphere) phenomenon commonly seen after rain is called
the rainbow. The … (colour) arc of a rainbow is the result of several …
(optic) effects: refraction, internal … (reflect) and dispersion.
2. The universe can be extreme. There are realms that are tiny and yet …
(incredible) massive, therefore requiring that both quantum mechanics and
general relativity … (simultaneous) be brought to bear.
3. We use heat energy, either directly or … (direct), to do most of the work that
is done in everyday life. The ……. (operate) of heat engines is based on the
laws of thermodynamics.
4. The volt is the unit of … (volt) and is equal to one joule per coulomb. …
(volt) is caused by a … (separate) of charge.

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