# Английский язык. Ч. 1. Ильичева Н.А - 15 стр.

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4. The…………heat of a substance is the amount of heat, necessary to raise the
temperature of one kilogram of a substance one degree Celsius. (special, characteris-
tic, specific)
5. The…………of the heat flow between two objects depends on their tem-
peratures. (movement, direction, route)
6. If the two bodies are kept long enough…………, their temperatures become
equal (in contract, at a distance, separately)
7. When the two bodies are kept in thermal……there is no heat flow be-
tween them. (stability, symmetry, equilibrium)
C. Fill in the correct word derived from the words in brackets:
1. A diet calorie is commonly written with a capital C to avoid…… (con-
fuse)
2. It is necessary to raise the temperature of this substance one degree Celsius
at normal atmospheric……(press)
3. When water is heated……, it changes to steam. (sufficient)
4. The molecules of a gas are……father apart than the molecules in a liq-
uid. (relative)
5. The…………of energy tells us that the work done plus the heat energy pro-
duced must equal the original amount of energy. (conserve)
6. The unit of joule is the mechanical…………of heat (equal)
7. If the temperature of the iron increased by 100
O
C, the…………temperature
change in the aluminium would be only 48
O
C. (correspond)
8. Heat can be viewed as either another form of energy or as the…………of
molecular kinetic and potential energies on a macroscopic scale. (manifest)
D. Complete the sentences with your own predictions.
1. Clothes (be) very different in the year 2100.
2. Private cars (disappear) in the year 2100.
3. It (rain) next week.
4. The weather (get) much warmer in the next few years.
5. English (be) the world language in the year 2100.
E. Write what is going to happen. The future event that you predict is on
the way or starting to happen.
1. Look! He (dive) into the water.
2. She ( knock) a cup off the table.
3. The cat ( catch) the bird.
4. Look-out! We (crash)!
5. Look- it (rain).
F. Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Simple or the Future Simple:
1. We (not play) if it (rain).
2. If he (wash) my car, I (give) him $10. 3. I (wait) until you finish. 4. All right. I (apologize) if it (make) you feel better.  15 4. The…………heat of a substance is the amount of heat, necessary to raise the temperature of one kilogram of a substance one degree Celsius. (special, characteris- tic, specific) 5. The…………of the heat flow between two objects depends on their tem- peratures. (movement, direction, route) 6. If the two bodies are kept long enough…………, their temperatures become equal (in contract, at a distance, separately) 7. When the two bodies are kept in thermal…………there is no heat flow be- tween them. (stability, symmetry, equilibrium) C. Fill in the correct word derived from the words in brackets: 1. A diet calorie is commonly written with a capital C to avoid………… (con- fuse) 2. It is necessary to raise the temperature of this substance one degree Celsius at normal atmospheric…………(press) 3. When water is heated…………, it changes to steam. (sufficient) 4. The molecules of a gas are…………father apart than the molecules in a liq- uid. (relative) 5. The…………of energy tells us that the work done plus the heat energy pro- duced must equal the original amount of energy. (conserve) 6. The unit of joule is the mechanical…………of heat (equal) 7. If the temperature of the iron increased by 100O C, the…………temperature change in the aluminium would be only 48O C. (correspond) 8. Heat can be viewed as either another form of energy or as the…………of molecular kinetic and potential energies on a macroscopic scale. (manifest) D. Complete the sentences with your own predictions. 1. Clothes (be) very different in the year 2100. 2. Private cars (disappear) in the year 2100. 3. It (rain) next week. 4. The weather (get) much warmer in the next few years. 5. English (be) the world language in the year 2100. E. Write what is going to happen. The future event that you predict is on the way or starting to happen. 1. Look! He (dive) into the water. 2. She ( knock) a cup off the table. 3. The cat ( catch) the bird. 4. Look-out! We (crash)! 5. Look- it (rain). F. Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Simple or the Future Simple: 1. We (not play) if it (rain). 2. If he (wash) my car, I (give) him$ 10.
3. I (wait) until you finish.
4. All right. I (apologize) if it (make) you feel better.