# Английский язык. Ч. 1. Ильичева Н.А - 19 стр.

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A. stole B. has stolen C. has been stealing
8. Terry is in bed. He…………flu.
A. has B. is having C. has been having
9. Every year I……Britain to improve my English.
A. am visiting B. visit C. have been visiting
10. While I…………the letter, the phone rang.
A. opened B. have been opening C. was opening
E. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form:
1. A: Where is Charles?
B: He (tidy) his bedroom.
2. A: I (see) this film before.
B: Well, I havent. Do you mind watching it again?
3. A: How did you break your arm?
B: I broke it when I (ski) in France.
4. A: Did you enjoy your holiday?
B: Well, it didnt go the way I (plan) it.
5. A: Joe is going on holiday next week.
B: Yes, I know. This time next week he (fly) to Rome.
6. A: Do you live in Leeds?
B: No, I work in Leeds, but I (live) in York.
7. Ill phone him just as soon as I (finish) typing all these letters.
8. By the time I qualify, I (study) law for 6 years.
F. Translation.
Translate one of the following texts into Russian:
Text A
Satellites
Artificial satellites circling the Earth are now commonplace. A satellite is put
into orbit by accelerating it to a sufficiently high tangential speed with the use of
rockets. If the speed is too high, the spacecraft will not be confined by Earths gravity
and will escape, never to return if the speed is too low, it will return to Earth. Satel-
lites are usually put into circular (or nearly circular) orbits because they require the
least takeoff speed. It is sometimes asked: What keeps a satellite up? The answer
is: its high speed. If a satellite stopped moving, it would, of course, fall directly to
Earth. But at the very high speed a satellite has, it would quickly fly into space, if it
werent for the gravitational force of the earth pulling it into orbit. In fact, a satellite
is falling (accelerating toward Earth), but its high tangential speed keeps it from hit-
ting Earth.
Text B
Potential Energy
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A. stole               B. has stolen        C. has been stealing
8. Terry is in bed. He…………flu.
A. has                 B. is having         C. has been having
9. Every year I…………Britain to improve my English.
A. am visiting         B. visit             C. have been visiting
10. While I…………the letter, the phone rang.
A. opened              B. have been opening C. was opening

E. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form:
1. A: Where is Charles?
B: He (tidy) his bedroom.
2. A: I (see) this film before.
B: Well, I haven’t. Do you mind watching it again?
3. A: How did you break your arm?
B: I broke it when I (ski) in France.
4. A: Did you enjoy your holiday?
B: Well, it didn’t go the way I (plan) it.
5. A: Joe is going on holiday next week.
B: Yes, I know. This time next week he (fly) to Rome.
6. A: Do you live in Leeds?
B: No, I work in Leeds, but I (live) in York.
7. I’ll phone him just as soon as I (finish) typing all these letters.
8. By the time I qualify, I (study) law for 6 years.

F. Translation.
Translate one of the following texts into Russian:

Text A
Satellites

Artificial satellites circling the Earth are now commonplace. A satellite is put
into orbit by accelerating it to a sufficiently high tangential speed with the use of
rockets. If the speed is too high, the spacecraft will not be confined by Earth’s gravity
and will escape, never to return – if the speed is too low, it will return to Earth. Satel-
lites are usually put into circular (or nearly circular) orbits because they require the
least takeoff speed. It is sometimes asked: “What keeps a satellite up?” The answer
is: its high speed. If a satellite stopped moving, it would, of course, fall directly to
Earth. But at the very high speed a satellite has, it would quickly fly into space, if it
weren’t for the gravitational force of the earth pulling it into orbit. In fact, a satellite
is falling (accelerating toward Earth), but its high tangential speed keeps it from hit-
ting Earth.

Text B
Potential Energy