Иностранный язык: Контрольные работы по английскому языку для студентов 4 курса специальности 020700 - "История". Мартемьянова Н.В. - 5 стр.



9. What were her foreign policy principles?
4. Match an adjective in A with a noun in B.
a colonial country
foreign ambitious
future routes
imperialistic classes
international policy
a merchant nation
naval fleet
a powerful trade
a Protestant empire
rising commanders
trading wealth
a wealthy monarchy
5. Put a preposition in each gap. Underline the prepositions in your
a) The struggle _____ the Crown, named the Wars _____ the Roses _____ Walter
Scott, was ended _____ Henry Tudor who gave origin _____ a new dynasty.
He avoided wars _____ neighbours countries and kept the friendship _____ the
merchants and the gentry. He understood earlier _____ most people that the
future wealth _____ the country would depend _____ international trade and he
build a fleet _____ merchant ships.
b) Henry VIII was always looking _____ new sources _____ money. He broke
_____ Rome and was made head _____ the Church _____ England _____
Parliament. The lands and wealth of the Church came _____ his control. He is
considered _____ the founder _____ the national Church _____ England. His
creation _____the navy is another achievement _____ his.
6. Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense and voice. Underline the verb
forms in your notebooks.
a) The struggle for crown which (to last) for thirty years (to end) by Henry Tudor
who ( to become) King Henry VII. During his reign he (to avoid) quarrels both
with neigbouring countries and with economically powerful classes in England.
He (to know) only too well how much harm the wars (to do) to the country. A
lot of money (to spend) on building a merchant fleet as he (to be )sure that the
countrys future (to depend) on international trade.
b) Elizabeth (to consider) trade the most important foreign policy matter, as her
grandfather (to do) . She (to establish) a number of companies which (to trade)
with various regions of the world. She also (to encourage) English traders to