# Иностранный язык. Методическое пособие. Мартемьянова Н.В - 30 стр.

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5. Its Thursday today, E) didnt they?
6. Theres no proof, F) is it?
7. You didnt say that, G) can you?
8. They should be late, H) doesnt he?
9. Youve got two sisters, I) didnt you?
10. Hes spoken to her, J) is there?
11. They arent French, K) shouldnt they?
13. Theyre working hard, M) will they?
14. He loves you, N) are they?
15. Were late, O) havent you?
UNIT SIX
My Future Profession.
If you ask me why of all humanities I have chosen History, my answer will be:
it interests me as a science because it helps one to understand and explain the
processes going on in various aspects of human history. It also helps one to foresee
the course of events in the future. But no one can really study any particular period
of history unless he knows a lot about what preceded it, and what came after it.
If one casts a retrospective look at the historical past, one can see that the entire
history of human society is that of wars and struggle for power. Wars, except just
ones, were always waged for the purpose of conquering other lands and peoples.
All the monarchs brutally oppressed their own people, and enslaved and plundered
the conquered nations. But, in the course of time, some empires and monarchies
gradually came to a downfall. As a result of democratic revolutions, some monarch
were overthrown and republics were proclaimed.
I suppose well soon discuss all these points at our seminars.
There are many historical subjects in our programme, When we are through
with Ancient History, we'll pass over to the study of the Middle Ages. As to
Russian History, I think, we'll start learning the pre-revolutionary period (the
period of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century) next year, but not until
we are through with the feudal period. When I am in my third year, I wish to
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5. It’s Thursday today, E) … didn’t        they?
6. There’s no proof,            F) … is it?
7. You didn’t say that,         G) … can you?
8. They should be late, H) … doesn’t he?
9. You’ve got two sisters,I) … didn’t you?
10. He’s spoken to her, J) … is there?
11. They aren’t French, K) … shouldn’t they?
13. They’re working hard,       M) … will they?
14. He loves you,         N) … are they?
15. We’re late,                 O) … haven’t you?

UNIT SIX
My Future Profession.

If you ask me why of all humanities I have chosen History, my answer will be:
it interests me as a science because it helps one to understand and explain the
processes going on in various aspects of human history. It also helps one to foresee
the course of events in the future. But no one can really study any particular period
of history unless he knows a lot about what preceded it, and what came after it.
If one casts a retrospective look at the historical past, one can see that the entire
history of human society is that of wars and struggle for power. Wars, except just
ones, were always waged for the purpose of conquering other lands and peoples.
All the monarchs brutally oppressed their own people, and enslaved and plundered
the conquered nations. But, in the course of time, some empires and monarchies
gradually came to a downfall. As a result of democratic revolutions, some monarch
were overthrown and republics were proclaimed.
I suppose we’ll soon discuss all these points at our seminars.
There are many historical subjects in our programme, When we are through
with Ancient History, we'll pass over to the study of the Middle Ages. As to
Russian History, I think, we'll start learning the pre-revolutionary period (the
period of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century) next year, but not until
we are through with the feudal period. When I am in my third year, I wish to