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Variant I

1.1. Translate the text.
THE TELEPHONE
Alexander Graham Bell never planned to be an inventor; he wanted to be a musician or a teacher of deaf people.
Alexander's mother was a painter and a musician. His father was a well-known teacher. He developed a system that he called "Visible Speech", which he used to teach deaf people to speak.
In 1868, a terrible thing happened to the Bell family. Alexander's two brothers died of tuberculosis. Then Alexander became ill with the same disease. The doctor suggested a better climate, and the whole family moved to Canada. He became interested in the telegraph, and he tried to find the way to send musical sounds through electric waves. These experiments were not very successful.
After a year of rest, Alexander was offered a job at the School for the Deaf in Boston, Massachusetts. About this time, Alexander became interested in finding the way to send the human voice through an electric wire. The parents of some of the children whom he taught contributed money for equipment. He found an assistant, Tom Watson, who worked in an electrical shop and knew a lot about building electrical machines. Tom and Alexander worked together to build a machine that people could use to talk to one another over long distances.
After two years, the young men were becoming discouraged. Then, one day, when they were working on a new transmitter, Alexander spilled some acid on himself. Tom Watson, who was alone in another room, heard a voice. The voice was coming through a wire to the receiver on the table! The voice was Alexander Graham Bell's. It was saying, 'Come here, Mr. Watson! I want you!'
The spilled acid was forgotten when Tom and Alexander realized that their talking machine worked.
The first permanent telephone line was built in Germany in 1877. By 1915, a coast-to-coast telephone line was opened in the United States - 5440 kilometers from New York to San Francisco. Alexander Graham was invited to open the new line, and he asked his old friend, Tom Watson, to help. On the important day, January 25, 1915, Mr. Watson was in San Francisco and
Mr. Bell was in New York City. Everyone expected to hear a serious, scientific speech.
The words that Mr. Bell chose to say were 'Come here, Mr. Watson! I want you!'

1.2.    Read the following statements and decide if they are true (T) or false
(F).
1.    Alexander Graham Bell first planned to be an inventor, but he changed his mind.
2.    Alexander's father used "Visible Speech" to teach deaf people to speak.
3.    Alexander's father developed a system that he called "Real Speech".
4.    Bell became interested in the telegraph, and he tried to find the way to send musical sounds through electric waves.
5.    Alexander became interested in the television.
6.    Alexander was offered a job at the School for the Deaf in Boston, Massachusetts.
7.    Tom and Alexander worked together to build a machine that people could use to talk to one another over long distances.
8.    The words that Mr. Bell chose to say were 'Come on, Mr. Watson! I need you!'

1.3.    Complete the following sentences with the correct variant.
1.    Helen is (моя) girlfriend.
a) me    b) my    c) myself
2.    (Их) names are Bill and Ben. (Они) are from the USA.
a) Their, They       b) They, Their    c) Their, Them
3.    Ask (их) about (их) plans for the nearest future.
a) their, their    b) their, them    c) them, their
4.    Where are (вы) from?
a) your    b) you    c) yourself
5.    (Наш) address is 17, Church Street.
a) Our    b) Ours    c) Ourselves

1.4.    Complete the following sentences with a, an, the or - .
1.    This is ... pen and those are ... pencils.
2.    ... white hat is my mother's.
3.    Peter and James are ... brothers.
4.    Dave's girlfriend is . flight-attendant.
5.    We have got ... children.
6.    ... notebook is under ... bed-table.
7.    Is there ... wardrobe in ... living room?
8.    What is ... longest river in ... Russian Federation?
9.    Where is ... Mississippi?
10.    Is ... Paris in ... Spain?

1.5. Point out plural form of the following nouns.
1.    factory
a) factorys    b) factories    c) factores
2.    businesswoman
c) foxs c) children c) moneies
c) -
c) theses
a) businesswomans b) businesswomanes   c) businesswomen
3.    fox
b) foxes
a) fox
b) childes
b) -
b) chiefs b) thesises
4.    child
a) childs
5.    money
a) moneys
6.    chief
a) chieves
7.    thesis a) -
 
1.6. Use the possessive case instead of of-phrases.
1. the father of James; 2. the tables of the students; 3. the names of the sa-lesmen; 4. the call from Mr. Smith; 5. the surname of Helen and John; 6. the notebooks of my sisters; 7. the letter of my chief; 8. the proposal of Mr. Sage; 9. the wallets of the businessmen; 10. the phone number of their boss.

1.7. Complete the following sentences with the correct form of the verb to be.
1.    I ... in the classroom now.
2.    '... you at the University yesterday?' 'Yes, I... .'
3.    I think my children .   good at music and sport.
4.    .   your brother here two minutes ago?
5.    In my opinion Mr. Black ... always bad-tempered and pessimistic.
6.    .   you and your brother at home now?
7.    Your calculator and my diary .   on the table.
8.    you calm or noisy as a child?' 'Yes, I ... .'
9.    ... your wife in America now?
10.    '... they in Spain last summer?' 'Yes, they ... .'
11.    To my mind our boss ... at the conference now.
12.    I think he ... free next Saturday.

1.8.    Fill in the gaps with the correct form of the verb to have.
1.    I ... got a lot of nice clothes now.
2.    I think we ... a good rest tomorrow.
3.    Helen ... got twins.
4.    He ... got any problems now.
5.    When I was ten, I ... a lot of toys, but now I ... .
6.    '... your sister got any interesting books at home?' 'Yes, she ... .'

1.9.    Fill in the gaps with some, any, much (many), a lot of.
1.    There is ... apple juice in the fridge.
2.    Are there .   tomatoes in the kitchen?
3.    There aren't ... flats in our house.
4.    How .   languages are there in the world?
5.    There aren't ... people here.
6.    There isn't ... cheese in the fridge, but there are ... eggs.
7.    Are there ... fair people in your family?
8.    There are ... mistakes in the test.
9.    There is .   cheap furniture in the shop.
10.    How .   coffee is there in the cup?

1.10.    Choose the correct variant.
1.    Don't eat so ... . It's not good for you.
a) quick    b) quickly
2.    Come on, Mark! Why are you always so ... ?
a) slow    b) slowly
3.    John is a very ... driver.
a) carefully    b) careful
4.    Some companies pay their workers very . .
a) bad    b) badly
5.    Nick works ... .
a) hardly    b) hard
6.    She plays the piano . .
a) well    b) good

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