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1.1. Translate the text.

THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
The University of Cambridge (often Cambridge University), is located in Cambridge, England. It is the second oldest university in the English-speaking world and has a reputation as one of the world's most prestigious universities.
Cambridge is a university, with its main functions divided between the central departments of the university and thirty-one colleges of which three admit only women. The first women students were examined in 1882 but attempts to make women full members of the university did not succeed until 1947.
In general, the departments perform research and provide centralized lectures to students, while the colleges are responsible for the domestic arrangements and welfare of undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral researches and some University staff.
Colleges are not required to admit students in all subjects, with some colleges choosing from subjects such as architecture, history of art, sciences and engineering. From the time of Isaac Newton in the later 17th century until the mid-19th century, the university maintained a strong emphasis on mathematics.
Cambridge University has research departments and teaching faculties in most academic disciplines. Cambridge tends to have a slight bias towards scientific subjects, but it also has a number of strong humanities and social science faculties.
All research and lectures are conducted by University Departments. During the 1990s Cambridge added a substantial number of new specialist research laboratories on several University sites around the city.
Historically, the university has produced a significant proportion of Britain's prominent scientists, writers and politicians. Officially, affiliates of Cambridge University have won a total of 82 Nobel Prizes, more than any other university in the world and more than any country in the world except the United Kingdom and the United States.
In addition to a long distinguished tradition in the humanities and the arts, the University of Cambridge is especially known for producing prominent scientists and mathematicians. This distinguished list includes Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin,  William Harvey, Paul Dirac,  J.  J.  Thomson, Ernest
Rutherford, Jane Goodall, James Clerk Maxwell, Francis Crick, Alan Turing, Stephen Hawking, and Fred Sanger.
Cambridge maintains a long tradition of student participation in sport and recreation. Rowing is a particularly popular sport at Cambridge, and there are competitions between colleges and against Oxford (the Boat Race). There are also matches against Oxford in many other sports, ranging from rugby and cricket, to chess and tiddlywinks.

1.2.    Read the following statements and decide if they are true (T) or false
(F).
1.    The University of Cambridge is the first-oldest university in the English-speaking world.
2.    The main functions of the university are divided between the central departments and university colleges.
3.    There are three faculties of the university which admit only women.
4.    The departments of the university are responsible for the domestic arrangements and welfare of undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral researches and some University staff.
5.    From the 17th century until the mid-19th century, the university maintained a strong emphasis on architecture.
6.    Historically, the university has produced a significant proportion of Britain's prominent scientists, writers and politicians.
7.    Officially, affiliates of Oxford University have won a total of 82 Nobel Prizes, more than any other university in the world.
8.    The University of Cambridge is especially known for producing prominent scientists and mathematicians.
9.    The University of Cambridge maintains a long tradition of student participation in Art.
10.    The University of Cambridge competes against the Oxford University
in rowing.

1.3.    Complete  Molly's  letter with the  present simple or present
progressive form of the verb in brackets.
Dear Sam,
I .   (write) to you from the greatest city of the world, from Oxford. Now I . (live) and ... (study) here at Oxford Art College. I ... (stay) in the hostel with two more students: Mio, who is sixteen years old, ... (come) from Japan and Santa who .   (come) from Brazil. The hostel is not far from the college. It . (take) us about seven minutes to get there.
We are the students of the Faculty of Art. Every day we . (have) three lec¬tures. The lectures usually . (start) at 9 o'clock and . (finish) at about 3 o'clock. After two pairs of lessons we . (have) time for lunch. I . (have) lunch at the moment. I ... (sit) in a college cafeteria and ... (drink) tea with some cakes. They are very delicious here. Mio ... (like) Japanese food very much, so she always . (have) lunch at Japanese restaurant with some other students from Japan. Santa . (not have) lunch at a college cafeteria. She . (go) to the hostel and .   (prepare) something herself.
After lessons we usually . (go) to the library or to the self-study room. There are a lot of books there which we need for homework. Now we . (work) on the new project. It is very interesting. I also . (attend) extra lessons on the florist design. I .   (have) much free time at present .
I am sorry, I must go. Next month I . (visit) my parents, so it is a good chance to meet and to talk about everything.
See you soon,
Molly

1.4.    Complete the following sentences with the past simple or past
progressive form of the verb in brackets.
1.    It was cold on Sunday night so we .   (decide) to stay at home.
2.    When I .   (meet) Ann, she .   (do the shopping) in Paterson.
3.    The sun .   (shine) when I woke up this morning.
4.    They .   (clean) the house when the telephone rang.
5.    I ... (cook) the dinner while Violet ... (prepare) for the test.
6.    She .   (break) the computer when she tried to move it.
7.    Terry .   (go) home late, .   (have) a shower and immediately . (go) to bed.
8.    While Mary was talking to her parents, her boyfriend . (come).
9.    Yesterday evening I ... (go) to the newsagent's to buy a newspaper.
10.    Kelly .   (not like) ice-cream when she was younger.

1.5.    Complete the following sentences with the present perfect or
present perfect progressive form of the verb in brackets.
1.    A: Where is David?
B: He ... for work. (just leave)
2.    A: Why are you tired? B: I .   (clean) the flat.
3.    A: Is Kelly in the self-study room?
B: Yes, she is. She .   (study) since four o'clock.
4.    A: How are your friends from Italy?
B: I don't know. I ... (not phone) them since last month.
5.    A: Why don't we go to the restaurant tonight?
B: How about tomorrow night? I ... (already / cook) dinner.
6.    A: I am going to watch «Gone with the Wind» tonight. B: Again? You .   (see) it three times this month.
7.    A: Has Molly lost weight?
B: Yes, she .   .   .   (go) to the gym for six months.
8.    A: Does Michael work for Sony Corporation?
B: Yes, he does. He    (work) at this company for ten years.
9.    A: Do you live in London?
B: Yes, I do. I .   .   .   (live) in England since 1988.
10.    A: Has Joe read the book I gave him last week?
B: No, he    (finish) it yet.

1.6.    Choose the correct variant.
1.    Have you seen / Did you see Sally at the party?
2.    We spent / have spent a month in Paris two years ago.
3.    My favorite book is 'War and Peace'. I read/have read it three times.
4.    Have you read / Did you read my report yet?
5.    Sarah came / has come from work half an hour ago.
6.    Ann graduated from the law school in 2005 but she hasn't worked/ didn't work as a lawyer yet.
7.    James has been writing books since 1995 and so far he has published / published three books so far.
8.    When I was younger, I didn't know / haven't known how to use a computer.
9.    Has Andrew ever thought / Did Andrew ever think about changing his
job?
10.    Henry is proud because he has passed /passed the exam.
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1.7.    Fill in the gaps with the correct preposition.
1.    I am a student ... the Faculty of Economics.
2.    The university is located not far .   the city center.
3.    What time does he usually leave home . work?
4.    The academic year ... Britain's university is divided ... 2 terms.
5.    It goes .   saying that research is an important feature . university work.
6.    At our college there are three hundred students .   twenty countries.
7.    What does Steve usually do .   the evening?
8.    Three thousand students has graduated from the faculty with good and excellent results.
9.    There are over thirty sport societies and clubs .   the university . those who like sports.
10.    The dean's office is .   the second floor.

1.8. Choose the correct variant and complete the following sentences.
1.    Sally didn't ... drive a car.
a) used to    b) use to    c) uses to
2.    Michael .   at the sweet shop last summer.
a) is working     b) works    c) worked
3.    'Was Dan ... for his Physics exam all night?' 'Yes, he was.'
a) studies    b) studied    c) studying
4.    We have .   been to Berlin.
a) ever    b) never    c) just
5.    'When ... Ben buy a new car?' 'Two months ago.'
a) do    b) does    c) did
6.    They haven't traveled abroad ... 1990.
a) just    b) for    c) since
7.    'Why are your clothes dirty?' 'I ... the car.'
a) have washed  b) have been washing    c) was washing
8.    ' ... you use to smoke?' 'No, never.'
a) Did    b) Do    c) Are
9.    She's ... tidied her room but she hasn't watered the plants yet.
a) so far    b) since    c) already
10.    Mary's parents ... to the opera.
a) went    b) have gone    c) go
11.    I was going shopping ... Fred was preparing for the test.
a) while    b) when    c) but
12.    Lilly .   TV when her parents arrived.
a) watched        b) watches    c) was watching
13.    What is Henry .   these days?
a) did    b) doing    с) does
14.    ' ... are you talking to?' 'I am talking to Nancy.'
a) What        b) Where    c) Who
15.    Megan .   like milk but now she hates it.
a) didn't used to b) used to    c) uses to

1.9. Translate the following sentences.
1.    In 1975 the faculty had only two departments: a Department of Telecommunication Devices and a Radioengineering department.
2.    Students who do not like sport can join some other clubs in accordance with their interests.
3.    Alex never breaks the rules.
4.    He works hard and does his best to be a good specialist in economics and management.
5.    Excellent exam results in at least two subjects are necessary to get a place at a university.
6.    The authorities of the faculty are always friendly and helpful.
7.    I have just passed my last exam with an excellent mark and now I am free till the first of September.
8.    With the rapid development of economics it has become impossible to imagine modern society without computer systems and radioelectronics.
9.    A week ago I had an interview with the head of the computer firm.
10.    The most important thing for me now is to graduate from the
university with excellent marks and to get a Bachelor's degree in
Computer Science.

Complete the following sentences about yourself.
1.    I used to ... but now I don't.
2.    I am a student of . .
3.    Yesterday at 5 p.m. I ... .
4.    I have never . .
5.    The lectures at the university usually start at . .
6.    In the evening I always . .
7.    I have just .   when my parents came.
8.    I am working on .   at the moment.
9.    I like . .
10.    I don't like ... .
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