Спортивная тема на английском языке1. Переведите с английского языка на русский.
Rangers in a hurry to replace Mullery.
Queens's Park Rangers chairman Jim Gregory will scour the ranks of football's unemployed to find a successor to Alan Mullery. Following the sudden departure of Mullery, Gregory is unlikely to risk the complications of trying to recruit someone else's manager.
Men such as former Rangers' coach George Graham, now driving Third Division Millwall toward promotion, and West Ham's John Lyall would not be released by their present chairmen without a battle - and Gregory needs a replacement quickly.
Former Arsenal and Tottenham manager Terry Neill has the credentials to take on the task, while others with London connections but no ties at present include Bobby Campbell, John Bond and Gerry Francis.
Neill has resisted offers to bring him back into the game following his dismissal from Arsenal last Christmas, but may now feel his busy sabbatical- marathon running, charity mountain climbing and football analysis on the radio- can be brought to an end.
Unlike Mullery, however, Neill may want a longer-term deal than the one-year arrangement agreed by Mullery when he stepped in for Barcelona-bound Terry Venables last summer.
Former England captain Mullery had just left Crystal Palace when Gregory offered him the chance to rebuild his managerial reputation. He always had the odds stacked against him, with the "feel" of Venables still very strong at the club.
The almost-inevitable end came on Tuesday night after a 2-0 win over Stoke when Gregory agreed with the spectators who had chanted "Mullery must go."
Coach Frank Siblev will take charge of the players until a new manager is appointed, and with a visit by League leaders Everton on Saturday, followed on Wednesday by a Milk Cup second replay against Southampton, Rangers' chairman is likely to make his choice within 48 hours.
Jan Butterworth, Coventry City's centre-half, had X-rays taken on his right foot yesterday after limping out of Tuesday night's match at Liverpool. He was kicked on the instep and the X-ray is to check for a possible fracture. Liverpool won 3-1.
Mervyn Day has made his peace with manager Graham Turner. But the former England Under-23 goalkeeper still wants to leave Aston Villa.
Day was suspended by the club last week after voicing strong views on the manager's decision to drop him to make way for fit-again Nigel Spink.
"After having spoken with Graham Turner at length this afternoon, I have apologised for making public statements which brought his integrity into question," said Day yesterday in an official statement.
London solicitor Michael Cranston has announced his resignation as chairman of Southend. The latest development in the club's continuing crisis.
Lendl leaves it wide open. Mats Wilander's chances of retaining his Australian Open tennis title were immeasurably improved yesterday when three of the top five seeds, Ivan Lendl, Ioakim Nystrom and Pat Cash, were ousted from the championship.
Top seed Lendl, forced by torn stomach muscles and heavy bandaging round his abdomen to serve well below his usual standard, succumbed 6-1, 7-6, 6-4 to ninth-seeded South African Kevin Curren in their held-over, fourth-round match.
The Czechoslovak French Open champion, who was trailing 6-1, 2-1 when play was called off because of rain on Tuesday, said he would not have been able to go to four sets.
"By the end of the third set, I couldn't serve. It (the injury) worried me most when I had to serve," he said.
Third-seeded Nystrom, who was left out of the Swedish Davis Cup team named yesterday for the final against the United States this month, was another fourth-round casualty.
He was removed 7-6, 6-3, 6-7, 7-5 by unseeded American Ben Testerman, who will meet West German teenager Boris Becker in the quarter-final round.
Local hopeful Cash, seeded fifth, failed to upset the seedings in his quarter-final match against South African-born Johan Kriek of the United States, the number four and the main threat to second - seeded Swede Wilander.
Lendle throughout used the end changes to replace his bandages, Curren complained about the extra time taken by his opponent and Grand Prix supervisor Bill Gilmour and tournament referee Peter Bellenger were called on court several times.
Lendl pulled the stomach muscles during a tournament in the US and the injury recurred during the International Challenge tournament in Canberra and again on Tuesday.
A sports medical specialist was yesterday flying from the capital to treat the problem.
2. Translate from English into Russian.
Ankle hold, assailant, sword, spikes, tackle, springboard, sledge, puck, pole, relay race, grip, entry, fencer, foil, expulsion, fancy, dummy, concede goal, billiard cue, attempt, lifter, hurdle-race, haversack, judge, jab, knight, kayak, lady's single, lift-off, rook.
3. Translate from Russian into English.
Табло на стадионе; черта, отмечающая старт; короткая клюшка; толкание ядра; центровой; фехтование; гетры; рывок; скакалка;
жеребьевка; гребец; секундант; попытка; гиря; перерыв (в игре); подножка; спортивная ходьба; выигрыш; апперкот; батут;
спортивная борьба; яхта; атлет; ловкость; крепкий; арбитр; боксерские перчатки; претендент; свисток, контрольная работа по английскому языку на тему спорта.
4. Match the following words.
1. warning a) разыгрывать ворота (футбол)
2. wheel b) прыгун с шестом
3. thews с) нижняя боковая подача
4. up-and-coming player d) второе дыхание
5. win by O.K. e) велосипед
6. vaulter f) дисквалификация
7. tumble turn g) предупреждение
8. suspension h) выйти на поле
9. toss i) пассивность
10. wing j) удаление
11. reserve k) победа нокаутом
12. second wind l) мускульная сила
13. take the field m) перспективный игрок
14. run cross-country n) крайний нападающий
15. sending-off o) удар по мячу сверху вниз
16. smash p) поворот полусальто
17. puck q) груша
18. punching-ball r) бежать кросс
19. stalling s) шайба
20. windmill service t) запасной игрок
5. One sentence has a mistake. Choose the correct sentence.
Put V or X.
Example: He's doctor. X
He's a doctor. V
1. The goods was not delivered in time.
2. The goods were not delivered in time.
3. She told me a lot of gossip about all her relations
4. She told me gossips about all her relations
5. I rarely make more than three mistakes in an essay.
6. I rarely do more than three mistakes in an essay.
7. I felt very cold when I went out of the room.
8. I felt very cold when I went out the room.
9. I turned on the radio but there was no noise.
10. I turned on the radio but there was no sound.
11. No matter how hard he tries, he never succeeds in passing.
12. No matter he tries hard, he never succeeds in passing.
13. According to me, we should spend more money on education.
14. In my opinion, we should spend more money on education.
15. I hope you all have a enjoyable stay.
16. I hope you all have an enjoyable stay.
17. My husband is doing a MSc in civil engineering.
18. My husband is doing an MSc in civil engineering.
19. Sometimes it is difficult to live an honest life.
20. Sometimes it is difficult to live a honest life.
6. Translate from English into Russian.
The Olympic Games have a very long history. They began in 777 BC in Greece and took place every four years for nearly twelve centuries at Olympia. They included many different kinds of sports: running, boxing, wrestling, etc. All the cities in Greece sent their best athletes to Olympia to compete in the Games. For the period of the Games all the wars stopped. So the Olympic Games became the symbol of peace and friendship.
In 394 AD the Games were abolished and were not renewed until many centuries later.
In 1894, a Frenchman, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, addressed all the sports governing bodies and pointed out the significance of sports and its educational value.
Two years later the first modern Olympic Games took place. Of course, the competitions were held in Greece to symbolize the continuation of the centuries-old tradition.
In 1896 the International Olympic Committee was set up. It is the central policy-making body of the Olympic movement. It is formed by the representatives of all countries which take part in the Olympic Games. The International Olympic Committee decides upon the programme of the games, the number of the participants and the city-host for the Games. Over one hundred and fifty countries are represented in the International Olympic Committee now. Besides, each country has its National Olympic Committee.
Summer and Winter Games are held separately. There are always several cities wishing to host the Games. The most suitable is selected by the International Committee. After that the city of the Games starts preparations for the competitions, constructs new sports facilities, stadiums, hotels, press centres. Thousands of athletes, journalists and guests come to the Games, and it takes great efforts to arrange everything. There is always an interesting cultural programme of concerts, exhibitions, festivals, etc., for each Games.
Russia joined the Olympic movement in 1952. Since then it has won a lot of gold, silver, and bronze medals. In 1980 Moscow hosted the Twenty-Second Olympic Games.
The latest Olympic Games were held in Barcelona. Russian sportsmen got medals for their records in many sports events.
7. Put questions to the missing parts of the following sentences.
1. They are having an ... lesson.
2. ... is teaching them English.
3. He is teaching ... English.
4. The teacher is writing ... on the blackboard.
5. He is writing with ... .
6. The students are ... .
7. They are looking at ... .
8. The teacher is speaking ... .
9. He is speaking to ... .
10. The students are listening to ... .
11. ... are going to the blackboard.
12. They are going to ... .
13. ... are falling from the branches on the ground.
14. We can see ... birds flying high in the air.
15. The birds are flying to ... .
16. ...are running about in the garden.
17. ... people are walking down the road.
18. ... is carrying a large bag.
19. She is carrying ... bag.
20. She is carrying ... exercise-books in her bag.
8. Translate into Russian.
1. We can see a lot of yellow leaves falling from the branches on to the ground.
2. We can see many birds flying high in the air.
3. There we can see three or four children playing with a ball.
4. The old man and the young woman sitting on the bench are teachers.
5. Now we can hear the young woman speaking English.
6. Whom can we see running about in the garden?
9. Translate into English.
1. У них сейчас собрание.
2. На каком языке он говорит? Он умеет выполнять контрольные работы?
3. Вы изучаете английский или немецкий язык?
4. Она обучает его английскому языку.
5. Они слушают своего учителя по английскому языку.
6. Она в своей комнате слушает радио.
7. Вы идете в институт?
8. Куда вы идете? - Я иду в библиотеку, выполнять контрольную работу по английскому языку.
9. Ольга выходит из библиотеки. Она показывает нам новую книгу на английском языке.
10.Светит солнце. У меня хорошее настроение. Все хорошо.
11. Кто тот молодой человек, который стоит у окна?
10. Change the verbs in the following sentences into the Present Perfect.
1. I am eating my breakfast.
2. We are drinking water.
3. He is brining them some meat and vegetables.
4. You are putting the dishes on the table.
5. They are having tea.
6. She is taking the dirty plates from the table.
11. Put questions to the missing parts of the following sentences.
1. The man is eating ... .
2. ... is sitting opposite him.
3. The boy has eaten ... .
4. ... has eaten his becon and eggs.
5. The girl is having her tea with ... .
6. The young man has already ... .
7. ... friend is still eating something.
8. The waiter has put ... in front of him.
9. He has brought this for ... .
10. The man is standing near ... .
11. He is waiting for ... .
12. Translate into Russian.
1. The boy sitting opposite him has already eaten his breakfast.
2. Now we can see the old woman drinking her glass of mineral water.
3. The waitress is bringing coffee to a woman and two men sitting in the corner talking.
4. The man standing near the window has not yet had his breakfast.
13. Make these sentences negative.
1. We study French.
2. You teach us French.
3. I can speak French.
4. I am going to say something about it.
5. They have an English lesson every day.
6. They have some pictures in their class-room.
7. There are some pictures in their class-room.
8. There are some mistakes in your homework.
9. You have made some mistakes.
10. They make mistakes.
11. We have to make reports on our home reading every week.
12. I always do my lessons in the evenings.
13. I work late in the evening.
14. We must go there every day.
15. They come here every morning.
14. Make these sentences interrogative.
1. They know English well.
2. You want to speak English well.
3. You can speak French.
4. I am teaching them French.
5. You have got some French books.
6. There are some good dictionaries there.
7. They have an English lesson every day.
8. I have made several mistakes in my homework.
9. They have to make reports on their home reading every month.
10. We must go there early in the morning.
11. They go to the library every morning.
12. I come here every day.
15. Put questions to the missing parts of the following sentences.
1. They know ... .
2. We read ... books.
3. They speak Russian ... .
4. In the morning they ... .
5. We go to the Institute ... .
6. Now we are going to ... .
7. We speak ... at our English lessons.
8. I give lessons to ... .
9. I teach them ... .
10. They have learnt ... English words already.
11. We have had ... lessons today.
12. I do my lessons ... .
13. I do not understand him because ... .
14. We have to make reports on ... .
15. We have ... work to do.
16. I come home at ... .
17. We have our dinner ... .
18. They go there ... a year.
19. Then I go ... .
20. They must ... .
16. Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form.
1. They (to study) well and never (to miss) their lessons.
2. I (to be) ill this week and (to miss) two lessons.
3. They always (to learn) their lessons in the morning.
4. I already (to learn) my lessons and I can (to go) to the cinema now.
5. They just (to pass) all their examinations and (to go) to the students' rest-home.
6. We generally (to take) an examination in English in summer.
7. After lunch they often (to go) into the garden and (to stay) there till 2 o'clock.
8. In the afternoon they all (to work) in the laboratory.
9. Now they all (to work) in the laboratory.
10. We just (to have) a short rest and (to be ready) to do some more work in the lab.
17. One sentence has a mistake. Choose the correct sentence.
Put V or X.
Example: He's doctor. X
He's a doctor. V
1. It looked very fragile and so I handled it like china.
2. It looked very fragile and so I handled it as china.
3. He started to cry as a hungry baby.
4. He started to cry like a hungry baby.
5. I prefer eating fresh things as tomatoes and lettuce.
6. I prefer eating fresh things like tomatoes and lettuce.
7. I prefer eating fresh things such as tomatoes and lettuce.
8. As I decided to learn English, I didn't know how difficult it would be.
9. When I decided to learn English, I didn't know how difficult it would be.
10. That night he thought there was nothing better as to be home again.
11. That night he thought there was nothing better than to be home again.
12. As I know you are interested in ballet, I decided to write to you about the performance.
13. As I know you are interested in ballet, that's why I decided to write to you about the performance.
14. As I can remember, I left the coat in the cupboard in my room.
15. As far as I can remember, I left the coat in the cupboard in my room.
16. I always feel embarrassed when I have to speak in public.
17. I always feel ashamed when I have to speak in public.
18. He asked her for a glass of water.
19. He asked her a glass of water.
20. I asked to the man if he knew the way to the airport.
21. I asked the man if he knew the way to the airport.
22. He asked for watching television.
23. He asked if he could watch television.
24.She asked me what the time was.
25.She asked me what was the time.
18. Fill in each space with 'beside' or 'besides'.
1. After the party there were games ... singing and dancing.
2. It's raining, ... I am too tired to go out for a walk.
3. The lorry stopped ... the ditch.
4. Keep close ... your brother when you cross the road.
5. ... the big ships there was no end of small fishing boats in the harbour.
6. I sat right in front ... the driver.
7. What attracts people to the coast of the Black Sea ... the climate?
8. There were cakes, coffee and tea ... sandwiches in the teashop.
19. Put into Indirect Speech.
1. (Mr. Brown said) "The boys may come any time tomorrow."
2. (Mary wondered) "Why didn't they write proper letters instead of so many picture postcards?"
3. (Mr. Brown suggested) "Why not start with Land's End?"
4. (Jack explained) "We had to book seats several days ahead. The place was full of tourists."
5. (Mr. Brown asked the boys) "Never mind the cakes. Tell us about Land's End."
6. (Mr. Brown wanted to know) "Did you go through St. Ives on your way to Land's End?"
7. (Jack reminded George) "You're forgetting the narrow old fashioned streets and that ancient church."
8. (George asked Jack) "Was it on the way back?"
9. (Mr. Brown asked) "Can't we see the presents later?"
20. Use the correct form (Infinitive with or without "to", Gerund or Participle) of the verbs in brackets.
1. I hate (borrow) money, I prefer (lend) money.
2. We were all disappointed at the performance (be postponed).
3. Chalmers avoided (lend) money to Tripp.
4. Every evening he used (sit) in the parlour (read) his newspaper.
5. Chalmers couldn't help (feel) awkward when he was introduced to Ada.
6. It's no use (try) (persuade) him.
7. You ought to be ashamed of (behave) like this.
8. You had better (fix) some other day for your visit.
9. Would you mind (make) inquiries for me about the time of the train to London?
10. The landlady insisted on Ada (pay) a dollar for (stay) a few hours in the boarding-house.
11. To Tripp's disappointment the reporter said the stuff was not worth (put) in a story.
12. His sense of duty made him (help) Ada (get) back home.
13. Can you manage (finish) (pack) the suitcases alone?
14. I love (watch) people (play) basketball.
15. I am looking forward to (see) you next week.
16. I tried (amuse) the baby to keep it from (cry).
17. I am amazed at you (refuse) to help us. What made you (do) it?
21.Write these sentences, using "I wish" instead of "It's a pity". Make all the necessary changes. Translate.
Example: It's a pity I am so busy today.
I wish I were not so busy today.
1. It's a pity I have no one to advise me what to do under the circumstances.
2. It's a pity we cannot book seats a week ahead.
3. It's a pity there is no inquiry office near by.
4. It's a pity we have to postpone our tour.
5. It's a pity you don't know the language well enough to understand the author's sense of humour.
6. It's a pity he is not in town at present.
7. It's a pity you are not acquainted with this charming person.
22. Write these sentences, using "I wish" instead of "I regret" or "I am sorry". Make all the necessary changes.
Example: I am sorry I did not go to the concert last night.
I wish I had gone to the concert last night.
1. I am sorry I ever tasted this stuff, I feel quite sick now.
2. I am sorry I lent Aleck my bicycle, he has not returned it.
3. The boat was carried away. I am sorry I did not fasten it to the tree.
4. I regret I ever suggested this idea.
5. I am sorry I could not persuade her to join us.
6. I regret I mentioned the subject; It made everybody feel so awkward.
7. I am sorry the performance was so disappointing.
8. I am sorry I had no chance to introduce you to my sister.
23. Supply the correct form of the verbs in brackets
1. I wish I (know) all the circumstances.
2. I wish I (not eat) so much ice-cream; I have a stomachache.
3. I wish I (be) at yesterday's performance. It must have been very interesting.
4. Don't you wish you (come) earlier?
5. The unfortunate sailor wished he (not set) foot on board the brig.
6. I wish I (consult) the doctor when I first felt the pain.
7. Ada wished she (be) back home instead of walking about the city.
8. I hate the cold, I wish it (be) warm and sunny all the year round.
9. Tripp wished he (have) two dollars to buy Ada a ticket.
10. I wish I (not have) to get up early every day.
24. Rewrite these sentences to show unreal condition.
1. If it is not too cold, I shall go for a bathe.
2. If no one comes, we shall be obliged to postpone our trip.
3. If you have the scissors sharpened, they will cut better.
4. What shall we do if a storm breaks out?
5. Will you be very disappointed if we don't come?
6. Will he be angry if I disturb him?
7. They will all laugh if I propose such a thing.
8. If the tide comes in, shall we have to climb to the top of the cliff?
25. Supply the correct forms of the verbs in brackets.
1. If it (rain), we shall be obliged to look for shelter.
2. If I (not work) so hard, I should never make progress.
3. I (finish) the whole job in no time if you did not disturb me.
4. If we had enough petrol, we (can) cover another hundred miles today.
5. If men (have) no radio, would space flights be possible?
6. You will never succeed if you (have) no confidence in yourself.
7. If there (be) some tools handy, I should easily repair this bicycle of yours.
8. If it (be) not such a rare old book, I should gladly lend it to you.
9. If anything happens, I (be blamed)