Examination of English №5, option 2

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3 5 Semester Course
Examination №5
Option 2
1. Underline the infinitive and translate the sentences into Russian.
Emphasize the infinitive and translate proposals into Russian.
1. I would like to see this witness again.
2. At the College we are also taught to find evidence.
3. I entered Law Institute to become a lawyer.
4. The girl was quite young when both her parents died and she remained alone with younger brothers to take care of.
5. Here are some tablets to relieve your headache.
6. I would like to speak to you.

2. Translate the following sentences into English using Complex Object.
Translate the following sentences using complex addition.
1. They forced him to pay ransom.
2. We have often seen how they work in the reading room.
3. A police officer saw the fleeing criminal.
4. I want to write a letter today.
5. I do not think he's an honest man.
6. I saw them walking down the street together.

3. Encircle the Participles, mark the Present Participle with "Pres." And Past Participle with "Past" and translate the sentences into Russian.
Note sentences containing present participle word "Pres.", And offers containing past participle word "Past".
1. They promised to compensate for all the expenses incurred.
2. The article being interesting and important I used in my report.
3. The coat bought last year is too small for me now.
4. Freedom of speech and demonstration was reported being violated.
5. Taking the dictionary, he began to translate the text.
6. This is a church built many years ago.

4. Choose the correct form of the Participle.
Choose the correct form of the sacrament.
1. Translate the words (writing, written) on the blackboard.
2. We could not see the sun (covering, covered) by dark clouds.
3. (Going, gone) alone on the street, I met Mary and Ann.
4. Yesterday we were at a conference (organizing, organized) by the students of our group.
5. It was not easy to find the (losing, lost) stamp.
6. "How do you like the film?" He asked (turning, turned) towards me.

5. Underline the Gerund and translate the sentences into Russian.
Emphasize the gerund and translate proposals into Russian.
1. The criminal should have no hope of getting away with his crime and consequently of going punished.
2. The problem may be summarized by saying, that a criminal offence against any private right is punished by the state.
3. A person arrested at a crime scene for having committed an offence must be brought before a magistrate within a limited period of time.
4. The principal responsibility of the central government for preserving law and order throughout GB is reflected in the police powers vested by Parliament in the Home secretary.
5. Instead of being placed in jail the accused was released on bail.
6. The witness insisted on having seen the criminal quite clearly.

6. Use Infinitive or Gerund.
Used the infinitive or gerund.
1. If the arrest is made as a result of (to observe, observing) a law violations, an investigation is conducted to determine whether or not a crime was committed.
2. Mobility has given people the opportunity (to commit, committing) crimes far away from home.
3. I suggest (to see, seeing) this film.
4. I could not help (to smile, smiling)

Additional information

7. Read and translate the film in written form.
Read and translate the text in writing.
The Capitol
The Capitol is the seat of the US Congress. Building of the Capitol in Washington, DC, was begun in 1793. Its cornerstone was laid by the President amid great pomp. Music sounded and artillery fired salutes as George Washington declared the stone "well and truly laid".
In 1800 the building was partly completed, and Congress, removing from Philadelphia, met here, for the first time in the new capital. Here the manifold political forces affecting the destinies of the land met in dramatic conflicts.
The Capitol Building dominates all Washington. It stands on the crest of a hill rising above the Potomac River. The site was chosen by Pierre L'Enfant when he sought to lay out the capital. The Capitol consists of a central building crowned by a great dome and connected at each end by galleries with a large wing. The north wing contains the Senate Chamber, and the south wing - the House of Representatives.
The great central dome appears too heavy for the low facade. Topping the dome is the 19-foot bronze statue of Freedom by Thomas Crawford. She watches, calm and unruffled, over all the things that are done in her name in the building below. The 36 columns, which surround the lower part of the dome, represent the states of the Union at the time this impressive structure was designed. Beneath the dome is a monumental hall called the Rotunda, decorated with works of art relating to American history.
Both chambers of the Congress are open to public, they have visitors' galleries, there is a special gallery for foreign diplomats. Special places are set aside for press, radio and TV representatives. Inside the Capitol, among the most precious relics of the past, the original of the Declaration of Independence may be seen. The names of those who had signed it are hardly visible except John Hancock's bold signature, written so that the King of England might read it without his spectacles.
Inaugurations of president and vice-presidents are held in front of the Capitol.

8. Answer the questions in written form.
Answer the questions in writing.
1. When was the building begun?
2. Where is the Capitol situated?
3. What parts does the Capitol consist of?
4. What do 36 columns represent?
5. Which chamber of Congress is open to public?
6. Where are the inaugurations of president held?

9. Put types of questions to the sentences.
Put all types of questions to the following suggestions. Indicate the type of question.
1. The Capitol Building dominates all Washington.
2. Special places are set aside for press, radio and TV representatives.


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