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Task 3. Put at least five questions to the given text in the Task 1. Task 4. Open the brackets using Present Continuous or в Present Simple.:



 

Task 4. Open the brackets using Present Continuous or в Present Simple.:

1. We (not to dance) every day.

2. Look! Kate (to dance).

3. Kate (to sing) well?

4. Where he (to go) in the morning?

5. He (not to sleep) after dinner..

 

Task 5. To make up at least three sentences using the words from the Task 2.

 

 

Report

A report or account is any informational work (usually of writing, speech, television, or film) made with the specific intention of relaying information or recounting certain events in a widely presentable form.

Written reports are documents which present focused, salient content to a specific audience. Reports are often used to display the result of an experiment, investigation, or inquiry. The audience may be public or private, an individual or the public in general. Reports are used in government, business, education, science, and other fields.

Reports use features such as graphics, images, voice, or specialized vocabulary in order to persuade that specific audience to undertake an action. One of the most common formats for presenting reports is IMRAD: Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion. This structure is standard for the genre because it mirrors the traditional publication of scientific research and summons the ethos and credibility of that discipline. Reports are not required to follow this pattern, and may use alternative patterns like the problem-solution format.

Additional elements often used to persuade readers include: headings to indicate topics, to more complex formats including charts, tables, figures, pictures, tables of contents, abstracts, and nouns summaries, appendices, footnotes, hyperlinks, and references.

Variant 8

Task 1. Translate the text “Market”

Task 2. Translate the words into English:


- needs

- specificity

- stuff

- report

- official trip

- conclusion

- purchases

- to be appointed


Task 3. Put at least five questions to the given text in the Task 1.

 

Task 4. Open the brackets using Present Continuous or в Present Simple.:

1. My granny (to sleep) after din­ner.

2. When you (to sleep)?

3. Nina (not to sleep) now.

4. Where John (to live)? - He (to live) in England.

5. He (to work) every day.

 

Task 5. To make up at least three sentences using the words from the Task 2.

 

Market

The term “market”, as used by economists, is an extension of the ancient idea of a market as a place where people gather to buy and sell goods. In former days part of a town was kept as the market or marketplace, and people would travel many kilometres on special market-days in order to buy and sell various commodities. Today, however, markets such as the world sugar market, the gold market and the cotton market do not need to have any fixed geographical location. Such a market is simply a set of conditions permitting buyers and sellers to work together.

In a free market, competition takes place among sellers of the same commodity, and among those who wish to buy that commodity. Such competition influences the prices prevailing in the market. Prices inevitably fluctuate, and such fluctuations are also affected by current supply and demand.

Whenever people who are willing to sell a commodity contact people who are willing to buy it, a market for that commodity is created. Buyers and sellers may meet in person, or they may communicate in some other way: by telephone or through their agents. In a perfect market, communications are easy, buyers and sellers are numerous and competition is completely free. In a perfect market there can be only one price for any given commodity: the lowest price which sellers will accept and the highest which consumers will pay. There are, however, no really perfect markets, and each commodity market is subject to special conditions. It can be said, however, that the price ruling in a market indicates the point where supply and demand meet.

Variant 9

Task 1. Translate the text “Price”

Task 2. Translate the words into English:


- market

- monopoly

- profitable

- to distribute

- labour

- wants

- price

- exchange


 




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