English, version 2 (Tallinn)

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1. Rewrite the following sentences, underline in each predicate verb and determine its species-temporal form and deposit. Turn suggestions on Russian language
1. Today scientists are still looking for the substance as a source of energy.
2. Could you speak English a year ago?
3. The Mendeleyev system has served for almost 100 years as a key to discovering new elements.

II. Rewrite and translate the written proposals for the Russian language, paying attention to the translation of indefinite and negative pronouns
1. Some 350 people attend a yachting school in Tallinn.
2. Does he know any foreign language?
3. Any exhibit of this museum is valuable.

III. Rewrite the following sentence; podcherkni¬te in each of the modal verb or its equivalent. Turn suggestions on Russian language
1. Energy can exist in many forms and each form can be transformed into the other.
2. The computers should become an integral part of the organization of industrial processes of all types.
3. These metal parts had to be subjected to X-ray examination.
4. The chemists may use the reactor to analyse various substances for their exact composition.

IV. Turn suggestions on the Russian language, paying attention to the different meanings of the word IT
1. The main building was completed in 1985. It houses the library.
2. It is necessary for all the students to know the fundamental laws of mechanics
3. It often rains in autumn and snows in winter.
4. It is necessary to find new sources of cheap energy.

V. Read and orally transferred from the 1st to the 3rd paragraph of text TALLINN. Rewrite and translate the writing of the 1st and 2nd paragraphs
1. Tallinn is the capital of Estonia. It is an industrial town. Half of all the industrial products of the Republic comes fr om Tallinn's enterprises. They produce a great variety of articles such as electric motors, electrotechnical equipment, furniture, skis, toys, fabrics, perfumes, drugs, sweets, tinned foods, etc. The industrial output of Tallinn's enterprises increases steadily. This increase is the result of high labour productivity due to mechanization, au¬tomation and the application of modern technology.
2. Tallinn is an old city. It retains many features of its architecture and landscape and its cosy atmosphere. The streets of the Old Town are very narrow, the buildings are ancient, many of them date back to the 15th century. Nowadays they have all mod¬ern conveniencies and house museums, theatres, shops and restaurants. The Old Town is the seat of the Republic's government, several Ministries and the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences. The area of \u200b\u200bthe Old Town makes up less than one per cent of Tallinn's territory.
3. Thousands of Tallinn's residents live in new districts. Each of them has attractions of its own: one district borders on thick pine groves, another faces a lake, a third offers a magnificent view on the Gulf of Finland. The district of Mustamae is one of the youngest in the city. Almost a quarter of Tallinn's population resides in the district. At Mustamae there are two institutes: the Tallinn Polytechnical Institute and the Chemistry Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonia. There are also numerous schoolhouses, kindergartens and service centres there.
4. Tallinn has Europe's Gold Medal for preservation of architectural relics. Perhaps no other city of Northern Europe preserves the beauty of its past so lovingly. With its charming mixture of the old and the new Tallinn creates an unforgettable impression.

VI. Read the 4th paragraph and reply in writing to a question:
Why does Tallinn create an unforgettable impression?

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