The Faculty of Law of the Cambridge University (Var 1)

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1. The University of Cambridge has attracted many of the best minds since 1209, when a group of scholars left Oxford to set up a new institution in Cambridge. It's one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. Today the University has grown to around 17,500 students (7,000 of whom are graduate students), and 3,000 teaching and administrative staff. Fifty per cent of the graduate students come from overseas, and well over a third are women. The University and its Colleges are now spread throughout the city. The College system of the University gives a student an environment in which one can meet people from other disciplines and participate in a wide variety of cultural, sporting and social activities. The contact with College staff and fellow students provides an excellent opportunity for broadening students' interests and horizons, getting involved in University life, and making new friends.
5. The new building of the Law Faculty was opened in 1995. It brings together on one site the Squire Law Library that contains one of the largest legal collections in the UK, the Faculty's lecture and seminar rooms and the administrative offices. It has increased the space for readers of the library and it also provides a focus for Faculty activities, such as formal meetings, informal gatherings, and moots. A new building for the Institute of Criminology was completed in the summer of 2005.
8. The famous Cambridge University Law Society is open to all members of the University, and especially to all law students. The Society, whose principal officers are themselves law students, meets weekly during term to hear guest speakers (including judges, political figures and visiting scholars). Barristers 'and solicitors' evenings are organized so that students can meet members of the legal profession informally. The Society also organizes moots, which are imaginary cases designed to provide elementary practice in advocacy.

Task 1. Find the text and write English equivalents of the following phrases:
The teaching staff and administrative staff;
university system, consisting of the colleges; the faculty of the College; fellow students;
right; the most important things; Roman law; canon law;
a bachelor's degree; law of the European Communities; public and private law; philosophy of law; international law; comparative law; history of law; the national economy; students;
graduate students; graduates; legal scholar; a practicing lawyer, a lawyer;
moot court; Research center;
within the educational program SOCRATES / ERASMUS; academic mobility; law student; barrister (lawyer has the right to speak in higher courts); Solicitor, Solicitor.

Task 2. Rewrite and translate groups of words, paying attention to the derivation.
judicial, judiciary, judge;
jurist, jurisprudence;
graduate, undergraduate;
formal, informal, informally.

Task 3. Write out the words from the text of the following suffixes: -tion, -ous, -ive, -y, - ment, -al, -ty, -or, -ly, - er, -an, -ence, -dom, -ent, -ic, -sion, -ance, - ing, -ary. Determine which part of speech are these words and translate them into Russian.
Example: institution (n.) - An educational institution.

Task 4. Write down the text of all plural nouns, write them in the singular, and translated into Russian.
Example: universities - an university (University).

Task 5. Rewrite and translate phrases paying attention to the way the transfer possessive constructions with the preposition of («noun of a noun") and a noun in the possessive case.

Task 6. Rewrite and translate phrases paying attention to the way the translation of the noun

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Task 7. Write down all of the text cardinal numbers in words and write them in figures.

Task 8. Write down the text of all cardinal numbers expressed in figures, and write them in words.

Task 9. Write down the text adjectives in positive degree (Positive Degree), which is formed by the comparative (Comparative Degree) and excellent (Superlative Degree) degrees of comparison. Turn them into Russian.

Task 10. Rewrite the proposals they emphasize the verb "to be" and determine its function (meaning the verb, the verb-copula, auxiliary verb, modal verb). Turn suggestions on the Russian language.
1. The Faculty of Canon Law was closed in 1535.
2. The core subjects of legal study in all European universities at that time were the Roman law and the Canon law of the Church.
a total of 6 offers

Task 11. Put the verbs in the following combinations of all time form groups Simple, Progressive, Perfect. Put the combination into Russian.
The College provides, they collaborate, a student meets, they become.

Task 12. Rewrite the proposals emphasize the verb (predicate), determine its (their) species-temporal form. Turn suggestions on the Russian language.
1. In 1540 King Henry VIII appointed the first Professor of Civil Law.
2. Examinations in law for the Bachelor's Degree began in 1858.
3. Since then the Faculty has grown steadily in size and in the range of its interests.
just 10 proposals

Task 13. Find the text and write in Russian answers to the following questions.
1. When the University of Cambridge began to teach and study law?
2. What can you say about the history of the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge?
3. What is the size of the faculty of the Faculty of Law at the present time?
4. What branch of law are taught and studied at the Faculty?
5. How many students and post-graduate studies at the Faculty of Law at the present time?
6. What can you say about the graduates of the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge?
7. List the research centers of the Faculty.
8. What kind of activity is carried out in the Law Faculty of the educational program SOCRATES / ERASMUS?

Setting 14. Set the writing of the 1st, 5th and 8th paragraphs of text.


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