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Option 2
I. Rewrite and translate the written proposals for the Russian language. Insert the desired article is: a) a; b) an; c) the; d) -.
1. ... second largest stock exchange in ... USA is American Stock Exchange.
2. ... iron is bread of ... industry; nickel is ... meat.
3. It gave me ... intense satisfaction that all enjoyed my article.
4. He was ... bachelor with ... small income.

II. Rewrite and translate the written proposals for the Russian language. Fill in the blanks indefinite pronouns or pro-water: a) some; b) any; c) no; d) derivatives thereof.
1. Is there ... money in your savings account? - No, there is not ....
2. It meant real hardship to my mother unless I earned ... money at once.
3. This is my business and ... else's.
4. I can not fetch you because I ... longer have my car. I am selling it tomorrow.

III. Rewrite and translate the written proposals for the Russian language. Fill in the blanks with the following words: a) much; b) many;
c) (a) little; d) (a) few
1. It takes one ... money to join a credit union.
2. I suggested that he should get ... grapes and ... bread.
3. I'll come at 7 tomorrow. - No, you need not come that early, we start ... later.
4. ... big firms obtain funds by selling commercial paper.

IV. Rewrite and translate the written proposals for the Russian language. Choose a form of the verb.
1. At present we ... a new sales director.
2. In recent years the government ... financial assistance towards the costs of developments in micro-electronics, office automation,
3.I ... all this typing by 5 pm
4. The classical economists ... money as more than a medium of exchange.

V. Copy and writing proposals translate into Russian. Choose the correct form of the verb in the passive voice.
1. At this stage the raw materials ... into this container.
a) was loaded b) were loaded
c) is loaded d) are loaded
2. The management knew what prices ... for the commodity in every part of the market.
a) was being asked b) were being asked
c) is being asked d) are being asked
3. You may come at five o'clock; the accounts ....
a) is checked b) are checked
c) would checked d) will be checked
4. This question ... at the last meeting and no conclusion was reached them.
a) was raised b) were raised
c) is raised d) are raised

VII. Rewrite and translate the written proposals for the Russian language. Consume complex supplement.
1. If the price of butter fell, the demand for margarine probably ...
a) will fall b) would fall
c) fall d) fell
2. If you hire anyone, you will, of course, need to pay a salary, and if you ... your business to expand, you will need capital for research, growth, and expansion.
a) want b) wants
c) wanted d) to want
3. If demand .... inelastic, the movement of the supply curve would lead to a relatively large fall in price and a relatively small increase in the quantity demanded.
a) was b) were
c) be d) will be
4. If I ... that I would not have said anything.

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VII. Rewrite and translate the written proposals for the Russian language. Consume complex supplement.
1. He made his bookkeeper ... a lawyer.
a) consult b) consults
c) consulted d) will consult
2. I know advertising to turn a poor product or service into a good one.
a) turn b) turned
c) to turn d) to be turn
3. I must have these shoes ....
a) mend b) mends
c) mended d) will mend
4. I'd like them ... a single room with private bathroom for three nights.
a) book b) books
c) to book d) booked

VIII. Rewrite and translate the written proposals for the Russian language. Consume complex subject.
1. The new rocket is reported to be gone into operation next year.
It is reported that the new missile launch into operation next year.
a) go b) goes
c) to go d) to be gone
2. He is said to be a good translator.
They say that he is a good translator.
a) am b) is
c) are d) to be
3. The weather in Europe was reported to have been hot last summer.
It was reported that the weather in Europe was hot last summer.
a) to have been b) has been
c) have been d) had been
4. They appeared to have lost the way.
It turned out that they were lost.
a) has lost b) have lost
c) to have lost d) had lost

IX. Rewrite and translate the written proposals for the Russian language. Fill in the blanks modal verbs or their equivalents.
1. You ... have got this book from our library if you had gone there yesterday.
2. We ... not carry the bookcase upstairs ourselves: the workers will come and do it.
3. You ... laugh at him when he picks up bad words.
4. I am sure he ... translate that article tomorrow.

X. Copy and writing proposals translate from Russian to English.
1. Shareholders are more interested in increasing the size of dividends than the most profit.
2. It is unlikely that the company now existed for one purpose only - to get as much profit.
3. The challenges facing the manager, is highly complex and interrelated.
4. Survival - without a doubt the dominant challenge for any organization.

XI. Read the text. Writing translate paragraphs 1 and 4
How funds flow through a business
1. Basically, money or funds go into purchasing assets, paying operating expenses and producing income. The operating expenses include the cost of materials and supplies. The manufacturer also must pay employee wages, rent or mortgage, insurance premiums and utility bills.
2. Some very small firms operate on a cash basis. They neither obtain credit nor borrow money. Other firms extend their resources through the use of credit. The owner of the firm invests some of his own money and has a lot more of other people's.
3. The business use money to buy assets like land, buildings and furnishings, and tools, machines, and equipment. The manufacturer sometimes buys them with mortgage loans which he secures by the building or the equipment itself. In other words, the bank or insurance company really owns the property until the manufacturer has paid the mortgage in full. The use or debt, or credit, increases both the assets and the income of the purchaser. The use of borrowed money to make more money is called leverage.
4. If the manufacturer is sure that cash will be available at any time, he will need no cash reserve. But this rarely happens. Instead he always needs a reserve supply of cash on hand. And this poses a problem for management. Idle cash earns no profit and declines in value because of inflation. Cash is used to produce income. If a manager has some idle cash, he will put it into financial institutions to draw interest ....

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