Английский язык методические указания и контрольные задания для студентов специальности 030501 "Юриспруденция" факультета заочного социально-экономического образования Мурманск 2010



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Контрольное задание № 3



Для того чтобы выполнить задание № 3, необходимо усвоить следующие разделы курса английского языка по рекомендованному учебнику:

  1. Пассивный залог (The Passive Voice) видовременных форм Indefinite, Continuous, Perfect.

  2. Косвенная речь.

  3. Простые неличные формы глагола: Participle I, Participle II в функциях определения и обстоятельства. Gerund – герундий, его формы.

  4. Причастие (Participle I, II).


Вариант 1
1. Translate the text, find and write down the equivalents to the words:

подать иск; суды штатов; подпадать под юрисдикцию; судебное разбирательство; низшие суды; ярус; рассматривать дело; подавляющее большинство; окружные суды; исключение; суд последней инстанции; сосуществовать; Верховный суд; разрешить дело в судебном порядке; аппеляционные суды; частные лица.

THE COURT SYSTEM OF THE USA


The American court system is complex. It functions as part of the federal system of government. Each state runs its own court system, and no two are identical. In addition, they have a system of courts for the national government. These federal courts coexist with the state courts.

Individuals fall under the jurisdiction of two different court systems, their states courts and federal courts. They can sue or be sued in either system, depending mostly on what their case is about. The vast majority of cases are resolved in the state courts.

The federal courts are organized in three tiers, like a pyramid. At the bottom of the pyramid are the US district courts, where litigation begins. In the middle are the US courts of appeals. At the top is the US Supreme Court. To appeal means to take a case to a higher court. The courts of appeals and the Supreme Court are appellate courts, with few exceptions, they review cases that have been decided in lower courts. Most federal courts hear and decide a wide array of cases; the judges in these courts are known as generalists.
2. Answer the questions to the text in exercise 1.

  1. Who is responsible for making laws in the US?

  2. Name American courts in the descending order.

  3. In what way are the federal courts organized?

  4. How are the judges of federal courts called?

  5. Where does litigation begin?



3. Change the sentences into Passive.

  1. Barristers represent clients in court.

  2. The Crown Court hears appeals from magistrates' courts.

  3. Coroners' courts investigate violent, sudden or unnatural deaths.

  4. A committee examines the bill in detail after the second reading.

  5. They have opened a new shop in our district.


  6. The president appoints US attorneys with the advice and consent of the Senate.

  7. Giuliani notched his briefcase with dozens of prosecutions of judges, organized crime figures.


4. Choose the most suitable word or phrase in brackets in each sentence.

  1. Sally didn't realize that she had (broken/ counted/ denied) the law.

  2. The police have (banned/ cancelled/ refused) parking in this street.

  3. I must remember to get (a/ an agreement/ licence/ permission) for my television.

  4. The president admitted that there had been a breakdown of law and (crime/ government/ order).

  5. Jim's parents wouldn't (agree/ allow/ let) him go to the demonstration.


5. Put can, may, must, have to, be able to or their negative forms in the blank spaces.

1) You … do whatever you want.

2) You've got a catching disease. You … stay in bed!

3) When I pass all my exams I … visit you more often.

4) … I have some cream with my tea?

5) People … wash their hands before meals.

6. Complete the reported sentences with the correct tenses.

1) 'I'm tired.' – She said she … tired.

2) 'You play very well.' – He told me I … very well.

3) 'Can you help us?' – They asked if I … help them.

4) 'We're leaving.' – They told us they … .

5) 'She hasn't brushed her hair.' – I noticed that she … her hair.

6) 'John's had an accident.' – Pam rang to say that John … an accident.

7) 'I left school at fifteen.' – Her letter said that she … school at fifteen.
7. Choose the appropriate form of the Participle for each sentence:

1) We climbed up the hill … now and then to take a breath.

a) stopping; b) being stopped

2) "Look here!" he exclaimed … to the corner of the room.

a) pointing; b) having pointed

3) … his boots, he put on slippers.

a) taking off; b) having taken off

4) … the sheet of paper she dropped it into the envelope.

a) folding; b) having folded

5) The article … in the magazine, a lot of people got a possibility to learn about the events it covered.

a) being published; b) having been published
8. Make all types of questions to each sentence (general, special, disjunctive, alternative).

1) A policeman was sent to investigate the disappearance of some property from a hotel.

2) All the teenagers from our street used to meet up at the coffee bar.
Вариант 2
1. Translate the text, find and write down the equivalents to the words:

справедливое исполнение законов; согласие; назначаемое лицо; отказываться; количество тяжб; могущественный; преследовать в судебном порядке; избираемая должность; скрывать политические цели; физическое лицо; начать карьеру.


US ATTORNEYS


The Justice Department is responsible for faithful execution of the laws under the president's authority. The main administrators of federal law enforcement are the ninety-four US attorneys, appointed by the president with the advice and consent of the Senate. Unlike federal judges, these appointees serve at the pleasure of the president and are expected to relinquish their positions when the reins of government change hands.

There is a US attorney in each federal judicial district. Their staffs of assistant attorneys vary in size with the amount of litigation in the district. US attorneys, appointed have considerable discretion, which makes them powerful political figures in any community. Their decision to prosecute or not affects the wealth, freedom, rights, and reputation of individuals and organizations in the district.

US attorneys are political appointees who often harbour political ambitions. Their position commands media attention and can serve political goals.
2. Answer the questions to the text in exercise 1.

  1. What is an attorney in the US?

  2. How is he appointed?

  3. When does an attorney resign?

  4. What does the number assistant attorneys in federal judicial districts depend on?

  5. What makes attorneys so important in American communities?


3. Change the sentences into Passive.

  1. Sir Robert Peel founded the British police force.

  2. Somebody will tell you where to go.

  3. Has anybody asked David?

  4. They paint the roof of my house every year.

  5. She doesn't send telegrams before every holiday.

  6. People didn't use this road very often.

  7. He was translating articles since 5 to 9.


4. Choose the most suitable word or phrase in brackets.

  1. Carlos was arrested because he had entered the country (falsely/ illegally/ wrongly).

  2. Talking to other students is against the (law/ orders/ rules) of the examination.

  3. The two men were arrested before they could (commit/ make/ perform) any more crimes.

  4. I had to take the company to (court/ justice/ law) to get the money they owed me.

  5. Smoking is (compulsory/ prohibited/ refused) near the petrol tanks.


5. Complete the sentences using could, can't, couldn't.

1) I had forgotten to bring my camera so I … take any photographs.

2) Can you speak up a bit? I … hear you very well.

3) My grandfather was a very clever man. He … speak five languages.

4) I'm afraid I … come to your party next week.

5) I was feeling sick yesterday. I … eat anything.
6. Complete the reported sentences with the correct tenses.

1) 'She won't say anything.' – I knew she … anything.

2) 'Nobody will know.' – I thought nobody … .

3) 'This letter has been opened.' – I could see that the letter … .

4) 'I'll see you tomorrow.' – She said she … me the next day.

5) 'Do you like it here?' – He asked if I … it there.

6) 'This meat tastes funny.' – She said that meat … funny.

7) 'I overslept this morning.' – She told him she … that morning.
7. Choose the appropriate form of the Participle for each sentence:

1) It's impossible to imagine Pete … as he has always been very optimistic.

a) disappointed; b) disappointing

2) The problem … at the moment requires a lot of attention.

a) discussed; b) being discussed

3) The sun …, we made our way home in the dark.

a) being set; b) having set

4) … on the computer he started to search the Internet for free computer games.

a) switching; having switched

5) … to know English better she spends several hours a day practicing it.

a) wishing; b) having wished
8. Make all types of questions to each sentence (general, special, disjunctive, alternative).

1) At the police station the boy couldn't give a satisfactory explanation for his actions.

2) In some countries military service is compulsory.
Вариант 3
1. Translate the text, find and write down the equivalents to the words:

тяжба; подтверждать; получить компенсацию за убытки; благотворительность; возместить деньги в судебном порядке; свидетельское заявление; слушание в Высоком Суде; публично отомстить; адвокат; уладить дело в частном порядке; давать свидетельские показания.

SPY PHOTO CASE


Princess Diana could spend a whole day in the witness box in her battle over peeping-tom photos, her lawyer confirmed last night. Di is determined to get public revenge and huge damages over sneakily-taken pictures of her exercising in a gym in a leotard.

Next February 13 has already been set as the date for the start of her High Court hearing against Mirror Group Newspapers and ex-gym boss Bryce Taylor. Di has given a witness statement and the case is expected to last a week.

Anthony Julius, head of litigation at her solicitors Mishcon de Reya, said it was possible she would give evidence for up to a day. Mr. Julius said: "The principle is that people who break confidences shouldn't profit from their bad behaviour."

Di has refused pleas to settle privately against New Zealander Mr. Taylor, who took the shots with a hidden camera, and Mirror Group Newspapers which published them. The Princess wants an order against Mr. Taylor and MGN for profits they made.

Mr. Julius said the profits could top one million pounds – and that the Princess may well decide to give any money she recovered to charity. Mr. Taylor's solicitor, Razi Mireskandari, said: "If she doesn't appear I would say her case is much weakened".

2. Answer the questions to the text in exercise 1.

  1. Why is Princess Diana determined to get public revenge and huge damages?

  2. Who does Di have her High Court hearing against?

  3. What has Di refused to do?

  4. How did Mr. Taylor take the shots?

  5. Who published the shots?



3. Change the sentences into Passive.

  1. The Government is building a lot of new schools in the provinces now.

  2. They publish a lot of books on information technology.

  3. A drunken motorist knocked her down.

  4. A suspect may give evidence in court.

  5. A policeman takes an arrested person to a police station as soon as practicable after arrest.

  6. The judge can reduce sentence for good behaviour.

  7. Princess Diana has given a witness statement.


4. Match each person in the list with the description given: shoplifter, kidnapper, murderer, hijacker, witness, smuggler.

  1. This person takes control of a plane or a boat by force. – …

  2. This person sees what happens during a crime or accident. – …

  3. This person brings goods into the country illegally. – …

  4. This person might steal food from a supermarket. – …

  5. This person kills someone on purpose. – …

  6. This person takes people and demands money for their return. – …


5. Complete the sentences using can, could, couldn't.

1) I looked everywhere for the book but I … find it.

2) Sue wasn't at home when I phoned but I … contact her at her office.

3) "You look tired." – "Yes, I … sleep last night."

4) "Are you in a hurry?" – "No, I've got plenty of time. I … wait."

5) My grandmother loved music. She … play the piano very well.
6. Change the following into indirect questions beginning with the words given.

1) Can I have some pocket money? – The boy asked…

2) Where were you born? – She asked him…

3) How far is the stadium? – He wanted to know…

4) Are you still living in London? – She asked…

5) Do you work in the central branch or in the provinces? – She asked him…

6) Who bought the Picasso painting? – He wondered…

7) Where did you get such a lovely pullover? – She asked her sister…
7. Choose the appropriate form of the Participle for each sentence.

1) … the room David saw two strange people talking to his mother.

a) having entered; b) having been entered

2) I hurt my leg while … in the yard.

a) playing; b) having played

3) … the steps she thought Harry was coming upstairs.

a) hearing; b) having heard

4) … the radio A.S. Popov became one of those people who helped to shape the world in the 20th century.

a) inventing; b) having invented

5) The new show … by a famous producer, everybody was eager to know what it would be like.

a) having been staged; b) being staged
8. Make all types of questions to each sentence (general, special, disjunctive, alternative).

1) He is always given the most dangerous jobs.

2) This person was jailed in 1954 on income tax charges.
Вариант 4
1. Translate the text, find and write down the equivalents to the words:

сограждане; выбрать наугад; присяжный заседатель; быть восстановленным в гражданских правах; избирательный округ; самостоятельно добывать свидетельства; быть осужденным за преступление; совещание присяжных; приходить в зал суда; быть справедливым; уделять пристальное внимание.

THE JURY


The right to trial by a jury of fellow citizens is one of the most important rights and is guaranteed by the Constitution. By serving on a Jury, then, you are helping to guarantee one of the most important freedoms.

The job of a juror is to listen to all the evidence presented at trial and to "decide the facts" – that is, to decide what really happened. The judge, on the other hand, "decides the law" – that is makes decisions on legal issues that come up during the trial. In order to do this job you do not need any special knowledge or ability. It is enough that you keep an open mind, concentrate on the evidence being presented, use your common sense, and be fair and honest. It is vital that you be impartial with regard to all people and all ideas.

Your name was selected at random from voter registration records and placed on a list of potential jurors. To be eligible for jury service, you must be over 18 years of age, a citizen of the country, a resident of the county in which you are to serve as a juror, able to communicate in the English language. If you have been convicted for a felony, you must have had your civil rights restored.

The juror must arrive to the courtroom on time. You must pay close attention to witnesses and concentrate both on what the witnesses say and on their manner while testifying. Don't form your opinion on the case until you and the other jurors have conducted your deliberations. You must listen carefully to the instructions read by the judge immediately before the jury begins its deliberations. Don't talk about the case with anyone while the trial is going on, not even with other jurors. When you are a juror, don't try to discover evidence on your own. Never go to the scene of any event that is part of the case you are hearing. Don't let yourself get any information about the case from newspapers, television, radio, or any other source. Never attempt to ask witness any questions. Don't express your opinion about the case to other jurors until deliberations begin. You must consult with the other jurors only during deliberations.
2. Complete the sentences with the words from the list, making sure you use the correct form: oath, answer, permission, verdict, complete.

  1. Don't take notes during the trial unless the judge gives you … to do so.

  2. Remember that news reports do not always give accurate or … information.

  3. Most of your questions will be … sooner or later in the course of questioning by the lawyers.

  4. After discharge you may discuss the … and the deliberations with anyone to whom you wish to speak.

  5. You shouldn't say or write anything that you wouldn't be willing to state under … .


3. Change the sentences into Passive.

  1. A robber tied up a woman in her house in the early hours of the morning.

  2. Police have issued the photofit picture of the burglar.

  3. A spy gets secret information from another country.

  4. The lawyer finds out all the circumstances of the crime.

  5. A store detective caught a customer with a bottle of hair conditioner.

  6. Some criminals derive the "inspiration" from detective books, films, television and other mass media.

  7. Scenes of violence in films encourage crime.


4. Match each person in the list with the description given: hooligan, vandal, forger, burglar, pickpocket, blackmailer.

  1. This person makes illegal copies of paintings, documents etc. – …

  2. This person damages other people's property. – …

  3. This person might steal your wallet in a crowd. – …

  4. This person steals from houses. – …

  5. This person gets money from others by threatening to tell secrets. – …

  6. This person causes trouble at football matches. – …


5. Complete the sentences using can, can't, could, couldn't.

1) My parents … buy a flat for me at the moment because of the budget.

2) Victor … read when he was 5.

3) They … come to the grandmother's place because they didn't have holiday last summer.

4) What … I do for you?

5) I … call you yesterday. My phone was out of order.
6. Change the following into reported speech beginning with the words given.

1) Why don't we go for a walk? – She suggested…

2) I wasn't anywhere near the scene of the crime. – The accused claimed…

3) This spot is the best place for a picnic. – My father said…

4) The swallows return every spring and fly past my window. – She explained…

5) Can you answer the phone? I'm having a shower! – He asked his son…

6) I gave you my homework last week. – The boy insisted…

7) Could you come and pick me up from university today, dad? – Billy asked…
7. Combine the following pairs of sentences into one, using a Participle.

1) Bill was listening to the lecture. He fell asleep.

2) She was training to be a nurse. She lived in London for a year.

3) The students waited at their desks. They felt nervous.

4) The teacher gave out the questions. She told the students not to open the booklet.

5) The students opened the test booklets. They looked anxiously for the easiest questions.
8. Make all types of questions to each sentence (general, special, disjunctive, alternative).

1) He was sentenced to life imprisonment for selling military secrets to the Germans.

2) Oswald tried to escape, shooting a policeman who tried to stop him.
Вариант 5

1. Translate the text, find and write down the equivalents to the words:

частное лицо, истец, уголовное дело, исковое заявление, присяжные заседатели, подать иск, гражданское дело, признать виновным, ответный иск, презумпция невиновности, ответчик, единодушное решение присяжных, денежное возмещение ущерба, оспаривать, документ.


KINDS OF CASES


As a juror, you may sit on a criminal case, a civil case, or both. Civil cases are usually disputes between or among private citizens, corporations, governments, government agencies and other organizations. Most often, the party bringing the suit is asking for the money damages for something wrong that has been done.

The party bringing the suit is called the plaintiff; the party being sued is called the defendant. There may be many plaintiffs or many defendants in the same case. The plaintiff starts the lawsuit by filing a paper called a complaint, in which the case against the defendant is stated. The next paper filed is usually the answer, in which the defendant disputes what the plaintiff has said in the complaint. The defendant may also feel that there has been a wrong committed by the plaintiff, in which case a counterclaim will be filed along with the answer. It is up to the plaintiff to prove the case against the defendant.

Jury verdicts do not need to be unanimous in civil cases. Only ten jurors need to agree upon a verdict if there are 12 jurors: five must agree if there are six jurors.

A criminal case is brought by the state or by a city or county against a person or persons accused of having committed a crime. The state, city, or county is called the plaintiff; the accused person is called the defendant. The defendant has pleaded not guilty and you should presume the defendant's innocence throughout the entire trial unless the plaintiff proves the defendant guilty.

In criminal cases the verdict must be unanimous, that is, all jurors must agree that the defendant is guilty in order to overcome the presumption of innocence.
2. Complete the sentences with the words from the list, making sure you use the correct form: life, week, welcome, bandits, prison, unarmed.

1) The level of recorded crime and the number of people sent to …both increased during the 1970s and 1980s.

2) Three … policemen have been killed in London by … who shot them down in cold blood.

3) By 1988 the cost of keeping someone in prison was over ₤250 per … .

4) The most severe punishment is … imprisonment in Britain.

5) The abolition of capital punishment in England in November 1965 was … by most people with humane and progressive ideas.
3. Change the sentences into Passive.

  1. Most people with humane and progressive ideas welcomed the abolition of capital punishment in England in 1965.

  2. The court found him guilty.

  3. That store doesn't keep records of violent incidents relating to shop-lifting.

  4. They illegally carried drugs into another country.

  5. Bandits shot three unarmed policemen down in cold blood.

  6. The judge makes decisions on legal issues that come up during the trial.

  7. The plaintiff brings the suit and asks for money damages.


4. Complete each sentence with a word from the list. Use each word once only: fine, jury, evidence, charged, guilty.

  1. The customs officers arrested Bob and … him with smuggling.

  2. The police spent all morning searching the house for … .

  3. Jean left her car in a no-parking area and had to pay a/an … .

  4. Unfortunately at the end of the trial my brother was found … .

  5. The trial took a long time as the … couldn't reach the verdict.


5. Translate from Russian into English using model verbs.

1) Мне пришлось работать в прошлую субботу.

2) Я должен повидать моего друга сегодня.

3) Я должен был взять такси, так как было очень поздно.

4) Она должна быть дома сейчас.

5) Вы можете прийти в любое удобное для вас время.
6. Change these sentences to indirect speech beginning with the words given.

1) I'll be back tomorrow. (He said)

2) He's ill. (She thought)

3) I don't like this music. (She said)

4) Where's the bus station? (She asked me)

5) Have you finished? (I asked him)

6) Nobody loves me. (I felt)

7) Do you want tea or coffee? (He asked her)

8) I'll clean the flat. (She offered)
7. Combine the following pairs of sentences into one, beginning with Having.

1) He wrote her a letter. He had tried phoning her several times.

2) I had received an invitation. I felt I had to go to the party.

3) He couldn't understand the message. He hadn't learnt any Japanese.

4) After he had picked up his luggage, he went to look for a taxi.

5) Maria handed in her script. She had answered all the questions.
8. Make all types of questions to each sentence (general, special, disjunctive, alternative).

1) Nobody can be held in prison without trial.

2) One of the most detailed ancient legal codes was drawn up in about 1758 B.C. by Hammurabi, a king of Babylonia.

Вариант 6
1. Translate the text, find and write down the equivalents to the words:

представление свидетельств, старшина присяжных, вещественные доказательства, приговор, заключительные прения сторон, совещание присяжных, засвидетельствовать по делу, судебный процесс, свидетельские показания в письменной форме.

EVENTS IN A TRIAL


Events in a trial usually happen in a particular order, though the order may be changed by the judge. This is the usual order of events in a trial.

Step one – selection of the Jury. Step two – opening statements. The lawyers for each side will discuss their views of the case that you are to hear and will also present a general picture of what they intend to prove about the case.

Step three – presentation of evidence. All parties are entitled to present evidence. The testimony of witnesses who testify at trial is evidence. Evidence may also take the form of physical exhibits, such as a gun or a photograph. On occasion the written testimony of people not able to attend the trial may also be evidence in the cases.

Step four – the instructions. Following presentation of all the evidence, the judge instructs the jury on the laws that are to guide the jury in their deliberations on a verdict. A copy of the instructions will be sent to the jury room for the use of jurors during their deliberations. All documents or physical objects that have been received into evidence will also be sent to the jury room.

Step five – closing arguments. The lawyers in the closing arguments summarize the case from their point of view. These arguments are not evidence.

Step six – jury deliberation. The jury retires to the jury room to conduct deliberations on the verdict in the case they have just heard. The jury first elects a foreman. When a verdict has been reached, the foreman signs it and informs the bailiff. The jury returns to the courtroom, where the foreman presents the verdict. The judge then discharges the jury from the case.
2. Complete the sentences with the words from the list, making sure you use the correct form: select, civil, plaintiff, place, knowledge, complaint.

  1. The plaintiff starts the lawsuit by filing a paper called a … .

  2. Jury verdicts do not need to be unanimous in … cases.

  3. The party bringing the suit is called the … .

  4. Your name was … at random from voter registration records and … on a list of potential jurors.

  5. In order to do your job you do not need any special … or ability.


3. Change the sentences into Passive.

  1. They kidnapped the rich man's son and asked for him a lot of money.

  2. The highest court of appeal refers certain cases to the European Court of Justice.

  3. A pickpocket steals things from people's pockets in crowded places.

  4. A number of Special Constables help the police.

  5. They have arrested her for shoplifting.

  6. The judge will send a driver to jail for 90 days for driving with excess alcohol.

  7. Police caught him during a routine speed check.


4. Complete each sentence with a word from the list. Use each word once only: lawyer, statement, suspect, accused, sentence.

  1. George won his case because he had a very good defence … .

  2. The police visited Dawn and asked her to make a/an … .

  3. Because of his past criminal record, Brian was the main … .

  4. Pauline decided to sue the police because she had been wrongly … .

5) The murderer of the children received a life … .
5. Translate from Russian into English using model verbs.

1) Она должна купить билет сегодня, потому что хочет уехать завтра утром.

2) Вы не должны опаздывать на занятия.

3) Могу я войти?

4) Нам нужно будет купить хлеб, так как дома нет хлеба.

5) Ему следует читать больше английских текстов.
6. Change these sentences to indirect speech beginning with the words given.

1) When is the car going to be ready? – I asked…

2) What am I doing here? – I wondered…

3) The earth is not flat. – He proved…

4) These figures can't be right. – I knew…

5) Her cat understands everything she says. – She thought…

6) What does the boss want? – I asked…

7) Did Mary phone back? – I wondered…

8) Would you like a drink? – She asked him…
7. Fill in each space in the following text, using an appropriate Present or Past Participle of the verbs given below. You will need to use one of the verbs twice.

come, build, hold, make, break, follow, talk, carry, look, hide, begin, haunt, know, wear, wait, stare, get, have.

The haunted house


Just after midnight, Julian and Anne, with Tommy the dog, arrived at the … (1) house, having first … (2) sure that no one would notice their absence. The house, … (3) in the seventeenth century, had been abandoned for several years and the … (4) windows stood … (5) like the eyes of a frightened ghost. Julian, … (6) by Anne and Tommy, took out his torch and pointed it towards the fence, … (7) for the gap which they had … (8) a few days earlier.

But how had their latest adventure … (9)? Julian had been sitting in a café … (10) a drink when he overheard some men … (11) about hiding 'the stuff' in the haunted house till things had quietened down. … (12) that the police were looking for drug traffickers in the area, Julian had followed the men to their car, … (13) sure to take down the number.

Julian, Anne and Tommy the dog spent the next few evenings at the house, … (14) in one of the old stables next to the house, … (15) patiently for the arrival of the criminals. At last, their efforts were rewarded. They saw the lights of a car … (16) closer. When the car stopped, a man got out, … (17) what seemed to be a large parcel. A few seconds later they saw another figure … (18) out of the car, … (19) a long black overcoat and … (20) something in his hand that, in the darkness, looked like a gun.


  1. Make all types of questions to any sentence of the text in exercise 7 (general, special, disjunctive, alternative).


Вопросы к зачету.

Монологическое высказывание по теме.

1. I and my family (рассказ о членах семьи, их возрасте и роде занятий).

2. My working day (рассказ о своем рабочем дне).

3. My day off and hobbies (рассказ о том, как вы проводите свое свободное время и чем увлекаетесь).

4. My flat. ( устройство квартиры, описание мебели и бытовых приборов).

5. Travelling (виды путешествий, виды транспортных средств, наиболее запомнившееся путешествие).

6. The court system of England and Wales. (типы судов в Британии).

7. Legal professions in Great Britain. (разновидности юридических профессий).

8. The Jury (критерии отбора присяжных, их функции).

9. Police forces (история создания, организация, обязанности и полномочия).


Вопросы к экзамену.
1. Монологическое высказывание по теме.

1. The court system of England and Wales.

2. Legal professions in Great Britain.

4. The Jury.

5. Kinds of cases.

6. Crimes and criminals.

7. Penalties in England.

8. Police forces.


2.Чтение и перевод текста.




СПИСОК ИСПОЛЬЗОВАННОЙ ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ


Основная:
1. Grammar and vocabulary for First Certificate, Luke Prodromou – Longman, 2004.

2. Upstream Intermediate. WB, Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley - Express Publishing, 2003.

3. Upstream Intermediate, SB, Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley - Express Publishing, 2003.

4. Upstream Upper-Intermediate, WB, Virginia Evans, Bob Obee - ExpressPublishing, 2003.

5. Upstream Upper-Intermediate, SB, Virginia Evans, Bob Obee - ExpressPublishing, 2003.

6. New Cutting Edge, Pre-Intermediate, SB, Sarah Cunningham, Peter Moor – Longman, 2005.

7. New Cutting Edge, Pre-Intermediate, WB, Sarah Cunningham, Peter Moor –Longman, 2005.

8. New Cutting Edge, Intermediate, SB, Sarah Cunningham, Peter Moor – Longman, 2005.

9. New Cutting Edge, Intermediate, WB, Sarah Cunningham, Peter Moor - Longman, 2005.

10. English grammar in use. A self-study reference and practice book for intermediate students, Murphy L. - Cambridge University Press, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002.

11. Market Leader, Pre-Intermediate, David Cotton- Longman, 2004.

12. Market Leader, Intermediate, David Cotton- Longman, 2004.

13. Business Vocabulary in Use, Intermediate, Bill Mascull- Cambridge University Press, 2005.

14.Сборник упражнений по грамматике английского языка, Крылова И.А. – Университет, 2004.

Дополнительная:

15. Headway Elementary SB, Soars L., Soars J. - Oxford University Press, 1997.

16. Headway Pre-Intermediate SB, Soars L., Soars J. - Oxford University Press, 1997.

17. New Headway Intermediate SB, Soars L., Soars J. - Oxford University Press, 1997.

18. How English works Grammar practice book, Swan M., Walter K. - Oxford University Press, 1997.

19. International Express Pre-Intermediate SB, Taylor L. - Oxford University Press, 1997.

20. International Express Pre-Intermediate WB, Taylor L. - Oxford University Press, 1997

21. New First Certificate Master class SB, Haines S., Stewart B. - Oxford University Press, 2000.

22. English Grammar in Use. Supplementary exercises for intermediate students, Hashemi L., Murphy R. - Cambridge University Press, 1995.

23. English grammar in use. A self-study reference and practice book for intermediate students, Murphy L. - Cambridge University Press, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002.

24. English for University Students: сборник упражнений по грамматике, Березина О.А., Шпилюк Е.М. – Союз, 2001.

25. Business Basics SB, Grand D., McLarty R. - Oxford University Press, 2000.

26. Business Basics WB, Grand D., McLarty R. - Oxford University Press, 2000.

27. Практика англоязычной межкультурной коммуникации, Кабакчи В.В. – Союз, 2001..

28. Everyday English, Дроздова Т.Ю.-Химера, 2002.

29. Just English: английский для юристов, Гуманова Ю.Л., Свешникова М.Л., Королева В.А., Тихомирова Е.В. – Ассоциация ”Гуманитарное знание”, “Теис”, Москва, 1998.

30. Just English: английский для юристов, базовый курс, Гуманова Ю.Л., Королева-МакАри, Свешникова М.Л., Тихомирова Е.В. – “Кнорус”, Москва, 2006.

31. Методические указания и контрольные задания для студентов факультета заочного социально-экономического образования, МГТУ, 2005.
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