Контрольные работы по английскому языку для 3 курса
Задание 1. Заполните пропуски с помощью some, any или no и переведите:
- Are there … letters for me?
- She is receiving … visitors at the moment.
- The room is empty. There is … furniture in it.
- It’s so hot! Would you like … juice?
- … German firms are going to do business with our company.
- I am very busy. I have … time to speak to you now.
- We have not got … orders for these goods today.
- Could you give me … tea?
- Are they looking through … price-lists now?
- There are not … contracts here.
Задание 2. Найдите в тексте и запишите эквиваленты следующих русских терминов:
Бухгалтер, тратты, платежные инструкции, клиенты, платежные документы, иностранные банки, кредитовое авизо, письма, дебетовое авизо, телексы.
We are students now
I am an accountant. I am American. My name is Mr. Duck. My first name is Ann. I am a student now. You are a student too. We receive a lot of letters, telexes and cables from foreign banks and customers. They are written in various languages. A lot of papers are sent in reply. We handle payment instructions, debit advices, and credit advices. We check various payment documents, such as bills of exchange, drafts and many others.
Задание 3. Составьте тематический словарь из 20 слов. Переведите текст.
A market economy depends on a specialized industrialized society in which:
— Most individuals cannot meet their own material needs.
— People must work because they need money.
— People meet most of their material needs by buying goods and services with money.
— Buyers and sellers compete in the market place, each working for his or her own best interests.
A market economy is really made up of two markets: a resource market and a product market. In each of these two markets something is exchanged between producers and individuals. In the resourse market, the resources that producers need labor, land, capital goods are exchanged for money wages, rent, interest and profits. Individuals provide resources to producers. Producers in turn provide money to individuals. Producers pay:
— wages in exchange for labor,
— rent in exchange for land,
— interest on borrowed money,
— profits or dividends to individuals who invest money and thus become part-owners of the business.