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D. Make up short dialogues expressing lack of certainty and surprise. Use prompts given below.

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  4. A. Read the texts below.
  5. Act out the dialogues below in pairs
  6. B) Comment on the given information and speak about the financial aspect of getting a higher education in the US A.
  7. B) Make up and act out the stories illustrating the given proverbs.
  8. B. 1) Read Management qualities and characteristics given in the box and categorize them into Personal, Business and Relationship qualities.
  9. B. Below is а list of words derived from the same stem. Indicate the parts of speech. Choose а suitable word for each blank in the sentences below.
  10. B. Find the answers to the following questions in the passage given bellow. Put the passage in the correct order to form the text (use questions as the prompt)

e.g. If I remember rightly, Vladimir Lenin studied in Kazan.

Really? It’s news to me. When was it?

1) There are more than 200 holidays in Russia and only 7 are state ones!

2) In 1240 Kiev was destroyed by the Mongols.

3) The first animal in space was a Russian dog, Laika.

4) Viking Rurik founded the first Russian dynasty in Novgorod.

5) 13 cities in Russia have population over 1 m.

6) The USSR was divided into fifteen independent republics.

7) The Russian Federation is home to as many as 160 different ethnic groups.

 

SAYING NUMBERS Numbers
100 a/one hundred 1000 a/one thousand 1 000 000 (1m ) a/one million 3 000 000 000 (3bn) three billion
Bigger numbers
3 560 three thousand five hundred andsixty (BrE) sixty (AmE) 598, 374 five hundred and ninety-eight thousand, three hundred and forty- seven(BrE) ninety-eight thousand, three hundred forty-seven(AmE)
Decimals Vulgar fractions
  16.5 sixteen point five 17.38 % seventeen point three eight percent 0.185 (nought) point one eight five 1/8 a/one eighth 3/8 three eighths 1/2 a/one half 3/4 three quarters 20/83 twenty over eighty three
     

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