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Task 8. Make up your own sentences using Passive Voice.




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  3. A. Complete the sentences with the comparative forms of the adverbs in the box.
  4. All the verbs in the box relate to legal matters. Use them in the correct forms to complete the sentences.
  5. Approaching the Text: Using prior knowledge and making predictions
  6. 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.
  7. B. Compose your own word-combinations or sentences with the use of Participle II of the notional verb.
  8. B. Practice the following conversation with a partner using the substitutions in the box.
  9. B.Write out the key sentences for each point of the plan.
  10. C. Rewrite the sentences in passive voice.

Task 9. Choose the right sentence:

1. A. When I was in Russia a very strange holiday called Maslenitsa was being celebrated.

B. When I was in Russia a very strange holiday called Maslenitsa was celebrating

2. A. Christmas in Russia celebrates two weeks later than in other countries

B. Christmas in Russia is celebrated two weeks later than in other countries

3. A. Russia celebrates Victory Day on May 9.

B. Russia is celebrated Victory Day on May 9.

Task 10. Choose the right variant:

1. Why do Russian women adore March 8th?

A. They don’t need to go for a work

B. Care and attention of men is guaranteed

C. It’s a day of struggling to equal right with the men’s ones

2. Why do Russian like to celebrate holidays so much?

A. It’s a part of the history of the country

B. It’s a chance not to go for a work

C. It’s a chance to have a lot of fun

3. Fortunetelling is the traditions for:

A. New Year

B. Christmas

C. Easter

D. Maslenitsa

4. The highest celebration of the Orthodox Church is:

A. Shrovetide

B. Christmas

C. Easter

5. Maslenitsa appeared after the tradition:

A. To make pancakes

B. To organise carnivals in Western countries

C. To burn a doll of straw

Task 11. Complete the sentences:

1. On Russian Orthodox Easter that is also called Paskha people greet each other with words…

2. Demonstrations with bright banners, balloons and spring flowers is the tradition of…

3. Veterans come out into the streets wearing their…

4. The difference between Russian Christmas and Christmas in other countries is due to the Orthodox church that follows the…

Task 12. Decide whether these statements are true or false:

1. Recently Man’s day was known as Soviet Army Day.

2. March 8th was recently called International Solidarity Day.

3. The traditional food on Easter is pancakes.

4. Christmas in Russia comes three weeks later than in other countries.

5. On Victory Day all men and boys are congratulated as defenders and helpmates.

6. The Russians love holidays because they reflect multicoloured Russian history.

7. Kolyadky is one of the Christmas traditions.

8. Another name of Mayday is Day of Spring and Labour.



9. Red Square is the place where a military parade on Victory Day is organized.

Task 13. А. Match the titles with the corresponding passages. One is extra:

A. Easter B. Maslenitsa C. Victory Day D. May Day E. Man’s Day F. Christmas

1. This holiday is rich with beautiful traditions. One of them is called Kolyadki when at Christmas night young people put on fancy dresses, gather in a noisy crowd and go in every house on their way, singing carols and merry songs; hosts of the houses thank singers with all the kinds of sweat stuff like candies, chocolates and pastry. It was a custom for young ladies to tell fortune on these days; lots of fortunetelling methods have kept till days - yet they are not so widely used, of course.

2. It’s a great holiday for Russian people. Flowers and wreaths are laid on wartime graves and veterans come out into the streets wearing their military orders and medals; a solemn military parade takes place on the Red Square in Moscow. In the evening a coloured salute is fired as a token of the victory over fascism.

3. It is a good time for visiting friends and relatives. People greet each other with words "Christ is risen" and "Indeed risen..." and treat each other with brightly colored boiled eggs, a symbol of Easter. The holiday table is served with such specialties as Paskha (rich mixture of sweetened curds, butter and raisins) and kulich (Easter sweet bread).



4. Recently this holiday was called International Solidarity Day of Workers but now it is known as Day of Spring and Labor. Some people like following the Soviet tradition of May Day demonstrations with bright banners, balloons and spring flowers.

5. February 23 was known as the Soviet Army Day but nowadays it has become a holiday for all men by analogy with the similar Women's Day. All men and boys are praised as eventual defenders and helpmates.


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