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  9. Compose your own sentences with each English equivalent of the words and phrases given in exercise 9. Compare your variants with the sentences of your partner.
  10. Compose your own sentences with each English equivalent of the words given in exercise 12. Compare your variants with the sentences of your partner.

 

1. Choose the suitable synonyms for the following words:

1. magistrate – a) layman; b) professional; c) justice of the peace; d) barrister

2. precedent – a) judgement; b) appeal; c) statute; d) analogy

 

2. Choose the suitable ending for the following sentences:

1. The solicitors are …

a) lawyers who speak at the court;

b) justices of the peace;

c) lawyers who give advice to non-professional clients;

d) lawyers who can wear a silkdoyn.

2. A barrister must pass the special legal exams and become …

a) counsel for the plaintiff;

b) Queen’s Counsel;

c) a junior barrister;

d) a member of legal corporation.

3. The judges are appointed from …

a) barristers;

b) solicitors;

c) Queen’s Counsels;

d) jurors.

 

3. Choose the words corresponding to the given definitions:

1. Decision reached by a jury on a question of fact in a law case.

a) information; b) verdict; c) judgement; d) advice

2. Person who brings an action at law.

a) defense counsel; b) defendant; c) counsel for the prosecution; d) plaintiff.

 

4. Choose the suitable word to fill in the blanks:

1. This body is to … the work of the courts.

a) administer justice; b) supervise; c) enact; d) draft

2. This body has enough … to help you to settle this question.

a) authority; b) chamber; c) instance; d) decision

3. If you … them, you’ll learn many interesting things.

a) draft; b) join; c) mention; d) forget

4. The courts of different instances … in Russia.

a) pay attention; b) supervise; c) enjoy; d) administer justice

 

5. Choose the suitable ending for the following sentences:

1. There’s a special body for …

a) social development of the country;

b) holding a nation-wide referendum;

c) enacting the laws;

d) supervision of the observance of the law

2. The highest executive body of state authority is …

a) the Government; b) the Parliament; c) the Supreme Court; d) the Procurator-General

3. Direction of economic, social and cultural development is the power of …

a) the Parliament; b) the Supreme Court; c) the Government; d) the Procurator General

 

6. Choose the words corresponding to the given definitions:



1. Group of people who do smth. together or who are united in some way.

a) chamber; b) office; c) authority; d) body

2. The law and its administration.

a) authority; b) justice; c) supervision; d) maintenance

 

7. Choose the suitable word to fill in the blanks:

1. The death was … by the heavy blow on the head.

a) caught; b) proved; c) caused; d) introduced

2. He was tried on the …

a) testimony; b) indictment; c) circumstancial evidence; d) charge

3. The withnes … and then gave his evidence.

a) took an oath; b) pleaded a case; c) cross examined; d) proved

4. Only a barrister can … in court.

a) invite; b) plead a case; c) take an oath; d) introduce

8. Choose the words corresponding to the following definitions:

1. to show beyond doubt to be true.

a) to cause; b) to urge; c) to swear; d) to prove

2. declaration in law court that smth. is true.

a) cross-examination; b) indictment; c) testimony; d) suspect

9. Choose the suitable words to fill in the blanks:

1. The moment the murderer saw the jury he understood he would be …

a) suspected; b) snatched; c) executed; d) puzzled

2. The accused was found innocent and …



a) qualified; b) released; c) executed; d) saved;

3. The defense counsel had no … to the question of Mr. Smith.

a) perjury; b) truth; c) alibi; d) objection

4. The criminal’s … managed to escape.

a) suspect; b) witness; c) solicitor; d) accomplice

 

10. Choose the suitable antonyms for the following words:

1. innocent – a) alive; b) excited; c) beloved; d) guilty

2. to release – a) to care; b) to exhibit; c) to execute; d) to solve.

7.4. Тексты договоров и внешнеторговых контрактов на английском языке, используемые для самостоятельной работы студентов (письменный перевод) при изучении Модуля 3, темы 17 «Язык юридических документов и договоров»


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