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Match the names with the positions.




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  3. B. Match the definitions with the italicized words and phrases from the text.
  4. B. Read the text. Match the headings to the correct paragraph.
  5. C. Before you read the article, match the following words with their definitions.
  6. E. Choose the correct prepositions.
  7. E. Match the definitions with the words in italics from the text.
  8. E. Matchthe definitions with the words in italics from the text.
  9. E. Read and translate the text. Match the headings with the text.
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Names Positions
1) Ehud Olmert The presenter
2) Manouchehr Mottaki Washington correspondent
3) Kim Landers Iran's Foreign Minister
4) George W. Bush US President
5) Tony Eastley Israel's Prime Minister

3. Group these words and word combinations Iran's nuclear threat, Tehran, America's allies, Israel, Britain ,France, Washington, friends, America's foes, the White House, Russia, Europe’s approach. What principle determined your grouping? Write the Key word(s) in the heading line.

 

Key word(s): Key word(s):
   
   
   
   
   

C – Comprehension Test 4

 

1. US President, George W. Bush has A ignored claims that the USA has been exaggerating Iran's nuclear threat. B avoided speaking about alleged claims that the USA has been exaggerating Iran's nuclear threat. C been surprised with claims that the USA has been exaggerating Iran's nuclear threat.   2. Instead President Bush insists that   A Iran still poses a danger to the world, B Tehran has halted its nuclear weapons program. C Iran is inspired by new American intelligence    
3. Mr Bush's line is backed by A Britain and France B Israel, Britain and France C none of America’s allies   4. A new US intelligence assessment says A Iran succeeded in its nuclear program B it is "warning signal" C Iran’s nuclear program has been inactive for four years  
5. The national intelligence estimate has A surprised America's friends B surprised America’s enemies and supporters C taken opinions of America’s friends and foes into consideration 6. US President believes that   A Iran is a danger B the USA is to stop worrying about Iran C nothing's changed in Iran
7. Iran’s Foreign Minister claims that his country A will be able to go on in its program under the supervision of the IAEA B will continue under the supervision of the IAEA C can’t continue under the supervision of the IAEA   8. The US is apparently worried that the report A could badly influence its drive for a fresh round of UN sanctions against Iran B could drive for a fresh round of UN sanctions against Iran C is to start a fresh round of UN sanctions against Iran  
9. Israel's Prime Minister calls for joint efforts A to prevent Iran from gaining nuclear capacity. B to stop helping Iran in acquiring nuclear weapon C to restrict US interference in Iran’s home policy   10. The report backs Europe's approach of trying to negotiate with Iran   A and all countries share this opinion B and reflects position of Britain and France C and reflects position of Germany and Britain  
11. France says world powers should A work out a new UN resolution. B continue cooperate with the UN C prepare themselves to a new resolution of the UN 12. The IAEA says the US report should help   A lessen the current tensions around the issue B understand the problem in details C ease financial problem in Iran  

B – Comprehension Test 4



Part 1

1. What claims did the US President shrug off?

2. What information has new American intelligence delivered?



3. Who supports the US president?

Part 2


Washington correspondent Kim Landers reports.


KIM LANDERS: There's no going back for a President who once____________

_________of World War Threeand _____________a nuclear holocaust if Iran had nuclear weapons.

Faced with a new US____________________________, that Iran's nuclear weapons program has been____________________for four years, George W Bush prefers to call the report a "warning signal".

GEORGE W. BUSH: Iran was dangerous, Iran is dangerous and Iran will be dangerous if they have ___________ necessary ________ a nuclear weapon.

 

Part 3


KIM LANDERS: The national intelligence_________ has taken America's friends and _________ by surprise after years of _____________ from the US, accusing Iran of pursuing______________________nuclear weapons.

But the President's warning message is one he's repeated often, in what can be regarded as a _______________________media conference at the White House today.

GEORGE W. BUSH: I still feel strongly that Iran's a danger. _________________________in this NIE (National Intelligence Estimate) that says, "Okay, why don't we just stop worrying about it?" _________________
__________________________.

 

Part 4


KIM LANDERS: Iran's _________________________ is Manouchehr Mottaki.

MANOUCHEHR MOTTAKI (translated): Now that the questions and ___________________have been___________________, if any countries have found answers to those question, no matter what their intentions were, and now want to correct their views towards Iran, we will obviously welcome that. The Iranian nuclear issue is a normal issue, like that of all countries, and Iran will continue its activities ____________________of the____________________.



KIM LANDERS: The US is clearly concerned that the intelligence report could cripple its_____________a fresh round of UN_______________against Iran.

Russia has ___________________ said it has no evidence Iran ________ nuclear weapons, so today President Bush phoned Vladimir Putin to make the case now's not the time to back off.

 

Part 5
Israel's _____________________ Ehud Olmert says it's still vital to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons in the future.

EHUD OLMERT: There's a need to continue ______________ to stop Iran from _____________nuclear___________________.

KIM LANDERS: Britain and Germany say the report ____________ Europe's _____________________ of trying to negotiate with Iran, while France says world powers should ______________________________a new UN resolution.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says the US report should "help ___________________the current____________________".

But President Bush warns military force is still _____________________to stop Iran from getting nuclear arms.

This is Kim Landers in Washington for AM

 

 

A – Comprehension Test 4

Use these words and word combinations to render? the text in the written form.

 

halted its nuclear weapons program, is backed, raised the spectre, warned of, holocaust, intelligence assessment, dormant, estimate, strident rhetoric, covert, a damage control, media conference, Iran's Foreign Minister, under the supervision of the IAEA, drive for, a fresh round, UN sanctions, repeatedly, seeks nuclear weapons, concerted efforts, acquiring nuclear capacity, backs Europe's approach, France, continue to prepare, defuse the current crisis

 


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