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C. Rewrite the sentences in passive voice.
1) We have cancelled the meeting. 2) We asked Mrs. Fry to chair the meeting. 3) She pays a lot of money. 4) They should not interrupt production at any other time. 5) Management makes the conditions more comfortable for workers. 6) The government increased workforce dramatically.7) Investors put a lot of money into production.
D. Put the verbs in brackets into passive voice.
1) After the Russian revolution of 1905 Tatars (to allow) to revive Kazan as a Tatar cultural center.
2) The city has a beautiful citadel, which (to declare) the World Heritage Site in 2000.
3) In the beginning of 1990s most of Central Kazan (to cover) by wooden buildings, usually consisting of two floors.
4) Kazan State University (to establish) in 1804.
5) Russian and Tatar languages widely (to speak) in the city.
6) Kazan (to serve) by Kazan Airport, which (to locate) approximately 30 kilometers from the city centre.
7) Until recently there was Kazan-2 Airport at the eastern end of the city, but it (to pull down) as a new hippodrome (to build) in its place.
8) Information on the efficiency of those enterprises (to require).
9) The irrigated lands (to saw) mostly with cotton.
10) The desire to expand friendly ties (to express) by both sides.
WRITING: MAKING UP AN ITINERARY
An itinerary is a detailed list of what you will be doing and where you will be while you are away. It includes information about transportation methods, places you will be staying, attractions you will be visiting, meetings you will be attending. Be sure to include names, addresses and any other contact information you have. Take a copy with you and leave one at your office and with family and friends.
Read the step-by-step guide on making an itinerary:
§ Choose where you are going to go on holiday, i.e. Moscow, Yelabuga, Naberezhnye Chelny, New York, London, etc.
§ Find some information about amazing sites, places to visit, things to do.
§ Write all of the places down and choose which one best suits you and your fellow traveller (some may prefer to visit historical sites, others may want to visit shopping malls).
§ After you have chosen where you want to go, choose the type of transportation you are going to get around, i.e. car, taxi, train, plane, bus, boat, etc.
§ Consider an appropriate place to stay, i.e. hotel, hostel, motel, house, etc.
§ Group all of the information you have gathered, now you are ready to write down an itinerary.
A. Write an itinerary for a business trip of your partner who is in oil business. You may wish to include all oil-extracting cities of Tatarstan. Don’t forget about an entertainment programme. Use the example below.
Itinerary of William Smith, trip to New York, 23-26 November
B. Create an advertisement that advertises your itinerary. The advertisement should include some pictures of places that are in the itinerary, but you may create it however you think would be most effective.
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