I. Rewrite the following sentences. Decide on grammatical grounds, what part of speech the word is decorated ending -s and what function it performs end, ie whether it is:
a) index of the third person singular of the verb in the Present Indefinite;
b) indication of the plural noun;
c) indication of the possessive case of a noun (see. the sample is 1).
Turn suggestions on the Russian language.
1. The "Big Ben" clock weighs 13.5 tons.
2. Most of London's places of interest are situated to the north of the river Thames.
3. Hyde Park covers 360 acres.
II. Rewrite the following sentences and translate them, paying particular attention to the Russian translation of the definitions expressed by a noun (see para. 2 sample implementation).
1. The bus stop is not far from here.
2. Several Moscow University physicists work at this problem.
3. There are only daylight lamps in this room.
III. Rewrite the following sentences that contain different forms of comparison, and translate them into Russian.
1. One of the most famous buildings in England is St. Paul's Cathedral.
2. This room is smaller than that one.
3. The longer is the night, the shorter is the day.
IV. Rewrite and translate the written proposals for the Russian language, paying attention to the translation of indefinite and negative pronouns.
1. At some of the London Underground stations there are lifts, others have escalators.
2. Any student of our group can speak on the history of London.
3. No park in London is as popular as Hyde Park.
V. Rewrite the following sentences, determine in their species-tense forms of verbs and specify their infinitive; translate into Russian proposal (see. the sample is 3).
1. This student first came to Moscow in 1985.
2. The Port of London is to the east of the City.
3. In a few days she will leave for Leningrad.
VI. Read and orally translated into Russian from the 1st to the 7th paragraphs of text. Rewrite and translate written 1, 2, 3, 6 and 7th paragraphs.
1. London is the capital of Great Britain. It lies in the South East of England on both banks of the river Thames. London is one of the largest cities in the world and the largest port and industrial town in England. London is more than twenty centuries old.
2. The heart of the capital is the City. The territory of the City is only about one square mile, but it is the financial and business centre of the country. It contains almost all important English banks and offices.
3. The West End of London is famous for its beautiful monuments and palaces, fine parks, fashionable shops and big hotels The East End is quite different from the West End. It is the district of factories, plants and docks. The narrow streets and poor houses of the East End present a contrast to the homes of the rich people in the West End.
4. There are many places of interest in London. One of them is Trafalgar Square with the Nelson monument 185 feet high. Buckingham Palace is the royal residence. Westminster Abbey is one of the most beautiful buildings in London. It contains the memorials of many famous citizens of Britain.
5. Across the road from Westminster Abbey are the Houses of Parliament, the seat of the British government.
6. The Tower of London is one of the most interesting places in London. It was a fortress, a royal residence, a prison, now it is a museum.
7. London is famous for its green parks. Hyde Park is the most popular of them. It is the greatest park in London as well.
8. London is the centre of the country's cultural life. There are many picture galleries and museums there. The National Gallery houses a priceless collection of paintings. The famous British Museum is one of the best museums in the world. In the library of the British Museum Karl Marx worked at his "Capital", VI Lenin worked there too. There he gathered the material for his work on "Mater