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English Workshop 108 issues, evaluation 5.
Lesson number 1

Question №1. Select the correct translation of the following suggestions: How about yourself?
1) How are you?
2) Thank you, good.
3) Thank you, good.

Question №2. Select the continuation of the following sentence: So-so, thank ...
1) ... you. And you?
2) ... you.
3) ... you. And how are you?

Question №3. Select the correct translation of the following sentence: How are you?
1) How are you?
2) How are you?
3) How are you?

Question №4. Select the correct answer to the following question: How are you?
1) Can not complain, thanks.
2) Much better, thank you.
3) Not bad, thanks.

Question №5. Select the correct answer to the following question: How are you getting on?
1) Can not complain, thanks.
2) Well, thank you.
3) Not bad, thanks.

Question №6. Select the correct translation of the following sentence: I have to be going.
1) Did you need to go?
2) I have to go.
3) Stay a little longer.

Question №7. Select the correct translation of the following sentence: Are you sure you have to go?
1) Did you need to go?
2) I have to go.
3) Stay a little longer.

Question №8. Select the correct translation of the following sentence: Oh, stay a little longer.
1) Did you need to go?
2) I have to go.
3) Stay a little longer.

Question №9. Select the continuation of the following sentence: It was nice to ...
1) ... but I'm afraid it could be worse.
2) ...: glad you could come.
3) ... meet.

Question №10. Select the continuation of the following sentence: literal translation ...
1) often replaced not suitable within the meaning of the expression in this situation, however, adopted in the Russian language.
2) it is often replaced by a suitable within the meaning of the expression in this situation is not accepted in the Russian language.
3) it is often replaced by a suitable within the meaning of the expression in this situation adopted in the Russian language.

Question №11. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Allow me to introduce
1) ... Mr. John Bank?
2) ... Ms Ann Cook.
3) ... to Mr. Dave Reed

Question №12. Select the continuation of the following sentence: May I introduce ...
1) ... Mr. John Bank?
2) ... Ms Ann Cook.
3) ... to Mr. Dave Reed

Lesson number 2

Question №1. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Where were ...
1) ... are you from?
2) ... your parents from?
3) ... you spent most of your life

Question №2. Select a continuation of the following proposition: How important to you ...
1) ... is your "extended family" (uncles, aunts, cousins \u200b\u200betc.)?
2) ... relatives do you know personally?
3) ... relatives live within 30 miles of your home

Question №3. Select a continuation of the following proposition: Would you rather live in: ...
1) ... a small country town;
2) ... people you work with;
3) ... the place you were born i

Question №4. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Do you consider yourself ...
1) ... something between the two
2) ... people you work with;
3) ... the place you were born i

Question №5. Select the correct translation of the following words: continually
1) continuously
2) carefree
3) blithely

Question №6. Select the correct translation of the following words: easy-going
1) continuously
2) carefree
3) blithely

Question №7. Select the continuation of the following sentence: He will remember you more right words, that ...
1) ... you know?
2) ... are not mentioned?
3) ... can I use?

Question №8. Select the correct translation of the following words: curly
1) Wavy
2) direct
3) curly

Question №9. Select the correct translation of the following words: wavy
1) Wavy
2) direct
3) curly

Question №10. Select the cor

Additional information

Question №3. Select the continuation of the following sentence: "The vacant post"
1) Help wanted
2) Employment opportunities
3) Job vacancy

Question №4. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Searching for a job can help you ...
1) ... free employment agencies.
2). ... The phone number and address of the employer.
3) ... your friends and acquaintances.

Question №5. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Although whales look like fish, ...
1) ... they are not mammals.
2) ... they can fly.
3) ... they are mammals.

Question №6. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Bats are not birds, although ...
1) ... they are not mammals.
2) ... they can fly.
3) ... they are mammals.

Question №7. Select the continuation of the following sentence: I like to take a glass of water up to bed in case ...
1) ... I want to go to London next weekend.
2) ... it rains.
3) ... I get thirsty in the night.

Question №8. Select the continuation of the following sentence: I'm going out, but I'm taking my umbrella in case ...
1) ... I want to go to London next weekend.
2) ... it rains.
3) ... I get thirsty in the night.

Question №9. Select the following translation combinations: follow-up letter
1) follow-up letter
2) resume
3) letter of application

Question №10. Select translation for the following words: biography
1) follow-up letter
2) resume
3) letter of application

Question №11. Select next word translation: statement
1) follow-up letter
2) resume
3) letter of application

Question №12. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Preparing ...
1) a follow-up letter
2) a resume
3) a letter of application

Lesson number 4

Question №1. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Receiving and Sending Letters or Parcels by ...
1) ... Mail
2) ... Post
3) ... Sea

Question №2. Select the following translation combinations: business letters
1) Newsletters
2) an official letter
3) informal letters

Question №3. Select the following translation combinations: informal letters
1) Newsletters
2) an official letter
3) informal letters

Question №4. Select a continuation of the following proposition: you use contractions: ...
1) ... I'm, ...
2) ... it's, ...
3) ... we've, ...

Question №5. Select translation for the following proposition: you do not always write the year in the date
1) do not always write in the date of the year
2) there are no links
3) are using cuts

Question №6. Select the continuation of the following sentence: We are pleased to inform you
1) We are pleased to inform
2) We would like to draw your attention
3) We wish to draw your attention

Question №7. Select a continuation of the following proposition: We wish to point out that
1) We are pleased to inform
2) We would like to draw your attention
3) We wish to draw your attention

Question №8. Select a continuation of the following proposition: We wish to draw your attention to
1) We are pleased to inform
2) We would like to draw your attention
3) We wish to draw your attention

Question №9. Select a continuation of the following proposition: We regret to inform you
Question №10. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Unfortunately we can not
Question №11. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Do not delay, answer all ...
Question №12. Select the continuation of the following sentence: Confirm all orders at once.
etc.

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