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I. Rewrite proposal; Emphasize each verb - predicate and determine its species-temporal form and deposit. Offers move, drawing attention to the passive constructions section B:
A) 1. The inventors or ideas of one man have often become the base for expanded work by another.
2. There are only 92 naturally occurring elements.
3. In 1827 the Scottish botanist Robert Brown was studying plant pollen (pollen) under the microscope. The motion of pollen was caused by collision with unseen molecules of water and is now called Brownian movement.
B) 1. The laboratory of our Institute was given a new task.
2. The results of his expedition to the North were much spoken about.
3. The design of this experimental electronic device was worked out at our laboratory.

II. Rewrite the sentences; Emphasize Participle I and Participle II and specify the function of each of them, that is. e., determine whether it will be defined circumstance or part of the verb - predicate. Offers move;
1. Heat gained by one substance is heat lost by another.
2. At the beginning of his carrier working day and night Jack London wrote poetry essays (Essay, essay) and stories, sending them to magazines, but receiving only rejection letters (failures).
3. The motion of the boiling water is caused by the bubbles of vapour rising through the water.
4. In 1876 Yablochkov was working in Paris.
5. When heated to a certain temperature, water increases in volume.

III. Rewrite the following sentences, underline in each of the modal verb, or its equivalent, put the proposal:
1. When the garage (workshop) had repaired our car we were able to continue our journey.
2. Our laboratory assistant fell ill and had to leave the institute early.
3. He was to come at 10.00 but nobody saw him.
4. Infrared waves can be stopped by glass.
5. Many possible solutions (solutions) may be tried and tested before the final and correct solution is reached.
6. Tell the students that they must be at the lecture at six.

IV. Read and interpretation into 3rd and 4th paragraphs of text. Rewrite and translate written 1, 2 and 5 paragraphs of text:
Calories
1. Just as a railway engine requires fuel to supply it with energy, so our bodies require food to keep them going. But whereas an engine, when not working. does not use up fuel, a man even when resting, still needs energy to keep the heart, lungs, and other organs working and to maintain the body temperature.
2. As heat and energy are different forms of the same thing, they can be measured in the same units, namely «Calories». The Calorie is the amount of heat necessary to raise the temperature of 1,000 grammes of water 1 Centigrade. The energy which results from eating any food can also be measured in Calories. Foods very greatly in the amount of energy that they produce when they are taken into the body, that is in their calorific values.
3. The following table shows the amount of energy which an average person needs for various activities:
Form of activity Calories used per hour
Sleeping ................................................... .65
Sitting at rest ............................................. ..100
Dressing and undressing ................................. 113
Dish washing ........................................... ... .144
Light exercise ........................................ ...... 170
Walking slowly .................................... .. ...... .200
Active exercise ..................................... ...... ..290
Fast walking ................... ........................... ..300
Swimming ................................................ ... 500
4. Except for water, almost everything in the diet has calories in it. For example, one ounce (28.3 g) of butter provides 215 calories. 1 ounce of chocolate provides 150 calories, 1 ounce of sugar contains 110 calories, an ounce of cheese - 100, of potatoes - 20, apples - 2 and tomatoes

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V. Rewrite questions, answer them in writing, according to the text
1. What calories do you know?
2. What calories are mentioned in the text?
What must you remember about calories, if you want to get all the
3. calories you need for?

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