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What is the meaning of the following words in the text?

Choose the correct answer. Only one answer is correct.

1. Your case is more difficult _____ mine.
A then B as C than D that

2. There is no connection ______ the two crimes.
A among B of C between D in

3. Nobody ______ injured.
A is B isn’t C aren’t D are

4. They came _____ .
A early in the morning B in early the morning
C early the morning D in the morning early

5. I _____ the car now.
A am not hearing B can’t hearing
C am not hear D can’t hear

6. _____ radio is on the table?
A Who’s B Whoes C Whose D Whos’

7. Please answer _____ questions.
A their B them C to their D to them

8. “_____ ?” “She is tall and clever.”
A How is she like B What is she like
C What is she D Who is she

9. Gerald read the story, _____ he?
A didn’t B doesn’t C don’t D isn’t

10. Henry arrived _____ station at 9.
A to B at the C to the D on the

11. They _____ the bus.
A was waiting for B were waiting for
C was waiting D were waiting

12. They won’t do that, _____ ?
A won’t they B did they C will they D will they not

13.They described the bank robber ______ tall and dark-haired.

AlikeBwithC forDas

14. He isn’t in London now because he ______ to the Continent.
A has been B was going C will going D has gone

15. I can only see _____ .
A a few bottle B a little bottles C a few bottles D many bottles

16. How ______ of matches have we got?
A much boxes B many box C much box D many boxes

17. He came _____ train.
A with B with a C by D by a

18. _____ to the station when I saw you this morning?
A Have you gone B Are you going
C Were you going D Have you been going

19. “What do you do?” “_____ .”
A I’m a typist B I’m typing a letter
C I typing letters D I’m type letter

20. When the telephone rang, she _____ a letter.
A writes B will write C has written D was writing

21. If it _____ nice tomorrow, we’ll go to the country.
A is B will C will be D would be

22. We _____ the sights of the city.
A will shown B have showing C were shown D were showed

23. I _____ English since I was at school.
A didn’t speak B don’t speak C haven’t spoken D speaking

24. Tell me more about your work, I’m very _____ .
A interesting B interested for it
C interesting in it D interested in it

25. “_____ ?” “I have a bad headache.”
A What does it matter B What matters
C What is matter with you D What’s the matter with you

26. I’m sorry, but you _____ several mistakes.
A wrote B told C did D made

27. “Have you ever met Tom?” “Yes, we _____ at the trial.”
A met B have met C were meeting D had met

28. When he came two minutes ago, everybody else _____ .
A had already arrived B has already arrived
C have already been there D were there

29. She told me that they had been robbed _____ all their money.
A from B for C with D of

30. He had an accident and _____ to hospital.
A was brought B was taken C had been taken D had to take

31. If we keep on at this speed, we’ll reach the top _____ an hour.
A after B in CD less than

32. “I’m sorry, I can’t do the shopping today.” “OK, _____ it then.”
A I’m going to do B I’ll do
C I’m doing D I do

33. I was _____ .
A yesterday at home all day B yesterday all day at home
C at home all day yesterday D all day at home yesterday

34. “Have you been to London?” “_____ .”
A Until now not B Already not C Still not D Not yet

35. I _____ time to do it yet.
A have had B haven’t had C hadn’t D didn’t

36. I've been working here _____ I left Harvard Business School.
A for B since C while D when



37. You should visit the Empire State building _____ you are in New York.
A for B since C while D however

38. As soon as I shut the front door, I realised that I _____ my key in the house.
A had left B have left C left D was leaving

39.This particular problem _____ by the lawyers of the company at this moment.
A is being discussed Bis discussing
C is discussed D was discussing

40. The crime rate_____ in the last twenty years.
A is increased B has increased
C will have increased D had increased

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Read the text below and choose the correct answer that corresponds
to the facts in the text. Translate the text.

THE FEDERAL JUDICIARY

1 By Article 3 of the Constitution, "the judicial power of the United States shall be vested in one Supreme Court and in such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain (предписывать) and establish".

2 The Supreme Court has the power of judicial review the power to decide whether the actions of the President, Congress or state governments violate the Constitution. The Supreme Court judges they are normally nine, but Congress may alter their number are nominated for life by the President after being approved by the Senate.

3 In the federal court system, there are 90 district courts presided over by a district judge. They hear criminal cases involving breaches of federal law and civil cases on federal matters: disputes between states, non-payment of federal taxes, etc.

4 Appeals can be made to the United States Court of Appeals, where an appeal is heard by three judges, although in very controversial cases all nine appeal judges sit together. In the vast majority of cases, this court's decision is final and sets a precedent for future cases, although this precedent is not always binding on the Supreme Court.

5 The judicial systems of the states vary greatly in structure and procedure. Generally speaking, however, at the lowest level there are justices-of-the-peace courts presided over by elected lay magistrates, which deal with minor offences. Then come the county courts, which deal with the majority of civil and criminal cases. Appeals go to the District Courts of Appeals.

6 The most controversial aspect of state judiciaries is that in more than two-thirds of the states judges (including those in the Supreme Court) are elected.

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41. The Supreme Court has the power to decide whether the actions of the President, Congress or state governments violate the Constitution.

A true Bfalse

42. The Supreme Court judges are normally 90.

A true Bfalse


43. The Supreme Court judges are nominated for life by the Senate after being approved by the President.

A true Bfalse

44. In the federal court system, there are 90 district courts presided over by a district judge.

A true Bfalse

45. District courts hear criminal cases and civil cases on federal matters.

A true Bfalse

46. Appeals can be made to the US Court of Appeals, where an appeal is heard by appeal judges.

A true Bfalse

47. The judicial systems of the states are quite similar in structure and procedure.

A true Bfalse

48. At the lowest level there are justices-of-the-peace courts presided over by elected lay magistrates, which deal with minor offences.

A true Bfalse

49. County courts deal with the majority of civil and criminal cases.

A true Bfalse

50. In more than two-thirds of the states, judges are elected.

A true Bfalse

Which paragraph is the following mentioned in?

51. На нижнем уровне находятся мировые суды.

A 4 B 1 C 5 D 6

52.Две трети судей штатов выбираются.

A 5 B 1 C 2 D 6

53.СудьиВерховного Суда США назначаются на пожизненный срок.

A 4 B 3 C 1 D 2

54.Прецедент не всегда обязателен для Верховного Суда.

A 1 B 4 C 6 D 3

55.Они слушают дела, связанные с нарушением федеральных законов.

A 3 B 1 C 5 D 4

What is the meaning of the following words in the text?

56. inferior

A высший B низший C внутренний D высокий

57. alter

A измена B смена C альтернативный D изменять

58. breach

A мост B промежуток C нарушение D нарушать

59. including

A исключая B включение C включая D исключать

60. majority

A большинство B мажорный C меньшинство D мало


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1. Согласно статье 3 Конституции «Судебной властью в США будет наделен лишь Верховный суд, либо стоящие ниже суды, такие как Конгресс, могут время от времени предписывать и учреждать.

2. Верховный суд имеет право юридического рассмотрения – право решать, нарушают ли действия Президента, Конгресса или Правительства штатов (местного самоуправления) Конституцию. Судьи Верховного суда – их обычно 9, но Конгресс может менять их количество – назначаются Президентом пожизненно, будучи одобренными в Сенате.

3.В Федеральной судебной системе есть 90 окружных судов под председательством Окружного судьи. Они рассматривают уголовные дела, связанные с нарушением Федерального закона, а также гражданские дела по Федеральным вопросам: споры между штатами, уклонение от федеральных налогов и т.п.

4. Жалобы (апелляция) могут быть поданы а Апелляционный суд Соединенных Штатов, где жалоба будет рассмотрена тремя судьями, хотя в спорных делах (случаях) могут присутствовать всего 9 судей. В подавляющем большинстве случаев это решение суда является окончательным и создает прецедент для будущих дел, хотя этот прецедент не всегда обязателен для Верховного суда.

5. Судебные системы в Штатах сильно различаются по структуре и порядку. Но, в целом, на самом нижнем уровне находятся суды Мировых судей под председательством избираемых мировых магистратов, которые имеют дело с мелкими правонарушениями. Затем идут Окружные суды, которые занимаются большинством гражданских и уголовных дел. Жалобы подаются в районный Апелляционный суд.

6. Наиболее спорным аспектом государственной судебно-правовой системы является то, что более чем 2/3 государственных судей ( в том числе и Верховного суда) избираются.


 

 



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