Summing up I should say that… - делая вывод, хотелось бы сказать,
I like read such information. – Мне нравится читать подобную
I don’t like read such information. – Мне не нравится читать подобную
Fill the missing using the text.
1. Nobel Alfred Bernhard is Swedish … and … was born in ….
2. He invented … in 1867 and … in 1887.
3. Nobel … over 350 patents, many … (e.g., artificial … and leather).
4. He was … “a … of death” for inventing an … used in war.
5. Nobel Prizes are awards … annually to persons or institutions … …
during the previous year … of physics, chemistry, physiology or
medicine, …, international peace and ....
6. Each Nobel Prize winner also receives a … and … bearing the
winner’s name and field of ….
7. The … often divide the … for achievement in a particular field
among … or … people.
8. The Nobel Foundation consists of six members: five … by the … of
the awarding bodies mentioned …, and the sixth … by the Swedish
9. The … members are either … or … citizens.
10. The … … on December 10, …
Open your books at page 232-233. Divided into three groups. You should
read and translate the 1-st text, you – the 2-nd and you – the 3-rd.
1. I couldn't live without my computer at home. I use it all the time. It is
like a typewriter and address book for me and it is also used for checking
my spelling. Besides I can go on the Internet and discover everything about
anything, it's a brilliant source of information. I've designed my own
website and I'm getting loads of information for school. Besides some
websites are packed with quizzes, games and competitions, it's all you need
for hours of fun on your computer. You can play and learn on it. It is
absolutely essential. I don't know how I ever managed-without it. But my
elder sister thinks people are getting a bit too dependent on computers. She
thinks that we rely on them too much. My sister says, "You can't rely on all
the information, you don't know who it has been written by or where it's
coming from. To be dependent on anything, especially a lifeless machine,
that can quite easily break down, is not good. Besides computers shouldn't
replace seeing your friends."
2. I couldn't possibly live without my car. Convenience seems to be the
most common and most logical answer: cars take you where you want to
go and when you want to go there. I can travel freely and comfortably
wherever I want. Besides it allows me to live where I want as I can easily
get to the place I need with the help of the car. Besides a car is a way of
self-expression. I really hate to be without it. I think a car is a necessity
rather than a luxury. But my wife thinks there are too many cars in our
cities. Some people use them in cases when they could go on foot for
example when going to buy a newspaper in a kiosk. It's necessary to give
thought to problems caused by cars. Pollution, accidents and so on. She
says that cars are useful but not essential and it's nice when cars are banned
from the central shopping areas. I don't agree with such situation but I have
to accept it. My wife prefers to go to work using intercity transportation