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Лабораторная работа №5 Тест №1 Task Выберите правильную грамматическую форму. Напишите - страница №1/1

Лабораторная работа №5
Тест №1

Task 1. Выберите правильную грамматическую форму. Напишите букву A, B, C на листе для ответов.

1. After the (1)___ at last I (2)___ to bed.

A. (1) went,

(2) went

B. (1) had gone,

(2) went

C. (1) went,

(2) go

2. The boy ___ since early morning.

A. has been fishing

B. is fishing

C. fishes

3. He (1)___ for her for two hours before she (2)___.

A. (1) has been fishing,

(2) came

B. (1) was fishing,

(2) came

C. (1) had been fishing,

(2) came

4. Yesterday he (1)___ me he (2)___ you book.

A. (1) told,

(2) would return

B. (1) told,

(2) will return

C. (1) tells,

(2) will return

5. The car ___ once every three months.

A. polishes

B. is polished

C. polished

6. Betty ___ at the station yesterday.

A. meet

B. meets

C. was met

7. The light ___ off yet.

A. has not turned

B. has not been turned

C. was not turned

8. We all felt these words ___.

A. be true

B. true

C. to be true

9. She is believed ___ one of the best dancers in this country.

A. is

B. be

C. to be

10. This thing is difficult ___.

A. to imagine

B. imagine

C. imagines

11. she was ashamed ___ her best clothes.

A. had not worn

B. did not wear

C. not to have worn

12. Excuse my ___ you at such a moment.

A. leaving

B. to leave

C. leave

13. I’m looking forward ___ on holiday.

A. of going

B. to going

C. on going

14. We talked of ___ abroad.

A. he is sent

B. his being sent

C. he was sent

15. ___ chemicals, the fireman soon put out the fire in the forest.

A. Using

B. Uses

C. To use

16. ___ reading the book, he took it back to the library.

A. Have finished

B. Having finished

C. Finished

Task 2. Составьте предложения, соблюдая правильный порядок слов.

17. story/you/me/time/the/told/true/last/is?

18. Rita/new/every/tries/learn/day/to/words/twenty-five.

19. wanted/much/suit/he/how/the/cost/to/know.

20. hard/find/it/suitable/place/a/for/battle/was/scenes/to/the?

21. a/us/is/there/scientists/don’t/still/lot/around/know/that.

Тест №2

Task 1. Выберите правильную грамматическую форму. Напишите букву A, B, C на листе для ответов.

1. (1)___ my exercise before he (2)___.

A. (1) had written,

(2) had come

B. (1) had written,

(2) came

C. (1) wrote,

(2) came

2. I ___ for you since 12 o’clock.

A. am waiting

B. have been waiting

C. wait

3. He (1)___ here for 40 minutes when the telephone (2)___.

A. (1) had been sitting,

(2) rang

B. (1) was sitting,

(2) was ringing

C. (1) was sitting,

(2) rang

4. Yesterday he (1)___ us he (2)___ everything.

A. (1) told,

(2) will explain

B. (1) told,

(2) explains

C. (1) told,

(2) would explain

5. Many books ___ in Russia.

A. are published

B. publish

C. published

6. The room ___ two hours ago.

A. cleaned and aired

B. are cleaned and aired

C. was cleaned and aired

7. The letter ___.

A. are just typed

B. has just been typed

C. has just typed

8. I want you ___ here tomorrow.

A. to come

B. come

C. will come

9. He is thought ___ in Kiev.

A. lives

B. live

C. to live

10. This point is easy ___ in summer.

A. will reach

B. to reach

C. reach

11. She was thrilled ___ her watch, after all.

A. not to have lost

B. had not lost

C. did not lose

12. She could not help ___.

A. smile

B. smiling

C. to smile

13. He always dreamt ___ other countries.

A. of visiting

B. on visiting

C. for visiting

14. He objected to ___ to this post.

A. I am appointed

B. my being appointed

C. my was appointed

15. ___ at his desk, he listened to a new CD.

A. Work

B. Works

C. Working

16. ___ my work, I went home.

A. Having finished

B. Finish

C. Had finished

Task 2. Составьте предложения, соблюдая правильный порядок слов.

17. quietly/nobody/spoke/he/so/could/that/him/hear.

18. street/the/changed/has/recently/been/name/of/the.

19. you/last/were/too/do/to/homework/night/your/tired?

20. animals/same/the/as/beings/do/have/emotions/human.

21. the/end/marks/parents/the/sent/to/are/pupil’s/at/their/year/the/of.

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How to select the best candidates – and avoid the worst

Investing thousands of pounds in the recruitment and training of each new graduate recruit may be just the beginning. Choosing the wrong candidate may leave an organisation paying for years to come.

Few companies will have escaped all of the following failures: people who panic at the first sign of stress; those with long, impressive qualifications who seem incapable of learning: hypochondriacs whose absentee record becomes astonishing: and the unstable person later discovered to be a thief or worse.

Less dramatic, but just as much a problem is the person who simply does not come up to expectation, who does not quite deliver; who never becomes a

high-flyer or even, a steady performer, the employer with a fine future behind them.

The first point to bear in mind at the recruit twin stage is that people don't change. Intelligence levels decline modestly, but change little over their working lite. The same is true of abilities, such as learning languages and handling numbers.

Most people like to think that personality can change, particularly the more negative features such as anxiety, low esteem, impulsiveness or a lack of emotional warmth. But data collected over 50 years gives a clear message: still stable after all these years. Extroverts become slightly less extroverted: the acutely shy appear a little less so, but the fundamentals remain much the same Personal crises can affect the way we cope with things: we might take up or drop drink, drugs, religion or relaxation techniques, which can have pretty dramatic effects. Skills can be improved, and new ones introduced, but at rather different rates. People can tie groomed for a job, Just as politicians are carefully repackaged through dress, hairstyle and speech specialists, so people can be sent on training courses, diplomas or experimental weekends. But there is a cost to all this which may be more than the price of the course. Better to select for what you actually see rather than attempt to change it.

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The Road to Promotion

One of the most important reasons most people give when asked why they chose their particular profession is that they thought that this certain work would be challenging, offer them personal fulfillment, social recognition, and a feeling of self-worth. The outward sign of such recognition is being promoted at work Considering all of the above, we might well ask who gets promoted in American companies today

Most people who gain promotions are, first of all, well educated Many hold advanced degrees in science law, or engineering Those who are promoted to president of the company, most likely first served as vice-president They all tend to be mobile and willing to go wherever the company wishes to send them.

They do not seem to be getting younger Although ageing is touted as a distinct drawback to advancement those promoted to high positions in industry average out at about age forty-seven Most vice presidents and presidents of companies say that staving on the job for about five or ten years is important

In most cases, those who get promoted have beta with the company for a long time Twelve years is the average length of time during which the promoted executives served their company Most of those promoted had work experience in the fields of finance or administration.

There is an indication in recent surveys which points to the fact that personal determination and ambition are the most obvious factors that decide promotion. People who get promoted have been highly goal-oriented Obviously, the employee who never dreams of getting to the top usually just doesn't make it there.

Dedication to the company and especially to the boss also helps as does being liked and accepted by one's fellow employees, but these personal aspects are not as important as they used to be Education and professional competence have become the key considerations

If these trends continue, the new upcoming executive will, probably, be more competent than was his predecessor.

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