Choose the right word from the brackets.



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Choose the right word from the brackets.



1) Have you got (any/some) free time on Friday evening?

2) There was (some/any) strange noise outside.

3) Is there (any/some) juice left in the fridge?

4) He can do this without (any/some) help.

5) Have you got (some/any) sisters or brothers?

6) Helga can’t work abroad because she doesn’t speak (some/any) foreign languages.

7) We found their house without (some/any) difficulty.

8) Could I have (some/any) coffee?

9) Do you know (some/any) funny jokes?

10) There are (some/any) letters for you over there, on the table.

11) There isn't (some/any) coffee left, we must buy (some/ any).

12) Do you want (any/some) apples? Here are (some/any).

13) Can you give me (any/some) more information?

14) Have you got (any/some) more books?

15) Take (some/any) jam, please. It's very tasty.

19. Look at these sentences and decide if some, any or no should go in the spaces.

1) Are there _____ cinemas in your town?

2) Can I have _____ sugar in my coffee, please?

3) He doesn't have _____ brothers or sisters in his family.

4) There are _____ food shops open in the village on Sunday, so you’ll have to eat in a restaurant.

5) There was nobody on the beach this morning. Only _____ seagulls and an old dog.

6) Do you want _____ help with your homework?

7) Would you like _____ wine with your dinner?

8) Can you get me _____ bread if you go to the shops?

9) I’m afraid there is _____ ice cream in the fridge.

10) If there are _____ more questions, we can finish now.

20. Fill in the correct word:

a) someone or anyone

1. I know _____ who is 100 years old. 2. Did _____ call? 3. There wasn't _____ at home. 4. I won't tell _____ about your secret. 5. I didn't know the way, so I had to ask _____. 6. Has _____ seen my keys? 7. I would not give my bike to _____. 8. This jacket does not belong to _____ of us.

b) something or anything

1. Is there _____ I could do for you? 2. He said _____ stupid. 3. Did you buy _____? 4. Do you know _____ about Ireland? 5. I couldn't see _____ in the dark. 6. Bob asked her about _____. 7. I haven't heard _____ of Sue for ages. 8. Has _____ happened while I was away?

c) somewhere or anywhere

1. Have you seen my necklace _____? 2. The restaurant must be _____ around here. 3. My friend lives _____ in Spain. 4. I cannot find my glasses _____. 5. Did you travel _____ last weekend? 6. We have been _____ near London.

21. Use some/any + body/thing/where.

1) It's rather nasty outside, I'm not going _____ tonight.

2) She refuses to have _____ to do with him now.

3) I am not going to tell you _____ about this.

4) Does _____ understand this?

5) I haven't told this to _____ else.

6) Would you like _____ to eat? — Thanks, I am not hungry.

7) Excuse me, you've dropped _____. Yes, look, it's your purse.

8) Does _____ agree with me?

9) Is there _____ new?

10) Has _____ called me?

11) Let me know if _____ happens.

12) _____ called you but he didn't say his name.

13) Don't go _____ today. We'll have to meet.

14) We haven't told _____ about it.

15) Where can I see _____ who can give some information on this question?

 

22. Complete the following sentences by choosing no/every + body/ thing/where.

1) _____ wanted to help me and I was thankful to them.

2) I could find this book _____ and was very disappointed.

3) There was _____ strange in his behaviour.

4) The weather was nice and there were many people _____.

5) _____ could do this for you.

6) _____ looks so nice under the shining moon and stars.

7) I was looking for him _____, but all was in vain.

8) _____ except Ann enjoyed the party.

9) _____ tells me anything.

10) _____ was tired and went to bed early.


 

Unit 5 Agricultural Professions
  Vocabulary in Use Agricultural Professions The Gardener Language Focus There+to be. Impersonal Sentences

Vocabulary In Use

1. Match the English names of some professions with their Ukrainian equivalents.

1) lawyer a) бухгалтер
2) economist в) юрист
3) accountant c) інженер-будівельник
4) agronomist d) інженер-механік
5) veterinarian е) маркетолог
6) livestock expert f) технолог харчового виробництва
7) civil engineer g) агроном
8) marketing analyst h) зоотехнік
9) mechanical engineer i) ветеринар
10) food technologist j) економіст

Fill in the correct word.

Profession, job, career, occupation

 

1) Her . . . . . . as a lawyer was very successful.

2) My father has been unable to find a . . . . . . for the past two years.

3) You must write your name, age, and . . . . . . on the application form.

4) John is a veterinarian by . . . . . ., and has his own clinic.


3. Match the words with similar meamnings:

agriculture occupation accountant marketing mechanic livestock skill sphere bookkeeper farm animals profession operator field commerce farming mastery

Define which part of speech each word in the row is. Give its Ukrainian equivalent and use the sentence of your own.

 

Specialize, special, specialization, specialty, specialist.

What profession is each word-group connected with?

civil engineer food technologist economist agronomist veterinarian livestock expert mechanical engineer

 

1) food, nutrients, processing, packaging, distribution;

2) crops, soil, fertilizers, tillage, crop rotation;

3) animals, care, disease, treatment, injection;

4) finance, profits, sales, marketing, money;

5) machinery, equipment, manuals, implements;

6) farm animals, poultry, breeding, reproduction, feeding;

7) design, construction, project, building.

READING AND speaking

Read and translate the following text.


Agricultural Professions

Agriculture is the mainstay of our economy. It is more than just farming. Agriculture is one of the world’s biggest businesses. It is everywhere. Many other industries are connected with it. Agriculture does not just deal with food. Other agricultural products and by-products give people cotton, wool, leather, tobacco, bio fuel and what not.

There are a lot of different career areas available in this industry. There is also presently a very high demand for trained, educated and well motivated young people to enter this sector of economy.

To prepare such specialists is the main task of different educational establishments: vocational schools, technical colleges, universities. They offer a choice of several specializations, such as managers, economists, accountants, marketing analysts, lawyers, agronomists, veterinarians, livestock experts, food technologists, landscape architects, civil engineers, surveyors and other. They all need deep knowledge and professional skills.

Agricultural economists develop skills that help them find success in sales, marketing and finance careers.

Agricultural managers usually do not plant, harvest or perform other production activities, instead, they hire and supervise farm and livestock workers. Their duties vary widely, but are concentrated on the business aspects of running a farm.

The laws and regulations relating to agriculture are some of the most extensive and complex of those of any other industry. That’s why the task of lawyers is to provide agriculture with law support.

Agronomists study and research the interactions among plants, soils and the environment. They deal with field crops and soil management.

Keeping machines in good working order is the primary responsibility of machinery mechanics. They must be able to discover the cause of a problem to repair it.

Veterinarians must be ready to diagnose, treat and help prevent diseases and disabilities in animals.

Livestock experts work to develop better, more efficient ways of producing and processing meat, eggs, and milk. Most of their work concerns livestock, such as pigs, cows, chickens, and horses. They cover all aspects of animals from their diets to physiology to consumption.

Food technologists usually work in the food processing industry. They use their knowledge of chemistry, physics, microbiology, biotechnology and other sciences to develop new or better ways of preserving, processing, packaging, storing and delivering foods.

As it can be seen agriculture is an industry with a great number of jobs. It incorporates many different skills and employs people with a wide variety of interests, which shows that there is a job for everyone in agriculture.

Answer the questions.

1) What place does agriculture occupy in modern economy?

2) What does it deal with?

3) What specialists does this sector demand?

4) What specializations do our agricultural institutions offer?

5) What do different professions deal with?



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