ТОП 10:

V. 29. Fill in the blank with an appropriate legal term.



1. The group does not … the use of violence (…).

1) agree 2) advocate 3) assert 4) protect 5) sustain

2. They were in prison because of their political or religious … (…).

1) teaching 2) beliefs 3) censorship 4) intolerance 5) liberty

 

3. By gathering information, creating publicity and writing letters, Amnesty has helped to speed up the … of such prisoners all over the world (…).

1) exemption 2) release 3) excuse 4) discharge 5) removal

4. Not everyone agrees that merely being born as a human … entitles someone to certain freedoms and treatment (…).

1) freedom 2) nature 3) being 4) dignity 5) right

 

5. Many German artists … to America at the beginning of World War II (…).

1) broke out 2) escaped 3) fled 4) made off 5) took off

 

 

V.30. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

1. They used torture to … information about their families (…).

1) find 2) extract 3) get 4) receive 5) gain

 

2.Magistrates are just ordinary people of good reputation who have been … to the job by a local committee (…).

1) elected 2) appointed 3) dismissed 4) nominated 5) designated

 

3. Governments make laws and the police … them (…).

1) perform 2) provide 3) enforce 4) assure 5) achieve

 

4. One of the two accused men was … at yesterday’s trial and left the courtroom smiling broadly (…).

1) acquitted 2) convicted 3) charged 4) sentenced 5) adjudicated

 

5. Jack was arrested because he had entered the country … (…).

1) falsely 2) illegally 3) wrongly 4) incorrectly 5) lawfully

 

 

V.31. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

1. Sally didn’t realize that she had …. the law (…).

1) countered 2) broken 3) denied 4) declined 5) followed

 

2. The president admitted that there had been a breakdown of law and … (…).

1) crime 2) government 3) order 4) offence 5) resistance

 

3. Jim’s parents wouldn’t … him go to the demonstration (…).

1) agree 2) allow 3) let 4) permit 5) approve

 

4. Talking to other students is against the … of the examination (…).

1) law 2) orders 3) rules 4) advice 5) endorsement

 

5. I had to take the company to … to get the money they owed me (…).

1) court 2) justice 3) laws 4) orders 5) equity

 

 

V.32. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

 

1.The import of these products is … by law (…).

1) compulsory 2) prohibited 3) refused 4) admitted 5) authorized

 

2. Charles could not deny having been at the … of the crime (…).

1) location 2) square 3) scene 4) area 5) spot

 

3. The child was kidnapped by a notorious … of robbers (…).

1) crew 2) gang 3) staff 4) team 5) company

 

4. He is … of murder (…).

1) charged 2) released 3) accused 4) forgiven 5) prosecuted

 

5. She studied law and was called to the … (…).

1) notary’s office 2) Supreme Court 3) Bar 4) Customs 5) law-enforcing body

 

V.33. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

 

1. He was arrested and then released on … by magistrates (…).

1) compensation 2) bail 3) refund 4) rebate 5) award

 

2. The witness was visibly nervous before giving his … (…).

1) proof 2) testimony 3) facts 4) notes 5) observation

 

3. Under … he admitted being a drug user (…).

1) cross-action 2) cross-examination 3) cross-application 4) cross-complaint 5) cross- claim

 

4. The amount of … awarded to the plaintiff will be decided by the judge, not the jury (…).

1) damage 2) hurt 3) damages 4) injury 5) harm

 

5. A … can advise on how you should act in this situation (…).

1) defendant 2) judge 3) juror 4) solicitor 5) plaintiff

 

V. 34. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

 

1. Common law has been … by many Commonwealth countries and the USA (…).

1) adapted 2) selected 3) adopted 4) chosen 5) taken

 

2. It is not necessary for a … to know anything about the law (…).

1) judge 2) juror 3) solicitor 4) barrister 5) advocate

 

3. All … against police officers are carefully investigated (…).

1) accusations 2) complaints 3) information 4) libel 5) slander

 

4. The police who were investigating the crime could find no … at all (…).

1) hints 2) clues 3) pointers 4) signs 5) suggestion

 

5. Nineteenth century Europe saw the … of several multi-ethnic empires (…).

1) rise 2) decline 3) increase 4) cut 5) origin

 

V.35. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

 

1. It is not the job of the police to … justice (…).

1) apply 2) use 3) administer 4) hide 5) carry on

 

2. The company accused him of … his contract (…).

1) signing 2) breaching 3) respecting 4) following 5) making

 

3. The witness must have given … evidence at a trail (…).

1) artificial 2) wrong 3) false 4) fake 5) so-called

 

4. Punishment may be … only on a person found guilty of committing a crime (…).

1) enforced 2) imposed 3) applied 4) put 5) fixed

 

5. She stole jewellery from the department store and was charged with … (…).

1) stealing 2) shoplifting 3) mugging 4) robbing 5) smuggling

 

 

V. 36. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

 

1. He broke into the house and was charged with … (…).

1) forgery 2) bigamy 3) bribery 4) burglary 5) perjury

 

2. Many of the President’s decisions and all new legislation must be approved in the Congress, which is … by the people (…).

1) appointed 2) chosen 3) elected 4) selected 5) resolved

 

3. The President is … to appoint judges to the court (…).

1) granted 2) allowed 3) empowered 4) permitted 5) qualified

 

4. The driver admitted that the accident was his own … (…).

1) misbehaviour 2) fault 3) wrongdoing 4) misdemeanor 5) transgression

 

5. The … Secretary is responsible for the prevention of crime offences, trial and treatment of offenders and for the prison service (…).

1) Defence 2) Home 3) Housing 4) General 5) State

 

V. 37. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

 

1. In a civil case, the party who take legal action against the defendant is called … (…).

1) solicitor 2) prosecutor 3) plaintiff 4) client 5) witness

 

2. The BBC received a stream of … about the programme (…).

1) injunctions 2) pleadings 3) complaints 4) goods 5) affidavits

 

3. He issued a … against a newspaper (…).

1) brief 2) motion 3) writ 4) notice 5) statement

 

4. The Norman Kings sent travelling … around the country and gradually a “common law” developed (…).

1) people 2) folks 3) judges 4) musicians 5) salesmen

 

5. A case is usually presented by the … (…).

1) barrister 2) prosecutor 3) defense attorney 4) solicitor 5) judge

 

 

V. 38. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

 

1. They are hoping for a … in their favour from the European Court of Justice (…).

1) verdict 2) decision 3) judgment 4) view 5) opinion

 

2. In some countries such as France, the judges and jurors decide the … together (…).

1) case 2) charge 3) trial 4) lawsuit 5) claim

 

3. The court ruled that the child’s parents must share the … for the accident (…).

1) acquittal 2) blame 3) evil 4) cause 5) accusation

 

4. A man is being held in police … in connection with the murder (…).

1) detention 2) guardianship 3) custody 4) confinement 5) cell

 

5. The new law on drink – driving comes into … next month (…).

1) use 2) force 3) date 4) weight 5) condition

 

V. 39. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

 

1. After considering the case, the judge put the young offender … (…).

1) in treatment 2) on probation 3) in charge 4) in control 5) at interview

 

2. The … wanted to show that the legal rights of their citizens originated in the state, not in local customs (…).

1) lawmen 2) lawmakers 3) lords 4) law professors 5) law-manager

 

3. They have imprisoned a/an … man (…).

1) pure 2) innocent 3) lovely 4) natural 5) insensitive

 

4. Having arrested someone suspected of committing a crime, the police decide if they have enough evidence to make a formal … (…).

1) impeachment 2) accusation 3) address 4) admission 5) notification

 

5. Some minor cases as parking violations, are dealt with only by the … (…).

1) jurors 2) attorneys 3) magistrates 4) solicitors 5) barristers

 

 

V. 40. Fill in the gap with an appropriate legal term:

 

1. The rules of procedure and … determines the court that may deal with a claim or dispute, the form of the trial, and so on (…).

1) authority 2) jurisdiction 3) area 4) rule 5) power

 

2. Each court normally hears cases in … of three judges, but on occasion, a full court of nine judges will sit (…).

1) bench 2) panel 3) board 4) group 5) list

 

3. Most countries have a formal written Constitution describing how laws are to be made and … (…).

1) compelled 2) enforced 3) compulsion 4) provided 5) secured

 

4. Juror must be men and women possessed of sound …, absolute honest, and a complete sense of fairness (…).

1) argument 2) judgment 3) law 4) precedent 5) title

 

5. We are determined that the terrorist will not escape … (…).

1) penalty 2) punishment 3) retribution 4) award 5) reckoning

 


KEYS

I. Choose one paragraph from the following reading:

1. 1.-4 2.-6 3.-5 4.-3 5.-1 21. 1.-7 2.-2 3.-6 4.-4 5.-3
2. 1.-5 2.-2 3.-1 4.-7 5.-4 22. 1.-5 2.-1 3.-4 4.-6 5.-2
3. 1.-5 2.-2 3.-4 4.-3 5.-6 23. 1.-2 2.-3 3.-5 4.-7 5.-4
1.-3 2.-7 3.-2 4.-5 5.-1 24. 1.-2 2.-7 3.-6 4.-4 5.-3
1.-2 2.-1 3.-7 4.-4 5.-6 25. 1.-5 2.-7 3.-3 4.-6 5.-2
6. 1.-4 2.-6 3.-2 4.-1 5.-5 26. 1.-2 2.-1 3.-5 4.-7 5.-4
7. 1.-5 2.-1 3.-4 4.-3 5.-7 27. 1.-4 2.-7 3.-1 4.-5 5.-3
8. 1.-5 2.-7 3.-2 4.-1 5.-3 28. 1.-5 2.-6 3.-3 4.-2 5.-1
9. 1.-3 2.-7 3.-2 4.-5 5.-1 29. 1.-4 2.-6 3.-1 4.-5 5.-3
10. 1.-2 2.-4 3.-6 4.-1 5.-3 30. 1.-5 2.-1 3.-4 4.-6 5.-3
11. 1.-5 2.-2 3.-7 4.-1 5.-3 31. 1.-5 2.-3 3.-2 4.-1 5.-4
12. 1.-6 2.-7 3.-2 4.-3 5.-4 32. 1.-6 2.-2 3.-3 4.-5 5.-7
13. 1.-6 2.-2 3.-5 4.-3 5.-7 33. 1.-6 2.-4 3.-3 4.-1 5.-7
14. 1.-6 2.-3 3.-4 4.-7 5.-5 34. 1.-5 2.-7 3.-3 4.-1 5.-2
15. 1.-4 2.-7 3.-5 4.-6 5.-1 35. 1.-5 2.-7 3.-2 4.-1 5.-3
16. 1.-4 2.-7 3.-6 4.-3 5.-5 36. 1.-2 2.-5 3.-4 4.-1 5.-7
17. 1.-1 2.-3 3.-5 4.-2 5.-7 37. 1.-3 2.-5 3.-6 4.-1 5.-7
18. 1.-5 2.-1 3.-3 4.-2 5.-7 38. 1.-2 2.-3 3.-7 4.-4 5.-5
19. 1.-2 2.-5 3.-6 4.-1 5.-7 39. 1.-5 2.-7 3.-4 4.-2 5.-1
20. 1.-3 2.-1 3.-4 4.-6 5.-2 40. 1.-2 2.-4 3.-1 4.-7 5.-6

 

II. Finish up

1.

1 – 5

2 – 4

3 – 7

4 – 2

5 – 1

2.

1 – 8

2 – 5

3 – 1

4 – 4

5 – 6

3.

1 – 4

2 – 5

3 – 8

4 – 1

5 – 7

4.

1 – 7

2 – 5

3 – 8

4 – 2

5 – 1

5.

1 – 8

2 – 1

3 – 7

4 – 3

5 – 5

6.

1 – 5

2 – 6

3 – 7

4 – 1

5 – 3

7.

1 – 5

2 – 7

3 – 4

4 – 2

5 – 6

8.

1 – 3

2 – 4

3 – 7

4 – 5

5 – 8

9.

1 – 5

2 – 8

3 – 2

4 – 7

5 – 3

10.

1 – 6

2 – 7

3 – 1

4 – 2

5 – 5

11. 1 – 3; 2 – 1; 3 -4; 4 -5; 5 – 2.

12. 1 – 8; 2 - 6; 3 - 7; 4. - 5; 5 – 4

13. 1 - 8; 2 - 3; 3 - 4; 4 - 5; 5 – 7.

14. 1. - 5; 2 - 6; 3 - 1; 4 - 2; 5 - 4.

15. 1 - 2; 2 - 5; 3 - 6; 4 - 7; 5 – 1.

16. 1 - 2; 2 – 5; 3 - 7; 4 – 8; 5 – 1.

17. 1 – 2; 2 – 3; 3 – 8; 4 – 5; 5 – 1.

18. 1 – 2; 2 – 7; 3 – 8; 4 – 6; 5 – 1.

19. 1 - 4; 2 – 5; 3 – 2; 4 – 3; 5 – 1.

20. 1 - 5; 2 – 3; 3 – 8; 4 – 6; 5 – 4.

21.

1 – 7

2 – 8

3 – 10

4 – 3

5 – 2

22.

1 – 3

2 – 4

3 – 8

4 – 2

5 – 1

23.

1 – 10

2 – 1

3 – 6

4 – 2

5 – 5

24.

1 – 1

2 – 5

3 – 2

4 – 4

5 – 7

25.

1 – 10

2 – 3

3 – 5

4 – 1

5 – 9

26.

1 – 3

2 – 2

3 – 6

4 – 5

5 – 4

27.

1 – 6

2 – 8

3 – 2

4 – 1

5 – 3

28.

1 – 5

2 – 3

3 – 10

4 – 7

5 – 2

29.

1 – 9

2 – 6

3 – 3

4 – 8

5 – 1

30.

1 – 4

2 – 8

3 – 9

4 – 6

5 – 1

31.

1 – 2

2 – 4

3 – 3

4 – 9

5 – 10

32. 1 – 7; 2 – 6; 3 – 8; 4 – 9; 5 – 10.

33. 1 – 3; 2 – 4: 3 – 5; 4 – 2; 5 – 1.

34. 1 – 2; 2 – 3; 3 – 4; 4 – 5; 5 -1.

35. 1- 3; 2 – 1; 3 – 2; 4- 4; 5 – 5.

36. 1 – 5; 2 – 3; 3 – 4; 4 – 2; 5 – 1.

37. 1 – 3; 2 – 4; 3 – 5; 4 – 1; 5 – 2.

38. 1 – 3; 2 – 4; 3 – 5; 4 – 1; 5 – 2.

39. 1 – 9; 2 – 10; 3 – 2; 4 – 6; 5 – 3.

40. 1 – 7; 2 – 6; 3 – 8; 4 – 9; 5 – 10.

41. 1 – 7; 2 – 8; 3 – 6; 4 – 10; 5 - 9.

 

III. Fill in the blanks

1. 2 6. 2 11. 3 16. 3 21. 2 26. 3 31. 2 36. 1 41. 3 46. 2

2. 3 7. 2 12. 2 17. 1 22. 3 27. 3 32. 3 37. 2 42. 2 47. 3

3. 2 8. 3 13. 2 18. 3 23. 1 28. 2 33. 3 38. 2 43. 1 48. 2

4. 1 9. 3 14. 1 19. 1 24. 2 29. 2 34. 2 39. 3 44. 3 49. 3

5. 3 10. 3 15. 1 20. 2 25. 1 30. 1 35. 2 40. 1 45. 1 50. 2

 

51-3 56-3 61-3 66-2 71-2 76-1 81-4 86-3 91-4 96-2

52-4 57-4 62-2 67-3 72-3 77-4 82-3 87-4 92-3 97-2

53-2 58-1 63-4 68-2 73-2 78-2 83-3 88-3 93-2 98-3

54-1 59-1 64-4 69-1 74-4 79-4 84-1 89-2 94-1 99-2

55-2 60-1 65-2 70-2 75-1 80-2 85-2 90-1 95-2 100-4

 

101. 2 106. 1 111. 2 116. 2 121. 2 126. 1 131. 3 136. 3 141. 3

102. 1 107. 4 112. 4 117. 3 122. 3 127. 3 132. 4 137. 2 142. 2

103. 2 108. 2 113. 2 118. 2 123. 3 128. 2 133. 3 138. 3 143. 3

104. 3 109. 5 114. 4 119. 3 124. 2 129. 3 134. 2 139. 1 144. 3

105. 2 110. 3 115. 3 120. 4 125. 3 130. 2 135. 1 140. 1 145. 4

 

146. 3 151-2 156-2 161-4 166-4 171-5 176-4 181-3 186-4

147. 2 152-3 157-4 162-2 167-4 172-3 177-1 182-3 187-3

148. 3 153-2 158-1 163-5 168-3 173-4 178-5 183-2 188-2

149. 3 154-4 159-3 164-5 169-5 174-2 179-3 184-4 189-3

150. 1 155-5 160-4 165-3 170-4 175-5 180-5 185-5 190-4

 

191-1 193-2 195-4 197-5 199-3

192-2 194-3 196-2 198-4 200-3

IV. Find the proper Ukrainian equivalent

NN Task 4

 

 

51) – 3

52) – 2

53) – 3

54) – 3

55) – 2

56) – 2

57) – 2

58) – 4

59) – 3

60) – 3

61) – 5

62) – 3

63) – 1

64) – 3

65) – 2

66) – 3

67) – 4

68) – 3

69) – 1

70) – 4

71) – 3

72) – 3

73) – 3

74) – 3

75) – 4

76) – 3

77) – 4

78) – 4

79) – 3

80) – 3

81) – 1

82) – 2

83) – 2

84) – 3

85) – 3

86) – 3

87) – 2

88) – 4

89) – 1

90) – 2

91) – 4

92) – 4

93) – 1

94) – 3

95) – 5

96) – 5

97) – 3

98) – 4

99) – 3

100) – 3

101) – 2

102) – 3

103) – 4

104) – 1

105) – 2

106) – 2

107) – 3

108) – 2

109) – 2

110) – 5

111) – 1

112) – 3

113) – 3

114) – 2

115) – 4

116) – 1

117) – 3

118) – 3

119) – 3

120) – 3

121) – 2

122) – 4

123) – 2

124) – 3

125) – 3

126) – 3

127) – 2

128) – 3

129) – 1

130) – 3

131) – 3

132) – 3

133) – 1

134) – 2

135) – 2

136) – 3

137) – 2

138) – 3

139) – 4

140) – 2

141) – 3

142) – 1

143) – 1

144) – 5

145) – 1

146) – 3

147) – 3

148) – 3

149) – 1

150) – 3

151) – 4

152) – 3

153) – 3

154) – 1

155) – 3

156) – 4

157) – 4

158) – 4

159) – 3

160) – 4

161) – 3

162) – 1

163) – 5

164) – 4

165) – 2

166) – 1

167) – 4

168) – 3

169) – 3

170) – 1

171) – 3

172) – 1

173) – 3

174) – 2

175) – 1

176) – 3

177) – 3

178) – 4

179) – 4

180) – 1

181) – 3

182) – 4

183) – 2

184) – 5

185) – 2

186) – 2

187) – 2

188) – 1

189) – 3

190) – 2

191) – 3

192) – 2

193) – 1

194) – 3

195) – 2

196) – 1

197) – 2

198) – 1

199) – 4

200) – 2

 

V. Fill in the blanks

1. 1 – 4; 2 – 1; 3 –5; 4 – 3; 5 – 4.

2. 1 – 1; 2 – 2; 3 – 1; 4 – 2; 5 – 4 .

3. 1 – 1; 2 – 5, 3 – 3 ; 4 – 2 ; 5 – 1 .

4. 1 – 3; 2 – 5; 3 – 4; 4 – 3; 5 – 2.

5. 1 – 4; 2 – 1; 3 – 2; 4 – 1; 5 – 3.

6. 1 – 4; 2 – 1; 3 – 4; 4 – 1; 5 – 2.

7. 1 – 1; 2 – 5; 3 – 2; 4 – 3; 5 – 1.

8. 1 – 1; 2 – 3; 3 – 2; 4 – 3; 5 – 1.

9. 1 – 1; 2 – 4; 3 – 2; 4 – 2; 5 – 4.

10. 1– 4; 2 – 2; 3 – 1; 4 – 1; 5 – 4.

11. 1 – 3; 2 – 3; 3 – 2; 4 – 3; 5 – 1.

12. 1 – 2; 2 – 1; 3 – 3; 4 – 4; 5 – 2.

13. 1– 3; 2 – 1; 3 – 4; 4 – 1; 5 – 5.

14. 1 – 4; 2 – 2; 3 – 1; 4 – 2; 5 – 3.

15. 1 – 5; 2 – 1; 3 – 3; 4 – 2; 5 – 4

16. 1 – 1; 2 – 3; 3 – 4; 4 – 1; 5 – 1.

17. 1 – 4; 2 – 1; 3 – 3; 4 – 1; 5 – 3.

18. 1 -5; 2 – 1; 3 – 2; 4 – 3; 5 – 1.

19. 1 – 1; 2 – 5; 3 – 1; 4 – 2; 5 – 1.

20. 1 – 4; 2 – 1; 3 – 2; 4 – 4; 5 – 1.

21. 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-4 5-1

22. 1-2 2-2 3-3 4-2 5-3

23. 1-3 2-3 3-2 4-3 5-3

24. 1-3 2-2 3-1 4-2 5-3

25. 1-2 2-2 3-3 4-2 5-2

26. 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-3

27. 1-2 2-3 3-2 4-2 5-2

28. 1-3 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2

29. 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-3 5-3

30. 1-2 2-2 3-3 4-1 5-2

31. 1-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-1

32. 1-2 2-3 3-2 4-3 5-3

33. 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-3 5-4

34. 1-3 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2

35. 1-3 2-2 3-3 4-2 5-2

36. 1-4 2-3 3-3 4-2 5-2

37. 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-2

38. 1-3 2-1 3-2 4-3 5-2

39. 1- 2 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-3

40. 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2

 







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