Second Record Bumper Harvest over Last Five Years in Kazakhstan – About 21 Million Tons in Store – Nazarbayev



Astana. October 2, 2009. KazTAG – President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan congratulated Kazakhstan grain farmers on the successful completion of harvesting.

“Under this year’s difficult weather conditions, the grain farmers of Kazakhstan grew excellent crops of grain. Gross grain in bunker weight of about 21 million tons of grain – is the second record harvest for the last five years,” reads the message published on Friday in the official mass media.

As Nursultan Nazarbayev emphasized, “the achievement of the high yields and grain quality standards is the result of tireless work of rural workers and the systemic state support for the development of grain production that provided, under the conditions of the world financial crisis, for the expansion of areas sown by grain crops, diversification of crops, and universal start of transiting to implementation of water-saving and resource-saving technologies”.

 

Head of State noted especially exemplary performance of Kostanai, North Kazakhstan, and Akmola Oblasts grain growers who gathered some 16 million tons of grain. The record harvests were gathered in Almaty, Zhambyl, and South Kazakhstan Oblasts. A great deal was done in respect of putting into operation new agricultural products processing facilities.

“The contribution of farmers into ensuring the country’s food security, increased export potential, and improved image of the country as a grain power deserves praise and gratitude,” said Head of State.

“I congratulate you on the progress attained. I wish you sound health, prosperity, and new achievements in the development of the agrarian sector of our country,” said N. Nazarbayev in his congratulatory letter.

This year, 16.3 million hectares were sown with grain in Kazakhstan, including 13.9 million hectares of wheat. The main grain-producing regions of the country are Akmola, North Kazakhstan and Kostanai Oblasts. In 2008, 15.6 million tonnes of grain net were harvested in Kazakhstan.

 

 

Examination tests

TEST-1

1. When the phone rang, I… dinner.

a) cook, b) was cooking, c) had been cooking, d) have been cooking, e) cooked

2. He usually had dinner at 4 p.m., …?

a) had he, b) hadn’t he, c) did he, d) didn’t he, e) was he

3. Did you read … English books at school?

a) some, b) many, c) much, d) little, e) none

4. I want to know what ….

a) are you doing, b) were you doing, c) will you do, d) you are doing, e) you will doing

5. We … two compositions this month.

a) write, b) wrote, c) were writing, d) have written, e) are writing

6. I had a feeling that somebody… there before.

a) is, b) was, c) had been, d) has been, e) was being

7. Please, tell me the time: my watch….

a) stopped, b) has stopped, c) have stopped, d) stops, e) are stopping

8. Do you know when he…?

a) comes, b) shall come, c) come, d) will come, e) coming

9. His parents didn’t let him … TV late.

a) to watch, b) watch, c) watching, s) watched, e) being watched

10. Ted is good in football but Rick is….

a) better, b) good, c) gooder, d) best, e) well

11. …”Romeo and Juliet”? – Not yet.

a) did you see, b) do you see, c) have you see, d) had you seen, e) have you seen

12. Next June my cousin … from higher school.

a) graduate, b) will graduate, c) graduated, d) has graduated, e) will be graduated

13. Are you interested … working for him?

a) at, b) with, c) in, d) for, e) of

14. Put … sugar into your tea.

a) some, b) any, c) none, d) not any, e) many

15. I…my book here but I cannot find it now.

a) put, b) has put, c) had put, d) putted, e) have put

16. Mother … the dinner by the time Peter came.

a) has cooked, b) cooked, c) cook, d) had cooked, e) was cooked

17. You … work hard at your English if you want to pass the exam.

a) may, b) must, c) might, d) could, e) are able

18. Do you like … milk with your tea?

a) few, b) some, c) many, d) a few, e) a lot

19. They … yet.

a) haven’t arrived, b) didn’t arrive, c) didn’t arrived, d) hadn’t arrived, e) don’t arrive

20. When I entered the room they…to music.

a) have listened, b) listened, c) was listening, d) listening, e) were listening

21. Explain what you would do if this thing happened: You found a wallet in the street.

22. On what conditions would you do the following thing? When would you be rude to a stranger?

23. Rephrase the following sentences using if. You don’t want to marry me because you don’t love me.

24. Change the sentence into reported speech: Alison said to Mary: “Don’t disturb my dog any more”.

25. What can you write about “pizza” and it’s history

 

TEST-2

1. You’ll be here tomorrow, …?

a) you won’t, b) you aren’t, c) won’t you, d) aren’t you, e) will you

2. I hope I’ve got … mistakes in my test today.

a) little, b) less, c) fewest, d) fewer, e) least

3. I have two rooms. One is a bedroom, and … is a sitting room.

a) other, b) the other, c) another, d) others, e) the others

4. They made their children … the flat.

a) clean, b) to clean, c) cleaning, d) to be cleaned, e) cleaned

5. We all … mistakes when we are wrong.

a) did, b) made, c) do, d) done, e) make

6. I’ll give him the book back as soon as he … it.

a) will want, b) wants, c) wanted, d) does want, e) want

7. When the phone rang I … a bath.

a) was having, b) had, c) have been having, d) having had, e) having

8. If it … rain we’ll have a party outside.

a) won’t, b) wouldn’t, c) didn’t, d) doesn’t, e) will

9. You must read …Chapter 5 at … home.

a) a/-, b) the/the, c) -/-, d) a/the, e) -/the

10. The T-shirt if made … cotton.

a) of, b) with, c) from, d) for, e) off

11. Nobody heard him … the house.

a) to leave, b) leave, c) be leaving, d) left, e) had left

12. …there any news in your father’s letter?

a) are, b) were, c) have, d) is, e) has

13. … something strange in her appearance.

a) this is, b) there is, c) that is, d) it is, e) is

14. Don’t go out. It … hard.

a) rain, b) rains, c) is raining, raining, e) had raining

15. Have you bought the new text-book …?

a) yet, b) ever, c) just, d) never, e) since

16. She … the article and wants to show it to the teacher.

a) was translating, b) translated, c) has translated, d) translate, e) translates

17. This text consists … a number of short chapters.

a) -, b) of, c) in, d) from, e) for

18. Jane is as… as her elder sister.

a) taller, b) tallest, c) much taller, d) tall, e) the tallest

19. I know him … a talented actor.

a) is, b) was, c) were, d) be, e) to be

20. Peter … Mary that he was going away.

a) said, b) talked, c) spoke, d) told, e) asked

21. Explain what you would do if this thing happened: You heard a strange shouting for help.

22. On what conditions would you do the following thing? When would you shout ‘help’?

23. Rephrase the following sentences using if. I don’t eat that kind of food because I don’t like it.

24. Change the sentence into reported speech: Alison said to Mary: “I can still hear the music you play in the evenings and it is very loud”.

25. What can you write about food importance in our life?

 

 

TEST-3

1. The delegation … to arrive next Monday.

a) is reported, b) to be reported, c) reported, d) reports, e) is reporting

2. How old … when you got married?

a) are you, b) will you be, c) were you, d) have you been, d) had you been

3. Is there … strange in what she is saying?

a) some, b) anything, c) any, d) no, e) something

4. There wasn’t … in the garden.

a) some people, b) somebody, c) nobody, d) no people, e) anybody

5. If he … in Moscow, he’ll visit us.

a) is, b) will be, c) would be, d) were, e) being

6. They found the … key.

a) losing, b) having lost, c) being lost, d) lost, e) had lost

7. Who are these people? - … our foreign guests.

a) it is, b) they are, c) there are, d) there is, e) them are

8. … post man comes every morning.

a) a, b) -, c) the, d) an

9. Sam had to take his exam one more time, …he?

a) had, b) hadn’t, c) did, d) didn’t, e) was

10. We should go to the country if the weather …fine.

a) is, b) was, c) were, d) will be, e) has been

11. I wonder what time … now.

a) it is, b) is it, c) it has been, d) it was, e) will it be

12. His sister is fond … music.

a) in, b) at, c) with, d) of, e) for

13. Hurry up, the train … in a minute.

a) will be left, b) is leaving, c) was leaving, d) has left, e) is left

14. Bill … to arrive at the station at 5.

a) must, b) should, c) is, d) will be, e) have

15. Which book shall I give you? - … book you like.

a) some, b) no, c) anything, d) any, e) something

16. He is … man who robbed the bank.

a) the, b) a, c) an, d) –

17. I must … this work today.

a) make, b) be making, c) have do, d) to do, e) do

18. The more you do now, the … will be left for tomorrow.

a) more, b) much, c) little, d) less, e) many

19. We were sorry we … the bus.

a) miss, b) missed, c) had missed, d) have missed, e) missing

20. What would you do if you … me?

a) was, b) were, c) will be, d) would be, e) have been

21. Explain what you would do if this thing happened: You were offered a job in China in three years.

22. On what conditions would you do the following thing? When would you ring up the fire-brigade?

23. Rephrase the following sentences using if. Jack has no chance of passing the exam because he never studies.

24. Change the sentence into reported speech: Alison said to Mary: “If you disturb me and my dog again, I’ll call the police.”

25. How do we call the meat of cows, hogs and sheep? And what does meat consist mainly?

 

 

TEST-4

 

1. We have not decided yet when we … into the new flat.

a) move, b) moved, c) shall move, d) would move, e) shall be move

2. I understood how … I knew about England and felt ashamed..

a) many, b) little, c) much, d) few, e) a little

3. Nobody likes …at.

a) to be laughed, b) to laugh, c) laughing, d) laughed, e) be laughing

4. We are going to the cinema … Saturday.

a) in, b) at, c) for, d) on, e) from

5. The children enjoyed … in the garden.

a) play, b) playing, c) to play, d) played, e) be playing

6. Moscow has … beautiful buildings and monuments.

a) a lot, b) much, c) a great deal, d) many, e) more

7. Jimmy couldn’t come to the lesson, …?

a) could he, b) couldn’t he, c) did he, d) didn’t he, e) can he

8. When … from the University?

a) did you graduated, b) have you graduated, c) did you graduate, d) were you graduating

9. It’s very cold today. Don’ t forget to put … your coat.

a) off, b) of, c) out, d) up, e) on

10. Pete is …boy I’ve ever met.

a) most handsome, b) a most handsome, c) most the handsome, d) the most handsome,

e) handsomest

11. She wanted to know where … spend her holidays.

a) will she, b) she would, c) she will, d) would she, e) should she

12. The plane … to have landed.

a) announced, b) announce, c) be announced, d) was announced, e) announces

13. This is the picture of … town where I was born.

a) -, b) the, c) an, d) a

14. I’m afraid we can do … to help him.

a) nothing, b) anything, c) everything, d) something, e) no

15. …Petrovs have moved into a new flat.

a) -, b) a, c) the, d) an

16. …time I meet her she is walking with a dog.

a) every. b) some, c) anything, d) all, e) no

17. He … gets up very early, he isn’t an early riser.

a) always, b) never, c) often, d) usually, e) normally

18. The clock … stopped.

a) is, b) -, c) has, d) was, e) had

19. The episode isn’t worth …

a) mention, b) to be mentioned, c) to mention, d) being mentioned, e) mentioning

20. This book can be found in … library, you’ll have no problems.

a) some, b) no, c) none, d) any, e) much

21. Explain what you would do if this thing happened: Someone you had never seen before said ‘I love you’.

22. On what conditions would you do the following thing? When would you borrow money from a stranger?

23. Rephrase the following sentences using if. Perhaps I’ll have time. If so, I’ll come and see you.

24. Change the sentence into reported speech: Alison said to Mary: “What do want to talk to me about?”

25. What can you write about favorite drinks of Kazakh and how they are made?

 

 

TEST-5

 

1. I have never seen …an interesting film!

a) so, b) such, c) very, d) too, e) much

2. Who … to take part in our concert?

a) does want, b) do want, c) want, d) wants, e) wanting

3. The policeman asked me if I … the car accident.

a) have seen, b) saw, c) had seen, d) had been seen, e) have been seen

4. You had to stay at home yesterday, … ?

a) isn’t it, b) had you, c) hadn’t you, d) wasn’t you, e) didn’t you

5. Isaac Newton is … men in the history of science.

a) one of the greatest, b) greatest, c) the greatest one, d) the one greatest, e) one of greatest

6. For breakfast they usually have cornflakes with… .

a) the milk and the sugar, b) a milk and a sugar, c) milks and sugars, d) milk and sugar

7. By the time he was 25 Alexander the Great … the whole east.

a) was conquered, b) had been conquered, c) conquered, d) had conquered, e) was conquering

8. Parents want their children … .

a) be happy, b) happy, c) to be happy, d) being happy, e) be happying

9. Six public holidays ….. in Britain.

a) celebrate, b) are celebrated, c) are celebrating, d) are celebrate, e) celebrating

10. … has lived in this old house for a long time.

a) some, b) nobody, c) anybody, d) anything, e) any

11. If what you say is true, there is … we can do about it.

a) a little, b) few, c) a few, d) little, e) small

12. Who … you to play tennis?

a) taught, b) did teach, c) teach, d) have taught, e) did taught

13. This is …dress I’ve ever seen.

a) the expensivest, b) the more expensive, c) the most expensive, d) most expensive

14. The guide told us … the river water unboiled.

a) to not drink, b) not to drink, c) don’t drink, d) to do not drink, e) not drink

15. He didn’t answer … his question.

a) on, b) to, c) at, d) -, e) for

16. Her husband was a bank manager, …?

a) wasn’t he, b) was he, c) didn’t he, d) did he, e) was he been

17. I’ll ring you up as soon as I … home.

a) will come, b) come, c) would come, d) came, e) should come

18. I would have passed the exam if I … hard at my English.

a) work, b) worked, c) had worked, d) was working, e) had been worked

19. Margaret’s dress was made … blue silk.

a) with, b) off, c) out from, d) of, e) by

20. When … the train … yesterday?

a) did/arrived, b) did/ arrive, c) had/arrived, d) have/arrived, e) was/arrived

21. Explain what you would do if this thing happened: Someone insulted you.

22. On what conditions would you do the following thing? When would you steal food from a shop?

23. Rephrase the following sentences using if. Perhaps I’ll get a better job. I’ll earn more then.

24. Change the sentence into reported speech: Alison said to Mary: “Can we talk about this later?”

25. What do you know about diet difference around the world and write its economic difference of food?

 

 

TEST-6

1. The news… so pleasant, that she couldn’t help smiling.

a) be, b) was, c) had been, d) has been, e) were

2. Your father’s sister is your ….

a) niece, b) cousin, c) sister, d) aunt, e) granny

3. … we went we saw the same posters.

a) somewhere, b) nowhere, c) any, d) some, e) everywhere

4. She left the room and shut the door behind ….

a) herself, b) her, c) by herself, d) for herself, e) herselves

5. My sister enjoys ….

a) to dance, b) dance, c) dancing, d) danced, e) be dancing

6. My farther is 3 years … than my mother.

a) old, b) older, c) oldest, d) elder, e) more older

7. We … our things the whole day yesterday.

a) were packing, b) packed, c) has been packing, d) was packing, e) are packing

8. It is difficult to name all … entertainment possibilities in … USA.

a) -/a, b) -/-, c) -/the, d) the/the, e) the/-

9. I like books … have a lot of pictures.

a) which, b) when, c) who, d) where, e) what

10. You are not seventeen, …?

a) aren’t you, b) do you, c) don’t you, d) are not you, e) are you

11. When the phone rang, I… dinner.

a) cook, b) was cooking, c) had been cooking, d) have been cooking, e) cooked

12. He usually had dinner at 4 p.m., …?

a) had he, b) hadn’t he, c) did he, d) didn’t he, e) was he

13. Did you read … English books at school?

a) some, b) many, c) much, d) little, e) none

14. I want to know what ….

a) are you doing, b) were you doing, c) will you do, d) you are doing, e) you will doing

15. We … two compositions this month.

a) write, b) wrote, c) were writing, d) have written, e) are writing

16. I had a feeling that somebody… there before.

a) is, b) was, c) had been, d) has been, e) was being

17. Please, tell me the time: my watch….

a) stopped, b) has stopped, c) have stopped, d) stops, e) are stopping

18. Do you know when he…?

a) comes, b) shall come, c) come, d) will come, e) coming

19. His parents didn’t let him … TV late.

a) to watch, b) watch, c) watching, s) watched, e) being watched

20. Ted is good in football but Rick is….

a) better, b) good, c) gooder, d) best, e) well

21. Explain what you would do if this thing happened: You saw a strange light in the sky, which looked like a flying saucer.

22. On what conditions would you do the following thing? When would you knock on your neighbor’s door after midnight?

23. Rephrase the following sentences using if. Perhaps it’ll rain. If so, we’ll cancel the picnic.

24. Change the sentence into reported speech: Alison said to Mary: “Are you crazy? I don’t disturb your dog. He disturbs me.

25. What do you know about diet difference around the world and write its religious difference of food?

 

Irregular verbs

Infinitive Past Simple Participle 2 Participle 1 Translation
to be was/were been being быть, находиться
to beat beat beaten beating бить
to begin began begun beginning начинать (ся)
to bend bent bent bending гнуть
to blow blew blown blowing дуть
to break broke broken breaking ломать
to bring brought brought bringing приносить
to build built built building строить
to buy bought bought buying покупать
to catch caught caught catching ловить
to choose chose chosen choosing выбирать
to cut cut cut cutting резать, рубить
to dive dived/dove dived diving нырять
to do did done doing делать
to draw drew drawn drawing рисовать, тащить
to drink drank drunk drinking пить
to drive drove driven driving вести
to eat ate eaten eating есть, кушать
to fall fell fallen falling падать
to feel felt felt feeling чувствовать
to fight fought fought fighting бороться, драться
to find found found finding находить, выяснять
to fly flew flown flying летать
to forbid forbade forbidden forbidding запрещать
to forget forgot forgotten forgetting забывать
to forgive forgave forgiven forgiving прощать
to freeze froze frozen freezing замораживать
to get got got getting получать, становиться
to give gave given giving давать
to go went gone going ехать, идти
to grow grew grown growing расти, выращивать
to hang hung hung hanging висеть, вешать
to have had had having иметь
to hear heard heard hearing слышать
to hit hit hit hitting удалять
to hold held held holding держать
to hurt hurt hurt hurting повредить
to know knew known knowing знать
to lay laid laid laying накрывать
to lead lead lead leading вести
to leap leapt/leaped leapt/leaped leaping прыгать, скакать
to leave left left leaving покидать, оставлять
to lend lent lent lending давать взаймы
to let let let letting позволять
to lie lay lain lying лежать
to light lit lit lighting зажигать
to lose lost lost losing терять
to make made made making делать
to meet met met meeting встречать(ся)
to pay paid paid paying платить
to put put put putting класть, ставить
to read read read reading читать
to ride rode ridden riding ехать(верхом)
to ring rang rung ringing звонить, звенеть
to rise rose risen rising поднимать
to run ran run running бежать
to say said said saying говорить, сказать
to see saw seen seeing видеть
to sell sold sold selling продавать
to send sent sent sending посылать, отправлять
to shake shook shaken shaking трясти
to shine shone shone shining светить, сиять
to shoot shot shot shooting стрелять, снимать
to show showed shown showing показывать
to sing sang sung singing петь
to sink sank sunk sinking тонуть
to sit sat sat sitting сидеть
to sleep slept slept sleeping спать
to speak spoke spoken speaking говорить, разговаривать
to spend spent spent spending тратить, проводить
to stand stood stood standing стоять
to steal stole stolen stealing воровать, украсть
to stick stuck stuck sticking прилипать
to strike struck struck striking бить, ударять
to sweep swept swept sweeping мести, подметать
to swim swam swum swimming плавать
to take took taken taking взять, брать
to teach taught taught teaching учить, учиться
to tear tore torn tearing рвать
to tell told told telling сказать, сообщать
to think thought thought thinking думать
to throw threw thrown throwing бросать, кидать
to wake woke woken waking будить, просыпаться
to wear wore worn wearing носить
to weep wept wept weeping плакать
to win won won winning побеждать

to write wrote written writing Писать
         

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Content

Text Grammar Page
Food and cooking Passive Voice: 1)Present Indefinite Passive 2)Past Indefinite Passive   6-9
Sources of food Passive Voice: 1) Future Simple Passive 2) Present Continuous Passive 3) Past Continuous Passive 4) Present Perfect Passive 5) Past Perfect Passive 6) Future Perfect Passive 9-13
Food from animals Revision: Passive Voice 13-15
The food of the Nomad Question tags (Disjunctive questions) 16-19
How the body uses food Reported speech: Positive sentences 19-22
Why diets differ around the world (part 1) Reported Speech: Order To say, to tell, to ask 22-26
Why diets differ around the world (part 2) Reported Speech: Questions 26-29
  Grammar Revision. Passive Voice, Question tags, Reported Speech 29-32
The food industry Verb+ -ing or Gerund 32-36
History of Chocolate Verb+ to or Infinitive 36-41
Food transportation and food marketing Verb (+ object) + to … To make and to let 41-45
Problems with frozen foods Verb + -ing or to ... (remember/regret etc.) 45-48
  Revision: Infinitive and Gerund 48-50
Interesting Facts about British Food Conditional sentence 1 50-54
Poisonous Foods we like to eat Conditional sentence 2 (If I knew ... I wish I knew ...) 54-61
Discover a few interesting facts that You May Not Know. Conditional sentence 3 (If I had known I wish I had known) 61-66
History of Tomatoes Phrasal verbs: form and meaning 66-71
  Revision for all materials 71-81
Popcorn  
Popcorn Balls  
The Healthy Eating Pyramid   82-87
Kazakhstan’s cuisine   87-88
Kazakhstan’s Food and drink   88-92
Meals in Britain (1)   92-93
Meals in Britain (2)   93-94
British Cuisine   94-95
Spirits in Ireland   95-96
Traditional American Food   96-97
The Story of “McDonald's” and “Coca-Cola”   97-98
World Food Kazakhstan: A Focus on the Food Industry   98-100
Trade recovering in Kazakhstan   100-101
A review of the food and beverage market in Kazakhstan   101-102
Kazakhstan to Launch Its Own Infant Food Production  
Kazakhstan to Develop Winemaking   103-104
Source: Kazakhstan Today  
Kazakhstan: A 200-Hectare Food Terminal Being Built Near Astana  
Halal-Industry Association Established in Kazakhstan   105-106
Second Record Bumper Harvest over Last Five Years in Kazakhstan – About 21 Million Tons in Store – Nazarbayev   106-107
Exam tests Exam tests   108-115
  Irregular verbs 116-117
Bibliography  
Contents   119-120

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