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Choose the correct word to complete each sentence.
1. If he worked harder, he ……………… more successful.
a) would be b) will be
c) would have been d) will have been
2. Mike told that he ……….. sky diving. It wasn’t dangerous.”
a) likes b) liked
c) would d) had liked
3. Christine told that she really ……… water skiing the previous summer
a) enjoyed b) had enjoyed
c) has enjoyed d) enjoys
4. Julia asked Elena ………..she often went skiing
a) if b) that
c) - d) so
5. Rob asked if Mick …………..to Siena.
a) has ever been b) had ever been
c) was d) was been
6. Dave told that he ……….this CD before I played it.
a) hadn’t heard b) hasn’t heard
c) didn’t hear d) doesn’t hear
7. If you hadn’t used all the coffee, we …………. some left now.
a) would have b) have left
c) would left d) would’ve had
8. If you asked him, I’m sure he ……. us his camper van.
a) will lend b) lend
c) would lend d) would have lend
9. If they tried kayaking once, I’m sure they ……. it.
a) will enjoy b) would enjoy
c) enjoy d) would have enjoyed
10. If we’d left earlier, we …….. (not be) back so late.
a) would not been b) wouldn’t have been
c) will not been d) had been
11. Emily never ... horror films.
a) is watching b) has watched
c) watches c)has been watching
12. Jim ... vegetables for 2 hours.
a) picked has b) been picking
c) picks c) have picked
13. Who ... my personal letters all the years?
a) has read b) will read
c) read d) had been reading
14. ... you ... for a long time? No, I just came here.
a) Has / waited b)Are / waiting
c) Have / been waiting c) Do / wait
15. He is tired. He ... hard.
a) worked b) has been working
c) is working d) works
16. You must always ... yourself at school!
a) behave b) has behaved
c) behaves d) is behaving
17. Jo asked if the children …..enjoying themselves?
a) will b) were
c) had d) is
18. I want ….. this article.
a) your to read b) were reading
c) you to reading d) you to read
19. The student said it …….. not easy to study such subject as architecture.
A) is b) has been
c) was d) did
20. She ... three foreign languages.
a) is speaking b) has been speaking c) has spoken d) speaks
21. He ………… when we come back.
a) sleeps b) is sleeping c) will sleep d)would sleep
22. I never ……….a camel.
a) ride b) have ridden
c) rode d) had ridden
23. I think it will make ……….. the words.
a) his learn b) him to learn
c) him learn d) him learning
24. Sammy wanted to know how ……….. to travel to Spain?”
a) are we going b) we were going c) we are going d) were we going
25. When I arrived, Tom …..on the sofa and …….over the phone.
a) was sitting /speaking b) sat/ spoke c) sat/ was speaking d)sits/ speaks
26. I wasn’t hurry because I ………… breakfast.
a) have just had b) had just had
c) had breakfast d) have breakfast
27. We were late. The meeting ……… an hour before.
a) has started b) had started
c) started d) starts
28. My car …………… last night.
a) stole b) steal
c) was stolen d) has been stolen
29. Is this a very old film? Yes, it ………… in 1949.
a) made b) was made
c) had been made d) has been made
30. She has a very good job. She ……….. $ 3.000 a month.
a) has been paid b) is paid
c) was paid d) are paid
31. New car …….. yesterday.
a) was stolen b)was steal
c) is stolen d) had been stolen
32. A new hospital ………. by the end of the next year.
a) was built b) will be built
c) will have been built d) will built
33. The car ……….. repaired right now.
a) is repaired b) is being repaired
c) repairs d) is repair
34. Many modern buildings ……….. of glass and steel.
a) are made b) have been made
c) were made d) is made
35. The flat ……….. last week.
a) was sold b) has been sold
c) is sold d) sold
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The Subject Matter of Economics
No one comes to economics as a traveller to an unknown land. Much of our everyday experience is related to economics. Studying economics is directly connected with very important things that involve everyone, such as unemployment, inflation, wages, poverty, taxes, banks, foreign currencies. Economics is the science that deals with the production, distribution and consumption of wealth and with the various related problems of labour, finance, taxation etc. Economics is concerned with the economy or economic system. The economic system determines how the nation's resources of land, labour, machinery and raw materials are allocated and used. The problem of allocating resources is a central theme of economics, because most resources are scarce. The allocation of scarce resources and the distribution of the product of those resources are a major part of the subject matter of economics.
The distribution is determined by the amounts of money paid as wages, rent and other forms of income.
Economists use assumptions to build models, both for explanation and for prediction of economic events. They summarize conclusions on economic questions into economic principles. Western economists believe that all economic questions can be analyzed by examining the decisions of individuals and the outcome of those decisions made by people as consumers or as managers of firms. The Marxist analysis of Western economies is based on the interrelations between social classes – workers and capitalists.
Different economic systems answer the "what", "how" and "for whom"
questions differently. The main economic systems today are capitalism, socialism, communism, mixed economies and traditional economies.
Capitalism - is an economic system characterized by private ownership of most resources, goods and services. Capitalism relies on the market system to allocate resources, goods and services to their most highly used value. In capitalist economy what to produce is determined by consumers, how to produce is determined by profit seeking entrepreneurs, who maximize profit by producing in the most sufficient manner, and for whom to produce is determined by income and prices. In a capitalist system workers are generally paid according to how productive they are, and the distribution of income is unequal because people differ in their abilities.
Socialism - is an economic system characterized by government ownership of
resources other than labour and centralized economic decision making. Under the
socialist system the government authorities answer the "what", "how" and "for whom" questions. In socialist system government planners set wages and though wages are not equal for all workers, incomes tend to be more evenly distributed than in capitalist countries. In centrally planned economies government planners decide what goods will be produced and set the prices at which they are sold.
Communism - is an economic system in which all resources (including labour) are commonly owned and economic decisions making is centrally planned. According to communist theory, people contribute what they are able to the economy but receive what they need. In theory, this means that goods are produced for use rather than to earn profits and that everyone's needs are met.
Utility and Prices
Our basic needs are simple, but our additional individual wants are often very complex. Commodities of different kinds satisfy our wants in different ways. A banana, a bottle of medicine and a Textbook satisfy very different wants. The banana cannot satisfy the same wants as the Textbook. This characteristic of satisfying a want is known in economics as its utility. Utility, however, should not be confused with usefulness. For example, a submarine may or may not be useful in time of peace, but it satisfies a want. Many nations want submarines. Economists say that utility determines "the relationship between a consumer and a commodity. Utility varies between different people and between different nations. A vegetarian does not want meat, but may rate the utility of bananas very highly, while a meat-eater may prefer steak. A mountain-republic like Switzerland has little interest in submarines, while marine nations rate them highly. Utility varies not only in relation to individual tastes and to geography, but also in relation to time. In wartime, the utility of bombs is high, and the utility of pianos is low. Utility is therefore related to our decisions about priorities in production. The production of pianos falls sharply in wartime.
The utility of a commodity is also related to the quantity which is available to the consumer. If paper is freely available, people will not be so interested in buying too much of it. If there is an excess of paper, the relative demand for paper will go down. We can say that the utility of a commodity therefore decreases as the consumer's stock of that commodity increases. A special relationship exists between goods and services on the one hand, and a consumer and his money, on the other. The consumer's desire for a commodity tends to diminish as he buys more units of that commodity. Economists call this tendency the Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility.
Architecture, Construction, Ecology:
Its forms and Functions
Architecture is the art or science of planning, building and structures. Without consideration of structural principles, materials, social and economic requirements a building cannot take form. But without aesthetical quality inherent in its form a building cannot be considered as a work of architecture as well.
Architecture is an art. Its nowadays expression should be creative and consequently new. The heritage of the past cannot be ignored, but it must be expressed in modern terms.
Architecture is also a style or manner of building in a particular country or period of history. There are widely known examples of Gothic architecture all round the globe. During many centuries mankind admires the architecture of ancient Greece or Roman Empire as well.
Nearly two thousand years ago the Roman architect Vitruvius listed three basic factors and architecture. They are convenience, strength and beauty. These three factors have been present and are always interrelated in the best constructions till the 21st century.
This triple nature of architectural design is one of the reasons why architecture is a difficult art. It needs some unique type of imagination as well as long years of training and experience to make a designer capable of getting requite in the light of these three factors – use, construction and esthetic effect – simultaneously. The designer must have a good knowledge as of engineering as of building materials. The designer, in addition, must possess the creative imagination, which will enable him to integrate the plan and the construction into the harmonies whole. The architect’s feeling of satisfaction in achieving such integration is one of his/her/their greatest rewards.
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