Наркотики в желудке и носках



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Наркотики в желудке и носках




В аэропорту Шереметьево задержан «глотатель» из Узбекистана.

48-летний гражданин Республики Узбекистан прибыл из Ташкента в столицу с 59 контейнерами наркотиков общей массой 622 грамма, преимущественно героина. Наркокурьер вёз контрабанду в брюшной полости и носках. Узбек вину признал, сейчас он находится под стражей. Возбуждено уголовное дело.


 

 


Speaking

Task 22.Make as many sentences as possible.

Passing through the Customs passengers MUST…

HAVE TO…

SHOULD…

CAN …


Task 23. Discuss the following:

What would happen : 1) if there were no Red and Green Channel system?

2) if countries opened their borders to everyone?

Task 24. Get ready to speak on the topic. Use the vocabulary of the unit.

Communication activities.

Task 25.Read and role play short dialogues:

 

1) - Where is your customs declaration? Show it, please.

- Here it is.

- Crosses and dashes are not allowed in the declaration.

- Will you take a new form? Fill it once again, please.


- All right.

 

2) - Have you filled in your declaration?

- Of course.

- You failed to write the data and sign it.

-O.K.Thanks.


 

3) - Will you show me your declaration?

- With pleasure.

- Be careful when filling in the form. Will you read all the points

carefully and write down all your answers in words?

-Certainly.

 



Task 26.Match right and left.

 


1. Go to the red channel… a) on the table in the middle of the hall.

2. Go to the green channel… b) and then go through the Customs.

3. You should fill in your declaration c) if you have something to declare.


first…

4. Let me see… d) if you have nothing to declare.

5. You can find forms… e) what you have.

 

Task 27.Make up dialogues on the topics below and act them out:

 

1) Explain to your friend who is going abroad, how it is necessary to fill in the customs declaration.

 

2) Your friend is going abroad by air for the first time. Explain to him the system of going through the customs.


VOCABULARY

the dual-channel system система двойного канала
to introduce зд. вводить в действие
to deal иметь дело, справляться
efficient / efficiently эффективный / эффективно
to increase / increasing расти, возрастать / возрастающий
to reduce сокращать, снижать
effectiveness эффективность
for commercial purposes для коммерческих целей
to indicate обозначать, указывать
«Nothing to declare» «Нет товаров, подлежащих декларированию»
to operate зд. применять, использовать
to function функционировать, действовать
description наименование, описание
means средство, способ
panel стенд, табло
leaflet информационный листок / листовка
to distribute распространять, раздавать
tourist agencies туристические агентства
subject зд. объект, предмет
spot check syn. random check выборочная проверка
to exercise осуществлять, проводить
reason причина, основание
to ascertain устанавливать, выяснять
journey syn. trip поездка, путешествие
drug production area регион, где производятся наркотики
to link сопоставлять, связывать
up-to-date современный, текущий
transaction / transactions сделка / протоколы
to facilitate облегчать, способствовать
disposal распоряжение
damage ущерб, повреждение, вред
firm (adj.)   твердый, непоколебимый, настойчивый
fair   справедливый, честный, беспристрастный
i.e. = id est (лат.) то есть = т.е.

UNIT 7

PASSENGER CUSTOMS DECLARATION FORM

Text 1

Task 1. Read and translate the text.

Russia like almost all countries has certain formalities through which passengers must pass. They include passport and visa control and customs inspection of passengers’ baggage.

Almost all countries have forms that the passenger must fill in. Incoming passengers fill in an entry declaration form, outgoing passengers fill in an exit declaration form which is to be presented to the customs officer. The pointsof the declaration must be answered in full words in block letters. The passenger is to fill in his full name, citizenship, country of residence, country of destination, etc. The passenger must also declare prohibited, restricted and dutiable articles that he is carrying across the border. Information must be presented both in figures and in words. Personal belongings are brought in and taken out duty free and need not be declared.

If the passenger understates the value of an article or misrepresentsthe article in his declaration form, he may have to pay a penalty in addition to payment of duty. The article can be detained and confiscated if the penalty is not paid. If in doubt about the value of an article, the passenger should declare it and then ask the customs officer for assistance in valuing it.

Undeclared foreign currency in cash found during the search is liable to confiscation as smuggling.

The customs officer may ask the passenger to open his baggage for inspection, because the customs officer always has the right to check if the passenger is complying with the regulations and that he is not transporting goods exceedingthe quantities for which no formalities are required. The owner of the baggage must answer all the questions of the officer-in-charge on the contents of his baggage and must presentany article for examination. It is the passenger’s responsibility to unpack,open and repack hisbelongings.

The entry declaration must be kept by the passenger for the duration of the stay in the country or abroad and must be presented together with the exit declaration on the way back. It can’t be renewed in case of loss.


Working on the text

Task 2. Put the words into the correct column according to the pronunciation:

channel, transaction, issue, cultural, mission, violation, valuation, manufacture, efficient, commission, essential, prosecution

[ t∫ ] [ ∫ ]
channel transaction

Task 3. a) Translate the following words and phrases and learn their pronunciation.


b) Explain the meaning of the underlined expressions.


- incoming/outgoing

- entry/exit declaration

- points

- in full words

- in block letters

- citizenship

- country of residence

- country of destination

- in figures and in words

- personal belongings

- to understate

- to misrepresent

- to pay a penalty

- to detain

- foreign currency

- (in) cash




Task 4. Find in the text English equivalents of the following:

паспортнo-визовый контроль; таможенный досмотр багажа; заполнить въездную/выездную декларацию; задекларировать облагаемые пошлиной предметы; ввозить и вывозить беспошлинно; помимо уплаты пошлины; помощь в оценке товара; незадекларированная иностранная валюта; во время досмотра; соблюдать правила; на протяжении пребывания в стране; на обратном пути; в случае утери не возобновляется



Task 5. Look through the text and find antonyms to the following words:


- incoming passenger

- entry declaration

- dutiable articles

- to bring in

- to break laws

- to exclude

- to leave

- to overstate

- to unpack

- to arrive


 

Task 6.Look through the text and complete the table:

Formalities Points of the declaration Passengers’ responsibilities Customs violations
passport control   full name to fill in the declaration smuggling

Task 7. Find the words in the text that follow the words below:

a) to include __________

b) to fill in __________

c) to declare __________

d) to understate __________

e) to misrepresent ___________

f) to pay __________

g) to exceed __________

h) to present __________

Task 8. Answer the questions:

1. What are certain formalities through which passengers must pass?

2. What do incoming/outgoing passengers fill in?

3. How must the points of the declaration be answered?

4. What document is the passenger to fill in?

5. What must the passenger declare?

6. What happens if the passenger understates the value of the article or misrepresents it in his declaration?

7. In what case can the article be detained and confiscated?

8. What is liable to confiscation as smuggling?

9. How does a customs officer check if the passenger is complying with the regulations?

10. How long must the entry declaration be kept?

Task 9. Translate the sentences from Russian into English:

 

1. Пассажиры, прибывающие в страну, обычно заполняют въездную декларацию.

2. Пассажиры, выезжающие из страны, заполняют выездную декларацию, которая должна предъявляться таможенному инспектору.

3. Все пункты декларации должны заполняться полными словами печатными буквами.

4. В декларации пассажир должен указать свое полное имя, гражданство, страну проживания, страну назначения и другие сведения.

5. Пассажир должен также задекларировать запрещенные, ограниченные к ввозу/вывозу и облагаемые пошлиной предметы, которые он провозит через границу.

6. Личные вещи ввозятся и вывозятся беспошлинно и не подлежат декларированию.

7. Предмет может быть изъят или конфискован, если штраф не уплачен.

8. Незадекларированная наличная валюта, найденная при досмотре, подлежит конфискации как контрабанда.

9. Этого пассажира досматривают уже в течение часа. Полагаю, он имеет в багаже незадекларированные предметы, которые были обнаружены после применения технических средств контроля.

 


Task 10. Complete the sentences in English:

 

The declaration form 1) заполняется полными словами.

2) подписывается пассажиром.

3) предъявляется таможеннику.

4) просматривается таможенником.

5) возвращается пассажиру.

6) хранится во время пребывания в стране.

 

Text 2

Task 11. a) Read and translate the text.

PRIZED VIOLIN GROUNDED BY RED TAPE*


Just like Michael Jackson, who once tried to take a Cossak saber out of Russia, U.S. violinist Ernesto Farago ran up against Russia’s peculiar laws on antiques when he tried to take his musical instrument out of the country.

Mr. Farago’s 1940 Italian violin was detained by customs officials at Sheremetyevo airport on the suspicion that he was trying to smuggle it out of Russia.

The incident seems to have been the result of misunderstanding.

Mr. Farago, speaking from his home in Springfield, Virginia, said that he failed to declare his instrument, worth $28,000 because he had been misinformed by customs officials in the arrival terminal.

“I was told by an officer that if I was bringing in the instrument for professional purposes, there was no need for me to declare it,” said Mr. Farago, who had visited Russia to play two concerts in Voronezh.

He has now been separated from his beloved violin for nearly a month, but the saga should soon end happily.

The Culture Ministry received a document from U.S. confirming that this instrument belongs to Mr. Farago and is ready to issue permission to take the instrument out of the country. The Ministry official in charge of the export and import of items of cultural and historical value said that all problems could have been avoided if Mr. Farago had declared the instrument upon his arrival.

It says on the customs declaration form that all valuables of a historical and cultural nature should be declared. This is so they can be taken out of the country again.


(from “Moscow Times”)

*Red tape – official rules that seem unnecessary and prevent things from being

done quickly and easily (syn. bureaucracy)

b) Make a glossary. Choose seven words to remember.

c) Answer the questions:

1. What happened to Ernesto Farago at Sheremetyevo airport?

2. What was the passenger accused of?

3. Why was the violin detained?

4. Why didn’t Mr. Farago declare his violin?

5. How long did the investigation last?

6. What was Mr. Farago’s mistake?

7. Has the violin been returned to its owner?

8. What can you say about the customs officer who had misinformed

Mr.Farago?

9. What customs regulations can you remember in respect of this incident?

10. Do you think such cases are common?

11. What should be done to avoid such misunderstandings?

 

Task 12.Sum up the information from the newspaper article:

a) Comment on the situation from the point of view of:

 

- Mr. Farago;

- a customs officer from Sheremetyevo airport;

- a Federal Customs Service official;

- a Culture Ministry official;

- a U.S. CBP official;

- the violin;

 

b) write a brief report for TV news program.

 

 

Vocabulary and Grammar

Task 13. Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions, if necessary. Find false statements and correct them.

1) Before you illegally enter _______ the country you will have to pass _______ certain formalities _______ Foreign Exchange Office.

2) Don’t fail to fill _______ an exit declaration form ______ full words ______ block letters.

3) Remember that you are to declare _______ duty free articles and personal belongings when you bring them ______ or take them _______ of the country. 4) To comply _______ the regulations you shouldn’t declare foreign currency. 5) Money presented ______ inspection is liable ______ confiscation.

6) The officer-in-charge must answer ______ all the questions _______ the owner of the baggage _______ the contents of the X-ray machine.

7) Any document can be renewed ______ case _______ loss.

 

Task 14.a)Findverbs in the text which correspond to the following definitions:

a) to get free by doing what is necessary (signing papers, paying duties) when entering/leaving the country _______________

b) to make a statement of dutiable goods brought into the country _______________

c) to write one’s name and other particulars required to make the form

complete _______________

d) to hide, to keep secret _______________

e) to keep back, to prevent from leaving or going forward when suspected of wrong-doing _______________

f) to take possession of private property without compensation or payment

_______________

g) to look at something carefully in order to learn about it_____________

h) to limit something that a person may use for foreign travel _____________

i) to carry more than one has authority to carry ________________

j) to act in accordance with a request or command _______________

 

b) Use five of these verbs to write sentences of your own.

 

Task 15.Revise the rule on IF/WHEN-clauses and complete the sentences:

1) It won’t take you long to pass through the Customs IF …..

2) You will be legally free to enter the country WHEN …..

AS SOON AS …..

AFTER …..

3) The customs officer won’t let you through IF …..

UNTIL …..

BEFORE …..

Task 16.Put a question tag at the end of the following sentences:

Model: He works in shifts, doesn’t he?

Study the exceptions: Let’s go, shall we?

Do it yourself, will you?

Don’t be late, will you?

I am expected, aren’t I?

Everybody is present, aren’t they?

1. Don’t drop the package, __________?

2. Customs declaration can’t be renewed, __________?

3. Let’s have a break, __________?

4. Russia has certain customs formalities, __________?

5. There are a lot of people at the airport, __________?

6. Everybody is ready to check in for the flight, __________?

7. It isn’t my responsibility to open suitcases, __________?

8. Let’s check that baggage with the dog, __________?

9. You are on business in Moscow, __________?

10. Formalities include passport control, __________?

11. Show me your cash, __________?

12. You have got a camera, _________?

13. I am through, __________?

14. Undeclared money is liable to confiscation, __________?

15. You filled in the entry declaration upon arrival, _________?

Task 17.a) Unscramble these words.

LMSFAIIOTRE - _______________

HLEOYCGOTN - _______________

AEECCMOLNNT- _______________

b) Use all three words to make a sentence of your own.

Task 18.Find 20 words from Units 6 and 7.

D E S C R I P T I O N D
E A Y H O W A R N V T I
T L S A A A P A C I O S
A L T N D T A V L O U T
I O E N T R Y E U L R R
N W M E D E A L D A I I
L A B L E A F L E T S B
O N C O D T U E X I T U
S C A S H E N F P O R T
S E G R E S I D E N C E
D A M A G E O C R I M E
H D E S T I N A T I O N

Task 19. a) Make a written translation of the text and think about the title for it.

The electronic customs declaration of goods, i.e. when goods are declared at a customs office by submitting a customs declaration in electronic form via the electronic communications channels, is widely practiced in the world today. In Russia, the first electronic customs declaration was submitted in 2002.

The advantages of the Internet declaration are that there is usually no need for the declarant to be personally present at the customs office, and that customs clearance is performed rather quickly, taking as little as 15 minutes to release the goods after the e-declaration is sent out. Also, after sending the e-declaration, the declarant receives electronic notifications concerning all the stages of the declaration movement: receipt at the customs office, acceptance, release, etc.

However, using the Internet declaration is not as simple as merely switching on the Internet. The declarant must sign the relevant agreement with the Federal Customs Service, and his information systems must meet certain information security requirements and pass a special test.

Task 20.Make a written translation of the text into English.

Студент пытался провезти в желудке кило кокаина

Таможенники в аэропорту Манчестера были поражены, увидев прилетевшего чернокожего студента. Парень бережно поддерживал руками свой живот, вздутый, как у женщины на пятом месяце беременности.

Подозрительного субъекта задержали и просветили на рентгене. Оказалось, что в желудке у него запрятано 67 упаковок с кокаином общим весом 1 килограмм. Содержимое желудка пассажира по стоимости тянуло на 300 тысяч евро – абсолютный рекорд. Наркокурьеров с такой богатой «начинкой» британцам ловить ещё не приходилось.

Студент заявил, что понятия не имел, что это наркотики. «Я думал, глотаю что-то другое и провезу в Британию в виде подарка другу», - лепетал задержанный. Ответом ему был дружный смех таможенников.

 

Speaking

Task 21. Complete the following sentences:

1. The customs formalities include . . .

2. To declare an item is to …

3. The points of the declaration must be answered . . .

4. The passenger is to fill in . . .

5. The passenger must also declare . . .

6. Personal belongings are brought in and . . .

7. If the passenger understates the value of the article . . .

8. Undeclared foreign currency in cash found . . .

9. The customs officer may ask the passenger to open . . .

10. The owner of the baggage must answer . . .

11. The declaration must be kept . . .

 

Task 22. Make up short dialogues between a customs officer and a passenger discussing the following points:

 

1) the formalities through which incoming/outgoing passengers must pass;

2) the main points of the declaration;

3) the way the declaration should be filled in;

4) prohibited, restricted and dutiable articles.

Task 23. Get ready to speak on the topic. Use the vocabulary of the unit.

 

Communication activities.

Task 24. What questions would you ask passengers on arrival?

 

- Where have you arrived from?

- What time is it by your watch?

- What’s the purpose of your visit?

- Are you travelling alone?

- Do you use any drugs?

- Where did you buy your ticket?

- What type of business are you involved in?

- What is your wife’s name?

- Is this all your baggage?

- What is your occupation?

- What is your home address?

- Is it real turquoise in your ring?

 

 

Task 25. The class is to be divided into four or five groups. The teacher will give you an article about the Customs. The article is divided into a similar number of parts. Each group will receive one part of the article and try to estimate the position of their part in the article as a whole (whether it is likely to be from the beginning middle or en). The class negotiates the reassembling of the article. The group believing themselves to have the first part of the article retells it for the rest of the class to record the essential points. The group believing themselves to have the second piece follows and so on. The class then goes on to discuss whether or not the correct order has been established. When an agreement is reached, each student should attempt to write the summary of the article in full and discuss the possible contents of the article.

 

 

Task 26. Make up short dialogues discussing the following points:

1) the formalities through which incoming/outgoing passengers must pass;

2) the main points of the declaration;

3) dutiable, prohibited and restricted articles.


VOCABULARY

form бланк, типовая форма
incoming / outgoing passenger прибывающий / убывающий пассажир
entry / exit declaration form въездная / выездная декларация
point (n) пункт
in full words полными словами
in block letters печатными буквами
full name полное имя
citizenship гражданство
residence / resident проживание / житель
country of destination страна назначения
in figures and in words цифрами и прописью
personal belongings личные вещи
to bring in / bringing in ввозить / ввоз
to take out / taking out вывозить / вывоз
to state/ understate value заявлять, указывать / занижать стоимость
to misrepresent an article недостоверно декларировать вещь
to detain изымать, задерживать
to confiscate конфисковать
to doubt / doubt сомневаться / сомнение
to assist / assistance помогать / помощь
in cash наличными
to comply (with) соблюдать, исполнять, подчиняться
regulations правила, порядок, инструкция
to own / owner владеть / владелец
responsibility ответственность
to pack/unpack/repack упаковать / распаковать / переупаковать
to keep хранить, сохранять
for the duration of the stay во время пребывания
to stay / stay оставаться, пребывать / пребывание
to renew восстанавливать, возобновлять
in case of loss в случае утери

UNIT 8



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