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I.Translate the dialogue into Ukraine. CONTRACT (Mr Antonenko, engineer of Ukrexport, is having talks in Kyiv with Mr Brake of British Manganese Ltd

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(Mr Antonenko, engineer of Ukrexport, is having talks in Kyiv with Mr Brake of British Manganese Ltd. The British company is a regular importer of manganese from Ukraine and has often dealt with the Ukrainian trading organization. Mr Brake has been instructed by his firm to sign another contract for manganese.)

Brake Good afternoon! Nice to see you again, Mr Antonenko! You are looking well, I must say. How are things with you?

Antonenko Not bad, thank you. And how are you?

Broke Fine, just fine. I always feel well in beautiful weather like this. We're having such a lot of rain in England now. I am happy to be away. Well, I suppose we had better get down to business.

Antonenko Yes, certainly. You have come to sign another contract, haven't you?

Broke That's right. For next year, actually.

Antonenko Are you happy with our usual terms of delivery and payment?

Brake Yes, quite. As a matter of fact, I've come here to talk about the price. I'd like to say that the volume of business on steel production in our country has dropped considerably. This affected the prices of a number of materials. In this situation it's quite natural we expect you to revise your prices for manganese.

Antonenko I'm afraid this is not a sufficient reason for us to lower the price.

Brake But may I draw your attention to the fact that we wish to increase the purchases by a few thousand tons if you could offer us reduction in the price.

Antonenko I'm sorry to say, Mr Brake, but we could not be able to make extra supplies available to you. We are planning to develop more industrial and housing projects. Besides, we're already tied up to contracts with other partners. Taking these factors into account, we could offer you the same amount as last year.

Brake Mr Antonenko, we've been in business with you for a long time. Also we've doubled our purchases over the past two years. Therefore we would be grateful to you if, in view of all this, you could reduce the price.

Antonenko All right. I think we could reduce it by 2%. But only on condition that the price is subject tofurther negotiations for the second half of the year.

Brake That's fine. I suppose that's the best we can do today.

II. Answer the questions.
1. In what case were the Buyers supposed to extend the Letter of


2. Why did the contract state the right of both parties to renegotiate the price?
3. What factors can affect the prices for manganese (equipment, coffee, nylon, chemicals, etc.)?

4. What can affect the construction of projects?

5. What factors can affect the production capacity of the plant (the delivery schedule, production programme, etc.)?

III.Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense form.
1. Dr. Wood , who disappeared last month , (do) a few controversial experiments.
2. Jane promised (teach) me how to make an omelette.
3. She (work) for me ever since she (leave) school.
4. Would you recommend (send) Jim to Cambridge?
5. I wish I (have) a bigger breakfast. I am hungry now. 6. If you (peel) the potatoes, I (chop) the carrots.
7. She always (bite) her nails. I can't stand this habit of hers.
8. It (snow) steadily the whole week and it still (snow). 9. We (climb) for six hours already, but we (not reach) the top of the mountain yet.
10. The pain already (go) but the child still (cry).


1. She gave us … very good dinner
a) the b)- c) a d) an
2. Sіsters married … Johnsons, Viscounts of Ribblesdale-upon-the-Hill.
a) the b) b b)- c) a d) an
3. Who opened…?
a) window b) an window c) a window d) the window
4. This stadium is new. It’s the … stadium in Europe.
a) new b) newer c)most new d) the newest
5. Every day they … their dinner at the canteen.
a) have b) has c) are having d) were having
6. I am standing at the blackboard, … I ?
a) am not b) aren’t c) don’t d) will
7. I … my key! Can you help me to look for it?
a) lose b) am losing c) had lost d) have lost
8. She … as a nurse in the hospital for 40 years!
a) has been working b) had been working c) will have been working d) have been working


10.She was happy to find the necessary dictionary in the language room.
a) Вона була щаслива, знайшовши потрібний їй словник у кабінеті мови b) Вона була щаслива, коли знайшла потрібний словник у кабінеті мови. c) Вона зраділа, коли знайшла потрібний словник у бібліотеці. d) Bона була рада знайти цей словник у кабінеті.

9. Find a mistake.
Usuallybreakfast here are served at 8 o’clock.
a) Usually b) breakfast c) are d)at

V. Insert preposition where necessary.

1. ... nine o'clock the lecturer entered ... the hall, walked up ... the table, put his bag ... it, looked .... everybody and began his lecture.
2. Turn ... the corner ... the house and look ... the flowers grown ... my mother: aren't they beautiful?
3. He was an excellent pupil, and the teachers never complained ... him. 4. She com­plained ... feeling bad and could not answer ... the questions ... the teacher.
5. We tried to speak ... him, but he did not want to listen ... us. He did not even look ... us and did not answer ... our questions.
6. Your brother complains ... you. He says you always laugh ... him, never speak ... him and never answer ... his questions.
7. When I entered ... the room, everybody looked ... me with surprise: they had not waited ... me.
8. At the end ... the street she turned ... the corner, walked ... the bus-stop and began waiting ... the bus.
9.What are you laughing ... ?
10. They did not want to listen ... me.



I.Translate the dialogue into Ukraine.

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