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Vocabulary. 1. Find the English equivalents for the following Russian words and word combinations as used in the text:

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  6. III. Translate from Russian into English, using the vocabulary from the text.
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1. Find the English equivalents for the following Russian words and word combinations as used in the text:

соперник;


желанный;

приобрести союзников;

посол;

вооружен­ное противостояние;

урегулировать конфликт;

трудноразрешимый конфликт;

представить;

детеныш;

когти;

проводить широкомасштабные;

военные учения;

согласиться с претензиями;

в кредит;

провоцировать;

исчезающие виды;

сопротивляться;

кормить;

срок истекает;

рейтинг;

пошлины на товары.


2. Choose the best definition to the following words from the text:

 

1. Realm

a) a royal domain; kingdom;

b) a field of interest, study, knowledge;

c) an area of ground specially prepared and marked for playing games.

 

2. To Urge

a) to advise or try hard to persuade sb to do sth;

b) to make a person or an animal move more quickly and/or in a particu­lar direction, especially by pushing or forcing them;

c) to recommend sth strongly.

 

3. Coincidence

a) a surprising and unexpected situation in which two things that are connected happen at the same time, in the same place, or to the same people;

b) the fact of two or more opinions being the same;

c) the state or quality of being unlike.

 

4. Campaign

a) a series of attacks and battles that are intended to achieve a particular military aim during a war;

b) a business enterprise;

c) (against / for sth) a series of planned activities that are intended to achieve a particular social, commercial or political aim.

 

5. To miss

a) to discover or regret the loss or absence of;

b) to fail to hit, catch, reach, etc. sth;

c) to fail to hear, see or notice sth.

 

6. Dispute

a) an argument or a disagreement between two people, groups or coun­tries;

b) a conversation or discussion in which two or more people disagree, of­ten angrily;

c) a formal discussion of an issue at a public meeting or in a parliament.

 

7. Utterly

a) completely or totally;

b) willingly;

c) unfortunately.

 

8. Uproar

a) a sound, especially when it is loud, unpleasant or disturbing;

b) a situation in which people shout and make a lot of noise;

c) a situation in which there is a lot of public criticism and angry argu­ment about sth.

 

9. To score

a) to succeed, to have an advantage;

b) to win points, goals, etc. in a game or competition;

c) to arrange a piece of music for one or more musical instruments or for voices.

 

10. Miserable

a) unhappy or depressed;

b) too small in quantity;

c) causing misery, discomfort.

 

Summary

Make a summary of the article. Use the expressions given in Appendix II.

 


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