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Words and expressions. .

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  1. Complete this memo with the words given below. Translate it into Russian.
  2. Fill in the correct word derived from the words at the end of the sentence.
  3. I. Read the list of adjectives below and find the pairs of opposite words.
  4. I. Read the text once again and find in the text the English equivalents of the following Russian words. Make up your own sentences with these words.
  5. I. Suggest English equivalents of the following expressions and use them in your own sentences based on the text.
  6. I. Suggest Russian equivalents of the following expressions and use them in your own sentences based on the text.
  7. I. Suggest Russian equivalents of the following expressions.
fourteen [,fþ'tÖn] четырнадцать (числ.)
passport   паспорт
control   контроль, проверка
to get out of   выходить из
building ['bIldIÎ] здание
to pass along a corridor   пройти по коридору
endless   бесконечный
point   пункт, место
passport control point   паспортный контроль
to be called   вызывать, приглашать
gate   ворота, зд выход
European Community   Европейское Сообщество
country   страна
to queue up ['kjü'öр] стоять в очереди
queue marshal   распорядитель очереди
to signal   давать сигнал
officer   чиновник, работник
counter   стойка
to indicate   указывать
the counter indicated   указанная (им) стойка
landing card   карточка прилетевшего в страну пассажира
reason   причина
the United Kingdom   Англия/ Великобритания/
(U.K./ UK/ the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)   Соединенное Королевст­во Великобритании и Северной Ирландии
to be on a business tour   совершать деловую по­ездку
to attend   посещать
a week or so   около недели
to ask   спрашивать
to present   представлять, давать
difficulty ['dIfIk@ltI] трудность
to have difficulty in do­ing something   испытывать затруднение в чем-то
stranger ['streIn³@] незнакомец
to interpret [In'týprIt] переводить (устно)
They do not like strang­ers to help them   Они не любят, когда по­сторонние лица хотят помочь
in such cases   в этих случаях
most probably   скорее всего
staff member   штатный сотрудник
only   единственный, только
the only words   единственные слова
like these   такие, как
a few words like these   несколько слов, таких как
to come   приезжать, приходить
I have come as a busi­nessman     Я приехал в качестве бизнесмена

Unit fifteen

Luggage and customs

Text

After undergoing formalities at Immigration the group goes to the Luggage Reclaim point. They find the monitor showing their Flight Number and see their suitcases and bags on the belt. But one of the participants of the group does not see his suitcase and asks Andrew Lvov, the Group Leader, for help. Andrew comes up to an official:

Andrew: Excuse me, one of our suitcases is missing. Where can it be?

Official: What's your flight number, sir?

Andrew: It's SU 241 from Moscow.

Official: Some luggage is over there. I hope you'll find yours there. There wasn't enough space on the belt. We had to remove some and put it on the floor.

Andrew: Thank you.

Andrew and the gentleman who did not find his suitcase go to the place shown by the official and see the suitcase. The gentleman picks up the suitcase, puts it on the trolley and joins the group. So all the participants have collected their luggage.

Now they are moving to the Customs point. By the way, it is not necessary to fill in any declaration forms. They see the sign "Nothing to declare" and the green walls of the passage. They all have nothing to declare and pass through this corridor. They see a few Customs officials standing behind the rack. The officials say nothing to them and they safely pass.

Some other passengers pass through the red wall corridor since they have something to declare and probably they have to fill in some forms and pay customs duty. Usually every country has a list of the things liable to duty " in addition to the duty free allowance".

In a second or two our group gets out into the hall of the airport and sees the crowd of people meeting passengers who have just arrived.


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