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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.
value   цена, стоимость
value added tax   налог на добавленную стоимость (НДС)
government ['gövnm@nt] правительство
at present   в настоящее время
everyone   каждый
price   цена
to reclaim   предъявить к возмеще­
    нию
to issue ['Isjü] выдавать, выписывать
shop   магазин
expensive   дорогой
fur   мех
hi-fi (=high fidelity)   аудио- и видеотехника (высокой надежности)
goods   товар (ы)
to wonder   интересоваться
1 wonder if I can reclaim   Могу поинтересоваться,
the VAT?   смогу ли я получить об­ратно VAT.
scheme [skÖm] схема, система, программа
to operate the scheme     зд. участвовать в этой системе (выплачивать VAT)
to go shopping   делать покупки
jeweler ['³ü@l@] ювелир
chain   цепочка
shop assistant   продавец
to display   выставлять
window   витрина, окно
a chain displayed in the window   цепочка на витрине
length   длина
inch   дюйм (2,25 см)
to multiply   умножить
box   коробка
receipt   чек, квитанция
to consult   проконсультироваться у,
    посмотреть в
book   книга (зд. справочник)
I'll consult the book.   Я посмотрю, что говорит­ся в справочнике
eligible [e'lI³@bl] имеющий право
sheet   лист
to stamp   поставить штамп на
to post   отправить по почте
by post   по почте
to cash   оплатить наличными
have it cashed   получить наличными
to state at the bank stated You are more than wel­come.   указывать в указанном банке Пожалуйста.

 


Unit thirty one

Shopping

Text

In England most shops open from 9 a. m. to 5.30 p. m. on Mon­day to Saturday, although some stay open much later especially in London and other large cities. In small towns and villages many shops close early on Wednesdays. Not many shops are open on Sundays.

Besides cash, a lot of shops accept plastic cards. Some may also accept Eurocheques.

One day one of the participants went to Foyle's, a famous book­shop in the centre of London.

Here is his talk with the shop assistant after he chose a few things he wanted to buy:

Participant: Can I have this book and this poster, please9 And these postcards and two first class stamps for America.

Shop assistant: The book, the poster and the cards come to ten pounds twenty. But we don't sell stamps.

Participant: And where can I buy a few?

Shop assistant: You have to get them from a post office

Participant: And where is the nearest one?

Shop assistant: Just round the corner.

Participant: Thank you.

Shop assistant: Welcome.

Here is another talk at a clothes department of a big department store, after the participant chose a certain dress she liked:

Participant: Excuse me, may I try it on anywhere here? Shop as­sistant: Yes, certainly. The fitting room is over there.

Participant: ... Thank you. It fits me well and I like it. Where shall I pay?

Shop assistant: The cashier's desk is just at the end of the aisle...

Cashier: Cash or credit?

Participant: Cash, please... Thank you.

Here is a talk at a shoe shop:

Participant: Excuse me, have you got size thirty seven in these shoes?

Shop keeper: This is a continental size. It must correspond to British size five. Just a minute I'll have a look if we have size five in these shoes.

Shop assistant: Can I help you?

Participant: Thank you. Being served.

Shop keeper: Here is your size... How does that feel?

Participant: A bit tight. Can I try the next size up?

Shop keeper: Here is five and a half.

Participant: Oh, this is much better. Thank you. I'm buying this pair.


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