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1 Lessons 1.1. “Greeting” 1.2. “Introducing”.
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1. How do you do?
1. I am fine, thanks.
2. How do you do?
3. Good morning.
4. Glad to see you.
5. What about you?
2. Hello! Nice to see you!
1. Good day!
2. Thank you very much.
3. How are you?
4. Hello! Nice to see you too!
5. Sorry! I am in a hurry.
3. Let me introduce my friend Frank Black.
1. How do you do?
2. How are you?
3. Glad to see you.
4. It is nice to meet you.
5. What are you?
4. Let me introduce myself.
1. I am Sir Smith.
2. I am Smith.
3. I am Smith John.
4. I am Mike Smith.
5. I am doctor Mr Smith.
5. : .
1. He is a representative of the American firm.
2. He is present in the American firm.
3. He is a representative to the American firm.
4. He is present at the American firm.
5. He present to American firm.

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1 Lessons 1.1. “Greeting” 1.2. “Introducing”.
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1. 10 a.m. , :
1. Good morning!
2. Good afternoon!
3. Good evening!
4. Good night!
5. Good day!
2. . , :
1. Good bye!
2. See you!
3. So long!
4. See you later!
5. See you to-morrow.
3. :
1. Please.
2. Good bye!
3. Not at all.
4. Go on!
5. Hi!
4. . , .
1. I want introduce.
2. Let introduce me.
3. Let me to introduce myself.
4. I want me introduce.
5. Let me introduce myself.
5. :May I introduce our Sales Manager …you?
1. –
2. to
3. for
4. with
5. by

3.
1( 1.3 “Jobapplication” 1.4. “Recomendations”
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1. : He graduated …the University in 1997.
1. –
2. at
3. with
4. from
5. out of
2.:This information is …spesial interest to you.
1. with
2. of
3. for
4. –
5. in
3. :Our college can provide you …high class specialists in different fields.
1. in
2. –
3. of
4. on
5. with
4. “supplementaryinformation”
1. supper important
2. interesting
3. additional
4. useful
5. detailed
5. :We would be interested … a Letter of References is necessary.
1. in
2. on
3. with
4. whether
5. about

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1( 1.3 “Jobapplication” 1.4. “Recomendations”
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1. , .
1. job
2. career
3. position
4. work
5. winter
2. , .
1. visit
2. diploma
3. certificate
4. References
5. document
3. – . . .
1. Miss Porter!
2. Dear Madam Porter!
3. Mrs Porter!
4. Miss Jane!
5. Mrs Porter Jane!
4.
1. married – Mrs
2. single – Miss
3. Mrs – She
4. Mr – He
5. Mr Black and Mr White – Ladies
5. , .
1. to be married
2. to be devorced
3. to be single
4. to be a widow
5. to be an accountant

5.

2 “Propositions and conditions”.
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1. ,
1. Do you want…
2. Do you like…
3. Do you feel…
4. Would you like…
5. Would you want..
2. : , , -.
1. Please, write it in English, if you could.
2. Write it in English, please.
1. Will you write it in English?
2. Could you write it in English?
3. Can you write it in English?
3. , .
1. Who finds our terms acceptable?
2. Who does find our terms acceptable?
3. Who is find our terms acceptable?
4. Who find our terms acceptable?
5. Who finding our terms acceptable?
4. :Let me knowthe date of your arrival.
1. M .
2. .
3. .
4. .
5. .
5. “customer”
1. A person working at the Customs Office.
2. A person who follows the customs of the country.
3. A client of a bank, firm, etc.
4. A man who is acustomed to do something.
5. A shop assistant saling suits.


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2 “Propositions and conditions”.
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1. tovisit.
1. to come to see
2. to run
3. to apply
4. to speak to
5. to travel
2. .
1. to start – to finish
2. to go on – to continue
3. to let know – to inform
4. to want – to wish
5. to help – to assist
3. “signature”?
1. a picture
2. your name written in a certain way
3. mathematic symbol
4. French dish
5. a singer
4. : Do you have any suggestions on …terms?
1. this
2. that
3. mine
4. these
5. ours
5. : We would be interested …the prospects of our joint business.
1. to speak
2. to work
3. to know
4. to be
5. to inform

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2 “Propositions and conditions”.
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1. : Itis…suggestion.
1. me
2. my
3. mine
4. ours
5. myself

2. : “ ”.
1. There isn’t any problems in our business.
2. There aren’t some problems in our business.
3. There aren’t any problems in our business.
4. There isn’t some problem in our busines.
5. There isn’t any problem in our business.
3. : I have told…you about it.
1. –
2. to
3. with
4. of
5. about
4. .
1. contract
2. prodaction
3. price
4. terms
5. suggestion
5. -, :
1. I want to inform…
2. Let me inform…
3. It’s my pleasure to inform…
4. I could inform…
5. Would you like to inform…?

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3 “, , ” (“Refusal, doubt, conten”) .
1. “”: We …share our expenses.
1. like
2. want
3. wish
4. have to
5. were
2. , : , .
1. If we will agree to join this project we will inform you by the end of the week.
2. If we would agree to join this project we would inform you by the end of the week.
3. If we will agree to join this project we inform you by the end of the week.
4. If we are agree to join this project we will inform you by the end of the week.
5. If weagree to join this project we will inform you by the end of the week.
3. : He has some suggestions …the prospects of our business.
1. of
2. on
3. at
4. in
5. for
4. : They have not signed the contract …
1. never
2. already
3. yet
4. also
5. too
5. ( )
1. We don’t think that the project is good enough.
2. Sorry, but unfortunatly we have to refuse to take part in this project because of financial problems.
3. We can’t agree with your suggestion at the moment.
4. Your propositions are very interesting, but legal restrictions prevent us from accepting them.
5. Sorry, but we don’t like your project at all.

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3.3 “” (Content), 3.4 “ ” (Iagreebut…), 3.5. “ ,, , ” (Exspressions of hope, requests, thanks, regrets, offer of help) .
1. “tocontentto”.
1. to agree
2. to feel
3. to aim at
4. to have in mind
5. to go to
o 2. “todoone’sbest”.
1. to behave well
2. to have the best manners
3. to do something very well
4. to do everything that depends on you
5. to make something look nice
3. : “themost”.
1. good
2. many
3. little
4. few
5. middle
4. : “adviser”?
1. keeps documents
2. makes coffee
3. types
4. helps to solve problems
5. answers telephone calls
5. : Let’smeet …10 p.m.
1. in
2. on
3. –
4. by
5. at

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3 , , (Regusal, doubt, content).
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1. “grateful”.
1. more grateful
2. gratefuller
3. the most grateful
4. the gratefullest
5. the less grateful
2. ?
1. question – answer
2. present – past
3. refuse – agree
4. take – give
5. similar – same
3. : “ ”.
1. I interest in this work.
2. I am interested in this work.
3. I am interesting with this work.
4. I am interest in this work.
5. I interesting by this work.
4. : “I am afraid that I can’t accept your terms”.
1. .
2. , .
3. , .
4. .
5. , .
5. : “tomakeanappointment”.
1. to have a rest
2. to make somebody look beautiful
3. to point at something
4. to become careful
5. to agree to meet

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4, (Visits, invitations.)
1. “toinvite”
1. to ask somebody
2. to ask somebody to come
3. to wait for somebody
4. to bring
5. to hope
2. “tooffer”
1. to give
2. to present
3. to taste
4. to take
5. to suggest
3. Can’t …invitation.
1. make
2. wish
3. accept
4. want
5. be
4. : I am not able to visit your firm because of too much occupation in my business.
1. want to
2. have to
3. disagree to
4. can not
5. dream to
5. ? I sorru ,i can not to help you.
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
5. -

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4, (Visits, invitations).
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1. . , .
1. trip
2. travel
3. visit
4. flight
5. credit
2. .
1. possibility
2. accept
3. honor
4. arrange
5. invite
3. , .
1. It is very nice visit your firm.
2. It is very nice to visit your firm.
3. It is very nice visit yours firm.
4. It is very nice visits your firm.
5. It is very nice visit of your firm.
4. : “ , ”.
1. I wanted to accept your invitation but I am busy on Sunday.
2. I would like accept your invitation but I am busy on Sunday.
3. I wish to accept your invitation but I am busy on Sunday.
4. I wish I could accept your invitation but I am busy on Sunday.
5. I can’t accept your invitation but I am busy on Sunday.
5 ?
1. help – assist
2. difficult – easy
3. happy – sad
4. answer question
5. go on – stop

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4, (Visits, invitations).
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1.
1. hard – difficult
2. object – disagree
3. come – arrive
4. nice – beautiful
5. question – reply
2. .
1. appolodize
2. appointment
3. offer
4. assistance
5. matter
3. , .
1. I am not able to come to you.
2. I must to come to you.
3. You should come to me.
4. He is to come to me.
5. We have to come to her.
4.
1. you
2. my
3. I
4. They
5. He
5. : “ ”.
1. I will not be able to help you in this matter.
2. I can nothelp you in this matter.
3. I would not be able to help you in this matter.
4. I will not help you in this matter.
5. I should not be able to help you in this matter.


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5 “” (Punctuation) .
1. : Idon’tknowwhereourManageris
1. .
2. !
3. …
4. ?
5. ?!
2. : Write, or, callus, Jack!
1.
2. !
3. ,,!
4. ,!
5.
3. , .
1. I learn english.
2. He is our president.
3. Who likes to work on Sunday?
4. Mc. Donalds is a fast-food restaurant
5. On September children go to school.
4. , .
1. We like the Jacksons.
2. Oh, God!
3. The flights to America are limited.
4. This is a letter of guarantee.
5. Mother, father and Nick are at home now.
5. : IknowtheABC.
1. , ABC.
2. .
3. .
4. .
5. ABC.

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5 (Punctuation) .
1. , .
1. Thank you for your letter of October 11 1988.
2. Will you fax me, Jack?
3. Our production – tools and equipment – is in demand now.
4. Oh,no!
5. Why?
2. , ( ).
1. Buy tooth paste Colgate Total!
2. We like sunlight in our kitchens!
3. Fly by Soviet Airlines!
4. The best Nestcafe Gold!
5. Hellen Brown (37) – the poet of the year!
3. , .
1. He is an expert, isn’t he!
2. We receive letters, cables, faxes every day.
3. What a boy!
4. Yes, of course.
5. Our production – shoes and boots – is not expensive.
4. ?
1. John Dlack (45) is the expert of Hall Ltd.
2. A.Pushkin (1799-1837) is a great Russian poet.
3. (The salor) James Clark came to our party.
4. Great Patriotic War (1941-1945) was very cruel.
5. V.I.Lenin (Ulyanov) was born in Simbirsk.
5. ?
1. In Winter and in Autumn I live in the country.
2. The depth of the river is 3 m.
3. He went to Paris with his son.
4. East or West – home is best.
5. Every Sunday he goes to the bank .


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6 (Presentation of official letter) ( 6.1. – 6.3.) .
1. ?
1. Jan.=January
2. Sep.=September
3. Dec.=December
4. Nov.=November
5. Apr.=April
2. ?
1. Dr.=Doctor
2. Col.=Colonel
3. Can.=Chansellor
4. M.P.=Member of Parliament
5. Dir.=Director
3. ?
1. Corp.=Corporation
2. Inc.=Incorporated
3. Co.=Company
4. Dep.=Department
5. Ltd.=Limited
4. , , ?
1. Bld.=Building
2. Apt.=Appartment
3. Sq.=Square
4. Rd.=Road
5. Av.=Avenue
5. ?
1. street – square
2. flat – appartment
3. building – avenue
4. appartment – road
5. flat - square



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6 “ ” .
1. , (15 1999).
1. 15 th Ma, 1999
2. 15March 1999
3. 15Mar. 1999
4. 15th March, 1999
5. 15th March 1999
2. , .
1. Love
2. Yours Sencerely
3. Yours truly
4. Yours faithfully
5. Yours
3. ?
1. Goodwill R.G.
2. Sales Manager
3. Sigma Ltd.
4. 45, Abbey Rd.
5. Lancashire (GB) 15
4. , , , :
1. Sir
2. Madam
3. Gentleman
4. Sir or Madam
5. Dear
5. ,
1. P.S.
2. Sec.
3. Enc.
4. Mgr.
5. p.p.

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7 (Subject of jfficial letter) ( 7.1, 7.2.) .
1.
1. cable – telegram
2. reply – answer
3. enclose – attach
4. latter – first
5. joint – common
2. : .
1. The firm provided us with information on the goods.
2. The firm provided us information of the goods.
3. The firm provided us information by the goods.
4. The firm provides us with information on the goods.
5. The firm is providing us with information about the goods.
3. : problemsconcerningthiscredit.
1. for
2. with
3. as for
4. at
5. about
4. : advancepayment.
1. payment made at the beginning of the year
2. payment made beforehand
3. payment made in parts
4. payment made at once
5. payment made in time
5. “Outstanding invoices”:
1. invoices paid in time
2. invoices which have been already paid
3. invoices which haven’t been paid yet
4. different types of invoices
5. profitable invoices

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7 ( 7.4.) .
1.
1.not satisfactory
2.the receipt of payment
3.for the unconveniences caused
Let me know if 4.our bills
5.you have some problems
2. tobe?
1. ondition
2. is
3. bad
4. in
5. cargo
3.
1. ondition
2. result
3. bad
4. telegram
5. cargo
4. Iamobligedtoinformher 2 . .
1. We are obliged to inform her.
2. They were obliged to inform her.
3. We were obliged to inform her.
4. He is obliged to inform her.
5. You are obliged to inform her.
5. :“ ”.
1. In my pocket is money.
2. Money are in my pocket.
3. Money is in my pocket.
4. Money in my pocket.
5. Money were in my pocket.

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7 ( 7.4.) .
1. : “tobeinvestigated”.
1. to be informed
2. to be closed
3. to be delivered
4. to be examined
5. to be unpacked
2. : “specifiedperiod”.
1. convenient time
2. certain agreed time
3. time for action
4. satisfactory time
5. time for rest
3. .
1. condition
2. case
3. month
4. execution
5. coments
4. : If the works have been done…
1. we can’t go home.
2. we have results,
3. we must work harder.
4. we can’t sleep.
5. we failed to do the works.
5. : Wepackgoods…
1. to count them.
2. to receive them in time,
3. to prevent them from demage.
4. to check them.
5. to make them look nice

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7 ( 7.4.) .
1. “expenses”.
1. something expensive.
2. money.
3. food.
4. goods.
5. something special.
2. “replacement”.
1. .
2. .
3. .
4. .
5. .
3. “satisfactory”.
1. corresponding somebody’s demands.
2. very bad.
3. product of a factory.
4. progressive.
5. connected with satellites.
4. , .
1. The quality is satisfactory.
2. The quality could be better.
3. The quality is not up to the samples.
4. The quality is exellent.
5. The quality leaves to be desired.
5. :
1. I must accept your apologies.
2. I am ready to accept your apologies.
3. I would like to accept your apologies.
4. I am obliged to accept your apologies.
5. I wish to accept your apologies.

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7 ( 7.1.) .
1.
1. your
2. his
3. their
4. him
5. my
2. (Past Indefinite Tense)
1. letter
2. send
3. the
4. us
5. reached
3. , .
1. fax
2. decision
3. progect
4. please
5. future
4. office, ?
1. order
2. detail
3. notice
4. post
5. regard
5. , .
1. this us
2. your project
3. my letter
4. our decision
5. computer technology

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7 ( 7.2.) .
1. .
1. attention
2. receive
3. catalogeu
4. samples
5. colour
2. list, , ?
1. basis
2. like
3. doctor
4. find
5. price
3. , ? …youreceivemycatalogues?
1. have
2. does
3. is
4. do
5. am
4. , ?I… enclose the discription of new program.
1. not
2. no amn’t
3. don’t
4. doesn’t
5. no
5. ?He like to send me letters.
1. He
2. like
3. to send
4. me
5. letters

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7 ( 7.3.) .
1. ?
1. receipt
2. invoice
3. acount
4. payment
5. sum
2. –ment, , ?
1. to send
2. to inform
3. to look
4. to pay
5. to let
3. , : We…allowyou todelayyourpayment.
1. are
2. will
3. did
4. have
5. would
4. , : We… encloseourinvoice.
1. no
2. dont
3. doesnt
4. arent
5. havent
5. : Isouraccountsdepartmentcheckinginformationaboutpayments?
1. Yes, it does.
2. Yes, he is.
3. Yes, they do.
4. Yes, it is.
5. Yes, it do.

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, .
1. ,
1. problem – decision
2. come – leave
3. future – past
4. Good bye! – Hello!
5. check – inspection
2. .
1. inform
2. impossible
3. about
4. conferense
5. delay
3. “goods”.
1. good things
2. nice products
3. production for selling
4. useful things
5. information
4. , : Ican’tanswer …herquestions.
1. on
2. to
3. for
4. –
5. at
5. , .
1. certainly
2. sure
3. of course
4. yes
5. activity





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, .
1. : “up-to-date’.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
2. c .
1. regular
2. require
3. deteil
4. advice
5. enclose
3. .
1. I enclose a copy of my previous letter.
2. I have receive a response to my letter of July 11, 1998.
3. We were interested in this production last year.
4. She is writing to inform us about the delay of our order execution.
5. They can be of assistance to you in this matter.
4. , , ,
1. lawn-fax
2. price-list
3. world-wide
4. co-producing
5. up-to-date
5. , .
1. Sorry where is your Managing Director?
2. Oh, dear!
3. We have received catalogues, price-lists, samples of your production.
4. Mr McDonald is from America, isn’t he?
5. The documents – reports, orders, faxes, cables – were on the secretary’s desk.
























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