2: Khmelnytsky University of Management and Law

2 , :

1: Lviv Institute of Management. .., .. . English. Communicative Aspect: / .., .., .., ... .: , 2000. .14


1:Lviv Institute of Management. .., .. . English. Communicative Aspect: / .., .., .., ... .: , 2000. .14.

1. . .

2. .

3. , - .

4. 1-3, .15

5. :

a. When was the Lviv Institute of Management created and by whom?

b. How large is the teaching stuff?

c. What institution has given the licence?

d. What courses does the institute offer?

e. What training programmes does the Lviv Institute of Management develop for specific targeted populations?

f. What programme did the Lviv Institute of Management establish in 1990?

g. How long does it take to pursue the MBA degree?

h. What is the curriculum of the MBA programme?

i. What kind of integrating component does it propose?

j. The professors & instructors of what countries conduct the classes?

k. What diplomas are the students issued having completed the full academic course?

l. Why does the Lviv Institute of Management cooperate with international organizations and western universities?


1. , .

1. She isnt interested in arts, she?

a.is b.isnt c.are d.arent

2. There are no books on the table, there?

a.is b.isnt c.are d.arent

3. His brother studies at the University, he?

a.do b.dont c.does d.doesnt

4. She will sent them a telegramme on Sunday, she?

a.will b.wont c.shall d.shant

5. They werent busy, they?

a.was b.wasnt c.were d.werent

4. , .

1. I to the cinema last week.

a) go b) went c) will go

2. The boy usually good marks when he was a first year student.

a) get b) got c) will get

3. Mary and her sister chess every evening but today they are going to the theatre.

a) play b) played c) will play

4. She very early two days ago.

a) wake up b) woke up c) will wake up

5. He a new TV film tomorrow.

a) see b) saw c) will see

6. Some years ago the trains at this station.

a) stop b) stopped c) will stop


1. . , .

Study in Great Britain? No Problem!

Studying abroad is a really good experience. However, sometimes it is very difficult to get necessary funds to pay for tuition; living accommodations, etc. One way to get money while studying is to apply for a job. If you would like to study and work at the same time in Great Britain, you should be aware of some pertinent rules and regulations.

A lot of Ukrainian students dream of obtaining a degree from an overseas university and, in particular, of one from Great Britain. This country famous for its traditions and unique education system seems an optional location. Moreover, it is possible to study there for free! In this article you will find out how to obtain financial assistance such as grants and scholarships to pay for tuition and living expenses in Great Britain.

Getting financial assistance necessarily involves an assessment of your academic progress, educational background and work experience. However, it is also a matter of time. As a rule, students must start preparing the necessary documents at least a year before their intended study. This time is spent filling out the applications, sending them to the appropriate bodies, having them assessed and, finally, receiving the results. Most financial assistance programmes have deadlines, so the earlier you start the better.

Applying for several assistance programmes is a wise move as there are no restrictions on how many grants you can apply for and you simply increase your chances of obtaining funding.

Financial assistance programmes come in two broad categories. The first covers full funding for tuition fees, accommodation, and maintenance; while the second covers only partial expenses associate with education and living. The latter category mostly consists of individual universities grants and scholarships, so it is best to consult each university regarding their own financial assistance programmes.

First, in order to cross the border of Ukraine you'd need a foreign passport, which may be acquired upon making a personal petition (or through legal representatives) to the passport service of the internal security bodies, in residence. (A person receiving a passport is not to be younger than eighteen or sixteen if the person lives abroad permanently).

The process of getting funds for education takes time, so you will need to be patient. Good luck!


out, of (2)),from, in, for (2), at.

1. One way to get money while studying is to apply a job.

2. You should be aware some pertinent rules and regulations.

3. A lot of Ukrainian students dream of obtaining a degree an overseas university.

4. Great Britain is famous its traditions and unique education system.

5. Students must start preparing the necessary documents least a year before their intended study.

6. First of all one has to fill the applications and send them to the appropriate bodies.

7. One category of financial assistance programmes mostly consists individual universities grants and scholarships

8. order to cross the border of Ukraine you'd need a foreign passport,


3. System of Higher Education of Ukraine. English for Lawyers: / . : , 2009. .38-45. 14 (c.45).


3: Legal Professions in Ukraine

3 , :

1: The Investigator /Investigation Bodies. English for Lawyers: / . : , 2009. .57-58.

2: The Procurator. English for Lawyers: / . : , 2009. .66-67.


1: The Investigator /Investigation Bodies. English for Lawyers: / . : , 2009. .57-58.

1. . .

2. .

3. (.59).


2: The Procurator. English for Lawyers: / . : , 2009. .66-67.

1. . .

2. .

3. 14, 15 (.63), 23 (.67).


1. , a/an.

1) My neighbour is photographer; lets ask him for advice.

2) My brothers are businessmen.

3) Oh, what good man he is!

4) I hate to wear flowers.

5) Not word was said in the room.

6) She bought telephone.

2. , , .


... United Kingdom of ... Great Britain and ... Northern Ireland is situated on ... British Isles, largest of which are ... Great Britain and ... Ireland. ... British Isles are separated from ... continental Europe by ... North Sea and ... English Channel, ... narrowest part of which, ... Straight of Dover, is 33 kms wide.

In ... west ... British Isles are washed by ... Atlantic Ocean. ... Irish Sea separates ... Great Britain from ... Ireland.

...United Kingdom consists of ... England, ... Wales, ... Scotland and ... Northern Ireland.

... Northern part of ... island of ... Great Britain (... Scotland) is occupied by ... mountains which are called ... Highlands of ... Northern Scotland and ... Southern Uplands with ... Central Lowland of ... Scotland between them. ... Highlands of ... Northern Scotland are divided into ... North-western Highlands and ... Grampians. ... highest mountain in ... Great Britain is ... Ben Nevis; it is situated in ... Grampians.

... Pennines are ... mountains situated in ... central part of ... island of ... Great Britain, ... Pennines are separated from ... Southern Uplands by ... valley of ... river Tyne. ... Tyne flows into ... North Sea.

...Wales is ... mountainous part of ... Great Britain. It is occupied by ... Cambrians. ... highest mountain in ... Cambrians is ... Snowdon.

... longest river in ... Great Britain is ... Severn. It rises in ... Cambrians and flows into ... Bristol Channel.

... Thames in not so long as ... Severn but it is ... most important river in ... Great Britain. ... London, ... capital of ... United Kingdom, is situated on ... Thames.


3. much, many, little few.

1. My brother is a young teacher. Every day he spends time

preparing for his lessons.

2. I know very about this writer. It is the first book I am reading.

3. The students ask questions. They want to know everything.

4. You dont make mistakes in your spelling. You work hard at it?

5. Does your sister read ?

6. I am sorry to say, I have read very books by Walter Scott.

7. Have you work to do today?

8. Walk quicker, please. We have time.

9. Please dont put pepper on the meet.

10. I never eat bread with soup.

11. There is ink in my pen. Have you got any milk?

12. There were plates on the table.

4. some, any, no .

1. There is very pleasant in her voice.

2. Does of you want to speak on this topic.

3. There are flowers in winter.

4. We must ask to show us the way to the post-office.

5. There are people in the street: it is very late.

6. We didnt meet at the river.

7. If you need , ask me, please.

8. He was never angry with

9. has happened.

10. Will help me?

11. The children can do useful in the garden.

12. It was dark and we could see

5. , .

1) Ive eaten all chocolates, can I have one of yours?

a) my b) mine

2) It must be at the door.

a) he b) his

3) On my way home I met Peter and told about the trip.

a) he b) him

4) Nicks camera is more expensive than .

a) my b) mine

5) I hope Hob will not forget to bring book.

a) our b) ours

6) It takes two hours to get there.

a) me b) myself


1. . .

Hi-Tech Thievery

Hi-tech bandits and mischief-makers are on the loose, stealing phone messages, selling access codes, taking computer parts and using advanced equipment to commit fraud and other crimes. According to a survey released by a New York accounting firm, more than a quarter of all American companies have suffered some sort of loss.

Recently, the large computer company IBM said that it was helping the FBI investigate the theft of computer parts, which may have cost the company tens of millions of dollars. As the majority of the population becomes more computer literate, hi-tech crime is increasing. In California and Southeast Asia, organised crime is costing companies a fortune.

Most of the parts are microprocessors and memory chips. There is great demand for the chips on the black market, and there have been at least ten armed robberies in California, all for memory chips.

The biggest problem, though, is telecommunications fraud, especially involving cellular phones. There are 11 million cell phones in America alone, and each has its own serial number and identification number.

The reason is that the numbers validate phone calls and charge the customer. In New York City, police recently arrested a gang of six men for selling phones with stolen serial and identification numbers. When a call is made from one of the illegal cell phones, the charge is made to the real owner.

Using electronic devices, the gang picked these numbers up from the airwaves. Then, police say, they used personal computers to programme the stolen numbers into cell phones. These phones were often sold to immigrants for about 250 dollars. They would often make international phone calls and run up huge bills on other people's accounts. Phone pirates are also active in Hong Kong. In a police raid on an electronics shop, 130 phones were found and seven people were arrested.

A recent report suggests that companies are often at risk from security breaches by their own employees.

And so-called wide-area networks are opening formerly internal information to the outside world. To beat high-tech crime, companies will have to rely on even more technology. New digital cellular phones will have more complex numbers that won't be transmitted and so can't be copied. But because many American firms have tightened security on their telephones, thieves are now attacking firms in other countries.

New techniques for protecting information will help stem the tide of high-tech crime but thieves will always find new ways of beating the system.

1. What kind of loss have many American companies suffered?

2. What company was helping the FBI investigate the theft of computer parts?

3. Why is hi-tech crime increasing?

4. What computer parts are of great demand for on the black market?

5. What phones does telecommunications fraud involve?

6. Who is the charge made to when a call is made from one of the illegal cell phones?

7. What will companies have to rely on to beat high-tech crime?

8. New techniques for protecting information will help stem the tide of high-tech crime, wont they?


2. . ϳ 10 , , - . , .

© 2013 wikipage.com.ua - wikipage.com.ua |