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The Hard Way to Become a Chief of Police

A high school visit to a police department in her hometown of Lancing, Michigan, determined Penny Harringtons career choice she wanted to be a police officer. She still had that goal when she graduated from Michigan State University and headed to Portland, Oregon, to join the police force. But there was a large obstacle to her goal; it was 1964 and Penny was a woman. Despite the difficulties, she did not give up her plan to become a police officer. Finally, she was hired in the Womens Protection Division to work with juveniles in Portland.

Now Penny found other difficulties. The police department was segregated by sex and the notices for advancement tests asked for policemen. Penny filed a suit to require the tests to be open to police officers, not just policemen. Not only did she win the suit, she became the first woman detective on the Portland police force. She advanced through the system and became the first woman to earn the ranks of sergeant, lieutenant, and captain. The advances were not due merely to her good work; they came as a result of her filing a whopping forty-two complaints and winning almost all of them.

Pennys latest advance is not a result of a suit it is entirely due to her outstanding work, particularly her work with the community. For two and a half years prior to her new promotion, Penny Harrington was commander of a precinct in Portland. She developed an excellent reputation with both the officers in her command and with the community. It was Penny Harringtons precincts community relations that led to her latest promotion. The Mayor of Portland, Oregon, appointed Penny Harrington as the first woman police chief in a major city in the United States.

1. Penny Harrington wanted to be a police officer.

2. After graduating from University she headed to Portland, Oregon, to join the army force.

3. There were no obstacles to her goal.

4. Penny was hired in the Womens Protection Division to work with juveniles.

5. Penny filed a suit to require the tests to be open to both policemen and policewomen.

6. She became the first woman detective on the Portland police force.

7. She couldnt advance through the system and earn the ranks of sergeant, lieutenant, and captain.

8. All the advances were entirely due to her good work.

9. It was Penny Harringtons precincts community relations that led to her latest promotion.

10. The Mayor of Portland, Oregon, appointed Penny Harrington as the first woman police chief.

 

4:The Fundamental Law of Ukraine

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1: The onstitution of the United States of America. English for Lawyers: / . : , 2009. .83-84.

2: The onstitution of Pylyp Orlyk. English for Lawyers: / . : , 2009. .89-91.

 

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2. .

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4. 10-15 .

 

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2. .

3. .

4. .

 

1. , .

1. Look! The man ...to open the door of your car.

a) tries b) is trying

2. The moon ... round the earth.

a) goes b) is going

3. I... he will be back soon.

a) think b) am thinking

4. Listen! They ... good English.

a) speak b) are speaking

5. She is sorry, she ... French.

a) doesn't speak b) isn't speaking

6. His parents ... soon.

a) come b) are coming

2. , .

1. Pete still his composition at 6 oclock in the evening.

a)wrote b)was writing

2. They watched TV and then to bed.

a) went b) were going

3. The dean a report when I entered the hall.

a) made b) was making

4. She her report two days ago.

a) typed b) was typing

5. Dont come between 6 and 7. I my friend at the station.

a) shall meet b)shall be meeting

6. Go straight up the street. The car for you at the entrance to the department.

a) will wait b) will be waiting

 

3. , .

1. Dont phone me at 11. I Mary to the dentist.

a) shall take b)shall be taking

2. First Ill do my morning exercises then I breakfast.

a) shall have b)shall be having

3. I to one of my favourite symphonies at 8 oclock tomorrow.

a) shall listen b)shall be listening

4. What you at this time on Sunday?

a) will do b)will be doing

5. Only after she comes we dinner.

a) shall have b)shall be having

6. She letters at 5 oclock.

a) will answer b)will be answering

 

4. , .

1. What about the new simplified tax law?

a)are you thinking b)do you think

2. Wheres Polly? She .

a)studies in her room b)is in her room studying.

3. While I TV last night, a mouse ran across the floor.

a)watched b)was watching

4. The earth on the sun for its heat and light.

a)is depending b)depends

5. On a typical day the average person about 48,000 words.

a)speaks b)is speaking

6. I saw a turtle with wings which flew into the air to catch insects. Stop kidding! I you!

a)dont believe b)am not believing

 

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1) He is much (good) now than yesterday.

2) His expectations, however seemed to be (humble) than mine.

3) Phil is the (happy) person that we know.

4) I feel (sorry) for George sometimes than I am for (poor) Needle.

5) The hall was (full) when they arrived, but it seemed ever (full) now.

6) She looked very (nice) now in a (large) straw hat: it was (hot) that

afternoon, (hot) day they had had, and beads of seat stood in a line

on her upper lip.

7) Of all the (stupid) questions Ive ever been asked, he said

angrily, thats (stupid).

8) His poster is (colourful) than the one in the hall.

9) John and his friend left (soon) as the professor had finished his

lecture.

10) The (hot) it is, the (miserable) I feel.

 

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  1. George Washington was born Virginia 1732
  2. ... the American Revolutionary War (...1775 and 1783) he was the Commander-in-Chief the American forces.
  3. Washington played an important role ... the founding ... the United States.
  4. He became the first President the United States.
  5. He was President 1789 ... 1797.
  6. George Washington died ... the age 67, the 14th December 1799.
  7. The capital ... the United States and one federal state are named ... George Washington.

 

2.

  1. I was the mall last night.
  2. I am going to go the movies tonight.
  3. Yesterday, the teacher gave the class a pop quiz and told them they had fifteen minutes to do it.
  4. Last weekend I went for a walk in the woods my dogs.
  5. My parents are going to be out the country for a whole week.
  6. I was waiting the corner Tim Hortons for over an hour!
  7. My parents are cheering the Maple Leafs this season.
  8. I am scheduled to work 4:30 pm. every day Friday when I finish at 3:00 pm.
  9. At the concert, I didnt like the person who sat me.
  10. In order to catch the train I must leave five oclock.

 

. , . . .

 

A People go back to work fresh and relaxed.

B The government will cover all the costs.

C Even employees with difficult jobs can be replaced.

D Temporary employment may sometimes lead to a permanent job.

E The plan has not had a great effect on unemployment.

F Tim employer can pay more than the fixed rate.

G Denmark will make a new plan a regular cart of working life.

H The programme is supported by government financing.

 

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