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Тема 11. The Court System of the USA

Завдання для перевірки знань лексики

Для більш ґрунтовного вивчення НТ 11 необхідно опрацювати зміст текстів, а саме:

Текст №1: The System of Courts in the US. English for Lawyers: навчальний посібник / Кафедра мовознавства. – Хмельницький: ХУУП, 2009. – С.212-215.

 

Завдання до тексту №1: The System of Courts in the US. English for Lawyers: навчальний посібник / Кафедра мовознавства. – Хмельницький: ХУУП, 2009. – С.212-215.

1. Прочитайте та перекладіть текст.

2. Випишіть незнайомі слова з транскрипцією та перекладом.

  1. Ознайомтесь з новою лексикою та вивчіть її.
  2. Виконайте завдання 13,14 (C.215).

Завдання для перевірки знань граматики

1.Виконайте завдання IV. English for Lawyers: навчальний посібник / Кафедра мовознавства. – Хмельницький: ХУУП, 2009. – С.217

 

2.Виберіть правильну відповідь.

1.If … for a walk, we will take the dog with us.

a) we will go

b) we go

c) we would go

d) we have go

 

2.When they … the criminals, I shall get my car back.

a) catch

b) catches

c) will catch

d) shall catch

 

3.Will she be upset if she …the news?

a) heard

b) is hearing

c) hears

d) had heard

 

4.If I … my job properly, I wouldn’t be a manager.

a) hadn't done

b) didn’t do

c) wouldn’t do

d) shouldn’t do

 

5. If I were him … a bodyguard.

a) I shall hire

b) I would hire

c) I have hired

d) I am hired

 

6. If he had done everything in time, he … to see results yesterday.

a) would be glad

b) will be glad

c) shall be glad

d) would have been glad

Завдання для перевірки розуміння прочитаного

Прочитайте уважно текст. Після тексту подано 10 тверджень, частина яких відповідає змісту тексту, а частина - ні. Виділіть речення, які відповідають змісту тексту.

Miranda

Ernest Miranda had a long history of arrests and incarcerations before moving in with Twila Hoffman and her two children. Despite Twila's legal marriage to another man, she and Ernest had a child together. Miranda avoided conflicts with the law while hopping from one menial job to another. Finally, he seemed to settle into work at United Produce in Phoenix. But this apparently conventional life-style was short-lived.

At 11:30 p.m. on March 2, 1963, a man abducted and raped an 18-year-old woman. The abductor stole $4 from the victim and fled. Less than two weeks later, Ernest Miranda was arrested for the rape and eventually confessed. Although the police denied making either threats or promises in order to obtain the confession, Miranda described the situation differently. He claimed that he was badgered, coerced, and deprived of sleep. He also alleged that the police promised to get him psychiatric help and to drop the robbery charge if he confessed to rape.

After viewing a lineup, the victim was unsure whether Miranda was the rapist and asked to hear his voice. Meanwhile, Miranda was told that he had been positively identified. Thus, when asked if she were the victim, Miranda responded, "that's the girl."

Miranda was convicted and the Arizona Supreme Court upheld his conviction. However, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed the lower court's decision, concluding that "Miranda was not in any way apprised of his right to consult with an attorney and to have one present during the interrogation, nor was his right not to be compelled to incriminate himself effectively protected in any other manner. Without these warnings the statements were inadmissable" (Miranda v. Arizona, 1966). In its decision the court cited social science research on police interrogation and false confessions (e.g., Frank & Frank 1957, Sterling 1965, Weisberg 1961).

As a result of this decision, police officers began to read to suspects their "Miranda" warnings:

"You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to the presence of an attorney to assist you prior to questioning and to be with you during questioning if you so desire. If you cannot afford an attorney, you have the right to have an attorney appointed for you prior to questioning. Do you understand these rights?"

The Supreme Court decision did not really help Miranda. There was enough other evidence to convict him in his new trial. He was incarcerated until 1972. Ernest Miranda was killed in a barroom brawl 4 years later.

Твердження до тексту

1. Ernest Miranda lived a law-abiding life.

2. While living with Twila Hoffman and her two children he tried not to break the law.

3. Ernest Miranda was accused of raping a young woman.

4. The victim identified the rapist immediately.

5. Miranda was allowed to consult with an attorney and to have one present during the questioning.

6. Miranda incriminated himself effectively without the police threats and promises.

7. The U.S. Supreme Court stated that Miranda was made to confess to commit the crime.

8. Since that time the suspects were read “Miranda” warnings.

9. The Supreme Court decision was of great help to Miranda.

10. In six years he was imprisoned for having done a new wrong.

Тема 12. The Court System of England and Wales.

Завдання для перевірки знань лексики

Для більш ґрунтовного вивчення НТ 12 необхідно опрацювати зміст текстів, а саме:

Текст №1: English Courts. English for Lawyers: навчальний посібник / Кафедра мовознавства. – Хмельницький: ХУУП, 2009. – С.218-219.

Текст 2. Judicial functions of the House of Lords

www.wordiq.com/.../ Judicial_functions_of_the_House_of_Lords

www.parliament.uk/documents/lords-information.../ hoflbpjudicial.pdf

 

Завдання до тексту №1: English Courts. English for Lawyers: навчальний посібник / Кафедра мовознавства. – Хмельницький: ХУУП, 2009. – С.218-219.

1. Прочитайте та перекладіть текст.

2. Випишіть незнайомі слова з транскрипцією та перекладом.

  1. Ознайомтесь з новою лексикою та вивчіть її.
  2. Складіть план до тексту та перекажіть текст відповідно до плану.

Завдання до тексту №2: Текст 4. Judicial functions of the House of Lords:

www.wordiq.com/.../ Judicial_functions_of_the_ ouse_ of_ Lords

1. Прочитайте та письмово перекладіть текст.

Завдання для перевірки знань граматики

1. Відкрийте дужки, вживаючи дієслова у відповідному часі.

 

A. If John 1) …hadn’t overslept… (not/oversleep), he 2) …… (not/be) late for work. If he 3) ……. (not/be) late for work, his boss 4) ……. (not/fire) him. If John 5) ……. (not/lose) his job, he 6) ……. (not/need) money and he 7) …… (not/rob) the bank. If he 8) ……. (not/rob) the bank, the police 9) …… (not/arrest) him.

 

B. Yesterday the famous bank robber, Finger Smith, robbed another bank in the centre of town. As usual, he only stole £10. If he 1)… had left …(leave) any clues, he 2) ……(be) in prison now, but he’s much too clever. He disconnected the security cameras; if he 3) …… (not/do) that, police 4)…….. (have) him on film now.the strange thing is, Fingers doesn’t seem to be interested in the money; if he 5) …….. (be), he 6) ……..(can/steal) thousands of pounds by now. The police are determined to catch him, and the Chief is confident that they will. He says that if he 7) …… (think) they weren’t going to arrest Fingers eventually, he 8) …… (leave) the police force long ago.

Завдання для перевірки розуміння прочитаного

Прочитайте текст Уважно прочитайте запитання та виділіть речення, які відповідають змісту тексту.

The facts of the burglary at the vicarage came to us chiefly through the medium of the vicar and his wife. It occurred in the small hours of Whit Monday, the day devoted in spring to the Club festivities. Mrs Bunting, it seems, woke up suddenly in the stillness that comes before the dawn, with the strong impression that the door of their bedroom had opened and closed. She did not arouse her husband at first, but sat up in bed listening. She then distinctly heard the pad of bare feet coming out of the adjoining dressing-room and walking along the passage towards the staircase. As soon as she felt assured of this, she aroused Mr Bunting as quietly as possible. He did not strike a light, but putting on his spectacles, his dressing-gown. and his bath slippers, he went out on the landing to listen. He heard quite distinctly a fumbling going on at his study desk downstairs, and then a violent sneeze.

At that he returned to his bedroom, armed himself with the most obvious weapon, the poker, and descended the staircase as noiselessly as possible. Mrs Bunting came out on the landing. The hour was about four, and the ultimate darkness of the night was past. There was a faint shimmer of light in the hall, hut the study doorway yawned impenetrably black- Everything was still except the faint creaking of the stairs under Mr Bunting's tread, and the slight movements in the study. Then something snapped, the drawer was opened, and there was a rustle of papers. Then came a curse, and a match was struck and the study was flooded with yellow light. Mr Bunting was now in the hall, and through the crack of the door he could see the desk and the open drawer and a candle burning on the desk. But the robber he could not see. He stood there in the hall undecided what to do, and Mrs Bunting, her face white and intent, crept slowly downstairs after him. One thing kept up Mr Bunting's courage: the persuasion that this burglar was a resident in the village.

They heard the chink of money, and realised that the robber had found the housekeeping reserve of gold, two pounds ten in half-sovereigns altogether. At that sound Mr Bunting was nerved to abrupt action. Gripping the poker firmly, he rushed into the room, closely followed by Mrs Bunting. "Surrender'." cried Mr Bunting fiercely and then stopped, amazed. Apparently the room was perfectly empty.

 

1. How did the narrator hear about the burglary?

A He was told about it at church.

B He was informed by the victims.

C It was in the newspaper.

D The vicar’s wife told him.

 

2. Why didn't Mrs Bunting wake up her husband as soon as she became suspicious?

A She wanted to confirm her suspicion first.

B She thought she had been dreaming.

C She was afraid.

D She didn’t want to disturb him.

 

3. What did Mr Bunting do after his wife had woken him up?

A He put on his overcoat.

B He turn ed on the light.

C He made sure there was really an intruder.

D He went downstairs to his study.

 

4. Why did Mr Bunting reenter his bedroom?

A To put on his bath slippers.

B To fetch a light so that he could see.

C To get Mrs Bunting to come with him.

D To fetch something with which to defend himself.

 

5. Mr Bunting wasn’t too afraid because

A he thought the burglar was a local.

B Mrs Bunting was with him.

C he was a very courageous man.

D he believed the burglar owned a house nearby.

 

6. What finally made Mr Bunting enter the room?

A He thought the robber was escaping.

B He was afraid of losing his savings.

C Mrs Bunting pushed him.

D He wanted to meet the burglar.

 

7. He shouted,”Surrender!” because he wanted

A to frighten the burglar away.

B to kill the burglar.

C the burglar to lie on the floor.

D the burglar to give himself up.

 

8. When did the burglary take place?

A Just before sunset.

B Just before sunrise.

C Just after sunset.

D Just after sunrise.


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