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Ex.1 p.23 Choose the correct variant

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1.He became a very rich man when was just 25.

/ , 25.

2.The weather was terrible, rained the whole day.

, .

3.While Maria was writing the report, Henry was looking for more information.

Maria , .

4.At 7 oclock this morning she wasstudi.

7 .

5.The student was reading a magazine while the professor spoke.

, .

6.Henry ate a snack at midnight last night.

.

7.It was snowing heavily when he awoke up.

, .

8.He often borrowed from me when we were students.

, .

9.When he was young he was going/went swimming every Sunday.

, , .

10.When I was shopping in Richmond Street I saw a car accident.

, .

11.I was talking to my boss when you rang.

, .

12.Last year they divided their business into two.

. .

 

Ex.2 p.23 Complete these sentences using the correct form (Past Simple or Past Continuous)of the verbs in brackets.

 

1.While my brother was studying for his exam, I was translating a newspaper article into Ukrainian.

, .

2.Tom was writing a letter to his family when his pencil broke.

, .

3.When I was cleaning the house , I found some old letters.

, .

4.The doorbell ran while I was having a bath.

, .

5.They were building new bank when I was there last year.

, .

6.My friend was owning this company but the state bought it and brought into public sector.

, .

7.I was phoning my parents when the door bell ran .

, .

8.We not heard the phone because we sang .

, .

9.During his visit to Switzerland he went skiing every weekend.

, .

10.While did he watched television he heard a loud cry for help.

, .

11. They established the company in the 1990s.

1990-.

12.When the phone rang. I was talking to a client.

. .

Ex.3 p.24 True or false? Correct where necessary.

 

1.As a child I never staed up later than ten oclock.

.

2.He was probably working in the office when we called.

, .

3.She was talking to someone on the phone when I came.

- , .

4.I was tring to learn the rule while someone outside was playing the guitar.

, - .

5.French hypermarket companies began their operations in the Spanish retail sector.

.

6.Public sector pay rose by only 3 per cent last year.

3 .

7.Analysts predicted continued growth in the service sector last month.

.

8.Many people in the private sector had to take very low pay increase last year.

.

9.With a degree in business studies, she was hoping to find work in a multinational corporation.

.

10. In an effort to improve its image, the company launched a new public relations campaign.

, .

 

 

Ex.4 p24 Translate into English

 

1. ,

They looked the television program when mum has come and has told it a lot of the interesting information.

2. £ 2

England has bought the goods on £ 2 ne million last year..

3. .

.It has not executed to the robot in time and on it remained at office after robots.

4. .

His family privatised some the big shops of our city two years ago.

5. .

It has stopped deliveries of the equipment for our factory last year.

6. .

It has arrived to Kiev about ten o'clock in the morning and at once has called on firm.

7. , .

While she studied as the manager, they liquidated its firm.

8. , .

When they have started to expand the business, it was the owner own corporation.

9. , .

We have well learnt to satisfy requirements of our clients when have visited to become the leader in sector of services.

10. , .

When it to you raw materials, it own .

11. expand a business , We our plans apropos expand a business when our client has called.

12. , .

I do not know, who has proved this company.

UNIT 1 LESSON 3

Text: Ownership

Grammar: Present Perfect Simple

Terms to remember:

join ,

purpose-

unlimited liability company-

limited liability company -

be liable for-

debt- ,

assets- ,
sole trader/sole proprietorship-

partnership/general partnership-

private limited company

limited liability company]-

public limited company ]

listed company]

shareholder-

share-

wealth- ,

offer-

public-

stock exchange-

 

 

P.27 OWNERSHIP

A business is an organization of material , human , financial , and information resources that are joined together for a specific purpose .

- , , , , .

Not all businesses are owned and organized in the same way .

.

In unlimited liability companies the owners are personally and entirely liable for the debts of the company .

.

This means they may lose their personal assets (e.g. their house or their car) if the company is in financial difficulties.

, ( ), .

In a limited liability company (LTD) the owners are liable only for the amount of money they have invested in the business .

(LTD) , .

Unlimited liability companies are subdivides into sole traders (BrE)/sole proprietorship (AmE)(a type of business organization owned and run by two person)and partnership (BrE)/general partnerships (a firm ran by two or more partners).

, (BrE) / (AmE) ( , , ), (BrE) / ( ).

A lot of professional people like lawyers , accountants and so on , work in partnerships.

, , .

Limited liability companies are subdivided into private limited companies / limited liability companies and public limited companies / listed companies .

/ / .

A private limited company / limited liability company is a company which has shareholders (people who own the wealth of a company)but which cannot offer its shares to the public.

/ - , (, ), .

A public limited company / listed company is a company whose shares can be bought and sold (publicly traded) on the stock exchange.

- / - , ( ) .

 

Ex.1 p.31 Answer the following questions :

 

1.Not all businesses are owned and organized in the same way .

.

3.In unlimited liability companies the owners are personally and entirely liable for the debts of the company .

4..In a limited liability company (LTD) the owners are liable only for the amount of money they have invested in the business .

(LTD) , .

5.Unlimited liability companies are subdivides into sole traders (BrE)/sole proprietorship (AmE)(a type of business organization owned and run by two person)and partnership (BrE)/general partnerships (a firm ran by two or more partners).

, (BrE) / (AmE) ( , , ), (BrE) / ( ).

7.Limited liability companies are subdivided into private limited companies / limited liability companies and public limited companies / listed companies .

/ / .

8.A private limited company / limited liability company is a company which has shareholders (people who own the wealth of a company)but which cannot offer its shares to the public.

/ - , (, ), .

9.A public limited company / listed company is a company whose shares can be bought and sold (publicly traded) on the stock exchange.

- / - , ( ) .

 

 

p.33 Ex.2 Choose the corrected variant:

 

1.He has published a new book twice already.

.

2.I never have been to Italy, but I went to England last May.

, .

3.I have sent them an E-mail this week.

.

4.Have you registed your ticket yet?

?

5.The plane from Paris landed an hour ago.

.

6.How many schools have you studied in?

?

7.The shop never has made any money.

.

8.Has it stopped snowing yet?

/ , ?

9.He has in his office since early morning.

.

10.Mary called her employer yesterday.

.

11. I have answered three letters so far.

.

12.She has been away on business since last Monday.

.

 

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