Мой день на английском5-9 класс
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Well...it was about 4 o'clock in the afternoon and i was driving home... ...when suddenly something flew down from the sky and him my car. I was surprised! A huge turtle! I know! I stopped the car and got out. The turtle was lying on the ground and two people were running towards it! They looked very woorried! The turtle's owners. It seems that the turtle was crswling on the balcony of their tenth floor apartment when it fell off onto my car. Well, the turtle was fine but my car was badly damaged. Well, l'm still a bit shocked!
12) The system is subject to frequent false alarms. INFORMATION ROOM The 'Information room' is in the headquarters of the police force and is manned day and night by a team of specially trained police officers. The Information Room receives all emergency calls from the public and directs patrol cars to the scenes of crimes, accidents, or other incidents requiring police help. The Information Room also keeps in radio touch with the patrol boats on the Thames and patrol helicopters. The room consists of a number of telephone booths, which are connected with the emergency-call system of the town or city (the '999' calls) and wh ere calls from the public for police help are received. A large table in the middle of the room is covered with a detailed map of the police district, showing all the streets and the patrol areas of the police cars. The cars themselves are shown by coloured tokens - cubes, pyramids, or circles - which represent the type of duty on which the cars are engaged and which are moved about on the map according to the information which comes in from the observers. The radio operator in touch with the cars is placed so that he can see the table and at the same time get messages from the telephone operators. A senior police officer supervises the whole room. When a call for help comes in, the telephone operator calls out the name of the street as soon as he gets it and then goes on to take down details of the crime, accident, or whatever it may be. The radio operator or the supervising officer meanwhile notes which car is nearest to the scene and instructs it to start moving in that direction. As soon as the rest of the details are known, they are passed on to the driver and observer, but the chief aim is to get the car moving towards the spot first. Between three hundred and four hundred calls are dealt with in London every day, on public holidays, or on other occasions when big crowds gather, there have often been more than a thousand calls for help at Scotland Yard (headquarter of the Metropolitan Police) in one day. The usual time lag between a report to the information room and the arrival of a car on the spot is about four minutes. It has on occasions been even less. In one recent case in London, a report was received in the information room at Scotland Yard to the effect that two thieves were trying to break into a warehouse. A police car happened to be turning into the road wh ere the warehouse lay as the report was being made. The address was relayed immediately to the car, and the thieves were caught before the individual making the report had finished talking. The whole incident took less than two minutes. The system suffers from false alarms, but not as much as the other emergency-call systems such as the fire alarms. False police alarms are also easier to trace. An annoying outbreak of false calls in Birmingham was cleared up simply by keeping the caller talking while the call was traced. A police car was on the spot in less than a minute and the offenders, four schoolgirls, were caught red-handed. (They later admitted that they had been making the calls from different parts of the town and had then retired to hiding-places near by in order to enjoy the excitement of watching the cars arrive.)
11) Solicitors usually work on their own. SOLICITORS AND BARRISTERS There are over 90,000 solicitors and 14,000 barristers - as of 2003. The failure rate in achieving a lasting career is one in three as a barrister. This is probably due to the difficulty in earning a regular wage and the costs of working 'in chambers'. Not all solicitors practise - about 25% of them work in-house for companies and other profit or non-profit making organizations and the government. The specialist area of law will determine the amount of advocacy that barristers are involved in. Some areas of law will usually involve more advocacy (for example, criminal, family and employment) - commercial usually less so. Barristers are self-employed and they are responsible for all their own paperwork such as VAT, tax and expenses that is why they work together in chambers to share the costs. Solicitors are usually employed. Solicitors can usually only advocate in the lower courts, such as Magistrates Courts; they can pursue higher rights of audience should they wish to do so when they have taken the appropriate training and qualifications. Barristers have the right of audience in all courts. The client's contact with their Barrister is through the Solicitor who will usually choose which Barrister to instruct and act as an intermediary. For solicitors there is a contractual relationship with the Client and they can be sued for professional negligence As a result of a decision of the House of Lords in 2000 it was determined that Solicitors are liable for their advocacy in court as well as their work out of court, this ruling also applies to barristers. Barristers only specialize in a particular area of law; solicitors can also specialize but usually do general work as well. Barristers cannot turn down work as their Code of Conduct has a 'cab rank' rule - they must accept any case they are offered subject to availability of time, suitability within their own specialty or giving a good reason. The normal way to become a solicitor is obtain a law degree then pass the Legal Practice Course (LPC); this is a further course of study, designed to prepare you for work in a solicitor's office, which takes a year. After this you then spend two years working in a solicitors' office under a training contract. If you don't have a law degree then you first of all must take a Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) then take the LPC. You must have a law degree to train as a barrister.
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ученица .5 Мой любимый вид спорта тенис. 6 Я интересуюсь музыкой . 7 Мой любимый придмет английский язык 8 мой папа таксист .9 Он интересуется машинами 10 Моя мама врач. 11 она интересуется музыкой 12 Мы всегда заняты но мы очень счастливы быть вместе 13 чья это ручка?- это моя ручка 14 чья это кника? - это ваша книга 15 чей это стол? - это стол моего брата .16 где твоя мама? - она на работе 17 где твой брат? -он в школе
мой самый любимый фаворит это филип киркоров
Эмили диккинсон это американская поэтесса
В великобритании люди говорят на английском,ирландском и шотландском языках
У меня есть две кошки,собака и попугай
Дайте мне эту книгу
Принесите нам ту ручку
Дайте ему эти карандаши
Откройте эту книгу и читайте текст
Говорите по английски пожалуйста
Не говорите по русски пожалуйста
Закройте книгу и принесите ее мне
Не открывайте это окно пожалуйста.
2. Том всегда ест
3. Моя сестра ненавидит змей
4. Где ты живёшь? Я живу в Москве
5. Твоя сестра говорит по французки? нет,она говорит по немецки, а её муж говорит на английском
6. Племянница моей мамы увлекается садоводством
7. Он видел этот фильм вчера
8. Джейн не может перевести это упражнение сама. Помоги ей
9. Извини, я не прочитал ещё детектив
10. Она обычно кормит своих питомцев дважды в день