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I. Find in the list of English words and word combinations equivalents to the following Russian words:

1. ладить (с коллегами)

2. ранжировать (располагать по степени важности)

3. общие показатели (признаки)

4. выработать ряд правил

5. близкий друг

6. взаимоотношения с супругами

7. подчиненные

8. вышестоящие (сотрудника)

9. публично критиковать

10. обсуждать по секрету

11. возвращать долги

12. нарушать правила;

13. замещать кого-то;

14. чернить, клеветать на (оговаривать) кого-то

 

a) get on well, b) to denigrate somebody, c) one of the main sources of job satisfaction; d) general markers; e) to repay debts; f) a close friend; g) relationships with spouses h) work colleagues, i) subordinates; j) to look in the eye; k) to criticize publicly; l) to discuss in confidence (privately); m) to generate a number of rules; n) to break the rules; o) to ask for help; p) to stand up for somebody; q) to rate r) superiors

II. Give synonyms to the following words:

1. to range

2. to say bad things about somebody in his (her) absence

3. to pay back

4. recommendations

5. to replace somebody in his (her) absence

6. a fair part of work

III. Choose the correct answer:

1. Be cooperative with regard to the shared physical workingconditions.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

2. This usually lets the other person feel that what he is saying is interesting, and encourages him to continue speaking.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

3. Smiling does not mean that a person you are speaking to is your close friend.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

4. Leaning forward slightly while a person is talking you indicate your interest to him.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

5. Don’t display hypocritical liking.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

6. A warm and firm handshake is a safe and positive way of showingan open and friendly attitude toward the people.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

7. Another approach to the resolvingof interpersonal conflicts is increasing the amount of communication between those involved.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

8. Another approach to resolving interpersonal conflicts is increasing the amount of communication between those involved.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

9. In many cultures the most acceptable form of first contact between two people who are just meetingis a warm handshake.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

10.Work cooperatively despite feelings of dislike.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

11. It is common to look up, down, and all around when speaking to others.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

12. To his horror the patient suddenly stopped breathing.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

13. The patient’s breathingwas hoarse and the temperature was elevating rapidly.

A –gerund; B-participle I; C- noun

 







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