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CLASS ASSIGNMENTS. XII. Say the following sentences in the Past and Future Perfect Passive:




XII. Say the following sentences in the Past and Future Perfect Passive:

1. The work has been completed. 2. The important findings have been proved. 3. The number of leucocytes has been counted. 4. A female patient has been transferred to the hospital.

XIII. Make the following sentences negative and interrogative:

1. The new methods of research had been included into my work. 2. The course of treatment has been prolonged. 3. The structure of the pancreas will have been described in the new book.

XIV. Use the construction 'it is (was)... that' to emphasize the parts of the sentence in bold type:

1. The motor cortex controls many movements of the human being. 2. During the systole both ventricles of the heart contract. 3. On deep respiration the vital capacity of the lungs may become 6 litres. 4. In 1538 Andreas Vesalius published his six-volume work "Tabulae Anatomicae".

XV. Translate these word combinations:

1. constant communications between sense organs; 2. a complicated case; 3. in the heart area; 4. the feeling of pain; 5. to control a disease; 6. to examine hearing; 7. to analyse the disfunction of movements

XVI. Choose the nouns that can be used with the given verbs:

to control, to move, to send

findings, head, disease, pain, hands, movements, patient, respiration, letter, heartbeat, order, vision, legs

XVII. Choose the verbs to be used together with the given nouns:

the pain can (be discharged, be estimated, be controlled);

the area can (be extended, be published, be pumped);

the smell can (be covered, be entered, be felt); the vision can (be breathed in, be investigated, be complicated)

XVIII. Read the passage and say what interesting things you have learned:

If the human being has a bad headache he often feels pain within the skull. But really the nerves through which pain stimuli pass exist mainly in the blood vessels and nervous system, but not in the proper substance of the brain. So the brain itself does not feel pain.

XIX. Memorize the words. Translate the sentences:

feed [fi:d] (fed, fed) v кормить(ся), питать(ся); feeding [fi:dig] питание. The mother feeds her infant. Milk is the main feeding of an infant.

obtain [ab'tein] v приобретать; получать; доставать. During our life we obtain much experience.

develop [di'vebp] v развивать(ся); обнаруживать(ся); появляться, разрабатывать, создавать. The patient developed a bad pain in the stomach.

supply [sa'plai] v обеспечивать, снабжать; питать; и питание; снабжение; запас. Blood supply may become decreased in some heart disease.

response [ris'pons] n ответ; реакция. The response to the treatment was rapid.

XX. Translate the words with the same root:

condition, conditioned, unconditioned; protect, protective, protection; production, productive, produce; add, addition, additional, additionally; developed, developing, development

XXL Read, translate, and name the snffixes in the following words:

general, generalize; dependent, dependency; weak, weakness; insufficiency, insufficient; analysis, analyse; red, redness; infant, infancy

XXII. Read Text B. Translate it. State the difference between conditioned and nnconditioned reflexes:







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