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1. We use the + superlative adjective to say which is the (biggest, ets.) in a group. True or False. 2.  We use comparative adjectives + than to compare two things, people, etc. True or False.

3.  Put the adjective in brackets in the correct form: What's ______ way to get around? (easy) a. What's the easiest way to get around?  b. What's the easyest way to get around?  c. What's the most easiest way to get around?  d. What's the easy way to get around?  e. What's easiest way to get around? 4. Put the adjective in brackets in the correct form: David is ______ student in our English class. (young) a. David is the young student in our English class.  b. David is the youngest student in our English class.  c. David is youngest student in our English class.  d. David is a youngest student in our English class.  e. David is younger student in our English class. 5.  Put the adjective in brackets in the correct form: It is (cheap) restaurant in the town. a. It is the most cheapest restaurant in the town. b. It is cheaper restaurant in the town. c. It is more cheapest restaurant in the town. d. It is the cheapest restaurant in the town. e. It is cheap restaurant in the town. 6.Put the adjective in brackets in the correct form:    The Mississippi is (long) than the Thames. a. The Mississippi is more longer than the Thames. b.   The Mississippi is longer than the Thames. c. The Mississippi is longest than the Thames. d. The Mississippi is long than the Thames. e. The Mississippi is most longer than the Thames.
1 ответ Английский язык 12.03.2021 13:12


Do you love science? (1) ...Here at the Science Institute we recognise the importance of people like you to the future of technology and every year we hold a nationwide competition to discover young inventors of the future; people who will shape our future lives. It doesn't matter whether you're 11 or 18. There will be prizes for a range of different categories, depending on the type of invention and the age of the entrants, but the main prize will be for the best invention team of young scientists on a particular theme. (2) ...Last year, it was Clothes of the Future', and the winners were a team from Blackhill Secondary School who came up with a new thermal material that would retain heat even in the coldest temperatures. This year's theme is "Transport'. (3). . You might have an idea for a labour-saving device to use in an existing means of transport - in cars, on a bike, on a plane, etc. Alternatively, you may think of a completely new way of getting around altogether. Now, that would be interesting, wouldn't it? Whether your invention is big or small, we want to hear about it. he first thing to do is to form a team at your school and discuss your ideas with your teacher. (4) ...The ideas must be your own. Then, hand in your ideas in writing, showing the processes you went through and your reasons for developing this particular project. We need to receive your idea before the 2nd April. All entries will be examined by a team of experts and the best one will be chosen by the end of June. (5)....The winners will be invited to a prize giving ceremony at the Ritz Hotel in London on the 15th August. The first prize is an amazing opportunity for the winning team to travel around the United States using every possible form of transport in existence! Last year's winners spent a month on a station in the Arctic to see for themselves how their special gloves worked in such freezing temperatures. 'It was the chance of a lifetime," said Pam Parker, one of the lucky team. "We had a wonderful time and I've come back with so many ideas. (6) .You never know what you can achieve until you try! So, start thinking, and we look forward to receiving your entries. For more details, go to our website. A. In particular, do you love inventing new things and ways of doing things? B. You may ask yourselves why science is so interesting. C. You will be informed of the results in early July. D. The judges' decision is final. E. Every year the theme changes. F. Remember that the teacher will be there to give you guidance, not to help with ideas. G. I'd recommend entering this competition to everyone. H. You can interpret the theme in many ways
1 ответ Английский язык 11.03.2021 17:18


Complete the travel collocations with the verbs below. Do, get, go, have, help, light, put up, sleep, taste, travel. 1. _____ a campfire 2. _____ a local dish 3. _____ a lovely view 4. _____ rough 5. _____ the tent 6. _____ someone with their bags 7. _____ away from it all 8. _____ light 9. _____ off the beaten track 10. _____ some volunteer work
1 ответ Английский язык 03.03.2021 17:53



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Subsea Production Systems Oil and gas fields reside beneath many inland waters and offshore areas around the world, and in the oil and gas industry the term subsea relates to the exploration, drilling and development of oil and gas fields in underwater locations. Subsea oil field developments are usually split into shallow water and deepwater categories to distinguish between the different facilities and approaches that are needed. The term shallow water or shelf is used for very shallow water depths where bottom-founded facilities like jackup drilling rigs and fixed offshore structures can be used, and where saturation diving is feasible. Deepwater is a term often used to refer to offshore projects located in water depths greater than around 600 feet, where floating drilling vessels and floating oil platforms are used, and remotely operated underwater vehicles are required as manned diving is not practical. Subsea production systems can range in complexity from a single satellite well with a flowline linked to a fixed platform, FPSO or an onshore installation, to several wells on a template.  Subsea production systems can be used to develop reservoirs, or parts of reservoirs, which require drilling of the wells from more than one location. Deep water conditions can also inherently dictate development of a field by means of a subsea production system, since traditional surface facilities such as on a steelpiled jacket, might be either technically unfeasible or uneconomical due to the water depth. The development of subsea oil and gas fields requires specialized equipment. The equipment must be reliable enough to safeguard the environment and make the exploitation of the subsea hydrocarbons economically feasible. The deployment of such equipment requires specialized and expensive vessels, which need to be equipped with diving equipment for relatively shallow equipment work (i.e. a few hundred feet water depth maximum) and robotic equipment for deeper water depths. Any requirement to repair subsea equipment is thus normally very expensive. This type of expense can result in economic failure of the subsea development. Subsea technology in offshore oil and gas production is a highly specialized field of application with particular demands on engineering and simulation. Most of the new oil fields are located in deep water and are generally referred to as deepwater systems. Development of these fields sets strict requirements for verification of the various systems’ functions and their compliance with current requirements and specifications. This is because of the high costs and time involved in changing a pre-existing system due to the specialized vessels with advanced onboard equipment. The oil industry has adopted modern data technology as a tool for virtual testing of deepwater systems that enables detection of costly faults at an early phase of the project. By using modern simulation tools, models of deepwater systems can be set up and used to verify the system’s functions, and dynamic properties, against various requirements specifications. This includes the model-based development of innovative high-tech plants and system solutions for the exploitation and production of energy resources in an environmentally friendly way. Another part is the real-time virtual test of systems for subsea production, subsea drilling, supply above sea level, seismography, subsea construction equipment, and subsea process measurement and control equipment. 

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1. My friend said. * I play chess better than you. 2. She said, I have packed my things. 3. They said, We enjoyed that concert. 4. He said, " Peter will wait for you after classes. " 5. He asked, " Are they reading books ?" 6. He asked. " When did they come ?" 7. She asked, " Whom are you writing a letter ? 8. asked Nick. Do you want to go to school ?" 13 9. She said to the children. " Don't wait for me." 10. He asked. Does Kate live in Moscow ?" 11. The old woman said. I have lived in this house all my life. " 12. She said, " I will go by bus. " 13. He said, " She is a beautiful girl. " 14. Ann said to her mother. I have broken my watch. " 15. My friend said, " He works only three days a week. "

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1. The amount of £40 million is already being spent on repairs. 2. There will be new college buildings constructed. 3. The quality of teaching is still the main thing for the college administration. 4. The consultations will take place with foreign partners only. No local people will be involved in the process.