One(s). Another. Other(s). One another. Each other. Each and every.

1. underline the correct variant

1. Well, hurry up – the others/another are waiting. 2. Can I see just one/another more contract? 3. These catalogues are more interesting than the other one/ones. 4. I don’t like the price. Let’s see if they have another/the other cheaper product. 5. Give me another/the other few minutes. 6. You will each/every receive a name badge on arrival. 7. Nearly every/each time I see her, she’s wearing that dark-grey dress. 8. Each/every of these containers contains something but not every/each one has something valuable in it. 9. OK, but let’s stop arguing with each/one another. 10. This shop is no good – let’s try another/other.

& 2. Complete the following text with: other, another, others or other’s

Left-handedness is a fascinating phenomenon, unless you are trying to undo a knot that a left-handed person has tied the (1) … way round. It is surprising that left-handers have not protested more about how the physical world has been constructed around the '(2) … lot'. Though the days have gone when children were forced to change to the (3)… way, we still don't make enough concessions. Surely lefties should be encouraged to greet one (4) … by shaking the (5)… left hand. Why don't they always stick out their left hand anyway and surprise all us (6)… once in a while? I've seen some lefties writing like crabs and producing handwriting from (7)… planet and I've seen (8)… who produce better writing than any (9)… person I know. And (10)… thing: why don't left-handed waiters tease us by laying the table 'back to front'? They've as much right as the right-handers.

& 3. Complete the following text with: each, every, all, whole, none, no

I was telling you about my family, wasn't I? It seems that not (1)… family is having the same problems. Since last week, I have spoken to nearly (2)… my colleagues and (3)… other one says that (4)… is sweetness and light in their family. (5)… of them - the (6)… family - sit down and (7)… of them takes turns to say something about what they're doing or have been doing and nearly (8)…. other member of the family hangs on their (9)… word. There's (10)… aggression; (11)… of the others shows anything but total interest in the others' (12)… story. (13)… of them takes his or her turn and (14)… of them listen - (15)… of them resents it. (16)… I can say is, they're lucky. Almost (17)… meal we have together is spoilt because there's (18)… contact with anyone else and (19)… of us remains a little island. (20)… wonder my daughters don't come and visit very often.

4. translate from Russian into English

1. Каждый бухгалтер умеет работать на компьютере. 2. Участники переговоров (talks) тепло приветствовали друг друга. 3. Принесите, пожалуйста, другой каталог. 4. Это не секретная информация. Ты можешь передать ее другим. 5. Я внимательно слушал каждое его слово. 6. Это одно из нескольких писем которые мы получили от нашего адвоката. 7. Не каждый руководитель согласится с этим предложением. 8. С одной стороны я ценю все, что ты делаешь, но с другой я бы хотел, чтобы ты был более внимательным. 9. Однажды ты поймешь, что я был прав. 10. Мне нравятся эти товары. Я хочу купить один из них.



1. Underline the correct variant

1. They ask for higher/the highest quality control than it is. 2. Easier/the easiest said than done. 3. One of the oldest/older engineering industries in Denmark is shipbuilding. 4. You came later/late than had promised. 5. The workers themselves suffered the most/many. 6. The more/much competition, the lower/lower the price. 7. July is the hottest/hotter month of the year. 8. Bosses today are younger/the youngest and closer/the closest in age to the workers they supervise. 9. Perhaps we could afford it if I could get a better/the best job. 10. You certainly look much happier/the happiest than you did yesterday.

2. Complete the following sentences. Use the comparative degree of the adjective given in brackets plus than where necessary

1. Sorry, I am late. It took me (long) to get here … I expected. 2. Her illness was (serious) … we thought at first. 3. My toothache is (painful) … it was yesterday. 4. The problem is not so complicated. It’s (simple) … you think. 5. Health and happiness are (important) … money. 6. I like the countryside. It’s (healthy, peaceful) … and … living in a town. 7. She looks about 20, but in fact she’s (old) … she looks. 8. My brother works (hard) … most of his friends. 9. The exam was (easy) … we expected. 10. He seems to be (modest) … his famous father. 11. You speak English (good) … I do. 12. I like motorcycle (much) … bicycle.

3. Complete the following sentences using few, a few, little, a little

1. He is very successful even though he has … education. 2. … people really understood what the lecture was about. 3. He made so … mistakes that he came top in the exam. 4. He’s an expert on languages, but he knows … about mathematics. 5. I was tired and hungry, but fortunately I had … money left. 6. My colleague is very helpful. He is sure to have … good ideas. 7. I can’t do much I’m afraid. I have so … time. 8. By the end of the year … employees had been fired. 9. … unskilled jobs are well-paid, but not very many. 10. My partner tried hard, but he helped me … .

4. translate from Russian into English

1. Здесь слишком шумно. Можем мы пойти в более тихое место? 2. Эта книга оказалась самой дешевой среди всех. 3. Сегодня вы выглядите намного хуже. Что случилось? 4. Самый близкий магазин от моего дома находится через дорогу. 5. Вам следует быть более терпеливым к пациентам. 6. Англичане намного более формальны и сдержаны, чем немцы. 7. Ожидая интервью, я нервничал все больше и больше. 8. Чем дороже отель, тем лучше сервис. 9. Моя зарплата не такая высокая, как твоя. 10. Самым трудным для меня было найти работу в чужой стране. 11. На этом канале самая дорогая реклама. 12. Данные этого опроса более надежные. 13. Я понимаю, что у вас мало времени, но можно задать несколько вопросов? 14. Я был в Испании несколько раз и познакомился с некоторыми интересными для нас людьми (to get acquainted with). 15. Они знали очень мало об истории своего региона. 16. Президент компании был немного огорчен результатами переговоров.




1. Underline the correct variant

1. If you leave the hotel, please, leave your key at/in reception. 2. Who is that man standing in/at the bus-stop? 3. There’s no one on/in the room. 4. What have you got at/in your hand? 5. Have you read this article on/in the newspaper? 6. Our office is between/at two shops. 7. When we flew over/at Paris we couldn’t see much because we were above/between the clouds. 8. The USA is a country on/in America. 9. The window in/on our office is behind/at the curtain. 10. Write your name at/in the top of the page.

2 Complete the following sentences with a suitable preposition

1. Put the books … the table. 2. The butter is … the fridge. 3. We saw them … the bus-stop. 4. I met her … a party. 5. She works … Barcelona. 6. I left my books … the institute. 7. There was still a lot of snow … the ground when I arrived. 8. He lives … a very nice area. 9. Yesterday we went … the museum and then had lunch … the cafeteria. 10. Look! You have mud … your shoes. Wipe them … the mat before you come … the house. 11. I’ve got to go … town this morning, but we can meet later … John’s house. 12. I saw Jessica … Oxford Street and she told me she’s still … university.

3. Add the appropriate preposition of place to these phrases

…. the corner of the road …. street
… the back … work all day
…. the crossroad …. the open air the
…. the television ….home
….. a journey …. the park
….. the bus-stop …. a chair
…. hospital …. the door
… Europe …. a queue
….. Earth … the bottom
…. the north … top

4. translate from Russian into English

1. Она встала и подошла к окну. На улице она увидела женщину, сидящую на скамейке. 2. Я раньше никогда не был в Соединенных Штатах. 3. Я не могу найти Тома на этой фотографии. 4. Наша компания находится в конце той улицы. 5. – Скажите, пожалуйста, как пройти к площади? – Вам нужно пройти между этим домом и магазином. Затем поверните направо и вы увидите площадь. 6. Пожалуйста, найдите отчет на моем столе. В конце списка напишите свою фамилию и адрес. 7. Мы долго гуляли по улице и, наконец, подошли к дому, который искали. На двери висела табличка с именем жильца. 8. Наш офис расположен на пятом этаже. 9. Над столом в кабинете отца висит фотография всей нашей семьи В левом нижнем углу указан год когда она была сделана. 10. Посмотри! По той стороне улицы идет моя подруга. Давай пойдем за ней и догоним ее.

Time (at, on, in)

1. underline the correct variant

1. The train will be leaving in/on a few minutes. 2. The first man landed on the moon on/at 21 July 1969. 3. In Britain children have to start school at/in the age of five. 4. You can see the stars at/in nights. 5. Mr. Benn is busy in/at the moment. 6. Will you be here at/on the week-end? 7. I usually go out on/at Monday evenings. 8. Our meeting will start at/in 7 o’clock. 9. In/at the end, we found a taxi and arrived at the theatre on/at time. 10. Hurry up and we’ll be there in/at time for lunch.

2. Complete the following sentences with a suitable preposition

1. The course begins … 7 January and ends … 10 March. 2. … the end of the book they get married. 3. She thought about it for some time and, … the end, she decided to go to America. 4. … the morning he went to see his friend. 5. … Tuesday morning I’m going to town. 6. I like walking round the town … night. 7. Are you doing anything special… the week-end? 8. I’m just going out to do some shopping. I’ll be back … half an hour. 9. My friend is out of work …the moment. 10. The telephone and the door bell rang … the same time.

3. Add the appropriate preposition of time to these phrases

… present … the beginning
… arrival … a moment
… 6.30 pm … last
… the afternoon … the year 2000
… Wednesday afternoon … her birthday
… an hour … midnight
… weekends … March 25
… weekdays … a winter’s night
… a cold day … times
… a week … the summer

4. Read the text and add the preposition which best fits each space

Going to the zoo

(1)… Saturday morning, we took the children (2)… the zoo because (3)… school they are doing a project (4)… the moment on zoos - and we thought they should go (5)… one and do some research (6)… the spot. Later on, when we got home, they looked up some information (7)… the encyclopedia and we found out that the first public zoo (8)… the world was opened (9)… Paris (10)… 1793; this was the famous Jardin des Plantes. (11)… it were animals, of course, but there was also a museum and a botanical garden. The next big zoo to be opened was (12)… 1829 in Regent's Park (13)… London. (14)… Britain, there are now many more zoos. (14) … Whipsnade Zoo, in Bedfordshire, animals from all parts of the world are free to roam (15)… the surrounding countryside.

4 Translate from Russian into English

1. Заседание начнется через несколько минут. 2. На Пасху люди обычно посещают церковь. 3. Менеджер и секретарь пришли в офис в одно и то же время. 4. Мы путешествовали всю ночь и прибыли в Лондон в 5 часов утра. 5. Я закончу институт в 22 года. 6. В понедельник утром у нас важная встреча. 7. Она получит водительские права через 2 месяца. 8. В полночь я слышал странный шум в коридоре. 9. Мы начнем продавать эту продукцию в апреле. 10. Увидимся на следующей неделе. 11. Мы познакомились в прошлом году на Рождество.


(For, since, during, while, ago, already, before, still, yet, from…to/until/till)

1. Underline the correct variant

1. We met a lot of interesting people while/during our holidays. 2. Since/while you were out, there was a phone call for you. 3. We’ve worked in this market for/during six years. 4. I’ll phone you some time for/during this afternoon. 5. He waited from/since ten before/till two. 6. I came to London exactly six months before/ago. 7. I haven’t finished my report still/yet. 8. She has already/yet answered the phone call. 9. The customer has been waiting for an hour, but she yet/still isn’t here. 10. My friend went to the airport last Monday to meet Sue. He hadn’t been to this airport yet/before.

2. Complete the following sentences with a suitable preposition

1. It must be a month … we last saw each other. 2. We haven’t worked together … about a month. 3. … her work here she made a lot of good friends. 4. … she was typing her report, she made some mistakes. 5. … that year he rose from deputy manager to managing director. 6. I went to the USA about a year …. 7. My partner has never been abroad … . 8. I haven’t had lunch …. 9. Is the manager … here? 10. aren’t you ready …?

& 3. Fill in the gaps, using the words given

ago, since, already, before, still, until, while, for, yet, during, in, from


A couple of months ago Charles was in Athens on his way back to the States from a business trip. It had been ages (1)… he had felt so angry. He had been at the airport (2)… seven o'clock in the morning (3)… now, waiting for a flight to New York. An announcement had (4)… been made to say that the plane was delayed due to 'technical problems'. Half an hour (5)… that, another announcement had said there was to be a delay caused by air traffic congestion. Now the plane had been sitting on the runway (6)… at least an hour but it was (7)… not ready to board. (8)… this delay, Charles tried to complete his report, which he hadn't finished (9)…, though his boss was expecting it on his return. There was a lot of noise going on around him (10)… he was trying to put the finishing touches to his final paragraph so (11)… the end he gave up. It had been years (12)… Charles had traveled by plane. He avoided flying if he could, ever (13)… a particularly unpleasant flight years (14)… when he was (15)… convinced flying was the worst way to get around.

4. Translate from Russian into English

1. цены на эту продукцию упали десять дней назад. 2. Наша встреча продолжалась в течение двух часов. 3. Во время перерыва мы ходим в кафе. 4. Я работаю в этой компании с середины прошлого года. 5. Последний пункт контракта партнеры обсуждали с десяти утра до семи вечера. 6. Пока отец смотрел телевизор, кто-то позвонил в дверь. 7. –Могу я видеть бухгалтера? – Нет, он еще не пришел. 8. Я несколько раз был в Австралии, но мне все еще нравится ездить туда. 9. Мой друг взял пять уроков вождения машины, но он все еще водит ее плохо. 10. Спасибо, я не буду тестировать это оборудование. Я работал на нем раньше.

Like/as constructions

1. Underline the correct variant

1. A few years ago I worked like/as a bus driver. 2. Do you think my sister looks like/as me? 3. The news of her disease came like/as a great shock. 4. He’s 35 but sometimes he behaves like/as a child. 5. We don’t need all the bedrooms in the house, so we use one of them like/as a study. 6. I’ll phone you tomorrow evening like/as usual, OK? 7. He never listens. Talking to him is like/as talking to a wall. 8. Suddenly there was a terrible noise. It was like/as a bomb exploding. 9. She is a good swimmer. She swims like/as a fish. 10. Where do you work? – I work in a bank, like/as most of my friends.

2. Complete the following sentences with like or as

1. Everyone is ill at home. Our house is … a hospital. 2. She has just found a job … a secretary. 3. During the war this hotel was used … a hospital. 4. He really gets on my nerves. I can’t stand people … him. 5. I think I prefer this room … it was, before we decorated it. 6. You needn’t take my advice if you don’t want to. You can do … you like. 7. … I said yesterday, I’m thinking of taking up teaching. 8. It’s raining again. I hate weather … this. 9. He wastes too much time doing things … sitting in cafes all day. 10. My feet are really cold. They’re … blocks of ice.

4. Translate from Russian into English

1. Они пригласили меня в эту поездку в качестве адвоката. 2. Наш босс очень серьезный человек. Он не любит подобные шутки. 3. Мы назначили встречу на следующей неделе, в 9.30 как обычно. 4. На время ремонта наша компания использует это помещение в качестве склада. 5. Как сказал наш менеджер на последнем собрании, наша зарплата увеличится в следующем месяце. 6. Он вел себя как ребенок и не реагировал на замечания. 7. Я учусь в институте и одновременно работаю учителем в школе. 8. Девочка играла, словно настоящая актриса. 9. На улице было тепло, словно летом.



Active voice

To be, to have

1. Underline the correct variant

1. Those prices are/is high enough to buy the product. 2. Are/is the books expensive in your country? 3. - Is/are this seat free? – Yes, it is/are. 4. I was/were on business trip last month. 5. I am/is/are hot. Can you open the window? 6. Yesterday my children was/were at school. 7. This car has/have got four doors. 8. In the morning I felt that I have/had got a cold, that’s why I couldn’t go to work. 9. He works much and has/have enough money to pay for his flat. 10. I has/have something important to tell you. 11. Last Sunday we have/had a wonderful party. 12. Next week I will be/am in Moscow.

2 Complete the following sentences with the proper form of the verbs to be or to have

1. The weather (to be) nice today. 2. This castle (to be) one thousand years old. 3. The shops (to be) not open on Sundays. 4. Our last examination (to be) not difficult. 5. The next meeting (to be) very important. 6. I (to be) not a manager. I (to be) a student. 7. Your money (to be) in your handbag when you (to be) at shop yesterday. 8. Hurry up! We (not to have got) much time. 9. Alice is going to the dentist. She (to have) a toothache. 10. Julia wants to go on holiday but she (not to have got) any money. 11.- What’s wrong? – I (to have) something in my eye. 12. Everybody likes Tom. He (to have) a lot of friends. 13. You (to be) in the office tomorrow morning?

3. Fill in the gaps using the proper form of the verbs to be or to have

1. The secretary … in the office. She … a lot of work to do. 2. London … the capital of Great Britain. 3. What … the weather like today? 4. … Tom and Bob good salesmen? 5. … you hungry? 6. – You look upset. – I got a letter yesterday. - … the news bad? 7. Last week we … a meeting with our customers. 8. – Do you know anything about weather forecast? – No, my friend … the information. 9. Our goods were lost, so we … much trouble with our partners. 10. –What did you do at your working place? – Oh, I … a lot of duties. 11. Tomorrow at 5 o’clock I … at home. 12. You … our top manager next year.

4. Translate from Russian into English

1. Мой друг сейчас в университете. 2. Мой отчеты были на столе. Где они сейчас? 3. Джон не был в командировке прошлой зимой. Он был в отпуске. 4. У моих друзей новая квартира. Они будут рады видеть нас там. У меня уже есть для них подарок. 5. Последние новости были очень приятными. Цены на нашу продукцию выросли вдвое. 6. – Где шеф? – Его нет. У него важная встреча. 7. В прошлом году он был простым продавцом. Сейчас он менеджер отдела и у него новые обязанности. 8. Я представитель торговой компании. У меня есть то, что может вас заинтересовать. 9. Это очень хороший и интересный город. У него есть много исторических мест. 10. Мы будем первыми, кто начнет продавать эту продукцию в этом регионе.

There is, there are

1. Underline the correct variant

1. There is/are a large table in my office. 2. There is/are three windows in it. 2. There is/are a report and two catalogues on my boss’s table. 3. There is/are a nice park in our city. 4. There was/were three mistakes in my dictation. 5. There is/are some English books on the shelf of his room. 6. There wasn’t/weren’t an institute here in 1950. 7. There was/were very many workers in the meeting yesterday. 8. There is/are a new cinema near my house. 9. How many institutes is/are there in your town now? 10. Was/were there a lot of important information in your report?

2 Complete the following sentences with there is/are or there was/were constructions

1. … a lot of inquires for our goods every month. 2. … any problems with shipment last week? 3. … only a sales representative in the office, but … no employees. 4. … no supply of products to the island because of the storm. 5. What … in your safe? 6. … a shop-assistant and two buyers in the shoe department, when I came in. 7. How much information … about our rival company? 8. … any news about our former neighbours since they moved into a new flat. 9. Who … in the hall, when you were leaving the office? 10. … a church, two theatres and a cinema in our town.

2. Use the to-infinitive clause below to complete the following sentences

To ask, to drink, to do, to eat, to help, to read, to see, to sleep, to spare, to watch.

1. I was thirsty, but there was nothing … 2. The tourists were tired out, but there was nowhere … 3. There were no books or newspapers, nothing … 4. I switched on the TV, but there wasn’t really anything … 5. We had a walk round the town, but there wasn’t anything interesting … 6. The children were bored. They said there was nothing … 7. We were late setting off, so there was no time … 8. I couldn’t do it alone and there was no one … 9. A stranger couldn’t find his way and there was no one … 10. They all were hungry, but there wasn’t very much …

3. Translate from Russian into English

1. В прошлом году в нашей компании работало пятьдесят человек, а сейчас в ней работает уже двести. 2. На том столе много журналов? – Нет, только два. 3. В его последнем отчете было три ошибки. 4. Недалеко от нашего офиса есть хорошая столовая. 5. В этом тексте есть несколько новых слов. 6. Пять лет тому назад завода здесь не было. 7. Сколько компьютеров в вашем офисе? – Недавно их было шесть, но один сломался. На следующей неделе будет еще два новых компьютера. 8. В новом журнале есть много интересных статей. Я советую вам его прочитать. 9. Что находится в этой коробке? – Там лежат образцы нашей новой продукции. 10. Через год здесь будет новый магазин. 11. К сожалению, не было свидетелей этого преступления. 12. Из-за непогоды в аэропорту было много людей. 13. Сколько минут в одном часе? 14. На столе лежали документы, когда вы пришли в офис? 15. Были другие предложения по поводу этого проекта?

To make, to do

1. Match the verbs phrases (1-10) with the meanings (a-j)

1) make notes a) check that smth. is certain
2) do badly b) injure
3) make an attempt c) work and become rich
4) make a journey d) try as hard as possible
5) do harm e) write down information
6) do some exercise f) try
7) make sense g) not be successful
8) make a fortune h) travel
9) make sure i) practice a set of movement
10) do your best j) understand because it is clear
11) make inquires k) manage to pay your bills
12) make both ends meet l) explore, analyze

2. Underline the correct variant

1. I did/make my best – what else could I make/do? 2. Smoking does/makes harm to your health. 3. I’ll surely do/make my homework. 4. The student made/did an excuse after being late for the class. 5. Who did/made that noise? 6. Do/make some work and then we’ll go for a walk. 7. I’ll make/do you an offer you can’t refuse. 8. She made/did a lot of money as a model. 9. He is just making/doing some coffee if you want some. 10. Scientists will have to make/do more research into the problem. 11. Have you made/did much progress with your English? 12. You’ll have to do/make more of an effort if you want to succeed. 13. She can’t make/do sense of what you are saying. Speak more slowly, please.

3. Complete the following sentences with a proper form of the verb to do or to make

1. Her job has something to … with marketing. 2. Girls … up half of the students in the school. 3. You’ll have to … without your dinner if you don’t get back in time. 4. She’s been sitting in front of the mirror for ages … herself up. 5. The government has decided to … away with the old tax law. 6. Speak louder – I can’t … out what you’re saying. 7. If you … your best to explain the problem, I’m sure she’ll understand. 8. It’s about time you … some exercise – you’re getting a bit overweight. 9. I don’t believe him – he’s … it up! 10. How many times a week do you … the shopping?

4. Put the following with the verb make or do to make verb phrase. Use them in the sentences of your own

1) an appointment 16) a bad impression 31) fun
2) badly 17) the bed 32) a mess
3) a cup of coffee 18) a decision 33) friends with
4) a difference 19) the dishes 34) a speech
5) a dress 20) French 35) shopping
6) good 21) a good impression 36) up one’s mind
7) your hair 22) harm 37) a will
8) your homework 23) a job 38) nothing
9) a living 24) a loss 39) business
10) marks on the wall 25) Maths 40) a notice
11) a mistake 26) money 41) someone a favor
12) a phone call 27) Physics 42) a progress
13) a profit 28) sth. for a living 43) the housework
14) a suggestion 29) the washing up
15) well 30) some work

5. Complete the question with do or make and give the answer of your own

1. What would you like to … for a living? 2. Is … a lot of money important to you? 3. What would you wear to … a good impression at a job interview? 4. Would you accept a well-paid job if it … harm to your health? 5. Does it … a difference to you if your boss is a man or woman? 6. Would you … a job which involved responsibility for people's lives? 7. Do you always … your homework? 8. Which subject … you do well in at school? 9. How do you feel when you … a mistake in your English? 10. What do you do if you badly … in an exam? 11. What kind of exercises do you like … in class? 12. Do you … notes while you're listening to the cassette in English?

& 6. Fill each gap in the following text with one suitable word


'OK, you can (1)… your shirt up now,' said Doctor Hymes. He had just given me a thorough check-up and was (2)… detailed notes on a big sheet of paper. 'What do you (3)… of it all, doctor?' I asked anxiously. 'Well, the first thing is that you could (4)… with a good rest. You've been overdoing it a bit, haven't you?' I admitted I had been (5)… a lot of overtime recently. I had taken a lot on and had (6)… a bit of a mess of it all and was suffering from stress. He agreed that this probably had a lot to (7)… with it. I had also (8)… the mistake of starting to smoke again; in fact my diet was now largely made (9)… of coffee and cigarettes. The doctor then reminded me that coffee did a lot of (10)… to our nervous system and of course cigarettes (11)… a lot of damage to the whole system. He said I should try and (12)… without coffee for a few days and make a serious (13)… to cut out smoking altogether. And make (14)… you have a proper meal every day,' he warned. His last piece of advice was that I should find time to (15)… some jogging every day. I promised him I'd do my best.

7. Translate from Russian into English

1. Тебе не нужно делать домашнее задание на завтра. Завтра выходной. 2. Он сколотил целое состояние, импортируя дорогие машины. 3. Моя подруга хорошо занимается в институте. 4. Я обязательно должна сделать кое-какую работу до вечера. 5. Вчера мама испекла пирог, потому что у младшего брата был день рождения. 6. Если я делаю ошибку, то сам стараюсь исправить ее. 7. Работая менеджером, он заработал много денег. 8. Тебе не следует так подшучивать над людьми. Им это не очень приятно. 9. Я заметил, что у тебя большой прогресс в изучении иностранного языка. 10. Наши зарубежные партнеры сделали нам очень выгодное предложение.