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Frozen foods

In 1949 Clarence Birdseye found a better way to freeze food quickly. It was technology helping people to live and eat better.

Soon frozen foods of all kinds began to appear in grocery stores. Meet, vegetables and fruits were quick-frozen.

Frozen fruits and vegetables tasted very fresh and natural. It was not possible to have fresh fruits and vegetables in any season of the year!

9.9. 1. pleasant 2. honeysuckle 3. snowdrops 4. impossible 5. activities 6. drinking 7. freshwater

9.10. 1. emblem 2. pleasant 3. climbing 4. blossom 5. protect 6. impossible 7. breathe 8. drinkable

9.11. 1. smelled 2. climb 3. blossom 4. ground 5. protect 6. possible 7. harm 8. breathe

Grade iv. test 1

Reading

1.1. 1 – false; 2 – false; 3 – true; 4 – false; 5 – true; 6 – false; 7 – true; 8 – true

Use of English

1.2. Bob and Sally are from York. John is new in York. He is from Bath. Ron and Betsy are in the 5th grade. Joseph is from the village near York. Ron and Betsy are friends.

They are eleven. John is eleven, too. But Bob isn’t eleven. Bob and John are friends, but they aren’t in the same class. Betsy is a lively girl. Sally isn’t lively. She is a very quiet girl.

1.3.

1. Peter is not at work at moment.

2. That is very kind of you.

3. My shoes are very dirty.

4. What colour is your car?

5. Are books expensive in your country?

6. Finland is not a very big country.

7. Those plants are very beautiful.

8. Paris is not the capital of Italy.

9. How old is your mother?

10. The beautiful old church is in the very corner of the street.

1.4. 1. their 2. your 3. his 4. your 5. their 6. their 7. her 8. our 9. your

1.5. 1. mother’s, mothers 2. hamsters, hamster’s 3. sisters, sister’s 4. friends, friend’s 5. teacher’s, teachers

1.6. 1. some 2. any 3. something 4. any/some 5. some 6. any 7. somebody 8. some/any

1.7. 1 – d; 2 – f; 3 – a; 4 —i; 5 – b; 6 – g; 7 – c; 8 – e; 9 – h

1.8. 1. autumn 2. terrible 3. bright 4. often 5. weather 6. tomorrow 7. snows 8. season 9. beautiful

Grade iv. test 10

Reading

10.1. 4, 6, 8, 7, 5, 2, 9, 1, 3

Use of English

10.3.

1. Nina has been a ballet dancer since 2000.

2. Jonathan hasn’t seen Ruth for five years.

3. Mr. James has worked as a dentist since 1997.

4. I have been there for three days.

5. We have been on Solovki since Wednesday.

6. Betty has stayed at her grandmother’s place since the day she came.

7. He has lived in New York since 1975.

8. I haven’t seen her since I was in Moscow.

10.4. 1. there 2. her 3. into 4. very 5. are 6. went 7. a 8. to 9. she 10. never 11. before 12. lots 13. must 14. on 15. away 16. have 17. me 18. with 19. for 20. much 21. some

10.5. 1. timetable 2. discoverer 3. sailor 4. traditional 5. afternoon 6. quietly 7. meeting 8. peaceful 9. wooden 10. friendship 11. Independence

10.6. 1. discoveries 2. reached 3. round 4. festival 5. harvest 6. peace 7. Independence 8. nature

10.7. 1. reach 2. appeared 3. island 4. hard 5. now 6. dangers 7. native 8. quiet 9. rely 10. help

Grade iv. test 11

Reading

11.1.

1. The first daughter’s husband was a gardener.

The second daughter’s husband made pots.

2. One day the man went to see his first daughter.

3. He asked, “How are you? How is your husband?”

4. The first daughter wanted some rain because their garden was very dry.

5. The second daughter didn’t want any rain because their pots didn’t dry in the rain.

6. It was difficult to do something for their daughters because they wanted completely opposite things.

Use of English

11.2.

1. John could study all day long.

John will be able to study all day long.

2. The two girls couldn’t write correctly.

The two girls won’t be able to write correctly.

3. You couldn’t see in the darkness.

You won’t be able to see in the darkness.

4. Mrs. Willow could take care of her children.

Mrs. Willow will be able to take care of the children very well.

5. The flowers couldn’t grow without enough water.

The flowers won’t be able to grow without enough water.

6. They could live in Siberia.

They won’t be able to live in Siberia.

11.3. 1. could 2. will be able to 3. can/is able to 4. can’t/is not able to 5. could 6. can’t 7. will be able to 8. can/am able to 9. can/am able to 10. has been able to

11.4. 1. have not repaired 2. have just put 3. bought 4. went 5. didn’t take 6. forgot 7. haven’t seen, Did she run 8. filled in, haven’t got 9. got, haven’t opened 10. invited

11.5. 1. was 2. on 3. no 4. warm 5. brightly 6. did 7. to 8. under 9. said 10. and 11. very 12. with 13. time 14. must 15. answered 16. little 17. time 18. my 19. Then 20. you 21. for 22. red 23. word 24. ran 25. late

11.6. 1. news 2. personal 3. hostess 4. relaxed 5. Maybe 6. translation 7. explanation 8. national

11.7. 1. each 2. government 3. newspapers 4. own 5. advised 6. personal 7. relax

11.8. 1. states 2. Newspapers 3. magazines 4. government 5. own 6. see 7. advice 8. relaxed 9. relax

Grade iv. test 12

Reading

12.1.

1. The fox and the crane were very good friends.

2. The dinner wasn’t good for the crane because the crane had very little soup.

3. The crane wanted to teach the fox a lesson because he couldn’t eat the soup from the large plate, and went home hungry.

4. The crane brought two tall jars with little fishes. The fox liked fish but he couldn’t take the fishes.

5. The fox couldn’t take the fishes from the tall jars and went home hungry.

Use of English

12.3.

1. How long have you known Betty?

2. How long has your friend lived in the USA?

3. How long has Lucy been a dancer?

4. How long have you known Margaret?

5. How long has Bill worked in Edinburgh?

12.5. 1. played 2. did you go 3. Have you ever been 4. have washed 5. did not like 6. has visited 7. has worked 8. went, stayed

12.6. 1. – 2. The 3. – 4. – 5. – 6. – 7. The, the 8. The 9. The, —, —

12.7. 1. in 2. day 3. something 4. was 5. saw 6. to 7. a 8. can’t 9. another 10. than 11. not 12. me 13. away 14. that 15. with 16. where 17. into 18. head 19. do 20. up 21. these 22. more

12.5. 1. bravery 2. really 3. truthful 4. greatest 5. easily 6. successful 7. devoted

12.6. 1. enemies 2. founded 3. youngest 4. battle 5. victory 6. heart 7. really 8. soul

12.7. 1. honest 2. helpful 3. close/devoted 4. win 5. battle 6. died 7. killed 8. heart 9. really

Grade iv. test 13

Reading

13.1. 1 – true; 2 – false; 3 – false; 4 – true; 5 – false; 6 – false; 7 – false; 8 – false; 9 – false

Use of English

13.2. 1. A pupil studies. 2. A singer sings. 3. Teachers teach. 4. A painter paints. 5. Writers write.

13.3.

1. She doesn’t know the answer.

Does she know the answer?

2. He doesn’t have lunch at 1 o’clock.

Does he have lunch at 1 o’clock?

3. The flowers don’t look beautiful.

Do the flowers look beautiful?

4. He doesn’t play football well.

Does he play football well?

5. She can’t answer this question.

Can she answer this question?

13.4. 1. haven’t you 2. does she 3. do we 4. isn’t he 5. didn’t he 6. couldn’t she 7. won’t you 8. doesn’t it 9. mustn’t they 10. are there

13.5.

1. she got up at 10 o’clock

2. he was not late for school

3. she didn’t sleep well

4. she didn’t go to the cinema

5. they didn’t spend in the mountains

13.6.

1. How long did you stay there?

2. Did you stay in a hotel?

3. Did you go alone?

4. How did you travel?

5. Was the weather fine?

6. What was the weather like?

7. What did you do in the evenings?

8. Did you make new friends?

13.7. 1. am studying 2. are you wearing 3. are singing 4. is not raining 5. is coming

13.8.

1. wants, haven’t been

2. Have you read, do you think

3. Do you know, have you known, have known

13.9. 1. I have just told 2. told 3. has already written 4. wrote 5. flew, Have you seen

13.10. 1. don’t have to 2. didn’t have to 3. didn’t have to 4. won’t have to 5. must 6. mustn’t 7. had to

13.11. 1. who 2. everything 3. his 4. example 5. when 6. into 7. day 8. and 9. her 10. away 11. only 12. there 13. own 14. so 15. when 16. let 17. one 18. tell 19. had 20. unhappy 21. him 22. was 23. you

Grade iv. test 2

Reading

2.1. 1 – true; 2 – false; 3 – true; 4 – false; 5 – true; 6 – true; 7 – false; 8 – false

Use of English

2.3.

1. Have you got a bike? – Yes, I have.

2. Has Liz got a sister? – No, she has not.

3. Has Mike got a school bag? – Yes, he has.

4. Have the Greens got a new car? – Yes, they have.

5. Has Colin got my exercise-book? – No, he has not.

6. Has your friend got a brother? – Yes, he has.

7. Have you got my pencil case? – Yes, I have.

2.4. 1. There is 2. There is 3. There are 4. There is 5. There are 6. There is 7. There are 8. There is 9. There are 10. There is

2.5.

1. Does Nelly live at the seaside in summer?

Nelly does not live at the seaside in summer.

2. Does Peter go to bed late?

Peter does not go to bed late.

3. Do you buy vegetables in the market?

I do not buy vegetables in the market.

4. Does father swim in the lake?

Father does not swim in the lake.

5. Does he take Tom with him?

He does not take Tom with him.

6. Do they clean their rooms on Saturdays?

They do not clean their rooms on Saturdays.

7. Does he try to do it?

He does not try to do it.

2.6. 1. do 2. have 3. go 4. am sitting 5. is washing 6. is reading 7. visit 8. play 9. are going

2.7.

1. is practicing

Is he still playing …?

2. am using

3. Are you sleeping?

am reading

Do you often read …?

4. is shining, are singing

5. … are they doing?

is learning …

is tidying …

6. … does your husband work?

works

7. sit, am sitting

2.8. 1. meals 2. dinner 3. potatoes, tomatoes 4. porridge 5. juice 6. hungry, bread, butter 7. soup 8. ice-cream

2.9. 1. breakfast 2. bread, salt 3. hungry 4. apple 5. juice 6. meals 7. ice-cream 8. cup 9. pass 10. thirsty

2.10. 1. some 2. I had porridge 3. How much… is 4. How many 5. much 6. an apple/some apples 7. I had soup 8. is

Grade iv. test 3

Reading

3.1. 5, 6, 2, 3, 7, 8, 4, 9, 1

Use of English

3.2. 1. this 2. that 3. these, These, those 4. this 5. these, this 6. this, these 7. these, Those 8. this, this

3.3.

3.4.

1. old, older

2. good, better, better, better, the best

3. warmest, warm, warmer, warm

4. hotter, the hotTest, hot

5. beautiful, the most beautiful, beautiful

3.5.

1. …had, last Saturday.

2. …went, last Sunday.

3. …went, yesterday morning.

4. Did, last summer.

5. …went, that winter.

6. …was, that autumn.

7. …had, yesterday.

8. …got up, yesterday morning.

9. Did, yesterday evening.

10. …did not, last Sunday.

3.6.

1. Did it snow a lot last week?

It did not snow a lot last week.

2. Did she travel a lot last year?

She did not travel a lot last year.

3. Did the shop close at 6 yesterday?

The shop did not close at 6 yesterday.

4. Did she help her Mum with the festive dinner?

She did not help her Mum with the festive dinner.

5. Did he write a lot of postcards yesterday?

He did not write a lot of postcards yesterday.

6. Did she sing a lot of popular songs yesterday?

She did not sing a lot of popular songs yesterday.

7. Did he walk all day long yesterday?

He did not walk all day long yesterday.

3.7. 1. go 2. likes 3. celebrated 4. Did, did 5. walked, was 6. doesn’t rain 7. go, come/went, came 8. writes

3.7. 1. puppy 2. mice 3. tortoise 4. domestic 5. beautiful 6. mouth 7. tail 8. wolves 9. grew 10. quickly

3.8. 1. neck 2. ears 3. legs 4. fingers, toes 5. nose/ hair 6. teeth 7. eyes 8. slowly 9. quickly 10. happy

Grade iv. test 4

Reading

4.1. 1. to the coast 2. at the weekend 3. never 4. having fun out doors 5. Scotland 6. at the seaside 7. Italy 8. France 9. road 10. in the tent

Use of English

4.2. 1. much, many 2. many, much 3. many, many 4. many 5. much, many 6. many, much 7. much 8. much, much

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4.3. 1. How old 2. What 3. Who 4. Where 5. Who 6. How many 7. Where 8. Where 9. How many 10. What 11. How old

4.5.

Ben won’t wash up at the weekend.

Ben will relax at the beach at the weekend.

Ben won’t cook supper at the weekend.

Ben will do sports at the weekend.

Ben won’t read a new book at the weekend.

Ben won’t go to the country at the weekend.

Ben won’t sleep late at the weekend.

4.6. 1. couldn’t, can 2. couldn’t 3. could 4. Could 5. can’t 6. Can, can’t 7. could/couldn’t 8. can/can’t 9. Could

4.7. 1. mountains 2. forest 3. fields 4. basketball 5. swimming 6. busy 7. week

4.8. 1. before 2. Where 3. clean my teeth 4. goes to bed 5. Yes, I will 6. weekend 7. carry my bag 8. afternoon

Grade iv. test 5

Reading

5.1. 1 – false; 2 – true; 3 – false; 4 – false; 5 – false; 6 – false; 7 – true; 8 – false; 9 – false; 10 – false; 11 – true; 12 – false

Use of English

5.2. 1 – c; 2 – b; 3 – a; 4 – b; 5 – c; 6 – c; 7 – b; 8 – b; 9 – a; 10 – b

5.3.

5.4. 1. at 2. at 3. to, from, till 4. for at 5. at 6. on 7. to, on 8. to, from 9. with

5.5. 1. What 2. Who 3. When 4. Why 5. Where 6. Why 7. What 8. What

5.6. 1. isn’t she 2. is he 3. can’t she 4. mustn’t you 5. aren’t 6. did he 7. do they 8. won’t he 9. can she 10. were they 11. hasn’t he

5.7. 1. laughed 2. comfortable 3. uniform 4. museums 5. leaves 6. count 7. outdoors 8. famous 9. important

5.8. 1. meeting 2. comfortable 3. handicraft 4. timetable 5. book-case 6. outdoors 7. famous 8. twice

5.9. 1. meet 2. comfortable 3. classes 4. street 5. study 6. late 7. well 8. poor/good 9. flow/flow in 10. easy/difficult 11. easy 12. interesting/difficult

Grade iv. test 6

Reading

6.1. 1 – b; 2 – c; 3 – a; 4 – b; 5 – c

Use of English

6.2. had, lived, knew, met, gave, took, went, bought, met, decided, gave, took, went, saw, did not give, went, found, entered, put, took

6.4.

1. Bob is going to the swimming pool on Friday.

2. I am not going to buy a scooter.

3. Are they going out in the evening?

4. Mum is going to buy meat for dinner.

5. Is she going to visit France in summer?

6. What are you going to do in future?

7. She is not going to leave soon.

8. Dave is going to enter the university.

6.5. 1 – b; 2 – a; 3 – b; 4 – a; 5 – b; 6 – b; 7 – b

6.6. 1. behind 2. shout 3. keys 4. armchair 5. curtains 6. mirror 7. Describe 8. opposite 9. believe 10. cupboard

6.7. 1. rather 2. locks 3. fine/nasty 4. quiet 5. happen 6. listen to 7. believe 8. long ago 9. is tasty, is true 10. I am afraid/I think

Grade iv. test 7

Reading

7.1.

1. All the rooms of the house are a different colour and they are in funny places.

2. Downstairs there is a green room with lots of books about magic.

3. Merlin does his magic in the library.

4. The living-room is brown.

5. The kitchen is upstairs.

6. It is a funny house. All the rooms of the house are a different colour and there are stairs inside the house, and outside there is a ladder.

Use of English

7.2.

1. Where did you go yesterday?

2. Who did he take to the south?

3. Where did Mrs. Brown live in London?

4. What did Mr. Jackson do for a living in New York?

5. When did you get up in the morning?

6. When did the play start?

7. How did you get here?

8. What did you see in London?

9. What did she buy in the supermarket?

10. Whom did you see in the office?

7.3.

to begin – began – begun

to bring – brought – brought

to buy – bought – bought

to catch – caught – caught

to eat – ate – eaten

to find – found – found

to get – got – got

to give – gave – given

to go – went – gone

to have – had – had

to know – knew – known

to make – made – made

to meet – met – met

to put – put – put

to say – said – said

to see – saw – seen

to speak – spoke – spoken

to swim – swam – swum

to take – took – taken

to understand – understood – understood

to write – wrote – written

7.4. 1. have learned 2. has lived 3. has lost 4. has not attended 5. have been 6. has already finished 7. has never taught 8. have moved 9. haven’t bought 10. have gone out

7.6. 1. takes 2. doesn’t take 3. Does it take 4. won’t take 5. took 6. did it take 7. took 8. didn’t take 9. took

7.7. 1. the 2. when 3. sights 4. lots 5. too 6. old 7. famous 8. often 9. about 10. place 11. beautiful 12. word 13. wait 14. cold

7.8. 1. buildings/houses 2. bridge 3. century 4. become 5. burnt 6. monument 7. long 8. belongs 9. architect 10. noisy

7.9. 1. main 2. towns 3. traffic lights 4. for ages 5. ever 6. became 7. monument 8. taken

Grade iv. test 8

Reading

8.1.

1. The Connors live in a big flat.

2. Tina and Carol share a bedroom.

3. Tina and Carol argue day and right.

4. Mr. Connor is making a wall through their bedroom.

5. The girls can paint everything in their rooms.

6. The two girls like different colours.

7. Carol doesn’t like the colour of Tina’s chairs.

8. Tina doesn’t like the colour of Carol’s walls.

9. Tina doesn’t like Carol’s cassettes.

10. Mr. Connor says they can have a new room in the garage.

Use of English

8.2. 1. since 2. since 3. for 4. since 5. for 6. since

7. for 8. since 9. since 10. for 11. since

8.3.

to choose – chose – chosen

to drink – drank – drunk

to spend – spent – spent

to fall – fell – fallen

to grow – grew – grown

to find – found – found

to fly – flew – flown

to steal – stole – stolen

to shine – shone – shone

to shake – shook – shaken

to forget – forgot – forgotten

to sleep – slept – slept

to teach – taught – taught

to wear – wore – worn

to think – thought – thought

8.4. 1. He has never studied 2. before 3. Has she ever seen 4. yet 5. have just read 6. so far 7. I have already been 8. recently

8.5.

1. died, worked

2. has worked

3. has studied

4. studied

5. Have you seen, have last seen

6. has just gone out, did he leave, left

7. is, have spent

8. have not had, came by, have left, started

9. Have you seen, saw

10. has lived, went

8.6. 1. must not 2. have to 3. must 4. must not 5. Do you have to 6. must 7. must not 8. have to 9. must 10. must not

8.7. 1. them 2. very 3. never 4. their 5. Once 6. to 7. all 8. with 9. lazy 10. under 11. said 12. are 13. why 14. in

8.8. 1. Travelling 2. seaside 3. friendly 4. airport 5. saddest 6. nearly 7. business 8. flight 9. booking

8.9. 1. stayed 2. cheaper 3. fantastic 4. luggage 5. explain 6. ugly 7. through 8. caught

8.10. 1. give 2. cries 3. stole 4. luggage 5. beautiful 6. visited 7. feel 8. voyage 9. miss 10. change

Grade iv. test 9

Reading

9.1.

Use of English

9.2. 1. Have you read 2. Did you read 3. has already left 4. left 5. has bought 6. bought 7. have crossed 8. drew 9. Did you meet 10. did he say

9.3. 1. little 2. few 3. much 4. much 5. little 6. many 7. few 8. much

9.4. 1. says 2. tells 3. says 4. tells 5. says 6. tell 7. tell 8. say 9. say 10. says

9.5.

1. I’m fond of going to the museums, too.

2. I’m also fond of going to the museums.

3. She doesn’t often eat cakes.

4. I can never find my glasses.

5. What do you usually have for lunch?

6. I live in St Petersburg, too.

7. I can also speak German.

8. Have you ever been to London?

9. I haven’t been to Washington P. C. yet.

10. I always go to Red Square when I’m in Moscow.

9.6. 1. into 2. it 3. but 4. calls 5. me 6. out 7. is 8. us 9. they 10. our 11. must 12. want 13. the 14. and 15. all

9.7. 1. collection 2. writer 3. specializes 4. traveller 5. performance 6. unkind 7. unhappy 8. unimportant 9. uncomfortable 10. unfriendly

9.8. 1. collecting 2. specializes 3. applause 4. seats 5. performance, success 6. feature 7. fiction 8. imagination

9.9. 1. fond 2. coins 3. seats 4. play 5. screen 6. Unfortunately 7. famous/a success 8. though 9. writer 10. film 11. imagination

Grade v. test (annual)

Reading

14.1. 1 – false; 2 – false; 3 – true; 4 – false; 5 – true; 6 – false; 7 – true; 8 – false

Use of English

14.2.

1. were you doing, was playing

2. came, was sitting

3. opened, was standing

4. saw, was having

5. was leaving, rang

6. came, was working

7. was walking, met

8. did not recognize, was not wearing

14.3.

1. She usually walked (used to walk) to school.

2. Betty cooked an apple pie yesterday.

3. They have already forgotten the secret.

4. Mr. Smith sold his house last year.

5. She has become too shy recently.

6. At 10 o’clock she was still studying.

7. John didn’t often take a bath.

8. Mark has not written homework yet.

9. We didn’t know the truth two months ago.

14.4.

1. Ice-cream is liked by most people.

2. Ben’s car will be driven tomorrow.

3. All the famous arias were sang by Pavorotti.

4. The cottage has been painted by no one in years.

5. The film was enjoyed by the children.

6. The keys were forgotten by me at home.

7. Dad’s car will be washed by Mike.

8. This poor child was saved by him.

14.5.

1. Soon they will publish the book.

2. John interrupted me.

3. Everybody always liked him.

4. They spoke much about the book.

5. They haven’t told me not to do it.

6. Everyone will know his name by the end of this month.

7. John takes good care of the dog.

8. When I entered the room the students occupied all the seats.

14.6.

1. He asked her to switch off the TV.

2. Mother asked the little boy if he was sorry for what he had done.

3. I asked him if he knew that the shoes he was wearing weren’t pair.

4. I asked Kate not to touch that switch.

5. Bet asked Mr. Black where he was the week before.

6. I asked her why she had travelled first class.

7. Liz asked me if I had played for my school team.

8. My sister told me that she didn’t know what my mother would say when she saw what a mess my kittens had made.

9. He said that he had found an old Roman coin in the garden the day before.

10. Ann asked me if I would go to the stadium the next Wednesday.

14.7.

1. “Was it great to visit London?” they asked me.

2. “Are you thirsty?” mum asked me.

3. “Don’t make much noise,” they asked me.

4. “Do you have questions?” the teacher asked his pupils.

5. “Have you been pleased with my composition?” I asked my teacher.

6. “What are you doing?” Dad wanted to know.

7. “Let’s go to the theatre with me”? she said.

8. “I can’t find your glasses on the table, Mary,” I said.

14.8. 1. in 2. day 3. of 4. him 5. very 6. saw 7. am 8. bring 9. cried 10. do 11. another 12. stronger 13. anything 14. such 15. away 16. that 17. went 18. into 19. do 20. up

14.9.

Grade v. test 1

Reading

1.1. 4, 6, 8, 3, 10,9, 5, 2, 1, 7

Use of English

1.2. 1. have got 2. has got 3. has got 4. had got 5. hasn’t got 6. has got 7. had got 8. haven’t got 9. had got

1.3.

1. Have you got a credit card?

Grade v. test 10

Reading

10.1. 1. Miss Fine and Miss Cutler 2. Miss Fine 3. Spain 4. Australia, 10,1 5. France 6. India 7. end, summer

Use of English

10.2.

1. Large fields of vegetables were grown by the farmers.

2. Letters are brought by the postman.

3. You are taken care of by your parents.

4. The actors were given flowers by the fans.

5. Jack was called by his mother.

6. The teacher was asked a lot of questions by his pupils.

7. Ben was promised a camera by his father.

10.3.

1. I am going to learn English, too.

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2. I am going to ride a bike, too.

3. I am going to be tired, too.

4. I am going to like dancing (dance), too.

5. I am going to like cold weather, too.

6. I am going to visit India, too.

7. I am going to visit cinema very often, too.

8. I am going to need a holiday, too.

10.4.

1. She says that she goes to school every morning at 8.

2. He says that they’ll be here in time.

3. She says that she has found a knife.

4. She is telling me that he was ready ten minutes ago.

5. He tells me that they were playing tennis when he saw them.

6. She says that she went to the library yesterday.

7. He is telling me that John is sitting over there.

8. She says that she’ll buy the tickets tomorrow.

10.5.

1. She asks him if the film was interesting.

2. He asks me if my grandma lives with me.

3. She asks me if I can come to their party.

4. She asks if she may come in.

5. My friend asks me if I changed my plans.

6. Betty asks me how long I have lived in this flat.

7. My father asks me what the result was.

8. Tom asks Ann what colour these flowers are.

10.6.

1. I ask Ann not to be late.

2. He asks Tom not to talk when he is listening to music.

3. Mother asks Jane to put the flowers into the vase.

4. Granny asks Ann to make tea for them.

5. Parents ask children to turn back.

6. Mother asks John to get up at once.

7. Ann asks Mary to wash up the dishes.

10.7. 1. should 2. should 3. should 4. should 5. must 6. must 7. shouldn’t 8. should

10.8.

10.9. 1. on 2. a 3. saw 4. to 5. her 6. eating 7. having 8. here 9. went 10. you 11. say 12. better 13. the 14. happy 15. on 16. without 17. read 18. I 19. learn 20. true 21. that 22. is 23. such

10.11. 1. kingdom 2. industrial 3. surprised 4. lonely 5. careless 6. especially 7. peaceful 8. former 9. lawyer 10. knowledge 11. respected

10.12. 1. sign 2. industrial 3. surprised 4. carefully 5. especially 6. included 7. offered 8. lawyer 9. permanent 10. knowledge 11. offend

10.13. 1. official 2. industrial 3. surprised 4. careful 5. queen’s/royal 6. first 7. law 8. delayed/for 9. elect 10. often 11. offended (by) 12. respected

Grade v. test 11

Reading

11.1.

1. The postcard is from the USA, Florida (Miami)

2. Walter is writing to Carol.

3. Carol lives in the USA, Pittsburgh.

4. Walter likes Florida because the weather is warm and sunny, and the beaches are beautiful there. He likes the food, also.

5. He is going to be home on Monday.

6. He has got little son Walter.

Use of English

11.2. 1. had already started 2. sent 3. had forgotten 4. had tried 5. gave 6. had already begun 7. did you see 8. had eaten

11.3.

1. Jack asked Bob what the name of that girl was.

2. My friend said that he usually went for a walk after school.

3. Ann told me that she had problems with Maths. She asked me if I could help her.

4. Mum asked me if I had watered the flowers.

5. The librarian told the reader not to make dog’s ears when he/she reads and to return the book to the library in time.

6. Mike told Mum that he was sorry that he had broken her favourite vase. And he promised to by (he said that he would buy) another one for her.

7. Mum asked Bob what he was doing there under the table. Bob answered that he was looking for his pen.

8. Granny asked Ann to close the window because it was very cold in the room.

9. Teacher ordered the boy to stop fighting.

10. Jane asked Tim how often he went to the theatre. Tim answered that when he had free time and that night he was going, too. He invited Jane to go together. Jane greatly thanked Tim.

11.4.

1. My mother asked me why the room was messy.

2. They asked what time the film ended.

3. Sally asked where the President lived.

4. The children asked how long the war would last.

5. The tourists asked how old were the pyramids.

6. We asked how many cakes he ate.

7. The doctor asked how the patient was feeling.

8. I asked how much the theatre tickets would cost.

9. The woman was asking her why she was waiting in the rain.

10. He asked where the world’s tallest building was.

11.6. 1. central 2. the 3. there 4. high 6. on 7. side 8. centre 9. capital 10. dear 11. can 12. around 13. every 14. beautiful 15. column 16. always 17. people 18. them 19. noisy

11.7.

Grade v. test 12

Reading

12.1. 1. In the newspaper (every day) 2. The Jacksons 3. Over a hundred friends 4. To France 5. Yes, it was 6. A writer 7. Last month 8. He had a heart problem 9. 72 years 10. No, it doesn’t 11. Every day 12. The Bensons 13. Short 14. Paul and Margie

12.2.

Use of English

12.3. 1. They, us 2. We, her 3. I, I, him 4. he, us 5. She, she, me, her 6. me 7. them 8. us

12.4. 1. my 2. his 3. our 4. your 5. your 6. its 7. his 8. its, its

12.5. 1. hers, theirs, yours 2. Their, ours 3. my 4. yours, mine 5. Our, theirs 6. our 7. her, theirs

12.6. 1. himself 2. yourself 3. themselves 4. herself 5. himself 6. themselves 7. himself 8. themselves

12.7.

1. My sister told me that she was talking on the phone.

2. He asked me if I had read any books lately.

3. Father asked Susan if she knew how to make vegetable soup.

4. Father asked Peter to pass him some sugar.

5. Granny asked me why the children were not yet back from school.

6. Kate told her friend not to come too late because they would miss the train.

7. My sister wanted to know if there had been any letters in the letter-box.

8. He told his brother that his friends would come to see him the next day.

12.8. 1. think 2. can 3. and 4. the 5. these 6. once 7. sent 8. few 9. back 10. got 11. to 12. you 13. do 14. is 15. good 16. I 17. came 18. still 19. you 20. receive 21. when 22. all

12.9.

Grade v. test 13

Reading

13.1. 1 – false; 2 – false; 3 – true; 4 – true; 5 – false; 6 – true; 7 – true; 8 – true

Use of English

13.2. 1. So am I. 2. So can I. 3. Neither am I. 4. So do I. 5. Neither do I. 6. So did I. 7. Neither have I. 8. Neither do I. 9. So am I. 10. Neither have I. 11. Neither did I.

13.3. 1. So is his brother. 2. So does Jack. 3. Neither can I. 4. Neither are they. 5. So do our friends. 6. Neither did he. 7. So has my brother. 8. Neither was Betty.

13.4. 1. of 2. was 3. travelling 4. the 5. after 6. in 7. day 8. place 9. my 10. very 11. and 12. along 13. on 14. saw 15. at 16. tiger 17. ready 18. could 19. into 20. to 21. there 22. welcome 23. open 24. so 25. eyes 26. do 27. over

13.5.

Grade v. test 2

Reading

2.2. 1 – true; 2 – false; 3 – true; 4 – false

2.3.

1. On Friday night there was a bad storm.

2. The next morning the boys went to the beach.

2.4.

1. The boys could read the name.

2. The boat disappeared on a stormy night.

2.5.

The weather was windy.

The sky was grey.

Grade v. test 3

Reading

3.1. 1. went 2. stopped, was 3. was, arrived 4. listened to 5. visited, walked, looked 6. wanted, walked 7. watched 8. were

Use of English

3.2. On Sunday we got up early. We washed and had breakfast. We took our bags. We went to the woods. Mother didn’t go with us. We walked in the woods and picked flowers for mother. We came back at 7 o’clock.

3.4.

1. When did he come home (last night)?

2. What did she say?

3. Who saw their old friends? (Who did they see?)

4. How did we do on the exam?

5. When did the lesson begin?

6. How many books did they buy?

7. What language did they speak?

8. Who danced with Tom?/Who did she dance with?

9. How much did we pay?

10. Why did he go to Rome?

3.5. 1. talked 2. wore 3. showed 4. drove 5. were 6. spent 7. said 8. sent 9. went

3.6. 1. day 2. time 3. was 4. down 5. for 6. the 7. a 8. passed 9. to 10. it 11. another 12. before 13. have 14. your 15. me 16. and 17. said 18. already

3.7. 1. guitar, violin, flute 2. paintings 3. video 4. classical 5. exhibitions 6. grocery 7. biography 8. sculptures

3.8. 1. on 2. interesting/boring 3. cinema 4. painting, classical 5. guitar/piano, violin 6. stamps/paintings 7. museums/theatres 8. old films

Grade v. test 4

Reading

4.1. 10, 6, 2, 5, 12, 11, 17, 8, 14, 4, 7, 16, 18, 1, 15, 9, 13, 3.

Use of English

4.2.

1. have learnt

2. have lived

3. Have … eaten

4. has not attended

5. have been

6. Have … gone

7. hasn’t … watered

8. has never taught

9. Have … had

4.3.

John

1. John hasn’t written an article.

2. John has phoned Mum.

3. John has watched TV.

4. John hasn’t eaten pizza.

5. John has had a shower.

Marion

1. Marion has read an essay.

2. Marion hasn’t done washing.

3. Marion has bought new CDs.

4. Marion hasn’t won the game.

5. Marion has done the homework.

The Browns

1. The Browns haven’t worked in the garden.

2. The Browns have taken the dog for a walk.

3. The Browns have sold their old car.

4. The Browns have drunk coffee.

5. The Browns haven’t broken their glasses.

4.4.

1. have not been … for, have not been … since

2. have been … for, Have we really been …

3. have not finished, have had … since, has been … for

4. has Sally had, since

5. have done … for, have you come

4.5. 1. time 2. from 3. one 4. the 5. in 6. down

7. children 8. too 9. help 10. nice 11. play 12. back 13. teach 14. night 15. went 16. house 17. there 18. ready 19. all 20. noise 21. asked 22. town 23. chose

24. happy

4.6. 1. information 2. arrival 3. traveller 4. windy 5. quickest 6. railway 7. painting 8. furnished 9. bathroom 10. timetable

4.7. 1. train 2. information 3. arrival 4. Customs 5. fare 6. departure 7. comfortable

4.8. 1. book(ed) 2. has … checked 3. post 4. officers 5. fare 6. fast 7. traveller 8. luggage 9. regulations

Grade v. test 5

Reading

5.1. 1 – b; 2 – d; 3 – c; 4 – b; 5 – c; 6 – b

Use of English

5.2.

1. At 8 (o’clock) Betty will be at her French lesson.

2. At 9 (o’clock) Betty will be at her music lesson.

3. At 10 (o’clock) Betty will be at her English lesson.

4. At 11 (o’clock) Betty will be at the gym.

5. At 12 (o’clock) Betty will be at her arts lesson.

6. At 13 (o’clock) Betty will be at home for lunch.

5.3. 1. is going to do 2. will answer 3. is going to start 4. will like 5. are going to be 6. will take 7. am going to do

5.4. 1. am going to write 2. are you expecting 3. am going to do 4. are going to fall 5. is coming 6. is going to rain 7. is going to start 8. is giving a speech

5.5. 1. and 2. no 3. his 4. some 5. shoes 6. go 7. the 8. to 9. make 10. says 11. money 12. must 13. bed 14. morning 15. look 16. has 17. want 18. hide 19. soon 20. work 21. help 22. clothes 23. fun

5.6. 1. traditional 2. scientific 3. spaceship 4. Northern 5. pancakes 6. legendary 7. discoveries 8. firecrackers

5.7. 1. village 2. traditional 3. Pancakes 4. the space/spaceship 5. honey 6. university 7. Pacific 8. scientist 9. legends

Grade v. test 6

Reading

6.1. 1 – c; 2 – a; 3 – c; 4 – a; 5 – a

Use of English

6.4. 1. am 2. come 3. no 4. than 5. of 6. eat 7. such 8. day 9. very 10. wanted 11. and 12. at 13. began 14. thought 15. heard 16. real 17. must 18. if 19. had 20. couldn’t 21. near

6.5. 1. exploration 2. warmth 3. nationality 4. length 5. snowfall 6. spring 7. German

6.6.

6.7. 1. Chinese 2. Portuguese 3. Spaniard 4. Washington 5. Egyptians 6. Hindi 7. Ottawa 8. Australia

6.8. 1. curious 2. explorer 3. continued 4. separate 5. nationality 6. warmth 7. advertisement 8. Europe

6.9. 1. curious 2. explorer 3. continued 4. warmth 5. lenght 6. separate 7. disappeared 8. rises 9. nationality

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Grade v. test 7

Reading

7.1. 1 – a; 2 – b; 3 – a; 4 – c; 5 – b

7.2. 1. had/breakfast 2. took 3. explained 4. answered 5. drank 6. corrected 7. discussed 8. had/lunch 9. cooked

Use of English

7.4.

1. The boy wasn’t looking at the lion.

2. The father wasn’t drinking tea for 15 minutes.

3. I wasn’t working in the garden at 6 o’clock yesterday.

4. I wasn’t having lunch when you phoned.

5. Dolly wasn’t watching television when you arrived.

7.5. 1. from 2. to 3. she 4. some 5. into 6. saw 7. who 8. on 9. stopped 10. up 11. get 12. went 13. which 14. a 15. decided 16. it 17. showed 18. told 19. there 20. very

7.6. 1. imagination 2. shopping 3. international 4. nowadays 5. cookies 6. beauty 7. newspapers 8. interested

7.7. 1. playing 2. international 3. apartment 4. Zealand 5. Nowadays 6. foreign 7. While

7.8. 1. classical 2. foreign 3. take/borrow 4. while 5. nowadays 6. apartment 7. definition 8. almost

Grade v. test 8

Reading

8.1. 3, 5, 7, 2, 6, 8, 1, 4

Use of English

8.2. 1. read 2. was reading 3. were having 4. had 5. were living 6. lived 7. was wearing 8. wore 9. were sharing 10. shared

8.3. 1. opened, was raining 2. saw, was crossing 3. was looking, came 4. was going, met 5. was doing, came 6. were playing 7. was singing, came 8. was going, began 9. was reading, came 10. was looking

8.5. 1. in 2. was 3. to 4. very 5. he 6. up 7. asleep 8. not 9. loudly 10. but 11. soon 12. started 13. woke 14. already 15. that 16. at 17. found 18. never 19. my 20. angry

8.6.

Grade v. test 9

Reading

9.1. 5, 3, 8, 2, 7, 1, 4

Use of English

9.2. 1. are visited 2. was designed 3. was explored 4. is much spoken 5. was met 6. is (was) spent 7. was built 8. are (were) corrected

9.3.

1. My work was done yesterday.

2. The sportsman is well-known.

3. A lot of plays are performed at school.

4. Letters and postcards are exchanged by her with Jane.

5. This letter wasn’t written in English.

6. A kitten was found in the street.

7. Football is played all over the world.

8. My dog was taken for a walk.

9.4. 1. are not bought 2. was not sent 3. is not spoken 4. was not called 5. were not given 6. was not cooked 7. was not sent for

9.5.

1. Whom was “Robinson Crusoe” written by?

2. Where are a lot of exhibitions held?

3. How many newspapers are sold every day?

4. What kind of book was given to the boy as a birthday present?

5. What is written by Peter?

6. What was washed by the children?

7. When was the telegram received?

8. Who is asked a lot of questions?

9.6.

1. What language isn’t spoken here, English or German.

2. English is not spoken here, is it?

3. Where isn’t English spoken?

4. Isn’t English spoken here?

5. Isn’t English spoken here or (isn’t English spoken) there?

6. Isn’t English or French spoken here?

9.7. 1. man 2. to 3. about 4. say 5. used 6. long 7. time 8. give 9. day 10. sell 11. went 12. with 13. for 14. who 15. and 16. you 17. asked 18. a 19. pleased 20. bought 21. later 22. much

9.8.

Hockey

Hockey is a winter game. The playing field is ice. Two groups of six players each hit a small flat object across the ice with their sticks. The players wear heavy clothes.

Hockey is not a gentle game. It is fast and wild. Sometimes there are fights between the players. There are three twenty-minute periods in hockey. Every minute is full of action.

It is not easy to make points in hockey. Ten points is very high. Many of the hockey players in the Us come from Canada.

Nick’s composition

On Saturday I went to the cinema and I saw a film called “Galaxy Wars”. There were some monsters on Planet Zero and they had three eyes.

Riding to work

More and more Americans are going to work on bicycles. Why are more people riding bicycles to work? There are many reasons.

First, bicycles do not need petrol. Therefore, they cost less to use. Also, bicycles do not need much space on the road.

And it is easy to find a place for them. It is good for the health to ride a bicycle. Too often people only ride in their cars or to shop. They need exercise.

More and more Americans are riding to work on their bicycles. They are leaving their cars at home.

13.6. 1. greengrocer’s 2. loaves 3. supermarket 4. Woollen 5. shopping 6. ready-made/home-made/ hand-made 7. department store 8. Hopefully

13.7.

Water

Water is the “life blood” of our earth. It is in every living thing. It is in the air. It runs through mountains and valleys.

Nature has a great water system. Rain water finds its way to streams and rivers, fresh water joins the salt water of the oceans.

Here at the mouth of the river there is much important plant and animal life. Pollution destroys their life. We have to clean our streams and rivers. Man has to work with nature – not against it.

12.10. 1. horse-riding 2. championships 3. competition 4. probably 5. rowing 6. widespread 7. punishment 8. following

12.11. 1. boating 2. Rowing 3. widespread 4. competition 5. receive 6. punished 7. Training 8. trouble

12.12. 1. invented 2. Explain 3. probably 4. competition/championship 5. exist 6. international 7. excellent 8. Follow 9. punishment

Winter

Winter days are short and cold. The days get dark early.

People have to get up and go to bed in the dark. Sometimes on cold mornings there is frost on the grass and on the streets, sidewalks, and cars.

On some days in winter it snows. A snow day is cloudy and cold. Sometimes the wind blows during a snow.

A lot of snow and wind is called a blizzard. Winter is the time to wear warm clothes and to stay inside near the fire. It is also a time for the winter sport of skiing. Many people go to the mountains to ski.

8.7. 1. neither 2. among 3. saved 4. hidden 5. deep 6. high 7. naughty 8. hide

8.8. 1. among 2. fresh 3. wide/deep 4. hide/put 5. saves, keeps 6. deep 7. high 8. known 9. naughty

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Пол Андерсон. Зовите меня Джо (перевод А. Бородаевского), с. 5-43
Рэй Брэдбери. Калейдоскоп (перевод Л. Жданова), с. 45-54
Рэй Брэдбери. Лёд и пламя (перевод Л. Жданова), с. 55-99
Курт Воннегут. ЭПИКАК (перевод М. Ковалёвой), с. 101-107
Гарри Гаррисон. Смертные муки пришельца (перевод В. Ровинского), с. 111-125
Гордон Диксон. Странные колонисты (перевод В. Казанцева), с. 129-143
Роджер Желязны. Ключи к декабрю (перевод В. Баканова), с. 145-167
Дэниел Киз. Цветы для Элджернона (перевод С. Васильевой), с. 171-199
Ричард Матесон. Нажмите кнопку (перевод Б. Белкина), с. 201-207
Эрик Ф. Рассел. Эл Стоу (перевод А. Иорданского), с. 209-225
Эрик Ф. Рассел. Мы с моей тенью (перевод И. Гуровой), с. 226-241
Клиффорд Саймак. Воспителлы (перевод Е. Вансловой), с. 243-267
Клиффорд Саймак. Дом обновленных (перевод Н. Галь), с. 268-289
Джон Уиндэм. Другое «я» (перевод Р. Померанцевой), с. 291-307
Дональд Уэстлейк. Победитель (перевод И. Авдакова), с. 309-317
Джек Финней. О пропавших без вести (перевод З. Бобырь), с. 319-335
Роберт Хайнлайн. Зеленые холмы Земли (перевод В. Кана), с. 336-349
Джо Холдеман. В соответствии с преступлением (перевод В. Бабенко, В. Баканова), с. 351-413
Роберт Шекли. Премия за риск (перевод М. Данилова, Б. Носика), с. 415-433
Роберт Янг. Девушка-одуванчик (перевод Д. Жукова), с. 435-448
Роберт Янг. Механический фиговый листок (перевод Д. Жукова), с. 449-468
Владимир Гопман. Мера всех вещей (статья), с. 469-476
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– ФИО и контактов ответственного лица за выдачу ключей пользователям.

Списки электронных ключей (логин/паролей) выдаются представителям подразделений СПО, в том числе СПО филиалов.

Получить код доступа к ЭБ «Academia-library» студенты  и преподаватели могут у ответственного представителя своей образовательной организации. Необходимо зарегистрироваться на сайте Электронной библиотеки «Academia-library» как физическое лицо, в Личном кабинете в разделе «Активация кода» активировать полученный код. После этого во вкладке «Книжная полка» откроется доступ к изданиям, доступным пользователям Университета.

Инструкция по активации кода

Инструкция по работе в ЭБ «Academia-library»

Как пользоваться онлайн-ридером


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Научно-образовательный портал Znanium (new.znanium.com) – надежный инструмент как для традиционного, так и для дистанционного обучения. Портал состоит из 3-х модулей, объединенных единой авторизацией

Электронно-библиотечная система Znanium:

  • Более 56 000 документов учебной и научной принадлежности (учебники, монографии, журналы) по различным направлениям подготовки, половина из которых издана в последние 5 лет

  • Распределение документов по 5-ти классификаторам: ОКСО, ГРНТИ, УДК, ББК,ТБК (Номенклатура ВАК)

  • Аффилиация авторов

  • Open access документы

Поисково-аналитическая система Discovery Znanium:

  • Более 12 млн документов, включая зарубежные базы данных и базу рефератов

  • Научный анализ текстов

  • Формирование облака ключевых слов

  • Проверка на заимствования

Энциклопедия Znanium:

  • Более 250 000 статей из энциклопедий, словарей, справочников

  • У каждой статьи указан автор

  • По полноте и эксклюзивности не имеет аналогов в стране

С территории Университета доступ без авторизации.

Для удаленного доступа необходима регистрация на сайте ЭБС с территории Университета либо регистрация вне Университета с обязательным указанием корпоративной почты РЭУ.

Инструкции по работе в Znanium

Вебинары


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Электронно-библиотечная система издательства «Юрайт» Электронная библиотечная система «Юрайт» biblio-online.ru – это виртуальный читальный зал учебников и учебных пособий от авторов из ведущих вузов России по экономическим, юридическим, гуманитарным, инженерно-техническим и естественно-научным направлениям и специальностям. На сегодняшний день портфель издательства включает в себя более 7500 наименований.

Университет подписан на безлимитный доступ ко всем книгам в ЭБС «Юрайт», включая новинки и переиздания. «Юрайт» – электронная образовательная платформа, которая дает возможность создать контент для цифрового обучения. Для преподавателя удобно сформировать и наполнить свою индивидуальную книжную полку, отобрать для студентов книги, в которых есть тестирование онлайн.

Платформа позволяет использовать проверочные тесты и  аудиоматериалы. 

«Юрайт» проводит вебинары ведущих преподавателей для обмена опытом, учитывая новые условия дистанционного  обучения. В вебинарах можно принять участие в режиме реального времени или воспользоваться записью.

Руководство по работе с ЭБС «Юрайт»

Вебинары для преподавателей:

Как организовать и провести онлайн экзамены и защиту курсовых

Основные сервисы образовательной платформы «Юрайт»

Инструкция для студентов:

Как пройти тесты

Доступ из дома возможен после регистрации на сайте ЭБС с территории Университета.


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Основу «Университетской библиотеки online» составляют электронные книги по гуманитарным и естественно-научным дисциплинам, экономике, управлению, здравоохранению, архитектуре и строительству, информационным технологиям. Ресурс содержит учебники, учебные пособия, монографии, периодические издания, справочники, словари, энциклопедии, видео- и аудиоматериалы, иллюстрированные издания по искусству, литературу нон-фикшн, художественную литературу. Книги сгруппированы в целостные тематические коллекции, представлены в едином издательском формате, адаптированном для чтения с экрана (в том числе букридеров, планшетов и смартфонов), и приспособленном для целей научного цитирования. Каталог изданий систематически пополняется новой актуальной литературой и в настоящее время содержит почти 100 тыс. наименований.

Для работы из дома, пользования всеми сервисами и личным кабинетом необходимо самостоятельно зарегистрироваться в системе с компьютеров Университета. В графе «Тип профиля» выбрать: студенту – «студент», сотруднику или преподавателю – «пользователь организации».


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ЭБС ecpexpert.ru– это электронно-библиотечная система, в которой представлено более 13 000 учебников, учебный пособий, монографий по различным дисциплинам и специальностям. Преподавателям и студентам доступен ряд функций, упрощающих работу с учебным материалом: составление индивидуальных списков литературы, конспектирование и чтение на любых устройствах, интерактивные закладки и контекстный поиск. Ищите, читайте, изучайте! Самых активных пользователей ждут награды и подарки от ЭБС ecpexpert.ru.

Инструкция по работе с ecpexpert.ru

С территории Университета все книги коллекции доступны для чтения без авторизации. Для получения удаленного доступа необходимо самостоятельно зарегистрироваться на сайте ЭБС с территории Университета.

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