УМОЛЯЮ С АНГЛИЙСКИМ УМОЛЯЮ С АНГЛИЙСКИМ УМОЛЯЮ С АНГЛИЙСКИМ УМОЛЯЮ
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1)Isaac Newton formulated the basic laws of classical mechanics, discovered the law of universal gravitation, developed the theory of motion of celestial bodies, and created foundations of celestial mechanics.
2)By Michael Faraday on August 29, 1831
3)Origin of species
4)The use of the steam engine has made the railway an incentive for urban development throughout the country and the world. Railways soon became the main means of communication. It gave them unprecedented mobility and allowed them to travel long distances.
5)a portable encryption machine used for encrypting and decrypting secret messages.4.
1.Isaak Newton discovered the law of motion and the universal law of gravitation.
2.Michael Faraday changed the course of
civilization when he built the first electric generator.
3.People have been inventing a lot of useful to make the life more comfortable.
4. At first Fleming wanted to become a surgeon
At first Fleming wanted to become a surgeonbut soon he got interested in bacteriology and decided that he was to find
bacteriology and decided that he was to findhis future in research.
5.Scottish scientist lan Wilmat developed the idea of cloning in 1997.5.
1. What advice would you give for the next generation?
2.What would you like to become in the future?
3.What field do you specialize in the most?
4.Your most successful discovery?
5.What motivated you to become a scientist?
7. Are fond of
modern - современный
PT - физ-ра
Compete - соревноваться, участвовать, конкурировать
Are fond of - отзываются, увлекаться
Compulsory - обязательный
Competition - соревнование
Excellent - отличный
Different - разный, другой, различный
Sporting - спортивный, занятия спортом
Teach - учить, научить, преподавать
всё просто, единственное число - was, множественное - were
2.I have got headache
3.She has got long and straight hair
4.Has your hotel got a swimming pool?
5.I have not got a lot of money
6.Have these suitcases got
7. The doctor has bot got enough time to see you today
african elephant (loxodonta africana) the largest of modern land animals. the mass of old males reaches 7.5 t, and the height in the shoulders — 4 m (on average, males have a mass of 5 t, females — 3 t) . however, despite the massive addition, the elephant is remarkably agile, easy movements, without rushing fast. he swims well, and over the surface of the water, leaving only the forehead and the tip of the trunk, without apparent effort, overcomes a steep climb, free feels among the rocks. a striking sight is a herd of elephants in the forest. absolutely noiselessly animals literally cut through dense thickets. so it seems that they are immaterial: no cod, no rustle, no movement of branches and leaves. smooth, seemingly unhurried step elephant covers in search of food or away from the danger of great distances, passing over the night tens of kilometers. no wonder it is considered useless to pursue the disturbed herd of elephants. the african elephant inhabits a vast territory south of the sahara. in ancient times it was found in north africa, but now disappeared from there completely. despite the vast area of distribution, it is not easy to meet elephants: in large quantities they are now only in national parks and reserves. thus, in uganda in the 20s elephants lived on 70% of the territory, and now they occupy no more than 17% of the country. in many countries there are no elephants outside protected areas. elephants rarely live alone. but the multi-hundred herds, which travelers of the last century wrote about, are now almost gone. the usual composition of elephant herds — 9-12 the old, the young and very young animals. typically, in a herd there is the bellwether, most often the old elephant. however, sometimes the leader are males, especially during migration. a herd of elephants is a very friendly community. animals get to know each other well and protect their young together; known cases where elephants helped the wounded brethren, taking them from dangerous places. fights between elephants are rare, and only animals suffering from some pain, such as a broken tusk, become quarrelsome and irritable. usually such elephants are removed from the herd, but it is not known whether they prefer loneliness or they are expelled by healthy companions.