Контрольная по английскому Accounts


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Это небольшая контрольная работа. В данной контрольной всего несколько заданий. В контрольную включен английский экономический текст для перевода на русский язык. Чтобы перевести этот экономический текст, необходимо знать английскую экономическую лексику.


Accounts and foreign payments


Задание 1. Поставьте глаголы в скобках в нужной форме и переведите предложения.

l. They (to tell) me yesterday that you (get) an excellent mark.
2. When you (to receive) a letter from your friend?
3. 0ur mother (to cook) dinner from three till five yesterday.
4. We (to see) each other for ages.
5. Last summer we (to live) in the country and (to go) to the river every day.
6. She is so upset: she (to lose) the key to the front door.
7. Columbus (to discover) America 500 years ago.
8. Columbus (to know) that he (to discover) America.
9. I never (to be) to Greece.
10. We (to miss) the bus. Now we shall have to walk.

Задание 2. Выберите правильный модальный глагол.

1. I don't think I .. use my car soon. It is badly damaged.
a) can
b) will be able to
2. The doctor said I ... participate in car races in two or three months.
a) could
b) would be able
3. The robbers ... escape because the police arrived too late.
a) could
b) were able to
4. The boys got lost in the forest but fortunately we ... find them before dark.
a) could
b) were able to
5. My grandfather was a very clever man. He ... speake five languages.
a) could
b) was able to
6. Sue wasn't at home when I phoned but I ... contact her at her office.
a) could
b) was able to
7. My grandmother loved music. She ... play the piano very well,
a) could
b) was able to
8. A girl fell into the river but fortunately we ... rescue her.
a) could
b) were able to


Задание 3. Переведите текст и составьте 5 вопросов к тексту (2 общих, 2 специальных, 1 альтернативный).

Accounts and foreign payments

Very often in business situations you may find yourself having to talk about money with suppliers and customers. You may be physically handling money or dealing with figures and money on paper. If you work in the accounts department of a firm you may have to fill in invoices for customers orders. Or you may have to send a customer a reminder because they have not paid an invoice. You may even have to decide whether customers can have further credit and can delay paying their outstanding bills.
If you are working in international trade you may need to be familiar with the different types of payment that exist. They are as following.
1) CWO - cash with order. This method is uncommon since you extend credit to your supplier; in addition you run the risk that the goods will not be dispatched in accordance with the contract terms.
2) Open account: this is a simple agreement in which you agree to pay for the goods after you have received them, usually on a monthly basis. There are various ways in which you can send money to your suppliers under open account. Your suppliers may suggest the method to be used, for example:
Cheque: This is usually the slowest method of payment. Your suppliers may have charges from their own bank and also from banks in your country since a cheque has to be cleared through the international banking system before they receive credit. Different banks have different methods and this could take as long as a month. For this reasons your suppliers may not accept payment by cheque.
Bankers draft: You can arrange for your bank to issue a draft, which is a kind of cheque, drawn on an overseas bank. You send this direct to your suppliers who pay it into their bank account. They will usually receive immediate credit.
Telegraphic transfer: Also known as Interbank Transfer, this is the fastest method of sending money abroad but costs a little more than most other methods of transferring money. Your bank instructs an overseas bank, by secure e-mail, to pay a stated amount of money to your suppliers. If you wish, the overseas bank can be instructed to inform your suppliers as soon as the money arrives.
International Payment Order: You can arrange for your bank to instruct an overseas bank to make payment to your supplier, by airmail. International Payment Orders are slower than Telegraphic Interbank Transfers.
3) Bill of Exchange: This is a popular way of arranging payment and offers benefits for both you and your suppliers. The main advantage is that you are not required to make payment until your suppliers have dispatched the goods. Your suppliers are protected by law and also know that money owing against bills can easily be obtained.