Контрольная по английскому Employment Agencies


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  1. Прочитайте и устно переведите на русский язык весь текст. Письменно переведите  абзацы  2,4.


Employment Agencies

In Britain there is a special service for school leavers, the Careers Advisory Service, which helps young people who are looking for their first job. Careers Officers give practical advice on interview techniques, application forms, letters, pay, National Insurance and Trade Unions.
One business organization that you may use when you are job-hunting is an employment agency. There are the state employment services and nonprofit agencies that do not receive fees for finding jobs for people. There exist also some private employment agencies which receive a fee. Some employment agencies see applicants without an appointment. These include the state employment services and nonprofit agencies. Counselors there may spend a few minutes with each applicant.
But an agency that deals with technical and higher-salaried jobs spends much more time with each applicant. Appointments are necessary in this type of agency, where a counselor may be able to see only a few applicants a day.
An interview for any kind of job, whether the interview is obtained through a friend, classified advertisement, or an agency, generally requires an appointment. It is important to be on time for your appointment. If you have made an appointment and cannot keep it, or if you will be more than ten minutes late, you should always call the interviewer. If you do not cancel the appointment or notify the interviewer that you will be late, you will create a negative impression on your possible employer.
To make efficient use of time, American business people schedule their days hour by hour. In most American business situations, appointments are a necessary courtesy.

  1. Подберите определения к существительным из первого столбика соедините буквы и цифры. Переведите существительные из первого столбика на русский язык.


1. a career

a) written statement calling attention to something, public notice

2. advice

b) to plan to occur at a certain time,

3. an interview

c) someone whose job is to give people advice about what jobs and professional training might be suitable for them

4. employment

d) to decide or announce that (a planned or scheduled event) will not take place,

5. a counselor

e) conversation between two or more people where questions are asked by one person to get information from the other

6. an advertisement

f) a person’s course of progress through life

7. an appointment

g) to demand as obligatory or appropriate

8. to schedule

h) an opinion or recommendation offered as a guide to action

9. to cancel

i) a relationship between two parties, usually based on a contract where work is paid for

10. to require

j)meeting arranged in advance

III. Определите, являются ли приведенные ниже утверждения (1, 2, 3)
а) истинными (true)
б) ложными (false)
в) в тексте нет информации (no information)

  1. Private employment agencies receive some kind of payment for finding jobs for people.
  2. There are over 500 Careers Advisory Services in Great Britain.
  3. You are allowed to be 15 minutes late for your job interview without warning.

IV. Прочитайте 5 абзац и письменно ответьте на вопрос:
Why do American business people schedule their day hour by hour?

 V. Вставьте пропущенные слова. Выберите правильный вариант (A, B, C, D) из таблицы.

We Want Work

Lisa Blueberry (1) ________in public relations in New York. A year ago, she was (2) _______off from her job. She thought that she would (3) ______ a new job quickly but she didn't. There was eight percent (4) ________ in New York. Lisa sent out her (5) _______and phoned companies but nothing worked. Lisa talked (6) _______the problem with two friends. The three friends had tried all the usual ways to find employment such as(7) _______ to job advertisements and contacting companies.
Lisa, her two friends and forty other jobless executives (8) _______an organization called We Want Work. Most members had business degrees and good work (9) ________. The members put (10) ________about their work   experience   on   website. They also went out (11) ______the streets at 7 a.m. and spent the morning   giving   out   CVs   and information to   advertise   their website.
The idea got (12) _______. Eleven (13) _______the forty-three members   have found work. But the original group does not want new (14)_______. The group and the website will finish (15) _____ all forty-three have found jobs.


A engaged

B busy

C worked

D was


A laid

B put

C got

D made


A research

B find

C seek

D got


A employment

B unemployment

C occupation

D engagement


A emails

B references

C diploma



A about

B on

C around

D of


A applied

B answering

C answered

D applying


A finished

B started

C organized

D starting


A expertise

B qualifications

C experience

D skills


A promotion

B information

C advertisement

D knowledge


A on

B in

C about

D along


A benefits

B prize

C bonus

D results


A from

B of

C off

D among


A employees

B employers

C members

D colleagues


A where

B while

C as long as

D when