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1. Mike has just found a new job at the customs.

2. The customs inspector had finished examining the passengers 'baggage by 3 o'clock.

3. I have been working at the Customs for 5 years now.

4. We will have been discussing this problem for a long time before you come.

5. Customs business has always been important and prestigious.

6. The customs officer had been looking through the passenger declaration for a minute when he noticed a mistake.

7. Import laws have become a barometer of economic and political conditions of the time.

8. The customs officers will have been clearing the cargo for 2 hours by the time they arrive.

9. We will have prepared the documents by Monday.

10. The delegation has already arrived at the airport.

2. , 䳺 Present Perfect Past Simple.

1. A foreigner just (to arrive) at the airport and is going through customs control now.

2. The customs officers (to confiscate) narcotics last Friday.

3. I already (to pass) through customs and passport control.

4. Russia (to have) a Customs service during the past 1000 years.

5. Derzhavin (to work out) the customs tariff in +1795.

6. The President (to sign) a new law limiting import of foreign goods recently.

7. Alexei Michailovitch Romanov (to sign) the New Trade Statute and (to establish) customs regimes.

8. The Government (to impose) customs duties yet?

9. Mendeleev (to be sure) that protectionist policy (to stimulate) industrial production.

10. Drug contraband (to grow) considerably since last year.

3. , 䳺 Past Simple Past Perfect.

1. Before Radischev (to become) Head of St.Petersburg customs house he (to work) for Commerce Board.

2. He (to be) the Customs Office chief for 10 years. Then he (to retire).

3. It (to be clear) that he (not to pay) the customs duties yet.

4. The customs officer (to detain) the passenger after he (to find) an icon in his traveling bag.

5. Our chief (to inform) us of new customs tariffs after he (to return) from the business trip.

6. They (to clear) the cargo before he (to phone).

7. The customs officer (to ask) the passenger when and where he (to buy) his ring.

8. The arrival hall (to be) full of people. They (to arrive) just in Moscow.

9. The passenger (to be) a French businessman who (to come) to Washington to have talks with the head of the company.

10. Only when I (to board) the plane I (to understand) that I (to leave) my handbag somewhere.

4. , 䳺 Present Simple, Present Progressive, Present Perfect Present Perfect Progressive.

1. a) My friend (to work) at the customs.

b) My friend (to work) at a very interesting project

now.

c) My friend (to work) already at this project.

d) My friend (to work) at the customs since 2000.

2. a) I always (to fill in) a customs declaration form when I travel abroad.

b) I (to fill in) a customs declaration form now. Do not disturb me.

c) I (not to fill in) a customs declaration form yet. Wait a minute.

d) I (to fill in) a customs declaration form for 15 minutes

now. 3. a) Customs officers often (to use) different inspectional techniques to

detect contraband.

b) The customs officers (to use) the inspectional techniques at the

moment to make sure there is no contraband in this petrol tank.

c) The customs officers just (to use) the inspectional techniques. There

are no concealments in this part of the ship.

d) The customs officers found no drugs though they (to use) all the

inspectional techniques they had at their disposal for an hour.

4. a) Our team usually (to clear) the cargo.

b) Our team is very busy at the moment. We (to clear) the cargo.

c) Our team (to clear) all the cargo today.

d) Our team (to clear) the cargo for 2 hours now.

5. a) Passengers who arrive in our country always (to pass) through

customs Control.

b) The passengers who have just arrived in Moscow (to pass) through

customs control now.

c) The passengers (to pass) through customs control and now they are

leaving the terminal.

d) The passengers (to pass) through customs control for the last 15

minutes.

5. , 䳺 Past Simple, Past Progressive, Past Perfect, Past Perfect Progressive.

1. a) I (to look through) the passengers 'declarations very attentively a few

minutes ago.

b) I (to look through) the passengers 'declarations when you found

me.

c) I (to look through) just the passengers 'declarations before you

asked for help.

d) I (to look through) the passengers 'declarations for quite a while when

I realized that I needed a rest before it happened.

2. a) This company (to import) its products into our country in 2009.

b) This company (not to import) its products into our country from 2003

till 2005.

c) This company (not to import) its products into our country before

2000.

d) This company (to import) its products into our country for many years

3. a) We (to prepare) all the necessary documents in time.

b) We (to prepare) all the necessary documents when we got the news.

c) We (to prepare) all the necessary documents by 6.

d) We (to prepare) all the necessary documents for a week before we got

the news.

4. a) This man (to try) to bring exotic reptiles into Russia yesterday.

b) This man (to try) to bring exotic reptiles into Russia when he was

detained by Customs.

c) This man (to try) to bring exotic reptiles into Russia twice before

finally he was detained by Customs.

d) This man (to try) to bring exotic reptiles into Russia for many years

before 2009.

5. a) The students (to study) the Customs Code last term.

b) The students (to study) the Customs Code at the lesson yesterday.

c) The students (to study) the Customs Code before they began to study

the Criminal Code.

d) The students (to study) the Customs Code for the whole semester

before they had an examination.

6. , 䳺 Future Simple, Future Progressive, Future Perfect, Future Perfect Progressive.

1. a) I (to buy) a new car in less than a year.

b) I (to buy) a new car at this time tomorrow.

c) I (to buy) a new car by April.

d) I (to buy) a new car for an hour when you come to help me.

2. a) We (to keep) these goods in the warehouse until we pay the duties.

b) We (to keep) these goods in the warehouse the whole winter.

c) We (to keep) already these goods in the warehouse by the time they

can be cleared.

d) We (to keep) these goods in the warehouse for two months by the

1stof December.

3. a) He (to translate) the Customs Convention into Russian next week.

b) He (to translate) the Customs Convention into Russian from 9 till12

on Tuesday.

c) He (to translate) the Customs Convention into Russian by 3.

d) He (to translate) the Customs Convention into Russian for 2 hours

by the time you appear.

4. a) They (to repair) our X-ray machine in two days.

b) They (to repair) our X-ray machine the whole day tomorrow.

c) They (to repair) our X-ray machine by Monday, I hope.

d) They (to repair) our X-ray machine for 3 days by Monday.

5. a) The Customs Office chief (to sign) the permits in a minute.

b) The Customs Office chief (to sign) the permits when you come in.

c) The Customs Office chief (to sign) the permits by the time you

come to take them.

d) The Customs Office chief (to sign) the permits for 10 minutes when

you come to take them.

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