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Now complete the definitions (1-11) below with the units from exercise 2 and the people from the box

  1. A) Match the words and their definitions
  2. A) Read the word combinations from the table below and try to remember them.
  3. A) Study the definitions of the words with similar meanings and think about their proper Russian equivalents.
  4. Actress in England. There are only three people who bring money into the
  5. B) Complete the sentences, using the words from Ex. 3. a). Three of them are used twice. The first one is done for you.
  6. B) Match the words and their definitions
  7. B) Work in pairs. Look at the pictures of stationary. Put the words below in the correct order to match pictures.
Andrè Marie Ampère (1775-1836) Anders Celsius (1701-1744) Marie Curie (1867-1934) Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894) James Prescott Joule (1818-1889) Lord Kelvin (1824-1907) Georg Simon Ohm (1787-1854) Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727) Count Alessandro Volta (1745-1827) James Watt (1736-1819)
1. A ___ is a unit of pressure equal to one Newton per square metre. It's named after ___ , a French scientist.
2. A ___ is a unit of force. It's named after ___ , an English mathematician.
3. ___ is the temperature scale that has the freezing point of water as 0°C and the boiling point as 100°C. The scale was developed by a Swedish astronomer, ___ .
4. A ___ is an amount of electric power. It is equal to one joule per second. It's named after ___ , a Scottish engineer and inventor.
5. A ___ is a unit of electric force. It's named after ___ , an Italian physicist and pioneer in the study of electricity.
6. An ___ is a unit of electric current. It's named after ___ , a French mathematician and physicist, a pioneer in electrodynamics.
7. An ___ is a unit of electrical resistance named after ___ , a German physicist.
8. A ___ is a unit of energy named after ___ , a British physicist.
9. ___ is the temperature scale that registers absolute zero (-273.15C) as 0°K. It's named after ___, a British scientist.
10. A ___ is a frequency equal to one cycle per second. It's named after ___ , a German physicist.
11. A ___ is a unit of radioactivity. It's named after ___ , a Polish-born chemist who discovered radioactivity in several elements.

4. Read the sentences from exercise 3 again and find the words that mean:

1. A person who studies the elements and their compounds.
2. A person who studies the universe.
3. A person who studies the physical properties of materials.
4. A person who thinks of new machines.
5. A person who develops new ideas about a subject.

 



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Use the information in the text to answer the questions (1-6) below about 1) The Great Wall of China and 2) the first pyramid in Egypt. | Now complete the definitions (1-8) with the words from the module. | Read the following text and fill in the gaps. Use the words from the boxes below. | PRE-LISTENING | WHILE-LISTENING | POST-LISTENING | EGYPT GREAT PYRAMIDS | Read the following text. Complete the text by putting a word or number from the box below in each space (1-10). | Read the following text. | SIGNS, SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS |

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