Give adequate Russian equivalents of the italicized words.

  1. A Feast of Russian Arts
  2. British and Russian Cuisine
  3. British and Russian Cuisine
  4. British and Russian Cuisine
  5. Complete the following sentences, by unscrambling the bolded words. Spell the word. Give its definition.
  6. Complete the sentences with given words.
  7. Complete the word combinations. Translate them into Russian.

Imply, implication, implicit- : , . : to imply - , , ; implication - , ; - . .; implicit - , ..

1. The book does not claim to give more than the name implies. 2. People are always talking about fundamental research, implying the existance of a nameless opposite. 3. Recent observations of various astronomical objects together with their theoretical implications were discussed at the conference. 4. Dirac's theory implied that there should be the same number of anti- particles as the universe. 5. What are the implications of this statement?

Effect- : , . : effect - , , , , . .; to effect - , ..

1. The earth's magnetic field forms a shield that protects living things from the destructive effects of the solar winds. 2. The agreement on scientific and technological cooperation in space research between the USSR and the USA has taken effect. 3. He disapproved of the proposal and wrote to that effect. 4. The answer was to the effect that communications should be presented in one of the working languages. 5. Sulfuric acid is used as a co-reactant with nitric acid to effect the nitration of organic compounds. 6. The guidance of space-

spaceships is effected by automatic computer control. 7. Air pollution in its turn effects the undescribable changes in the climate of our globe.




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