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1-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence.
If you stand in the cold for a long time, you will get sick.
  1. Speak on the theme “Communications”.
Communication is the relation that involves interaction between two participants. The word communication is a Latin word that means to share. It is the transfer of information, ideas that can be conducted in different ways. Among the three components of communication, the sender is the most involved person.
The sender has the whole idea of the matter that is to be delivered. The receiver does not know about the sender and the subject of the sender’s information. Communication can be a one-way or a two-way process. Communication serves as a way or means for connecting people and places. It has expanded to relate to diverse perspectives.
Communications can be formal as well as informal. Formal communications are meant to establish substantial works in the business sector and work out business relationships or work relationships. Informal communication may hold various emotions and personal feelings. Communication carried out by different people highly depends on an individual’s speaking and writing capability. Superior communication skills pave the way for success.
2-BILET
 
  1. Write the job with the suffix -ist.
She works with animals and plants. She’s a biologist.
  1. How did Internet change our life?
The Internet has turned our existence upside down. It has revolutionized communications, to the extent that it is now our preferred medium of everyday communication. In almost everything we do, we use the Internet. Ordering a pizza, buying a television, sharing a moment with a friend, sending a picture over instant messaging. Before the Internet, if you wanted to keep up with the news, you had to walk down to the newsstand when it opened in the morning and buy a local edition reporting what had happened the previous day. But today a click or two is enough to read your local paper and any news source from anywhere in the world, updated up to the minute.
3-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence.
The girl who is coming along the street is from my class.
  1. Speak on the theme “My future profession”.
I think that my future profession will be closely connected with computers. I am capable to work with them, and I also possess the qualities needed in this work. They are accuracy, energy, carefulness. But I hesitate if I have enough patience. I must develop it if I want to become a computer operator. I know that it would be better to choose a profession of an interpreter or any other occupation connected with Russian and literature because I am good at these subjects but when I began to study the computer skills that was what I have been looking for. In our modern world it’s hard to do without computers.
They are needed everywhere, and I hope that my interests in this subject will never change inspite of any circumstances.
4-BILET
  1. Complete the sentence.
Scotland has its own education system which is different from the education system of England.
  1. Speak on the theme “How to choose a profession”.
One of the most difficult decisions in our life is choosing what to do for a living when we grow up.  Finishing school means starting independent lives and choosing one of the roads: a technical school or a university. Starting our life with a right profession is very important because the future of young people depends on this choice. That is why they must choose it with utmost care analyzing all pros and cons. Besides our friends and older relatives can influence our choice or just give a good piece of advice.
 In our modern fast paced world there are plenty of new interesting and socially important professions. The future profession must not be boring for us. It should suit your interests and your features of character. You might choose working indoors or outdoors, dealing with people or just with papers. In other words you should enjoy the work you do. It should also satisfy your career plans and professional ambitions. It should provide us with a chance of professional growth and personal development.
5-BILET
 
  1. Complete the dialogue.
– How long does it take you to eat your breakfast?
– It takes 15 minutes to eat my breakfast.
  1. What kind of qualities do you need for your job?
It’s not difficult to see that having certain abilities means that you can do certain jobs much better. If you have an ability to make friends quickly and get on with other people, it would be easier for you to work in a shop. If you are good at technical machinery and interested in operational problems, you should be an engineer. We should think about our personal strengths and weaknesses so that we can choose something more in line with our natural abilities. Here are the qualities which you need for different jobs
Honesty
Loyalty
Dependability
Teamwork
Flexibility
Self-reliance
Eagerness to learn
Confidence
Work ethic
Determination
Problem-solving skills
Positivity
Ambition
6-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence.
After finishing my classes, I go home by bus.
  1. Speak on the theme “Education in Uzbekistan and the USA”. Compare.
Education in USA
There are five types of schools in the US education system. They are: kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, high school and private school. Children go to kindergarten when they are 5 years old. They go to elementary school from ages 6 through 11 (1-5 grades), middle school from ages 12 through 14 (6-8 grades) and high school from ages 15 through 19 (9-12 grades).
 
Education in Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan 11 years of education are compulsory and free, beginning with 4 years at  rimary school, and followed by 2 phases of secondary education taking 5 and 2 years respectively. Primary school begins at age 6 and there is no specific leaving examination after the 4 years are complete. Secondary Education
The next 5 years are spent at general secondary school from ages 10 to 15. Following that, there is a choice of between 2 to 3 years of upper education at either general or technical vocational schools. The former provides a certificate of completed secondary education and the opportunity to enter university, the latter a diploma of specialized secondary education, through a network of secondary vocational institutions.
 
7-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence.
We have had our car repaired.
  1. Speak about your one day at school.
Our lessons start at 8:00 am. We are all excited to learn something new. My favorite lesson is Math. Our math teacher is pretty strict and smart. I love his lessons. In Uzbek schools’ lessons are timed for 45 minutes. We have one break between each lesson.
At 11:20 we have lunch time. Lunch is my favourite part of the school day. I get to eat and talk to my friends. We eat lunch in the canteen. After lunch it’s a Geography class. It’s normally a really boring class. The school day gets out at 1:45 p.m. Then finally I get to go home. So I do my homework that needs to be done at home. That’s my   one day at school
 8-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentences.
I was in a hurry and I spilled my tea over my clean white shirt. If I hadn’t been in a hurry, I wouldn’t have spilled my tea over my shirt.
  1. Speak on the theme “State and private education”. Compare.
The main difference between private and public school is the source of funding. Public schools are funded by local, state, or federal government while private schools are generally funded through tuition paid by the students. Because public schools receive federal funds, they must also follow federal guidelines and that sometimes limits what public schools are able to teach. Private schools are not subject to the same standards so they have more freedom in developing their curriculum. Both public and private schools have their pros and cons which differ depending on the type of school.
Most traditional public schools are funded by the local, state, and the federal government which means that they have a say in the curriculum and how the school is run. Teachers are required to have a license in order to teach and students are sent to public school based on where they live. Standards for each state may differ, but all public schools must adhere to certain standards.
A traditional private school is not funded by the government which means that administrators and teachers have more control over the curriculum – it also means that students are typically charged to attend.
Boarding School – This is a type of private school that offers housing and food to its students. Boarding school also provides students with a community that offers support as well as a deeper relationship between students and teachers. Boarding schools also frequently offer a wider selection of extracurricular activities.
 
 
9-BILET
  1. Complete the sentence.
If the company marketed the new product more aggressively, it would be more successful.
 
  1. How do you think about school punishment?
School discipline relates to the actions taken by a teacher or the school organization towards a student (or group of students) when the student’s behavior disrupts the ongoing educational activity or breaks a rule created by the teacher or the school system. Discipline can guide the children’s behaviour or set limits to help them learn to take care of themselves, other people and the world around them.
School systems set rules, and if students break these rules they are subject to discipline. These rules may, for example, define the expected standards of clothing, timekeeping, social conduct, and work ethic. The term «discipline» is applied to the punishment that is the consequence of breaking the rules.
The aim of discipline is to set limits restricting certain behaviors or attitudes that are seen as harmful or against school policies, educational norms, school traditions, etc. The focus of discipline is shifting and alternative approaches are emerging due to notably high dropout rates and disproportionate punishment upon minority students.
10-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence.
I wish I had my hair cut.
  1. Speak on the theme “Democracy in Uzbekistan”.
The sovereign Republic of Uzbekistan was founded on 31 August, 1991. The country is
situated in the central and north-western part of Asia. Uzbekistan consists of 12 regions
and the Republic of Karakalpakstan. The state language is Uzbek, and Karakalpak in Karakalpakstan. The state currency is soum. The Constitution of Uzbekistan was adopted on December 8, 1992. According to the constitution, the President is the Head of State, elected generally and directly by secret ballot. His term of office is seven years, with a right to re-election. The President is also the Head of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis.
The supreme legislative body is the Oliy Majlis. The Oliy Majlis consists of two chambers
– the Legislative Chamber (the Lower Chamber) and the Senate (the Upper Chamber).
The term of powers of the Legislative chamber and the Senate of the Oliy Majlis is five
years.
The Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis consists of one hundred and twenty deputies
elected by territorial constituencies on a multiparty basis.
The Senate of the Oliy Majlis is the chamber of territorial representation and consists of
members of the Senate (senators).
Members of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis are elected in equal quantity – in six persons
– from the Republic of Karakalpakstan, regions and the city of Tashkent by secret ballot.
Sixteen members of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis are appointed by the President from the
most authoritative citizens with large practical experience and special merits in the sphere
of science, art, literature, manufacture and other spheres of state and public activity.
11-BILET
 
  1. Answer the question.
What is the difference between a wage and a salary?
The main difference between salary and hourly wage is that salaries are a fixed upon payment agreed to by both the employer and employee. Wages, on the other hand, may vary depending on hours worked and performance.
  1. Speak about the political systems of the USA and UK. Compare.
Formally the USA is a Federal Republic, while the UK is parliamentary monarchy.
In practice, this means the USA has an elected head of state (The President) who has real powers, while the UK has a hereditary monarch (The King or Queen), who has virtually no power but a lot of symbolism. In the UK executive power is wielded by a Prime Minister who is directly answerable to Parliament and in practice has to command a majority in the elected House of Commons.
The legislature in the UK (Parliament) consists of two houses, one of which has almost unlimited power (the House of Commons) while the other is appointed (with a few residual hereditary members elected from their own number) and has only limited powers to delay and revise legislation. In the US there are two house of the legislature (Congress), both of which are elected and have co-equal power to propose and reject legislation
12-BILET
 
  1. 1. Complete the sentence.
An ecologist is a person who studies ecology
 
  1. Speak on the theme “Political parties in Uzbekistan”.
There are five parliamentary parties in Uzbekistan. They’re The People’s Democratic Party of Uzbekistan, Justice Socialist Democratic Party … the National Revival Democratic Party, Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party and Ecologic Party. The oldest party is People’s Democratic party. It was established in 1991. The most popular party is Uzbekistan Liberal Democratic Party. Ecologic party has fixed 15 members in the Oliy Majlis. It’s because Uzbekistan isn’t indifferent to ecology.
13-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence with the correct preposition.
The British emblem consists of a standing lion on the left.
  1. What is marketing and promotion
Marketing — deciding on a product, its price, how to get it to the customer and making
promotion
Promotion- telling customers about your products
Marketing is a business term that experts have defined in dozens of different ways. In fact, even at company level people may perceive the term differently. Basically, it is a management process through which products and services move from concept to the customer. It includes identification of a product, determining demand, deciding on its price, and selecting distribution channels. It also includes developing and implementing a promotional strategy.
In marketing, promotion refers to any type of marketing communication used to inform target audiences of the relative merits of a product, service, brand or issue, most of the time persuasive in nature. It helps marketers to create a distinctive place in customers’ mind, it can be either a cognitive or emotional route.
14-BILET
 
  1. Make sentences with “should have”.
John and Helen’s kitchen window is broken. They should have it repaired
  1. Speak on the theme “My business plan”.
My future project is about business. I have been planning this project since when I was born. I am going to study abroad in order to get and take new information and innovation technology due to my dream. I want to connect several countries with Uzbekistan by business, computer technology and so on. The business is the main popular way to introduce our country and earning much money. In the future I am going to work the special large companies then I will organize my own plant and this will serve the good things and to my country.this is my special dream and project.
15-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence with the correct preposition.
I am fond of classical music and I am keen on practicing it.
  1. What do you know about promotion techniques?
Techniques which are used to win customers include coupons, samples, money back,
competitions, etc. Many of these techniques are over a hundred years old. New promotion
techniques are not often developed and, even when they are, there is always a
risk that they will not please customers. So why do companies still try to develop new
promotion techniques? The answer is because companies which do develop a successful
new promotion can win many customers because they are the first to use the technique.
16-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence.
If we had had more money, we would have bought more fruits.
  1. Speak on the theme “Industry in Uzbekistan”.
Uzbekistan’s most productive heavy industries have been extraction of natural gas and oil; oil refining; mining and mineral processing; machine building, especially equipment for cotton cultivation and the textile industry; coal mining; and the ferrous metallurgy, chemical, and electrical power industries. The chemical manufacturing industry focuses primarily on the production of fertilizer.
Two oil refineries in Uzbekistan, located at Farghona and Amtiari, have a combined capacity of 173,000 barrels per day. Other centers of the processing industries include Angren (for coal), Bekobod (steel), Olmaliq (copper, zinc, and molybdenum), Zarafshon (gold), and Yangiobod (uranium).
17-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence.
If we had gone to the party, it would have been great.
  1. What kind of company/industry can you establish in your area?
There are four types of industry. These are primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary.
Primary industry involves getting raw materials e.g. mining, farming and fishing. Secondary industry involves manufacturing e.g. making cars and steel.
Tertiary industries provide a service e.g. teaching and nursing.
Quaternary industry involves research and development industries e.g. IT.
I prefer tertiary industries. Because they provide a service. You work with people and you help them with their problems. Nowadays, we need more companies which offers teaching and nursing. For example, education centers help us to improve our knowledge and find better jobs in our field. If you are qualified, and have knowledge on some field you can easily find better jobs. In order to improve employees’ knowledge and educate people I will run education center. This field is in need in our country. It reduces unemployment and has a lot of advantages.
18-BILET
 
  1. Put the adjective into the superlative form.
Support Manchester United which is the largest and the most successful football club in Britain.
  1. Speak on the theme “Globalization”.
Globalization is the process of growing, developing and expanding the business, services or
technologies all through the world. It is the expansion of various businesses to the global markets throughout the world. It requires huge international investment to develop large multinational corporations for the worldwide economic integration. It is to increase the connectivity and interdependence of the businesses in the worldwide markets. In the last few decades, globalization has taken the form of technological advancement which resulted in easier travel, communication, and other businesses on international level for the people. On one hand, where globalization has made easy access of technologies to the people, it has also decreased the opportunity of success by increasing competition.
19-BILET
 
  1. Combine two sentences using “which”.
Secondary schools, which are called comprehensive schools, are much larger than primary schools.
 
  1. How do you think about the membership of Uzbekistan to the UN?
The Republic of Uzbekistan became a member of the United Nations Organisation on March 2, 1992 at the 46th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations. For the last eleven years close contacts are established with all main structures of the Organisation.
Under the aegis of the United Nations the following major events were held in Tashkent: Conference «Central Asia — nuclear weapon free zone», Conference of «6+2» Group, Conference on «Strengthening the security and stability in Central Asia, integrated approach in struggle against drug-trafficking, organised crime, terrorism and others.
Uzbekistan intensively cooperates within the framework of the UN General Assembly agenda, and with the various specialised institutions of the UN system. The Republic has most productive cooperation with the following institutions: the UNDP, UNODC, OPCW, Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and others.
In the framework of the United Nations Uzbekistan put forward the major initiatives in the field of ensuring international peace and security:
creation of Nuclear Free Zone in Central Asia;
introduction of embargo on deliveries of the weapon to Afghanistan;
creation of Group «6+2» on settlement of situation in Afghanistan;
creation of the International Centre for Struggle against Terrorism
The United Nations Department for Disarmament Affairs actively participated in development and financing of the contract draft on Nuclear Free Zone in Central Asia, which is planned to be signed this year.
In 2000 Uzbekistan is elected as a member in the structure of the Commission of the United Nations on Prevention of Crime and Criminal Justice for the period of 2001-2003.
20-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence.
If I were you, I would go there.
  1. Speak about the international organizations.
An international organization (intergovernmental organization) is an organization established by a treaty or other instrument governed by international law and possessing its own legal personality, such as the United Nations, the World Health Organization and NATO. International organizations are composed of primarily member states, but may also include other entities, such as other international organizations. Additionally, entities (including states) may hold observer status.
21-BILET
 
  1. Combine two sentences using “who”.
The Abdumavlonov brothers, who live in Bekobod, are karate champions.
  1. Speak about the NGOs? What is their role?
Non-governmental organizations, nongovernmental organizations, or nongovernment organizations commonly referred to as NGOs, are usually non-profit and sometimes international organizations independent of governments and international governmental organizations that are active in humanitarian, educational, health care, public policy, social, human rights, environmental, and other areas to effect changes according to their objectives. They are thus a subgroup of all organizations founded by citizens, which include clubs and other associations that provide services, benefits, and premises only to members. Sometimes the term is used as a synonym of «civil society organization» to
refer to any association founded by citizens but this is not how the term is normally used in the media or everyday language, as recorded by major dictionaries. The explanation of the term by NGO.org is ambivalent. It first says an NGO is any non-profit, voluntary citizens’ group which is organized on a local, national or international level, but then goes on to restrict the meaning in the sense used by most English speakers and the media: Task-oriented and driven by people with a common interest, NGOs perform a variety of service and humanitarian functions, bring citizen concerns to Governments, advocate and monitor policies and encourage political participation through provision of information.
NGOs are usually funded by donations, but some avoid formal funding altogether and are run primarily by volunteers.
22-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence with the correct article.
The British national anthem is called “God save the Queen”.
  1. Speak on the theme “Environmental problems”.
Environment is the natural habitat that surrounds us everywhere. Over the last decades people have built so many harmful factories that environment started to suffer. Some environmental problems are really urgent in modern society. The problems we are facing air pollution, water pollution, global warming, nuclear pollution, the disappearance of certain animal species, etc.
There are numerous reasons for such vast pollution of the surrounding environment on our planet. First of all, today there are so many petrol-driven cars in the streets. In search of newer and newer inventions people have completely forgotten that natural resources are limited. We can’t continue exhaling harmful gases into the atmosphere. Such human behavior leads not only to air pollution but also to global warming. This problem really touches all countries in the world and is considered to be global. We have never had such warm winters before. Besides, the glaciers are melting. It is one of the most serious problems in the modern world. Some scientists state that global warming is the result of industrial revolution.
Other urgent problems include water pollution and waste of certain natural resources. Water pollution is mostly the result of factory wastes. If we had reasonably treated such natural resources as water, forest, soil, our planet would be in a better shape today.
Unfortunately, not everyone cares about nature and many people think that natural resources will never end.
23-BILET
  1. Complete the sentence
If I hadn’t woken up late, I wouldn’t have been to the work.
  1. Speak on the theme “Social media”.
The use of social media is associated with various issues, when it comes to people’s emotional wellbeing, mental and physical health, and many other areas of life. Specifically, research shows that the use of social media is associated with: Anxiety. Stress. … For example, people who use social media in a way that does not reflect their true self, for example by trying to reinvent themself online, tend to experience more issues as a result of social media use, such as loneliness. Social media is more addictive than alcohol and cigarette. We can’t go a day without scrolling through our social media accounts. The first thing we do when we wake up is log in to check other people’s status, comment and like. We have resulted in posting our problems on social media to ask for advice from people we think their life is perfect. Some of these are total strangers. … Social media platforms are flooded with con artists, Why is this? We believe everything posted in social media is true. We post stolen photos and videos saying that we are sick, or involved in accidents to lure people to donate money for us. How many people have posted fake investments and jobs on social media? And convinced us to send money to their accounts only to realize it was scum
24-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence using Passive voice.
Food and drink are not allowed in the computer laboratory.
  1. How do you think about the future professions?
I think that my future profession will be closely connected with computers. I am capable to work with them, and I also possess the qualities needed in this work. They are accuracy, energy, carefulness. But I hesitate if I have enough patience. I must develop it if I want to become a computer operator. I know that it would be better to choose a profession of an interpreter or any other occupation connected with Russian and literature because I am good at these subjects but when I began to study the computer skills that was what I have been looking for. In our modern world it’s hard to do without computers.
They are needed everywhere, and I hope that my interests in this subject will never change inspite of any circumstances
25-BILET
 
  1. Change the sentence into the indirect speech.
He said he had gone to the dentist that day
  1. Speak on the theme “Formal and informal phone calls”.
The language used for speaking on the telephone is basically very similar to that of ordinary conversation, but limited in certain important respects by the special situation, which imposes a number of restrictions. Attention may be called to some of the chief differences between formal and informal telephone conversations. The most notable difference is that a formal telephone conversation is conducted at a much more formal level because the people speaking are taking care to maintain the high level of politeness usually felt appropriate in this kind of discussion. Another difference is that the formal discussion is very precise and factual, keeping to the point and never straying off into the chatty vagueness which is found at times in informal telephone conversations. Finally, there is of course a considerable difference in the vocabulary, with more technical terms than one would expect to find in the average informal telephone conversation, and a mixture of formal and informal words and phrases. Informal chatty telephone calls usually take place between friends who have nothing in particular to discuss and are simply engaging in a bit of social pleasantness. In this kind of telephone conversation there is a great deal of informal idiom.
26- BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence using Passive voice.
Good behaviour are encouraged in this school.
  1. Speak on the theme “Action plans to solve problems”.
 
The Seven Steps of Action Planning
Define the Problem(s)
Collect and Analyze the Data
Clarify and Prioritize the Problem(s)
Write a Goal Statement for Each Solution
Implement Solutions: The Action Plan
Monitor and Evaluate
Restart with a New Problem, or Refine the Old Problem
Action plans help us to analyze the problem measure the chances and solve them.
The problem solving process can last minutes or extend to years depending on the difficulty and complexity of the problem being addressed. Some problems will be addressed «on the fly». Others will require careful consideration.
 
27-BILET
 
  1. Change the sentence into the indirect speech.
My teacher said we would have an exam the following week
  1. Speak about the local governments in Uzbekistan.
The sovereign Republic of Uzbekistan was founded on 31 August, 1991. The country is
situated in the central and north-western part of Asia. Uzbekistan consists of 12 regions and the Republic of Karakalpakstan. The state language is Uzbek, and Karakalpak in Karakalpakstan. The state currency is soum. The Constitution of Uzbekistan was adopted on December 8, 1992. According to the constitution, the President is the head of State, elected generally and directly by secret ballot. His term of office is seven years, with a right to re-election. The President is also the head of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis.
The supreme legislative body is the Oliy Majlis. The Oliy Majlis consists of two chambers – the legislative Chamber (the lower Chamber) and the Senate (the Upper Chamber).
The term of powers of the Legislative chamber and the Senate of the Oliy Majlis is five years.
The legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis consists of one hundred and twenty deputies elected by territorial constituencies on a multiparty basis.
The Senate of the Oliy Majlis is the chamber of territorial representation and consists of members of the Senate (senators).
Members of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis are elected in equal quantity – in six persons – from the Republic of Karakalpakstan, regions and the city of Tashkent by secret ballot.
Sixteen members of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis are appointed by the President from the most authoritative citizens with large practical experience and special merits in the sphere of science, art, literature, manufacture and other spheres of state and public activity.
28 – BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence.
If I had a company, I would develop new promotion techniques.
  1. Speak on the theme “Public holidays”.
The traditions of Uzbekistan are flavoured with holidays and festive dinners. Here are the most important religious and state holidays of Uzbekistan as well as memorial dates that are part of the history and culture of the nation.
New Year is one of the most favourite holidays in Uzbekistan. Everyone is waiting for heavy snow on New Year’s eve. Unfortunately, snow is a rear thing in the region and if it snows on holiday, it becomes twice festive and happy day.
Just like other nations, Uzbek people celebrate New Year with Christmas tree in the houses and central squares of the cities, decorate the city with festive lights and buy presents. The central square of Tashkent becomes the centre of festive events.
Navruz is one of the most important holidays in Uzbekistan. Translated from Farsi, Navruz means “the new day”. 21st of March is the day of the vernal equinox and the holiday celebrates the beginning of the year.
Navruz was celebrated in Khorasan (province of Ancient Persia) more than three thousand years ago and by the time it started to be celebrated in Central Asia as well. A traditional dish of Navruz is sumalak. It is made of germinated wheat. Women gather around the pot and cook sumalak the whole night singing traditional songs. When the dish is ready in the morning it is shared with neighbours and relatives.
Ramadan Hayit is a day of moral and spiritual purification. The holiday starts after the Islamic fasting Ruza that lasts for 30 days. It is the fasting to purify the soul. According to fasting month, Ruza or Ramadan from sunrise to sunset Muslims are not allowed to eat and drink, they treat politely and avoid bad thoughts.
All religious holidays start with morning prayer Hayit-namaz. Ramadan Hayit lasts for three days. In Uzbekistan, religious holidays are declared public holidays and the whole country celebrates Ramadan. Arafa is the day before the holiday. On Arafa, Uzbek families prepare traditional dishes kush-tili, Orama, chak-chak, bugirsok and nuts in sugar.
29-BILET
 
  1. Put the adjective into the correct form.
Your essay is worse than his. His essay is the best in this class.
  1. Describe your ideal job.
For me, the ideal job that I would like to have is to be an air hostess.
This job involves taking care of customers on planes, serving food and drinks, and making sure that they have a safe flight.  One special thing is this career is open to both men and women, although women are preferred.
There are many reasons why I think this job would suit me. Firstly, I have a passion for traveling. Taking this job, I could travel to many countries on a regular basis. Occasionally, when I have free time between flights, I would be able to go sightseeing and enjoy a variety of local food. Secondly, I have quite a good command of English and French, which are spoken by the majority of people around the world. Therefore, this would help me a lot if I could get this job. Lastly, I am really interested in talking with others. So, I believe that this job is perfect for me since I would meet hundreds of people every day. As a final point, I hope that I can follow my dream career in the future.
30-BILET
 
  1. Complete the sentence.
It is worth going there because it will be very interesting.
 
  1. Speak about the motivation? What inspires you?
You may not hear the term “motivation” every single day. But we connect with it for the whole life. For instance, when you were small, you wanted something and started crying, and after that your parents bought it for you. I think such as situation happens with all of us. And you may ask: “Where is here motivation?” Your goal was to get what you wanted. What could I do to get it? Right! Started crying. When you grow up and situations change. But the system is the same. Think it over. And you will realize what I am talking about. Motivation is the activation of goal-oriented behavior. Motivation may be intrinsic or extrinsic. Firstly, intrinsic motivation comes from rewards inherent to a task or activity itself — the enjoyment of a puzzle or the love of playing. This form of motivation comes from you and your mind. This motivation gives you internal efforts to do what you want to achieve. Secondly, extrinsic motivation comes from outside of the performer. For example, International Essay Competition is extrinsic because it encourages me to win and beat others, not to enjoy the intrinsic rewards of the activity. I hope you understand the difference between internal and external motivations. Always ask yourself: “What or who gives me motivation to go ahead?” It can be your best friend, your dream, your favorite hero, your love, your mobile phone, your appearance, your dog, your parents or your child.
 

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