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Английский язык. Тест для вуза #21

I should not have bought the car if my friend (not to lend) me money
hadn’t lent
haven’t lent
didn’t lend

The baby always (to sleep) after dinner.
is sleeping

Where (be) you from?

… they at home? – No, they … not at home, they …at work.

Выберите реплику, наиболее соответствующую ситуации общения.Hostess: «Your bag is 3 kilos overweight. You have to pay excess luggage charge».Passenger: «_______________».
No, I can’t lift this bag
Oh? It’s only three kilos. All right then
You have no right to charge me!
What? It’s only three kilos!

Soon he (to send) to a sanatorium
will be sent
will sent

Mr Harrison said that he _______ again.
will have called
would call
will call

Veronica seems _________ since she moved schools.
more happy

What … your brother (to do) tomorrow?
did … do
does … do
do … do
will … do
is … doing

If only you had let me know, I (to go) there immediately
will go
would have gone
would go

You can turn off the radio. I … (not / to listen) to it.
do not listen
am not listening
does not listen

(Be) you hungry?

Прочитайте текст и выполните задания. Anthropology1. Anthropology is the holistic «science of man». The discipline deals with the integration of different aspects of the social sciences, humanities, and human biology. Anthropology includes archaeology, prehistory, physical or biological anthropology, anthropological linguistics, social and cultural anthropology, ethnology and ethnography. The word anthropos is from the Greek for «human being» or «person». Eric Wolf described sociocultural anthropology as «the most scientific of the humanities, and the most humanistic of the sciences».2. The goal of anthropology is to provide a holistic account of humans and human nature. Since anthropology arose as a science in Western societies that were complex and industrial, a major trend within anthropology has been a methodological drive to study peoples in societies with more simple social organization, sometimes called «primitive» in anthropological literature, but without any connotation of «inferior». Today, most anthropologists use terms such as «less complex» societies or refer to specific modes of subsistence or production, such as «hunter-gatherer» or «forager» or «simple farmer» to refer to humans living in non-industrial, non-Western cultures, such people or folk (ethnos) remaining of great interest within anthropology.3. The quest for holism leads most anthropologists to study a particular folk or people in detail, using biogenetic, archaeological, and linguistic data alongside direct observation of contemporary customs. In the 1990s and 2000s, calls for clarification of what constitutes a culture, of how an observer knows where his or her own culture ends and another begins, and other crucial topics in writing anthropology were heard. It is possible to view all human cultures as part of one large, evolving global culture.
Anthropology is the science studying humans and human nature
Anthropology takes great interest in people living in different societies
Anthropology can be referred to both humanities and sciences
All human cultures form one large, evolving global culture

I (to read) books in the evening. I (not to read) books in the morning.
am reading, am not reading
reads, am not reading
read, do not read
am reading, do not read

English is not ________ language spoken in Great Britain.
an only
the only
a only