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I. A.
1. write out the sentnce, using the most iogicai form oithe verbs in brackets: Rrcent research (show) that Columbus (no#discover) America but ttrat Vikings (land) five hundred years before him.


2. Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it: a. She couldn't rise any objection to thi b. Have she ben tellingft truth? c. They never fighted in that war. 3. Rewrite each sentence so that it contains a zuitable modal verb and the remains the same: a. Keep quiel it ls possible that she is sleeping! b. There was no need for you to ciean that Blate

c. She didn't want to teli him anything.

i. B. Translate into English:

Aproape cE pierdusem din vedere familia preotuiui, deqi iocuiam in aceeaqi curte, in casa din fata cl5dirii lor. $i nu mi s-ar mai fi ivit in cale, daci incasa preotului nu ar fi apdrut int+rn moment' ceva nou. Taisa" cea mai mare ciintre copiii preotuiui, elevi ia liceu, se ficuse mare. Era una din frumusefile oragului, aldturi de fata primarului qi a negustomlui grec. Erau toate cunoscur Ia acea weme sub porecia plini de adoralie provinciai5, adaptat1ila mitologie, de

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tr. A. Transla*!-iirto Romanian: SuddeniS with a strange shock of aiarm, Mor realized that upon a tabie at the far end of the roorn a very small *:Tq was lneeling. He had not noticd h". as he came in, since the coiours ofher dress faded into the background, and he had not expected to see her at that point in space- sh had her back to him,and seemed to be examining oiiil il; *lnl"n hung on the wall behind the table. "I'm so sorry!" said Mor, jumping "* ..I up. didn,t see you!The woman firrnd abmply; tilted the table wiih her weighg tried to-spring oriit, and thn fg on the floor. Mor ran forwar4 but she had recovereC frersetilefore he realhed her.

II. B. Read the text below and answereach qtrestion in no more than 150 words: For many Y,ears, people believed that the U.uitr, fik" the body, resteci during sieep. After aii, we are rendered unconscious by sleep. Perhaps, was thought, the brain jist noort ,top -it thinking for a few hours every day. Wrong. During sieep, oir brain - the"organ tirat directs us to sleep - is itselfextraordinarily active. ano rn.rctr orttrat activity tretps thJbrai" l" r*rrq t" remember and to make connections. It wasn't so iong ago that the sad joke in r"rr*ri, circles was that everyone knew sleep had something to do iiti'memory - except for the people *.ho study sieep and the peopie who stuciy memory.-So*e sleep reseinchers beiieve trrat for every two hgurs we spend awake, the brain needs un ho.n of sleep to figure out what experiences mean' and that sleep piays a cruciai roie in ronrt o"ting the meaning-our iives come to hold. Breakdowns in strch sleep{ependent processing may csntributets the of depression, and may expiain *ity,ome pi"piE *r," experience horrific traumas go on to develop post-traumatic sfess disorder. A better unOerstanaing ofhgn, dscP knits our memories together coul<i lead to new technoiogies that improve iearniry and creativity, andeven helptreat some psychiatric dise"ase. But peihaps oe reasg.n ior studying sleep is simply this: we are a curious species; we our iives asieep; and we rcalize how little we understand alout that tirird



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