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accelerated fall property
cause rapid
interpretation refine
keen to admit
keen guess to feign
measurement to revolve
odd ultimate
prediction unjustified

 

2. Answer the following questions:

1. What force holds together the hundred billion stars of the Milky Way?

2. How many names are there in the history of mans understanding of gravity?

3. Who was the first to study in detail the process of free and accelerated fall?

4. Who was the first to have the idea of gravity as a universal force?

5. Whom does the phrase I will not feign hypothesis belong to?

6. What did Newton offer?

7. What is the definition of gravity according to Einstein?

8. Did Einstein prove Newtons law of gravitation wrong?

9. What did Einstein offer?

10. Do the changes from Newtons predictions to Einsteins make any difference in laboratory experiments?

11. How did Einstein reduce gravity and what conclusion did he come into?

12. What theory grew from this conclusion?

13. Did Einstein complete it?

14. What do some scientists claim?

15. What makes this claim unjustified?

16. Which theory (hypothesis) do you favour?

17. Why are you for or against a particular theory?

18. Are the advanced hypotheses presented in the text building a bridge from the universe to the microcosm or vice versa?

Reconstruct the text Gravitation into a dialogue.

The main rules governing a conversation in English:

The person who asks questions in a conversation usually controls it. Personal questions should be expressed tactfully.

Add new phrases to the previous ones:

Lets look at the whole problem/plan, etc. from a realistic point of view.

Dont forget about the other side of this problem.

I think Ive missed some details concerning

Could you be a little more precise/specific?

Id like to hear more about

I cant give you a definite answer yet.

4. Annotate the text in English. Use the phrases:

I.

a) The title of the article is...
It is written by prof... and published in London in the
journal..., No.3, vol.4, 2011 on pp.3-10
magazine..., No.3, vol.4, 2011
collection of articles ... by... editorial house in 2011
book ... by... editorial house in 2011
b) The article... by prof... is published in the journal..., in N.Y., pp.5-10.

II.

a) The article deals with the problem of ...  
  discusses  
  touches  
  discloses  
  is devoted to  
The text tells us about ...  
   
b) Disclosing the problem the author dwells on (upon) such matters as...  
The major points  
  matters of the text are the following: ...
  problems  
  issues  
   
c) The author pays special attention to  
  draws readers attention to  
Much attention is paid to...  
Great  
Special  
 
The author concentrates on, focuses on  
stresses, underlines, emphasises  
points out  
dwells on (upon)  
distinguishes between  
speaks in details  
gives the classification  
                 

III.

a) As far as I am an expert in ... I
consider the article to be of some (great) interest for
believe
suppose
think
guess
 
b) In my opinion the article is of great some interest for  
  From my point of view  
  To my mind  
     
  a wide range of readers    
                     

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