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approach recognize
undoubtedly interplay
justification actual
to avoid corollary
piece supplier
appropriate level
inventory unprecedented
payback exposure
to attack to gain
require substantial
overemphasize co-destiny
to set down essentially
allocating exactly
fitting far-reaching
simplify competitive
costs runs
to consider affect
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2. Answer the following questions:

1. What is the systems approach to factory automation?

2. Must manufacturing managers and production engineers avoid looking at each piece of equipment in isolation from the rest of manufacturing process?

3. What is the key to success which leads to making the total payback greater than the sum of the past?

4. Why is it impossible to overemphasize the fact that successful factory automation implementation begins with a well-thought out long-range manufacturing strategy?

5. What will automation technology require in many cases?

6. Why is the issue of closer relationships between suppliers and users also becoming more important?

7. Are FMS and other factory automation investments the tactical decisions?

8. How many elements of the business does factory automation affect? What are they?

9. What is the common feature of the engineering operation, manufacturing process and information systems?

10. What is necessary to consider to fully comprehend the financial implications of investing in flexible, programmable manufacturing technologies?

 

3. Reconstruct the text Planning and Justifying Factory Automation Systems 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 be realistic about this plan/suggestion, etc.

I /we/ you have got to think of other sides of this problem as well.

I think it would be reasonable/well-grounded/good, etc. if we discussed your suggestion in detail.

Thats completely irrelevant/off the point. Were talking about another problem.

Perhaps we could go back to the main point.

Could you stick to the subject/point, please?

Thats very interesting, but I dont think its really to the point.

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  
     
  the students in applied science    
  the specialists in...    
  a wide range of readers    
                     

 

5. Express your personal view on the statement Integrated problems require integrated solutions. Use the following phrases:

As for me As concerns

As far as I am concerned

What I mean to say is

Summing up the discussion

In conclusion, I may to say

To summarize the topic


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