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A) Scan the text and fill in the table below.

Court Age of judges Experience
     
     
     

 

JUDGES

The Constitution provides that a Russian citizen over the age of 25, who has had a higher legal education and experience in the legal profession for a minimum of 5 years may become a judge (Art.119). The Law on the Status of Judges provides for more details.

Judge of the Constitutional Court 40 years of age and experience of working in legal profession for no less than 15 years;

Judges of the Supreme Court and the Supreme Commercial Court of the Russian Federation 35 years of age and experience of working in legal profession for no less than 10 years;

Judges of the courts of the constituent entities and the Federal Territorial Commercial Courts 30 years of age and experience of working in legal profession for no less than 7 years;

Judges of the commercial courts of the constituent entities 25 years of age and experience of working in legal profession for no less than 5 years.

 

B) Which statement corresponds to the text?

1. The Law on the Status of Judges sets forth the basic requirements for the position of a judge.

2. A judge is a Russian citizen of 35 years old who has experience of working in legal profession.

3. Any citizen of our country with the experience of 5 years can be a judge.

4. The Constitution of the RF sets forth the basic requirements for the position of a judge

c) Answer the questions:

1)Would you like to be a judge?

2) Which court would you like to work at?

3) What should you do to be a judge of that court?

 

Exercise 13

Grammar focus 5. Reported speech.

am ,is was; are were; do, does did

look, feel etc.(present) looked, felt etc. (past)

have ,has had; can could

will → would

ORIGINAL WORDS (DIRECT SPEECH) REPORTED WORDS (INDIRECT SPEECH)
You look nice. I told her that shelookednice.
I cantswim. He said that hecouldntswim.
I am learningFrench. She thought that shewas learningFrench.
Hashe forgotten? I wondered ifhehad forgotten.
Johnphoned. She reported that Johnhad phoned.
Willyoumarryme? I asked him ifhewould marryme.

 


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  1. A dining table with some chairs to match
  2. A. Make up short dialogues expressing your opinion, agreeing or disagreeing. Use the prompts given below.
  3. A. Sarah and Ken are having an argument. Read what Sarah says and complete the dialogue with Kens answers from the box below. Then try to guess his last answer.
  4. Ask your partner the questions below.
  5. AT THE NEGOTIATING TABLE
  6. B. Put the verb into the most suitable form with future meaning, Present progressive or Present simple.
  7. BANK'S RIGHT TO EQUITABLE RELIEF
  8. C. Look at the family tree and complete the sentences below.
  9. C. Match the phrasal verbs in italics in the sentences to the definitions a) j) below.
  10. Choose the most suitable word for each space.
  11. Complete each sentence with a suitable verb.




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