Test 1.

1. All over the world people think of land as the most important form of property.

2. A farmer needs a secure right to use a piece of land in order to grow food for his family.

3. Primary education (from 5 to 11 years of age) is the first stage of compulsory education.

4. Criminal law regulates the definition of and penalties for crimes.

5. Sitting on a plane for many hour gives everyone aches and pains, so you should take some exercise, especially on long flights.

6. If he calls me, I will invite him.

7. My friend said that he had just come.

8. We knew it was raining.

9. Can boys of this age go to prison?

10. The police carry guns.


Test 2.

1. Does Criminal Law make any moral judgment on an offender?

2. What is the normal punishment for a crime in our country?

3. Many people do not find it easy to read the laws.

4. If I find this book, I will tell you about it.

5. Labor rights have been integral to the social and economic development since the Industrial Revolution.

6. If I found this book, I would tell you about it.

7. A prisoner is a person that is put into prison.

8. Do you want to do your lessons after classes?

9. Unemployment is the condition of not having a job, being “out of work”, or unemployed.

10. If you cаme to me, I would go for a walk with you.

Test 3.

1. Has the government some ways of making sure that citizens obey the law?

2. What police forces use for?

3. British and American English have lots of words which look the same but have different meanings.

4. Most of the differences between British English and American English are minor and are only concern with vocabulary, spelling and pronunciation.

5. Even healthy people find it difficult to concentrate after hours of breathing less oxygen than usual.

6. Governments have many ways of making sure that citizens obey the law.

7. If I had been here, I would have come to see you.

8. A person who supervises a prisoner is a supervisor.

9. If it snows, we will go skiing.

10. If it snowed, we would go skiing.

Test 4.

1. What actions are prohibited by Criminal Law?

2. Criminal law sets out punishment for those who breaks the law, doesn’t it?

3. Is the right to education guaranted by any documents?

4. People with bad colds will probably get earache during take-off and landing.

5. There are two broad categories of labour law.

6. Governments have many ways of making sure that citizens obey the law.

7. A person who investigates the case is aninvestigator.

8. By justice we understand nothing more than that bond which is necessary to keep the interest of individuals united, without which men would return to their original state of barbarity.

9. If we look into history we shall find that laws are conventions between men in a state of freedom.

10. In Afghanistan you should spend at least five minutes saying hello.

Test 5.

1. Where do you get the weather forecast from?

2. Have they made many tasks today?

3. Labour law is the body of laws, administrative rulings, and precedents which address the legal rights of, and restrictions on, working people and their organizations.

4. What was the verdict for the students?

5.Government agencies enforce employment standards codified by labour law.

6. If I am here, I will come to see you.

7. Criminal law is enforced by the state.

8. Do you often walk in areas which are not very safe?

9.There is capital punishment for some crimes.

10.Labour rights have been integral to the social and economic development since the Industrial Revolution.

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