Выполните тест: 1. The verdict _________ yet. a) hasn’t been delivered b) isn’t delivered c) wasn’t delivered 2. A famous burglar ___________ in London yesterday. a) were arrested b) was arrested c) arrested 3. Which sentence has the correct word order? a) Law usually is taught by a faculty of law, which is a department of a university’s general undergraduate college. b) Law is usually taught by a faculty of law, which is a department of a university’s general undergraduate college. c) Law is taught usually by a faculty of law, which is a department of a university’s general undergraduate college. 4. The suspect denied_________ the money from the bank. a) having stolen b) to have stolen c) stolen 5. The lawyer advised him ___________ the police everything about the crime he had witnessed. a) telling b) tell c) to tell 6. All lawyers ________ pass the bar exam before they can start practice. a) may b) must c) should 7. Constitutions, “written” or “unwritten”, ________ be divided into “rigid” and “flexible”. a) can b) must c) might 8. ___________ we go to open days at the university? a) Could b) Shall c) Must 9. He realized that he ________ to lock the door and window shutters. a) had forgotten b) forgot c) had been forgetting 10. He _________ for a famous law firm for 30 years before he retired last year. a) had worked b) was working c) had been working 11. There are two types of lawyers practicing in England: _______ and solicitors. a) attorneys b) advocates c) barristers 12. Some countries require extensive clinical training in the form of _______ or special clinical courses. a) field work b) apprenticeships c) research 13. I’d like to work as a __________, as I’d prefer to be my own boss. a) corporate in-house counsel b) sole practitioner c) prosecutor 14. _________ gives students an opportunity to deal with real clients and to develop their legal skills. a) law clinic b) partnership c) law firms 15. A (An) _______ is a person who has specialised knowledge of a particular subject who is called to testify in court. a) clerk b) expert witness c) bailiff 16. A _______ is an employee who takes records, files papers and issues processes. a) prosecutor b) bailiff c) clerk 17. A ________ officer of the court whose duties include keeping order and assisting the judge and jurors. a) bailiff b) clerk c) barrister 18. In the UK, a legal education usually begins with the completion of bachelor degree in law. known as an _______, which usually takes three years. a) LLM b) LLB c) J.D. 19. A law-school graduate in the USA receives the degree of juris doctor (J.D.). a) LLM b) LLB c) J.D. 20. A _______ is a person who prosecutes in courts, especially on behalf of public. a) prosecutor b) clerk c) expert witness

were arrested b) was arrested c) arrested 3. Which sentence has the correct word order? a) Law usually is taught by a faculty of law, which is a department of a university’s general undergraduate college. b) Law is usually taught by a faculty of law, which is a department of a university’s general undergraduate college. c) Law is taught usually by a faculty of law, which is a department of a university’s general undergraduate college. 4. The suspect denied_________ the money from the bank. a) having stolen b) to have stolen c) stolen 5. The lawyer advised him ___________ the police everything about the crime he had witnessed. a) telling b) tell c) to tell 6. All lawyers ________ pass the bar exam before they can start practice. a) may b) must c) should 7. Constitutions, “written” or “unwritten”, ________ be divided into “rigid” and “flexible”. a) can b) must c) might 8. ___________ we go to open days at the university? a) Could b) Shall c) Must 9. He realized that he ________ to lock the door and window shutters. a) had forgotten b) forgot c) had been forgetting 10. He _________ for a famous law firm for 30 years before he retired last year. a) had worked b) was working c) had been working 11. There are two types of lawyers practicing in England: _______ and solicitors. a) attorneys b) advocates c) barristers 12. Some countries require extensive clinical training in the form of _______ or special clinical courses. a) field work b) apprenticeships c) research 13. I’d like to work as a __________, as I’d prefer to be my own boss. a) corporate in-house counsel b) sole practitioner c) prosecutor 14. _________ gives students an opportunity to deal with real clients and to develop their legal skills. a) law clinic b) partnership c) law firms 15. A (An) _______ is a person who has specialised knowledge of a particular subject who is called to testify in court. a) clerk b) expert witness c) bailiff 16. A _______ is an employee who takes records, files papers and issues processes. a) prosecutor b) bailiff c) clerk 17. A ________ officer of the court whose duties include keeping order and assisting the judge and jurors. a) bailiff b) clerk c) barrister 18. In the UK, a legal education usually begins with the completion of bachelor degree in law. known as an _______, which usually takes three years. a) LLM b) LLB c) J.D. 19. A law-school graduate in the USA receives the degree of juris doctor (J.D.). a) LLM b) LLB c) J.D. 20. A _______ is a person who prosecutes in courts, especially on behalf of public. a) prosecutor b) clerk c) expert witness

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