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A. Transform the italicized parts of the sentences using Active Voice forms instead of the Passive ones. Translate them into Russian





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Task 16 Look through the list of products you can buy at the American supermarket. Is the assortment of goods just the same in Russian supermarkets? What products do you usually buy in the supermarkets?

- Alcoholic beverages

- Baby foods and baby-care products such as disposable diapers

- Breads and bakery products

- Books, newspapers, and magazines, including supermarket tabloids

- Bulk dried foods such as legumes, flour, rice, etc. (typically available for self-service)

- Canned goods and dried cereals

- Car-care products (motor oil, cleaners, waxes)

- CDs, DVDs, and videos (including video rentals)

- Cigarettes and other tobacco products

- Clothing and footwear (typically a general, limited assortment)

- Confections and candies

- Cosmetics

- Dairy products and eggs

- Delicatessen foods (ready-to-eat)

- Diet foods

- Electrical products such as light bulbs, extension cords, etc.

- Financial services and products such as mortgages, credit cards, savings accounts, wire transfers, etc. (typically offered in-store by a partnering bank or other financial institution)

- Flowers

- Frozen foods and crushed ice

- Fresh produce, fruits and vegetables

- Greeting cards

- House-cleaning products

- Housewares, Dishware and cooking utensils, etc. (typically limited)

- Laundry products such as detergents, fabric softeners, etc.

- Lottery tickets

- Luggage items (typically limited)

- Meats, fish and seafoods (some stores may offer live fish and seafood items from aquarium tanks)

- Medicines and first aid items (primarily over-the-counter drugs, although many supermarkets also have an on-site pharmacy)

- Nonalcoholic beverages such as soft drinks, juices, bottled water, etc. (some stores may have a juice bar that prepares ready-to-drink freshly squeezed juices, smoothies, etc.)

- Personal hygiene and grooming products

- Pet foods and products

- Seasonal items and decorations

- Snack foods

- Tea and Coffee (some stores may have a commercial-style grinder, typically available for self-service, and/or a staffed coffee bar that prepares ready-to-drink coffee and tea beverages)



- Toys and novelties


Task 17

1. In the early days of retailing, all products generally were fetched by an assistant from shelves behind the merchant's counter while customers waited in front of the counter and indicated the items they wanted.

2. The shopping process was slow, as the number of customers who could be attended to at one time was limited by the number of staff employed in the store.

3. The concept of a self-service grocery store was developed by American entrepreneur Clarence Saunders and his Piggly Wiggly stores.

4. Most foods and merchandise are individually wrapped in consumer-sized packages by producers or the supermarket assistants.

5. The first supermarket self-checkout system in the world was installed in 1992 in the Price Chopper Supermarkets in Clifton Park, New York

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