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Помогите, пожалуйста, нужно сократить текст (не перевод) на английском WHO RULES THE COUNTRY?

As you know the colonies in America won the Revolutionary War (the War of Independence 1775 - 1783).

After that they became free and independent states, but they had a problem : they needed ; one strong national government.

That's why in the year 1787 all the states sent their representatives to Philadelphia where they wrote the Constitution.

The Constitution is the highest law in the United States which describes the powers of the national government and the powers of the state governments.

The US government is like a tree with a strong trunk and three branches.

The trunk is the people.

It holds up the tree : without the support of the people there can be no government.

People choose the men who make American laws.

The first branch on the tree of government is the Congress.

The Congress is a meeting of representatives from all states.

The people elect those representatives.

The Congress makes the laws that everybody must obey.

The Congress meets in the US Capitol in Washington, D.

С The Congress is divided into two parts, the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Every state, no matter how large or small, sends two people to the Senate.

These people are called senators.

There are one hundred senators in the Senate.

A senator's term is six years.

Each state also sends people to the House of Representatives.

They are called congressmen or congresswomen.

The number of congressmen from each state depends on the number of people who live in the state.

The larger states have more congressmen than the smaller states.

All in all there are 435 congressmen in the House of Representatives.

A representative's term is two years.

The Constitution gives many powers to the Congress.

One important power of the Congress is the power to declare war.

The second branch of government is the President and his helpers.

They carry out the laws that the Congress makes.

The President signs bills and then they become law.

The Vice President and members of the Cabinet help the President to make decisions.

The US President is Commander in Chief of the country's armed forces.

A person who wants to become President must be born in the United States, must be at least 35 years old and must live in the United States for at least 14 years before becoming President.

The President's term is four years and one can be President for one or two terms, but not longer.

Americans vote for the President in November of every leap year.

The third branch of government is the Supreme Court.

It is made up of nine judges — the most important judges in the land.

They have to make sure that the President and the Congress follow the Constitution.

They decide what the Constitution and the laws passed by the Congress mean when there is an argument about their meaning.

The judges work in the Supreme Court as long as they live.

Americans are very proud of their Constitution.

It was written more than 200 years ago and it is still working!

But the people of the United States can change the Constitution.

Changes in the Constitution are called amendments.

There are 26 amendments to the Constitution.

The first ten amendments are called the Bill of Rights.

They were made in 1791.

The Bill of Rights guarantees to people of the USA such important rights and freedoms as freedom of press, freedom of religion, the right to go to court, have a lawyer, and some others.

Soon after the Civil War (1861 - 1865) there were three important amendments.

The 13th amendment ended slavery, the 14th amendment made all Black people citizens of the United States, the 15th amendment gave Blacks the right to vote (long ago, only white men who were over 21 years of age and owned property could vote in the United States).

In 1920, the 19th amendment gave women the right to vote.

In 1971, the 26th amendment gave people 18 years old and older the right to vote.

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Ignat2013 30 июл. 2018 г., 16:10:52

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They wrote the Constitution.

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Ilkaa 5 мар. 2018 г., 19:35:40 | 5 - 9 классы

Soon after the Civil War there were three important amendments ?

Soon after the Civil War there were three important amendments .

The 13 th amendment ended slavery the 14 th amendment made all black people citizens of the US the 15 th amendment gave blacks the right to vote .

In 1920 the 19 th amendment gave women the right to vote .

In 1971 the 26 th amendment gave people 18 years old and older the right to vote.

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Ilina0707 14 мар. 2018 г., 15:12:39 | 10 - 11 классы

Помогите, пожалуйста, сократить текст для пересказа?

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The Russian Federation is a Presidential (or a constitutional) republic.

The President is the head of the state and is elected directly by the people.

In fact he has much power, he controls all the three branches of power.

The President can even dissolve the Duma if he doesn't agree with his suggestions three times running.

The President has his administration, but it's not part of the Federal Government.

The President is involved in the work of the legislative and executive branches.

The Federal Assembly represents the Legislative branch of power.

It's made up of the two houses : the Federation Counsel and the State Duma, which make laws.

The Federal Assembly is also called the Parliament, but it's not its official name.

Both chambers are headed by chairmen sometimes called speakers.

The Duma consists of 450 deputies (one half is elected personally by the population, and the other half consists of the deputies who are appointed by their parties after voting).

The members of the Federation Counsel are elected on a different basis.

There are two representatives of each subject of the RF (89 subjects).

Every law to be adapted must be approved by the State Duma, the Counsel of Federation and signed by the President.

The President can veto laws passed by the Federal Assembly, but it can pass laws over the President's veto a two - thirds majority.

The Federal Government represents the executive branch of power.

The President appoints its head, the Chainman of the Government, but the Dums must approve his appointment.

The juridical branch of power consists of the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court and lower Courts.

The responsibility of the Constitutional Court is to analyze the new laws to make sure they correspond to the laws of the state.

The Constitutional Court has the right to declare actions of the President, the Federal Assembly and the Federal Government unconstitutional.

The Supreme Court is the highest instance for civil and criminal cases.

Sdsdsdsdsdsd 18 мая 2018 г., 09:26:44 | 5 - 9 классы

Помогите перевести , не до словно As you know the colonies in America won the Revolutionary War (the War of Independence (1775—1783)?

Помогите перевести , не до словно As you know the colonies in America won the Revolutionary War (the War of Independence (1775—1783).

After that they became free and independent states, but they had a problem : they needed one strong national government.

That's why in the year 1787 all the states sent their representatives to Philadelphia where they wrote the Constitution.

The Constitution is the highest law in the United States which describes the powers of the national government and the powers of the state governments.

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The US government is like a tree with a strong trunk and three branches.

The trunk is the people.

It holds up the tree : without the support of the people there can be no government.

People choose the men who make American laws.

The first branch on the tree of government is the Congress.

The Congress is a meeting of representatives from all states.

The people elect those representatives.

The Congress makes the laws that everybody must obey.

The Congress meets in the US Capitol in Washington, D.

C. The Congress is divided into two parts, the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Every state, no matter how large or small, sends two people to the Senate.

These people are called senators.

There are one hundred senators in the Senate.

A senator's term is six years.

Each state also sends people to the House of Representatives.

They are called congressmen or congresswomen.

The number of congressmen from each state depends on the number of people who live in the state.

The larger states have more congressmen than the smaller states.

All in all there are 435 congressmen in the House of Representatives.

A representative's term is two years.

The Constitution gives many powers to the Congress.

One important power of the Congress is the power to declare war.

Ержуха 27 дек. 2018 г., 00:15:18 | 10 - 11 классы

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14 The USA is a _______________ republic.

Presidential PRESIDENT 15 ___________ occur every four years.

The President makes ELECT 16 the most important ____________ and chooses the members DECIDE 17 of his cabinet.

In other words, the President _________ APPOINTMENT the heads of the most important departments in the Administration.

18 The President ______________ the United States on official PRESENT 19 occasions.

The President’s ___________ are approved by the APPOINT House of Representatives and the Senate before they become law.

228Ivan 3 апр. 2018 г., 15:46:59 | 10 - 11 классы

Перевод прошу The President and Federal Departments The President of the United States is elected every four years to a four - year term of office, with no more than two full terms allowed?

Перевод прошу The President and Federal Departments The President of the United States is elected every four years to a four - year term of office, with no more than two full terms allowed.

As is true with Senators and Representatives, the President is elected directly by the voters (through state electors).

In other words, the political party with the most Senators and Representatives does not choose the President.

This means that the President can be from one party, and the majority of those in the House of Representatives or Senate (or both) from another.

This is not uncommon.

Maria55 30 сент. 2018 г., 01:05:41 | 5 - 9 классы

НАПИШИТЕ 11 ВОПРОСОВ К ТЕКСТУ The Russian Federation (Russia) is a presidential republic?

НАПИШИТЕ 11 ВОПРОСОВ К ТЕКСТУ The Russian Federation (Russia) is a presidential republic.

The President is the head of state and is elected directly by the people.

In fact he has much power.

The President can even dissolve the Duma if it doesn't agree with his suggestions three times running.

The President has his Administration but R is not part of the Federal Government.

The Presiden is involved in the work of the legsiative and executive branches.

The Federal Assembly represents the legislative branch of power.

It is made up of houses : the Federation Council and the Duma which make laws.

The President can veto laws passed by the Federal Assembly but the Federal Assembly can pass over the President3 veto by a two - thirds majority.

The Federal Government represents the executive branch of power.

The President appoints its head, the Chairman of the Government, but the Duma must approve his appointment.

The Supreme Court represents the judicial branch of power.

The Constitutional Court has the right to declare actions of the President, the Federa Assembly and the Federal Government unconstitutional.

Шаман360 1 июл. 2018 г., 00:48:36 | 1 - 4 классы

Переведите нормально The government of United States is federal?

Переведите нормально The government of United States is federal.

The government shares its power with the states.

The Constitution written about two hundred years ago is the foundation of the government of the USA.

The Constitution divides power among the legislative, judicial and executive branches of the government.

Each branch is almost independent.

The head of the executive branch is the President.

The head of the legislative branch is the Congress.

The head of the judicial branch is the Supreme Court.

The legislative division is responsible for making the laws of the country.

The executive division carries out these laws.

The Congress is divided into two houses : the Senate, or Upper House, and the House of Representatives.

Members of the Senate are elected to six - year terms, but they are not all elected at the same time.

Members of the House of Representatives are elected for two years.

They are to finish their terms of office at the same time.

The House of Representatives has more than four times as many members at the Senate.

Each state sends a different number of men according to the population of the state.

A bill may be introduced in either the Senate or the House of Representatives.

A bill approved by both the Senate and the House of Representatives is sent to the President (for him) to sign.

The President and Vice - President are elected for a four - year term.

The President may be re - elected and serve eight years altogether, but no longer than that.

(A famous President, Franklin Roosevelt, was elected four times, but since then the Congress has passed a law making anything longer than two terms illegal).

There are eleven Cabinet officers.

These men are appointed by the President with the approval of the Senate.

The Cabinet takes care of such national business as defence, postal service, foreign relations, money and so on.

(There are a few independent agencies which are responsible directly to the President).

Fedotovsg1974 17 сент. 2018 г., 05:37:13 | 5 - 9 классы

1. Who carries out the laws that the Congress makes?

1. Who carries out the laws that the Congress makes?

2. Who helps the President to make decisions?

3. When do Americans vote for the President?

4. What do you call the third branch of the US government?

5. How many judges does the Supreme Court consist of?

Olesyakazakovag 23 дек. 2018 г., 13:18:43 | 1 - 4 классы

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Надо ответить на вопросы, или хотябы просто переведите эти вопросы на русский без переводчика!

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Останусь в долгу!

1. When did the War of Independence begin?

2. On what country did the colonies in America declare a war?

3. What country won the Revolutionary War?

When was it?

4. What problem did the young country face after the war?

5. Where was the US Constitution written?

Who wrote it?

6. Why can the US government be compared with a tree?

7. What is the US Congress?

How is it divided?

8. How many people does each state send to the Senate?

Does the number of senators depend on the size of the state?

9. Do all states send people to the House of Representatives?

What does send people to the House of Representatives?

What does the number of people depend on?

10. Who carries out the laws that the Congress makes?

11. Who helps the President to make decisions?

12. When do Americans vote for the President?

13. What do you call the third branch of the US government?

14. How many judges does the Supreme Court consist of?

15. How long do the judges work in the Supreme Court?

16. The US Constitution can be changed, can t it?

17. What do you call changes to the Constitution?

18. How many amendments to the Constitution can you name.

Anastasiaste11 24 окт. 2018 г., 06:19:21 | 10 - 11 классы

Помогите перевести нормально THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA The USA is located in the central part of North America?

Помогите перевести нормально THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA The USA is located in the central part of North America.

Its area is 9, 363, 200 square kilometers.

The population of the USA is over 228 million.

The United States is a Federal Union of 50 states.

The Presi¬dent is the head of the government He forms the government.

The Constitution is the basic law.

It defines the structure and the method of national government and lists its rights and fields of authority (власть).

According to the Constitution the three main branches of the USA government are the executive, the legislative and the judicial.

The executive branch includes the President, Vice - President, and the Presidents' Cabinet.

The function of the executive branch is to administrate and execute the law.

Every four years the America people elect the President.

But they may re - elect their President for another term of four years.

The function of the Cabinet is to advise the President on any affair he wishes such advice.

The Cabinet consists of the heads of the thirteen executive departments - the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Treasury (финансы), the Secretary of De¬fence and all the rest.

The legislative branch of the government is the Congress.

It consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

The senate consists of 100 members, two from each of the 50 members.

The House of Representatives consists of 435 members.

The population of each state determines the number of members.

The function of the Congress is to make laws and to fi¬nance the operation of the government.

The Supreme Court is the highest judicial organ of the United States and the head of the judicial branch.

The major political parties in the United States are the Democratic Party and the Republican Party.

This two - party sys¬tem practically dominates the political life of the country.

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