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Происшествия на море / Accidents at sea


Год выпуска: 2008
Язык: русский
Автор: Марьина Н. Г.
Жанр: Учебное пособие
Издательство: МГТУ
ISBN: 978-5-86185-438-2
Формат: DOC
Качество: eBook (изначально компьютерное)
Количество страниц: 259
Описание: Марьина, Н. Г. Происшествия на море (Accidents at Sea) : учеб. пособие по дисциплине "Морской английский язык" для специальности 180402.65 "Судовождение".
Состоит из 4 разделов, каждый из которых содержит несколько текстов, объединенных одной темой, упражнения к ним и англо-русский словарь. Целью пособия является расширение словарного запаса, повторение грамматики, а также развитие и совершенствование навыков устной речи.
Предназначено для курсантов старших курсов судоводительского факультета.
The book has 4 units, each comprising the texts covering a specific subject, as well as the exercises and the vocabulary. It aims at building-up the vocabulary, revising grammar and improving speaking abilities. The book is intended for senior students of Navigation Faculty.
Данное пособие предназначено для курсантов 3 и 4 курсов специальности 180402.65 "Судовождение". Его целью является развитие и совершенствование навыков устной речи на базе лексического материала по теме "Происшествия на море", а также подготовка к чтению "Отчетов об авариях", публикуемых MAIB (Бюро по расследованию морских аварий) и другими организациями.
Пособие состоит из 4 разделов, англо-русского словаря и списка сокращений. Каждый раздел рекомендуется изучать в течение одного семестра. Дополнительные тексты предназначены для самостоятельной работы, а также при подготовке к экзаменам. Тематика разделов соответствует учебной программе каждого семестра.
Раздел включает от 2 до 5 уроков, каждый из которых содержит несколько текстов, объединенных одной темой, а также предтекстовые и послетекстовые упражнения к ним, направленные на усвоение новой лексики, повторение грамматики и развитие навыков устного высказывания.
Для каждого семестра, кроме 8, составлены словари активной лексики.
Данное пособие составлено по материалам интернет-сайтов www.bbc.co.uk, www.maib.gov.uk и другим.

Оглавление

ВВЕДЕНИЕ 7
TERM 5 8
UNIT 1. Collisions 8
Text 1. Two vessels collide in dense fog 8
Text 2. Four dead, 5 missing in ship collision 11
Text 3. Cargo master dies as ships collide 13
Text 4. В Балтийском море столкнулись два судна, есть жертвы 14
UNIT 2. Sinking 15
Text 1 (А). Rescuers in search for 50 missing after ferry sinks 15
Text 1 (В). Bangladesh's ferry safety failures 17
Text 2. Ferry sank in Indonesia 20
Group work 22
Text 3. Hundreds missing in ferry disaster 22
Text 4. Search and rescue teams in Indonesia 23
Text 5. Ferry survivors found after nine days at sea 24
UNIT 3. Fires 26
Text 1. Fire on a Russian icebreaker 26
Text 2. Search for Jakarta ferry victims 27
Text 3. Dozens of people are still feared missing 30
Group work 31
Text 4. Пожар на пароме в Филиппинах: 150 пропавших 31
UNIT 4. Grounding 32
Text 1. Banana boat rescue will take days 32
Text 2 (A). An operation to evacuate up to 1,600 people from a stricken cruise ship 34
Text 2 (B). Two lost after the accident 36
Text 3. Причиной крушения у берегов Чукотки гидрографического военного судна могли быть сильный ветер и большая волна 37
UNIT 5. Casualties 38
Text 1. Four die in fire on Australian Navy tanker 38
Text 2. British tourists taken ill on cruise ship 39
Text 3. Seafarer loses leg in loading accident 41
Active Vocabulary 42
Supplementary Reading 43
Text 1. A trawler has sunk in the North Sea after a collision with a Norwegian supply vessel south-east of Shetland 43
Text 2. Master says "I'm no hero" 43
Text 3. Fire out on liner off SE England 44
Text 4. Storm hampers shipwreck search 44
Text 5. Breathing gear could have saved lives of two oilmen 45
Text 6. Medical officials in Brazil have ruled out anthrax 46
Group Work 46
Text 7. Italian ship sinks, 1 missing after collision 46
Text 8. Italian research ship sinks, all passengers safe 47
TERM 6 47
UNIT 1. Lost at Sea 47
Text 1. Death of man on ferry negligent 47
Text 2. Two rowers trying to cross the Atlantic Ocean have been rescued 50
Text 3. Mystery of "dumped" man found drifting on raft of oil drums 52
Text 4. Российский сухогруз "Нахичевань" затонул 54
UNIT 2. Human Errors in Accidents 55
Text 1. Human error in Greek ship sinking 55
Text 2. A number of errors led to a collision between a UK cargo ship and a Danish fishing boat 57
Text 3. Shape up or face UK prosecution 59
Text 4. Three rescued from capsized ship 61
Group Work 63
Text 5. Rescuers working on the wreck in Norway have found a fourth body 63
Text 6. Bad loading blamed for capsize 64
Text 7. Officers blamed in Cape Town grounding 64
UNIT 3. Piracy 66
Text 1. Modern pirates on the high seas 66
Text 2. Pirate mother ship spotted 70
Text 3. Captain counts the cost of piracy 72
Text 4. Освобождение сухогруза "Леманн Тимбер" 74
Active Vocabulary 75
Supplementary Reading 76
Text 1. Three die as trawler capsizes off English coast 76
Text 2. Two die in Russian submarine fire 77
Text 3. Ships in Indonesia often carry far more passengers than recorded 77
Text 4. 83 dead, 130 missing in Bangladesh 78
Text 5. Hunt for man overboard called off 78
Text 6. Sea sighting as crewman lost 79
Text 7. Lawsuit charges Norwegian Cruise Line negligence in collision 80
Text 8. A fire apparently started by a cigarette broke out aboard a giant cruise ship 81
Text 9. Fishing boat runs aground 81
Text 10. Cruise ship comes to sailor's aid 82
Text 11. Egypt has launched an investigation into a collision in the Suez Canal 83
TERM 7 83
UNIT 1. Ecological Disasters 83
Text 1. 1989: Exxon Valdez creates oil slick disaster 83
Text 2. 1993: Oil tanker runs aground off Shetland 86
Text 3. Disaster strikes 89
Text 4. Crippled fuel oil tanker sinks 93
Text 5. Prestige disaster 96
Text 6. Prestige oil disaster 100
Text 7. Stricken cargo ship runs aground 103
Text 8. Stricken container ship refloated 105
Group work 107
Text 9. Attempts to break Napoli in two 108
Text 10. Ship split after new explosions 108
Group work 109
Text 11. В Дании объявлена мазутная опасность 110
UNIT 2. Breaking the Rules 111
Text 1. The captain of a Russian trawler could face criminal charges 111
Text 2. Charges read out against captain of Elektron 115
Text 3. Captain Yarantsev is ordered to pay a fine of 100,000 rubles 118
Text 4. У капитана "Электрона" не выдержало сердце 118
Text 5. Trawlers "caught" in Canada's net 119
Text 6. Pirate fishing ships head for the scrap heap 122
Active Vocabulary 128
Supplementary Reading 129
Text 1. Oil leaks from Gulf of Mexico pipe hit by anchor 129
Text 2. Pollution fears after Athena explosion 129
Text 3. A ship involved in a collision in the English Channel 130
Text 4. Barge with oil spill debris sinks in Philippines 131
Text 5. Deadly accident on Staten Island ferry 132
Text 6. Capsized ship recovery continues 132
Text 7. Fire ferry arrives safely 133
Text 8. About Greenpeace 134
TERM 8 136
UNIT 1. Deadly Maritime Disasters 136
Text 1. The Admiral Nakhimov 136
Text 2 (A). Navigational aspects of the disaster 137
Text 2 (B). Damage to the ship 138
Text 2 (C). Rescue operation and the death toll 138
Text 3. Afterword 139
Text 4 (A). 1987: Hundreds trapped as car ferry capsizes 139
Text 4 (B). It appears the water may have got in through the bow doors 141
Text 5. A contemporary disaster – The Estonia 142
Text 6. Scientists unveil cause of Estonia ferry disaster 143
Text 7. Egyptian ferry sinks in Red Sea 146
Group Work 147
Text 8. There are conflicting reports on whether the al-Salam Boccaccio'98 met all regional safety requirements 147
Text 9. The sinking of a passenger ferry in the Red Sea 148
Text 10. Divers to survey Channel wreck 149
Group Work 150
Text 11(A). Raising the Tricolor 150
Text 11 (B). The wreck lay on its side in the English Channel until August 2003 151
UNIT 2. MAIB Accident Reports 152
Text 1. Seaman lost while waiting for pilot 152
Text 2. Look out or lose out 154
Text 3. Fishing vessel grounds after skipper falls asleep 155
Supplementary Reading 156
Text 1. One of the versions of the causes of the accident 156
Text 2. The Estonia disaster killed 852 people 157
Text 3. 154 rescued on sinking ship 158
Text 4. Submarines are a hidden threat to smaller craft 159
Text 5. Fire aboard Russian submarine kills two 160
Text 6. Soldiers and emergency workers are battling to clean up an oil spill 161
Text 7. Russian frigate begins anti-piracy patrols off Somalia coast 162
The lessons to Case 17 163
The lessons to Case 20 164
Vocabulary 165
Abbreviations 261
ЛИТЕРАТУРА 262
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