Translate into Uzbek. Task Text: Earthquakes


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Task-1. Text: Earthquakes
Earthquakes are shakings of the earth’s crust, of degrees varying in intensity from scarcely perceptible tremors to violent agitations that overthrow buildings and open huge fissures in the ground. They may either accompany volcanic eruptions, or they may occur independently of such eruptions. An earthquake is sometimes called a seismic throb or shock. During severe earthquakes considerable areas are permanently raised or lowered. During an earthquake in South America, in 1835, the entire coast line of Chili and Patagonia was elevated from 2 to 10 feet above the ocean level.
Many years ago scientists after careful study of earthquakes established the following facts:

  1. The place or origin of the shock is situated not far below the earth’s surface, probably, never deeper than thirty miles and often much less.

  2. The area of disturbance depends not only on the energy of shock, but also on the depth of its origin below the surface: the deeper the origin, the greater the area of disturbance.

  3. The direction of the motion at the surface is nearly upward over the origin, and more inclined as the disturbance from the origin increases.

  4. The shape of the area of the disturbance depends on the nature of the material through which the wave is moving. If these are of nearly uniform elasticity in all directions, the area is nearly circular; if more elastic in some directions than in other the area is irregular in shape.




New words and word combinations
Wave – like – to‘lqinsimon Eruptions – otilib chiqishlar (vulqon)
Shakings – silkinishlar Throb - titrash
Crust – qobiq bilan qoplangan Shock -tebranish
Intensity – shiddat Considerable-ahamiyatli
Scarcely –zo’rg’a Areas -maydonlar
Perceptible –sezilarli Permanently – doimiy, uzoq muddatli
Fussures – Elevated – baland, ko’tarilgan
Volcanic - vulqonli Surface- yuza qism

Full the sentences. ( tremors, shaking, earthquake, considerable, coast, elevated)
Earthquakes are _______of the earth’s crust, of degrees varying in intensity from scarcely perceptible _______ to violent agitations that overthrow buildings and open huge fissures in the ground. They may either accompany volcanic eruptions, or they may occur independently of such eruptions. An _________ is sometimes called a seismic throb or shock. During severe earthquakes __________ areas are permanently raised or lowered. During an earthquake in South America, in 1835, the entire ________ line of Chili and Patagonia was ________ from 2 to 10 feet above the ocean level.
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Task-2. ON THE SUBWAY
Many people in the city ride the subway to work. Students also ride the subway to high school or to the university. The subway is an inexpensive kind of transportation. Many people prefer the subway to buses. It usually is faster than a bus. Workers in the city need to save money and the subway helps them. But, many executives ride the subway, too. It is easier and more convenient than a car. It is difficult to find a parking place for a car.
The subway is very popular. Often it is crowded, especially during rush hour in the morning and evening.
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