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The library of our institute

I study at the Far-Eastern State University, and I’m very
proud that its library is thought to be the one of the largest in Primorye
and even the whole Far-East.
Soon after our studies began, we had heard for a course of lectures about
the university library. We were told about the rules of using books we take
from the library and about its catalogues. Having listened to this course,
we passed an examination that showed everything we had learnt.
Soon I had to visit our library the first time as I needed a text book on
economics. I went downstairs (as library is situated in the ground floor)
and found a room I was searching for. But I didn’t get the immediately as
it was many students.
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The working day of an engineer

One of my friend, Dmity Shevelev, lives in Vladivostok now though he was
born in Nakhodka. Some years ago he graduated from the one of our
institutions and became an engineer. Now he lives near his office. He
usually walks there. He works on weekdays. I can’t say that he work hard,
but all his mates like him because he is a good mixer or, as you may say,
he is very communicable person. He doesn’t work on Saturday or Sunday. His
working day usually lasts for eight hours. His duties are to answer all
incoming letters and calls, to meet with different specialists, to help
young engineers.
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