A bit about politics

Say which ministry each of these photos corresponds to. Give reasons for your answer.


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It's absolutely clear that the picture with a child being examined by the pediatrician symbolises the Ministry of Health. The second picture can be desiphered easily, too, because the rivulit and the trees on its vedge are parts of the nature. The government office which is responsible for the nature protection is called the Ministry of (the) Environment. I have some doubts as to the last picture with a worker. Most definetly it corresponds either to the Ministry of Labour or to the Ministry of Construction.

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It's absolutely clear that the picture with a child being examined by the paediatrician symbolises the Ministry of Health. The second picture can be deciphered easily too because the rivulet and the trees on its verge are all parts of nature. The government office which is responsible for the protection of nature is called the Ministry of (the) Environment. I have some doubts as to the last picture with a worker. Most definitely it corresponds either to the Ministry of Labour or to the Ministry of Construction. ( Well done, Victor.  A great piece of work ).  Have a good week.  Bye for now, Julie

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Thanks, Julie, for the corrections and support! I must admit that there are more orthographic blunders in my "piece of work" than enough...

Have always nice days, Julie.

Victor

 

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It's absolutely clear that the picture with a child being examined by the pediatrician symbolises the Ministry of Health. The second picture can be deciphered easily, too, because the rivulet and the trees on its vedge are all a parts of the nature. The government office which is responsible for the nature protection of nature is called the Ministry of (the) Environment. I have some doubts as to the last picture with the worker. Most definitely it corresponds to either to the Ministry of Labour or to the Ministry of Construction.

Excellent work

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Thanks, Toni, for helping me !

It's absolutely clear that the picture with a child being examined by the pediatrician symbolises the Ministry of Health. The second picture can be desiphered easily, too, because the rivulit river and the trees on its vedge edge are parts of the nature. The government office which is responsible for the nature protection is called the Ministry of (the) Environment. I have some doubts as to the last picture with a worker. Most definetly it corresponds either to the Ministry of Labour or to the Ministry of Construction or the Ministryy of Health and Safetly.

A small river is either a stream or a rivulet.

Vedge, a great word, but non-exsistant!!! Think you mixed edge and verge.

Well done.

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You are right, lbuffy, I actually made a lot of mistakes in this exercise because of ignoring the sacred rule: "Look before you leap" that is I didn't proofread the text before sending it to you and other friends.  In my language it's: "First measure seven times and only then you can cut".

Thanks for your comment.