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Вариант № 38

Централизованное тестирование. Английский язык: полный сборник тестов, 2014 год. Вариант 35.

1.

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Egypt's prehistoric sites are at risk from tourism. Experts believe that if urgent measures (A1) ..., no prehistoric sites in Egypt (A2) ... unharmed. Many prehistoric sites in the desert have already been lost to development projects. Now tourists (A3) ... the country's remaining prehistoric sites faster than scientists can save them. In the far southwest of the desert is the "Valley of Pictures'. Two main caves in the valley (A4) ... hundreds of paintings that date from between 7000 and 5000 BC. According to archaeologists, tourists (A5) ... water over the figures to make them easily visible. Water (A6) ... the surface of the paintings to break off in small thin pieces. "The paintings (A7) ... in no time, says one expert. He adds: "The desert is under threat. This area has to be conserved."

1) won't take
2) don't take
3) aren't taking
4) aren't taken
2.

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Egypt's prehistoric sites are at risk from tourism. Experts believe that if urgent measures (A1) ..., no prehistoric sites in Egypt (A2) ... unharmed. Many prehistoric sites in the desert have already been lost to development projects. Now tourists (A3) ... the country's remaining prehistoric sites faster than scientists can save them. In the far southwest of the desert is the "Valley of Pictures'. Two main caves in the valley (A4) ... hundreds of paintings that date from between 7000 and 5000 BC. According to archaeologists, tourists (A5) ... water over the figures to make them easily visible. Water (A6) ... the surface of the paintings to break off in small thin pieces. "The paintings (A7) ... in no time, says one expert. He adds: "The desert is under threat. This area has to be conserved."

1) will leave
2) will be leaving
3) will be left
4) will have left
3.

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Egypt's prehistoric sites are at risk from tourism. Experts believe that if urgent measures (A1) ..., no prehistoric sites in Egypt (A2) ... unharmed. Many prehistoric sites in the desert have already been lost to development projects. Now tourists (A3) ... the country's remaining prehistoric sites faster than scientists can save them. In the far southwest of the desert is the "Valley of Pictures'. Two main caves in the valley (A4) ... hundreds of paintings that date from between 7000 and 5000 BC. According to archaeologists, tourists (A5) ... water over the figures to make them easily visible. Water (A6) ... the surface of the paintings to break off in small thin pieces. "The paintings (A7) ... in no time, says one expert. He adds: "The desert is under threat. This area has to be conserved."

1) are destroying
2) are destroyed
3) have been destroyed
4) are being destroyed
4.

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Egypt's prehistoric sites are at risk from tourism. Experts believe that if urgent measures (A1) ..., no prehistoric sites in Egypt (A2) ... unharmed. Many prehistoric sites in the desert have already been lost to development projects. Now tourists (A3) ... the country's remaining prehistoric sites faster than scientists can save them. In the far southwest of the desert is the "Valley of Pictures'. Two main caves in the valley (A4) ... hundreds of paintings that date from between 7000 and 5000 BC. According to archaeologists, tourists (A5) ... water over the figures to make them easily visible. Water (A6) ... the surface of the paintings to break off in small thin pieces. "The paintings (A7) ... in no time, says one expert. He adds: "The desert is under threat. This area has to be conserved."

1) are contained
2) contain
3) have been contained
4) had been contained
5.

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Egypt's prehistoric sites are at risk from tourism. Experts believe that if urgent measures (A1) ..., no prehistoric sites in Egypt (A2) ... unharmed. Many prehistoric sites in the desert have already been lost to development projects. Now tourists (A3) ... the country's remaining prehistoric sites faster than scientists can save them. In the far southwest of the desert is the "Valley of Pictures'. Two main caves in the valley (A4) ... hundreds of paintings that date from between 7000 and 5000 BC. According to archaeologists, tourists (A5) ... water over the figures to make them easily visible. Water (A6) ... the surface of the paintings to break off in small thin pieces. "The paintings (A7) ... in no time, says one expert. He adds: "The desert is under threat. This area has to be conserved."

1) had poured
2) are poured
3) have been poured
4) are pouring
6.

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Egypt's prehistoric sites are at risk from tourism. Experts believe that if urgent measures (A1) ..., no prehistoric sites in Egypt (A2) ... unharmed. Many prehistoric sites in the desert have already been lost to development projects. Now tourists (A3) ... the country's remaining prehistoric sites faster than scientists can save them. In the far southwest of the desert is the "Valley of Pictures'. Two main caves in the valley (A4) ... hundreds of paintings that date from between 7000 and 5000 BC. According to archaeologists, tourists (A5) ... water over the figures to make them easily visible. Water (A6) ... the surface of the paintings to break off in small thin pieces. "The paintings (A7) ... in no time, says one expert. He adds: "The desert is under threat. This area has to be conserved."

1) was caused
2) is caused
3) causes
4) has been caused
7.

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Egypt's prehistoric sites are at risk from tourism. Experts believe that if urgent measures (A1) ..., no prehistoric sites in Egypt (A2) ... unharmed. Many prehistoric sites in the desert have already been lost to development projects. Now tourists (A3) ... the country's remaining prehistoric sites faster than scientists can save them. In the far southwest of the desert is the "Valley of Pictures'. Two main caves in the valley (A4) ... hundreds of paintings that date from between 7000 and 5000 BC. According to archaeologists, tourists (A5) ... water over the figures to make them easily visible. Water (A6) ... the surface of the paintings to break off in small thin pieces. "The paintings (A7) ... in no time, says one expert. He adds: "The desert is under threat. This area has to be conserved."

1) will be destroyed
2) destroy
3) have destroyed
4) are destroying
8.

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Sally and James Parker from Manchester got married last year. They then left their five-year-old dog, Blackie, in a dogs' home while they went (A8) ... their honeymoon to Venice. While they were away, Blackie escaped (A9) ... the dogs' home. The dogs' home was not in Manchester but 500 miles away in Cornwall near to (A10) ... town where James's parents lived. As soon as they got back from their honeymoon, James and Sally drove to Cornwall to look for Blackie. Unfortunately, they were out of (A11) ... luck. However, they refused to give (A12) .... They drove to Cornwall every weekend for the next six months. By then the weekly drive had become so tiring that James sold his business and they moved to Cornwall.

Blackie has now been missing for fourteen months. Sally and James have seen her several times but they have not succeeded (A13) ... catching her. James says that (A14) ... problem is that Blackie is too nervous now to let anyone come (A15) ... her.

1) on
2) to
3) at
4) in
9.

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Sally and James Parker from Manchester got married last year. They then left their five-year-old dog, Blackie, in a dogs' home while they went (A8) ... their honeymoon to Venice. While they were away, Blackie escaped (A9) ... the dogs' home. The dogs' home was not in Manchester but 500 miles away in Cornwall near to (A10) ... town where James's parents lived. As soon as they got back from their honeymoon, James and Sally drove to Cornwall to look for Blackie. Unfortunately, they were out of (A11) ... luck. However, they refused to give (A12) .... They drove to Cornwall every weekend for the next six months. By then the weekly drive had become so tiring that James sold his business and they moved to Cornwall.

Blackie has now been missing for fourteen months. Sally and James have seen her several times but they have not succeeded (A13) ... catching her. James says that (A14) ... problem is that Blackie is too nervous now to let anyone come (A15) ... her.

1) off
2) from
3) of
4) out of
10.

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Sally and James Parker from Manchester got married last year. They then left their five-year-old dog, Blackie, in a dogs' home while they went (A8) ... their honeymoon to Venice. While they were away, Blackie escaped (A9) ... the dogs' home. The dogs' home was not in Manchester but 500 miles away in Cornwall near to (A10) ... town where James's parents lived. As soon as they got back from their honeymoon, James and Sally drove to Cornwall to look for Blackie. Unfortunately, they were out of (A11) ... luck. However, they refused to give (A12) .... They drove to Cornwall every weekend for the next six months. By then the weekly drive had become so tiring that James sold his business and they moved to Cornwall.

Blackie has now been missing for fourteen months. Sally and James have seen her several times but they have not succeeded (A13) ... catching her. James says that (A14) ... problem is that Blackie is too nervous now to let anyone come (A15) ... her.

1) а
2) an
3) the
4) -
11.

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Sally and James Parker from Manchester got married last year. They then left their five-year-old dog, Blackie, in a dogs' home while they went (A8) ... their honeymoon to Venice. While they were away, Blackie escaped (A9) ... the dogs' home. The dogs' home was not in Manchester but 500 miles away in Cornwall near to (A10) ... town where James's parents lived. As soon as they got back from their honeymoon, James and Sally drove to Cornwall to look for Blackie. Unfortunately, they were out of (A11) ... luck. However, they refused to give (A12) .... They drove to Cornwall every weekend for the next six months. By then the weekly drive had become so tiring that James sold his business and they moved to Cornwall.

Blackie has now been missing for fourteen months. Sally and James have seen her several times but they have not succeeded (A13) ... catching her. James says that (A14) ... problem is that Blackie is too nervous now to let anyone come (A15) ... her.

1) а
2) an
3) the
4) -
12.

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Sally and James Parker from Manchester got married last year. They then left their five-year-old dog, Blackie, in a dogs' home while they went (A8) ... their honeymoon to Venice. While they were away, Blackie escaped (A9) ... the dogs' home. The dogs' home was not in Manchester but 500 miles away in Cornwall near to (A10) ... town where James's parents lived. As soon as they got back from their honeymoon, James and Sally drove to Cornwall to look for Blackie. Unfortunately, they were out of (A11) ... luck. However, they refused to give (A12) .... They drove to Cornwall every weekend for the next six months. By then the weekly drive had become so tiring that James sold his business and they moved to Cornwall.

Blackie has now been missing for fourteen months. Sally and James have seen her several times but they have not succeeded (A13) ... catching her. James says that (A14) ... problem is that Blackie is too nervous now to let anyone come (A15) ... her.

1) over
2) out
3) off
4) up
13.

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Sally and James Parker from Manchester got married last year. They then left their five-year-old dog, Blackie, in a dogs' home while they went (A8) ... their honeymoon to Venice. While they were away, Blackie escaped (A9) ... the dogs' home. The dogs' home was not in Manchester but 500 miles away in Cornwall near to (A10) ... town where James's parents lived. As soon as they got back from their honeymoon, James and Sally drove to Cornwall to look for Blackie. Unfortunately, they were out of (A11) ... luck. However, they refused to give (A12) .... They drove to Cornwall every weekend for the next six months. By then the weekly drive had become so tiring that James sold his business and they moved to Cornwall.

Blackie has now been missing for fourteen months. Sally and James have seen her several times but they have not succeeded (A13) ... catching her. James says that (A14) ... problem is that Blackie is too nervous now to let anyone come (A15) ... her.

1) in
2) with
3) on
4) at
14.

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Sally and James Parker from Manchester got married last year. They then left their five-year-old dog, Blackie, in a dogs' home while they went (A8) ... their honeymoon to Venice. While they were away, Blackie escaped (A9) ... the dogs' home. The dogs' home was not in Manchester but 500 miles away in Cornwall near to (A10) ... town where James's parents lived. As soon as they got back from their honeymoon, James and Sally drove to Cornwall to look for Blackie. Unfortunately, they were out of (A11) ... luck. However, they refused to give (A12) .... They drove to Cornwall every weekend for the next six months. By then the weekly drive had become so tiring that James sold his business and they moved to Cornwall.

Blackie has now been missing for fourteen months. Sally and James have seen her several times but they have not succeeded (A13) ... catching her. James says that (A14) ... problem is that Blackie is too nervous now to let anyone come (A15) ... her.

1) a
2) an
3) the
4) -
15.

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Sally and James Parker from Manchester got married last year. They then left their five-year-old dog, Blackie, in a dogs' home while they went (A8) ... their honeymoon to Venice. While they were away, Blackie escaped (A9) ... the dogs' home. The dogs' home was not in Manchester but 500 miles away in Cornwall near to (A10) ... town where James's parents lived. As soon as they got back from their honeymoon, James and Sally drove to Cornwall to look for Blackie. Unfortunately, they were out of (A11) ... luck. However, they refused to give (A12) .... They drove to Cornwall every weekend for the next six months. By then the weekly drive had become so tiring that James sold his business and they moved to Cornwall.

Blackie has now been missing for fourteen months. Sally and James have seen her several times but they have not succeeded (A13) ... catching her. James says that (A14) ... problem is that Blackie is too nervous now to let anyone come (A15) ... her.

1) on
2) near
3) down
4) up
16.

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Children can often do puzzles ... than adults.

1) much more easilier
2) much more easily
3) far much easilier
4) far much easily
17.

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They thought ... behaviour was very unfriendly.

1) Eric and Mark's
2) Eric's and Mark
3) Eric's and Mark's
4) Eric and Mark
18.

Укажите номер подчеркнутого фрагмента, в котором допущена ошибка.

 

The price for (1) the 60-acre estate (2) in Atlanta (3) is twenty-seven thousands dollars (4).

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
19.

Укажите номер подчеркнутого фрагмента, в котором допущена ошибка.

 

I didn't want to make a decision (1) about it (2) by me (3), so (4) I called Julie.

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
20.

Укажите номер подчеркнутого фрагмента, в котором допущена ошибка.

 

Many French dishes (1) are basically simple (2), in spite the fact (3) that they can take a long time (4) to prepare.

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
21.

Укажите номер подчеркнутого фрагмента, в котором допущена ошибка.

 

It's (1) been a steady increase in (2) tourism to this country, because (3) visitors staying less than 90 days (4) do not need a visa.

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
22.

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Don Strange, who works as a vet in northern England, (A22) ... a busy life. As well as having to (A23) ... pets which are unwell, he often visits farms where problems of various kinds await him. He has (A24) ... count of the number of times he has been called out at midnight to give (A25) ... to a farmer with sick sheep or cows. Recently, a television company chose Don as the subject of a documentary programme it was making about the life of a country vet. The programme showed the difficult situations Don (A26) ... every day. It also showed Don (A27) ... a meeting with villagers (A28) ... about the damage a new road might (A29) ... to their local environment. Viewers loved the documentary and, overnight, Don became a household name, known to millions of people. He continues to receive large numbers of letters which make a real impression on him, especially those from teenagers who have (A30) ... the important decision to become vets themselves as a (A31) ... of seeing the programme.

1) follows
2) keeps
3) leads
4) passes
23.

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Don Strange, who works as a vet in northern England, (A22) ... a busy life. As well as having to (A23) ... pets which are unwell, he often visits farms where problems of various kinds await him. He has (A24) ... count of the number of times he has been called out at midnight to give (A25) ... to a farmer with sick sheep or cows. Recently, a television company chose Don as the subject of a documentary programme it was making about the life of a country vet. The programme showed the difficult situations Don (A26) ... every day. It also showed Don (A27) ... a meeting with villagers (A28) ... about the damage a new road might (A29) ... to their local environment. Viewers loved the documentary and, overnight, Don became a household name, known to millions of people. He continues to receive large numbers of letters which make a real impression on him, especially those from teenagers who have (A30) ... the important decision to become vets themselves as a (A31) ... of seeing the programme.

1) deal
2) mend
3) treat
4) solve
24.

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Don Strange, who works as a vet in northern England, (A22) ... a busy life. As well as having to (A23) ... pets which are unwell, he often visits farms where problems of various kinds await him. He has (A24) ... count of the number of times he has been called out at midnight to give (A25) ... to a farmer with sick sheep or cows. Recently, a television company chose Don as the subject of a documentary programme it was making about the life of a country vet. The programme showed the difficult situations Don (A26) ... every day. It also showed Don (A27) ... a meeting with villagers (A28) ... about the damage a new road might (A29) ... to their local environment. Viewers loved the documentary and, overnight, Don became a household name, known to millions of people. He continues to receive large numbers of letters which make a real impression on him, especially those from teenagers who have (A30) ... the important decision to become vets themselves as a (A31) ... of seeing the programme.

1) lost
2) wasted
3) missed
4) spent
25.

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Don Strange, who works as a vet in northern England, (A22) ... a busy life. As well as having to (A23) ... pets which are unwell, he often visits farms where problems of various kinds await him. He has (A24) ... count of the number of times he has been called out at midnight to give (A25) ... to a farmer with sick sheep or cows. Recently, a television company chose Don as the subject of a documentary programme it was making about the life of a country vet. The programme showed the difficult situations Don (A26) ... every day. It also showed Don (A27) ... a meeting with villagers (A28) ... about the damage a new road might (A29) ... to their local environment. Viewers loved the documentary and, overnight, Don became a household name, known to millions of people. He continues to receive large numbers of letters which make a real impression on him, especially those from teenagers who have (A30) ... the important decision to become vets themselves as a (A31) ... of seeing the programme.

1) suggestion
2) warning
3) advice
4) recommendation
26.

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Don Strange, who works as a vet in northern England, (A22) ... a busy life. As well as having to (A23) ... pets which are unwell, he often visits farms where problems of various kinds await him. He has (A24) ... count of the number of times he has been called out at midnight to give (A25) ... to a farmer with sick sheep or cows. Recently, a television company chose Don as the subject of a documentary programme it was making about the life of a country vet. The programme showed the difficult situations Don (A26) ... every day. It also showed Don (A27) ... a meeting with villagers (A28) ... about the damage a new road might (A29) ... to their local environment. Viewers loved the documentary and, overnight, Don became a household name, known to millions of people. He continues to receive large numbers of letters which make a real impression on him, especially those from teenagers who have (A30) ... the important decision to become vets themselves as a (A31) ... of seeing the programme.

1) faces
2) greets
3) copes
4) points
27.

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Don Strange, who works as a vet in northern England, (A22) ... a busy life. As well as having to (A23) ... pets which are unwell, he often visits farms where problems of various kinds await him. He has (A24) ... count of the number of times he has been called out at midnight to give (A25) ... to a farmer with sick sheep or cows. Recently, a television company chose Don as the subject of a documentary programme it was making about the life of a country vet. The programme showed the difficult situations Don (A26) ... every day. It also showed Don (A27) ... a meeting with villagers (A28) ... about the damage a new road might (A29) ... to their local environment. Viewers loved the documentary and, overnight, Don became a household name, known to millions of people. He continues to receive large numbers of letters which make a real impression on him, especially those from teenagers who have (A30) ... the important decision to become vets themselves as a (A31) ... of seeing the programme.

1) keeping
2) holding
3) carrying
4) taking
28.

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Don Strange, who works as a vet in northern England, (A22) ... a busy life. As well as having to (A23) ... pets which are unwell, he often visits farms where problems of various kinds await him. He has (A24) ... count of the number of times he has been called out at midnight to give (A25) ... to a farmer with sick sheep or cows. Recently, a television company chose Don as the subject of a documentary programme it was making about the life of a country vet. The programme showed the difficult situations Don (A26) ... every day. It also showed Don (A27) ... a meeting with villagers (A28) ... about the damage a new road might (A29) ... to their local environment. Viewers loved the documentary and, overnight, Don became a household name, known to millions of people. He continues to receive large numbers of letters which make a real impression on him, especially those from teenagers who have (A30) ... the important decision to become vets themselves as a (A31) ... of seeing the programme.

1) interested
2) concerned
3) fearing
4) aware
29.

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Don Strange, who works as a vet in northern England, (A22) ... a busy life. As well as having to (A23) ... pets which are unwell, he often visits farms where problems of various kinds await him. He has (A24) ... count of the number of times he has been called out at midnight to give (A25) ... to a farmer with sick sheep or cows. Recently, a television company chose Don as the subject of a documentary programme it was making about the life of a country vet. The programme showed the difficult situations Don (A26) ... every day. It also showed Don (A27) ... a meeting with villagers (A28) ... about the damage a new road might (A29) ... to their local environment. Viewers loved the documentary and, overnight, Don became a household name, known to millions of people. He continues to receive large numbers of letters which make a real impression on him, especially those from teenagers who have (A30) ... the important decision to become vets themselves as a (A31) ... of seeing the programme.

1) bring
2) make
3) perform
4) do
30.

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Don Strange, who works as a vet in northern England, (A22) ... a busy life. As well as having to (A23) ... pets which are unwell, he often visits farms where problems of various kinds await him. He has (A24) ... count of the number of times he has been called out at midnight to give (A25) ... to a farmer with sick sheep or cows. Recently, a television company chose Don as the subject of a documentary programme it was making about the life of a country vet. The programme showed the difficult situations Don (A26) ... every day. It also showed Don (A27) ... a meeting with villagers (A28) ... about the damage a new road might (A29) ... to their local environment. Viewers loved the documentary and, overnight, Don became a household name, known to millions of people. He continues to receive large numbers of letters which make a real impression on him, especially those from teenagers who have (A30) ... the important decision to become vets themselves as a (A31) ... of seeing the programme.

1) made
2) produced
3) received
4) done
31.

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Don Strange, who works as a vet in northern England, (A22) ... a busy life. As well as having to (A23) ... pets which are unwell, he often visits farms where problems of various kinds await him. He has (A24) ... count of the number of times he has been called out at midnight to give (A25) ... to a farmer with sick sheep or cows. Recently, a television company chose Don as the subject of a documentary programme it was making about the life of a country vet. The programme showed the difficult situations Don (A26) ... every day. It also showed Don (A27) ... a meeting with villagers (A28) ... about the damage a new road might (A29) ... to their local environment. Viewers loved the documentary and, overnight, Don became a household name, known to millions of people. He continues to receive large numbers of letters which make a real impression on him, especially those from teenagers who have (A30) ... the important decision to become vets themselves as a (A31) ... of seeing the programme.

1) advantage
2) reason
3) outcome
4) result
32.

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What did you do last weekend?

1) Nothing of the kind.
2) Not at all.
3) Nothing doing.
4) Oh, nothing much.
33.

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I have no idea.

1) You are run down, aren't you?
2) Wasn't it Mozart who composed Swan Lake?
3) Have you ever won the lottery?
4) Do you enjoy it here?
34.

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РЕПЛИКИ-СТИМУЛЫ   ОТВЕТНЫЕ РЕПЛИКИ

1 — Haven't we met before?

2 — Do you think this disease is going to spread?

3 — Carrie's just told me about Nick's promotion.

4 — Did you lock the front door?

 

A — I think so, but I'd better make sure.

B — I don't think so.

C — I guess we could say that.

D — I'm not surprised.

E — There's nothing to it!

1) 1B2С3D4A
2) 1D2B3E4C
3) 1E2D3A4C
4) 1A2C3B4E
35.

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A. Oh, no! Can't you tell her?

B. Jamie, are you ready for Angie's party? You should be looking forward to it!

C. Oh, Jamiel You shouldn't be so shy. You should meet some new people — you know, try to be more sociable.

D. But I hate talking to strangers. I'd rather stay intonight, have a cup of tea and watch TV.

E. Why? I don't know any of Angie's friends.

F. That's fine by me, but you must call Angie and tell her.

1) BAECFD
2) BECDFA
3) BFCEDA
4) BEACDF
36.

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The main problem for deaf students at university is that


§ 1. Catherine Cassidy has every reason to be proud. This summer she graduated with a degree in Zoology from Queen's University, Belfast. She has ambitions to be a scientific journalist. She is also completely deaf. She can lipread. I interviewed Catherine via e-mail. She told me getting to university was an achievement in itself. She says: 'You have to work much harder than your peers (сверстники) and have to be prepared to commit yourself.'

§ 2. The Disability Discrimination Act insists that universities increase their intake of special needs students. But there are difficulties. First, there are no reliable figures on the numbers of disabled in the community, so universities are unsure of the percentages they should be aiming to recruit. Second, some students might require specially adapted computers, or online learning support. Of all the disabilities, deafness is probably the one that is hardest to cope with at university. Universities run on talk. Knowledge is communicated in lectures, seminars, talking to fellow students — reading is only secondary. For deaf students, casual spontaneous discussions are out.

§ 3. Fortunately for Catherine, Queen's University is a centre of excellence for the teaching of deaf students. The Joint Universities Deaf Education centre (JUDE) organised a special phonic earpiece (слуховой аппарат) that enabled Catherine to listen to lectures. JUDE has been extended to the other higher education institutions of Northern Ireland. JUDE is setting an example in what can be achieved. Sharon Easton, deaf student support officer, says: "We visit schools to make deaf people aware that higher education is a possibility. Another part of our role is to talk with employers. We're offering them deaf awareness training — how to adapt to the needs of deaf employees, and where to apply for grants.'

§ 4. Catherine's skill in lip-reading made communicating with her seem so effortless that many people did not believe she had a problem. At times this experience has been painful. Catherine says: 'People have labelled me "not really deaf". It is like telling me I don't count. And this can be very disheartening, very demoralising.'

§ 5. Catherine believes that excellent and well-focused special needs support should be available to all disabled students at university whatever the cost. She says: 'You are accepted by a university on the basis of your ability to carry out mental tasks. You have a right to be there - people should not judge a person by any physical disability.'

1) it is difficult to get phonic earpieces.
2) most learning takes place through the spoken word.
3) fellow students won't talk to them.
37.

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According to the writer, The Joint Universities Deaf Education centre


§ 1. Catherine Cassidy has every reason to be proud. This summer she graduated with a degree in Zoology from Queen's University, Belfast. She has ambitions to be a scientific journalist. She is also completely deaf. She can lipread. I interviewed Catherine via e-mail. She told me getting to university was an achievement in itself. She says: 'You have to work much harder than your peers (сверстники) and have to be prepared to commit yourself.'

§ 2. The Disability Discrimination Act insists that universities increase their intake of special needs students. But there are difficulties. First, there are no reliable figures on the numbers of disabled in the community, so universities are unsure of the percentages they should be aiming to recruit. Second, some students might require specially adapted computers, or online learning support. Of all the disabilities, deafness is probably the one that is hardest to cope with at university. Universities run on talk. Knowledge is communicated in lectures, seminars, talking to fellow students — reading is only secondary. For deaf students, casual spontaneous discussions are out.

§ 3. Fortunately for Catherine, Queen's University is a centre of excellence for the teaching of deaf students. The Joint Universities Deaf Education centre (JUDE) organised a special phonic earpiece (слуховой аппарат) that enabled Catherine to listen to lectures. JUDE has been extended to the other higher education institutions of Northern Ireland. JUDE is setting an example in what can be achieved. Sharon Easton, deaf student support officer, says: "We visit schools to make deaf people aware that higher education is a possibility. Another part of our role is to talk with employers. We're offering them deaf awareness training — how to adapt to the needs of deaf employees, and where to apply for grants.'

§ 4. Catherine's skill in lip-reading made communicating with her seem so effortless that many people did not believe she had a problem. At times this experience has been painful. Catherine says: 'People have labelled me "not really deaf". It is like telling me I don't count. And this can be very disheartening, very demoralising.'

§ 5. Catherine believes that excellent and well-focused special needs support should be available to all disabled students at university whatever the cost. She says: 'You are accepted by a university on the basis of your ability to carry out mental tasks. You have a right to be there - people should not judge a person by any physical disability.'

1) sends teachers out to schools to teach deaf people.
2) collects comprehensive facts and figures about disabled people.
3) encourages businesses to employ deaf people.
38.

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At university Catherine found it depressing that


§ 1. Catherine Cassidy has every reason to be proud. This summer she graduated with a degree in Zoology from Queen's University, Belfast. She has ambitions to be a scientific journalist. She is also completely deaf. She can lipread. I interviewed Catherine via e-mail. She told me getting to university was an achievement in itself. She says: 'You have to work much harder than your peers (сверстники) and have to be prepared to commit yourself.'

§ 2. The Disability Discrimination Act insists that universities increase their intake of special needs students. But there are difficulties. First, there are no reliable figures on the numbers of disabled in the community, so universities are unsure of the percentages they should be aiming to recruit. Second, some students might require specially adapted computers, or online learning support. Of all the disabilities, deafness is probably the one that is hardest to cope with at university. Universities run on talk. Knowledge is communicated in lectures, seminars, talking to fellow students — reading is only secondary. For deaf students, casual spontaneous discussions are out.

§ 3. Fortunately for Catherine, Queen's University is a centre of excellence for the teaching of deaf students. The Joint Universities Deaf Education centre (JUDE) organised a special phonic earpiece (слуховой аппарат) that enabled Catherine to listen to lectures. JUDE has been extended to the other higher education institutions of Northern Ireland. JUDE is setting an example in what can be achieved. Sharon Easton, deaf student support officer, says: "We visit schools to make deaf people aware that higher education is a possibility. Another part of our role is to talk with employers. We're offering them deaf awareness training — how to adapt to the needs of deaf employees, and where to apply for grants.'

§ 4. Catherine's skill in lip-reading made communicating with her seem so effortless that many people did not believe she had a problem. At times this experience has been painful. Catherine says: 'People have labelled me "not really deaf". It is like telling me I don't count. And this can be very disheartening, very demoralising.'

§ 5. Catherine believes that excellent and well-focused special needs support should be available to all disabled students at university whatever the cost. She says: 'You are accepted by a university on the basis of your ability to carry out mental tasks. You have a right to be there - people should not judge a person by any physical disability.'

1) her difficulties often went unnoticed.
2) her deafness gave her a lot of pain.
3) the staff found it difficult to talk to her.
39.

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Catherine believes that


§ 1. Catherine Cassidy has every reason to be proud. This summer she graduated with a degree in Zoology from Queen's University, Belfast. She has ambitions to be a scientific journalist. She is also completely deaf. She can lipread. I interviewed Catherine via e-mail. She told me getting to university was an achievement in itself. She says: 'You have to work much harder than your peers (сверстники) and have to be prepared to commit yourself.'

§ 2. The Disability Discrimination Act insists that universities increase their intake of special needs students. But there are difficulties. First, there are no reliable figures on the numbers of disabled in the community, so universities are unsure of the percentages they should be aiming to recruit. Second, some students might require specially adapted computers, or online learning support. Of all the disabilities, deafness is probably the one that is hardest to cope with at university. Universities run on talk. Knowledge is communicated in lectures, seminars, talking to fellow students — reading is only secondary. For deaf students, casual spontaneous discussions are out.

§ 3. Fortunately for Catherine, Queen's University is a centre of excellence for the teaching of deaf students. The Joint Universities Deaf Education centre (JUDE) organised a special phonic earpiece (слуховой аппарат) that enabled Catherine to listen to lectures. JUDE has been extended to the other higher education institutions of Northern Ireland. JUDE is setting an example in what can be achieved. Sharon Easton, deaf student support officer, says: "We visit schools to make deaf people aware that higher education is a possibility. Another part of our role is to talk with employers. We're offering them deaf awareness training — how to adapt to the needs of deaf employees, and where to apply for grants.'

§ 4. Catherine's skill in lip-reading made communicating with her seem so effortless that many people did not believe she had a problem. At times this experience has been painful. Catherine says: 'People have labelled me "not really deaf". It is like telling me I don't count. And this can be very disheartening, very demoralising.'

§ 5. Catherine believes that excellent and well-focused special needs support should be available to all disabled students at university whatever the cost. She says: 'You are accepted by a university on the basis of your ability to carry out mental tasks. You have a right to be there - people should not judge a person by any physical disability.'

1) it should be easier for deaf people to get to university.
2) everyone who is intelligent enough has the right to be at university.
3) universities already provide excellent support for the disabled.
40.

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to recruit (§ 2)


§ 1. Catherine Cassidy has every reason to be proud. This summer she graduated with a degree in Zoology from Queen's University, Belfast. She has ambitions to be a scientific journalist. She is also completely deaf. She can lipread. I interviewed Catherine via e-mail. She told me getting to university was an achievement in itself. She says: 'You have to work much harder than your peers (сверстники) and have to be prepared to commit yourself.'

§ 2. The Disability Discrimination Act insists that universities increase their intake of special needs students. But there are difficulties. First, there are no reliable figures on the numbers of disabled in the community, so universities are unsure of the percentages they should be aiming to recruit. Second, some students might require specially adapted computers, or online learning support. Of all the disabilities, deafness is probably the one that is hardest to cope with at university. Universities run on talk. Knowledge is communicated in lectures, seminars, talking to fellow students — reading is only secondary. For deaf students, casual spontaneous discussions are out.

§ 3. Fortunately for Catherine, Queen's University is a centre of excellence for the teaching of deaf students. The Joint Universities Deaf Education centre (JUDE) organised a special phonic earpiece (слуховой аппарат) that enabled Catherine to listen to lectures. JUDE has been extended to the other higher education institutions of Northern Ireland. JUDE is setting an example in what can be achieved. Sharon Easton, deaf student support officer, says: "We visit schools to make deaf people aware that higher education is a possibility. Another part of our role is to talk with employers. We're offering them deaf awareness training — how to adapt to the needs of deaf employees, and where to apply for grants.'

§ 4. Catherine's skill in lip-reading made communicating with her seem so effortless that many people did not believe she had a problem. At times this experience has been painful. Catherine says: 'People have labelled me "not really deaf". It is like telling me I don't count. And this can be very disheartening, very demoralising.'

§ 5. Catherine believes that excellent and well-focused special needs support should be available to all disabled students at university whatever the cost. She says: 'You are accepted by a university on the basis of your ability to carry out mental tasks. You have a right to be there - people should not judge a person by any physical disability.'

1) to enroll
2) to occupy
3) to hire
41.

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are out (§ 2)


§ 1. Catherine Cassidy has every reason to be proud. This summer she graduated with a degree in Zoology from Queen's University, Belfast. She has ambitions to be a scientific journalist. She is also completely deaf. She can lipread. I interviewed Catherine via e-mail. She told me getting to university was an achievement in itself. She says: 'You have to work much harder than your peers (сверстники) and have to be prepared to commit yourself.'

§ 2. The Disability Discrimination Act insists that universities increase their intake of special needs students. But there are difficulties. First, there are no reliable figures on the numbers of disabled in the community, so universities are unsure of the percentages they should be aiming to recruit. Second, some students might require specially adapted computers, or online learning support. Of all the disabilities, deafness is probably the one that is hardest to cope with at university. Universities run on talk. Knowledge is communicated in lectures, seminars, talking to fellow students — reading is only secondary. For deaf students, casual spontaneous discussions are out.

§ 3. Fortunately for Catherine, Queen's University is a centre of excellence for the teaching of deaf students. The Joint Universities Deaf Education centre (JUDE) organised a special phonic earpiece (слуховой аппарат) that enabled Catherine to listen to lectures. JUDE has been extended to the other higher education institutions of Northern Ireland. JUDE is setting an example in what can be achieved. Sharon Easton, deaf student support officer, says: "We visit schools to make deaf people aware that higher education is a possibility. Another part of our role is to talk with employers. We're offering them deaf awareness training — how to adapt to the needs of deaf employees, and where to apply for grants.'

§ 4. Catherine's skill in lip-reading made communicating with her seem so effortless that many people did not believe she had a problem. At times this experience has been painful. Catherine says: 'People have labelled me "not really deaf". It is like telling me I don't count. And this can be very disheartening, very demoralising.'

§ 5. Catherine believes that excellent and well-focused special needs support should be available to all disabled students at university whatever the cost. She says: 'You are accepted by a university on the basis of your ability to carry out mental tasks. You have a right to be there - people should not judge a person by any physical disability.'

1) are excluded
2) are accepted
3) are finished
42.

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It is like telling me I don't count. (§ 4)


§ 1. Catherine Cassidy has every reason to be proud. This summer she graduated with a degree in Zoology from Queen's University, Belfast. She has ambitions to be a scientific journalist. She is also completely deaf. She can lipread. I interviewed Catherine via e-mail. She told me getting to university was an achievement in itself. She says: 'You have to work much harder than your peers (сверстники) and have to be prepared to commit yourself.'

§ 2. The Disability Discrimination Act insists that universities increase their intake of special needs students. But there are difficulties. First, there are no reliable figures on the numbers of disabled in the community, so universities are unsure of the percentages they should be aiming to recruit. Second, some students might require specially adapted computers, or online learning support. Of all the disabilities, deafness is probably the one that is hardest to cope with at university. Universities run on talk. Knowledge is communicated in lectures, seminars, talking to fellow students — reading is only secondary. For deaf students, casual spontaneous discussions are out.

§ 3. Fortunately for Catherine, Queen's University is a centre of excellence for the teaching of deaf students. The Joint Universities Deaf Education centre (JUDE) organised a special phonic earpiece (слуховой аппарат) that enabled Catherine to listen to lectures. JUDE has been extended to the other higher education institutions of Northern Ireland. JUDE is setting an example in what can be achieved. Sharon Easton, deaf student support officer, says: "We visit schools to make deaf people aware that higher education is a possibility. Another part of our role is to talk with employers. We're offering them deaf awareness training — how to adapt to the needs of deaf employees, and where to apply for grants.'

§ 4. Catherine's skill in lip-reading made communicating with her seem so effortless that many people did not believe she had a problem. At times this experience has been painful. Catherine says: 'People have labelled me "not really deaf". It is like telling me I don't count. And this can be very disheartening, very demoralising.'

§ 5. Catherine believes that excellent and well-focused special needs support should be available to all disabled students at university whatever the cost. She says: 'You are accepted by a university on the basis of your ability to carry out mental tasks. You have a right to be there - people should not judge a person by any physical disability.'

1) Это все равно, что сказать мне, что я не в счет.
2) Мне приятно, когда говорят, что я не такая.
3) Им нравится не принимать меня за глухую.
43.

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Which person became impatient while waiting to pay for the item?


1. Tania Ferreira

I was walking along the pavement looking for something new to wear when a sign in a shop window saying cotton jackets 50% off caught my eye, so I went in. They didn't have one in my size but said they could order it for me. A few days later I went back to the shop to collect it. It fitted me perfectly, but I just didn't take to the colour. Again I had to wait, and again I went back to the shop. This time everything seemed fine, and I paid for it and took it home. After I'd worn it twice, though, I put it through the washing machine and was most upset to find it'd shrunk (давать усадку). It was a waste of money, really.

2. Ali Haddad

I'd picked up lots of things like books and computer games online, but that was the first time I'd actually got myself something to wear over the Internet. It looked like a really lovely shirt and the price was incredibly low, so I clicked on "Buy it now', paid by credit card and waited for it to arrive. I thought afterwards that perhaps I should have emailed the seller to check the colour, because although it looked fine in the photo, it might not be exactly what I wanted. In the event I needn't have worried, and I was absolutely delighted when I saw it. I would have got another one if I'd known how good it would look.

3. Brad Stevens

I was food shopping in the big supermarket near here and I saw they were selling jeans at a ridiculously low price, so I thought I'd pick up a pair. I spent quite a bit of time going through this great pile of jeans because all the different sizes were mixed up and they weren't very clearly marked "large' or 'extra large' or whatever. Eventually I came across a pair that seemed about my size and headed for the checkout. It was very slow there, and I got fed up standing in a line of about ten customers. Why they don't open more checkouts at busy times I really don't know.

4. Sara Desai

I saw a stall selling sweaters when I was wandering around my usual clothes market and there was such a wide range of lovely ones that I was spoilt for choice. In the end I made my mind up and I enquired whether they had a particularly attractive pale blue one in medium. The stall holder said they had. I couldn't try it on there and then but I was sure it would fit me, so I paid and took it home. There I discovered that the sleeves were far too short so I had to take it back. The man on the stall quickly found me a larger one for the same very reasonable price and that turned out to be just right on me. I'd wasted an hour or so travelling to and from the market, but I still wouldn't dream of shopping for things like that anywhere else.

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
44.

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Which person had difficulty finding the right item because of the labelling?


1. Tania Ferreira

I was walking along the pavement looking for something new to wear when a sign in a shop window saying cotton jackets 50% off caught my eye, so I went in. They didn't have one in my size but said they could order it for me. A few days later I went back to the shop to collect it. It fitted me perfectly, but I just didn't take to the colour. Again I had to wait, and again I went back to the shop. This time everything seemed fine, and I paid for it and took it home. After I'd worn it twice, though, I put it through the washing machine and was most upset to find it'd shrunk (давать усадку). It was a waste of money, really.

2. Ali Haddad

I'd picked up lots of things like books and computer games online, but that was the first time I'd actually got myself something to wear over the Internet. It looked like a really lovely shirt and the price was incredibly low, so I clicked on "Buy it now', paid by credit card and waited for it to arrive. I thought afterwards that perhaps I should have emailed the seller to check the colour, because although it looked fine in the photo, it might not be exactly what I wanted. In the event I needn't have worried, and I was absolutely delighted when I saw it. I would have got another one if I'd known how good it would look.

3. Brad Stevens

I was food shopping in the big supermarket near here and I saw they were selling jeans at a ridiculously low price, so I thought I'd pick up a pair. I spent quite a bit of time going through this great pile of jeans because all the different sizes were mixed up and they weren't very clearly marked "large' or 'extra large' or whatever. Eventually I came across a pair that seemed about my size and headed for the checkout. It was very slow there, and I got fed up standing in a line of about ten customers. Why they don't open more checkouts at busy times I really don't know.

4. Sara Desai

I saw a stall selling sweaters when I was wandering around my usual clothes market and there was such a wide range of lovely ones that I was spoilt for choice. In the end I made my mind up and I enquired whether they had a particularly attractive pale blue one in medium. The stall holder said they had. I couldn't try it on there and then but I was sure it would fit me, so I paid and took it home. There I discovered that the sleeves were far too short so I had to take it back. The man on the stall quickly found me a larger one for the same very reasonable price and that turned out to be just right on me. I'd wasted an hour or so travelling to and from the market, but I still wouldn't dream of shopping for things like that anywhere else.

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
45.

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Which person asked the seller a question about the item before they bought it?


1. Tania Ferreira

I was walking along the pavement looking for something new to wear when a sign in a shop window saying cotton jackets 50% off caught my eye, so I went in. They didn't have one in my size but said they could order it for me. A few days later I went back to the shop to collect it. It fitted me perfectly, but I just didn't take to the colour. Again I had to wait, and again I went back to the shop. This time everything seemed fine, and I paid for it and took it home. After I'd worn it twice, though, I put it through the washing machine and was most upset to find it'd shrunk (давать усадку). It was a waste of money, really.

2. Ali Haddad

I'd picked up lots of things like books and computer games online, but that was the first time I'd actually got myself something to wear over the Internet. It looked like a really lovely shirt and the price was incredibly low, so I clicked on "Buy it now', paid by credit card and waited for it to arrive. I thought afterwards that perhaps I should have emailed the seller to check the colour, because although it looked fine in the photo, it might not be exactly what I wanted. In the event I needn't have worried, and I was absolutely delighted when I saw it. I would have got another one if I'd known how good it would look.

3. Brad Stevens

I was food shopping in the big supermarket near here and I saw they were selling jeans at a ridiculously low price, so I thought I'd pick up a pair. I spent quite a bit of time going through this great pile of jeans because all the different sizes were mixed up and they weren't very clearly marked "large' or 'extra large' or whatever. Eventually I came across a pair that seemed about my size and headed for the checkout. It was very slow there, and I got fed up standing in a line of about ten customers. Why they don't open more checkouts at busy times I really don't know.

4. Sara Desai

I saw a stall selling sweaters when I was wandering around my usual clothes market and there was such a wide range of lovely ones that I was spoilt for choice. In the end I made my mind up and I enquired whether they had a particularly attractive pale blue one in medium. The stall holder said they had. I couldn't try it on there and then but I was sure it would fit me, so I paid and took it home. There I discovered that the sleeves were far too short so I had to take it back. The man on the stall quickly found me a larger one for the same very reasonable price and that turned out to be just right on me. I'd wasted an hour or so travelling to and from the market, but I still wouldn't dream of shopping for things like that anywhere else.

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
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Which person says they will always buy clothes in the same place?


1. Tania Ferreira

I was walking along the pavement looking for something new to wear when a sign in a shop window saying cotton jackets 50% off caught my eye, so I went in. They didn't have one in my size but said they could order it for me. A few days later I went back to the shop to collect it. It fitted me perfectly, but I just didn't take to the colour. Again I had to wait, and again I went back to the shop. This time everything seemed fine, and I paid for it and took it home. After I'd worn it twice, though, I put it through the washing machine and was most upset to find it'd shrunk (давать усадку). It was a waste of money, really.

2. Ali Haddad

I'd picked up lots of things like books and computer games online, but that was the first time I'd actually got myself something to wear over the Internet. It looked like a really lovely shirt and the price was incredibly low, so I clicked on "Buy it now', paid by credit card and waited for it to arrive. I thought afterwards that perhaps I should have emailed the seller to check the colour, because although it looked fine in the photo, it might not be exactly what I wanted. In the event I needn't have worried, and I was absolutely delighted when I saw it. I would have got another one if I'd known how good it would look.

3. Brad Stevens

I was food shopping in the big supermarket near here and I saw they were selling jeans at a ridiculously low price, so I thought I'd pick up a pair. I spent quite a bit of time going through this great pile of jeans because all the different sizes were mixed up and they weren't very clearly marked "large' or 'extra large' or whatever. Eventually I came across a pair that seemed about my size and headed for the checkout. It was very slow there, and I got fed up standing in a line of about ten customers. Why they don't open more checkouts at busy times I really don't know.

4. Sara Desai

I saw a stall selling sweaters when I was wandering around my usual clothes market and there was such a wide range of lovely ones that I was spoilt for choice. In the end I made my mind up and I enquired whether they had a particularly attractive pale blue one in medium. The stall holder said they had. I couldn't try it on there and then but I was sure it would fit me, so I paid and took it home. There I discovered that the sleeves were far too short so I had to take it back. The man on the stall quickly found me a larger one for the same very reasonable price and that turned out to be just right on me. I'd wasted an hour or so travelling to and from the market, but I still wouldn't dream of shopping for things like that anywhere else.

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
47.

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Which person was in the street when they saw the item advertised?


1. Tania Ferreira

I was walking along the pavement looking for something new to wear when a sign in a shop window saying cotton jackets 50% off caught my eye, so I went in. They didn't have one in my size but said they could order it for me. A few days later I went back to the shop to collect it. It fitted me perfectly, but I just didn't take to the colour. Again I had to wait, and again I went back to the shop. This time everything seemed fine, and I paid for it and took it home. After I'd worn it twice, though, I put it through the washing machine and was most upset to find it'd shrunk (давать усадку). It was a waste of money, really.

2. Ali Haddad

I'd picked up lots of things like books and computer games online, but that was the first time I'd actually got myself something to wear over the Internet. It looked like a really lovely shirt and the price was incredibly low, so I clicked on "Buy it now', paid by credit card and waited for it to arrive. I thought afterwards that perhaps I should have emailed the seller to check the colour, because although it looked fine in the photo, it might not be exactly what I wanted. In the event I needn't have worried, and I was absolutely delighted when I saw it. I would have got another one if I'd known how good it would look.

3. Brad Stevens

I was food shopping in the big supermarket near here and I saw they were selling jeans at a ridiculously low price, so I thought I'd pick up a pair. I spent quite a bit of time going through this great pile of jeans because all the different sizes were mixed up and they weren't very clearly marked "large' or 'extra large' or whatever. Eventually I came across a pair that seemed about my size and headed for the checkout. It was very slow there, and I got fed up standing in a line of about ten customers. Why they don't open more checkouts at busy times I really don't know.

4. Sara Desai

I saw a stall selling sweaters when I was wandering around my usual clothes market and there was such a wide range of lovely ones that I was spoilt for choice. In the end I made my mind up and I enquired whether they had a particularly attractive pale blue one in medium. The stall holder said they had. I couldn't try it on there and then but I was sure it would fit me, so I paid and took it home. There I discovered that the sleeves were far too short so I had to take it back. The man on the stall quickly found me a larger one for the same very reasonable price and that turned out to be just right on me. I'd wasted an hour or so travelling to and from the market, but I still wouldn't dream of shopping for things like that anywhere else.

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
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Which person wished they had bought more than one of the same item?


1. Tania Ferreira

I was walking along the pavement looking for something new to wear when a sign in a shop window saying cotton jackets 50% off caught my eye, so I went in. They didn't have one in my size but said they could order it for me. A few days later I went back to the shop to collect it. It fitted me perfectly, but I just didn't take to the colour. Again I had to wait, and again I went back to the shop. This time everything seemed fine, and I paid for it and took it home. After I'd worn it twice, though, I put it through the washing machine and was most upset to find it'd shrunk (давать усадку). It was a waste of money, really.

2. Ali Haddad

I'd picked up lots of things like books and computer games online, but that was the first time I'd actually got myself something to wear over the Internet. It looked like a really lovely shirt and the price was incredibly low, so I clicked on "Buy it now', paid by credit card and waited for it to arrive. I thought afterwards that perhaps I should have emailed the seller to check the colour, because although it looked fine in the photo, it might not be exactly what I wanted. In the event I needn't have worried, and I was absolutely delighted when I saw it. I would have got another one if I'd known how good it would look.

3. Brad Stevens

I was food shopping in the big supermarket near here and I saw they were selling jeans at a ridiculously low price, so I thought I'd pick up a pair. I spent quite a bit of time going through this great pile of jeans because all the different sizes were mixed up and they weren't very clearly marked "large' or 'extra large' or whatever. Eventually I came across a pair that seemed about my size and headed for the checkout. It was very slow there, and I got fed up standing in a line of about ten customers. Why they don't open more checkouts at busy times I really don't know.

4. Sara Desai

I saw a stall selling sweaters when I was wandering around my usual clothes market and there was such a wide range of lovely ones that I was spoilt for choice. In the end I made my mind up and I enquired whether they had a particularly attractive pale blue one in medium. The stall holder said they had. I couldn't try it on there and then but I was sure it would fit me, so I paid and took it home. There I discovered that the sleeves were far too short so I had to take it back. The man on the stall quickly found me a larger one for the same very reasonable price and that turned out to be just right on me. I'd wasted an hour or so travelling to and from the market, but I still wouldn't dream of shopping for things like that anywhere else.

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
49.

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SAFE, CARE, REPUTE, SENSE


Britain rightly has the (B1) ... of being a safe place and street crime is fortunately not common. However, it is still (B2) ... for tourists to take some precautions (меры предосторожности). Pickpockets may operate in crowded areas so make sure that you keep cameras and any other valuable things in a safe place. Experts recommend that passports and tickets should preferably be kept under your clothes in a money belt, perhaps. You must, of course, be particularly (B3) ... at night. Be sure to take advice from local people. If they tell you a certain area is (B4) ... at night, then don't go there.

50.

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SAFE, CARE, REPUTE, SENSE


Britain rightly has the (B1) ... of being a safe place and street crime is fortunately not common. However, it is still (B2) ... for tourists to take some precautions (меры предосторожности). Pickpockets may operate in crowded areas so make sure that you keep cameras and any other valuable things in a safe place. Experts recommend that passports and tickets should preferably be kept under your clothes in a money belt, perhaps. You must, of course, be particularly (B3) ... at night. Be sure to take advice from local people. If they tell you a certain area is (B4) ... at night, then don't go there.

51.

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SAFE, CARE, REPUTE, SENSE


Britain rightly has the (B1) ... of being a safe place and street crime is fortunately not common. However, it is still (B2) ... for tourists to take some precautions (меры предосторожности). Pickpockets may operate in crowded areas so make sure that you keep cameras and any other valuable things in a safe place. Experts recommend that passports and tickets should preferably be kept under your clothes in a money belt, perhaps. You must, of course, be particularly (B3) ... at night. Be sure to take advice from local people. If they tell you a certain area is (B4) ... at night, then don't go there.

52.

Прочитайте текст. Выберите подходящее по смыслу слово из предложенных. B ответ запишите слово в той форме, в которой оно должно стоять в предложении. Помните, что каждое слово может быть использовано только один раз и что заданную форму слова необходимо изменить. Заполните пропуск (B4).

 

SAFE, CARE, REPUTE, SENSE


Britain rightly has the (B1) ... of being a safe place and street crime is fortunately not common. However, it is still (B2) ... for tourists to take some precautions (меры предосторожности). Pickpockets may operate in crowded areas so make sure that you keep cameras and any other valuable things in a safe place. Experts recommend that passports and tickets should preferably be kept under your clothes in a money belt, perhaps. You must, of course, be particularly (B3) ... at night. Be sure to take advice from local people. If they tell you a certain area is (B4) ... at night, then don't go there.

53.

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Nowadays, just about everyone has a mobile phone. This wonderful invention helps people to stay in touch with others at any time of day and night and no (B5) ... where they are. It has brought people closer and it must certainly have saved many lives by enabling immediate contact with the emergency services. It also, on the other (B6) ..., has its disadvantages. Perhaps the (B7) ... obvious of them is the sound of people talking loudly on their phone on public transport, unaware of (B8) ... much they are disturbing other travellers.

54.

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Nowadays, just about everyone has a mobile phone. This wonderful invention helps people to stay in touch with others at any time of day and night and no (B5) ... where they are. It has brought people closer and it must certainly have saved many lives by enabling immediate contact with the emergency services. It also, on the other (B6) ..., has its disadvantages. Perhaps the (B7) ... obvious of them is the sound of people talking loudly on their phone on public transport, unaware of (B8) ... much they are disturbing other travellers.

55.

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Nowadays, just about everyone has a mobile phone. This wonderful invention helps people to stay in touch with others at any time of day and night and no (B5) ... where they are. It has brought people closer and it must certainly have saved many lives by enabling immediate contact with the emergency services. It also, on the other (B6) ..., has its disadvantages. Perhaps the (B7) ... obvious of them is the sound of people talking loudly on their phone on public transport, unaware of (B8) ... much they are disturbing other travellers.

56.

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Nowadays, just about everyone has a mobile phone. This wonderful invention helps people to stay in touch with others at any time of day and night and no (B5) ... where they are. It has brought people closer and it must certainly have saved many lives by enabling immediate contact with the emergency services. It also, on the other (B6) ..., has its disadvantages. Perhaps the (B7) ... obvious of them is the sound of people talking loudly on their phone on public transport, unaware of (B8) ... much they are disturbing other travellers.

57.

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I've just seen a film about two climbers who decided to go climbing in the mountains in Peru. It took them two days to reach the mountain they had been decided to climb because it was in a remote place. They left a companion and most of their supplies at base camp, optimistically thinking about they would be back in a couple of days.

58.

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After a difficult climb, they reached the top of the mountain. It was then that everything started to go wrong. Because of one climber had broken his leg, he had to be lowered down the mountain by means of a rope. His leg was so many painful that he couldn't stand on it. After a very exciting bit of the film, which I won't describe, he found himself alone at the bottom of a deep crack. He managed to climb out and eventually crawl to safety.

59.

Переведите на английский язык фрагмент предложения, данный в скобках.

 

(Никто) of the five climbers continued to go up the mountain because it was snowing.

60.

Переведите на английский язык фрагмент предложения, данный в скобках.

 

It was probably too late to (сказать) sorry.