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Задание 22 № 202

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If you happen to be walking in your local park tomorrow and you find a book with a label inside (A22) ... Read and Release me," don't just treat it as a (A23) .... You've probably (A24) ... across an example of bookcrossing, a book-sharing movement (A25) ... in 2001 by American software developer Ron Hornbaker, whose aim is to "make the (A26) ... world a library'. Bookcrossers "release' books either by (A27) ... them on to friends, or by leaving them in public places for others to (A28) ... up, or 'catch', and then read, before they in (A29) ... release them back "into the wild". Over half a million people worldwide take (A30) ... in bookcrossing, "releasing books in cafés, airports, bus stations, telephone boxes. Often a book is left in a place which is associated with its (A31) ... or content: Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express on a train, for example, or an archeology book in a museum.

1) saying
2) answering
3) telling
4) talking

2
Задание 16 № 736

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I was really shocked to hear this frightening story from my ... close friend.

1) brother-in-law
2) brother's-in-law
3) brother-in-law's
4) brother's-in-law's

3
Задание 17 № 737

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When you go out, remember ... the key with your neighbour because I haven't got one.

1) to leave
2) left
3) leave
4) leaving

4
Задание 22 № 922

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Until recently, vegetarianism was fairly uncommon in Britain, and it is still (A22) ... strange by some. But since the 1960s its popularity has (A23) ... greatly, to the extent that high street stores stock a huge (A24) ... of products for vegetarians. The reasons people (A25) ... for not eating meat are numerous. Perhaps most vegetarians do it for moral reasons, arguing that it is wrong to kill. The opposing point of (A26) ... is that it is (A27) ... for us to kill for food. Still, there are societies where eating meat is not allowed because it is against their religion. There are other good reasons to (A28) ... up meat, one of which is the inefficiency of livestock farming. Although it is, in (A29) ... cheaper to eat only vegetables, in practice vegetarianism is most popular in richer countries such as Germany and Britain, where many people exclude meat for health reasons. In these countries, at least, it (A30) ... out to be a matter of (A31) ... rather than necessity.

1) believed
2) thought
3) known
4) considered

5
Задание 23 № 923

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Until recently, vegetarianism was fairly uncommon in Britain, and it is still (A22) ... strange by some. But since the 1960s its popularity has (A23) ... greatly, to the extent that high street stores stock a huge (A24) ... of products for vegetarians. The reasons people (A25) ... for not eating meat are numerous. Perhaps most vegetarians do it for moral reasons, arguing that it is wrong to kill. The opposing point of (A26) ... is that it is (A27) ... for us to kill for food. Still, there are societies where eating meat is not allowed because it is against their religion. There are other good reasons to (A28) ... up meat, one of which is the inefficiency of livestock farming. Although it is, in (A29) ... cheaper to eat only vegetables, in practice vegetarianism is most popular in richer countries such as Germany and Britain, where many people exclude meat for health reasons. In these countries, at least, it (A30) ... out to be a matter of (A31) ... rather than necessity.

1) increased
2) improved
3) added
4) raised

6
Задание 24 № 924

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Until recently, vegetarianism was fairly uncommon in Britain, and it is still (A22) ... strange by some. But since the 1960s its popularity has (A23) ... greatly, to the extent that high street stores stock a huge (A24) ... of products for vegetarians. The reasons people (A25) ... for not eating meat are numerous. Perhaps most vegetarians do it for moral reasons, arguing that it is wrong to kill. The opposing point of (A26) ... is that it is (A27) ... for us to kill for food. Still, there are societies where eating meat is not allowed because it is against their religion. There are other good reasons to (A28) ... up meat, one of which is the inefficiency of livestock farming. Although it is, in (A29) ... cheaper to eat only vegetables, in practice vegetarianism is most popular in richer countries such as Germany and Britain, where many people exclude meat for health reasons. In these countries, at least, it (A30) ... out to be a matter of (A31) ... rather than necessity.

1) sort
2) kind
3) alternative
4) variety

7
Задание 26 № 926

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Until recently, vegetarianism was fairly uncommon in Britain, and it is still (A22) ... strange by some. But since the 1960s its popularity has (A23) ... greatly, to the extent that high street stores stock a huge (A24) ... of products for vegetarians. The reasons people (A25) ... for not eating meat are numerous. Perhaps most vegetarians do it for moral reasons, arguing that it is wrong to kill. The opposing point of (A26) ... is that it is (A27) ... for us to kill for food. Still, there are societies where eating meat is not allowed because it is against their religion. There are other good reasons to (A28) ... up meat, one of which is the inefficiency of livestock farming. Although it is, in (A29) ... cheaper to eat only vegetables, in practice vegetarianism is most popular in richer countries such as Germany and Britain, where many people exclude meat for health reasons. In these countries, at least, it (A30) ... out to be a matter of (A31) ... rather than necessity.

1) look
2) vision
3) view
4) sight

8
Задание 27 № 927

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Until recently, vegetarianism was fairly uncommon in Britain, and it is still (A22) ... strange by some. But since the 1960s its popularity has (A23) ... greatly, to the extent that high street stores stock a huge (A24) ... of products for vegetarians. The reasons people (A25) ... for not eating meat are numerous. Perhaps most vegetarians do it for moral reasons, arguing that it is wrong to kill. The opposing point of (A26) ... is that it is (A27) ... for us to kill for food. Still, there are societies where eating meat is not allowed because it is against their religion. There are other good reasons to (A28) ... up meat, one of which is the inefficiency of livestock farming. Although it is, in (A29) ... cheaper to eat only vegetables, in practice vegetarianism is most popular in richer countries such as Germany and Britain, where many people exclude meat for health reasons. In these countries, at least, it (A30) ... out to be a matter of (A31) ... rather than necessity.

1) real
2) natural
3) physical
4) genuine

9
Задание 28 № 928

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Until recently, vegetarianism was fairly uncommon in Britain, and it is still (A22) ... strange by some. But since the 1960s its popularity has (A23) ... greatly, to the extent that high street stores stock a huge (A24) ... of products for vegetarians. The reasons people (A25) ... for not eating meat are numerous. Perhaps most vegetarians do it for moral reasons, arguing that it is wrong to kill. The opposing point of (A26) ... is that it is (A27) ... for us to kill for food. Still, there are societies where eating meat is not allowed because it is against their religion. There are other good reasons to (A28) ... up meat, one of which is the inefficiency of livestock farming. Although it is, in (A29) ... cheaper to eat only vegetables, in practice vegetarianism is most popular in richer countries such as Germany and Britain, where many people exclude meat for health reasons. In these countries, at least, it (A30) ... out to be a matter of (A31) ... rather than necessity.

1) give
2) put
3) cut
4) turn

10
Задание 29 № 929

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Until recently, vegetarianism was fairly uncommon in Britain, and it is still (A22) ... strange by some. But since the 1960s its popularity has (A23) ... greatly, to the extent that high street stores stock a huge (A24) ... of products for vegetarians. The reasons people (A25) ... for not eating meat are numerous. Perhaps most vegetarians do it for moral reasons, arguing that it is wrong to kill. The opposing point of (A26) ... is that it is (A27) ... for us to kill for food. Still, there are societies where eating meat is not allowed because it is against their religion. There are other good reasons to (A28) ... up meat, one of which is the inefficiency of livestock farming. Although it is, in (A29) ... cheaper to eat only vegetables, in practice vegetarianism is most popular in richer countries such as Germany and Britain, where many people exclude meat for health reasons. In these countries, at least, it (A30) ... out to be a matter of (A31) ... rather than necessity.

1) idea
2) matter
3) opinion
4) theory

11
Задание 30 № 930

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Until recently, vegetarianism was fairly uncommon in Britain, and it is still (A22) ... strange by some. But since the 1960s its popularity has (A23) ... greatly, to the extent that high street stores stock a huge (A24) ... of products for vegetarians. The reasons people (A25) ... for not eating meat are numerous. Perhaps most vegetarians do it for moral reasons, arguing that it is wrong to kill. The opposing point of (A26) ... is that it is (A27) ... for us to kill for food. Still, there are societies where eating meat is not allowed because it is against their religion. There are other good reasons to (A28) ... up meat, one of which is the inefficiency of livestock farming. Although it is, in (A29) ... cheaper to eat only vegetables, in practice vegetarianism is most popular in richer countries such as Germany and Britain, where many people exclude meat for health reasons. In these countries, at least, it (A30) ... out to be a matter of (A31) ... rather than necessity.

1) gets
2) goes
3) turns
4) comes

12
Задание 31 № 931

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Until recently, vegetarianism was fairly uncommon in Britain, and it is still (A22) ... strange by some. But since the 1960s its popularity has (A23) ... greatly, to the extent that high street stores stock a huge (A24) ... of products for vegetarians. The reasons people (A25) ... for not eating meat are numerous. Perhaps most vegetarians do it for moral reasons, arguing that it is wrong to kill. The opposing point of (A26) ... is that it is (A27) ... for us to kill for food. Still, there are societies where eating meat is not allowed because it is against their religion. There are other good reasons to (A28) ... up meat, one of which is the inefficiency of livestock farming. Although it is, in (A29) ... cheaper to eat only vegetables, in practice vegetarianism is most popular in richer countries such as Germany and Britain, where many people exclude meat for health reasons. In these countries, at least, it (A30) ... out to be a matter of (A31) ... rather than necessity.

1) election
2) choice
3) selection
4) variety

13
Задание 22 № 982

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Attitudes towards shopping have changed dramatically over the last decade or so. Some people argue that we have (A22) ... a society of consumers, and that nothing but spending money (A23) ... us happy. On the other (A24) ..., anyone who has worked hard to (A25) ... money surely has the right to spend it on whatever they wish. Provided that we are prepared to save enough of our money for a rainy day, there seems little wrong with using the rest to (A26) ... for things that (A27) ... us pleasure. The delights of shopping are all too obvious. Attractive displays of food on supermarket shelves, and clothes which look fantastic on shop window models, tempt customers to part with their money, even if they do not actually need the goods they are buying. The real question is: would we all be happier if we were (A28) ...? The answer is probably that we can be just as happy with money as we can without it. ERRA, what we should do is (A29) ... an affort to return to the things that really (A30) ... in life and share what we have worked so (A31) ... to get with others less fortunate than ourselves.

1) begun
2) become
3) gone
4) turned

14
Задание 22 № 1042

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Years ago, back in the days when I was just a kid, my family used to have Sunday picnics together in a nearby part of the countryside. We would (A22) ... a suitably quiet and pleasant spot, then (A23) ... several hours chatting, eating and playing games in the (A24) ... air. Since then, though, my parents' life has become so busy that they never seem to have the time for outdoor family meals any more. In my (A25) ... this is a great pity, so I've recently started to organise picnics of my own. I get in (A26) ... with some of my closest friends and first we (A27) ... on a suitable place to go. Then we talk about who'll bring which food. This ensures that there will be a (A28) ... of tasty things to eat, particularly if everyone makes the meals they do best. It's important, though, to keep the food simple, as everything has to (A29) ... into a backpack and then be carried across fields and up river vall's. When we finally (A30) ... our destination, it's time to sit down, relax and (A31) ... each other's company. And I'm absolutely certain that food tastes better on a picnic than anywhere else!

1) look
2) find
3) search
4) locate

15
Задание 22 № 1102

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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

16
Задание 23 № 1103

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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

17
Задание 22 № 1222

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When the Moscow State Circus goes on its annual (A22) ... of Europe, the younger members of the circus are still expected to (A23) ... with their education. The circus usually stops for a few days in each town, so how do the young performers manage? One twelve-year-old gets up very early to practise her act before going to school. "It's exhausting (A24) ... but I like the circus life," she says. "The worst part is when I (A25) ... new friends and have to leave them, although I try to keep in (A26) ... with them." The person who (A27)... the circus (A28)... sure that all the children get a proper education. When the circus arrives in Britain, he (A29) ... the traveller education service and gives them the details of all the children and when they will be in certain towns and cities. "It's a fantastic system, he says. "I receive a (A30) ... when we (A31) ... the next town telling us where to meet. We are then accompanied to the school and introduced to the head teacher."

1) voyage
2) tour
3) travel
4) journey

18
Задание 23 № 1223

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When the Moscow State Circus goes on its annual (A22) ... of Europe, the younger members of the circus are still expected to (A23) ... with their education. The circus usually stops for a few days in each town, so how do the young performers manage? One twelve-year-old gets up very early to practise her act before going to school. "It's exhausting (A24) ... but I like the circus life," she says. "The worst part is when I (A25) ... new friends and have to leave them, although I try to keep in (A26) ... with them." The person who (A27)... the circus (A28)... sure that all the children get a proper education. When the circus arrives in Britain, he (A29) ... the traveller education service and gives them the details of all the children and when they will be in certain towns and cities. "It's a fantastic system, he says. "I receive a (A30) ... when we (A31) ... the next town telling us where to meet. We are then accompanied to the school and introduced to the head teacher."

1) progress
2) succeed
3) continue
4) catch

19
Задание 24 № 1224

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When the Moscow State Circus goes on its annual (A22) ... of Europe, the younger members of the circus are still expected to (A23) ... with their education. The circus usually stops for a few days in each town, so how do the young performers manage? One twelve-year-old gets up very early to practise her act before going to school. "It's exhausting (A24) ... but I like the circus life," she says. "The worst part is when I (A25) ... new friends and have to leave them, although I try to keep in (A26) ... with them." The person who (A27)... the circus (A28)... sure that all the children get a proper education. When the circus arrives in Britain, he (A29) ... the traveller education service and gives them the details of all the children and when they will be in certain towns and cities. "It's a fantastic system, he says. "I receive a (A30) ... when we (A31) ... the next town telling us where to meet. We are then accompanied to the school and introduced to the head teacher."

1) job
2) work
3) career
4) occupation

20
Задание 25 № 1225

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When the Moscow State Circus goes on its annual (A22) ... of Europe, the younger members of the circus are still expected to (A23) ... with their education. The circus usually stops for a few days in each town, so how do the young performers manage? One twelve-year-old gets up very early to practise her act before going to school. "It's exhausting (A24) ... but I like the circus life," she says. "The worst part is when I (A25) ... new friends and have to leave them, although I try to keep in (A26) ... with them." The person who (A27)... the circus (A28)... sure that all the children get a proper education. When the circus arrives in Britain, he (A29) ... the traveller education service and gives them the details of all the children and when they will be in certain towns and cities. "It's a fantastic system, he says. "I receive a (A30) ... when we (A31) ... the next town telling us where to meet. We are then accompanied to the school and introduced to the head teacher."

1) make
2) do
3) receive
4) know

21
Задание 26 № 1226

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When the Moscow State Circus goes on its annual (A22) ... of Europe, the younger members of the circus are still expected to (A23) ... with their education. The circus usually stops for a few days in each town, so how do the young performers manage? One twelve-year-old gets up very early to practise her act before going to school. "It's exhausting (A24) ... but I like the circus life," she says. "The worst part is when I (A25) ... new friends and have to leave them, although I try to keep in (A26) ... with them." The person who (A27)... the circus (A28)... sure that all the children get a proper education. When the circus arrives in Britain, he (A29) ... the traveller education service and gives them the details of all the children and when they will be in certain towns and cities. "It's a fantastic system, he says. "I receive a (A30) ... when we (A31) ... the next town telling us where to meet. We are then accompanied to the school and introduced to the head teacher."

1) mind
2) touch
3) view
4) line

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Задание 27 № 1227

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When the Moscow State Circus goes on its annual (A22) ... of Europe, the younger members of the circus are still expected to (A23) ... with their education. The circus usually stops for a few days in each town, so how do the young performers manage? One twelve-year-old gets up very early to practise her act before going to school. "It's exhausting (A24) ... but I like the circus life," she says. "The worst part is when I (A25) ... new friends and have to leave them, although I try to keep in (A26) ... with them." The person who (A27)... the circus (A28)... sure that all the children get a proper education. When the circus arrives in Britain, he (A29) ... the traveller education service and gives them the details of all the children and when they will be in certain towns and cities. "It's a fantastic system, he says. "I receive a (A30) ... when we (A31) ... the next town telling us where to meet. We are then accompanied to the school and introduced to the head teacher."

1) drives
2) charges
3) conducts
4) runs

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Задание 28 № 1228

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When the Moscow State Circus goes on its annual (A22) ... of Europe, the younger members of the circus are still expected to (A23) ... with their education. The circus usually stops for a few days in each town, so how do the young performers manage? One twelve-year-old gets up very early to practise her act before going to school. "It's exhausting (A24) ... but I like the circus life," she says. "The worst part is when I (A25) ... new friends and have to leave them, although I try to keep in (A26) ... with them." The person who (A27)... the circus (A28)... sure that all the children get a proper education. When the circus arrives in Britain, he (A29) ... the traveller education service and gives them the details of all the children and when they will be in certain towns and cities. "It's a fantastic system, he says. "I receive a (A30) ... when we (A31) ... the next town telling us where to meet. We are then accompanied to the school and introduced to the head teacher."

1) turns
2) comes
3) does
4) makes

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Задание 29 № 1229

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When the Moscow State Circus goes on its annual (A22) ... of Europe, the younger members of the circus are still expected to (A23) ... with their education. The circus usually stops for a few days in each town, so how do the young performers manage? One twelve-year-old gets up very early to practise her act before going to school. "It's exhausting (A24) ... but I like the circus life," she says. "The worst part is when I (A25) ... new friends and have to leave them, although I try to keep in (A26) ... with them." The person who (A27)... the circus (A28)... sure that all the children get a proper education. When the circus arrives in Britain, he (A29) ... the traveller education service and gives them the details of all the children and when they will be in certain towns and cities. "It's a fantastic system, he says. "I receive a (A30) ... when we (A31) ... the next town telling us where to meet. We are then accompanied to the school and introduced to the head teacher."

1) connects
2) demands
3) contacts
4) appeals

25
Задание 30 № 1230

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When the Moscow State Circus goes on its annual (A22) ... of Europe, the younger members of the circus are still expected to (A23) ... with their education. The circus usually stops for a few days in each town, so how do the young performers manage? One twelve-year-old gets up very early to practise her act before going to school. "It's exhausting (A24) ... but I like the circus life," she says. "The worst part is when I (A25) ... new friends and have to leave them, although I try to keep in (A26) ... with them." The person who (A27)... the circus (A28)... sure that all the children get a proper education. When the circus arrives in Britain, he (A29) ... the traveller education service and gives them the details of all the children and when they will be in certain towns and cities. "It's a fantastic system, he says. "I receive a (A30) ... when we (A31) ... the next town telling us where to meet. We are then accompanied to the school and introduced to the head teacher."

1) news
2) sign
3) signal
4) message

26
Задание 31 № 1231

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When the Moscow State Circus goes on its annual (A22) ... of Europe, the younger members of the circus are still expected to (A23) ... with their education. The circus usually stops for a few days in each town, so how do the young performers manage? One twelve-year-old gets up very early to practise her act before going to school. "It's exhausting (A24) ... but I like the circus life," she says. "The worst part is when I (A25) ... new friends and have to leave them, although I try to keep in (A26) ... with them." The person who (A27)... the circus (A28)... sure that all the children get a proper education. When the circus arrives in Britain, he (A29) ... the traveller education service and gives them the details of all the children and when they will be in certain towns and cities. "It's a fantastic system, he says. "I receive a (A30) ... when we (A31) ... the next town telling us where to meet. We are then accompanied to the school and introduced to the head teacher."

1) reach
2) arrive
3) enter
4) move

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Задание 22 № 1282

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Whether you like it or not, celebrity gossip is hard to avoid. Newspapers, magazines and websites are (A22) ... with photos of the stars. Celebrities, (A23) ... the badly-behaved ones, regularly (A24) ... enormous publicity in the media. It seems we're (A25) ... by scandal, eager to know who is going out whom, and whose marriage has just fallen apart. Thanks to the public's (A26) ... for gossip, a paparazzo can be (A27) ... $500,000 for each 'exclusive' photo of stars like Britney Spears and Cristiano Ronaldol

Celebrities (A28) ... that money-hungry reporters and photographers follow them everywhere they go, often (A29) ... them serious troubles. In response, celebrity hunters argue that famous people shouldn't be so sensitive. They should accept their loss of privacy as the (A30) ... of wealth and success. But have things gone too far? Do we really have a 'right to read about stars having a mental breakdown, or to see pictures of them looking completely devastated after they've (A31) ... up with their husband or wife? There seems to be a fine line between curiosity and cruelty.

1) tight
2) full
3) busy
4) расked

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Задание 23 № 1283

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Whether you like it or not, celebrity gossip is hard to avoid. Newspapers, magazines and websites are (A22) ... with photos of the stars. Celebrities, (A23) ... the badly-behaved ones, regularly (A24) ... enormous publicity in the media. It seems we're (A25) ... by scandal, eager to know who is going out whom, and whose marriage has just fallen apart. Thanks to the public's (A26) ... for gossip, a paparazzo can be (A27) ... $500,000 for each 'exclusive' photo of stars like Britney Spears and Cristiano Ronaldol

Celebrities (A28) ... that money-hungry reporters and photographers follow them everywhere they go, often (A29) ... them serious troubles. In response, celebrity hunters argue that famous people shouldn't be so sensitive. They should accept their loss of privacy as the (A30) ... of wealth and success. But have things gone too far? Do we really have a 'right to read about stars having a mental breakdown, or to see pictures of them looking completely devastated after they've (A31) ... up with their husband or wife? There seems to be a fine line between curiosity and cruelty.

1) peculiarly
2) especially
3) remarkably
4) extremely

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Задание 24 № 1284

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Whether you like it or not, celebrity gossip is hard to avoid. Newspapers, magazines and websites are (A22) ... with photos of the stars. Celebrities, (A23) ... the badly-behaved ones, regularly (A24) ... enormous publicity in the media. It seems we're (A25) ... by scandal, eager to know who is going out whom, and whose marriage has just fallen apart. Thanks to the public's (A26) ... for gossip, a paparazzo can be (A27) ... $500,000 for each 'exclusive' photo of stars like Britney Spears and Cristiano Ronaldol

Celebrities (A28) ... that money-hungry reporters and photographers follow them everywhere they go, often (A29) ... them serious troubles. In response, celebrity hunters argue that famous people shouldn't be so sensitive. They should accept their loss of privacy as the (A30) ... of wealth and success. But have things gone too far? Do we really have a 'right to read about stars having a mental breakdown, or to see pictures of them looking completely devastated after they've (A31) ... up with their husband or wife? There seems to be a fine line between curiosity and cruelty.

1) receive
2) give
3) make
4) earn

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Задание 25 № 1285

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Whether you like it or not, celebrity gossip is hard to avoid. Newspapers, magazines and websites are (A22) ... with photos of the stars. Celebrities, (A23) ... the badly-behaved ones, regularly (A24) ... enormous publicity in the media. It seems we're (A25) ... by scandal, eager to know who is going out whom, and whose marriage has just fallen apart. Thanks to the public's (A26) ... for gossip, a paparazzo can be (A27) ... $500,000 for each 'exclusive' photo of stars like Britney Spears and Cristiano Ronaldol

Celebrities (A28) ... that money-hungry reporters and photographers follow them everywhere they go, often (A29) ... them serious troubles. In response, celebrity hunters argue that famous people shouldn't be so sensitive. They should accept their loss of privacy as the (A30) ... of wealth and success. But have things gone too far? Do we really have a 'right to read about stars having a mental breakdown, or to see pictures of them looking completely devastated after they've (A31) ... up with their husband or wife? There seems to be a fine line between curiosity and cruelty.

1) interested
2) keen
3) fascinated
4) fond

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Задание 26 № 1286

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Whether you like it or not, celebrity gossip is hard to avoid. Newspapers, magazines and websites are (A22) ... with photos of the stars. Celebrities, (A23) ... the badly-behaved ones, regularly (A24) ... enormous publicity in the media. It seems we're (A25) ... by scandal, eager to know who is going out whom, and whose marriage has just fallen apart. Thanks to the public's (A26) ... for gossip, a paparazzo can be (A27) ... $500,000 for each 'exclusive' photo of stars like Britney Spears and Cristiano Ronaldol

Celebrities (A28) ... that money-hungry reporters and photographers follow them everywhere they go, often (A29) ... them serious troubles. In response, celebrity hunters argue that famous people shouldn't be so sensitive. They should accept their loss of privacy as the (A30) ... of wealth and success. But have things gone too far? Do we really have a 'right to read about stars having a mental breakdown, or to see pictures of them looking completely devastated after they've (A31) ... up with their husband or wife? There seems to be a fine line between curiosity and cruelty.

1) hunger
2) wish
3) love
4) want

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Задание 27 № 1287

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Whether you like it or not, celebrity gossip is hard to avoid. Newspapers, magazines and websites are (A22) ... with photos of the stars. Celebrities, (A23) ... the badly-behaved ones, regularly (A24) ... enormous publicity in the media. It seems we're (A25) ... by scandal, eager to know who is going out whom, and whose marriage has just fallen apart. Thanks to the public's (A26) ... for gossip, a paparazzo can be (A27) ... $500,000 for each 'exclusive' photo of stars like Britney Spears and Cristiano Ronaldol

Celebrities (A28) ... that money-hungry reporters and photographers follow them everywhere they go, often (A29) ... them serious troubles. In response, celebrity hunters argue that famous people shouldn't be so sensitive. They should accept their loss of privacy as the (A30) ... of wealth and success. But have things gone too far? Do we really have a 'right to read about stars having a mental breakdown, or to see pictures of them looking completely devastated after they've (A31) ... up with their husband or wife? There seems to be a fine line between curiosity and cruelty.

1) paid
2) earned
3) made
4) cost

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Задание 28 № 1288

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Whether you like it or not, celebrity gossip is hard to avoid. Newspapers, magazines and websites are (A22) ... with photos of the stars. Celebrities, (A23) ... the badly-behaved ones, regularly (A24) ... enormous publicity in the media. It seems we're (A25) ... by scandal, eager to know who is going out whom, and whose marriage has just fallen apart. Thanks to the public's (A26) ... for gossip, a paparazzo can be (A27) ... $500,000 for each 'exclusive' photo of stars like Britney Spears and Cristiano Ronaldol

Celebrities (A28) ... that money-hungry reporters and photographers follow them everywhere they go, often (A29) ... them serious troubles. In response, celebrity hunters argue that famous people shouldn't be so sensitive. They should accept their loss of privacy as the (A30) ... of wealth and success. But have things gone too far? Do we really have a 'right to read about stars having a mental breakdown, or to see pictures of them looking completely devastated after they've (A31) ... up with their husband or wife? There seems to be a fine line between curiosity and cruelty.

1) blame
2) accuse
3) deny
4) complain

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Задание 29 № 1289

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Whether you like it or not, celebrity gossip is hard to avoid. Newspapers, magazines and websites are (A22) ... with photos of the stars. Celebrities, (A23) ... the badly-behaved ones, regularly (A24) ... enormous publicity in the media. It seems we're (A25) ... by scandal, eager to know who is going out whom, and whose marriage has just fallen apart. Thanks to the public's (A26) ... for gossip, a paparazzo can be (A27) ... $500,000 for each 'exclusive' photo of stars like Britney Spears and Cristiano Ronaldol

Celebrities (A28) ... that money-hungry reporters and photographers follow them everywhere they go, often (A29) ... them serious troubles. In response, celebrity hunters argue that famous people shouldn't be so sensitive. They should accept their loss of privacy as the (A30) ... of wealth and success. But have things gone too far? Do we really have a 'right to read about stars having a mental breakdown, or to see pictures of them looking completely devastated after they've (A31) ... up with their husband or wife? There seems to be a fine line between curiosity and cruelty.

1) making
2) causing
3) leading
4) resulting

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Задание 30 № 1290

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Whether you like it or not, celebrity gossip is hard to avoid. Newspapers, magazines and websites are (A22) ... with photos of the stars. Celebrities, (A23) ... the badly-behaved ones, regularly (A24) ... enormous publicity in the media. It seems we're (A25) ... by scandal, eager to know who is going out whom, and whose marriage has just fallen apart. Thanks to the public's (A26) ... for gossip, a paparazzo can be (A27) ... $500,000 for each 'exclusive' photo of stars like Britney Spears and Cristiano Ronaldol

Celebrities (A28) ... that money-hungry reporters and photographers follow them everywhere they go, often (A29) ... them serious troubles. In response, celebrity hunters argue that famous people shouldn't be so sensitive. They should accept their loss of privacy as the (A30) ... of wealth and success. But have things gone too far? Do we really have a 'right to read about stars having a mental breakdown, or to see pictures of them looking completely devastated after they've (A31) ... up with their husband or wife? There seems to be a fine line between curiosity and cruelty.

1) value
2) price
3) worth
4) charge

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Задание 31 № 1291

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Whether you like it or not, celebrity gossip is hard to avoid. Newspapers, magazines and websites are (A22) ... with photos of the stars. Celebrities, (A23) ... the badly-behaved ones, regularly (A24) ... enormous publicity in the media. It seems we're (A25) ... by scandal, eager to know who is going out whom, and whose marriage has just fallen apart. Thanks to the public's (A26) ... for gossip, a paparazzo can be (A27) ... $500,000 for each 'exclusive' photo of stars like Britney Spears and Cristiano Ronaldol

Celebrities (A28) ... that money-hungry reporters and photographers follow them everywhere they go, often (A29) ... them serious troubles. In response, celebrity hunters argue that famous people shouldn't be so sensitive. They should accept their loss of privacy as the (A30) ... of wealth and success. But have things gone too far? Do we really have a 'right to read about stars having a mental breakdown, or to see pictures of them looking completely devastated after they've (A31) ... up with their husband or wife? There seems to be a fine line between curiosity and cruelty.

1) divided
2) cut
3) torn
4) split

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