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Задание 23 № 23

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Roger Press, 40, has (A23) … his career. After spending five years as a concert pianist he has gone into business, recently (A24) … up his own company. „I have always thought that it‟s important to be commercial, to participate and compete in the modern world. So although moving on was a difficult decision, having (A25) … it I felt relieved in many ways. When I (A26) … up my performing career, people around me were more sad and disappointed than I was. But I felt free and at last I knew I was getting serious about life. After getting a qualification in business administration I (A27) … the recording company EMI and started producing programmes about famous artists. A year ago I left EMI and formed a new company, New Media Systems, which (A28) … in multimedia programmes. Now that I run my own business I am in control of my life and I can feel (A29) … of my achievements. Although the stress is high and I work (A30) … hours, the stress (A31) … in piano playing was much worse. It (A32) … physical, emotional and mental skills. I prefer the pressures I live with now.'

1) moved
2) changed
3) adjusted
4) replaced

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Задание 24 № 24

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Roger Press, 40, has (A23) … his career. After spending five years as a concert pianist he has gone into business, recently (A24) … up his own company. „I have always thought that it‟s important to be commercial, to participate and compete in the modern world. So although moving on was a difficult decision, having (A25) … it I felt relieved in many ways. When I (A26) … up my performing career, people around me were more sad and disappointed than I was. But I felt free and at last I knew I was getting serious about life. After getting a qualification in business administration I (A27) … the recording company EMI and started producing programmes about famous artists. A year ago I left EMI and formed a new company, New Media Systems, which (A28) … in multimedia programmes. Now that I run my own business I am in control of my life and I can feel (A29) … of my achievements. Although the stress is high and I work (A30) … hours, the stress (A31) … in piano playing was much worse. It (A32) … physical, emotional and mental skills. I prefer the pressures I live with now.'

1) taking
2) setting
3) making
4) bringing

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Задание 25 № 25

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Roger Press, 40, has (A23) … his career. After spending five years as a concert pianist he has gone into business, recently (A24) … up his own company. „I have always thought that it‟s important to be commercial, to participate and compete in the modern world. So although moving on was a difficult decision, having (A25) … it I felt relieved in many ways. When I (A26) … up my performing career, people around me were more sad and disappointed than I was. But I felt free and at last I knew I was getting serious about life. After getting a qualification in business administration I (A27) … the recording company EMI and started producing programmes about famous artists. A year ago I left EMI and formed a new company, New Media Systems, which (A28) … in multimedia programmes. Now that I run my own business I am in control of my life and I can feel (A29) … of my achievements. Although the stress is high and I work (A30) … hours, the stress (A31) … in piano playing was much worse. It (A32) … physical, emotional and mental skills. I prefer the pressures I live with now.'

1) held
2) entered
3) arrived
4) reached

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Задание 26 № 26

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Roger Press, 40, has (A23) … his career. After spending five years as a concert pianist he has gone into business, recently (A24) … up his own company. „I have always thought that it‟s important to be commercial, to participate and compete in the modern world. So although moving on was a difficult decision, having (A25) … it I felt relieved in many ways. When I (A26) … up my performing career, people around me were more sad and disappointed than I was. But I felt free and at last I knew I was getting serious about life. After getting a qualification in business administration I (A27) … the recording company EMI and started producing programmes about famous artists. A year ago I left EMI and formed a new company, New Media Systems, which (A28) … in multimedia programmes. Now that I run my own business I am in control of my life and I can feel (A29) … of my achievements. Although the stress is high and I work (A30) … hours, the stress (A31) … in piano playing was much worse. It (A32) … physical, emotional and mental skills. I prefer the pressures I live with now.'

1) broke
2) brought
3) gave
4) put

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Задание 27 № 27

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Roger Press, 40, has (A23) … his career. After spending five years as a concert pianist he has gone into business, recently (A24) … up his own company. „I have always thought that it‟s important to be commercial, to participate and compete in the modern world. So although moving on was a difficult decision, having (A25) … it I felt relieved in many ways. When I (A26) … up my performing career, people around me were more sad and disappointed than I was. But I felt free and at last I knew I was getting serious about life. After getting a qualification in business administration I (A27) … the recording company EMI and started producing programmes about famous artists. A year ago I left EMI and formed a new company, New Media Systems, which (A28) … in multimedia programmes. Now that I run my own business I am in control of my life and I can feel (A29) … of my achievements. Although the stress is high and I work (A30) … hours, the stress (A31) … in piano playing was much worse. It (A32) … physical, emotional and mental skills. I prefer the pressures I live with now.'

1) enrolled
2) applied
3) attended
4) joined

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Задание 28 № 28

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Roger Press, 40, has (A23) … his career. After spending five years as a concert pianist he has gone into business, recently (A24) … up his own company. „I have always thought that it‟s important to be commercial, to participate and compete in the modern world. So although moving on was a difficult decision, having (A25) … it I felt relieved in many ways. When I (A26) … up my performing career, people around me were more sad and disappointed than I was. But I felt free and at last I knew I was getting serious about life. After getting a qualification in business administration I (A27) … the recording company EMI and started producing programmes about famous artists. A year ago I left EMI and formed a new company, New Media Systems, which (A28) … in multimedia programmes. Now that I run my own business I am in control of my life and I can feel (A29) … of my achievements. Although the stress is high and I work (A30) … hours, the stress (A31) … in piano playing was much worse. It (A32) … physical, emotional and mental skills. I prefer the pressures I live with now.'

1) specialises
2) focuses
3) concentrates
4) dedicates

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Задание 29 № 29

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Roger Press, 40, has (A23) … his career. After spending five years as a concert pianist he has gone into business, recently (A24) … up his own company. „I have always thought that it‟s important to be commercial, to participate and compete in the modern world. So although moving on was a difficult decision, having (A25) … it I felt relieved in many ways. When I (A26) … up my performing career, people around me were more sad and disappointed than I was. But I felt free and at last I knew I was getting serious about life. After getting a qualification in business administration I (A27) … the recording company EMI and started producing programmes about famous artists. A year ago I left EMI and formed a new company, New Media Systems, which (A28) … in multimedia programmes. Now that I run my own business I am in control of my life and I can feel (A29) … of my achievements. Although the stress is high and I work (A30) … hours, the stress (A31) … in piano playing was much worse. It (A32) … physical, emotional and mental skills. I prefer the pressures I live with now.'

1) proud
2) satisfied
3) content
4) pleased

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Задание 31 № 31

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Roger Press, 40, has (A23) … his career. After spending five years as a concert pianist he has gone into business, recently (A24) … up his own company. „I have always thought that it‟s important to be commercial, to participate and compete in the modern world. So although moving on was a difficult decision, having (A25) … it I felt relieved in many ways. When I (A26) … up my performing career, people around me were more sad and disappointed than I was. But I felt free and at last I knew I was getting serious about life. After getting a qualification in business administration I (A27) … the recording company EMI and started producing programmes about famous artists. A year ago I left EMI and formed a new company, New Media Systems, which (A28) … in multimedia programmes. Now that I run my own business I am in control of my life and I can feel (A29) … of my achievements. Although the stress is high and I work (A30) … hours, the stress (A31) … in piano playing was much worse. It (A32) … physical, emotional and mental skills. I prefer the pressures I live with now.'

1) consisted
2) contained
3) comprised
4) involved

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Задание 25 № 85

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Hollywood is associated with fame, fortune and glamour. Every year, thousands of young people (A25) ... up there, hoping that a producer will spot them and think they have that special something that audiences want to see. Unfortunately, most of them are (A26) ... on a journey that leads to disappointment. Take a (A27) ... round Los Angeles and ask any waiter or waitress and they will tell you that they are only working there for the time being, until they get their break in films. A combination of failure and economic problems usually means that they eventually (A28)... up their minds to leave and return to the small town they came from, without having made their fortune.

Before you come to the (A29) ... that a life in film is for you, ask yourself carefully if you are ready for that change of direction. You'll have to travel and live for a long time at your own (A30) ..., working in jobs that provide you with a low (A31) ..., with only the occasional glimpse of a star to (A32) ... you where you want to be.

1) send
2) move
3) turn
4) play

10
Задание 26 № 86

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Hollywood is associated with fame, fortune and glamour. Every year, thousands of young people (A25) ... up there, hoping that a producer will spot them and think they have that special something that audiences want to see. Unfortunately, most of them are (A26) ... on a journey that leads to disappointment. Take a (A27) ... round Los Angeles and ask any waiter or waitress and they will tell you that they are only working there for the time being, until they get their break in films. A combination of failure and economic problems usually means that they eventually (A28)... up their minds to leave and return to the small town they came from, without having made their fortune.

Before you come to the (A29) ... that a life in film is for you, ask yourself carefully if you are ready for that change of direction. You'll have to travel and live for a long time at your own (A30) ..., working in jobs that provide you with a low (A31) ..., with only the occasional glimpse of a star to (A32) ... you where you want to be.

1) making out
2) setting off
3) taking off
4) moving out

11
Задание 31 № 91

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Hollywood is associated with fame, fortune and glamour. Every year, thousands of young people (A25) ... up there, hoping that a producer will spot them and think they have that special something that audiences want to see. Unfortunately, most of them are (A26) ... on a journey that leads to disappointment. Take a (A27) ... round Los Angeles and ask any waiter or waitress and they will tell you that they are only working there for the time being, until they get their break in films. A combination of failure and economic problems usually means that they eventually (A28)... up their minds to leave and return to the small town they came from, without having made their fortune.

Before you come to the (A29) ... that a life in film is for you, ask yourself carefully if you are ready for that change of direction. You'll have to travel and live for a long time at your own (A30) ..., working in jobs that provide you with a low (A31) ..., with only the occasional glimpse of a star to (A32) ... you where you want to be.

1) income
2) earning
3) charge
4) interest

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Задание 32 № 92

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Hollywood is associated with fame, fortune and glamour. Every year, thousands of young people (A25) ... up there, hoping that a producer will spot them and think they have that special something that audiences want to see. Unfortunately, most of them are (A26) ... on a journey that leads to disappointment. Take a (A27) ... round Los Angeles and ask any waiter or waitress and they will tell you that they are only working there for the time being, until they get their break in films. A combination of failure and economic problems usually means that they eventually (A28)... up their minds to leave and return to the small town they came from, without having made their fortune.

Before you come to the (A29) ... that a life in film is for you, ask yourself carefully if you are ready for that change of direction. You'll have to travel and live for a long time at your own (A30) ..., working in jobs that provide you with a low (A31) ..., with only the occasional glimpse of a star to (A32) ... you where you want to be.

1) say
2) remember
3) recall
4) remind

13
Задание 23 № 143

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Do you ever wish you were more optimistic? Having someone around who always (A23) ... the worst isn't really a lot of fun —  we all know someone who sees a single cloud on a sunny day and says, "It (A24) ... like rain." But if you catch yourself thinking such things, it's important to do something about it. You can change your view of life, according to psychologists. It only takes a little (A25) ..., and you'll find life more rewarding as a result. Optimism, they say, is partly about self-respect and confidence but it's also a more positive way of looking at life and all it has to (A26) ... . Optimists are more likely to start new projects and are generally more prepared to (A27) ... risks. Upbringing is obviously very important in forming your (A28)... to the world. Some people are brought up to (A29)... too much on others and grow up forever blaming other people when anything (A30) ... wrong. Most optimists, on the other hand, have been brought up not to regard failure as the end of the world — they just (A31) ... with their lives.

1) worries
2) cares
3) fears
4) doubts

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Задание 24 № 144

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Do you ever wish you were more optimistic? Having someone around who always (A23) ... the worst isn't really a lot of fun —  we all know someone who sees a single cloud on a sunny day and says, "It (A24) ... like rain." But if you catch yourself thinking such things, it's important to do something about it. You can change your view of life, according to psychologists. It only takes a little (A25) ..., and you'll find life more rewarding as a result. Optimism, they say, is partly about self-respect and confidence but it's also a more positive way of looking at life and all it has to (A26) ... . Optimists are more likely to start new projects and are generally more prepared to (A27) ... risks. Upbringing is obviously very important in forming your (A28)... to the world. Some people are brought up to (A29)... too much on others and grow up forever blaming other people when anything (A30) ... wrong. Most optimists, on the other hand, have been brought up not to regard failure as the end of the world — they just (A31) ... with their lives.

1) feels
2) appears
3) seems
4) looks

15
Задание 25 № 145

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Do you ever wish you were more optimistic? Having someone around who always (A23) ... the worst isn't really a lot of fun —  we all know someone who sees a single cloud on a sunny day and says, "It (A24) ... like rain." But if you catch yourself thinking such things, it's important to do something about it. You can change your view of life, according to psychologists. It only takes a little (A25) ..., and you'll find life more rewarding as a result. Optimism, they say, is partly about self-respect and confidence but it's also a more positive way of looking at life and all it has to (A26) ... . Optimists are more likely to start new projects and are generally more prepared to (A27) ... risks. Upbringing is obviously very important in forming your (A28)... to the world. Some people are brought up to (A29)... too much on others and grow up forever blaming other people when anything (A30) ... wrong. Most optimists, on the other hand, have been brought up not to regard failure as the end of the world — they just (A31) ... with their lives.

1) effort
2) power
3) force
4) trial

16
Задание 26 № 146

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Do you ever wish you were more optimistic? Having someone around who always (A23) ... the worst isn't really a lot of fun —  we all know someone who sees a single cloud on a sunny day and says, "It (A24) ... like rain." But if you catch yourself thinking such things, it's important to do something about it. You can change your view of life, according to psychologists. It only takes a little (A25) ..., and you'll find life more rewarding as a result. Optimism, they say, is partly about self-respect and confidence but it's also a more positive way of looking at life and all it has to (A26) ... . Optimists are more likely to start new projects and are generally more prepared to (A27) ... risks. Upbringing is obviously very important in forming your (A28)... to the world. Some people are brought up to (A29)... too much on others and grow up forever blaming other people when anything (A30) ... wrong. Most optimists, on the other hand, have been brought up not to regard failure as the end of the world — they just (A31) ... with their lives.

1) supply
2) suppose
3) propose
4) offer

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Задание 27 № 147

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Do you ever wish you were more optimistic? Having someone around who always (A23) ... the worst isn't really a lot of fun —  we all know someone who sees a single cloud on a sunny day and says, "It (A24) ... like rain." But if you catch yourself thinking such things, it's important to do something about it. You can change your view of life, according to psychologists. It only takes a little (A25) ..., and you'll find life more rewarding as a result. Optimism, they say, is partly about self-respect and confidence but it's also a more positive way of looking at life and all it has to (A26) ... . Optimists are more likely to start new projects and are generally more prepared to (A27) ... risks. Upbringing is obviously very important in forming your (A28)... to the world. Some people are brought up to (A29)... too much on others and grow up forever blaming other people when anything (A30) ... wrong. Most optimists, on the other hand, have been brought up not to regard failure as the end of the world — they just (A31) ... with their lives.

1) make
2) have
3) take
4) bring

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Задание 28 № 148

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Do you ever wish you were more optimistic? Having someone around who always (A23) ... the worst isn't really a lot of fun —  we all know someone who sees a single cloud on a sunny day and says, "It (A24) ... like rain." But if you catch yourself thinking such things, it's important to do something about it. You can change your view of life, according to psychologists. It only takes a little (A25) ..., and you'll find life more rewarding as a result. Optimism, they say, is partly about self-respect and confidence but it's also a more positive way of looking at life and all it has to (A26) ... . Optimists are more likely to start new projects and are generally more prepared to (A27) ... risks. Upbringing is obviously very important in forming your (A28)... to the world. Some people are brought up to (A29)... too much on others and grow up forever blaming other people when anything (A30) ... wrong. Most optimists, on the other hand, have been brought up not to regard failure as the end of the world — they just (A31) ... with their lives.

1) opinion
2) position
3) view
4) attitude

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Задание 29 № 149

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Do you ever wish you were more optimistic? Having someone around who always (A23) ... the worst isn't really a lot of fun —  we all know someone who sees a single cloud on a sunny day and says, "It (A24) ... like rain." But if you catch yourself thinking such things, it's important to do something about it. You can change your view of life, according to psychologists. It only takes a little (A25) ..., and you'll find life more rewarding as a result. Optimism, they say, is partly about self-respect and confidence but it's also a more positive way of looking at life and all it has to (A26) ... . Optimists are more likely to start new projects and are generally more prepared to (A27) ... risks. Upbringing is obviously very important in forming your (A28)... to the world. Some people are brought up to (A29)... too much on others and grow up forever blaming other people when anything (A30) ... wrong. Most optimists, on the other hand, have been brought up not to regard failure as the end of the world — they just (A31) ... with their lives.

1) demand
2) depend
3) trust
4) expect

20
Задание 30 № 150

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Do you ever wish you were more optimistic? Having someone around who always (A23) ... the worst isn't really a lot of fun —  we all know someone who sees a single cloud on a sunny day and says, "It (A24) ... like rain." But if you catch yourself thinking such things, it's important to do something about it. You can change your view of life, according to psychologists. It only takes a little (A25) ..., and you'll find life more rewarding as a result. Optimism, they say, is partly about self-respect and confidence but it's also a more positive way of looking at life and all it has to (A26) ... . Optimists are more likely to start new projects and are generally more prepared to (A27) ... risks. Upbringing is obviously very important in forming your (A28)... to the world. Some people are brought up to (A29)... too much on others and grow up forever blaming other people when anything (A30) ... wrong. Most optimists, on the other hand, have been brought up not to regard failure as the end of the world — they just (A31) ... with their lives.

1) goes
2) falls
3) runs
4) happens

21
Задание 31 № 151

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Do you ever wish you were more optimistic? Having someone around who always (A23) ... the worst isn't really a lot of fun —  we all know someone who sees a single cloud on a sunny day and says, "It (A24) ... like rain." But if you catch yourself thinking such things, it's important to do something about it. You can change your view of life, according to psychologists. It only takes a little (A25) ..., and you'll find life more rewarding as a result. Optimism, they say, is partly about self-respect and confidence but it's also a more positive way of looking at life and all it has to (A26) ... . Optimists are more likely to start new projects and are generally more prepared to (A27) ... risks. Upbringing is obviously very important in forming your (A28)... to the world. Some people are brought up to (A29)... too much on others and grow up forever blaming other people when anything (A30) ... wrong. Most optimists, on the other hand, have been brought up not to regard failure as the end of the world — they just (A31) ... with their lives.

1) take up
2) get on
3) move out
4) come over

22
Задание 23 № 203

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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) comedy
2) humour
3) fun
4) joke

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Задание 24 № 204

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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) take
2) go
3) come
4) move

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Задание 25 № 205

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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) occurred
2) started
3) appeared
4) happened

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Задание 26 № 206

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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) full
2) absolute
3) all
4) whole

26
Задание 27 № 207

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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) letting
2) passing
3) holding
4) taking

27
Задание 28 № 208

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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) pick
2) lift
3) hold
4) take

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Задание 29 № 209

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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) turn
2) order
3) result
4) line

29
Задание 30 № 210

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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) place
2) part
3) care
4) role

30
Задание 31 № 211

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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) initials
2) headline
3) title
4) calling

31
Задание 22 № 262

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One of the most difficult but rewarding pastimes is mountain climbing. The modern climber must (A22) ... many different skills. Rock climbing (A23) ... a combination of gymnastic ability, imagination and observation, but perhaps the most necessary skill is being able to (A24) ... out how much weight a particular rock will support. Mountaineers climb in groups of three or four, each climber at a distance of approximately six meters from the next. Usually one person climbs while the other climbers (A25) ... hold of the rope. There is no (A26) ... that the most experienced climber goes first. He shows the other climbers which (A27) ... to go, making the rope secure so that it is (A28)... for the others to follow. With much mountain climbing, snow skills (A29) ... a very important part. The number of dangers (A30) ... by climbers is almost endless. And the (A31) ... of oxygen at high altitudes makes life even more difficult fot mountaineers.

1) own
2) hold
3) keep
4) possess

32
Задание 23 № 263

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One of the most difficult but rewarding pastimes is mountain climbing. The modern climber must (A22) ... many different skills. Rock climbing (A23) ... a combination of gymnastic ability, imagination and observation, but perhaps the most necessary skill is being able to (A24) ... out how much weight a particular rock will support. Mountaineers climb in groups of three or four, each climber at a distance of approximately six meters from the next. Usually one person climbs while the other climbers (A25) ... hold of the rope. There is no (A26) ... that the most experienced climber goes first. He shows the other climbers which (A27) ... to go, making the rope secure so that it is (A28)... for the others to follow. With much mountain climbing, snow skills (A29) ... a very important part. The number of dangers (A30) ... by climbers is almost endless. And the (A31) ... of oxygen at high altitudes makes life even more difficult fot mountaineers.

1) requires
2) insists
3) calls
4) orders

33
Задание 24 № 264

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One of the most difficult but rewarding pastimes is mountain climbing. The modern climber must (A22) ... many different skills. Rock climbing (A23) ... a combination of gymnastic ability, imagination and observation, but perhaps the most necessary skill is being able to (A24) ... out how much weight a particular rock will support. Mountaineers climb in groups of three or four, each climber at a distance of approximately six meters from the next. Usually one person climbs while the other climbers (A25) ... hold of the rope. There is no (A26) ... that the most experienced climber goes first. He shows the other climbers which (A27) ... to go, making the rope secure so that it is (A28)... for the others to follow. With much mountain climbing, snow skills (A29) ... a very important part. The number of dangers (A30) ... by climbers is almost endless. And the (A31) ... of oxygen at high altitudes makes life even more difficult fot mountaineers.

1) put
2) work
3) stand
4) set

34
Задание 25 № 265

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One of the most difficult but rewarding pastimes is mountain climbing. The modern climber must (A22) ... many different skills. Rock climbing (A23) ... a combination of gymnastic ability, imagination and observation, but perhaps the most necessary skill is being able to (A24) ... out how much weight a particular rock will support. Mountaineers climb in groups of three or four, each climber at a distance of approximately six meters from the next. Usually one person climbs while the other climbers (A25) ... hold of the rope. There is no (A26) ... that the most experienced climber goes first. He shows the other climbers which (A27) ... to go, making the rope secure so that it is (A28)... for the others to follow. With much mountain climbing, snow skills (A29) ... a very important part. The number of dangers (A30) ... by climbers is almost endless. And the (A31) ... of oxygen at high altitudes makes life even more difficult fot mountaineers.

1) keep
2) stay
3) continue
4) break

35
Задание 27 № 267

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One of the most difficult but rewarding pastimes is mountain climbing. The modern climber must (A22) ... many different skills. Rock climbing (A23) ... a combination of gymnastic ability, imagination and observation, but perhaps the most necessary skill is being able to (A24) ... out how much weight a particular rock will support. Mountaineers climb in groups of three or four, each climber at a distance of approximately six meters from the next. Usually one person climbs while the other climbers (A25) ... hold of the rope. There is no (A26) ... that the most experienced climber goes first. He shows the other climbers which (A27) ... to go, making the rope secure so that it is (A28)... for the others to follow. With much mountain climbing, snow skills (A29) ... a very important part. The number of dangers (A30) ... by climbers is almost endless. And the (A31) ... of oxygen at high altitudes makes life even more difficult fot mountaineers.

1) step
2) road
3) way
4) lane

36
Задание 28 № 268

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One of the most difficult but rewarding pastimes is mountain climbing. The modern climber must (A22) ... many different skills. Rock climbing (A23) ... a combination of gymnastic ability, imagination and observation, but perhaps the most necessary skill is being able to (A24) ... out how much weight a particular rock will support. Mountaineers climb in groups of three or four, each climber at a distance of approximately six meters from the next. Usually one person climbs while the other climbers (A25) ... hold of the rope. There is no (A26) ... that the most experienced climber goes first. He shows the other climbers which (A27) ... to go, making the rope secure so that it is (A28)... for the others to follow. With much mountain climbing, snow skills (A29) ... a very important part. The number of dangers (A30) ... by climbers is almost endless. And the (A31) ... of oxygen at high altitudes makes life even more difficult fot mountaineers.

1) safe
2) sure
3) evident
4) confident

37
Задание 29 № 269

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One of the most difficult but rewarding pastimes is mountain climbing. The modern climber must (A22) ... many different skills. Rock climbing (A23) ... a combination of gymnastic ability, imagination and observation, but perhaps the most necessary skill is being able to (A24) ... out how much weight a particular rock will support. Mountaineers climb in groups of three or four, each climber at a distance of approximately six meters from the next. Usually one person climbs while the other climbers (A25) ... hold of the rope. There is no (A26) ... that the most experienced climber goes first. He shows the other climbers which (A27) ... to go, making the rope secure so that it is (A28)... for the others to follow. With much mountain climbing, snow skills (A29) ... a very important part. The number of dangers (A30) ... by climbers is almost endless. And the (A31) ... of oxygen at high altitudes makes life even more difficult fot mountaineers.

1) act
2) do
3) make
4) play

38
Задание 30 № 270

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One of the most difficult but rewarding pastimes is mountain climbing. The modern climber must (A22) ... many different skills. Rock climbing (A23) ... a combination of gymnastic ability, imagination and observation, but perhaps the most necessary skill is being able to (A24) ... out how much weight a particular rock will support. Mountaineers climb in groups of three or four, each climber at a distance of approximately six meters from the next. Usually one person climbs while the other climbers (A25) ... hold of the rope. There is no (A26) ... that the most experienced climber goes first. He shows the other climbers which (A27) ... to go, making the rope secure so that it is (A28)... for the others to follow. With much mountain climbing, snow skills (A29) ... a very important part. The number of dangers (A30) ... by climbers is almost endless. And the (A31) ... of oxygen at high altitudes makes life even more difficult fot mountaineers.

1) struggled
2) touched
3) appeared
4) faced

39
Задание 31 № 271

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One of the most difficult but rewarding pastimes is mountain climbing. The modern climber must (A22) ... many different skills. Rock climbing (A23) ... a combination of gymnastic ability, imagination and observation, but perhaps the most necessary skill is being able to (A24) ... out how much weight a particular rock will support. Mountaineers climb in groups of three or four, each climber at a distance of approximately six meters from the next. Usually one person climbs while the other climbers (A25) ... hold of the rope. There is no (A26) ... that the most experienced climber goes first. He shows the other climbers which (A27) ... to go, making the rope secure so that it is (A28)... for the others to follow. With much mountain climbing, snow skills (A29) ... a very important part. The number of dangers (A30) ... by climbers is almost endless. And the (A31) ... of oxygen at high altitudes makes life even more difficult fot mountaineers.

1) loss
2) drawback
3) lack
4) waste

40
Задание 22 № 322

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A coincidence is a surprising thing that (A22) ... to us. For example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they (A23) ... up afterwards, they discover that they've each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people (A24) ... coincidences as significant or mysterious. But the simple (A25) ... could be that friends tend to have (A26) ... taste in clothes. In reality, life is (A27)... of coincidences, but normally we don't notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players (A28) ... the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there are 365 possible birthdays in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being (A29) ... that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don't generally go around telling people when it is. What's more, without realising it, you probably (A30) ... into contact with lots of people born on the same day as you. But when a coincidence is (A31) ... to your attention, it still seems amazing.

1) happens
2) arises
3) develops
4) appears

41
Задание 23 № 323

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A coincidence is a surprising thing that (A22) ... to us. For example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they (A23) ... up afterwards, they discover that they've each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people (A24) ... coincidences as significant or mysterious. But the simple (A25) ... could be that friends tend to have (A26) ... taste in clothes. In reality, life is (A27)... of coincidences, but normally we don't notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players (A28) ... the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there are 365 possible birthdays in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being (A29) ... that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don't generally go around telling people when it is. What's more, without realising it, you probably (A30) ... into contact with lots of people born on the same day as you. But when a coincidence is (A31) ... to your attention, it still seems amazing.

1) unite
2) see
3) combine
4) meet

42
Задание 24 № 324

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A coincidence is a surprising thing that (A22) ... to us. For example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they (A23) ... up afterwards, they discover that they've each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people (A24) ... coincidences as significant or mysterious. But the simple (A25) ... could be that friends tend to have (A26) ... taste in clothes. In reality, life is (A27)... of coincidences, but normally we don't notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players (A28) ... the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there are 365 possible birthdays in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being (A29) ... that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don't generally go around telling people when it is. What's more, without realising it, you probably (A30) ... into contact with lots of people born on the same day as you. But when a coincidence is (A31) ... to your attention, it still seems amazing.

1) think
2) regard
3) find
4) believe

43
Задание 25 № 325

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A coincidence is a surprising thing that (A22) ... to us. For example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they (A23) ... up afterwards, they discover that they've each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people (A24) ... coincidences as significant or mysterious. But the simple (A25) ... could be that friends tend to have (A26) ... taste in clothes. In reality, life is (A27)... of coincidences, but normally we don't notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players (A28) ... the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there are 365 possible birthdays in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being (A29) ... that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don't generally go around telling people when it is. What's more, without realising it, you probably (A30) ... into contact with lots of people born on the same day as you. But when a coincidence is (A31) ... to your attention, it still seems amazing.

1) explanation
2) definition
3) motivation
4) resolution

44
Задание 26 № 326

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A coincidence is a surprising thing that (A22) ... to us. For example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they (A23) ... up afterwards, they discover that they've each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people (A24) ... coincidences as significant or mysterious. But the simple (A25) ... could be that friends tend to have (A26) ... taste in clothes. In reality, life is (A27)... of coincidences, but normally we don't notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players (A28) ... the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there are 365 possible birthdays in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being (A29) ... that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don't generally go around telling people when it is. What's more, without realising it, you probably (A30) ... into contact with lots of people born on the same day as you. But when a coincidence is (A31) ... to your attention, it still seems amazing.

1) close
2) same
3) alike
4) similar

45
Задание 27 № 327

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A coincidence is a surprising thing that (A22) ... to us. For example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they (A23) ... up afterwards, they discover that they've each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people (A24) ... coincidences as significant or mysterious. But the simple (A25) ... could be that friends tend to have (A26) ... taste in clothes. In reality, life is (A27)... of coincidences, but normally we don't notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players (A28) ... the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there are 365 possible birthdays in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being (A29) ... that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don't generally go around telling people when it is. What's more, without realising it, you probably (A30) ... into contact with lots of people born on the same day as you. But when a coincidence is (A31) ... to your attention, it still seems amazing.

1) heavy
2) rich
3) full
4) crowded

46
Задание 28 № 328

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A coincidence is a surprising thing that (A22) ... to us. For example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they (A23) ... up afterwards, they discover that they've each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people (A24) ... coincidences as significant or mysterious. But the simple (A25) ... could be that friends tend to have (A26) ... taste in clothes. In reality, life is (A27)... of coincidences, but normally we don't notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players (A28) ... the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there are 365 possible birthdays in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being (A29) ... that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don't generally go around telling people when it is. What's more, without realising it, you probably (A30) ... into contact with lots of people born on the same day as you. But when a coincidence is (A31) ... to your attention, it still seems amazing.

1) divide
2) split
3) share
4) separate

47
Задание 29 № 329

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A coincidence is a surprising thing that (A22) ... to us. For example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they (A23) ... up afterwards, they discover that they've each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people (A24) ... coincidences as significant or mysterious. But the simple (A25) ... could be that friends tend to have (A26) ... taste in clothes. In reality, life is (A27)... of coincidences, but normally we don't notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players (A28) ... the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there are 365 possible birthdays in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being (A29) ... that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don't generally go around telling people when it is. What's more, without realising it, you probably (A30) ... into contact with lots of people born on the same day as you. But when a coincidence is (A31) ... to your attention, it still seems amazing.

1) noticed
2) known
3) intelligent
4) aware

48
Задание 30 № 330

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A coincidence is a surprising thing that (A22) ... to us. For example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they (A23) ... up afterwards, they discover that they've each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people (A24) ... coincidences as significant or mysterious. But the simple (A25) ... could be that friends tend to have (A26) ... taste in clothes. In reality, life is (A27)... of coincidences, but normally we don't notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players (A28) ... the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there are 365 possible birthdays in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being (A29) ... that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don't generally go around telling people when it is. What's more, without realising it, you probably (A30) ... into contact with lots of people born on the same day as you. But when a coincidence is (A31) ... to your attention, it still seems amazing.

1) make
2) come
3) have
4) go

49
Задание 31 № 331

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A coincidence is a surprising thing that (A22) ... to us. For example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they (A23) ... up afterwards, they discover that they've each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people (A24) ... coincidences as significant or mysterious. But the simple (A25) ... could be that friends tend to have (A26) ... taste in clothes. In reality, life is (A27)... of coincidences, but normally we don't notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players (A28) ... the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there are 365 possible birthdays in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being (A29) ... that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don't generally go around telling people when it is. What's more, without realising it, you probably (A30) ... into contact with lots of people born on the same day as you. But when a coincidence is (A31) ... to your attention, it still seems amazing.

1) paid
2) carried
3) brought
4) shown

50
Задание 23 № 383

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Dancing can be a fun way to workout. Experts say that dancing improves blood circulation, boosts energy levels and helps you (A23) ... healthy bones. It's also a great way to (A24) ... weight. As well as the (A25) ... benefits, dancing is great for improving co-ordination and concentrating the mind. Dancing is a great stress reliever, a good dance will make you smile and laugh, leaving you in high (A26) ... and inspired. There should be a very (A27) ... risk of injury from dancing if you (A28)... instructions carefully, but make sure you always warm up properly or you could (A29) ... up with pulled muscles. So, (A30) ... on some comfortable clothes, like tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt, and get to it. Some types of dancing may (A31) ... special clothes when you get more advanced; others (A32) ... you to dress more casually.

1) remain
2) maintain
3) use
4) defend

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Задание 24 № 384

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Dancing can be a fun way to workout. Experts say that dancing improves blood circulation, boosts energy levels and helps you (A23) ... healthy bones. It's also a great way to (A24) ... weight. As well as the (A25) ... benefits, dancing is great for improving co-ordination and concentrating the mind. Dancing is a great stress reliever, a good dance will make you smile and laugh, leaving you in high (A26) ... and inspired. There should be a very (A27) ... risk of injury from dancing if you (A28)... instructions carefully, but make sure you always warm up properly or you could (A29) ... up with pulled muscles. So, (A30) ... on some comfortable clothes, like tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt, and get to it. Some types of dancing may (A31) ... special clothes when you get more advanced; others (A32) ... you to dress more casually.

1) lose
2) waste
3) spend
4) miss

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Задание 25 № 385

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Dancing can be a fun way to workout. Experts say that dancing improves blood circulation, boosts energy levels and helps you (A23) ... healthy bones. It's also a great way to (A24) ... weight. As well as the (A25) ... benefits, dancing is great for improving co-ordination and concentrating the mind. Dancing is a great stress reliever, a good dance will make you smile and laugh, leaving you in high (A26) ... and inspired. There should be a very (A27) ... risk of injury from dancing if you (A28)... instructions carefully, but make sure you always warm up properly or you could (A29) ... up with pulled muscles. So, (A30) ... on some comfortable clothes, like tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt, and get to it. Some types of dancing may (A31) ... special clothes when you get more advanced; others (A32) ... you to dress more casually.

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

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Задание 26 № 386

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Dancing can be a fun way to workout. Experts say that dancing improves blood circulation, boosts energy levels and helps you (A23) ... healthy bones. It's also a great way to (A24) ... weight. As well as the (A25) ... benefits, dancing is great for improving co-ordination and concentrating the mind. Dancing is a great stress reliever, a good dance will make you smile and laugh, leaving you in high (A26) ... and inspired. There should be a very (A27) ... risk of injury from dancing if you (A28)... instructions carefully, but make sure you always warm up properly or you could (A29) ... up with pulled muscles. So, (A30) ... on some comfortable clothes, like tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt, and get to it. Some types of dancing may (A31) ... special clothes when you get more advanced; others (A32) ... you to dress more casually.

1) spirits
2) moods
3) tempers
4) attitudes

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Задание 27 № 387

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Dancing can be a fun way to workout. Experts say that dancing improves blood circulation, boosts energy levels and helps you (A23) ... healthy bones. It's also a great way to (A24) ... weight. As well as the (A25) ... benefits, dancing is great for improving co-ordination and concentrating the mind. Dancing is a great stress reliever, a good dance will make you smile and laugh, leaving you in high (A26) ... and inspired. There should be a very (A27) ... risk of injury from dancing if you (A28)... instructions carefully, but make sure you always warm up properly or you could (A29) ... up with pulled muscles. So, (A30) ... on some comfortable clothes, like tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt, and get to it. Some types of dancing may (A31) ... special clothes when you get more advanced; others (A32) ... you to dress more casually.

1) short
2) low
3) strong
4) soft

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Задание 28 № 388

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Dancing can be a fun way to workout. Experts say that dancing improves blood circulation, boosts energy levels and helps you (A23) ... healthy bones. It's also a great way to (A24) ... weight. As well as the (A25) ... benefits, dancing is great for improving co-ordination and concentrating the mind. Dancing is a great stress reliever, a good dance will make you smile and laugh, leaving you in high (A26) ... and inspired. There should be a very (A27) ... risk of injury from dancing if you (A28)... instructions carefully, but make sure you always warm up properly or you could (A29) ... up with pulled muscles. So, (A30) ... on some comfortable clothes, like tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt, and get to it. Some types of dancing may (A31) ... special clothes when you get more advanced; others (A32) ... you to dress more casually.

1) practise
2) accept
3) approach
4) follow

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Задание 29 № 389

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Dancing can be a fun way to workout. Experts say that dancing improves blood circulation, boosts energy levels and helps you (A23) ... healthy bones. It's also a great way to (A24) ... weight. As well as the (A25) ... benefits, dancing is great for improving co-ordination and concentrating the mind. Dancing is a great stress reliever, a good dance will make you smile and laugh, leaving you in high (A26) ... and inspired. There should be a very (A27) ... risk of injury from dancing if you (A28)... instructions carefully, but make sure you always warm up properly or you could (A29) ... up with pulled muscles. So, (A30) ... on some comfortable clothes, like tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt, and get to it. Some types of dancing may (A31) ... special clothes when you get more advanced; others (A32) ... you to dress more casually.

1) close
2) end
3) make
4) stand

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Задание 30 № 390

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Dancing can be a fun way to workout. Experts say that dancing improves blood circulation, boosts energy levels and helps you (A23) ... healthy bones. It's also a great way to (A24) ... weight. As well as the (A25) ... benefits, dancing is great for improving co-ordination and concentrating the mind. Dancing is a great stress reliever, a good dance will make you smile and laugh, leaving you in high (A26) ... and inspired. There should be a very (A27) ... risk of injury from dancing if you (A28)... instructions carefully, but make sure you always warm up properly or you could (A29) ... up with pulled muscles. So, (A30) ... on some comfortable clothes, like tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt, and get to it. Some types of dancing may (A31) ... special clothes when you get more advanced; others (A32) ... you to dress more casually.

1) put
2) dress
3) wear
4) take

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Задание 31 № 391

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Dancing can be a fun way to workout. Experts say that dancing improves blood circulation, boosts energy levels and helps you (A23) ... healthy bones. It's also a great way to (A24) ... weight. As well as the (A25) ... benefits, dancing is great for improving co-ordination and concentrating the mind. Dancing is a great stress reliever, a good dance will make you smile and laugh, leaving you in high (A26) ... and inspired. There should be a very (A27) ... risk of injury from dancing if you (A28)... instructions carefully, but make sure you always warm up properly or you could (A29) ... up with pulled muscles. So, (A30) ... on some comfortable clothes, like tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt, and get to it. Some types of dancing may (A31) ... special clothes when you get more advanced; others (A32) ... you to dress more casually.

1) ask
2) require
3) offer
4) suppose

59
Задание 32 № 392

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Dancing can be a fun way to workout. Experts say that dancing improves blood circulation, boosts energy levels and helps you (A23) ... healthy bones. It's also a great way to (A24) ... weight. As well as the (A25) ... benefits, dancing is great for improving co-ordination and concentrating the mind. Dancing is a great stress reliever, a good dance will make you smile and laugh, leaving you in high (A26) ... and inspired. There should be a very (A27) ... risk of injury from dancing if you (A28)... instructions carefully, but make sure you always warm up properly or you could (A29) ... up with pulled muscles. So, (A30) ... on some comfortable clothes, like tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt, and get to it. Some types of dancing may (A31) ... special clothes when you get more advanced; others (A32) ... you to dress more casually.

1) afford
2) let
3) make
4) allow

60
Задание 23 № 443

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Young Composers is an online resource for anyone (A23) ... in music composition. Amateur musicians can upload music to their network, where their review team helps young people to (A24) ... their music abilities. Their composer forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can (A25) ... questions about the life and career of composing, or (A26) ... chat in the 'shoutbox'. YC's main purpose is to (A27) ... people to post their music, receive feedback on it and improve as composers. One way to (A28) ... from the knowledge on the forum is to (A29) ... a contributing member: review others' works and, of course, post your own pieces for feedback and analysis. The best way to (A30) ... advantage of the forum is to participate. By reviewing the works of others other members will get to know you and they will see that you are making an (A31) ... to give back to their community. It's a great website to learn and help others to (A32) ... at the same time.

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

61
Задание 24 № 444

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Young Composers is an online resource for anyone (A23) ... in music composition. Amateur musicians can upload music to their network, where their review team helps young people to (A24) ... their music abilities. Their composer forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can (A25) ... questions about the life and career of composing, or (A26) ... chat in the 'shoutbox'. YC's main purpose is to (A27) ... people to post their music, receive feedback on it and improve as composers. One way to (A28) ... from the knowledge on the forum is to (A29) ... a contributing member: review others' works and, of course, post your own pieces for feedback and analysis. The best way to (A30) ... advantage of the forum is to participate. By reviewing the works of others other members will get to know you and they will see that you are making an (A31) ... to give back to their community. It's a great website to learn and help others to (A32) ... at the same time.

1) develop
2) grow
3) bring up
4) rise

62
Задание 25 № 445

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Young Composers is an online resource for anyone (A23) ... in music composition. Amateur musicians can upload music to their network, where their review team helps young people to (A24) ... their music abilities. Their composer forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can (A25) ... questions about the life and career of composing, or (A26) ... chat in the 'shoutbox'. YC's main purpose is to (A27) ... people to post their music, receive feedback on it and improve as composers. One way to (A28) ... from the knowledge on the forum is to (A29) ... a contributing member: review others' works and, of course, post your own pieces for feedback and analysis. The best way to (A30) ... advantage of the forum is to participate. By reviewing the works of others other members will get to know you and they will see that you are making an (A31) ... to give back to their community. It's a great website to learn and help others to (A32) ... at the same time.

1) react
2) answer
3) reply
4) respond

63
Задание 26 № 446

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Young Composers is an online resource for anyone (A23) ... in music composition. Amateur musicians can upload music to their network, where their review team helps young people to (A24) ... their music abilities. Their composer forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can (A25) ... questions about the life and career of composing, or (A26) ... chat in the 'shoutbox'. YC's main purpose is to (A27) ... people to post their music, receive feedback on it and improve as composers. One way to (A28) ... from the knowledge on the forum is to (A29) ... a contributing member: review others' works and, of course, post your own pieces for feedback and analysis. The best way to (A30) ... advantage of the forum is to participate. By reviewing the works of others other members will get to know you and they will see that you are making an (A31) ... to give back to their community. It's a great website to learn and help others to (A32) ... at the same time.

1) simply
2) totally
3) purely
4) hardly

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Задание 27 № 447

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Young Composers is an online resource for anyone (A23) ... in music composition. Amateur musicians can upload music to their network, where their review team helps young people to (A24) ... their music abilities. Their composer forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can (A25) ... questions about the life and career of composing, or (A26) ... chat in the 'shoutbox'. YC's main purpose is to (A27) ... people to post their music, receive feedback on it and improve as composers. One way to (A28) ... from the knowledge on the forum is to (A29) ... a contributing member: review others' works and, of course, post your own pieces for feedback and analysis. The best way to (A30) ... advantage of the forum is to participate. By reviewing the works of others other members will get to know you and they will see that you are making an (A31) ... to give back to their community. It's a great website to learn and help others to (A32) ... at the same time.

1) let
2) give
3) allow
4) admit

65
Задание 28 № 448

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Young Composers is an online resource for anyone (A23) ... in music composition. Amateur musicians can upload music to their network, where their review team helps young people to (A24) ... their music abilities. Their composer forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can (A25) ... questions about the life and career of composing, or (A26) ... chat in the 'shoutbox'. YC's main purpose is to (A27) ... people to post their music, receive feedback on it and improve as composers. One way to (A28) ... from the knowledge on the forum is to (A29) ... a contributing member: review others' works and, of course, post your own pieces for feedback and analysis. The best way to (A30) ... advantage of the forum is to participate. By reviewing the works of others other members will get to know you and they will see that you are making an (A31) ... to give back to their community. It's a great website to learn and help others to (A32) ... at the same time.

1) favour
2) benefit
3) help
4) use

66
Задание 29 № 449

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Young Composers is an online resource for anyone (A23) ... in music composition. Amateur musicians can upload music to their network, where their review team helps young people to (A24) ... their music abilities. Their composer forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can (A25) ... questions about the life and career of composing, or (A26) ... chat in the 'shoutbox'. YC's main purpose is to (A27) ... people to post their music, receive feedback on it and improve as composers. One way to (A28) ... from the knowledge on the forum is to (A29) ... a contributing member: review others' works and, of course, post your own pieces for feedback and analysis. The best way to (A30) ... advantage of the forum is to participate. By reviewing the works of others other members will get to know you and they will see that you are making an (A31) ... to give back to their community. It's a great website to learn and help others to (A32) ... at the same time.

1) become
2) enter
3) participate
4) join

67
Задание 30 № 450

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Young Composers is an online resource for anyone (A23) ... in music composition. Amateur musicians can upload music to their network, where their review team helps young people to (A24) ... their music abilities. Their composer forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can (A25) ... questions about the life and career of composing, or (A26) ... chat in the 'shoutbox'. YC's main purpose is to (A27) ... people to post their music, receive feedback on it and improve as composers. One way to (A28) ... from the knowledge on the forum is to (A29) ... a contributing member: review others' works and, of course, post your own pieces for feedback and analysis. The best way to (A30) ... advantage of the forum is to participate. By reviewing the works of others other members will get to know you and they will see that you are making an (A31) ... to give back to their community. It's a great website to learn and help others to (A32) ... at the same time.

1) hold
2) keep
3) make
4) take

68
Задание 31 № 451

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Young Composers is an online resource for anyone (A23) ... in music composition. Amateur musicians can upload music to their network, where their review team helps young people to (A24) ... their music abilities. Their composer forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can (A25) ... questions about the life and career of composing, or (A26) ... chat in the 'shoutbox'. YC's main purpose is to (A27) ... people to post their music, receive feedback on it and improve as composers. One way to (A28) ... from the knowledge on the forum is to (A29) ... a contributing member: review others' works and, of course, post your own pieces for feedback and analysis. The best way to (A30) ... advantage of the forum is to participate. By reviewing the works of others other members will get to know you and they will see that you are making an (A31) ... to give back to their community. It's a great website to learn and help others to (A32) ... at the same time.

1) impression
2) effort
3) effect
4) application

69
Задание 32 № 452

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Young Composers is an online resource for anyone (A23) ... in music composition. Amateur musicians can upload music to their network, where their review team helps young people to (A24) ... their music abilities. Their composer forum is an active community of professionals, students, and amateurs who can (A25) ... questions about the life and career of composing, or (A26) ... chat in the 'shoutbox'. YC's main purpose is to (A27) ... people to post their music, receive feedback on it and improve as composers. One way to (A28) ... from the knowledge on the forum is to (A29) ... a contributing member: review others' works and, of course, post your own pieces for feedback and analysis. The best way to (A30) ... advantage of the forum is to participate. By reviewing the works of others other members will get to know you and they will see that you are making an (A31) ... to give back to their community. It's a great website to learn and help others to (A32) ... at the same time.

1) correct
2) impress
3) increase
4) improve

70
Задание 23 № 503

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Stress is important. We all need a certain amount of it in order to (A23) ... fulfilling lives. However, if we have too much of it, it can have the opposite (A24) ... . It is therefore a good idea to learn a few stress management techniques. Identifying the (A25) ... of the problem we have, so that we can (A26) ... it more effectively, is one of the first (A27) ... towards reducing stress. The second is talking to a person you can trust, who will listen and, if necessary, (A28) ... you some positive advice. Not only are smoking and drinking (A29) ... to our health, they actually increase stress (A30) ... than reduce it. So, next time you want to relax, instead of (A31) ... for that glass of wine or a cigarette, have a warm bath or go for a walk. Walking has more than health benefits, it helps you think more clearly too. On the other hand, laughter is one of the best ways to (A32) ... yourself feel considerably better.

1) pass
2) lead
3) carry
4) hold

71
Задание 24 № 504

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Stress is important. We all need a certain amount of it in order to (A23) ... fulfilling lives. However, if we have too much of it, it can have the opposite (A24) ... . It is therefore a good idea to learn a few stress management techniques. Identifying the (A25) ... of the problem we have, so that we can (A26) ... it more effectively, is one of the first (A27) ... towards reducing stress. The second is talking to a person you can trust, who will listen and, if necessary, (A28) ... you some positive advice. Not only are smoking and drinking (A29) ... to our health, they actually increase stress (A30) ... than reduce it. So, next time you want to relax, instead of (A31) ... for that glass of wine or a cigarette, have a warm bath or go for a walk. Walking has more than health benefits, it helps you think more clearly too. On the other hand, laughter is one of the best ways to (A32) ... yourself feel considerably better.

1) sense
2) solution
3) reply
4) effect

72
Задание 25 № 505

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Stress is important. We all need a certain amount of it in order to (A23) ... fulfilling lives. However, if we have too much of it, it can have the opposite (A24) ... . It is therefore a good idea to learn a few stress management techniques. Identifying the (A25) ... of the problem we have, so that we can (A26) ... it more effectively, is one of the first (A27) ... towards reducing stress. The second is talking to a person you can trust, who will listen and, if necessary, (A28) ... you some positive advice. Not only are smoking and drinking (A29) ... to our health, they actually increase stress (A30) ... than reduce it. So, next time you want to relax, instead of (A31) ... for that glass of wine or a cigarette, have a warm bath or go for a walk. Walking has more than health benefits, it helps you think more clearly too. On the other hand, laughter is one of the best ways to (A32) ... yourself feel considerably better.

1) cause
2) topic
3) purpose
4) reason

73
Задание 26 № 506

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Stress is important. We all need a certain amount of it in order to (A23) ... fulfilling lives. However, if we have too much of it, it can have the opposite (A24) ... . It is therefore a good idea to learn a few stress management techniques. Identifying the (A25) ... of the problem we have, so that we can (A26) ... it more effectively, is one of the first (A27) ... towards reducing stress. The second is talking to a person you can trust, who will listen and, if necessary, (A28) ... you some positive advice. Not only are smoking and drinking (A29) ... to our health, they actually increase stress (A30) ... than reduce it. So, next time you want to relax, instead of (A31) ... for that glass of wine or a cigarette, have a warm bath or go for a walk. Walking has more than health benefits, it helps you think more clearly too. On the other hand, laughter is one of the best ways to (A32) ... yourself feel considerably better.

1) end
2) solve
3) do
4) cope

74
Задание 27 № 507

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Stress is important. We all need a certain amount of it in order to (A23) ... fulfilling lives. However, if we have too much of it, it can have the opposite (A24) ... . It is therefore a good idea to learn a few stress management techniques. Identifying the (A25) ... of the problem we have, so that we can (A26) ... it more effectively, is one of the first (A27) ... towards reducing stress. The second is talking to a person you can trust, who will listen and, if necessary, (A28) ... you some positive advice. Not only are smoking and drinking (A29) ... to our health, they actually increase stress (A30) ... than reduce it. So, next time you want to relax, instead of (A31) ... for that glass of wine or a cigarette, have a warm bath or go for a walk. Walking has more than health benefits, it helps you think more clearly too. On the other hand, laughter is one of the best ways to (A32) ... yourself feel considerably better.

1) ways
2) manners
3) steps
4) ideas

75
Задание 28 № 508

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Stress is important. We all need a certain amount of it in order to (A23) ... fulfilling lives. However, if we have too much of it, it can have the opposite (A24) ... . It is therefore a good idea to learn a few stress management techniques. Identifying the (A25) ... of the problem we have, so that we can (A26) ... it more effectively, is one of the first (A27) ... towards reducing stress. The second is talking to a person you can trust, who will listen and, if necessary, (A28) ... you some positive advice. Not only are smoking and drinking (A29) ... to our health, they actually increase stress (A30) ... than reduce it. So, next time you want to relax, instead of (A31) ... for that glass of wine or a cigarette, have a warm bath or go for a walk. Walking has more than health benefits, it helps you think more clearly too. On the other hand, laughter is one of the best ways to (A32) ... yourself feel considerably better.

1) provide
2) supply
3) hand
4) give

76
Задание 29 № 509

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Stress is important. We all need a certain amount of it in order to (A23) ... fulfilling lives. However, if we have too much of it, it can have the opposite (A24) ... . It is therefore a good idea to learn a few stress management techniques. Identifying the (A25) ... of the problem we have, so that we can (A26) ... it more effectively, is one of the first (A27) ... towards reducing stress. The second is talking to a person you can trust, who will listen and, if necessary, (A28) ... you some positive advice. Not only are smoking and drinking (A29) ... to our health, they actually increase stress (A30) ... than reduce it. So, next time you want to relax, instead of (A31) ... for that glass of wine or a cigarette, have a warm bath or go for a walk. Walking has more than health benefits, it helps you think more clearly too. On the other hand, laughter is one of the best ways to (A32) ... yourself feel considerably better.

1) harmful
2) hopeless
3) helpless
4) hurtful

77
Задание 30 № 510

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Stress is important. We all need a certain amount of it in order to (A23) ... fulfilling lives. However, if we have too much of it, it can have the opposite (A24) ... . It is therefore a good idea to learn a few stress management techniques. Identifying the (A25) ... of the problem we have, so that we can (A26) ... it more effectively, is one of the first (A27) ... towards reducing stress. The second is talking to a person you can trust, who will listen and, if necessary, (A28) ... you some positive advice. Not only are smoking and drinking (A29) ... to our health, they actually increase stress (A30) ... than reduce it. So, next time you want to relax, instead of (A31) ... for that glass of wine or a cigarette, have a warm bath or go for a walk. Walking has more than health benefits, it helps you think more clearly too. On the other hand, laughter is one of the best ways to (A32) ... yourself feel considerably better.

1) much
2) rather
3) hardly
4) quite

78
Задание 31 № 511

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Stress is important. We all need a certain amount of it in order to (A23) ... fulfilling lives. However, if we have too much of it, it can have the opposite (A24) ... . It is therefore a good idea to learn a few stress management techniques. Identifying the (A25) ... of the problem we have, so that we can (A26) ... it more effectively, is one of the first (A27) ... towards reducing stress. The second is talking to a person you can trust, who will listen and, if necessary, (A28) ... you some positive advice. Not only are smoking and drinking (A29) ... to our health, they actually increase stress (A30) ... than reduce it. So, next time you want to relax, instead of (A31) ... for that glass of wine or a cigarette, have a warm bath or go for a walk. Walking has more than health benefits, it helps you think more clearly too. On the other hand, laughter is one of the best ways to (A32) ... yourself feel considerably better.

1) holding
2) getting
3) reaching
4) approaching

79
Задание 32 № 512

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Stress is important. We all need a certain amount of it in order to (A23) ... fulfilling lives. However, if we have too much of it, it can have the opposite (A24) ... . It is therefore a good idea to learn a few stress management techniques. Identifying the (A25) ... of the problem we have, so that we can (A26) ... it more effectively, is one of the first (A27) ... towards reducing stress. The second is talking to a person you can trust, who will listen and, if necessary, (A28) ... you some positive advice. Not only are smoking and drinking (A29) ... to our health, they actually increase stress (A30) ... than reduce it. So, next time you want to relax, instead of (A31) ... for that glass of wine or a cigarette, have a warm bath or go for a walk. Walking has more than health benefits, it helps you think more clearly too. On the other hand, laughter is one of the best ways to (A32) ... yourself feel considerably better.

1) succeed
2) keep
3) do
4) make

80
Задание 23 № 563

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There's no (A23) ... to settle for an unhealthy lunch from home or the mysterious unhealthy food in the cafeteria. Why not eat a lunch that is delicious and good for you? Did you know that the types of foods you choose (A24) ... your mood and energy levels? According to dietician Andrea Garen, a healthy lunch 'needs to combine nutrient-rich foods from several food groups to (A25) ... energy and concentration for several (A26) ... .' And, since teenagers are growing and (A27) ... through changes, the need for nutrients is (A28) ... more significant. 'Because of development, calcium needs are greater during adolescence than at any other time,' says Mary Choate, a food and nutrition educator. "Good sources of calcium (A29) ... dairy products and calcium-fortified cereals.' And, that's just the beginning. A balanced meal has a (A30) ... variety of colours and flavours, so you'll never get bored. Basically, any lunch should contain (A31) ... three ounces of protein, plus some good sources of carbohydrates. Lots of nutritious fruits and vegetables are also (A32) ... .

1) demand
2) idea
3) want
4) need

81
Задание 24 № 564

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There's no (A23) ... to settle for an unhealthy lunch from home or the mysterious unhealthy food in the cafeteria. Why not eat a lunch that is delicious and good for you? Did you know that the types of foods you choose (A24) ... your mood and energy levels? According to dietician Andrea Garen, a healthy lunch 'needs to combine nutrient-rich foods from several food groups to (A25) ... energy and concentration for several (A26) ... .' And, since teenagers are growing and (A27) ... through changes, the need for nutrients is (A28) ... more significant. 'Because of development, calcium needs are greater during adolescence than at any other time,' says Mary Choate, a food and nutrition educator. "Good sources of calcium (A29) ... dairy products and calcium-fortified cereals.' And, that's just the beginning. A balanced meal has a (A30) ... variety of colours and flavours, so you'll never get bored. Basically, any lunch should contain (A31) ... three ounces of protein, plus some good sources of carbohydrates. Lots of nutritious fruits and vegetables are also (A32) ... .

1) affect
2) impress
3) contain
4) effect

82
Задание 25 № 565

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There's no (A23) ... to settle for an unhealthy lunch from home or the mysterious unhealthy food in the cafeteria. Why not eat a lunch that is delicious and good for you? Did you know that the types of foods you choose (A24) ... your mood and energy levels? According to dietician Andrea Garen, a healthy lunch 'needs to combine nutrient-rich foods from several food groups to (A25) ... energy and concentration for several (A26) ... .' And, since teenagers are growing and (A27) ... through changes, the need for nutrients is (A28) ... more significant. 'Because of development, calcium needs are greater during adolescence than at any other time,' says Mary Choate, a food and nutrition educator. "Good sources of calcium (A29) ... dairy products and calcium-fortified cereals.' And, that's just the beginning. A balanced meal has a (A30) ... variety of colours and flavours, so you'll never get bored. Basically, any lunch should contain (A31) ... three ounces of protein, plus some good sources of carbohydrates. Lots of nutritious fruits and vegetables are also (A32) ... .

1) include
2) hold
3) maintain
4) defend

83
Задание 26 № 566

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There's no (A23) ... to settle for an unhealthy lunch from home or the mysterious unhealthy food in the cafeteria. Why not eat a lunch that is delicious and good for you? Did you know that the types of foods you choose (A24) ... your mood and energy levels? According to dietician Andrea Garen, a healthy lunch 'needs to combine nutrient-rich foods from several food groups to (A25) ... energy and concentration for several (A26) ... .' And, since teenagers are growing and (A27) ... through changes, the need for nutrients is (A28) ... more significant. 'Because of development, calcium needs are greater during adolescence than at any other time,' says Mary Choate, a food and nutrition educator. "Good sources of calcium (A29) ... dairy products and calcium-fortified cereals.' And, that's just the beginning. A balanced meal has a (A30) ... variety of colours and flavours, so you'll never get bored. Basically, any lunch should contain (A31) ... three ounces of protein, plus some good sources of carbohydrates. Lots of nutritious fruits and vegetables are also (A32) ... .

1) occasions
2) hours
3) periods
4) times

84
Задание 27 № 567

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There's no (A23) ... to settle for an unhealthy lunch from home or the mysterious unhealthy food in the cafeteria. Why not eat a lunch that is delicious and good for you? Did you know that the types of foods you choose (A24) ... your mood and energy levels? According to dietician Andrea Garen, a healthy lunch 'needs to combine nutrient-rich foods from several food groups to (A25) ... energy and concentration for several (A26) ... .' And, since teenagers are growing and (A27) ... through changes, the need for nutrients is (A28) ... more significant. 'Because of development, calcium needs are greater during adolescence than at any other time,' says Mary Choate, a food and nutrition educator. "Good sources of calcium (A29) ... dairy products and calcium-fortified cereals.' And, that's just the beginning. A balanced meal has a (A30) ... variety of colours and flavours, so you'll never get bored. Basically, any lunch should contain (A31) ... three ounces of protein, plus some good sources of carbohydrates. Lots of nutritious fruits and vegetables are also (A32) ... .

1) walking
2) going
3) passing
4) putting

85
Задание 28 № 568

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There's no (A23) ... to settle for an unhealthy lunch from home or the mysterious unhealthy food in the cafeteria. Why not eat a lunch that is delicious and good for you? Did you know that the types of foods you choose (A24) ... your mood and energy levels? According to dietician Andrea Garen, a healthy lunch 'needs to combine nutrient-rich foods from several food groups to (A25) ... energy and concentration for several (A26) ... .' And, since teenagers are growing and (A27) ... through changes, the need for nutrients is (A28) ... more significant. 'Because of development, calcium needs are greater during adolescence than at any other time,' says Mary Choate, a food and nutrition educator. "Good sources of calcium (A29) ... dairy products and calcium-fortified cereals.' And, that's just the beginning. A balanced meal has a (A30) ... variety of colours and flavours, so you'll never get bored. Basically, any lunch should contain (A31) ... three ounces of protein, plus some good sources of carbohydrates. Lots of nutritious fruits and vegetables are also (A32) ... .

1) no
2) so
3) too
4) even

86
Задание 29 № 569

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There's no (A23) ... to settle for an unhealthy lunch from home or the mysterious unhealthy food in the cafeteria. Why not eat a lunch that is delicious and good for you? Did you know that the types of foods you choose (A24) ... your mood and energy levels? According to dietician Andrea Garen, a healthy lunch 'needs to combine nutrient-rich foods from several food groups to (A25) ... energy and concentration for several (A26) ... .' And, since teenagers are growing and (A27) ... through changes, the need for nutrients is (A28) ... more significant. 'Because of development, calcium needs are greater during adolescence than at any other time,' says Mary Choate, a food and nutrition educator. "Good sources of calcium (A29) ... dairy products and calcium-fortified cereals.' And, that's just the beginning. A balanced meal has a (A30) ... variety of colours and flavours, so you'll never get bored. Basically, any lunch should contain (A31) ... three ounces of protein, plus some good sources of carbohydrates. Lots of nutritious fruits and vegetables are also (A32) ... .

1) consist
2) obtain
3) require
4) include

87
Задание 30 № 570

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There's no (A23) ... to settle for an unhealthy lunch from home or the mysterious unhealthy food in the cafeteria. Why not eat a lunch that is delicious and good for you? Did you know that the types of foods you choose (A24) ... your mood and energy levels? According to dietician Andrea Garen, a healthy lunch 'needs to combine nutrient-rich foods from several food groups to (A25) ... energy and concentration for several (A26) ... .' And, since teenagers are growing and (A27) ... through changes, the need for nutrients is (A28) ... more significant. 'Because of development, calcium needs are greater during adolescence than at any other time,' says Mary Choate, a food and nutrition educator. "Good sources of calcium (A29) ... dairy products and calcium-fortified cereals.' And, that's just the beginning. A balanced meal has a (A30) ... variety of colours and flavours, so you'll never get bored. Basically, any lunch should contain (A31) ... three ounces of protein, plus some good sources of carbohydrates. Lots of nutritious fruits and vegetables are also (A32) ... .

1) hardly
2) wide
3) enough
4) small

88
Задание 31 № 571

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There's no (A23) ... to settle for an unhealthy lunch from home or the mysterious unhealthy food in the cafeteria. Why not eat a lunch that is delicious and good for you? Did you know that the types of foods you choose (A24) ... your mood and energy levels? According to dietician Andrea Garen, a healthy lunch 'needs to combine nutrient-rich foods from several food groups to (A25) ... energy and concentration for several (A26) ... .' And, since teenagers are growing and (A27) ... through changes, the need for nutrients is (A28) ... more significant. 'Because of development, calcium needs are greater during adolescence than at any other time,' says Mary Choate, a food and nutrition educator. "Good sources of calcium (A29) ... dairy products and calcium-fortified cereals.' And, that's just the beginning. A balanced meal has a (A30) ... variety of colours and flavours, so you'll never get bored. Basically, any lunch should contain (A31) ... three ounces of protein, plus some good sources of carbohydrates. Lots of nutritious fruits and vegetables are also (A32) ... .

1) at least
2) at last
3) at once
4) at first

89
Задание 32 № 572

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There's no (A23) ... to settle for an unhealthy lunch from home or the mysterious unhealthy food in the cafeteria. Why not eat a lunch that is delicious and good for you? Did you know that the types of foods you choose (A24) ... your mood and energy levels? According to dietician Andrea Garen, a healthy lunch 'needs to combine nutrient-rich foods from several food groups to (A25) ... energy and concentration for several (A26) ... .' And, since teenagers are growing and (A27) ... through changes, the need for nutrients is (A28) ... more significant. 'Because of development, calcium needs are greater during adolescence than at any other time,' says Mary Choate, a food and nutrition educator. "Good sources of calcium (A29) ... dairy products and calcium-fortified cereals.' And, that's just the beginning. A balanced meal has a (A30) ... variety of colours and flavours, so you'll never get bored. Basically, any lunch should contain (A31) ... three ounces of protein, plus some good sources of carbohydrates. Lots of nutritious fruits and vegetables are also (A32) ... .

1) prepared
2) supplied
3) provided
4) recommended

90
Задание 23 № 623

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Can people (A23) ... change? If you (A24) ... the Internet, you'll find huge numbers of websites that offer encouraging plans for personal change. The problem is that most of these sites are operated by someone who's selling something, whether it's a self-help book or a series of audio CDs (A25) ... at making you the best you can be. What's more difficult to find are accurate statistics on personal change. However, there are plenty of statistics on getting rid of a habit, but they only (A26) ... that a set of individuals could make that one change. Experts say that for a person to change his or her habits, many things need to line up. The person must have a (A27) ... to change, and he or she must set up organised systems to (A28) ... this change. Generally, it's believed that people have more success when one major change is tackled at a time. It also (A29) ... if you write your plan out and (A30) ... it with someone. Most professionals say that it (A31) ... 21 to 30 days to make or (A32) ... a habit.

1) certainly
2) surely
3) really
4) sincerely

91
Задание 24 № 624

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Can people (A23) ... change? If you (A24) ... the Internet, you'll find huge numbers of websites that offer encouraging plans for personal change. The problem is that most of these sites are operated by someone who's selling something, whether it's a self-help book or a series of audio CDs (A25) ... at making you the best you can be. What's more difficult to find are accurate statistics on personal change. However, there are plenty of statistics on getting rid of a habit, but they only (A26) ... that a set of individuals could make that one change. Experts say that for a person to change his or her habits, many things need to line up. The person must have a (A27) ... to change, and he or she must set up organised systems to (A28) ... this change. Generally, it's believed that people have more success when one major change is tackled at a time. It also (A29) ... if you write your plan out and (A30) ... it with someone. Most professionals say that it (A31) ... 21 to 30 days to make or (A32) ... a habit.

1) turn
2) surf
3) switch
4) attend

92
Задание 25 № 625

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Can people (A23) ... change? If you (A24) ... the Internet, you'll find huge numbers of websites that offer encouraging plans for personal change. The problem is that most of these sites are operated by someone who's selling something, whether it's a self-help book or a series of audio CDs (A25) ... at making you the best you can be. What's more difficult to find are accurate statistics on personal change. However, there are plenty of statistics on getting rid of a habit, but they only (A26) ... that a set of individuals could make that one change. Experts say that for a person to change his or her habits, many things need to line up. The person must have a (A27) ... to change, and he or she must set up organised systems to (A28) ... this change. Generally, it's believed that people have more success when one major change is tackled at a time. It also (A29) ... if you write your plan out and (A30) ... it with someone. Most professionals say that it (A31) ... 21 to 30 days to make or (A32) ... a habit.

1) tried
2) intended
3) aimed
4) attempted

93
Задание 26 № 626

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Can people (A23) ... change? If you (A24) ... the Internet, you'll find huge numbers of websites that offer encouraging plans for personal change. The problem is that most of these sites are operated by someone who's selling something, whether it's a self-help book or a series of audio CDs (A25) ... at making you the best you can be. What's more difficult to find are accurate statistics on personal change. However, there are plenty of statistics on getting rid of a habit, but they only (A26) ... that a set of individuals could make that one change. Experts say that for a person to change his or her habits, many things need to line up. The person must have a (A27) ... to change, and he or she must set up organised systems to (A28) ... this change. Generally, it's believed that people have more success when one major change is tackled at a time. It also (A29) ... if you write your plan out and (A30) ... it with someone. Most professionals say that it (A31) ... 21 to 30 days to make or (A32) ... a habit.

1) prove
2) approve
3) justify
4) doubt

94
Задание 27 № 627

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Can people (A23) ... change? If you (A24) ... the Internet, you'll find huge numbers of websites that offer encouraging plans for personal change. The problem is that most of these sites are operated by someone who's selling something, whether it's a self-help book or a series of audio CDs (A25) ... at making you the best you can be. What's more difficult to find are accurate statistics on personal change. However, there are plenty of statistics on getting rid of a habit, but they only (A26) ... that a set of individuals could make that one change. Experts say that for a person to change his or her habits, many things need to line up. The person must have a (A27) ... to change, and he or she must set up organised systems to (A28) ... this change. Generally, it's believed that people have more success when one major change is tackled at a time. It also (A29) ... if you write your plan out and (A30) ... it with someone. Most professionals say that it (A31) ... 21 to 30 days to make or (A32) ... a habit.

1) courage
2) intention
3) ambition
4) desire

95
Задание 28 № 628

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Can people (A23) ... change? If you (A24) ... the Internet, you'll find huge numbers of websites that offer encouraging plans for personal change. The problem is that most of these sites are operated by someone who's selling something, whether it's a self-help book or a series of audio CDs (A25) ... at making you the best you can be. What's more difficult to find are accurate statistics on personal change. However, there are plenty of statistics on getting rid of a habit, but they only (A26) ... that a set of individuals could make that one change. Experts say that for a person to change his or her habits, many things need to line up. The person must have a (A27) ... to change, and he or she must set up organised systems to (A28) ... this change. Generally, it's believed that people have more success when one major change is tackled at a time. It also (A29) ... if you write your plan out and (A30) ... it with someone. Most professionals say that it (A31) ... 21 to 30 days to make or (A32) ... a habit.

1) succeed
2) achieve
3) manage
4) do

96
Задание 29 № 629

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Can people (A23) ... change? If you (A24) ... the Internet, you'll find huge numbers of websites that offer encouraging plans for personal change. The problem is that most of these sites are operated by someone who's selling something, whether it's a self-help book or a series of audio CDs (A25) ... at making you the best you can be. What's more difficult to find are accurate statistics on personal change. However, there are plenty of statistics on getting rid of a habit, but they only (A26) ... that a set of individuals could make that one change. Experts say that for a person to change his or her habits, many things need to line up. The person must have a (A27) ... to change, and he or she must set up organised systems to (A28) ... this change. Generally, it's believed that people have more success when one major change is tackled at a time. It also (A29) ... if you write your plan out and (A30) ... it with someone. Most professionals say that it (A31) ... 21 to 30 days to make or (A32) ... a habit.

1) advises
2) recommends
3) helps
4) needs

97
Задание 30 № 630

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Can people (A23) ... change? If you (A24) ... the Internet, you'll find huge numbers of websites that offer encouraging plans for personal change. The problem is that most of these sites are operated by someone who's selling something, whether it's a self-help book or a series of audio CDs (A25) ... at making you the best you can be. What's more difficult to find are accurate statistics on personal change. However, there are plenty of statistics on getting rid of a habit, but they only (A26) ... that a set of individuals could make that one change. Experts say that for a person to change his or her habits, many things need to line up. The person must have a (A27) ... to change, and he or she must set up organised systems to (A28) ... this change. Generally, it's believed that people have more success when one major change is tackled at a time. It also (A29) ... if you write your plan out and (A30) ... it with someone. Most professionals say that it (A31) ... 21 to 30 days to make or (A32) ... a habit.

1) entrust
2) share
3) divide
4) trust

98
Задание 31 № 631

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Can people (A23) ... change? If you (A24) ... the Internet, you'll find huge numbers of websites that offer encouraging plans for personal change. The problem is that most of these sites are operated by someone who's selling something, whether it's a self-help book or a series of audio CDs (A25) ... at making you the best you can be. What's more difficult to find are accurate statistics on personal change. However, there are plenty of statistics on getting rid of a habit, but they only (A26) ... that a set of individuals could make that one change. Experts say that for a person to change his or her habits, many things need to line up. The person must have a (A27) ... to change, and he or she must set up organised systems to (A28) ... this change. Generally, it's believed that people have more success when one major change is tackled at a time. It also (A29) ... if you write your plan out and (A30) ... it with someone. Most professionals say that it (A31) ... 21 to 30 days to make or (A32) ... a habit.

1) gains
2) has
3) gets
4) takes

99
Задание 32 № 632

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Can people (A23) ... change? If you (A24) ... the Internet, you'll find huge numbers of websites that offer encouraging plans for personal change. The problem is that most of these sites are operated by someone who's selling something, whether it's a self-help book or a series of audio CDs (A25) ... at making you the best you can be. What's more difficult to find are accurate statistics on personal change. However, there are plenty of statistics on getting rid of a habit, but they only (A26) ... that a set of individuals could make that one change. Experts say that for a person to change his or her habits, many things need to line up. The person must have a (A27) ... to change, and he or she must set up organised systems to (A28) ... this change. Generally, it's believed that people have more success when one major change is tackled at a time. It also (A29) ... if you write your plan out and (A30) ... it with someone. Most professionals say that it (A31) ... 21 to 30 days to make or (A32) ... a habit.

1) break
2) damage
3) ruin
4) finish

100
Задание 17 № 677

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Carl remembers ... fishing with his father in the 1990s.

1) to go
2) went
3) go
4) going

101
Задание 22 № 682

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The city authorities in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, have an unusual traffic problem to (A22) ... with — slow-moving elephants. The city already has a major problem with traffic (A23) ... and the elephants are making things considerably worse. But the fast pace of life in the city is not very good for the elephants either. Many are suffering from breathing problems (A24) ... by pollution. Others have sustained broken legs from falling into the ditches (канал) that typically (A25) ... along the side of many Thai roads. Moreover, it is estimated that an average of twenty road traffic accidents a month (A26) ... elephants. This is clearly a (A27) ... of much concern not only for the city traffic authorities but also for anyone (A28) ... to preserve wildlife. In (A29) ... to the problem the government has organised a special team to help the police round up elephants in the city and send them back to the countryside to work, usually in the tourist (A30) ... . But this campaign has met with strong resistance from elephant handlers in Bangkok who (A31) ... a great deal of money selling fruit to visitors who want to feed the elephants.

1) prevent
2) succeed
3) deal
4) treat

102
Задание 23 № 683

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The city authorities in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, have an unusual traffic problem to (A22) ... with — slow-moving elephants. The city already has a major problem with traffic (A23) ... and the elephants are making things considerably worse. But the fast pace of life in the city is not very good for the elephants either. Many are suffering from breathing problems (A24) ... by pollution. Others have sustained broken legs from falling into the ditches (канал) that typically (A25) ... along the side of many Thai roads. Moreover, it is estimated that an average of twenty road traffic accidents a month (A26) ... elephants. This is clearly a (A27) ... of much concern not only for the city traffic authorities but also for anyone (A28) ... to preserve wildlife. In (A29) ... to the problem the government has organised a special team to help the police round up elephants in the city and send them back to the countryside to work, usually in the tourist (A30) ... . But this campaign has met with strong resistance from elephant handlers in Bangkok who (A31) ... a great deal of money selling fruit to visitors who want to feed the elephants.

1) crowds
2) masses
3) blocks
4) jams

103
Задание 24 № 684

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The city authorities in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, have an unusual traffic problem to (A22) ... with — slow-moving elephants. The city already has a major problem with traffic (A23) ... and the elephants are making things considerably worse. But the fast pace of life in the city is not very good for the elephants either. Many are suffering from breathing problems (A24) ... by pollution. Others have sustained broken legs from falling into the ditches (канал) that typically (A25) ... along the side of many Thai roads. Moreover, it is estimated that an average of twenty road traffic accidents a month (A26) ... elephants. This is clearly a (A27) ... of much concern not only for the city traffic authorities but also for anyone (A28) ... to preserve wildlife. In (A29) ... to the problem the government has organised a special team to help the police round up elephants in the city and send them back to the countryside to work, usually in the tourist (A30) ... . But this campaign has met with strong resistance from elephant handlers in Bangkok who (A31) ... a great deal of money selling fruit to visitors who want to feed the elephants.

1) started
2) caused
3) resulted
4) risen

104
Задание 25 № 685

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The city authorities in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, have an unusual traffic problem to (A22) ... with — slow-moving elephants. The city already has a major problem with traffic (A23) ... and the elephants are making things considerably worse. But the fast pace of life in the city is not very good for the elephants either. Many are suffering from breathing problems (A24) ... by pollution. Others have sustained broken legs from falling into the ditches (канал) that typically (A25) ... along the side of many Thai roads. Moreover, it is estimated that an average of twenty road traffic accidents a month (A26) ... elephants. This is clearly a (A27) ... of much concern not only for the city traffic authorities but also for anyone (A28) ... to preserve wildlife. In (A29) ... to the problem the government has organised a special team to help the police round up elephants in the city and send them back to the countryside to work, usually in the tourist (A30) ... . But this campaign has met with strong resistance from elephant handlers in Bangkok who (A31) ... a great deal of money selling fruit to visitors who want to feed the elephants.

1) walk
2) move
3) run
4) stand

105
Задание 26 № 686

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The city authorities in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, have an unusual traffic problem to (A22) ... with — slow-moving elephants. The city already has a major problem with traffic (A23) ... and the elephants are making things considerably worse. But the fast pace of life in the city is not very good for the elephants either. Many are suffering from breathing problems (A24) ... by pollution. Others have sustained broken legs from falling into the ditches (канал) that typically (A25) ... along the side of many Thai roads. Moreover, it is estimated that an average of twenty road traffic accidents a month (A26) ... elephants. This is clearly a (A27) ... of much concern not only for the city traffic authorities but also for anyone (A28) ... to preserve wildlife. In (A29) ... to the problem the government has organised a special team to help the police round up elephants in the city and send them back to the countryside to work, usually in the tourist (A30) ... . But this campaign has met with strong resistance from elephant handlers in Bangkok who (A31) ... a great deal of money selling fruit to visitors who want to feed the elephants.

1) involve
2) contain
3) employ
4) consist

106
Задание 27 № 687

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The city authorities in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, have an unusual traffic problem to (A22) ... with — slow-moving elephants. The city already has a major problem with traffic (A23) ... and the elephants are making things considerably worse. But the fast pace of life in the city is not very good for the elephants either. Many are suffering from breathing problems (A24) ... by pollution. Others have sustained broken legs from falling into the ditches (канал) that typically (A25) ... along the side of many Thai roads. Moreover, it is estimated that an average of twenty road traffic accidents a month (A26) ... elephants. This is clearly a (A27) ... of much concern not only for the city traffic authorities but also for anyone (A28) ... to preserve wildlife. In (A29) ... to the problem the government has organised a special team to help the police round up elephants in the city and send them back to the countryside to work, usually in the tourist (A30) ... . But this campaign has met with strong resistance from elephant handlers in Bangkok who (A31) ... a great deal of money selling fruit to visitors who want to feed the elephants.

1) event
2) incident
3) accident
4) matter

107
Задание 28 № 688

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The city authorities in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, have an unusual traffic problem to (A22) ... with — slow-moving elephants. The city already has a major problem with traffic (A23) ... and the elephants are making things considerably worse. But the fast pace of life in the city is not very good for the elephants either. Many are suffering from breathing problems (A24) ... by pollution. Others have sustained broken legs from falling into the ditches (канал) that typically (A25) ... along the side of many Thai roads. Moreover, it is estimated that an average of twenty road traffic accidents a month (A26) ... elephants. This is clearly a (A27) ... of much concern not only for the city traffic authorities but also for anyone (A28) ... to preserve wildlife. In (A29) ... to the problem the government has organised a special team to help the police round up elephants in the city and send them back to the countryside to work, usually in the tourist (A30) ... . But this campaign has met with strong resistance from elephant handlers in Bangkok who (A31) ... a great deal of money selling fruit to visitors who want to feed the elephants.

1) wanted
2) nervous
3) intended
4) anxious

108
Задание 29 № 689

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The city authorities in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, have an unusual traffic problem to (A22) ... with — slow-moving elephants. The city already has a major problem with traffic (A23) ... and the elephants are making things considerably worse. But the fast pace of life in the city is not very good for the elephants either. Many are suffering from breathing problems (A24) ... by pollution. Others have sustained broken legs from falling into the ditches (канал) that typically (A25) ... along the side of many Thai roads. Moreover, it is estimated that an average of twenty road traffic accidents a month (A26) ... elephants. This is clearly a (A27) ... of much concern not only for the city traffic authorities but also for anyone (A28) ... to preserve wildlife. In (A29) ... to the problem the government has organised a special team to help the police round up elephants in the city and send them back to the countryside to work, usually in the tourist (A30) ... . But this campaign has met with strong resistance from elephant handlers in Bangkok who (A31) ... a great deal of money selling fruit to visitors who want to feed the elephants.

1) result
2) response
3) call
4) attempt

109
Задание 30 № 690

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The city authorities in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, have an unusual traffic problem to (A22) ... with — slow-moving elephants. The city already has a major problem with traffic (A23) ... and the elephants are making things considerably worse. But the fast pace of life in the city is not very good for the elephants either. Many are suffering from breathing problems (A24) ... by pollution. Others have sustained broken legs from falling into the ditches (канал) that typically (A25) ... along the side of many Thai roads. Moreover, it is estimated that an average of twenty road traffic accidents a month (A26) ... elephants. This is clearly a (A27) ... of much concern not only for the city traffic authorities but also for anyone (A28) ... to preserve wildlife. In (A29) ... to the problem the government has organised a special team to help the police round up elephants in the city and send them back to the countryside to work, usually in the tourist (A30) ... . But this campaign has met with strong resistance from elephant handlers in Bangkok who (A31) ... a great deal of money selling fruit to visitors who want to feed the elephants.

1) camp
2) company
3) industry
4) work

110
Задание 31 № 691

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The city authorities in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, have an unusual traffic problem to (A22) ... with — slow-moving elephants. The city already has a major problem with traffic (A23) ... and the elephants are making things considerably worse. But the fast pace of life in the city is not very good for the elephants either. Many are suffering from breathing problems (A24) ... by pollution. Others have sustained broken legs from falling into the ditches (канал) that typically (A25) ... along the side of many Thai roads. Moreover, it is estimated that an average of twenty road traffic accidents a month (A26) ... elephants. This is clearly a (A27) ... of much concern not only for the city traffic authorities but also for anyone (A28) ... to preserve wildlife. In (A29) ... to the problem the government has organised a special team to help the police round up elephants in the city and send them back to the countryside to work, usually in the tourist (A30) ... . But this campaign has met with strong resistance from elephant handlers in Bangkok who (A31) ... a great deal of money selling fruit to visitors who want to feed the elephants.

1) earn
2) do
3) spend
4) take

111
Задание 22 № 742

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A soda drink with a turkey and gravy flavour that is (A22) ... as undrinkable by its manufacturers is selling extraordinarily well. Unexpectedly large quantities of bottles have been sold in the United States where they are preparing to (A23) ... Thanksgiving later this week. A company in Seattle which (A24) ... in unusual flavours put 6,000 bottles on (A25) ... last week at 99 cents each. They sold out within hours. Yesterday bidding (ставки) on the eBay online auction site (A26) ... more than 60 dollars a bottle. The nastiness of Turkey and Gravy Soda appears to be its biggest selling point. It (A27) ... the perfect joke gift to take home to Mum or a younger brother or sister. At Thanksgiving families traditionally (A28) ... a long weekend together. One newspaper reporter who (A29) ... the drink said that, at first sip, it tasted of sweet caramel and savoury butter and it got worse from there. Curiously, the drink is (A30) ... for vegetarians. Peter Van Stolk who (A31) ... the company which makes the drink called his product 'gross'.

1) called
2) considered
3) described
4) declared

112
Задание 23 № 743

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A soda drink with a turkey and gravy flavour that is (A22) ... as undrinkable by its manufacturers is selling extraordinarily well. Unexpectedly large quantities of bottles have been sold in the United States where they are preparing to (A23) ... Thanksgiving later this week. A company in Seattle which (A24) ... in unusual flavours put 6,000 bottles on (A25) ... last week at 99 cents each. They sold out within hours. Yesterday bidding (ставки) on the eBay online auction site (A26) ... more than 60 dollars a bottle. The nastiness of Turkey and Gravy Soda appears to be its biggest selling point. It (A27) ... the perfect joke gift to take home to Mum or a younger brother or sister. At Thanksgiving families traditionally (A28) ... a long weekend together. One newspaper reporter who (A29) ... the drink said that, at first sip, it tasted of sweet caramel and savoury butter and it got worse from there. Curiously, the drink is (A30) ... for vegetarians. Peter Van Stolk who (A31) ... the company which makes the drink called his product 'gross'.

1) amuse
2) entertain
3) remark
4) celebrate

113
Задание 24 № 744

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A soda drink with a turkey and gravy flavour that is (A22) ... as undrinkable by its manufacturers is selling extraordinarily well. Unexpectedly large quantities of bottles have been sold in the United States where they are preparing to (A23) ... Thanksgiving later this week. A company in Seattle which (A24) ... in unusual flavours put 6,000 bottles on (A25) ... last week at 99 cents each. They sold out within hours. Yesterday bidding (ставки) on the eBay online auction site (A26) ... more than 60 dollars a bottle. The nastiness of Turkey and Gravy Soda appears to be its biggest selling point. It (A27) ... the perfect joke gift to take home to Mum or a younger brother or sister. At Thanksgiving families traditionally (A28) ... a long weekend together. One newspaper reporter who (A29) ... the drink said that, at first sip, it tasted of sweet caramel and savoury butter and it got worse from there. Curiously, the drink is (A30) ... for vegetarians. Peter Van Stolk who (A31) ... the company which makes the drink called his product 'gross'.

1) concentrates
2) specialises
3) focuses
4) dedicates

114
Задание 25 № 745

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A soda drink with a turkey and gravy flavour that is (A22) ... as undrinkable by its manufacturers is selling extraordinarily well. Unexpectedly large quantities of bottles have been sold in the United States where they are preparing to (A23) ... Thanksgiving later this week. A company in Seattle which (A24) ... in unusual flavours put 6,000 bottles on (A25) ... last week at 99 cents each. They sold out within hours. Yesterday bidding (ставки) on the eBay online auction site (A26) ... more than 60 dollars a bottle. The nastiness of Turkey and Gravy Soda appears to be its biggest selling point. It (A27) ... the perfect joke gift to take home to Mum or a younger brother or sister. At Thanksgiving families traditionally (A28) ... a long weekend together. One newspaper reporter who (A29) ... the drink said that, at first sip, it tasted of sweet caramel and savoury butter and it got worse from there. Curiously, the drink is (A30) ... for vegetarians. Peter Van Stolk who (A31) ... the company which makes the drink called his product 'gross'.

1) purchase
2) bargain
3) show
4) sale

115
Задание 26 № 746

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A soda drink with a turkey and gravy flavour that is (A22) ... as undrinkable by its manufacturers is selling extraordinarily well. Unexpectedly large quantities of bottles have been sold in the United States where they are preparing to (A23) ... Thanksgiving later this week. A company in Seattle which (A24) ... in unusual flavours put 6,000 bottles on (A25) ... last week at 99 cents each. They sold out within hours. Yesterday bidding (ставки) on the eBay online auction site (A26) ... more than 60 dollars a bottle. The nastiness of Turkey and Gravy Soda appears to be its biggest selling point. It (A27) ... the perfect joke gift to take home to Mum or a younger brother or sister. At Thanksgiving families traditionally (A28) ... a long weekend together. One newspaper reporter who (A29) ... the drink said that, at first sip, it tasted of sweet caramel and savoury butter and it got worse from there. Curiously, the drink is (A30) ... for vegetarians. Peter Van Stolk who (A31) ... the company which makes the drink called his product 'gross'.

1) managed
2) raised
3) succeeded
4) reached

116
Задание 27 № 747

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A soda drink with a turkey and gravy flavour that is (A22) ... as undrinkable by its manufacturers is selling extraordinarily well. Unexpectedly large quantities of bottles have been sold in the United States where they are preparing to (A23) ... Thanksgiving later this week. A company in Seattle which (A24) ... in unusual flavours put 6,000 bottles on (A25) ... last week at 99 cents each. They sold out within hours. Yesterday bidding (ставки) on the eBay online auction site (A26) ... more than 60 dollars a bottle. The nastiness of Turkey and Gravy Soda appears to be its biggest selling point. It (A27) ... the perfect joke gift to take home to Mum or a younger brother or sister. At Thanksgiving families traditionally (A28) ... a long weekend together. One newspaper reporter who (A29) ... the drink said that, at first sip, it tasted of sweet caramel and savoury butter and it got worse from there. Curiously, the drink is (A30) ... for vegetarians. Peter Van Stolk who (A31) ... the company which makes the drink called his product 'gross'.

1) sees
2) turns
3) seems
4) watches

117
Задание 28 № 748

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A soda drink with a turkey and gravy flavour that is (A22) ... as undrinkable by its manufacturers is selling extraordinarily well. Unexpectedly large quantities of bottles have been sold in the United States where they are preparing to (A23) ... Thanksgiving later this week. A company in Seattle which (A24) ... in unusual flavours put 6,000 bottles on (A25) ... last week at 99 cents each. They sold out within hours. Yesterday bidding (ставки) on the eBay online auction site (A26) ... more than 60 dollars a bottle. The nastiness of Turkey and Gravy Soda appears to be its biggest selling point. It (A27) ... the perfect joke gift to take home to Mum or a younger brother or sister. At Thanksgiving families traditionally (A28) ... a long weekend together. One newspaper reporter who (A29) ... the drink said that, at first sip, it tasted of sweet caramel and savoury butter and it got worse from there. Curiously, the drink is (A30) ... for vegetarians. Peter Van Stolk who (A31) ... the company which makes the drink called his product 'gross'.

1) keep
2) spend
3) pass
4) go

118
Задание 29 № 749

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A soda drink with a turkey and gravy flavour that is (A22) ... as undrinkable by its manufacturers is selling extraordinarily well. Unexpectedly large quantities of bottles have been sold in the United States where they are preparing to (A23) ... Thanksgiving later this week. A company in Seattle which (A24) ... in unusual flavours put 6,000 bottles on (A25) ... last week at 99 cents each. They sold out within hours. Yesterday bidding (ставки) on the eBay online auction site (A26) ... more than 60 dollars a bottle. The nastiness of Turkey and Gravy Soda appears to be its biggest selling point. It (A27) ... the perfect joke gift to take home to Mum or a younger brother or sister. At Thanksgiving families traditionally (A28) ... a long weekend together. One newspaper reporter who (A29) ... the drink said that, at first sip, it tasted of sweet caramel and savoury butter and it got worse from there. Curiously, the drink is (A30) ... for vegetarians. Peter Van Stolk who (A31) ... the company which makes the drink called his product 'gross'.

1) tried
2) attempted
3) proved
4) experimented

119
Задание 30 № 750

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A soda drink with a turkey and gravy flavour that is (A22) ... as undrinkable by its manufacturers is selling extraordinarily well. Unexpectedly large quantities of bottles have been sold in the United States where they are preparing to (A23) ... Thanksgiving later this week. A company in Seattle which (A24) ... in unusual flavours put 6,000 bottles on (A25) ... last week at 99 cents each. They sold out within hours. Yesterday bidding (ставки) on the eBay online auction site (A26) ... more than 60 dollars a bottle. The nastiness of Turkey and Gravy Soda appears to be its biggest selling point. It (A27) ... the perfect joke gift to take home to Mum or a younger brother or sister. At Thanksgiving families traditionally (A28) ... a long weekend together. One newspaper reporter who (A29) ... the drink said that, at first sip, it tasted of sweet caramel and savoury butter and it got worse from there. Curiously, the drink is (A30) ... for vegetarians. Peter Van Stolk who (A31) ... the company which makes the drink called his product 'gross'.

1) comfortable
2) correct
3) relevant
4) suitable

120
Задание 22 № 802

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Even the earliest people, who (A22) ... the world about four thousand years before Christ, loved art. They produced many (A23) ... of art including paintings and sculptures. Pictures were typically (A24) ... on the walls of the caves which (A25) ... people with shelter. These caves could be described as people's first homes. It seems that people learnt to make dyes or paints from stone very early on in their history. White, for example, was produced from chalk and black from charcoal (уголь). The mineral was (A26) ... with water to make the dye. Some communities even heated minerals to produce new colours. Among the most (A27) ... cave paintings in Europe are those which were (A28) ... in the Lascaux caves in south-west France. They were first (A29) ... by schoolboys who were (A30) ... the caves. The paintings show pictures of animals such as bulls, cows, deer and horses. The pictures are very lifelike, showing that the artists had studied their subjects very (A31) ... .

1) lived
2) survived
3) existed
4) inhabited

121
Задание 23 № 803

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Even the earliest people, who (A22) ... the world about four thousand years before Christ, loved art. They produced many (A23) ... of art including paintings and sculptures. Pictures were typically (A24) ... on the walls of the caves which (A25) ... people with shelter. These caves could be described as people's first homes. It seems that people learnt to make dyes or paints from stone very early on in their history. White, for example, was produced from chalk and black from charcoal (уголь). The mineral was (A26) ... with water to make the dye. Some communities even heated minerals to produce new colours. Among the most (A27) ... cave paintings in Europe are those which were (A28) ... in the Lascaux caves in south-west France. They were first (A29) ... by schoolboys who were (A30) ... the caves. The paintings show pictures of animals such as bulls, cows, deer and horses. The pictures are very lifelike, showing that the artists had studied their subjects very (A31) ... .

1) works
2) things
3) makes
4) objects

122
Задание 24 № 804

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Even the earliest people, who (A22) ... the world about four thousand years before Christ, loved art. They produced many (A23) ... of art including paintings and sculptures. Pictures were typically (A24) ... on the walls of the caves which (A25) ... people with shelter. These caves could be described as people's first homes. It seems that people learnt to make dyes or paints from stone very early on in their history. White, for example, was produced from chalk and black from charcoal (уголь). The mineral was (A26) ... with water to make the dye. Some communities even heated minerals to produce new colours. Among the most (A27) ... cave paintings in Europe are those which were (A28) ... in the Lascaux caves in south-west France. They were first (A29) ... by schoolboys who were (A30) ... the caves. The paintings show pictures of animals such as bulls, cows, deer and horses. The pictures are very lifelike, showing that the artists had studied their subjects very (A31) ... .

1) designed
2) drawn
3) formed
4) built

123
Задание 25 № 805

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Even the earliest people, who (A22) ... the world about four thousand years before Christ, loved art. They produced many (A23) ... of art including paintings and sculptures. Pictures were typically (A24) ... on the walls of the caves which (A25) ... people with shelter. These caves could be described as people's first homes. It seems that people learnt to make dyes or paints from stone very early on in their history. White, for example, was produced from chalk and black from charcoal (уголь). The mineral was (A26) ... with water to make the dye. Some communities even heated minerals to produce new colours. Among the most (A27) ... cave paintings in Europe are those which were (A28) ... in the Lascaux caves in south-west France. They were first (A29) ... by schoolboys who were (A30) ... the caves. The paintings show pictures of animals such as bulls, cows, deer and horses. The pictures are very lifelike, showing that the artists had studied their subjects very (A31) ... .

1) allowed
2) made
3) gave
4) provided

124
Задание 26 № 806

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Even the earliest people, who (A22) ... the world about four thousand years before Christ, loved art. They produced many (A23) ... of art including paintings and sculptures. Pictures were typically (A24) ... on the walls of the caves which (A25) ... people with shelter. These caves could be described as people's first homes. It seems that people learnt to make dyes or paints from stone very early on in their history. White, for example, was produced from chalk and black from charcoal (уголь). The mineral was (A26) ... with water to make the dye. Some communities even heated minerals to produce new colours. Among the most (A27) ... cave paintings in Europe are those which were (A28) ... in the Lascaux caves in south-west France. They were first (A29) ... by schoolboys who were (A30) ... the caves. The paintings show pictures of animals such as bulls, cows, deer and horses. The pictures are very lifelike, showing that the artists had studied their subjects very (A31) ... .

1) confused
2) placed
3) mixed
4) united

125
Задание 27 № 807

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Even the earliest people, who (A22) ... the world about four thousand years before Christ, loved art. They produced many (A23) ... of art including paintings and sculptures. Pictures were typically (A24) ... on the walls of the caves which (A25) ... people with shelter. These caves could be described as people's first homes. It seems that people learnt to make dyes or paints from stone very early on in their history. White, for example, was produced from chalk and black from charcoal (уголь). The mineral was (A26) ... with water to make the dye. Some communities even heated minerals to produce new colours. Among the most (A27) ... cave paintings in Europe are those which were (A28) ... in the Lascaux caves in south-west France. They were first (A29) ... by schoolboys who were (A30) ... the caves. The paintings show pictures of animals such as bulls, cows, deer and horses. The pictures are very lifelike, showing that the artists had studied their subjects very (A31) ... .

1) famous
2) old
3) late
4) rich

126
Задание 28 № 808

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Even the earliest people, who (A22) ... the world about four thousand years before Christ, loved art. They produced many (A23) ... of art including paintings and sculptures. Pictures were typically (A24) ... on the walls of the caves which (A25) ... people with shelter. These caves could be described as people's first homes. It seems that people learnt to make dyes or paints from stone very early on in their history. White, for example, was produced from chalk and black from charcoal (уголь). The mineral was (A26) ... with water to make the dye. Some communities even heated minerals to produce new colours. Among the most (A27) ... cave paintings in Europe are those which were (A28) ... in the Lascaux caves in south-west France. They were first (A29) ... by schoolboys who were (A30) ... the caves. The paintings show pictures of animals such as bulls, cows, deer and horses. The pictures are very lifelike, showing that the artists had studied their subjects very (A31) ... .

1) provided
2) established
3) founded
4) found

127
Задание 29 № 809

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Even the earliest people, who (A22) ... the world about four thousand years before Christ, loved art. They produced many (A23) ... of art including paintings and sculptures. Pictures were typically (A24) ... on the walls of the caves which (A25) ... people with shelter. These caves could be described as people's first homes. It seems that people learnt to make dyes or paints from stone very early on in their history. White, for example, was produced from chalk and black from charcoal (уголь). The mineral was (A26) ... with water to make the dye. Some communities even heated minerals to produce new colours. Among the most (A27) ... cave paintings in Europe are those which were (A28) ... in the Lascaux caves in south-west France. They were first (A29) ... by schoolboys who were (A30) ... the caves. The paintings show pictures of animals such as bulls, cows, deer and horses. The pictures are very lifelike, showing that the artists had studied their subjects very (A31) ... .

1) opened
2) discovered
3) invented
4) found out

128
Задание 30 № 810

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Even the earliest people, who (A22) ... the world about four thousand years before Christ, loved art. They produced many (A23) ... of art including paintings and sculptures. Pictures were typically (A24) ... on the walls of the caves which (A25) ... people with shelter. These caves could be described as people's first homes. It seems that people learnt to make dyes or paints from stone very early on in their history. White, for example, was produced from chalk and black from charcoal (уголь). The mineral was (A26) ... with water to make the dye. Some communities even heated minerals to produce new colours. Among the most (A27) ... cave paintings in Europe are those which were (A28) ... in the Lascaux caves in south-west France. They were first (A29) ... by schoolboys who were (A30) ... the caves. The paintings show pictures of animals such as bulls, cows, deer and horses. The pictures are very lifelike, showing that the artists had studied their subjects very (A31) ... .

1) playing
2) avoiding
3) exploring
4) escaping

129
Задание 31 № 811

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1) quickly
2) carefully
3) easily
4) slowly

130
Задание 22 № 862

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According to the United Nations' population figures, the world's population will be (A22) ... for 8.9 billion by the year 2050, (A23) ... to 6.7 billion in 2009. This figure (A24) ... into account that each woman on the planet will give birth to two children. Eight billion, nine hundred million people may sound like an astronomical figure, yet statistics (A25) ... that, throughout the world, the number of children being born is (A26) ... . The explanation (A27) ... for this is the fact that women have become better educated and would rather (A28) ... a career than enjoy motherhood. Therefore, they (A29) ... bringing up many children and being out of work for long periods of time. All the same, the world's population will continue to increase in spite of the ageing population. This will happen because of an overall rise in life expectancy, especially in the developed countries. The main (A30) ... for this is that many diseases which were fatal in the past, can be (A31) ... nowadays.

1) heading
2) counting
3) increasing
4) raising

131
Задание 23 № 863

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According to the United Nations' population figures, the world's population will be (A22) ... for 8.9 billion by the year 2050, (A23) ... to 6.7 billion in 2009. This figure (A24) ... into account that each woman on the planet will give birth to two children. Eight billion, nine hundred million people may sound like an astronomical figure, yet statistics (A25) ... that, throughout the world, the number of children being born is (A26) ... . The explanation (A27) ... for this is the fact that women have become better educated and would rather (A28) ... a career than enjoy motherhood. Therefore, they (A29) ... bringing up many children and being out of work for long periods of time. All the same, the world's population will continue to increase in spite of the ageing population. This will happen because of an overall rise in life expectancy, especially in the developed countries. The main (A30) ... for this is that many diseases which were fatal in the past, can be (A31) ... nowadays.

1) considered
2) differed
3) competed
4) compared

132
Задание 24 № 864

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According to the United Nations' population figures, the world's population will be (A22) ... for 8.9 billion by the year 2050, (A23) ... to 6.7 billion in 2009. This figure (A24) ... into account that each woman on the planet will give birth to two children. Eight billion, nine hundred million people may sound like an astronomical figure, yet statistics (A25) ... that, throughout the world, the number of children being born is (A26) ... . The explanation (A27) ... for this is the fact that women have become better educated and would rather (A28) ... a career than enjoy motherhood. Therefore, they (A29) ... bringing up many children and being out of work for long periods of time. All the same, the world's population will continue to increase in spite of the ageing population. This will happen because of an overall rise in life expectancy, especially in the developed countries. The main (A30) ... for this is that many diseases which were fatal in the past, can be (A31) ... nowadays.

1) brings
2) gets
3) takes
4) gives

133
Задание 25 № 865

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According to the United Nations' population figures, the world's population will be (A22) ... for 8.9 billion by the year 2050, (A23) ... to 6.7 billion in 2009. This figure (A24) ... into account that each woman on the planet will give birth to two children. Eight billion, nine hundred million people may sound like an astronomical figure, yet statistics (A25) ... that, throughout the world, the number of children being born is (A26) ... . The explanation (A27) ... for this is the fact that women have become better educated and would rather (A28) ... a career than enjoy motherhood. Therefore, they (A29) ... bringing up many children and being out of work for long periods of time. All the same, the world's population will continue to increase in spite of the ageing population. This will happen because of an overall rise in life expectancy, especially in the developed countries. The main (A30) ... for this is that many diseases which were fatal in the past, can be (A31) ... nowadays.

1) reveal
2) offer
3) open
4) produce

134
Задание 26 № 866

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According to the United Nations' population figures, the world's population will be (A22) ... for 8.9 billion by the year 2050, (A23) ... to 6.7 billion in 2009. This figure (A24) ... into account that each woman on the planet will give birth to two children. Eight billion, nine hundred million people may sound like an astronomical figure, yet statistics (A25) ... that, throughout the world, the number of children being born is (A26) ... . The explanation (A27) ... for this is the fact that women have become better educated and would rather (A28) ... a career than enjoy motherhood. Therefore, they (A29) ... bringing up many children and being out of work for long periods of time. All the same, the world's population will continue to increase in spite of the ageing population. This will happen because of an overall rise in life expectancy, especially in the developed countries. The main (A30) ... for this is that many diseases which were fatal in the past, can be (A31) ... nowadays.

1) missing
2) sinking
3) dropping
4) leaving

135
Задание 27 № 867

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According to the United Nations' population figures, the world's population will be (A22) ... for 8.9 billion by the year 2050, (A23) ... to 6.7 billion in 2009. This figure (A24) ... into account that each woman on the planet will give birth to two children. Eight billion, nine hundred million people may sound like an astronomical figure, yet statistics (A25) ... that, throughout the world, the number of children being born is (A26) ... . The explanation (A27) ... for this is the fact that women have become better educated and would rather (A28) ... a career than enjoy motherhood. Therefore, they (A29) ... bringing up many children and being out of work for long periods of time. All the same, the world's population will continue to increase in spite of the ageing population. This will happen because of an overall rise in life expectancy, especially in the developed countries. The main (A30) ... for this is that many diseases which were fatal in the past, can be (A31) ... nowadays.

1) given
2) taken
3) supported
4) told

136
Задание 28 № 868

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According to the United Nations' population figures, the world's population will be (A22) ... for 8.9 billion by the year 2050, (A23) ... to 6.7 billion in 2009. This figure (A24) ... into account that each woman on the planet will give birth to two children. Eight billion, nine hundred million people may sound like an astronomical figure, yet statistics (A25) ... that, throughout the world, the number of children being born is (A26) ... . The explanation (A27) ... for this is the fact that women have become better educated and would rather (A28) ... a career than enjoy motherhood. Therefore, they (A29) ... bringing up many children and being out of work for long periods of time. All the same, the world's population will continue to increase in spite of the ageing population. This will happen because of an overall rise in life expectancy, especially in the developed countries. The main (A30) ... for this is that many diseases which were fatal in the past, can be (A31) ... nowadays.

1) carry
2) do
3) make
4) advance

137
Задание 29 № 869

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According to the United Nations' population figures, the world's population will be (A22) ... for 8.9 billion by the year 2050, (A23) ... to 6.7 billion in 2009. This figure (A24) ... into account that each woman on the planet will give birth to two children. Eight billion, nine hundred million people may sound like an astronomical figure, yet statistics (A25) ... that, throughout the world, the number of children being born is (A26) ... . The explanation (A27) ... for this is the fact that women have become better educated and would rather (A28) ... a career than enjoy motherhood. Therefore, they (A29) ... bringing up many children and being out of work for long periods of time. All the same, the world's population will continue to increase in spite of the ageing population. This will happen because of an overall rise in life expectancy, especially in the developed countries. The main (A30) ... for this is that many diseases which were fatal in the past, can be (A31) ... nowadays.

1) prevent
2) fail
3) avoid
4) prohibit

138
Задание 30 № 870

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According to the United Nations' population figures, the world's population will be (A22) ... for 8.9 billion by the year 2050, (A23) ... to 6.7 billion in 2009. This figure (A24) ... into account that each woman on the planet will give birth to two children. Eight billion, nine hundred million people may sound like an astronomical figure, yet statistics (A25) ... that, throughout the world, the number of children being born is (A26) ... . The explanation (A27) ... for this is the fact that women have become better educated and would rather (A28) ... a career than enjoy motherhood. Therefore, they (A29) ... bringing up many children and being out of work for long periods of time. All the same, the world's population will continue to increase in spite of the ageing population. This will happen because of an overall rise in life expectancy, especially in the developed countries. The main (A30) ... for this is that many diseases which were fatal in the past, can be (A31) ... nowadays.

1) reason
2) cause
3) thought
4) effect

139
Задание 31 № 871

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According to the United Nations' population figures, the world's population will be (A22) ... for 8.9 billion by the year 2050, (A23) ... to 6.7 billion in 2009. This figure (A24) ... into account that each woman on the planet will give birth to two children. Eight billion, nine hundred million people may sound like an astronomical figure, yet statistics (A25) ... that, throughout the world, the number of children being born is (A26) ... . The explanation (A27) ... for this is the fact that women have become better educated and would rather (A28) ... a career than enjoy motherhood. Therefore, they (A29) ... bringing up many children and being out of work for long periods of time. All the same, the world's population will continue to increase in spite of the ageing population. This will happen because of an overall rise in life expectancy, especially in the developed countries. The main (A30) ... for this is that many diseases which were fatal in the past, can be (A31) ... nowadays.

1) recovered
2) cured
3) struggled
4) dealt

140
Задание 25 № 925

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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) think
2) give
3) make
4) supply

141
Задание 23 № 983

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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) makes
2) does
3) changes
4) fills

142
Задание 24 № 984

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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) side
2) view
3) face
4) hand

143
Задание 25 № 985

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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) win
2) gain
3) earn
4) accept

144
Задание 26 № 986

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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) buy
2) pay
3) spend
4) purchase

145
Задание 27 № 987

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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) make
2) give
3) take
4) do

146
Задание 28 № 988

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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) needless
2) useless
3) priceless
4) penniless

147
Задание 29 № 989

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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) put
2) try
3) make
4) do

148
Задание 30 № 990

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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) matter
2) mean
3) play
4) act

149
Задание 31 № 991

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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) heavy
2) difficult
3) strong
4) hard

150
Задание 23 № 1043

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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) devote
2) lose
3) waste
4) spend

151
Задание 24 № 1044

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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) free
2) empty
3) wide
4) open

152
Задание 25 № 1045

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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) view
2) regard
3) thought
4) belief

153
Задание 26 № 1046

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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) connection
2) link
3) touch
4) approach

154
Задание 27 № 1047

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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) decide
2) determine
3) fix
4) arrange

155
Задание 28 № 1048

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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) lots
2) amount
3) variety
4) many

156
Задание 29 № 1049

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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) fit
2) match
3) suit
4) join

157
Задание 30 № 1050

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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) arrive
2) get
3) achieve
4) reach

158
Задание 31 № 1051

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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) include
2) enjoy
3) engage
4) involve

159
Задание 24 № 1104

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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

160
Задание 25 № 1105

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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

161
Задание 26 № 1106

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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

162
Задание 27 № 1107

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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

163
Задание 28 № 1108

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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

164
Задание 29 № 1109

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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

165
Задание 30 № 1110

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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

166
Задание 31 № 1111

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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

167
Задание 22 № 1162

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Possibly the chilliest place you could ever (A22) ... in is the Snow Village Ice Hotel, (A23) ... in northern Finland. The hotel (A24) ... the warmest of welcomes in the coldest of settings. The walls, ceilings, and furniture — including the beds — are all (A25) ... from ice, so the indoor temperature stays permanently below zero. Before sending you off to your personal room for the night the hotel (A26) ... a mattress, a blanket made of reindeer (северный олень) skin, and a thermal sleeping (A27) ... . Lying in bed, (A28) ... will be impressed by total silence. Slippery surfaces and icy corners are everywhere, and the hotel's lights remain (A29) ... on all night. Last time I was there I (A30) ... in bed for hours counting reindeer jumping over fences. I finally (A31) ... asleep at 5.00 a.m. after enjoying a very brief glimpse of the legendary Northern Lights, magical displays of blue and green light visible in the night sky up to 200 times a year.

1) leave
2) stay
3) put
4) stand

168
Задание 23 № 1163

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Possibly the chilliest place you could ever (A22) ... in is the Snow Village Ice Hotel, (A23) ... in northern Finland. The hotel (A24) ... the warmest of welcomes in the coldest of settings. The walls, ceilings, and furniture — including the beds — are all (A25) ... from ice, so the indoor temperature stays permanently below zero. Before sending you off to your personal room for the night the hotel (A26) ... a mattress, a blanket made of reindeer (северный олень) skin, and a thermal sleeping (A27) ... . Lying in bed, (A28) ... will be impressed by total silence. Slippery surfaces and icy corners are everywhere, and the hotel's lights remain (A29) ... on all night. Last time I was there I (A30) ... in bed for hours counting reindeer jumping over fences. I finally (A31) ... asleep at 5.00 a.m. after enjoying a very brief glimpse of the legendary Northern Lights, magical displays of blue and green light visible in the night sky up to 200 times a year.

1) brought
2) held
3) set
4) located

169
Задание 24 № 1164

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Possibly the chilliest place you could ever (A22) ... in is the Snow Village Ice Hotel, (A23) ... in northern Finland. The hotel (A24) ... the warmest of welcomes in the coldest of settings. The walls, ceilings, and furniture — including the beds — are all (A25) ... from ice, so the indoor temperature stays permanently below zero. Before sending you off to your personal room for the night the hotel (A26) ... a mattress, a blanket made of reindeer (северный олень) skin, and a thermal sleeping (A27) ... . Lying in bed, (A28) ... will be impressed by total silence. Slippery surfaces and icy corners are everywhere, and the hotel's lights remain (A29) ... on all night. Last time I was there I (A30) ... in bed for hours counting reindeer jumping over fences. I finally (A31) ... asleep at 5.00 a.m. after enjoying a very brief glimpse of the legendary Northern Lights, magical displays of blue and green light visible in the night sky up to 200 times a year.

1) offers
2) suggests
3) proposes
4) advises

170
Задание 25 № 1165

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Possibly the chilliest place you could ever (A22) ... in is the Snow Village Ice Hotel, (A23) ... in northern Finland. The hotel (A24) ... the warmest of welcomes in the coldest of settings. The walls, ceilings, and furniture — including the beds — are all (A25) ... from ice, so the indoor temperature stays permanently below zero. Before sending you off to your personal room for the night the hotel (A26) ... a mattress, a blanket made of reindeer (северный олень) skin, and a thermal sleeping (A27) ... . Lying in bed, (A28) ... will be impressed by total silence. Slippery surfaces and icy corners are everywhere, and the hotel's lights remain (A29) ... on all night. Last time I was there I (A30) ... in bed for hours counting reindeer jumping over fences. I finally (A31) ... asleep at 5.00 a.m. after enjoying a very brief glimpse of the legendary Northern Lights, magical displays of blue and green light visible in the night sky up to 200 times a year.

1) done
2) invented
3) made
4) carried

171
Задание 26 № 1166

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Possibly the chilliest place you could ever (A22) ... in is the Snow Village Ice Hotel, (A23) ... in northern Finland. The hotel (A24) ... the warmest of welcomes in the coldest of settings. The walls, ceilings, and furniture — including the beds — are all (A25) ... from ice, so the indoor temperature stays permanently below zero. Before sending you off to your personal room for the night the hotel (A26) ... a mattress, a blanket made of reindeer (северный олень) skin, and a thermal sleeping (A27) ... . Lying in bed, (A28) ... will be impressed by total silence. Slippery surfaces and icy corners are everywhere, and the hotel's lights remain (A29) ... on all night. Last time I was there I (A30) ... in bed for hours counting reindeer jumping over fences. I finally (A31) ... asleep at 5.00 a.m. after enjoying a very brief glimpse of the legendary Northern Lights, magical displays of blue and green light visible in the night sky up to 200 times a year.

1) takes
2) allows
3) borrows
4) provides

172
Задание 27 № 1167

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Possibly the chilliest place you could ever (A22) ... in is the Snow Village Ice Hotel, (A23) ... in northern Finland. The hotel (A24) ... the warmest of welcomes in the coldest of settings. The walls, ceilings, and furniture — including the beds — are all (A25) ... from ice, so the indoor temperature stays permanently below zero. Before sending you off to your personal room for the night the hotel (A26) ... a mattress, a blanket made of reindeer (северный олень) skin, and a thermal sleeping (A27) ... . Lying in bed, (A28) ... will be impressed by total silence. Slippery surfaces and icy corners are everywhere, and the hotel's lights remain (A29) ... on all night. Last time I was there I (A30) ... in bed for hours counting reindeer jumping over fences. I finally (A31) ... asleep at 5.00 a.m. after enjoying a very brief glimpse of the legendary Northern Lights, magical displays of blue and green light visible in the night sky up to 200 times a year.

1) box
2) bag
3) bed
4) cover

173
Задание 28 № 1168

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Possibly the chilliest place you could ever (A22) ... in is the Snow Village Ice Hotel, (A23) ... in northern Finland. The hotel (A24) ... the warmest of welcomes in the coldest of settings. The walls, ceilings, and furniture — including the beds — are all (A25) ... from ice, so the indoor temperature stays permanently below zero. Before sending you off to your personal room for the night the hotel (A26) ... a mattress, a blanket made of reindeer (северный олень) skin, and a thermal sleeping (A27) ... . Lying in bed, (A28) ... will be impressed by total silence. Slippery surfaces and icy corners are everywhere, and the hotel's lights remain (A29) ... on all night. Last time I was there I (A30) ... in bed for hours counting reindeer jumping over fences. I finally (A31) ... asleep at 5.00 a.m. after enjoying a very brief glimpse of the legendary Northern Lights, magical displays of blue and green light visible in the night sky up to 200 times a year.

1) guests
2) members
3) hosts
4) owners

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Задание 29 № 1169

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Possibly the chilliest place you could ever (A22) ... in is the Snow Village Ice Hotel, (A23) ... in northern Finland. The hotel (A24) ... the warmest of welcomes in the coldest of settings. The walls, ceilings, and furniture — including the beds — are all (A25) ... from ice, so the indoor temperature stays permanently below zero. Before sending you off to your personal room for the night the hotel (A26) ... a mattress, a blanket made of reindeer (северный олень) skin, and a thermal sleeping (A27) ... . Lying in bed, (A28) ... will be impressed by total silence. Slippery surfaces and icy corners are everywhere, and the hotel's lights remain (A29) ... on all night. Last time I was there I (A30) ... in bed for hours counting reindeer jumping over fences. I finally (A31) ... asleep at 5.00 a.m. after enjoying a very brief glimpse of the legendary Northern Lights, magical displays of blue and green light visible in the night sky up to 200 times a year.

1) kept
2) taken
3) switched
4) moved

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Задание 30 № 1170

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Possibly the chilliest place you could ever (A22) ... in is the Snow Village Ice Hotel, (A23) ... in northern Finland. The hotel (A24) ... the warmest of welcomes in the coldest of settings. The walls, ceilings, and furniture — including the beds — are all (A25) ... from ice, so the indoor temperature stays permanently below zero. Before sending you off to your personal room for the night the hotel (A26) ... a mattress, a blanket made of reindeer (северный олень) skin, and a thermal sleeping (A27) ... . Lying in bed, (A28) ... will be impressed by total silence. Slippery surfaces and icy corners are everywhere, and the hotel's lights remain (A29) ... on all night. Last time I was there I (A30) ... in bed for hours counting reindeer jumping over fences. I finally (A31) ... asleep at 5.00 a.m. after enjoying a very brief glimpse of the legendary Northern Lights, magical displays of blue and green light visible in the night sky up to 200 times a year.

1) laid
2) lain
3) lay
4) lied

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Задание 31 № 1171

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Possibly the chilliest place you could ever (A22) ... in is the Snow Village Ice Hotel, (A23) ... in northern Finland. The hotel (A24) ... the warmest of welcomes in the coldest of settings. The walls, ceilings, and furniture — including the beds — are all (A25) ... from ice, so the indoor temperature stays permanently below zero. Before sending you off to your personal room for the night the hotel (A26) ... a mattress, a blanket made of reindeer (северный олень) skin, and a thermal sleeping (A27) ... . Lying in bed, (A28) ... will be impressed by total silence. Slippery surfaces and icy corners are everywhere, and the hotel's lights remain (A29) ... on all night. Last time I was there I (A30) ... in bed for hours counting reindeer jumping over fences. I finally (A31) ... asleep at 5.00 a.m. after enjoying a very brief glimpse of the legendary Northern Lights, magical displays of blue and green light visible in the night sky up to 200 times a year.

1) began
2) became
3) started
4) fell

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Задание 22 № 1342

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It is difficult to imagine a world without tomatoes. These days, the bright red fruit plays an important role in the cooking of many cultures and is a key ingredient in many types of fast food, (A22) ... both taste and colour to dishes that otherwise would be rather ordinary. The tomato (A23) ... to the nightshade family of plants, many members of which are poisonous. When they were first (A24) ... into North America, therefore, tomatoes were viewed with (A25) ... and people tended to use them as table decorations rather than as food. In Europe, the tomato was first grown in Italy in 1555, although it wasn't (A26) ... with pasta until much later. The first (A27) ... for tomato ketchup dates from 1727 and in the 1800s, tomatoes began to be used more (A28) ... in sources and soups. These days, as well as tasting good, tomatoes are (A29) ... to contain substances which are good for our health. Nutritionists (A30) ... out, however, that many processed tomato products also contain additives such as salt and Sugar which can (A31) ... the beneficial effects of the fruit.

1) mixing
2) putting
3) making
4) giving

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Задание 23 № 1343

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It is difficult to imagine a world without tomatoes. These days, the bright red fruit plays an important role in the cooking of many cultures and is a key ingredient in many types of fast food, (A22) ... both taste and colour to dishes that otherwise would be rather ordinary. The tomato (A23) ... to the nightshade family of plants, many members of which are poisonous. When they were first (A24) ... into North America, therefore, tomatoes were viewed with (A25) ... and people tended to use them as table decorations rather than as food. In Europe, the tomato was first grown in Italy in 1555, although it wasn't (A26) ... with pasta until much later. The first (A27) ... for tomato ketchup dates from 1727 and in the 1800s, tomatoes began to be used more (A28) ... in sources and soups. These days, as well as tasting good, tomatoes are (A29) ... to contain substances which are good for our health. Nutritionists (A30) ... out, however, that many processed tomato products also contain additives such as salt and Sugar which can (A31) ... the beneficial effects of the fruit.

1) fits
2) connects
3) belongs
4) comes

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Задание 24 № 1344

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It is difficult to imagine a world without tomatoes. These days, the bright red fruit plays an important role in the cooking of many cultures and is a key ingredient in many types of fast food, (A22) ... both taste and colour to dishes that otherwise would be rather ordinary. The tomato (A23) ... to the nightshade family of plants, many members of which are poisonous. When they were first (A24) ... into North America, therefore, tomatoes were viewed with (A25) ... and people tended to use them as table decorations rather than as food. In Europe, the tomato was first grown in Italy in 1555, although it wasn't (A26) ... with pasta until much later. The first (A27) ... for tomato ketchup dates from 1727 and in the 1800s, tomatoes began to be used more (A28) ... in sources and soups. These days, as well as tasting good, tomatoes are (A29) ... to contain substances which are good for our health. Nutritionists (A30) ... out, however, that many processed tomato products also contain additives such as salt and Sugar which can (A31) ... the beneficial effects of the fruit.

1) presented
2) imported
3) arrived
4) appeared

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Задание 25 № 1345

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It is difficult to imagine a world without tomatoes. These days, the bright red fruit plays an important role in the cooking of many cultures and is a key ingredient in many types of fast food, (A22) ... both taste and colour to dishes that otherwise would be rather ordinary. The tomato (A23) ... to the nightshade family of plants, many members of which are poisonous. When they were first (A24) ... into North America, therefore, tomatoes were viewed with (A25) ... and people tended to use them as table decorations rather than as food. In Europe, the tomato was first grown in Italy in 1555, although it wasn't (A26) ... with pasta until much later. The first (A27) ... for tomato ketchup dates from 1727 and in the 1800s, tomatoes began to be used more (A28) ... in sources and soups. These days, as well as tasting good, tomatoes are (A29) ... to contain substances which are good for our health. Nutritionists (A30) ... out, however, that many processed tomato products also contain additives such as salt and Sugar which can (A31) ... the beneficial effects of the fruit.

1) suspicion
2) danger
3) threat
4) enthusiasm

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Задание 26 № 1346

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It is difficult to imagine a world without tomatoes. These days, the bright red fruit plays an important role in the cooking of many cultures and is a key ingredient in many types of fast food, (A22) ... both taste and colour to dishes that otherwise would be rather ordinary. The tomato (A23) ... to the nightshade family of plants, many members of which are poisonous. When they were first (A24) ... into North America, therefore, tomatoes were viewed with (A25) ... and people tended to use them as table decorations rather than as food. In Europe, the tomato was first grown in Italy in 1555, although it wasn't (A26) ... with pasta until much later. The first (A27) ... for tomato ketchup dates from 1727 and in the 1800s, tomatoes began to be used more (A28) ... in sources and soups. These days, as well as tasting good, tomatoes are (A29) ... to contain substances which are good for our health. Nutritionists (A30) ... out, however, that many processed tomato products also contain additives such as salt and Sugar which can (A31) ... the beneficial effects of the fruit.

1) joined
2) accompanied
3) added
4) combined

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Задание 27 № 1347

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It is difficult to imagine a world without tomatoes. These days, the bright red fruit plays an important role in the cooking of many cultures and is a key ingredient in many types of fast food, (A22) ... both taste and colour to dishes that otherwise would be rather ordinary. The tomato (A23) ... to the nightshade family of plants, many members of which are poisonous. When they were first (A24) ... into North America, therefore, tomatoes were viewed with (A25) ... and people tended to use them as table decorations rather than as food. In Europe, the tomato was first grown in Italy in 1555, although it wasn't (A26) ... with pasta until much later. The first (A27) ... for tomato ketchup dates from 1727 and in the 1800s, tomatoes began to be used more (A28) ... in sources and soups. These days, as well as tasting good, tomatoes are (A29) ... to contain substances which are good for our health. Nutritionists (A30) ... out, however, that many processed tomato products also contain additives such as salt and Sugar which can (A31) ... the beneficial effects of the fruit.

1) receipt
2) prescription
3) guidelines
4) recipe

183
Задание 28 № 1348

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It is difficult to imagine a world without tomatoes. These days, the bright red fruit plays an important role in the cooking of many cultures and is a key ingredient in many types of fast food, (A22) ... both taste and colour to dishes that otherwise would be rather ordinary. The tomato (A23) ... to the nightshade family of plants, many members of which are poisonous. When they were first (A24) ... into North America, therefore, tomatoes were viewed with (A25) ... and people tended to use them as table decorations rather than as food. In Europe, the tomato was first grown in Italy in 1555, although it wasn't (A26) ... with pasta until much later. The first (A27) ... for tomato ketchup dates from 1727 and in the 1800s, tomatoes began to be used more (A28) ... in sources and soups. These days, as well as tasting good, tomatoes are (A29) ... to contain substances which are good for our health. Nutritionists (A30) ... out, however, that many processed tomato products also contain additives such as salt and Sugar which can (A31) ... the beneficial effects of the fruit.

1) greatly
2) broadly
3) widely
4) wholly

184
Задание 29 № 1349

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It is difficult to imagine a world without tomatoes. These days, the bright red fruit plays an important role in the cooking of many cultures and is a key ingredient in many types of fast food, (A22) ... both taste and colour to dishes that otherwise would be rather ordinary. The tomato (A23) ... to the nightshade family of plants, many members of which are poisonous. When they were first (A24) ... into North America, therefore, tomatoes were viewed with (A25) ... and people tended to use them as table decorations rather than as food. In Europe, the tomato was first grown in Italy in 1555, although it wasn't (A26) ... with pasta until much later. The first (A27) ... for tomato ketchup dates from 1727 and in the 1800s, tomatoes began to be used more (A28) ... in sources and soups. These days, as well as tasting good, tomatoes are (A29) ... to contain substances which are good for our health. Nutritionists (A30) ... out, however, that many processed tomato products also contain additives such as salt and Sugar which can (A31) ... the beneficial effects of the fruit.

1) aware
2) realised
3) known
4) accepted

185
Задание 30 № 1350

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It is difficult to imagine a world without tomatoes. These days, the bright red fruit plays an important role in the cooking of many cultures and is a key ingredient in many types of fast food, (A22) ... both taste and colour to dishes that otherwise would be rather ordinary. The tomato (A23) ... to the nightshade family of plants, many members of which are poisonous. When they were first (A24) ... into North America, therefore, tomatoes were viewed with (A25) ... and people tended to use them as table decorations rather than as food. In Europe, the tomato was first grown in Italy in 1555, although it wasn't (A26) ... with pasta until much later. The first (A27) ... for tomato ketchup dates from 1727 and in the 1800s, tomatoes began to be used more (A28) ... in sources and soups. These days, as well as tasting good, tomatoes are (A29) ... to contain substances which are good for our health. Nutritionists (A30) ... out, however, that many processed tomato products also contain additives such as salt and Sugar which can (A31) ... the beneficial effects of the fruit.

1) prove
2) point
3) mark
4) show

186
Задание 31 № 1351

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It is difficult to imagine a world without tomatoes. These days, the bright red fruit plays an important role in the cooking of many cultures and is a key ingredient in many types of fast food, (A22) ... both taste and colour to dishes that otherwise would be rather ordinary. The tomato (A23) ... to the nightshade family of plants, many members of which are poisonous. When they were first (A24) ... into North America, therefore, tomatoes were viewed with (A25) ... and people tended to use them as table decorations rather than as food. In Europe, the tomato was first grown in Italy in 1555, although it wasn't (A26) ... with pasta until much later. The first (A27) ... for tomato ketchup dates from 1727 and in the 1800s, tomatoes began to be used more (A28) ... in sources and soups. These days, as well as tasting good, tomatoes are (A29) ... to contain substances which are good for our health. Nutritionists (A30) ... out, however, that many processed tomato products also contain additives such as salt and Sugar which can (A31) ... the beneficial effects of the fruit.

1) reduce
2) refuse
3) shorten
4) low

187
Задание 23 № 1403

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It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be (A23) ... of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you've (A24) ... up your (A25) ... to achieve a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don't let the negative criticism of others (A26) ... you from reaching your target, and let constructive criticism have a positive (A27) ... on your work. If someone says you're totally (A28) ... in talent, ignore them. That's negative criticism. If, however, someone (A29) ... you to revise your work and gives you good reasons for doing so, you should consider their suggestions carefully. There are many film stars who were once out of work. There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel — or who didn't, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it published. Being successful does (A30) ... on luck, to a certain extent. But things are more likely to (A31) ... well if you keep trying and stay positive.

1) familiar
2) prepared
3) intelligent
4) aware

188
Задание 24 № 1404

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It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be (A23) ... of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you've (A24) ... up your (A25) ... to achieve a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don't let the negative criticism of others (A26) ... you from reaching your target, and let constructive criticism have a positive (A27) ... on your work. If someone says you're totally (A28) ... in talent, ignore them. That's negative criticism. If, however, someone (A29) ... you to revise your work and gives you good reasons for doing so, you should consider their suggestions carefully. There are many film stars who were once out of work. There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel — or who didn't, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it published. Being successful does (A30) ... on luck, to a certain extent. But things are more likely to (A31) ... well if you keep trying and stay positive.

1) made
2) done
3) turned
4) taken

189
Задание 25 № 1405

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It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be (A23) ... of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you've (A24) ... up your (A25) ... to achieve a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don't let the negative criticism of others (A26) ... you from reaching your target, and let constructive criticism have a positive (A27) ... on your work. If someone says you're totally (A28) ... in talent, ignore them. That's negative criticism. If, however, someone (A29) ... you to revise your work and gives you good reasons for doing so, you should consider their suggestions carefully. There are many film stars who were once out of work. There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel — or who didn't, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it published. Being successful does (A30) ... on luck, to a certain extent. But things are more likely to (A31) ... well if you keep trying and stay positive.

1) brain
2) mind
3) though
4) head

190
Задание 26 № 1406

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It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be (A23) ... of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you've (A24) ... up your (A25) ... to achieve a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don't let the negative criticism of others (A26) ... you from reaching your target, and let constructive criticism have a positive (A27) ... on your work. If someone says you're totally (A28) ... in talent, ignore them. That's negative criticism. If, however, someone (A29) ... you to revise your work and gives you good reasons for doing so, you should consider their suggestions carefully. There are many film stars who were once out of work. There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel — or who didn't, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it published. Being successful does (A30) ... on luck, to a certain extent. But things are more likely to (A31) ... well if you keep trying and stay positive.

1) interrupt
2) remove
3) persuade
4) prevent

191
Задание 27 № 1407

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It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be (A23) ... of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you've (A24) ... up your (A25) ... to achieve a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don't let the negative criticism of others (A26) ... you from reaching your target, and let constructive criticism have a positive (A27) ... on your work. If someone says you're totally (A28) ... in talent, ignore them. That's negative criticism. If, however, someone (A29) ... you to revise your work and gives you good reasons for doing so, you should consider their suggestions carefully. There are many film stars who were once out of work. There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel — or who didn't, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it published. Being successful does (A30) ... on luck, to a certain extent. But things are more likely to (A31) ... well if you keep trying and stay positive.

1) outcome
2) result
3) effect
4) consequence

192
Задание 28 № 1408

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It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be (A23) ... of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you've (A24) ... up your (A25) ... to achieve a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don't let the negative criticism of others (A26) ... you from reaching your target, and let constructive criticism have a positive (A27) ... on your work. If someone says you're totally (A28) ... in talent, ignore them. That's negative criticism. If, however, someone (A29) ... you to revise your work and gives you good reasons for doing so, you should consider their suggestions carefully. There are many film stars who were once out of work. There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel — or who didn't, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it published. Being successful does (A30) ... on luck, to a certain extent. But things are more likely to (A31) ... well if you keep trying and stay positive.

1) short
2) lacking
3) missing
4) absent

193
Задание 29 № 1409

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It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be (A23) ... of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you've (A24) ... up your (A25) ... to achieve a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don't let the negative criticism of others (A26) ... you from reaching your target, and let constructive criticism have a positive (A27) ... on your work. If someone says you're totally (A28) ... in talent, ignore them. That's negative criticism. If, however, someone (A29) ... you to revise your work and gives you good reasons for doing so, you should consider their suggestions carefully. There are many film stars who were once out of work. There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel — or who didn't, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it published. Being successful does (A30) ... on luck, to a certain extent. But things are more likely to (A31) ... well if you keep trying and stay positive.

1) suggests
2) advises
3) makes
4) explains

194
Задание 30 № 1410

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It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be (A23) ... of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you've (A24) ... up your (A25) ... to achieve a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don't let the negative criticism of others (A26) ... you from reaching your target, and let constructive criticism have a positive (A27) ... on your work. If someone says you're totally (A28) ... in talent, ignore them. That's negative criticism. If, however, someone (A29) ... you to revise your work and gives you good reasons for doing so, you should consider their suggestions carefully. There are many film stars who were once out of work. There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel — or who didn't, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it published. Being successful does (A30) ... on luck, to a certain extent. But things are more likely to (A31) ... well if you keep trying and stay positive.

1) require
2) need
3) depend
4) trust

195
Задание 31 № 1411

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It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be (A23) ... of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you've (A24) ... up your (A25) ... to achieve a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don't let the negative criticism of others (A26) ... you from reaching your target, and let constructive criticism have a positive (A27) ... on your work. If someone says you're totally (A28) ... in talent, ignore them. That's negative criticism. If, however, someone (A29) ... you to revise your work and gives you good reasons for doing so, you should consider their suggestions carefully. There are many film stars who were once out of work. There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel — or who didn't, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it published. Being successful does (A30) ... on luck, to a certain extent. But things are more likely to (A31) ... well if you keep trying and stay positive.

1) turn out
2) make out
3) pick out
4) look out

196
Задание 23 № 1463

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Napoleon III of France was (A23) ... for the invention of the butter substitute known as margarine. He was looking for a cheap (A24) ... to butter for the poorer people of society, and for his army and navy. So he (A25) ... up a prize competition to see who would (A26) ... up with the best solution.

There was only one entry into this competition, from a man called Meges-Mouries. He had (A27) ... over two years experimenting, and finally found an acceptable butter substitute made from milk and various animal fats. Meges-Mouries' invention was awarded the prize.

Margarine soon went into mass production and was exported all over the world. In Britain it was called 'Butterine', until protests from farmers (A28) ... to that name being made illegal. Farmers in America were not happy about the new arrival on the market either. They (A29) ... to the yellow colouring, saying that it made it resemble butter so closely that it could deceive consumers. In effect, Napoleon III's competition is still going on. The ultimate (A30) ... of every margarine manufacturer is to produce a product that is (A31) ... to distinguish from butter. And they keep trying.

1) responsible
2) concerned
3) interested
4) worried

197
Задание 24 № 1464

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Napoleon III of France was (A23) ... for the invention of the butter substitute known as margarine. He was looking for a cheap (A24) ... to butter for the poorer people of society, and for his army and navy. So he (A25) ... up a prize competition to see who would (A26) ... up with the best solution.

There was only one entry into this competition, from a man called Meges-Mouries. He had (A27) ... over two years experimenting, and finally found an acceptable butter substitute made from milk and various animal fats. Meges-Mouries' invention was awarded the prize.

Margarine soon went into mass production and was exported all over the world. In Britain it was called 'Butterine', until protests from farmers (A28) ... to that name being made illegal. Farmers in America were not happy about the new arrival on the market either. They (A29) ... to the yellow colouring, saying that it made it resemble butter so closely that it could deceive consumers. In effect, Napoleon III's competition is still going on. The ultimate (A30) ... of every margarine manufacturer is to produce a product that is (A31) ... to distinguish from butter. And they keep trying.

1) option
2) variant
3) alternative
4) choice

198
Задание 25 № 1465

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Napoleon III of France was (A23) ... for the invention of the butter substitute known as margarine. He was looking for a cheap (A24) ... to butter for the poorer people of society, and for his army and navy. So he (A25) ... up a prize competition to see who would (A26) ... up with the best solution.

There was only one entry into this competition, from a man called Meges-Mouries. He had (A27) ... over two years experimenting, and finally found an acceptable butter substitute made from milk and various animal fats. Meges-Mouries' invention was awarded the prize.

Margarine soon went into mass production and was exported all over the world. In Britain it was called 'Butterine', until protests from farmers (A28) ... to that name being made illegal. Farmers in America were not happy about the new arrival on the market either. They (A29) ... to the yellow colouring, saying that it made it resemble butter so closely that it could deceive consumers. In effect, Napoleon III's competition is still going on. The ultimate (A30) ... of every margarine manufacturer is to produce a product that is (A31) ... to distinguish from butter. And they keep trying.

1) set
2) held
3) gave
4) put

199
Задание 26 № 1466

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Napoleon III of France was (A23) ... for the invention of the butter substitute known as margarine. He was looking for a cheap (A24) ... to butter for the poorer people of society, and for his army and navy. So he (A25) ... up a prize competition to see who would (A26) ... up with the best solution.

There was only one entry into this competition, from a man called Meges-Mouries. He had (A27) ... over two years experimenting, and finally found an acceptable butter substitute made from milk and various animal fats. Meges-Mouries' invention was awarded the prize.

Margarine soon went into mass production and was exported all over the world. In Britain it was called 'Butterine', until protests from farmers (A28) ... to that name being made illegal. Farmers in America were not happy about the new arrival on the market either. They (A29) ... to the yellow colouring, saying that it made it resemble butter so closely that it could deceive consumers. In effect, Napoleon III's competition is still going on. The ultimate (A30) ... of every margarine manufacturer is to produce a product that is (A31) ... to distinguish from butter. And they keep trying.

1) make
2) bring
3) go
4) come

200
Задание 27 № 1467

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Napoleon III of France was (A23) ... for the invention of the butter substitute known as margarine. He was looking for a cheap (A24) ... to butter for the poorer people of society, and for his army and navy. So he (A25) ... up a prize competition to see who would (A26) ... up with the best solution.

There was only one entry into this competition, from a man called Meges-Mouries. He had (A27) ... over two years experimenting, and finally found an acceptable butter substitute made from milk and various animal fats. Meges-Mouries' invention was awarded the prize.

Margarine soon went into mass production and was exported all over the world. In Britain it was called 'Butterine', until protests from farmers (A28) ... to that name being made illegal. Farmers in America were not happy about the new arrival on the market either. They (A29) ... to the yellow colouring, saying that it made it resemble butter so closely that it could deceive consumers. In effect, Napoleon III's competition is still going on. The ultimate (A30) ... of every margarine manufacturer is to produce a product that is (A31) ... to distinguish from butter. And they keep trying.

1) used
2) spent
3) tried
4) made

201
Задание 28 № 1468

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Napoleon III of France was (A23) ... for the invention of the butter substitute known as margarine. He was looking for a cheap (A24) ... to butter for the poorer people of society, and for his army and navy. So he (A25) ... up a prize competition to see who would (A26) ... up with the best solution.

There was only one entry into this competition, from a man called Meges-Mouries. He had (A27) ... over two years experimenting, and finally found an acceptable butter substitute made from milk and various animal fats. Meges-Mouries' invention was awarded the prize.

Margarine soon went into mass production and was exported all over the world. In Britain it was called 'Butterine', until protests from farmers (A28) ... to that name being made illegal. Farmers in America were not happy about the new arrival on the market either. They (A29) ... to the yellow colouring, saying that it made it resemble butter so closely that it could deceive consumers. In effect, Napoleon III's competition is still going on. The ultimate (A30) ... of every margarine manufacturer is to produce a product that is (A31) ... to distinguish from butter. And they keep trying.

1) caused
2) ended
3) brought
4) led

202
Задание 29 № 1469

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Napoleon III of France was (A23) ... for the invention of the butter substitute known as margarine. He was looking for a cheap (A24) ... to butter for the poorer people of society, and for his army and navy. So he (A25) ... up a prize competition to see who would (A26) ... up with the best solution.

There was only one entry into this competition, from a man called Meges-Mouries. He had (A27) ... over two years experimenting, and finally found an acceptable butter substitute made from milk and various animal fats. Meges-Mouries' invention was awarded the prize.

Margarine soon went into mass production and was exported all over the world. In Britain it was called 'Butterine', until protests from farmers (A28) ... to that name being made illegal. Farmers in America were not happy about the new arrival on the market either. They (A29) ... to the yellow colouring, saying that it made it resemble butter so closely that it could deceive consumers. In effect, Napoleon III's competition is still going on. The ultimate (A30) ... of every margarine manufacturer is to produce a product that is (A31) ... to distinguish from butter. And they keep trying.

1) protested
2) objected
3) disapproved
4) argued

203
Задание 30 № 1470

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Napoleon III of France was (A23) ... for the invention of the butter substitute known as margarine. He was looking for a cheap (A24) ... to butter for the poorer people of society, and for his army and navy. So he (A25) ... up a prize competition to see who would (A26) ... up with the best solution.

There was only one entry into this competition, from a man called Meges-Mouries. He had (A27) ... over two years experimenting, and finally found an acceptable butter substitute made from milk and various animal fats. Meges-Mouries' invention was awarded the prize.

Margarine soon went into mass production and was exported all over the world. In Britain it was called 'Butterine', until protests from farmers (A28) ... to that name being made illegal. Farmers in America were not happy about the new arrival on the market either. They (A29) ... to the yellow colouring, saying that it made it resemble butter so closely that it could deceive consumers. In effect, Napoleon III's competition is still going on. The ultimate (A30) ... of every margarine manufacturer is to produce a product that is (A31) ... to distinguish from butter. And they keep trying.

1) end
2) score
3) goal
4) finish

204
Задание 31 № 1471

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Napoleon III of France was (A23) ... for the invention of the butter substitute known as margarine. He was looking for a cheap (A24) ... to butter for the poorer people of society, and for his army and navy. So he (A25) ... up a prize competition to see who would (A26) ... up with the best solution.

There was only one entry into this competition, from a man called Meges-Mouries. He had (A27) ... over two years experimenting, and finally found an acceptable butter substitute made from milk and various animal fats. Meges-Mouries' invention was awarded the prize.

Margarine soon went into mass production and was exported all over the world. In Britain it was called 'Butterine', until protests from farmers (A28) ... to that name being made illegal. Farmers in America were not happy about the new arrival on the market either. They (A29) ... to the yellow colouring, saying that it made it resemble butter so closely that it could deceive consumers. In effect, Napoleon III's competition is still going on. The ultimate (A30) ... of every margarine manufacturer is to produce a product that is (A31) ... to distinguish from butter. And they keep trying.

1) impossible
2) unable
3) impractical
4) incapable

205
Задание 23 № 1523

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One thing I have never understood is the desire to live in the country. People (A23) ... life in the city with crime and noise and they have the impression that life in the country must be safer and quieter. On the (A24) ..., country life has just as many hazards (опасности) as the big city. I have a friend who lives next to a farm and he (A25) ... that it's noisier living there than it ever was in London. The birds and animals start (A26) ... a noise first thing in the morning, quickly followed by the farm machinery. And as for crime, my friend's car has been (A27) ... four times in four years. People who think the country is the safest place to be can't be right!

The other myth is that the countryside is a friendly place. Whenever I (A28) ... time in the country, I'm surprised by how busy people are. They never seem to speak to each other for more than a minute or two. On my (A29) ... back from work, I often (A30) ... across three or four neighbours and we have a long chat. It's that connection with other people that I would (A31) ... most if I lived in the country.

1) tie
2) associate
3) attach
4) join

206
Задание 24 № 1524

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One thing I have never understood is the desire to live in the country. People (A23) ... life in the city with crime and noise and they have the impression that life in the country must be safer and quieter. On the (A24) ..., country life has just as many hazards (опасности) as the big city. I have a friend who lives next to a farm and he (A25) ... that it's noisier living there than it ever was in London. The birds and animals start (A26) ... a noise first thing in the morning, quickly followed by the farm machinery. And as for crime, my friend's car has been (A27) ... four times in four years. People who think the country is the safest place to be can't be right!

The other myth is that the countryside is a friendly place. Whenever I (A28) ... time in the country, I'm surprised by how busy people are. They never seem to speak to each other for more than a minute or two. On my (A29) ... back from work, I often (A30) ... across three or four neighbours and we have a long chat. It's that connection with other people that I would (A31) ... most if I lived in the country.

1) contrary
2) opposite
3) contrast
4) difference

207
Задание 25 № 1525

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One thing I have never understood is the desire to live in the country. People (A23) ... life in the city with crime and noise and they have the impression that life in the country must be safer and quieter. On the (A24) ..., country life has just as many hazards (опасности) as the big city. I have a friend who lives next to a farm and he (A25) ... that it's noisier living there than it ever was in London. The birds and animals start (A26) ... a noise first thing in the morning, quickly followed by the farm machinery. And as for crime, my friend's car has been (A27) ... four times in four years. People who think the country is the safest place to be can't be right!

The other myth is that the countryside is a friendly place. Whenever I (A28) ... time in the country, I'm surprised by how busy people are. They never seem to speak to each other for more than a minute or two. On my (A29) ... back from work, I often (A30) ... across three or four neighbours and we have a long chat. It's that connection with other people that I would (A31) ... most if I lived in the country.

1) wonders
2) tells
3) speaks
4) says

208
Задание 26 № 1526

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One thing I have never understood is the desire to live in the country. People (A23) ... life in the city with crime and noise and they have the impression that life in the country must be safer and quieter. On the (A24) ..., country life has just as many hazards (опасности) as the big city. I have a friend who lives next to a farm and he (A25) ... that it's noisier living there than it ever was in London. The birds and animals start (A26) ... a noise first thing in the morning, quickly followed by the farm machinery. And as for crime, my friend's car has been (A27) ... four times in four years. People who think the country is the safest place to be can't be right!

The other myth is that the countryside is a friendly place. Whenever I (A28) ... time in the country, I'm surprised by how busy people are. They never seem to speak to each other for more than a minute or two. On my (A29) ... back from work, I often (A30) ... across three or four neighbours and we have a long chat. It's that connection with other people that I would (A31) ... most if I lived in the country.

1) doing
2) giving
3) making
4) shouting

209
Задание 27 № 1527

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One thing I have never understood is the desire to live in the country. People (A23) ... life in the city with crime and noise and they have the impression that life in the country must be safer and quieter. On the (A24) ..., country life has just as many hazards (опасности) as the big city. I have a friend who lives next to a farm and he (A25) ... that it's noisier living there than it ever was in London. The birds and animals start (A26) ... a noise first thing in the morning, quickly followed by the farm machinery. And as for crime, my friend's car has been (A27) ... four times in four years. People who think the country is the safest place to be can't be right!

The other myth is that the countryside is a friendly place. Whenever I (A28) ... time in the country, I'm surprised by how busy people are. They never seem to speak to each other for more than a minute or two. On my (A29) ... back from work, I often (A30) ... across three or four neighbours and we have a long chat. It's that connection with other people that I would (A31) ... most if I lived in the country.

1) robbed
2) driven
3) stolen
4) taken

210
Задание 28 № 1528

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One thing I have never understood is the desire to live in the country. People (A23) ... life in the city with crime and noise and they have the impression that life in the country must be safer and quieter. On the (A24) ..., country life has just as many hazards (опасности) as the big city. I have a friend who lives next to a farm and he (A25) ... that it's noisier living there than it ever was in London. The birds and animals start (A26) ... a noise first thing in the morning, quickly followed by the farm machinery. And as for crime, my friend's car has been (A27) ... four times in four years. People who think the country is the safest place to be can't be right!

The other myth is that the countryside is a friendly place. Whenever I (A28) ... time in the country, I'm surprised by how busy people are. They never seem to speak to each other for more than a minute or two. On my (A29) ... back from work, I often (A30) ... across three or four neighbours and we have a long chat. It's that connection with other people that I would (A31) ... most if I lived in the country.

1) waste
2) lose
3) miss
4) spend

211
Задание 29 № 1529

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One thing I have never understood is the desire to live in the country. People (A23) ... life in the city with crime and noise and they have the impression that life in the country must be safer and quieter. On the (A24) ..., country life has just as many hazards (опасности) as the big city. I have a friend who lives next to a farm and he (A25) ... that it's noisier living there than it ever was in London. The birds and animals start (A26) ... a noise first thing in the morning, quickly followed by the farm machinery. And as for crime, my friend's car has been (A27) ... four times in four years. People who think the country is the safest place to be can't be right!

The other myth is that the countryside is a friendly place. Whenever I (A28) ... time in the country, I'm surprised by how busy people are. They never seem to speak to each other for more than a minute or two. On my (A29) ... back from work, I often (A30) ... across three or four neighbours and we have a long chat. It's that connection with other people that I would (A31) ... most if I lived in the country.

1) way
2) street
3) route
4) direction

212
Задание 30 № 1530

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One thing I have never understood is the desire to live in the country. People (A23) ... life in the city with crime and noise and they have the impression that life in the country must be safer and quieter. On the (A24) ..., country life has just as many hazards (опасности) as the big city. I have a friend who lives next to a farm and he (A25) ... that it's noisier living there than it ever was in London. The birds and animals start (A26) ... a noise first thing in the morning, quickly followed by the farm machinery. And as for crime, my friend's car has been (A27) ... four times in four years. People who think the country is the safest place to be can't be right!

The other myth is that the countryside is a friendly place. Whenever I (A28) ... time in the country, I'm surprised by how busy people are. They never seem to speak to each other for more than a minute or two. On my (A29) ... back from work, I often (A30) ... across three or four neighbours and we have a long chat. It's that connection with other people that I would (A31) ... most if I lived in the country.

1) go
2) walk
3) come
4) stroll

213
Задание 31 № 1531

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One thing I have never understood is the desire to live in the country. People (A23) ... life in the city with crime and noise and they have the impression that life in the country must be safer and quieter. On the (A24) ..., country life has just as many hazards (опасности) as the big city. I have a friend who lives next to a farm and he (A25) ... that it's noisier living there than it ever was in London. The birds and animals start (A26) ... a noise first thing in the morning, quickly followed by the farm machinery. And as for crime, my friend's car has been (A27) ... four times in four years. People who think the country is the safest place to be can't be right!

The other myth is that the countryside is a friendly place. Whenever I (A28) ... time in the country, I'm surprised by how busy people are. They never seem to speak to each other for more than a minute or two. On my (A29) ... back from work, I often (A30) ... across three or four neighbours and we have a long chat. It's that connection with other people that I would (A31) ... most if I lived in the country.

1) lose
2) miss
3) avoid
4) forget

214
Задание 23 № 1583

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Medical Science has (A23) ... good progress in the twenty-first century. A (A24) ... for most of the great killer' diseases has been found, and almost every day a new drug appears on the market. But according to the survey (A25) ... by the British Medical Association, less than 40% of people really trust their family doctor. People are (A26) ... away from conventional medicine to look for alternative forms of treatment.

The main (A27) ... for this is that conventional medicine has (A28) ... to satisfy the needs of the majority of people, who are actually less healthy than their parents or grandparents.

Medical students are taught that diseases are (A29) ... by viruses. Therefore treatment must (A30) ... on attacking them. The mind and the emotions are not thought to play any part in the disease process. But people who practise "natural' medicine (A31) ... with this principle, and try to treat the whole person. They believe that personality and lifestyle are important when considering a patient's general health.

1) made
2) done
3) taken
4) received

215
Задание 24 № 1584

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Medical Science has (A23) ... good progress in the twenty-first century. A (A24) ... for most of the great killer' diseases has been found, and almost every day a new drug appears on the market. But according to the survey (A25) ... by the British Medical Association, less than 40% of people really trust their family doctor. People are (A26) ... away from conventional medicine to look for alternative forms of treatment.

The main (A27) ... for this is that conventional medicine has (A28) ... to satisfy the needs of the majority of people, who are actually less healthy than their parents or grandparents.

Medical students are taught that diseases are (A29) ... by viruses. Therefore treatment must (A30) ... on attacking them. The mind and the emotions are not thought to play any part in the disease process. But people who practise "natural' medicine (A31) ... with this principle, and try to treat the whole person. They believe that personality and lifestyle are important when considering a patient's general health.

1) answer
2) cure
3) recovery
4) recipe

216
Задание 25 № 1585

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Medical Science has (A23) ... good progress in the twenty-first century. A (A24) ... for most of the great killer' diseases has been found, and almost every day a new drug appears on the market. But according to the survey (A25) ... by the British Medical Association, less than 40% of people really trust their family doctor. People are (A26) ... away from conventional medicine to look for alternative forms of treatment.

The main (A27) ... for this is that conventional medicine has (A28) ... to satisfy the needs of the majority of people, who are actually less healthy than their parents or grandparents.

Medical students are taught that diseases are (A29) ... by viruses. Therefore treatment must (A30) ... on attacking them. The mind and the emotions are not thought to play any part in the disease process. But people who practise "natural' medicine (A31) ... with this principle, and try to treat the whole person. They believe that personality and lifestyle are important when considering a patient's general health.

1) conducted
2) carried
3) taken
4) brought

217
Задание 26 № 1586

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Medical Science has (A23) ... good progress in the twenty-first century. A (A24) ... for most of the great killer' diseases has been found, and almost every day a new drug appears on the market. But according to the survey (A25) ... by the British Medical Association, less than 40% of people really trust their family doctor. People are (A26) ... away from conventional medicine to look for alternative forms of treatment.

The main (A27) ... for this is that conventional medicine has (A28) ... to satisfy the needs of the majority of people, who are actually less healthy than their parents or grandparents.

Medical students are taught that diseases are (A29) ... by viruses. Therefore treatment must (A30) ... on attacking them. The mind and the emotions are not thought to play any part in the disease process. But people who practise "natural' medicine (A31) ... with this principle, and try to treat the whole person. They believe that personality and lifestyle are important when considering a patient's general health.

1) growing
2) taking
3) turning
4) coming

218
Задание 27 № 1587

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Medical Science has (A23) ... good progress in the twenty-first century. A (A24) ... for most of the great killer' diseases has been found, and almost every day a new drug appears on the market. But according to the survey (A25) ... by the British Medical Association, less than 40% of people really trust their family doctor. People are (A26) ... away from conventional medicine to look for alternative forms of treatment.

The main (A27) ... for this is that conventional medicine has (A28) ... to satisfy the needs of the majority of people, who are actually less healthy than their parents or grandparents.

Medical students are taught that diseases are (A29) ... by viruses. Therefore treatment must (A30) ... on attacking them. The mind and the emotions are not thought to play any part in the disease process. But people who practise "natural' medicine (A31) ... with this principle, and try to treat the whole person. They believe that personality and lifestyle are important when considering a patient's general health.

1) reason
2) cause
3) feature
4) factor

219
Задание 28 № 1588

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Medical Science has (A23) ... good progress in the twenty-first century. A (A24) ... for most of the great killer' diseases has been found, and almost every day a new drug appears on the market. But according to the survey (A25) ... by the British Medical Association, less than 40% of people really trust their family doctor. People are (A26) ... away from conventional medicine to look for alternative forms of treatment.

The main (A27) ... for this is that conventional medicine has (A28) ... to satisfy the needs of the majority of people, who are actually less healthy than their parents or grandparents.

Medical students are taught that diseases are (A29) ... by viruses. Therefore treatment must (A30) ... on attacking them. The mind and the emotions are not thought to play any part in the disease process. But people who practise "natural' medicine (A31) ... with this principle, and try to treat the whole person. They believe that personality and lifestyle are important when considering a patient's general health.

1) missed
2) stopped
3) lost
4) failed

220
Задание 29 № 1589

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Medical Science has (A23) ... good progress in the twenty-first century. A (A24) ... for most of the great killer' diseases has been found, and almost every day a new drug appears on the market. But according to the survey (A25) ... by the British Medical Association, less than 40% of people really trust their family doctor. People are (A26) ... away from conventional medicine to look for alternative forms of treatment.

The main (A27) ... for this is that conventional medicine has (A28) ... to satisfy the needs of the majority of people, who are actually less healthy than their parents or grandparents.

Medical students are taught that diseases are (A29) ... by viruses. Therefore treatment must (A30) ... on attacking them. The mind and the emotions are not thought to play any part in the disease process. But people who practise "natural' medicine (A31) ... with this principle, and try to treat the whole person. They believe that personality and lifestyle are important when considering a patient's general health.

1) caused
2) made
3) used
4) involved

221
Задание 30 № 1590

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Medical Science has (A23) ... good progress in the twenty-first century. A (A24) ... for most of the great killer' diseases has been found, and almost every day a new drug appears on the market. But according to the survey (A25) ... by the British Medical Association, less than 40% of people really trust their family doctor. People are (A26) ... away from conventional medicine to look for alternative forms of treatment.

The main (A27) ... for this is that conventional medicine has (A28) ... to satisfy the needs of the majority of people, who are actually less healthy than their parents or grandparents.

Medical students are taught that diseases are (A29) ... by viruses. Therefore treatment must (A30) ... on attacking them. The mind and the emotions are not thought to play any part in the disease process. But people who practise "natural' medicine (A31) ... with this principle, and try to treat the whole person. They believe that personality and lifestyle are important when considering a patient's general health.

1) aim
2) stress
3) concentrate
4) try

222
Задание 31 № 1591

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Medical Science has (A23) ... good progress in the twenty-first century. A (A24) ... for most of the great killer' diseases has been found, and almost every day a new drug appears on the market. But according to the survey (A25) ... by the British Medical Association, less than 40% of people really trust their family doctor. People are (A26) ... away from conventional medicine to look for alternative forms of treatment.

The main (A27) ... for this is that conventional medicine has (A28) ... to satisfy the needs of the majority of people, who are actually less healthy than their parents or grandparents.

Medical students are taught that diseases are (A29) ... by viruses. Therefore treatment must (A30) ... on attacking them. The mind and the emotions are not thought to play any part in the disease process. But people who practise "natural' medicine (A31) ... with this principle, and try to treat the whole person. They believe that personality and lifestyle are important when considering a patient's general health.

1) reject
2) dislike
3) object
4) disagree

223
Задание 25 № 1645

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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were (A25) ... to be one of the Seven Wonders of the (A26) ... World. They are believed to have been built by King Nebuchadnezzar in the sixth century BC as a present for his wife, Amytis.

The gardens were constructed in layers. Each layer was a large terrace (A27) ... with tropical flowers, plants and The large amount of water which these plants required was pumped from the river Euphrates nearby. It is said that Nebuchadnezzar and his wife would sit in the shade of the gardens and (A28) ... down on the city of Babylon below.

The gardens' fame quickly (A29) ..., and travellers would come from far and wide to (A30) ... them. Even thousands of years ago, people used to go (A31) ... Sadly, nothing (A32) ... today of the beautiful hanging gardens, and the city of Babylon lies in ruins in what is modern-day Iraq.

1) proposed
2) intended
3) considered
4) suggested

224
Задание 26 № 1646

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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were (A25) ... to be one of the Seven Wonders of the (A26) ... World. They are believed to have been built by King Nebuchadnezzar in the sixth century BC as a present for his wife, Amytis.

The gardens were constructed in layers. Each layer was a large terrace (A27) ... with tropical flowers, plants and The large amount of water which these plants required was pumped from the river Euphrates nearby. It is said that Nebuchadnezzar and his wife would sit in the shade of the gardens and (A28) ... down on the city of Babylon below.

The gardens' fame quickly (A29) ..., and travellers would come from far and wide to (A30) ... them. Even thousands of years ago, people used to go (A31) ... Sadly, nothing (A32) ... today of the beautiful hanging gardens, and the city of Babylon lies in ruins in what is modern-day Iraq.

1) Old
2) Ancient
3) Historical
4) Traditional

225
Задание 27 № 1647

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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were (A25) ... to be one of the Seven Wonders of the (A26) ... World. They are believed to have been built by King Nebuchadnezzar in the sixth century BC as a present for his wife, Amytis.

The gardens were constructed in layers. Each layer was a large terrace (A27) ... with tropical flowers, plants and The large amount of water which these plants required was pumped from the river Euphrates nearby. It is said that Nebuchadnezzar and his wife would sit in the shade of the gardens and (A28) ... down on the city of Babylon below.

The gardens' fame quickly (A29) ..., and travellers would come from far and wide to (A30) ... them. Even thousands of years ago, people used to go (A31) ... Sadly, nothing (A32) ... today of the beautiful hanging gardens, and the city of Babylon lies in ruins in what is modern-day Iraq.

1) full
2) contained
3) filled
4) consisted

226
Задание 28 № 1648

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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were (A25) ... to be one of the Seven Wonders of the (A26) ... World. They are believed to have been built by King Nebuchadnezzar in the sixth century BC as a present for his wife, Amytis.

The gardens were constructed in layers. Each layer was a large terrace (A27) ... with tropical flowers, plants and The large amount of water which these plants required was pumped from the river Euphrates nearby. It is said that Nebuchadnezzar and his wife would sit in the shade of the gardens and (A28) ... down on the city of Babylon below.

The gardens' fame quickly (A29) ..., and travellers would come from far and wide to (A30) ... them. Even thousands of years ago, people used to go (A31) ... Sadly, nothing (A32) ... today of the beautiful hanging gardens, and the city of Babylon lies in ruins in what is modern-day Iraq.

1) look
2) see
3) watch
4) observe

227
Задание 29 № 1649

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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were (A25) ... to be one of the Seven Wonders of the (A26) ... World. They are believed to have been built by King Nebuchadnezzar in the sixth century BC as a present for his wife, Amytis.

The gardens were constructed in layers. Each layer was a large terrace (A27) ... with tropical flowers, plants and The large amount of water which these plants required was pumped from the river Euphrates nearby. It is said that Nebuchadnezzar and his wife would sit in the shade of the gardens and (A28) ... down on the city of Babylon below.

The gardens' fame quickly (A29) ..., and travellers would come from far and wide to (A30) ... them. Even thousands of years ago, people used to go (A31) ... Sadly, nothing (A32) ... today of the beautiful hanging gardens, and the city of Babylon lies in ruins in what is modern-day Iraq.

1) distributed
2) spread
3) raised
4) moved

228
Задание 30 № 1650

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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were (A25) ... to be one of the Seven Wonders of the (A26) ... World. They are believed to have been built by King Nebuchadnezzar in the sixth century BC as a present for his wife, Amytis.

The gardens were constructed in layers. Each layer was a large terrace (A27) ... with tropical flowers, plants and The large amount of water which these plants required was pumped from the river Euphrates nearby. It is said that Nebuchadnezzar and his wife would sit in the shade of the gardens and (A28) ... down on the city of Babylon below.

The gardens' fame quickly (A29) ..., and travellers would come from far and wide to (A30) ... them. Even thousands of years ago, people used to go (A31) ... Sadly, nothing (A32) ... today of the beautiful hanging gardens, and the city of Babylon lies in ruins in what is modern-day Iraq.

1) approve
2) respect
3) admire
4) judge

229
Задание 31 № 1651

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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were (A25) ... to be one of the Seven Wonders of the (A26) ... World. They are believed to have been built by King Nebuchadnezzar in the sixth century BC as a present for his wife, Amytis.

The gardens were constructed in layers. Each layer was a large terrace (A27) ... with tropical flowers, plants and The large amount of water which these plants required was pumped from the river Euphrates nearby. It is said that Nebuchadnezzar and his wife would sit in the shade of the gardens and (A28) ... down on the city of Babylon below.

The gardens' fame quickly (A29) ..., and travellers would come from far and wide to (A30) ... them. Even thousands of years ago, people used to go (A31) ... Sadly, nothing (A32) ... today of the beautiful hanging gardens, and the city of Babylon lies in ruins in what is modern-day Iraq.

1) observing
2) sightseeing
3) glancing
4) looking

230
Задание 32 № 1652

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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were (A25) ... to be one of the Seven Wonders of the (A26) ... World. They are believed to have been built by King Nebuchadnezzar in the sixth century BC as a present for his wife, Amytis.

The gardens were constructed in layers. Each layer was a large terrace (A27) ... with tropical flowers, plants and The large amount of water which these plants required was pumped from the river Euphrates nearby. It is said that Nebuchadnezzar and his wife would sit in the shade of the gardens and (A28) ... down on the city of Babylon below.

The gardens' fame quickly (A29) ..., and travellers would come from far and wide to (A30) ... them. Even thousands of years ago, people used to go (A31) ... Sadly, nothing (A32) ... today of the beautiful hanging gardens, and the city of Babylon lies in ruins in what is modern-day Iraq.

1) remains
2) waits
3) leaves
4) continues

231
Задание 25 № 1705

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When I first arrived here to (A25) ... up my new job, I stayed in a hotel, but I soon started looking for a permanent (A26) ..., a place to call my own. The first flat I (A27) ... across was cold and uninviting. The flat (A28) ... out onto a factory, so the view was not exactly inspiring. Then I had a look at a small flat in a modern apartment block. It had a parking (A29) ... and was fully furnished, but the rent was far too high for me. I didn't want to end up in a tiny place, so I answered an ad for house-sharing. The house was in a quiet neighbourhood, and as soon as I saw it I (A30) ... in love with it. The room to (A31) ... had a big window. Although it (A32) ... sharing the kitchen and the living room, I did have my own bathroom, really just a shower and washbasin. There was, however, quite a lot of storage space.

1) get
2) put
3) take
4) give

232
Задание 26 № 1706

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When I first arrived here to (A25) ... up my new job, I stayed in a hotel, but I soon started looking for a permanent (A26) ..., a place to call my own. The first flat I (A27) ... across was cold and uninviting. The flat (A28) ... out onto a factory, so the view was not exactly inspiring. Then I had a look at a small flat in a modern apartment block. It had a parking (A29) ... and was fully furnished, but the rent was far too high for me. I didn't want to end up in a tiny place, so I answered an ad for house-sharing. The house was in a quiet neighbourhood, and as soon as I saw it I (A30) ... in love with it. The room to (A31) ... had a big window. Although it (A32) ... sharing the kitchen and the living room, I did have my own bathroom, really just a shower and washbasin. There was, however, quite a lot of storage space.

1) household
2) department
3) residence
4) habitation

233
Задание 27 № 1707

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When I first arrived here to (A25) ... up my new job, I stayed in a hotel, but I soon started looking for a permanent (A26) ..., a place to call my own. The first flat I (A27) ... across was cold and uninviting. The flat (A28) ... out onto a factory, so the view was not exactly inspiring. Then I had a look at a small flat in a modern apartment block. It had a parking (A29) ... and was fully furnished, but the rent was far too high for me. I didn't want to end up in a tiny place, so I answered an ad for house-sharing. The house was in a quiet neighbourhood, and as soon as I saw it I (A30) ... in love with it. The room to (A31) ... had a big window. Although it (A32) ... sharing the kitchen and the living room, I did have my own bathroom, really just a shower and washbasin. There was, however, quite a lot of storage space.

1) went
2) came
3) met
4) moved

234
Задание 28 № 1708

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When I first arrived here to (A25) ... up my new job, I stayed in a hotel, but I soon started looking for a permanent (A26) ..., a place to call my own. The first flat I (A27) ... across was cold and uninviting. The flat (A28) ... out onto a factory, so the view was not exactly inspiring. Then I had a look at a small flat in a modern apartment block. It had a parking (A29) ... and was fully furnished, but the rent was far too high for me. I didn't want to end up in a tiny place, so I answered an ad for house-sharing. The house was in a quiet neighbourhood, and as soon as I saw it I (A30) ... in love with it. The room to (A31) ... had a big window. Although it (A32) ... sharing the kitchen and the living room, I did have my own bathroom, really just a shower and washbasin. There was, however, quite a lot of storage space.

1) showed
2) saw
3) watched
4) looked

235
Задание 29 № 1709

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When I first arrived here to (A25) ... up my new job, I stayed in a hotel, but I soon started looking for a permanent (A26) ..., a place to call my own. The first flat I (A27) ... across was cold and uninviting. The flat (A28) ... out onto a factory, so the view was not exactly inspiring. Then I had a look at a small flat in a modern apartment block. It had a parking (A29) ... and was fully furnished, but the rent was far too high for me. I didn't want to end up in a tiny place, so I answered an ad for house-sharing. The house was in a quiet neighbourhood, and as soon as I saw it I (A30) ... in love with it. The room to (A31) ... had a big window. Although it (A32) ... sharing the kitchen and the living room, I did have my own bathroom, really just a shower and washbasin. There was, however, quite a lot of storage space.

1) bit
2) seat
3) position
4) space

236
Задание 30 № 1710

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When I first arrived here to (A25) ... up my new job, I stayed in a hotel, but I soon started looking for a permanent (A26) ..., a place to call my own. The first flat I (A27) ... across was cold and uninviting. The flat (A28) ... out onto a factory, so the view was not exactly inspiring. Then I had a look at a small flat in a modern apartment block. It had a parking (A29) ... and was fully furnished, but the rent was far too high for me. I didn't want to end up in a tiny place, so I answered an ad for house-sharing. The house was in a quiet neighbourhood, and as soon as I saw it I (A30) ... in love with it. The room to (A31) ... had a big window. Although it (A32) ... sharing the kitchen and the living room, I did have my own bathroom, really just a shower and washbasin. There was, however, quite a lot of storage space.

1) felt
2) fell
3) got
4) grew

237
Задание 31 № 1711

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When I first arrived here to (A25) ... up my new job, I stayed in a hotel, but I soon started looking for a permanent (A26) ..., a place to call my own. The first flat I (A27) ... across was cold and uninviting. The flat (A28) ... out onto a factory, so the view was not exactly inspiring. Then I had a look at a small flat in a modern apartment block. It had a parking (A29) ... and was fully furnished, but the rent was far too high for me. I didn't want to end up in a tiny place, so I answered an ad for house-sharing. The house was in a quiet neighbourhood, and as soon as I saw it I (A30) ... in love with it. The room to (A31) ... had a big window. Although it (A32) ... sharing the kitchen and the living room, I did have my own bathroom, really just a shower and washbasin. There was, however, quite a lot of storage space.

1) lend
2) let
3) sell
4) live

238
Задание 32 № 1712

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When I first arrived here to (A25) ... up my new job, I stayed in a hotel, but I soon started looking for a permanent (A26) ..., a place to call my own. The first flat I (A27) ... across was cold and uninviting. The flat (A28) ... out onto a factory, so the view was not exactly inspiring. Then I had a look at a small flat in a modern apartment block. It had a parking (A29) ... and was fully furnished, but the rent was far too high for me. I didn't want to end up in a tiny place, so I answered an ad for house-sharing. The house was in a quiet neighbourhood, and as soon as I saw it I (A30) ... in love with it. The room to (A31) ... had a big window. Although it (A32) ... sharing the kitchen and the living room, I did have my own bathroom, really just a shower and washbasin. There was, however, quite a lot of storage space.

1) aimed
2) understood
3) needed
4) meant

239
Задание 25 № 1765

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We offer an amazing theme park holiday — the most (A25) ... experience in holidays. Our holidays (A26) ... two weeks and during that time you will fly between several (A27) ..., visiting various famous theme parks for one day each. Our group comes from all over the world so you will be travelling with new and interesting people. We start our tour in LA, where over three days we visit Universal Studios where you can (A28) ... the effects of white-water rafting (сплавляться на плоту). Then it's off to Disneyland in LA to meet some famous friends. On the last day we (A29) ... a trip to the breathtaking Magic Mountain theme park, where you can go on the most fantastic roller coaster rides (американские горки). Next we (A30) ... out to Miami where the programme includes a day at Disneyworld and another at Cape Canaveral to see where Homer Simpson (A31) ... to be an astronaut. This will be the end of the tour — you will be exhausted but happy. Five days of theme parks Can you (A32) ... a better holiday?

1) only
2) sole
3) excluded
4) unique

240
Задание 26 № 1766

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We offer an amazing theme park holiday — the most (A25) ... experience in holidays. Our holidays (A26) ... two weeks and during that time you will fly between several (A27) ..., visiting various famous theme parks for one day each. Our group comes from all over the world so you will be travelling with new and interesting people. We start our tour in LA, where over three days we visit Universal Studios where you can (A28) ... the effects of white-water rafting (сплавляться на плоту). Then it's off to Disneyland in LA to meet some famous friends. On the last day we (A29) ... a trip to the breathtaking Magic Mountain theme park, where you can go on the most fantastic roller coaster rides (американские горки). Next we (A30) ... out to Miami where the programme includes a day at Disneyworld and another at Cape Canaveral to see where Homer Simpson (A31) ... to be an astronaut. This will be the end of the tour — you will be exhausted but happy. Five days of theme parks Can you (A32) ... a better holiday?

1) pass
2) last
3) go
4) keep

241
Задание 27 № 1767

Прочитайте текст. Выберите один из предложенных вариантов ответа. Заполните пропуск (A27).


We offer an amazing theme park holiday — the most (A25) ... experience in holidays. Our holidays (A26) ... two weeks and during that time you will fly between several (A27) ..., visiting various famous theme parks for one day each. Our group comes from all over the world so you will be travelling with new and interesting people. We start our tour in LA, where over three days we visit Universal Studios where you can (A28) ... the effects of white-water rafting (сплавляться на плоту). Then it's off to Disneyland in LA to meet some famous friends. On the last day we (A29) ... a trip to the breathtaking Magic Mountain theme park, where you can go on the most fantastic roller coaster rides (американские горки). Next we (A30) ... out to Miami where the programme includes a day at Disneyworld and another at Cape Canaveral to see where Homer Simpson (A31) ... to be an astronaut. This will be the end of the tour — you will be exhausted but happy. Five days of theme parks Can you (A32) ... a better holiday?

1) destinations
2) stops
3) stations
4) landings

242
Задание 28 № 1768

Прочитайте текст. Выберите один из предложенных вариантов ответа. Заполните пропуск (A28).


We offer an amazing theme park holiday — the most (A25) ... experience in holidays. Our holidays (A26) ... two weeks and during that time you will fly between several (A27) ..., visiting various famous theme parks for one day each. Our group comes from all over the world so you will be travelling with new and interesting people. We start our tour in LA, where over three days we visit Universal Studios where you can (A28) ... the effects of white-water rafting (сплавляться на плоту). Then it's off to Disneyland in LA to meet some famous friends. On the last day we (A29) ... a trip to the breathtaking Magic Mountain theme park, where you can go on the most fantastic roller coaster rides (американские горки). Next we (A30) ... out to Miami where the programme includes a day at Disneyworld and another at Cape Canaveral to see where Homer Simpson (A31) ... to be an astronaut. This will be the end of the tour — you will be exhausted but happy. Five days of theme parks Can you (A32) ... a better holiday?

1) take
2) have
3) meet
4) experience

243
Задание 29 № 1769

Прочитайте текст. Выберите один из предложенных вариантов ответа. Заполните пропуск (A29).


We offer an amazing theme park holiday — the most (A25) ... experience in holidays. Our holidays (A26) ... two weeks and during that time you will fly between several (A27) ..., visiting various famous theme parks for one day each. Our group comes from all over the world so you will be travelling with new and interesting people. We start our tour in LA, where over three days we visit Universal Studios where you can (A28) ... the effects of white-water rafting (сплавляться на плоту). Then it's off to Disneyland in LA to meet some famous friends. On the last day we (A29) ... a trip to the breathtaking Magic Mountain theme park, where you can go on the most fantastic roller coaster rides (американские горки). Next we (A30) ... out to Miami where the programme includes a day at Disneyworld and another at Cape Canaveral to see where Homer Simpson (A31) ... to be an astronaut. This will be the end of the tour — you will be exhausted but happy. Five days of theme parks Can you (A32) ... a better holiday?

1) run
2) take
3) travel
4) present

244
Задание 30 № 1770

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We offer an amazing theme park holiday — the most (A25) ... experience in holidays. Our holidays (A26) ... two weeks and during that time you will fly between several (A27) ..., visiting various famous theme parks for one day each. Our group comes from all over the world so you will be travelling with new and interesting people. We start our tour in LA, where over three days we visit Universal Studios where you can (A28) ... the effects of white-water rafting (сплавляться на плоту). Then it's off to Disneyland in LA to meet some famous friends. On the last day we (A29) ... a trip to the breathtaking Magic Mountain theme park, where you can go on the most fantastic roller coaster rides (американские горки). Next we (A30) ... out to Miami where the programme includes a day at Disneyworld and another at Cape Canaveral to see where Homer Simpson (A31) ... to be an astronaut. This will be the end of the tour — you will be exhausted but happy. Five days of theme parks Can you (A32) ... a better holiday?

1) fly
2) leave
3) run
4) drop

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Задание 31 № 1771

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We offer an amazing theme park holiday — the most (A25) ... experience in holidays. Our holidays (A26) ... two weeks and during that time you will fly between several (A27) ..., visiting various famous theme parks for one day each. Our group comes from all over the world so you will be travelling with new and interesting people. We start our tour in LA, where over three days we visit Universal Studios where you can (A28) ... the effects of white-water rafting (сплавляться на плоту). Then it's off to Disneyland in LA to meet some famous friends. On the last day we (A29) ... a trip to the breathtaking Magic Mountain theme park, where you can go on the most fantastic roller coaster rides (американские горки). Next we (A30) ... out to Miami where the programme includes a day at Disneyworld and another at Cape Canaveral to see where Homer Simpson (A31) ... to be an astronaut. This will be the end of the tour — you will be exhausted but happy. Five days of theme parks Can you (A32) ... a better holiday?

1) educated
2) trained
3) taught
4) discovered

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Задание 32 № 1772

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We offer an amazing theme park holiday — the most (A25) ... experience in holidays. Our holidays (A26) ... two weeks and during that time you will fly between several (A27) ..., visiting various famous theme parks for one day each. Our group comes from all over the world so you will be travelling with new and interesting people. We start our tour in LA, where over three days we visit Universal Studios where you can (A28) ... the effects of white-water rafting (сплавляться на плоту). Then it's off to Disneyland in LA to meet some famous friends. On the last day we (A29) ... a trip to the breathtaking Magic Mountain theme park, where you can go on the most fantastic roller coaster rides (американские горки). Next we (A30) ... out to Miami where the programme includes a day at Disneyworld and another at Cape Canaveral to see where Homer Simpson (A31) ... to be an astronaut. This will be the end of the tour — you will be exhausted but happy. Five days of theme parks Can you (A32) ... a better holiday?

1) imagine
2) search
3) think
4) dream

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Задание 25 № 1825

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Imagine you are walking to school listening to music on your MP3 player. All of a (A25) ... it stops working and you (A26) ... that the batteries have (A27) ... out. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could simply recharge the batteries wherever you are? This might be possible in a few years' time as scientists are now working on a bag that makes electricity. They say that all someone needs to do is (A28) ... the bag on their back and start walking. The movement of the body makes electricity in a special part of the bag. This new invention (A29) ... like a brilliant idea, doesn't it? Scientists developed the "electric backpack" in order to help soldiers, who often carry around with them torches (фонари), radios and other equipment.

All these things run on batteries and at the moment, the soldiers (A30) ... on these batteries to supply the (A31) ... this equipment needs. With the "electric backpack", the soldiers won't need to carry extra batteries around with them. Rescue workers and mountain climbers will also find the bag useful, as will students who don't want their MP3 players to stop working by (A32) ... on their way to school.

1) accident
2) chance
3) possibility
4) sudden

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Задание 26 № 1826

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Imagine you are walking to school listening to music on your MP3 player. All of a (A25) ... it stops working and you (A26) ... that the batteries have (A27) ... out. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could simply recharge the batteries wherever you are? This might be possible in a few years' time as scientists are now working on a bag that makes electricity. They say that all someone needs to do is (A28) ... the bag on their back and start walking. The movement of the body makes electricity in a special part of the bag. This new invention (A29) ... like a brilliant idea, doesn't it? Scientists developed the "electric backpack" in order to help soldiers, who often carry around with them torches (фонари), radios and other equipment.

All these things run on batteries and at the moment, the soldiers (A30) ... on these batteries to supply the (A31) ... this equipment needs. With the "electric backpack", the soldiers won't need to carry extra batteries around with them. Rescue workers and mountain climbers will also find the bag useful, as will students who don't want their MP3 players to stop working by (A32) ... on their way to school.

1) accept
2) realise
3) remind
4) forget

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Задание 27 № 1827

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Imagine you are walking to school listening to music on your MP3 player. All of a (A25) ... it stops working and you (A26) ... that the batteries have (A27) ... out. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could simply recharge the batteries wherever you are? This might be possible in a few years' time as scientists are now working on a bag that makes electricity. They say that all someone needs to do is (A28) ... the bag on their back and start walking. The movement of the body makes electricity in a special part of the bag. This new invention (A29) ... like a brilliant idea, doesn't it? Scientists developed the "electric backpack" in order to help soldiers, who often carry around with them torches (фонари), radios and other equipment.

All these things run on batteries and at the moment, the soldiers (A30) ... on these batteries to supply the (A31) ... this equipment needs. With the "electric backpack", the soldiers won't need to carry extra batteries around with them. Rescue workers and mountain climbers will also find the bag useful, as will students who don't want their MP3 players to stop working by (A32) ... on their way to school.

1) moved
2) got
3) run
4) put

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Задание 28 № 1828

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Imagine you are walking to school listening to music on your MP3 player. All of a (A25) ... it stops working and you (A26) ... that the batteries have (A27) ... out. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could simply recharge the batteries wherever you are? This might be possible in a few years' time as scientists are now working on a bag that makes electricity. They say that all someone needs to do is (A28) ... the bag on their back and start walking. The movement of the body makes electricity in a special part of the bag. This new invention (A29) ... like a brilliant idea, doesn't it? Scientists developed the "electric backpack" in order to help soldiers, who often carry around with them torches (фонари), radios and other equipment.

All these things run on batteries and at the moment, the soldiers (A30) ... on these batteries to supply the (A31) ... this equipment needs. With the "electric backpack", the soldiers won't need to carry extra batteries around with them. Rescue workers and mountain climbers will also find the bag useful, as will students who don't want their MP3 players to stop working by (A32) ... on their way to school.

1) base
2) put
3) bring
4) take

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Задание 29 № 1829

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Imagine you are walking to school listening to music on your MP3 player. All of a (A25) ... it stops working and you (A26) ... that the batteries have (A27) ... out. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could simply recharge the batteries wherever you are? This might be possible in a few years' time as scientists are now working on a bag that makes electricity. They say that all someone needs to do is (A28) ... the bag on their back and start walking. The movement of the body makes electricity in a special part of the bag. This new invention (A29) ... like a brilliant idea, doesn't it? Scientists developed the "electric backpack" in order to help soldiers, who often carry around with them torches (фонари), radios and other equipment.

All these things run on batteries and at the moment, the soldiers (A30) ... on these batteries to supply the (A31) ... this equipment needs. With the "electric backpack", the soldiers won't need to carry extra batteries around with them. Rescue workers and mountain climbers will also find the bag useful, as will students who don't want their MP3 players to stop working by (A32) ... on their way to school.

1) sounds
2) appears
3) turns
4) becomes

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Задание 30 № 1830

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Imagine you are walking to school listening to music on your MP3 player. All of a (A25) ... it stops working and you (A26) ... that the batteries have (A27) ... out. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could simply recharge the batteries wherever you are? This might be possible in a few years' time as scientists are now working on a bag that makes electricity. They say that all someone needs to do is (A28) ... the bag on their back and start walking. The movement of the body makes electricity in a special part of the bag. This new invention (A29) ... like a brilliant idea, doesn't it? Scientists developed the "electric backpack" in order to help soldiers, who often carry around with them torches (фонари), radios and other equipment.

All these things run on batteries and at the moment, the soldiers (A30) ... on these batteries to supply the (A31) ... this equipment needs. With the "electric backpack", the soldiers won't need to carry extra batteries around with them. Rescue workers and mountain climbers will also find the bag useful, as will students who don't want their MP3 players to stop working by (A32) ... on their way to school.

1) rely
2) trust
3) use
4) put

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Задание 31 № 1831

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Imagine you are walking to school listening to music on your MP3 player. All of a (A25) ... it stops working and you (A26) ... that the batteries have (A27) ... out. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could simply recharge the batteries wherever you are? This might be possible in a few years' time as scientists are now working on a bag that makes electricity. They say that all someone needs to do is (A28) ... the bag on their back and start walking. The movement of the body makes electricity in a special part of the bag. This new invention (A29) ... like a brilliant idea, doesn't it? Scientists developed the "electric backpack" in order to help soldiers, who often carry around with them torches (фонари), radios and other equipment.

All these things run on batteries and at the moment, the soldiers (A30) ... on these batteries to supply the (A31) ... this equipment needs. With the "electric backpack", the soldiers won't need to carry extra batteries around with them. Rescue workers and mountain climbers will also find the bag useful, as will students who don't want their MP3 players to stop working by (A32) ... on their way to school.

1) force
2) strength
3) power
4) intensity

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Задание 32 № 1832

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Imagine you are walking to school listening to music on your MP3 player. All of a (A25) ... it stops working and you (A26) ... that the batteries have (A27) ... out. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could simply recharge the batteries wherever you are? This might be possible in a few years' time as scientists are now working on a bag that makes electricity. They say that all someone needs to do is (A28) ... the bag on their back and start walking. The movement of the body makes electricity in a special part of the bag. This new invention (A29) ... like a brilliant idea, doesn't it? Scientists developed the "electric backpack" in order to help soldiers, who often carry around with them torches (фонари), radios and other equipment.

All these things run on batteries and at the moment, the soldiers (A30) ... on these batteries to supply the (A31) ... this equipment needs. With the "electric backpack", the soldiers won't need to carry extra batteries around with them. Rescue workers and mountain climbers will also find the bag useful, as will students who don't want their MP3 players to stop working by (A32) ... on their way to school.

1) time
2) luck
3) means
4) chance

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Задание 23 № 1883

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Not many creatures can (A23) ... alive in the freezing cold of the far north. However, there are a number of creatures which (A24) ... to survive in places where the temperatures can fall as (A25) ... as minus 28 degrees. One of the most remarkable of these creatures is the Alaskan wood frog. When it gets (A26) ... cold in the winter months, up to two thirds of the water in the frog’s body actually freezes. But once the days begin to (A27) ... slightly warmer in spring, the frogs thaw out (оттаивать) again. Scientists have long been trying to discover the process that makes this rebirth (возрождение) (A28) ... and now they have discovered how it is done. The frogs produce a chemical in their body that (A29) ... the antifreeze that people use to (A30)... their cars from freezing. This chemical in the frog’s body (A31) ... in a very similar way in (A32) ... to protect its most important organs.

1) hold
2) stand
3) stay
4) exist

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Задание 24 № 1884

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Not many creatures can (A23) ... alive in the freezing cold of the far north. However, there are a number of creatures which (A24) ... to survive in places where the temperatures can fall as (A25) ... as minus 28 degrees. One of the most remarkable of these creatures is the Alaskan wood frog. When it gets (A26) ... cold in the winter months, up to two thirds of the water in the frog’s body actually freezes. But once the days begin to (A27) ... slightly warmer in spring, the frogs thaw out (оттаивать) again. Scientists have long been trying to discover the process that makes this rebirth (возрождение) (A28) ... and now they have discovered how it is done. The frogs produce a chemical in their body that (A29) ... the antifreeze that people use to (A30)... their cars from freezing. This chemical in the frog’s body (A31) ... in a very similar way in (A32) ... to protect its most important organs.

1) succeed
2) manage
3) enable
4) achieve

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Задание 25 № 1885

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Not many creatures can (A23) ... alive in the freezing cold of the far north. However, there are a number of creatures which (A24) ... to survive in places where the temperatures can fall as (A25) ... as minus 28 degrees. One of the most remarkable of these creatures is the Alaskan wood frog. When it gets (A26) ... cold in the winter months, up to two thirds of the water in the frog’s body actually freezes. But once the days begin to (A27) ... slightly warmer in spring, the frogs thaw out (оттаивать) again. Scientists have long been trying to discover the process that makes this rebirth (возрождение) (A28) ... and now they have discovered how it is done. The frogs produce a chemical in their body that (A29) ... the antifreeze that people use to (A30)... their cars from freezing. This chemical in the frog’s body (A31) ... in a very similar way in (A32) ... to protect its most important organs.

1) deep
2) hard
3) low
4) far

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Задание 26 № 1886

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Not many creatures can (A23) ... alive in the freezing cold of the far north. However, there are a number of creatures which (A24) ... to survive in places where the temperatures can fall as (A25) ... as minus 28 degrees. One of the most remarkable of these creatures is the Alaskan wood frog. When it gets (A26) ... cold in the winter months, up to two thirds of the water in the frog’s body actually freezes. But once the days begin to (A27) ... slightly warmer in spring, the frogs thaw out (оттаивать) again. Scientists have long been trying to discover the process that makes this rebirth (возрождение) (A28) ... and now they have discovered how it is done. The frogs produce a chemical in their body that (A29) ... the antifreeze that people use to (A30)... their cars from freezing. This chemical in the frog’s body (A31) ... in a very similar way in (A32) ... to protect its most important organs.

1) fully
2) perfectly
3) highly
4) bitterly

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Задание 27 № 1887

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Not many creatures can (A23) ... alive in the freezing cold of the far north. However, there are a number of creatures which (A24) ... to survive in places where the temperatures can fall as (A25) ... as minus 28 degrees. One of the most remarkable of these creatures is the Alaskan wood frog. When it gets (A26) ... cold in the winter months, up to two thirds of the water in the frog’s body actually freezes. But once the days begin to (A27) ... slightly warmer in spring, the frogs thaw out (оттаивать) again. Scientists have long been trying to discover the process that makes this rebirth (возрождение) (A28) ... and now they have discovered how it is done. The frogs produce a chemical in their body that (A29) ... the antifreeze that people use to (A30)... their cars from freezing. This chemical in the frog’s body (A31) ... in a very similar way in (A32) ... to protect its most important organs.

1) turn
2) come
3) move
4) start