Тренировочный вариант ОГЭ по английскому языку №4

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9. Задание#T7167

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  1. Where to stay in the city
  2. Beautiful and very effective
  3. Opportunities to meet any interests
  4. The facilities for playing sports
  5. Educational entertainment in the city
  6. The beautiful sights of nature
  7. Historical attractions in the heart of the city
  8. A popular type of winter entertainment
A. Moscow is a city where you can never feel bored. It offers its citizens a lot of different ways to spend their free time constructively. In other words, the people of the city can spend their free time in a pleasant, exciting, meaningful, and useful way. They can choose from a wide range of various activities – they can visit a theatre or an exhibition, go to a sports centre, disco, concert, club whatever. There are a lot of places suitable for children where they can learn something new in an interesting and entertaining way.

B. A cold and snowy day, with low temperatures that make the air feel freezing, is not a reason to stay at home. One of the places Moscow residents enjoy visiting at weekends and during the long New Year holidays is the skating rink. There are many outdoor skating rinks. They are beautifully lit and decorated, with music and small cafés where the skaters can have some hot tea and snacks. Not only children and young people come to the skating rink – you can also see a lot of middle-aged and senior people who love skating.

C. It’s not easy to stay healthy and fit in a megalopolis. Fortunately, in Moscow, there are many recreational zones. Apart from the cycle lanes, and places for jogging and exercising in the parks, people can attend numerous sports centres, gyms, and swimming pools, which are conveniently located within most residential areas. Many schools and kindergartens can boast well-equipped sports grounds, indoor gyms and even swimming pools.

D. Moscow schools are remarkable due to the facilities they offer their students, but that is not all. In Moscow, school children have unique opportunities to learn history in the best historical museums and astronomy in a modern planetarium. There are many excursions, lectures, quests, and masterclasses, specially designed for curious young people. The children feel involved and are glad to take part in the activities not only during the school time but at weekends and during holidays too.

E. Moscow is famous for its parks and gardens. The green areas are necessary for people's well-being, and the residents of the megalopolis appreciate the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of flowers and trees. Some parks, like Tsaritsyno, Sokolniki, and Kolomenskoe are really huge. By walking there, one can totally escape the noise of the city. There are also relatively small but charming gardens, like Neskuchny Garden where children and adults can watch the squirrels and feed the birds.

F. On weekdays and at weekends, the centre of Moscow is always crowded. Not only the locals, but also most visitors, have a very busy programme too – there is so much to see and do in Moscow! Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral and other masterpieces of old Moscow never fail to amaze guests. The Moscow Kremlin looks grand and impressive. Its architecture, interior and treasure collections make it a magnet for tourists from all over the world.

G. There is one memorable place most foreign tourists mention when they talk about their trip to the capital of Russia. That is the Moscow Metro. The most beautiful subway in the world is also very efficient. The metro lines are spread under the city like a huge web, which makes every destination easily accessible. The trains come to the stations every few minutes and bring millions of passengers every day. Most people prefer the metro to other means of transport.
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10. Задание#T7168

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Distant relatives?

My brother Neil is only seven. Like all small kids he’s got lots of interests and hobbies which never last long. Neil may get overexcited about cartoon characters and ask mum to buy him the toys, books about them, or even pyjamas with his favourite pictures of them. In a couple of weeks, however, his interest usually shifts to another character and everything starts again from the beginning.

A few weeks ago, Neil got crazy about dinosaurs. Actually, it came like the chicken pox – all of a sudden, all the kids in his class became obsessed with the ancient reptiles and started to collect anything and everything connected with them. Surprisingly, their interest was not shallow. They researched the topic and were very surprised to find out that the descendants of the dinosaurs still live around us. One day, when Neil and a bunch of his friends were studying pictures of the prehistoric monsters, one of the boys said that the deinonychus from their book reminded him of our parrot Bibi.

Neil was struck by these words. It was not easy for him to accept the idea that the deinonychus and our cheerful and sociable pet may have something in common.

At home Neil watched the parrot for a while, comparing the form of the body, the claws on the feet, and the beak with the picture in his book. Obviously feeling impressed by some unexpected discoveries, Neil decided to dig deeper.

Later in the evening my little brother presented us with a lot of information about that type of dinosaurs which, I have to admit it, was absolutely new to me. Thanks to Neil, I learnt that deinonychuses lived more than 100 million years ago and were relatively small dinosaurs – they could grow up to 3.5 metres long. The scientific name deinonychus means terrible claw. The claws on their feet looked really terrifying, as well as their teeth. Those dinosaurs were cruel and very skilled hunters. No animal in the prehistoric forest could escape the awful predators. They attacked even the dinosaurs that were much larger in size.

With their huge and sharp claws, deinonychuses were able to climb trees. They also had a long tail that helped them to keep balance and was flexible enough to bend from side to side.

‘And how about the feathers?’ asked dad, definitely intrigued by Neil’s passionate presentation. ‘Did that dinosaur have any feathers, like a bird?’

‘I don’t know yet,’ Neil answered earnestly. ‘I think the feathers appeared later and it learnt to fly. But I’m not sure and want to search the internet. Can I use your computer tomorrow, Daddy?’

Dad hesitated and then said: ‘Well, I’m not sure…’

‘Please…’ added Neil in a quiet, polite voice.

‘Please!’ repeated Bibi in a husky and demanding voice.
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Neil’s parents usually buy him everything he wants.
  1. True
  2. False
  3. Not stated
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11. Задание#T7169

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Distant relatives?

My brother Neil is only seven. Like all small kids he’s got lots of interests and hobbies which never last long. Neil may get overexcited about cartoon characters and ask mum to buy him the toys, books about them, or even pyjamas with his favourite pictures of them. In a couple of weeks, however, his interest usually shifts to another character and everything starts again from the beginning.

A few weeks ago, Neil got crazy about dinosaurs. Actually, it came like the chicken pox – all of a sudden, all the kids in his class became obsessed with the ancient reptiles and started to collect anything and everything connected with them. Surprisingly, their interest was not shallow. They researched the topic and were very surprised to find out that the descendants of the dinosaurs still live around us. One day, when Neil and a bunch of his friends were studying pictures of the prehistoric monsters, one of the boys said that the deinonychus from their book reminded him of our parrot Bibi.

Neil was struck by these words. It was not easy for him to accept the idea that the deinonychus and our cheerful and sociable pet may have something in common.

At home Neil watched the parrot for a while, comparing the form of the body, the claws on the feet, and the beak with the picture in his book. Obviously feeling impressed by some unexpected discoveries, Neil decided to dig deeper.

Later in the evening my little brother presented us with a lot of information about that type of dinosaurs which, I have to admit it, was absolutely new to me. Thanks to Neil, I learnt that deinonychuses lived more than 100 million years ago and were relatively small dinosaurs – they could grow up to 3.5 metres long. The scientific name deinonychus means terrible claw. The claws on their feet looked really terrifying, as well as their teeth. Those dinosaurs were cruel and very skilled hunters. No animal in the prehistoric forest could escape the awful predators. They attacked even the dinosaurs that were much larger in size.

With their huge and sharp claws, deinonychuses were able to climb trees. They also had a long tail that helped them to keep balance and was flexible enough to bend from side to side.

‘And how about the feathers?’ asked dad, definitely intrigued by Neil’s passionate presentation. ‘Did that dinosaur have any feathers, like a bird?’

‘I don’t know yet,’ Neil answered earnestly. ‘I think the feathers appeared later and it learnt to fly. But I’m not sure and want to search the internet. Can I use your computer tomorrow, Daddy?’

Dad hesitated and then said: ‘Well, I’m not sure…’

‘Please…’ added Neil in a quiet, polite voice.

‘Please!’ repeated Bibi in a husky and demanding voice.
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Определите, соответствует ли утверждение содержанию текста (11 – True), не соответствует (22 – False) или об этом в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (33 – Not stated).
Neil’s school friends shared his interest to dinosaurs.
  1. True
  2. False
  3. Not stated
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12. Задание#T7170

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Distant relatives?

My brother Neil is only seven. Like all small kids he’s got lots of interests and hobbies which never last long. Neil may get overexcited about cartoon characters and ask mum to buy him the toys, books about them, or even pyjamas with his favourite pictures of them. In a couple of weeks, however, his interest usually shifts to another character and everything starts again from the beginning.

A few weeks ago, Neil got crazy about dinosaurs. Actually, it came like the chicken pox – all of a sudden, all the kids in his class became obsessed with the ancient reptiles and started to collect anything and everything connected with them. Surprisingly, their interest was not shallow. They researched the topic and were very surprised to find out that the descendants of the dinosaurs still live around us. One day, when Neil and a bunch of his friends were studying pictures of the prehistoric monsters, one of the boys said that the deinonychus from their book reminded him of our parrot Bibi.

Neil was struck by these words. It was not easy for him to accept the idea that the deinonychus and our cheerful and sociable pet may have something in common.

At home Neil watched the parrot for a while, comparing the form of the body, the claws on the feet, and the beak with the picture in his book. Obviously feeling impressed by some unexpected discoveries, Neil decided to dig deeper.

Later in the evening my little brother presented us with a lot of information about that type of dinosaurs which, I have to admit it, was absolutely new to me. Thanks to Neil, I learnt that deinonychuses lived more than 100 million years ago and were relatively small dinosaurs – they could grow up to 3.5 metres long. The scientific name deinonychus means terrible claw. The claws on their feet looked really terrifying, as well as their teeth. Those dinosaurs were cruel and very skilled hunters. No animal in the prehistoric forest could escape the awful predators. They attacked even the dinosaurs that were much larger in size.

With their huge and sharp claws, deinonychuses were able to climb trees. They also had a long tail that helped them to keep balance and was flexible enough to bend from side to side.

‘And how about the feathers?’ asked dad, definitely intrigued by Neil’s passionate presentation. ‘Did that dinosaur have any feathers, like a bird?’

‘I don’t know yet,’ Neil answered earnestly. ‘I think the feathers appeared later and it learnt to fly. But I’m not sure and want to search the internet. Can I use your computer tomorrow, Daddy?’

Dad hesitated and then said: ‘Well, I’m not sure…’

‘Please…’ added Neil in a quiet, polite voice.

‘Please!’ repeated Bibi in a husky and demanding voice.
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Определите, соответствует ли утверждение содержанию текста (11 – True), не соответствует (22 – False) или об этом в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (33 – Not stated).
Bibi was the name of Neil’s classmate.
  1. True
  2. False
  3. Not stated
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13. Задание#T7171

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Distant relatives?

My brother Neil is only seven. Like all small kids he’s got lots of interests and hobbies which never last long. Neil may get overexcited about cartoon characters and ask mum to buy him the toys, books about them, or even pyjamas with his favourite pictures of them. In a couple of weeks, however, his interest usually shifts to another character and everything starts again from the beginning.

A few weeks ago, Neil got crazy about dinosaurs. Actually, it came like the chicken pox – all of a sudden, all the kids in his class became obsessed with the ancient reptiles and started to collect anything and everything connected with them. Surprisingly, their interest was not shallow. They researched the topic and were very surprised to find out that the descendants of the dinosaurs still live around us. One day, when Neil and a bunch of his friends were studying pictures of the prehistoric monsters, one of the boys said that the deinonychus from their book reminded him of our parrot Bibi.

Neil was struck by these words. It was not easy for him to accept the idea that the deinonychus and our cheerful and sociable pet may have something in common.

At home Neil watched the parrot for a while, comparing the form of the body, the claws on the feet, and the beak with the picture in his book. Obviously feeling impressed by some unexpected discoveries, Neil decided to dig deeper.

Later in the evening my little brother presented us with a lot of information about that type of dinosaurs which, I have to admit it, was absolutely new to me. Thanks to Neil, I learnt that deinonychuses lived more than 100 million years ago and were relatively small dinosaurs – they could grow up to 3.5 metres long. The scientific name deinonychus means terrible claw. The claws on their feet looked really terrifying, as well as their teeth. Those dinosaurs were cruel and very skilled hunters. No animal in the prehistoric forest could escape the awful predators. They attacked even the dinosaurs that were much larger in size.

With their huge and sharp claws, deinonychuses were able to climb trees. They also had a long tail that helped them to keep balance and was flexible enough to bend from side to side.

‘And how about the feathers?’ asked dad, definitely intrigued by Neil’s passionate presentation. ‘Did that dinosaur have any feathers, like a bird?’

‘I don’t know yet,’ Neil answered earnestly. ‘I think the feathers appeared later and it learnt to fly. But I’m not sure and want to search the internet. Can I use your computer tomorrow, Daddy?’

Dad hesitated and then said: ‘Well, I’m not sure…’

‘Please…’ added Neil in a quiet, polite voice.

‘Please!’ repeated Bibi in a husky and demanding voice.
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Определите, соответствует ли утверждение содержанию текста (11 – True), не соответствует (22 – False) или об этом в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (33 – Not stated).
There was at least one pet in Neil’s family.
  1. True
  2. False
  3. Not stated
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14. Задание#T7172

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Distant relatives?

My brother Neil is only seven. Like all small kids he’s got lots of interests and hobbies which never last long. Neil may get overexcited about cartoon characters and ask mum to buy him the toys, books about them, or even pyjamas with his favourite pictures of them. In a couple of weeks, however, his interest usually shifts to another character and everything starts again from the beginning.

A few weeks ago, Neil got crazy about dinosaurs. Actually, it came like the chicken pox – all of a sudden, all the kids in his class became obsessed with the ancient reptiles and started to collect anything and everything connected with them. Surprisingly, their interest was not shallow. They researched the topic and were very surprised to find out that the descendants of the dinosaurs still live around us. One day, when Neil and a bunch of his friends were studying pictures of the prehistoric monsters, one of the boys said that the deinonychus from their book reminded him of our parrot Bibi.

Neil was struck by these words. It was not easy for him to accept the idea that the deinonychus and our cheerful and sociable pet may have something in common.

At home Neil watched the parrot for a while, comparing the form of the body, the claws on the feet, and the beak with the picture in his book. Obviously feeling impressed by some unexpected discoveries, Neil decided to dig deeper.

Later in the evening my little brother presented us with a lot of information about that type of dinosaurs which, I have to admit it, was absolutely new to me. Thanks to Neil, I learnt that deinonychuses lived more than 100 million years ago and were relatively small dinosaurs – they could grow up to 3.5 metres long. The scientific name deinonychus means terrible claw. The claws on their feet looked really terrifying, as well as their teeth. Those dinosaurs were cruel and very skilled hunters. No animal in the prehistoric forest could escape the awful predators. They attacked even the dinosaurs that were much larger in size.

With their huge and sharp claws, deinonychuses were able to climb trees. They also had a long tail that helped them to keep balance and was flexible enough to bend from side to side.

‘And how about the feathers?’ asked dad, definitely intrigued by Neil’s passionate presentation. ‘Did that dinosaur have any feathers, like a bird?’

‘I don’t know yet,’ Neil answered earnestly. ‘I think the feathers appeared later and it learnt to fly. But I’m not sure and want to search the internet. Can I use your computer tomorrow, Daddy?’

Dad hesitated and then said: ‘Well, I’m not sure…’

‘Please…’ added Neil in a quiet, polite voice.

‘Please!’ repeated Bibi in a husky and demanding voice.
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Определите, соответствует ли утверждение содержанию текста (11 – True), не соответствует (22 – False) или об этом в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (33 – Not stated).
Deinonychuses lived on a vegetarian diet.
  1. True
  2. False
  3. Not stated
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15. Задание#T7173

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Distant relatives?

My brother Neil is only seven. Like all small kids he’s got lots of interests and hobbies which never last long. Neil may get overexcited about cartoon characters and ask mum to buy him the toys, books about them, or even pyjamas with his favourite pictures of them. In a couple of weeks, however, his interest usually shifts to another character and everything starts again from the beginning.

A few weeks ago, Neil got crazy about dinosaurs. Actually, it came like the chicken pox – all of a sudden, all the kids in his class became obsessed with the ancient reptiles and started to collect anything and everything connected with them. Surprisingly, their interest was not shallow. They researched the topic and were very surprised to find out that the descendants of the dinosaurs still live around us. One day, when Neil and a bunch of his friends were studying pictures of the prehistoric monsters, one of the boys said that the deinonychus from their book reminded him of our parrot Bibi.

Neil was struck by these words. It was not easy for him to accept the idea that the deinonychus and our cheerful and sociable pet may have something in common.

At home Neil watched the parrot for a while, comparing the form of the body, the claws on the feet, and the beak with the picture in his book. Obviously feeling impressed by some unexpected discoveries, Neil decided to dig deeper.

Later in the evening my little brother presented us with a lot of information about that type of dinosaurs which, I have to admit it, was absolutely new to me. Thanks to Neil, I learnt that deinonychuses lived more than 100 million years ago and were relatively small dinosaurs – they could grow up to 3.5 metres long. The scientific name deinonychus means terrible claw. The claws on their feet looked really terrifying, as well as their teeth. Those dinosaurs were cruel and very skilled hunters. No animal in the prehistoric forest could escape the awful predators. They attacked even the dinosaurs that were much larger in size.

With their huge and sharp claws, deinonychuses were able to climb trees. They also had a long tail that helped them to keep balance and was flexible enough to bend from side to side.

‘And how about the feathers?’ asked dad, definitely intrigued by Neil’s passionate presentation. ‘Did that dinosaur have any feathers, like a bird?’

‘I don’t know yet,’ Neil answered earnestly. ‘I think the feathers appeared later and it learnt to fly. But I’m not sure and want to search the internet. Can I use your computer tomorrow, Daddy?’

Dad hesitated and then said: ‘Well, I’m not sure…’

‘Please…’ added Neil in a quiet, polite voice.

‘Please!’ repeated Bibi in a husky and demanding voice.
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Определите, соответствует ли утверждение содержанию текста (11 – True), не соответствует (22 – False) или об этом в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (33 – Not stated).
The Deinonychus was the biggest type of dinosaur.
  1. True
  2. False
  3. Not stated
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16. Задание#T7174

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Distant relatives?

My brother Neil is only seven. Like all small kids he’s got lots of interests and hobbies which never last long. Neil may get overexcited about cartoon characters and ask mum to buy him the toys, books about them, or even pyjamas with his favourite pictures of them. In a couple of weeks, however, his interest usually shifts to another character and everything starts again from the beginning.

A few weeks ago, Neil got crazy about dinosaurs. Actually, it came like the chicken pox – all of a sudden, all the kids in his class became obsessed with the ancient reptiles and started to collect anything and everything connected with them. Surprisingly, their interest was not shallow. They researched the topic and were very surprised to find out that the descendants of the dinosaurs still live around us. One day, when Neil and a bunch of his friends were studying pictures of the prehistoric monsters, one of the boys said that the deinonychus from their book reminded him of our parrot Bibi.

Neil was struck by these words. It was not easy for him to accept the idea that the deinonychus and our cheerful and sociable pet may have something in common.

At home Neil watched the parrot for a while, comparing the form of the body, the claws on the feet, and the beak with the picture in his book. Obviously feeling impressed by some unexpected discoveries, Neil decided to dig deeper.

Later in the evening my little brother presented us with a lot of information about that type of dinosaurs which, I have to admit it, was absolutely new to me. Thanks to Neil, I learnt that deinonychuses lived more than 100 million years ago and were relatively small dinosaurs – they could grow up to 3.5 metres long. The scientific name deinonychus means terrible claw. The claws on their feet looked really terrifying, as well as their teeth. Those dinosaurs were cruel and very skilled hunters. No animal in the prehistoric forest could escape the awful predators. They attacked even the dinosaurs that were much larger in size.

With their huge and sharp claws, deinonychuses were able to climb trees. They also had a long tail that helped them to keep balance and was flexible enough to bend from side to side.

‘And how about the feathers?’ asked dad, definitely intrigued by Neil’s passionate presentation. ‘Did that dinosaur have any feathers, like a bird?’

‘I don’t know yet,’ Neil answered earnestly. ‘I think the feathers appeared later and it learnt to fly. But I’m not sure and want to search the internet. Can I use your computer tomorrow, Daddy?’

Dad hesitated and then said: ‘Well, I’m not sure…’

‘Please…’ added Neil in a quiet, polite voice.

‘Please!’ repeated Bibi in a husky and demanding voice.
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Определите, соответствует ли утверждение содержанию текста (11 – True), не соответствует (22 – False) или об этом в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (33 – Not stated).
Deinonychus laid eggs like birds.
  1. True
  2. False
  3. Not stated
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17. Задание#T7175

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Distant relatives?

My brother Neil is only seven. Like all small kids he’s got lots of interests and hobbies which never last long. Neil may get overexcited about cartoon characters and ask mum to buy him the toys, books about them, or even pyjamas with his favourite pictures of them. In a couple of weeks, however, his interest usually shifts to another character and everything starts again from the beginning.

A few weeks ago, Neil got crazy about dinosaurs. Actually, it came like the chicken pox – all of a sudden, all the kids in his class became obsessed with the ancient reptiles and started to collect anything and everything connected with them. Surprisingly, their interest was not shallow. They researched the topic and were very surprised to find out that the descendants of the dinosaurs still live around us. One day, when Neil and a bunch of his friends were studying pictures of the prehistoric monsters, one of the boys said that the deinonychus from their book reminded him of our parrot Bibi.

Neil was struck by these words. It was not easy for him to accept the idea that the deinonychus and our cheerful and sociable pet may have something in common.

At home Neil watched the parrot for a while, comparing the form of the body, the claws on the feet, and the beak with the picture in his book. Obviously feeling impressed by some unexpected discoveries, Neil decided to dig deeper.

Later in the evening my little brother presented us with a lot of information about that type of dinosaurs which, I have to admit it, was absolutely new to me. Thanks to Neil, I learnt that deinonychuses lived more than 100 million years ago and were relatively small dinosaurs – they could grow up to 3.5 metres long. The scientific name deinonychus means terrible claw. The claws on their feet looked really terrifying, as well as their teeth. Those dinosaurs were cruel and very skilled hunters. No animal in the prehistoric forest could escape the awful predators. They attacked even the dinosaurs that were much larger in size.

With their huge and sharp claws, deinonychuses were able to climb trees. They also had a long tail that helped them to keep balance and was flexible enough to bend from side to side.

‘And how about the feathers?’ asked dad, definitely intrigued by Neil’s passionate presentation. ‘Did that dinosaur have any feathers, like a bird?’

‘I don’t know yet,’ Neil answered earnestly. ‘I think the feathers appeared later and it learnt to fly. But I’m not sure and want to search the internet. Can I use your computer tomorrow, Daddy?’

Dad hesitated and then said: ‘Well, I’m not sure…’

‘Please…’ added Neil in a quiet, polite voice.

‘Please!’ repeated Bibi in a husky and demanding voice.
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Определите, соответствует ли утверждение содержанию текста (11 – True), не соответствует (22 – False) или об этом в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (33 – Not stated).
Neil was going to continue his research about the dinosaurs.
  1. True
  2. False
  3. Not stated
В поле ответа запишите одну цифру, которая соответствует номеру правильного ответа.
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18. Задание#T7176

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We moved house and I had to change school too. The new school was OK. To tell the truth, it was even (GOOD) ________ than the old one.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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19. Задание#T7177

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My new classmates (GIVE) ________ me a warm welcome.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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20. Задание#T7178

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My parents were glad that I felt comfortable in the new place.
‘Why don’t you invite your new friends to a picnic?’ they said one day. ‘We’d be glad to meet (THEY) ________.’
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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21. Задание#T7179

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It was a good idea. Our new house (SURROUND) ________ by a nice garden. It was a great place for a picnic.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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22. Задание#T7180

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I said to my parents that I (WANT) ________ to prepare everything for the picnic myself, including the snacks and entertainments.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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23. Задание#T7181

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They (NOT / MIND) ________ that.
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Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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24. Задание#T7182

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A few days later I understood that I needed some help and I came up to my mum.
‘I (WRITE) ________ a plan for the event,’ I said, ‘It is ready. Can you have a look at it?’
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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25. Задание#T7183

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Mum (MAKE) ________ some calculations on her computer and looked very busy.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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26. Задание#T7184

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‘Sorry, I can’t interrupt my work right now,’ she said, ‘I (READ) ________ your plan in ten minutes as soon as I complete it.’
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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27. Задание#T7185

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Most people like honey and take it with tea, add it to desserts, or just eat it as it is. Doctors say that honey helps you stay (HEALTH) ________ and recommend eating it daily, in small quantities of course.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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28. Задание#T7186

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There is historically proven (INFORM) ________ that people began collecting honey about 8,000 years ago.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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29. Задание#T7187

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At that time there were no domestic bees and people had to look for wild bee nests. A honey (HUNT) ________ needed to be very careful to avoid the bees’ stings.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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30. Задание#T7188

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He knew that the stings were very (PAIN) ________ and in some cases could be fatal.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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31. Задание#T7189

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Nowadays honey is produced worldwide. The honey bees are (AMAZE) ________ and useful insects.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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32. Задание#T7190

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Unfortunately, due to ecological reasons the number of bees is falling down dramatically. Scientists warn that they may completely (APPEAR) ________ because of global warming.
Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.
Полученное слово или словосочетание введите в поле ответа без пробелов.
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33. Задание#T7191

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend, Harry.
...I watched a hockey game recently. I’m not a fan but two teams from a professional league played in our town. And my friends told me I absolutely had to see the game. Now I don’t regret it. It was really very exciting!...

What sport do people enjoy watching in your country most? Would you like to be a sports celebrity or not, and why? What other activity apart from sport is popular with your friends?...
Write him a letter and answer his 33 questions.
Write 100100120120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.
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