A happy comeback егэ ответы

Задание 8663. чтение. егэ по английскому установите соответствие между заголовками 1 8 и текстами a g. используйте каждую

Задание №8663.
Чтение. ЕГЭ по английскому

Установите соответствие между заголовками 1 — 8 и текстами A — G. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.

1. A happy comeback
2. Dangerous when rare
3. Recovery of a masterpiece
4. Back and deep into the past
5. Return of the popularity
6. From Eastern to Western culture
7. They come back in spring
8. Return to the market

A. The Mona Lisa, also known as La Giaconda, became world famous after it was stolen from the Louvre in 1911. The painting was missing for two years before police traced the theft to Italian painter, Vincenzo Peruggia, who stole the work to return it to its country of origin. The Louvre Museum in Paris built a separate room to house the Mona Lisa, giving up to five million visitors a year the chance to see the painting.

B. The tradition of telling stories with a series of sequential images has been a part of Japanese culture long before Superman comic strips. The earliest examples of pre-manga artwork that influenced the development of modern Japanese comics are commonly attributed to Toba Sojo, an 11th-century painter-priest with an odd sense of humor. Toba’s animal paintings satirized life in the Buddhist priesthood by drawing priests as rabbits or monkeys engaged in silly activities.

C. When the story in which Holmes died was published in a popular magazine in 1893, the British reading public was outraged. More than 20,000 people canceled their subscriptions. The demand for Holmes stories was so great that Conan Doyle brought the great detective back to life by explaining that no one had actually seen Holmes go down the Reichenbach Falls. The public, glad to have new tales, bought the explanation.

D. Caviar refers to the salted eggs of the fish species, sturgeon. At the beginning of the 19th century, the United States was one of the greatest producers of caviar in the world. Because of overfishing, commercial sturgeon harvesting was banned. Today, mostly through farm-raised varieties, caviar production has returned in America. Some American caviar is very high in quality and has been compared favorably to wild Caspian caviar.

E. T.S. Eliot wrote in his poem, «The Waste Land,» that April was the «cruelest month.» He was living in England at the time, and the weather there can be dreadfully rainy and cold during spring. But from a cook’s point of view, April is anything but cruel. The month brings us some of the freshest, most wonderful foods. Consider the first ripe strawberries, asparagus, artichokes, tiny peas, and so much more.

F. When the eruption of Vesuvius started on the morning of 24 August, 79 AD, it caught the local population completely unprepared. The catastrophic magnitude of the eruption was connected with the long period of inactivity that preceded it. The longer the intervals between one eruption and another, the greater the explosion will be. Luckily, the frequent but low-level activity of Vesuvius in recent centuries has relieved the build-up of pressure in the magma chamber.

G. Iron Age Britain can only be understood from the archaeological evidence. There are few spectacular ruins from Iron Age Britain. Unlike in Classical Greece or Ancient Egypt, in Iron Age Britain there was no construction of major cities, palaces, temples or pyramids. Rather, it was an essentially rural world of farms and villages, which had no economic or religious need to build palaces, cities, major tombs or ceremonial sites.

Решение:
Заголовок 3 (Recovery of a masterpiece. — Восстановление шедевра) соответствует содержанию текста A: «The painting was missing for two years before police traced the theft to Italian painter who stole the work…»

Заголовок 6 (From Eastern to Western culture. — От восточной к западной культуре) соответствует содержанию текста B: «… has been a part of Japanese culture long before Superman comic strips.»

Заголовок 1 (A happy comeback. — Счастливое возвращение) соответствует содержанию текста C: «… Conan Doyle brought the great detective back to life…»

Заголовок 8 (Return to the market. — Вернуться на рынок) соответствует содержанию текста D: «… caviar production has returned in America.»

Заголовок 7 (They come back in spring. — Они возвращаются весной) соответствует содержанию текста E: «The month brings us some of the freshest, most wonderful foods.»

Заголовок 2 (Dangerous when rare. — Опасно, когда редко) соответствует содержанию текста F: «The longer the intervals between one eruption and another, the greater the explosion will be.»

Заголовок 4 (Back and deep into the past. — Назад и глубоко в прошлое) соответствует содержанию текста G: «Iron Age Britain can only be understood from the archaeological evidence…»

Показать ответ

Источник: ФИПИ. Открытый банк тестовых заданий

Сообщить об ошибке

Тест с похожими заданиями

Урокам.нет!

Войти

Задать вопрос

Английский языкАнглийский язык

Алексаня

1 августа, 10:08


+3

Ответы (1)

  1. A happy comeback егэ ответы

    Увар

    1 августа, 11:58

    Happy comeback. первый заголовок

    • Комментировать
    • Жалоба
    • Ссылка

Знаешь ответ?

Не уверен в ответе?

Найди верный ответ на вопрос ✅ «Помогите подобрать заголовок: The Mona Lisa, also known as La Giaconda, became world famous after it was stolen from the Louvre in 1911. …» по предмету 📙 Английский язык, а если ответа нет или никто не дал верного ответа, то воспользуйся поиском и попробуй найти ответ среди похожих вопросов.

Искать другие ответы

Новые вопросы по английскому языку

Нужно перевести My name is Peter and this is my house. I live in England, so it’s a tipical English house. It has got two floors — the ground floor and the first floor. The house is big because there are three children in our family.

Ответы (2)

Перекласти в Present Simple Нам кажуть правду. ЦІ БУдинки будуть з дерева.

Ответы (1)

Задайте 5 типов вопросов к предложению (общий, альтернативный, к подлежащему, разделительный, к обстоятельству места My friend is watching TV in the living-room now.

Ответы (1)

What kind of cookies are Gred s favourite

Ответы (2)

Выберите правильный вариант ответа: 1) Canada is very … country 1. bigger 2. the biggest 3. big 4. the most big. 2) My friend … a carpenter 1. am 2. are 3. is 4. were. 3) Whe … you always late 1. are 2. is 3. am 4. was. 4) …

Ответы (3)

Главная » ⭐️ Английский язык » Помогите подобрать заголовок: The Mona Lisa, also known as La Giaconda, became world famous after it was stolen from the Louvre in 1911.

A. 

The Mona Lisa, also known as La Giaconda, became world famous after it was stolen from the Louvre in 1911. The painting was missing for two years before police traced the theft to Italian painter, Vincenzo Peruggia, who stole the work to return it to its country of origin. The Louvre Museum in Paris built a separate room to house the Mona Lisa, giving up to five million visitors a year the chance to see the painting.

B. 

The tradition of telling stories with a series of sequential images has been a part of Japanese culture long before Superman comic strips. The earliest examples of pre-manga artwork that influenced the development of modern Japanese comics are commonly attributed to Toba Sojo, an 11th-century painter-priest with an odd sense of humor. Toba’s animal paintings satirized life in the Buddhist priesthood by drawing priests as rabbits or monkeys engaged in silly activities.

C. 

When the story in which Holmes died was published in a popular magazine in 1893, the British reading public was outraged. More than 20,000 people canceled their subscriptions. The demand for Holmes stories was so great that Conan Doyle brought the great detective back to life by explaining that no one had actually seen Holmes go down the Reichenbach Falls. The public, glad to have new tales, bought the explanation.

D. 

Caviar refers to the salted eggs of the fish species, sturgeon. At the beginning of the 19th century, the United States was one of the greatest producers of caviar in the world. Because of overfishing, commercial sturgeon harvesting was banned. Today, mostly through farm-raised varieties, caviar production has returned in America. Some American caviar is very high in quality and has been compared favorably to wild Caspian caviar.

E. 

T.S. Eliot wrote in his poem, «The Waste Land,» that April was the «cruelest month.» He was living in England at the time, and the weather there can be dreadfully rainy and cold during spring. But from a cook’s point of view, April is anything but cruel. The month brings us some of the freshest, most wonderful foods. Consider the first ripe strawberries, asparagus, artichokes, tiny peas, and so much more.

F. 

When the eruption of Vesuvius started on the morning of 24 August, 79 AD, it caught the local population completely unprepared. The catastrophic magnitude of the eruption was connected with the long period of inactivity that preceded it. The longer the intervals between one eruption and another, the greater the explosion will be. Luckily, the frequent but low-level activity of Vesuvius in recent centuries has relieved the build-up of pressure in the magma chamber.

G. 

Iron Age Britain can only be understood from the archaeological evidence. There are few spectacular ruins from Iron Age Britain. Unlike in Classical Greece or Ancient Egypt, in Iron Age Britain there was no construction of major cities, palaces, temples or pyramids. Rather, it was an essentially rural world of farms and villages, which had no economic or religious need to build palaces, cities, major tombs or ceremonial sites.

Информация

Посетители, находящиеся в группе Гости, не могут оставлять комментарии к данной публикации.