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Задание 12063. чтение. огэ по английскому установите соответствие между заголовками 1 8 и текстами a g. используйте каждую

Задание №12063.
Чтение. ОГЭ 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 landmark for the new millennium
2. Extra entertainment
3. An international project
4. Safety rules on the wheel
5. A family project
6. Lighting up the night
7. A favourable location
8. Appropriate for all ages

A. The Merlin Entertainments London Eye is usually called the London Eye. It is the tallest observation wheel in Europe and it was opened on 31st December, 1999. The designers originally planned it to be a part of the great celebration for the coming of the year 2000. Since then it has been a great tourist attraction — more than three million people visit it every year.

B. It took more than a year and a half to complete the wheel. Over 1700 tonnes of metal were used in the structure. Several countries contributed to the project. The egg-shaped capsules, which can take up to 25 passengers, were transported from France by train across the English Channel. The central part of the wheel was made in the Czech Republic.

C. The London Eye is situated on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. It lies between Westminster Bridge and Hungerford Bridge, in the very heart of the city. The passengers have a fantastic view over London. They can clearly see many famous landmarks like Buckingham Palace, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Houses of Parliament.

D. The London Eye was designed by two architects, David Marks and Julia Barfield, husband and wife. They took part in a competition for the best millennium landmark and suggested the idea of a large observation wheel. Actually, none of the participants won the competition, but the couple managed to get the financial support of British Airways that sponsored the construction.

E. The observation wheel turns rather slowly. The London Eye is perfect for families with children. Parents can even bring babies on board as the capsule is completely enclosed. The wheel does not usually stop to take on new passengers — the slow motion allows passengers to walk on and off the capsules at ground level. Even elderly tourists find the wheel comfortable.

F. Since 2005, the London Eye has been the main location for New Year celebrations and impressive firework displays. Every coming year is marked by a 10-minute firework show, welcomed by Londoners. Fireworks can also be fired from the wheel itself. Additionally, since 2006, the London Eye has been lit by thousands of lamps, which have made night trips on the wheel extremely popular.

G. The growing popularity of the London Eye makes tourists line up for tickets. In 2009, the owners of the attraction suggested new features, which were included in the price of the tickets. They introduced a new ticket hall where people can watch a 4D film before they get on the wheel.

Решение:
Заголовок 1 (A landmark for the new millennium. — Ориентир нового тысячелетия) соответствует содержанию текста A: «The designers originally planned it to be a part of the great celebration for the coming of the year 2000.»

Заголовок 3 (An international project. — Международный проект) соответствует содержанию текста B: «Several countries contributed to the project.»

Заголовок 7 (A favourable location. — Выгодное месторасположение) соответствует содержанию текста C: «It lies between Westminster Bridge and Hungerford Bridge, in the very heart of the city.»

Заголовок 5 (A family project. — Семейный проект) соответствует содержанию текста D: «The London Eye was designed by two architects, David Marks and Julia Barfield, husband and wife.»

Заголовок 8 (Appropriate for all ages. — Подходит для всех возрастов) соответствует содержанию текста E: «The London Eye is perfect for families with children.»

Заголовок 6 (Lighting up the night. — Освещая ночь) соответствует содержанию текста F: «Since 2005, the London Eye has been the main location for New Year celebrations and impressive firework displays.»

Заголовок 2 (Extra entertainment. — Дополнительные развлечения) соответствует содержанию текста G: «In 2009, the owners of the attraction suggested new features…»

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19.  Do you know the origin of the place name Alaska? The name
Alaska comes from the Aleut word alaxsxaq,
__________________ “an object toward which the action of
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MEAN
20. It is also known as Alyeska, the “great land”, an Aleut word
__________________ from the same root.
FORM
21. Its nicknames are the Land of the Midnight Sun and America’s
Last Frontier. Its first nicknames were “Seward’s folly” and
“Seward’s icebox” to laugh at the secretary of state who
negotiated the purchase of Alaska from Russia, which
__________________ foolish at the time.
CONSIDER
A landmark for the new millennium
22. Have you seen the photos of the London Eye? The London Eye
is a giant observation wheel __________________ in the
Jubilee Gardens on the South Bank of the river Thames.
LOCATE
23. The structure __________________ by the architectural team
of David Marks and Julia Barfield, husband and wife.
DESIGN
24.  They submitted their idea for a large observation wheel as part
of a competition to design a landmark for the new millennium.
None of the entrants __________________the competition.
WIN
25. However, the couple pressed on and eventually got the backing
of British Airways, who sponsored __________________
project.
THEY
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Joseph Rudyard Kipling

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In 1907 he was the first English writer to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. It was international recognition of his talent.

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Задание 915

A landmark for the new millennium

Have you seen the photos of the London
Eye? The London Eye is a giant observation wheel
__________________
in the Jubilee Gardens on the South Bank of the river Thames.

LOCATE

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located

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