A very special breakfast огэ ответы

1 преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.it started as a normal monday morning. my

1) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.

It started as a normal Monday morning. My alarm clock woke ___ (I) up early in the morning.


2) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.

I had breakfast, brushed my teeth and ___ (RUN) outside to catch the bus.


3) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.

At school I noticed that something was different. I came up to my friend Laura and asked her: “What’s going on? Why ___ (BE) everyone so excited?”


4) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.

“Don’t you know?” she said. “All the teachers ___ (LEAVE) for a conference. Only the headteacher and a few of the school staff are here.


5) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.

The senior students will be teaching us today. They are only two or three years ___ (OLD) than us. How can they possibly teach us?”


6) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.

However, she was wrong. Our substitute teacher, a student two grades above, was very serious. He said that he ___ (EXPLAIN) some French poetry to us.


7) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.

It was an unusual, but interesting French class. The poem ___ (WRITE) on the board, our new teacher read it and then we discussed the poet’s message, choice of words and other poetical things.


8) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.

Probably because the teacher was almost the same age as us, we felt relaxed and spoke freely. He also told us several amusing ___ (STORY) about the poet and his time. When the class was almost over, our substitute teacher invited us to attend the next session of the school literary society.


9) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста.

“I’m the Chairman of the society,” he added, “If you come, we ___ (HAVE) a special welcome party for new members.”


10) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.

Koalas are cute animals. ___ (FORTUNATELY), it causes them lots of problems.


11) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.

There are people who want to keep the cute exotic animal as a pet which may put the koala in a really ___ (DANGER) situation.


12) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.

The problem is that the koala’s diet is very specific. To stay ___ (HEALTH) they should only eat eucalyptus leaves.


13) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.

The leaves need to be young and fresh, which means a person who keeps a koala should also have a lot of eucalyptus trees. Andrew Page, a ___ (SCIENCE) who has been studying koalas for years, says that it’s a bad idea to keep this animal as a pet.


14) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.

According to him, people who try to do it usually have very little ___ (INFORM) about koalas’ lifestyle.


15) Преобразуйте слово, написанное заглавными буквами, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста.

And their ignorance can often cost the ___ (BEAUTY) animal its life.

ОГЭ 2018 Английский язык ПЧ Раздел 1 (аудирование) Задание 1

Вы два раза услышите четыре коротких диалога, обозначенных буквами A, B, C, D. Установите соответствие между диалогами и местами, где они происходят: к каждому диалогу подберите соответствующее место действия. Используйте каждое место действия из списка 1-5 только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее место действия. (На экзамене у Вас будет 20 секунд, чтобы ознакомиться с заданием)

Текст для аудирования.

A — In a shop

B — In a hotel

C — In a park

D — At a party

Готовимся к ОГЭ

Шпаргалка «Вопросы — ответы»

Устная часть КИМ ОГЭ по английскому языку включает в себя 3 задания.

В задании 2 предлагается принять участие в условном диалоге-расспросе: ответить на шесть услышанных в аудиозаписи вопросов телефонного опроса. Учащиеся должны ответить на вопрос полным предложением. На ответ даётся 40 секунд. За каждый правильный ответ ученик получает один балл.

Предложенный материал составлен на основе открытого банка данных ФИПИ, вопросы и ответы разбиты на группы по шесть.

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1. How many lessons do you usually have?

— I usually have six lessons a day, but on Saturdays I have only four lessons.

2. What subject do you find the most difficult?

— The most difficult subject for me is Math.

3. What is your favourite week day? Why do you like it?

— My favourite day of the week is Sunday because I don’t have to wake up early.

4. What sports facilities do you have in your school?

— There is a gym and a swimming pool in my school.

5. Do you think school uniform is necessary or not? Why do you think so?

— I think school uniform is absolutely essential because it makes students look smart.

6. What would you recommend to your friend to do to improve his English?

— I would advise him to read a lot of English books.

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1. How often do you go to the cinema?

— I usually go to the cinema twice a month.

2. What kinds of films do you like most?

— I love comedies because they make me laugh a lot.

3. Why do you think many people prefer watching films at home?

— I suppose it happens because nowadays a lot of people have advanced TV sets at home and they can watch their favourite movies with a good sound and quality without leaving home.

4. What do you like to do in your free time?

— I enjoy watching TV, going for a walk with my friends or just reading an interesting book in my free time.

5. How can films in English help students improve their English?

— While watching English films students get to know a lot of new words and fixed expressions.

6. What film would you recommend to your friend to see and why?

— I would advise my friend to see the comedy “Home alone” because it is easy to watch and makes people laugh a lot.

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1. What kinds of books do you like to read?

— I enjoy reading science fiction stories.

2. Who is your favourite writer?

— My favourite author is Herbert George Wells.

3. How often do you borrow books from the library?

— I seldom go to the library I download books from the Internet.

4. Why do you think teenagers are reading less and less now?

— I believe it happens because there are a lot of types of entertainment nowadays which are much more exciting than reading.

5. How can reading English books help students to improve their English?

— While reading students expand their vocabulary.

6. What book would you recommend to your friend who wants to read something for pleasure? Why?

— I would recommend to my friend to read one of the books of Harry Potter because it is easy and interesting to read.

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1. Who usually does the shopping in your family?

— My mother usually does the shopping in our family.

2. What can you buy in the nearest shopping centre?

— I can buy almost everything which I need for everyday life from a toothbrush to food products.

3. How often do you usually go shopping?

— I go shopping once a week.

4. Why are shopping centres so popular nowadays?

— Because they are very convenient, you can buy a lot of things in one place and save your time.

5. Why do some people hate shopping?

— Because they feel uncomfortable in crowded places.

6. What time would you recommend that busy people should go shopping?

— They should go shopping early in the morning when shops are less crowded.

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1. How much free time do you have on weekdays?

— I usually have two or three hours of free time a day.

2. How do you and your friends usually spend your free time?

— In summer we usually go swimming, go for a walk or play football. In winter we often go snowboarding.

3. Who do you prefer to spend your free time with?

— I like spending my free time with my friends.

4. What after school activities do you take part in?

— I play football for our school team and sing in our school choir.

5. Do you think everyone should find time for doing sport? Why?

— I’m sure people should do regular exercise because it helps us be healthy and fit.

6. What hobby would you do if you had more time?

— I would learn to play the guitar it’s my dream.

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1. What is your favourite season?

— My favourite season is winter because I like winter sports.

2. Where so you usually spend your summer holidays?

— My family and I usually travel abroad in the summer.

3. What do you like to do during your winter holidays?

— I love going snowboarding with my friends.

4. How often do you and your family travel?

— We usually travel somewhere once a year.

5. What type of transport do you find the most convenient and why?

— Travelling by plane is the most convenient because it is the fastest way of going somewhere and saves a lot of time.

6. What place in your country would you recommend to a foreign friend to visit and why?

— I would recommend him/her to visit lake Baikal because it is the biggest and the most amazing lakes in the world.

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1. Where would you like to live in a big city or in a country?

— I’d prefer to live in a big city.

2. What are the advantages of living in the country?

— Living in the country is peaceful and quite. Moreover, the air in the country is clean.

3. What is the main ecological problem in the place where you live?

— Air pollution is one of the biggest environmental problems in my region.

4. Do you and your friends care about ecological problems? Why?

— Yes, we are aware of ecological problems because we want to live in the clean world and breathe fresh clean air.

5. Do you ever taken part in any ecological projects at school?

— Yes, every year we clean the school ground and once a month we collect paper waste.

6. What would you recommend to a person who wants to improve an ecological problem in his/her home town?

— Fist of all I would recommend not to throw litter in the streets and try to walk as much as possible instead of using cars.

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1. How many classes do you usually have a day?

— I usually have six classes a day.

2. What sports facilities do you have in your school?

— There is a swimming pool, a gym and a stadium in my school.

3. What clubs and societies can you attend in your school?

— We can join drama and sports clubs.

4. What school events or performances do you usually have during the school year?

— We always have a special event on the 1st of September, a concert for our teachers in October, a New Year’s party in December.

5. Do you enjoy taking part in these school events? Why?

— I like taking part in the school performances because I like being in public eyes.

6. What event would you recommend to organize in your school and why?

— I would recommend to organize a charity concert to help those in need.

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1. How many lessons of PE do you have a week?

— We have three lessons of PE a week.

2. What sports facilities do you have in your school?

— There is a swimming pool, a gym and a stadium in my school.

3. What sport do you do regularly?

— I go snowboarding in the winter and swimming in the summer.

4. What winter sports are popular with you and your friends?

— Snowboarding and skiing are popular with my friends and me.

5. Would you like to do any extreme sports? Why? Why not?

— I would like to go windsurfing because it is exciting and challenging.

6. What would you recommend to a teenager who wants to be healthy and fit?

— I would recommend him or her to do regular exercise.

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1. When do you get up on week days?

— I usually get up at 7 o’clock.

2. What do you prefer to eat for breakfast in the morning?

— I prefer eggs and a glass of milk for breakfast.

3. How long does it take you to get to school?

— It usually takes me 15 minutes to get to school.

4. What is your favourite part of the day: morning, afternoon or evening? Why do you like it?

— My favourite part is evening because it’s when I have some time for myself and can relax.

5. What do you do to help your parents about the house?

— I tidy my room, do the washing up and throw away the rubbish.

6. What would you recommend to a teenager who is often late for school?

— I would recommend him or her to go to bed and get up earlier.

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1. How old are you?

— I’m fifteen years old.

2. When did you get your first mobile phone?

— I got my first mobile when I started school.

3. What do you usually use your mobile phone for?

— I use it to call my relatives and friends and to play games.

4. How do you feel when you forget your mobile phone at home?

— I sometimes feel uncomfortable because I’m afraid missing an important call.

5. Do you think it’s right that mobile phones are not allowed in some schools?

— I think it’s definitely right because it distracts from studying.

6. In what places would you recommend to people to switch off or turn down their phones?

— I think people should turn off or down their mobiles in any public places.

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1. How old are you?

— I’m fifteen years old.

2. How much time do you spend on the internet every day?

— I usually spend two hours a day surfing the Net.

3. What do you use the internet for?

— I use the internet to chat with my friends, to search information and to play games.

4. What do you do in IT lessons?

— We learn to use computers for different purposes.

5. Why are computer skills useful for everyone?

— Because computer skills are absolutely essential for any job today.

6. What would you recommend to a person who spends too much time on the internet?

— I would recommend him or her to take a break every two hours for 10 or 15 minutes.

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1. What is your favourite school subject?

— My favourite subject is English.

2. When did you start learning English?

— I start learning English when I was 7 years old.

3. What do you do in your English lessons?

— We do different exercises, listen to people talking English and write project.

4. Do you find learning English easy or difficult? Why?

— I find it difficult because it differs a lot from my native language.

5. What other foreign languages would you like to learn? Why?

— I’d like to learn Chinese because it can be useful for my future job.

6. What would you recommend to a person to do to improve his/her English?

— I’d recommend to study hard and to practice as much as possible.

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1. What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

— I like meeting my friends and doing different activities together.

2. How often do you go to the cinema or to the theatre?

— To be honest I seldom go to the theatre once or twice a year.

3. How much time do you usually watch TV every day?

— I spend one or two hours watching TV.

4. What TV programmes are popular in your family?

— We always watch the evening news on channel one.

5. Do you prefer TV or the Internet? Why?

— I prefer the Internet because it’s more convenient as I don’t depend on the TV timetable and I can watch what I want at any time.

6. What TV programme would you recommend to your friend to watch?

— I’d recommend to watch Who wants to be a millionaire? because he or she can get to know a lot of interesting facts.

15

1. How long have you been living in your city, town or village?

— I have been living is Irkutsk for eight years.

2. What is the place where you live famous for?

— It is famous for its wooden building.

3. When was your city, town or village founded?

— It was founded 355 years ago.

4. What season is the best for visiting your town, city or village and why?

— Summer is the best time for visiting my town because it’s especially beautiful at this time with a lot of plants and flowers everywhere.

5. What is your favourite place in your city, town or village? Why do you like it?

— My favourite place is the embankment of the Angara River because it’s nice and there are a lot of street cafes and benches to relax breathing fresh air.

6. What place in your home town would you recommend visiting?

— I would recommend the place which is called 130th Square where one can admire the town’s wooden architecture.

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1. What foreign languages can you learn at your school?

— I can learn only English.

2. How many English lessons a week do you have?

— We have three lessons a week.

3. For what reasons do people learn foreign languages nowadays?

— Because foreign languages can give more opportunities to get good and well-paid job.

4. What is the most effective way to learn a foreign language in your opinion?

— The most effective way to learn a foreign language is to go to native speaking country.

5. Do you think English will be useful for you in the future?

— I’m sure it will be useful because I want to be a translator.

6. What languages would you recommend to your English speaking friend to learn? Why?

— I would recommend to him or her to learn Chinese because it is very popular today.

17

1. What time do you usually go to bed in the evening?

— I usually go to bed at 11 o’clock.

2. How much time do you spend doing your homework?

— I usually spend three hours doing my homework.

3. What sport do you do regularly?

— In the winter I go snowboarding in the summer I go swimming.

4. What do you do to help your parents about the house?

— I tidy my room and do the washing-up.

5. How do you spend your weekends?

— I go for a walk, read books, watch TV.

6. What would you like to change in your daily routine?

— I would like to get up not so early.

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1. What grade are you in?

— I’m in the 9th grade.

2. How many classes a day do you usually have?

— I usually have six lessons a day.

3. What sports facilities are there in your school?

— There is a swimming pool, a gym and a stadium.

4. What is your school uniform like?

— It is blue. Boys wear trousers, a waistcoat and a light shirt, girls wear a skirt, a waistcoat and a light blouse.

5. What school events do you have during the school year?

— We always have a special event on the 1st of September, a concert for our teachers in October, a New Year’s party in December.

6. What would you like to improve in your school?

— I would like to improve the school canteen’s menu.

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1. How old are you?

— I’m fifteen years old.

2. How many times a week do you do sport?

— I do sport every day.

3. What sport is the most popular with teenagers in your region?

— The most popular sports are snowboarding and skiing.

4. What sports facilities are available in the place where you live?

— There is a modern gym with a swimming pool close to my house.

5. Why do you think it is important to keep fit?

— Because it helps us be healthy and strong.

6. What would you advise to a person who wants to keep fit?

— I’d advise him or her to join a gym.

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Установите соответствие тем 1 — 8 текстам A — G. Занесите свои ответы в соответствующее поле справа. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании одна тема лишняя.

1. То take from home

2. Evening drinks

3. Food for relaxation

4. Skipping the meal

5. Foreign cuisine

6. Unusual meals

7. Traditional morning meal

8. Take it ready to eat

A. If you go to a hotel in Britain and ask for a typical English breakfast, you will probably get bacon and eggs, sausage, mushrooms, baked beans, tea and toast. When porridge juice are offered as well, the meal is sometimes advertised as a «full Engilsh breakfast». Many years ago people couldn’t imagine their breakfast without a bowl of cerea or usual bacon and eggs.

B. But how many people in England actually eat an English breakfast? Only one person in ten. One in five people say all they have for breakfast is a cup of coffee, and many children go to school without eating anything. That is happening because people lack time. They are always in a hurry and prefer to choose something light and ready-made, especially in the morning.

C. If in Britain you stay with a family, you will almost certainly be given a «packed lunch» to eat for your midday meal. Some factories and schools have canteens where a packed lunch is the most common thing to eat. A packed lunch usually consists of some sandwiches, a packet of crisps, an apple, and a can of something to drink, for example, Coca-Cola. The quality of the packed lunch can vary.

D. Fish and chips is the classic English takeaway food. It is usually bought ready cooked at special shops — fish and chip shops, or «chippies» as they are sometimes called. This takeaway food is wrapped in paper to be eaten at home or outside. If you go to a fish and chip shop, you’ll be asked if you want salt and vinegar to be sprinkled over your chips. Be careful because sometimes they give you too much.

E. If you have trouble getting off to sleep, don’t panic. There are plenty of healthy, low fat alternatives to pills to help you nod off. Why not try a glass of warm skimmed milk, or even a cup of camomile tea? These natural and low-fat drinks will help you to get asleep. They can also relax you after a difficult day.

F. Every British town has Indian or Chinese restaurants. There are more Chinese takeaways than there are fish and chips shops in the UK. But most people are eating curry Curry is now Britain’s most popular meal because the majority of British people like spicy food. But British people like food from other countries, too. They say it allows them to understand other cultures better.

G. Eating carbohydrate-rich foods like bread, cereal, rice and pasta causes the production of serotonin, which makes us feel calm. Fruit and vegetables also set off the production of this chemical. Milk and cheese are also useful. The next time you feel stressed, try a little piece of bread and a glass of milk and you’ll feel better in no time.

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Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A-F частями предложений, обозначенными цифрами 1-7. Одна из частей в списке лишняя.

1. depending on the survey and the time of year

2. rotating disk with holes arranged in a spiral pattern

3. could be measured in the thousands

4. could capture moving images

5. funding a number of research programmes

6. transmitting images 16 years before

7. had lived in a house without electricity

Television

Few inventions have had as much effect on contemporary society, especially American society, as television. Before 1947 the number of U.S. homes with television sets A ______ . By the late 1990s, 98 percent of U.S. homes had at least one television set, and those sets were on for an average of more than seven hours a day. The typical American spends (B ______ ) from two-and-a-half to almost five hours a day watching television.

The invention of TV is not credited to one single person. Vladimir Zworykin and Philo Farnsworth both played instrumental roles. Electronic television was first successfully demonstrated in San Francisco on Sept. 7, 1927. The system was designed by Philo Taylor Farnsworth, a 21-year-old inventor who C ______ until he was 14. While still in high school, Farnsworth had begun to think of a system that D ______ in a form that could be coded onto radio waves and then transformed back into a picture on a screen. Boris Rosing and Vladimir Zvorykin in Russia had conducted some experiments in E ______ Farnsworth’s first success.

Also, a mechanical television system, which scanned images using a F ______ , had been demonstrated by John Logic Baird in England and Charles Francis Jenkins in the United States earlier in the 1920s. However, Farnsworth’s invention and Vladimir Zvorykin’s electronic TV system are the direct ancestors of modern television.

Прочитайте текст и выполните задания 12—18, обводя цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую номеру выбранного вами варианта ответа.

Lesson in humility

I was nine when this started. That was in 1964, the year my mother left us. Chess led me to Horatio — chess and my father and my absent mother and the fact that on that day, I broke the rule about not showing what you feel. My form-master of that year at the private day-school I went to was a chess enthusiast. He explained the rules to us, he encouraged us to play. He was kind to me and I admired him, more than admired: I wanted to be where he was. I suppose I was more than usually responsive to kindness just at that time. To please him I tried hard to be good at chess and I discovered that I was good. I had a natural talent, the master said.

I joined the school chess club. I took part in tournaments and distinguished myself. Shining at few things, for a brief season I shone at chess. I studied the game, I read the accounts of historic encounters, the ploys of long-dead masters, and I played them out alone. I would set out the pieces at random, then sweep them off and try to replace them from memory. At night, I would picture the chess board, go through the moves of some legendary end-game and find consolation.

A colleague of my father was there one Sunday afternoon — my father was a senior official at the Treasury. «Your father tells me you are quite a chess-player.” On his reddish face an indulgent look. «At least by his own report,” my father said with a sarcastic smile. He seemed to suggest I had boasted. Perhaps I had. “Not up to your level, Henry, not yet.» Henry, Harry, Humphrey. A chessplayer ot note. Fancy a game, young man?

We played and I won. He still had half his pieces on the board when l checkmated him. I leasure in victory, expectation of praise — face and voice were not yet practiced enough, I suppose I showed my feelings too clearly. My father looked at me, but uttered no word. He went out, came back with a book from his study, brought it over for me to see. “Look here,” he said, the colleague meanwhile looking on. “Look at these people here.”

He had opened the book roughly in the middle. There were two faces, one on either side: William Pitt the Younger and Horatio Nelson. Neither name meant anything to me at the time. Later, ot course, I knew them tor close contemporaries -Horatio was a year older and died three months earlier.

“Take a good look,” my father said. “These two men saved our country, they had reason to be pleased with themselves.”

He meant it for my benefit or so I like to think. He did not want me to be jubilant in victory, to overrate small achievements. He wanted to inspire me with worthy ambitions. But in his mannei and tone I sensed displeasure; he was not pleased at my success, it had disturbed his sense of the natural order.

My interest in chess did not long survive that day, the lesson in humility proved the death-blow to it. I continued to play during what was left of the term, but my heart was not in it, I lost the appetite for victory, my game fell off. In the autumn, Monty and I were sent away to boarding school and I never played chess again.

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The narrator started playing chess because of the encouragement from …

1. his father.

2. his mother.

3. his teacher.

4. Horatio.

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In paragraph 2 the words “shining at few things” mean that the boy …

1. did not have many achievements.

2. won a few tournaments.

3. perfected his chess skills.

4. devoted himself to many activities.

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The father spoke about his son’s chess talent …

1. enthusiastically.

2. boastfully.

3. happily.

4. ironically.

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The father was displeased with his son because …

1. his colleague was hurt by the defeat.

2. the boy couldn’t hide his pleasure.

3. he had hoped for his loss.

4. the boy broke the rules of the game.

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16

What did the boy think about William Pitt and Horatio Nelson?

1. They were models for the boy.

2. He didn’t want to be like them.

3. He knew nothing about them at the time.

4. He liked William Pitt but disposed Horatio Nelson.

17

17

The father’s words were meant to …

1. teach his son some history.

2. show his son how wrong he was.

3. show his son how to celebrate a victory.

4. teach his son to evaluate one’s achievements.

18

18

The boy stopped playing chess because …

1. he had to leave his school.

2. he lost interest.

3. his father wouldn’t let him play.

4. he had started losing games.

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1. Easy to cook

2. A healthy alternative

3. Coffee shop brownie

4. What the dish is like

5. Serving ideas

6. Created by chance

7. Health risks

8. National dessert

A. Warm, freshly baked chocolate brownies are an American invention. Brownies are flat, and baked in a square or bar shape. They are neither cakes nor cookies, but somewhere in between. They can be eaten by hand if the brownies are dry

and small. Or you can use a fork if your brownie is thick and moist. Anyway, there is no special etiquette, so there’s no need to care about your table manners!

B. Mystery and intrigue surround the birth of brownies. It is hard to reconstruct their true story as there are different legends about the creation of the famous dessert. Some people say that once a chef added melted chocolate to the biscuit dough by mistake. Others believe that a housewife just improvised to make a new dish. However, all these tales may be very far from the truth.

C. We all agree that brownies are yummy. And you do not have to be a professional cook to make them. All you need to do is to mix all the ingredients, pour the mixture into a pan and bake it for about half an hour. If you prefer softer brownies, cook for twenty minutes. Now, take them out of the oven and let them cool until slightly warm. Cut into squares. Enjoy the brownies with your tea, milk, or coffee!

D. Brownies look harmless, but they are not. They are high in calories, fat and sugar, and can have a negative impact on your overall health if you eat brownies on a regular basis. Eating too many of them may lead to putting on weight and cause your sugar level to rise. This may result in diabetes. Besides, too much sugar can also increase the chance of developing heart disease. Take care!

E. A regular brownie should be a special treat and not an everyday meal. The easiest way to avoid the brownies’ harmful aspects is to redesign the recipe and use other ingredients. It is recommended to replace some or all of the oil in a

traditional recipe with puréed fruit, such as bananas, apples or prunes, and reduce the amount of sugar and salt. Nuts or seeds can be added.

F. Brownies are probably the best-known American dessert. They’re like puddings for the British and tiramisu for the Italians. Brownies represent a truly American experience. We say ‘as American as apple pie’, but some people think the saying should be ‘as American as a brownie’. And, each year on December 8, brownie lovers across the nation celebrate Brownie Day.

G. Traditional rich, dark, chocolaty brownies are loved by everyone. If you want to surprise your guests use some ingredients to decorate the finished product with style. Whipped cream, fruit and nuts work really well. A scoop of ice cream and some warm chocolate sauce also make your brownies irresistible. Then, take a fresh mint leaf and add it to your plate. This final touch adds style and flavour.

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