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Класс
Ɏамилия
Имя
Отчество
Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10201 3
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Раздел
Заданияпочтению
ɍстановитесоответствиемеждутекстами
изаголовками
Занеситесвои
ответывтаблицу
Используйтекаждуюцифру
толькоодинраз
ȼзаданииодин
заголовоклишний
The Fastest Wins
What You Need to Win the Game
Games Develop Your Brain
Can Technology Provide More Fun?
An Ancient Bloodless War Game
It's in the Name
Back to the Board
When Business is a Game
A. Go into any toy store and you can find a huge
oard game is a game
layed on a board. Usually there are playing pi
eces, dice and sometimes cards, but it is the
oard that makes it a board game. However, th
e material from which the board is made is
not important. It is even possible to draw
a board on the sand and use sticks as playing
pieces. This is why it is difficult to say when people first began playing such games.
B. The oldest board games are around 5,000 y
ears old, and were found in the Egyptian
yramids. One of them, backgammon, is still played today. You can recognise this game b
the series of 12 triangles laid out along the edges of the board. Backgammon is basically a
racing game. You try to get your checkers from on
e side of the board to the other before the
other player, while knocking off the other play
er’s checkers along the way. Such racing
games are amongst the most ancient games that have been discovered.
C. Another ancient game still played today is chess. It originated from a game played in India
and Persia called Chatura
nga that is almost 1,500 years old. In the middle ages it spread to
Europe where it was popular with the nobility, as can be seen from the beautifully carved
oards and figures. Chess is a pure strategy game where the goal is to capture the enem
king. Both, chess and backgammon are considered classic board games and are widel
played just for fun and relaxation as well as competitively at organised events.
D. In the 1930s during the Great Depression, the
game company Parker Brothers released the
game Monopoly, which was a great success and
is one of the most popular family board
games ever made. Unlike chess or backgammon, it can be played with up to 6 players. It is
basically an economic simulation where players go around the board
uying and developing
roperties in order to end the
game with the most money. The success of Monopoly led to
other games such as Clue, Risk, Life, and
Scrabble all of which are still popular today.
E. Games can be mainly about luck or strategy
or a combination of both. The element of luck
usually comes from rolling dice. Most games for small children require only luck to win. In
Snakes and Ladders, for example, players try to get to the top of the board by rolling the dice
and moving their pieces according to the number they roll. Stopping on a ladder can take
them higher automatically, but landing on a snake makes them slide down. A more serious
game like chess demands only strategy without
any element of luck. Most other games
involve a combination of both luck and strategy.
Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10201 4
СтатГрад
2014–2015
F. There was a time in recent history that many
children have begun to play board games less
often due to the popularity of video games. In
fact, many board games were converted into
video games and almost all cl
assic and not so classic games can be played against the
computer or against online opponents. However,
r really replace the
fun of sitting around the table with friends or
family, so board games have become popula
once again.
G. In fact there has been a sort of renaissanc
e or rebirth of board games. A new generation o

Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10201 5
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Прочитайтетекстизаполнитепропуски
частямипредложений
обозначенными
Однаизчастейвсписке
лишняя
Занеситецифру
обозначающую
соответствующуючастьпредложения
втаблицу
Voyages of Discovery
At the start of the 15
century, European knowledge of the world was surprisingly limited.
Sailors used world maps based on the carto
graphy of Ptolemy, a Greek geographer
Europe, Mediterranean and western Asia were reasonably well mapped, but Africa was
vague in shape

Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10201 6
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Раздел
Заданияпограмматикеилексике
Прочитайтеприведɺнныйнижетекст
Образуйтеотслов
напечатанныхзаглавными
буквамивконцестрок
обозначенных
номерами
однокоренныесловатак
чтобыони
грамматическиилексическисоответствовалисодержаниютекста
Заполнитепропуски
полученнымисловами
Каждыйпропусксоответствуето
тдельномузаданиюизгруппы
Libraries in the Age of Technology
Today, when digital book readers are becoming more and more popular
and downloading a book takes only s
econds, people often wonder about
the future of libraries. Some people think it's completely
Others, on the other hand, are more __________________ about it.
OPTIMIST
They believe that even though the role and function of libraries may
change, the library itself will remain a __________________ entity for
the communities where they exist.
POWER
Libraries have been around in various forms for __________________
4,000 years and they know how to adapt to the changing world around
them.
NEAR
In fact, there are very few people who really __________________
libraries. Some argue about the necessi
ty to spend government money on
them, but not many believe they should all be closed.
LIKE
So, even though the days of __________________ books may be
numbered, libraries are here to stay.
TRADITION
Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Прочитайтетекстспропусками
обозначенныминомерами
Этиномера
соответствуютзаданиям
вкоторыхпредставленывозможныевариантыответов
Запишитеномервыбранногоȼамивариантаответа
The Warehouse
ath
r turn
d from ov
rcast to plain awful as d
ctiv
Bob Stubbs strod
off th
main
t and into on
many smaller alleys that spread like a spider web through this part of town.
As he pulled his collar up and fastened the re
maining buttons on his overcoat, the rain, which
______ finally fell in large, cold drops. He s
huddered as he stepped over a rapidly forming
puddle and pressed as close as he could to the ta
ll brick buildings which seemed to look down upon
him with interest.
______ the shadowy corner, Bob bent down ever so slightly and went towards an
innocent-looking metallic containe
r. He paused to catch his
______ and observe the warehouse
coming from within.
His breathing became heavier as a ‘clank-cl
But what were they
______ to? As Bob continued to observe from his hiding place the
2) planned3) threatened 4) risked
Ответ
1) turned 2) wrapped3) circled
4) around
Ответ
2) breathing3) heartbeat4) breath
Ответ
over2) across3) opposite4) through
Ответ
1) sour
2) sad
3) bad
4) bitter
Ответ
2) on
Ответ
2) out
3) away
Ответ
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Ɍематическаядиагностическаяработа
поподготовкекЕГЭ
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потеме
ɑтение
Грамматикаилексика
Письмо
декабря
года
10-11
ȼариантАЯ
10202
(90
Район
населɺнныйпункт
Класс
Ɏамилия
Имя
Отчество
Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10202 2
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Инструкцияповыполнениюработы
Общеевремяпроведенияработы
минут
включаяинструктаж
раздачувариантов
Диагностическаяработапоанглийскомуязыкусостоитизтрɺхразделов
включающих
заданий
Раздел
заданияпочтению
содержит
заданиянаустановлениесоответствия
Раздел
заданияпограмматикеилексике
содержит
заданийскраткимответоми
заданийсвыборомодногоправильногоответаизчетырɺхпредложенных
Привыполнении
заданийскраткимответомȼыдолжнысамостоятельнозаписатьответвсоотв
етствующем
местеработы
Рекомендуемоевремянавыполнениетрɺхпервыхразделов
минут
Раздел
заданиепосозданиюличногописьма
представляетсобойнебольшую
письменнуюработу
Рекомендуемоевремянавыполнениеэтогоразделаработы
минут
Ответыкзаданиям
1–19
запишитевработевотведɺнномдляэтогоместе
ȼслучае
записиневерногоответазачеркнитеегоизапишитерядомновый
Задание
накотороеследуетдатьразвɺрнутыйответ
выполняйтенаотдельном
Рекомендуетсявыполнятьзаданиявтомпорядке
вкоторомониданы
Желаемуспеха
Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10202 3
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Раздел
Заданияпочтению
ɍстановитесоответствиемеждутекстами
изаголовками
Занеситесвои
ответывтаблицу
Используйтекаждуюцифру
толькоодинраз
ȼзаданииодин
заголовоклишний
The Fastest Wins
What You Need to Win the Game
Games Develop Your Brain
Can Technology Provide More Fun?
An Ancient Bloodless War Game
It's in the Name
Back to the Board
When Business is a Game
Go into any toy store and you can find a huge va
layed on a board. Usually there are playing pi
eces, dice and sometimes cards, but it is the
oard that makes it a board game. However, th
e material from which the board is made is
not important. It is even possible to draw
a board on the sand and use sticks as playing
pieces. This is why it is difficult to say when people first began playing such games.
The oldest board games are around 5,000 year
s old, and were found in the Egyptian
pyramids. One of them, backgammon, is still played today. You can recognise this game b
the series of 12 triangles laid out along th
e edges of the board. Backgammon is basically a
racing game. You try to get your checkers from on
e side of the board to the other before the
other player, while knocking off the other play
er’s checkers along the way. Such racing
games are amongst the most ancient games that have been discovered.
Another ancient game still played today is chess. It originated from a game played in India
and Persia called Chatura
nga that is almost 1,500 years old. In the middle ages it spread to
Europe where it was popular with the nobility, as can be seen from the beautifully carved
oards and figures. Chess is a pure strategy game where the goal is to capture the enem
king. Both, chess and backgammon are considered classic board games and are widel
played just for fun and relaxation as well as competitively at organised events.
In the 1930s during the Great Depression, the ga
me company Parker Brothers released the
game Monopoly, which was a great success and
is one of the most popular family board
games ever made. Unlike chess or backgammon, it can be played with up to 6 players. It is
asically an economic simulation where player
s go around the board buying and developing
properties in order to end the
game with the most money. The success of Monopoly led to
other games such as Clue, Risk, Life, and
Scrabble all of which are still popular today.
Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10202 4
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Games can be mainly about luck or strategy or
a combination of both. The element of luck
usually comes from rolling dice. Most games for small children require only luck to win. In
Snakes and Ladders, for example, players try to get to the top of the board by rolling the dice
and moving their pieces according to the number they roll. Sto
ping on a ladder can take
them higher automatically, but landing on a sn
ake makes them slide down. A more serious
game like chess demands only strategy without
any element of luck. Most other games
involve a combination of both luck and strategy.
F.
There was a time in recent history that many
children have begun to play board games less
often due to the popularity of video games. In
fact, many board games were converted into
video games and almost all cl
assic and not so classic games can be played against the
computer or against online opponents. However,
r really replace the
fun of sitting around the table with friends or
family, so board games have become popula
once again.
G.
In fact there has been a sort of renaissance
or rebirth of board games. A new generation o

Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10202 5
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Прочитайтетекстизаполнитепропуски
частямипредложений
обозначенными
Однаизчастейвсписке
лишняя
Занеситецифру
обозначающую
соответствующуючастьпредложения
втаблицу
Voyages of Discovery
At the start of the 15
century, European knowledge of the world was surprisingly limited.
Sailors used world maps based on the carto
graphy of Ptolemy, a Greek geographer
Europe, Mediterranean and western Asia were reasonably well mapped, but Africa was
vague in shape

Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10202 6
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Раздел
Заданияпограмматикеилексике
Прочитайтеприведɺнныйнижетекст
Преобразуйте
еслинеобходимо
слова
напечатанныезаглавнымибуквамивконцестрок
обозначенныхномерами
чтобы
ониграмматическисоответств
овалисодержаниютекста
Заполнитепропуски
полученнымисловами
Каждыйпропусксоответствуето
тдельномузаданиюизгруппы
A Christmas Gift
The sparkling department store was th
e brightest spot in Manchester on
this misty December morning of 1939.
вконцестрок
обозначенныхномерами
7–12
однокоренныеслова
такчтобыони
грамматическиилексическисоответствовалисодержаниютекста
Заполнитепропуски
полученнымисловами
Каждыйпропусксоответствуетотдельномузаданиюизгруппы
7–12
Libraries in the Age of Technology
Today, when digital book readers are becoming more and more popular
and downloading a book takes only s
econds, people often wonder about
the future of libraries. Some people think it's completely
__________________ .HOPE
Others, on the other hand, are more __________________ about it.
OPTIMIST
They believe that even though the role and function of libraries may
change, the library itself will remain a __________________ entity for
the communities where they exist. POWER
It was for the __________________ time since his own childhood,
He was looking at it now, through th
e shop window. It wasn't in vain
“You were never __________________, but
it will be different for
little Johnny!” he said under his breath, winking at the shiny railroad.
He opened the door and went in.
Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10202 7
СтатГрад
2014–2015
Libraries have been around in various forms for __________________
4,000 years and they know how to adapt to the changing world around
them.
NEAR
In fact, there are very few people who really __________________
libraries. Some argue about the necessi
ty to spend government money on
them, but not many believe they should all be closed. LIKE
So, even though the days of __________________ books may be
numbered, libraries are here to stay.
TRADITION
Прочитайтетекстспропусками
обозначенныминомерами
Этиномера
соответствуютзаданиям
вкоторыхпредставленывозможныевариантыответов
Запишитеномервыбранногоȼамивариантаответа
The Warehouse
The weather turned from overcast to plain awful
puddle and pressed as close as he could to the ta
ll brick buildings which seemed to look down upon
him with interest.
14
______ the shadowy corner, Bob bent down ever so slightly and went towards an
16
coming from within.
His breathing became heavier as a ‘clank-cl
But what were they
18
______ to? As Bob continued to observe
from his hiding place the two men
2) planned3) threatened 4) risked
Ответ
1) turned 2) wrapped3) circled
4) around
Ответ
2) breathing3) heartbeat4) breath
Ответ
Английскийязык
. 10–11
классы
ȼариантАЯ
10202 8
СтатГрад
2014–2015
2) across
3) opposite4) through
Ответ
1) sour
2) sad
3) bad
4) bitter
Ответ
2) on
Ответ
2) out
3) away
Ответ
Раздел
Заданиепосозданиюписьменноготекста
Дляответаназадание
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n-fri
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r to Ben.
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3 questions
about his new dog
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теитпсчитаютсякакоднослово
числительныевыраженныесловамисчитаютсякакслова
сложныесловатакиекак
считаютсякакоднослово
сокращениянапример
считаютсякакоднослово
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АНГЛИЙСКОМУ
ЯЗЫКУ

ɜɪɟмя
пɪоɜɟдɟния
45
налажиɜаниɟ
зɜɭчания
аɭдиоɬɟкɫɬа
ɫоɫɬоиɬ
1 (
ɜключаɟɬ
2
2 (
ɝɪаммаɬикɟ
6
заданий
7
пɪаɜильноɝо
пɪɟдложɟнныɯ
18
запишиɬɟ
заданиям
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915
4
ɜаɪианɬа
один
заданий
ɪаɛоɬɟ



ɬɟкɫɬами
18




discovering and locating all the waterfa
lls in their country. It is not easy
door. Now, though, e-mail shopping on th
минɭɬ
) 3
) 2013
СɬаɬГɪад
Potholing is a dull name for a most in
teresting and adventurous sport. Deep
underground, on the tracks of primitive
men and strange animals who have
adapted to life without light, fi
nding unusual landscapes and undergroun
lakes, the potholer lives an exciting adve
it can be quite dangerous. Without the proper equipment you can fall, ge
injured or lost.
Substantial remains of an octagonal Ro
man bath house, probably reused as a
Christian baptistry, have been uncover
ed during a student training excavation
near Faversham in Kent. The central cold
plunge pool was fi

минɭɬ
) 4
) 2013
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ɬɟкɫɬ
чаɫɬями
17
ɫооɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭющɭю

Before the Hubble Space Telescope was la
unched, scientists thought they
The Hubble Space Telescope has change
d many scientists view of the
universe. The telescope is named afte
r American astronomer Edwin Hubble,
He established that many galaxies exis
t and developed the first system for
In many ways, Hubble is like any other te
lescope. It simply gathers light. It
is roughly the size of a large school bus.
What makes Hubble special is not what it
Hubble was launched in 1990 from the D
iscovery space shuttle and it is
минɭɬ
) 5
) 2013
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лɟкɫикɟ
ɬɟкɫɬ

однокоɪɟнныɟ
ɫлоɜа
лɟкɫичɟɫки
оɬдɟльномɭ

Going for a walk is the most popul
ar leisure activity in Britain.
Despite its high ________________
__ density and widespread,
the UK has many unspoilt ru
Twelve National Parks are freely accessible to the public and
were created to conserve
Most of the land in National Pa
rks is privately owned, but
administered by an independent
National Park Authority which
works to balance the expect
ations of __________________
with the need to conserve these open spaces for future
The UK also works to improve the global environment and has
taken global warming __________________ ever since
In 1997, the UK subscribed to the Kyoto Protocol binding
developed countries to reduce
emissions of the six main
greenhouse gases. The Protoco
l declares environmental
Nowadays British __
king part in one
of the largest international project
s that is undertaken to protect
минɭɬ
) 6
) 2013
СɬаɬГɪад

Tracy was as excited as a child about
her first trip abroad. Early in the
morning, she stopped at a
______ agency and reserved a suite on the Signal Deck
crowded with photographers
and television reporters, and for a moment Tracy was
panic stricken. Then she rea
lized they were interviewing
the two men posturing at
the foot of the gangplank. The members of
the crew were helping the passengers
with their luggage. On deck, a st
to her stateroom. It was a lovely suite with
a private terrace. It ha
d been ridiculously
12
She unpacked and then wandered along th
e corridor. In almost every cabin
there were farewell parties going
on, with laughter and champagne and
conversation. She felt a sudden ache of l
oneliness. There was no one to see her
13
______, no one for her to care about, a
nd no one who cared about her. She was
15
______, and then she went exploring.



tourist
reached
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Оɬɜɟɬы
заданиям
задания
6 seriously
10 2
11 4
12 3
13 2
14 1
15 3
2 (90
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) 1
) 2013
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АНГЛИЙСКОМУ
ЯЗЫКУ
пɪоɝɪаммɟ

ɜыполнɟнию
ɜɪɟмя
пɪоɜɟдɟния
90
налажиɜаниɟ
зɜɭчания
аɭдиоɬɟкɫɬа
ɫоɫɬоиɬ
1 (
ɜключаɟɬ
2
ɫооɬɜɟɬɫɬɜия
2 (
ɜключаɟɬ
10
7
пɪаɜильноɝо

запиɫаɬь
ɬɪɟɯ
минɭɬ
3 (
пɪɟдɫɬаɜляɟɬ
ɫоɛой
нɟɛольшɭю
эɬоɝо
ɪаɛоɬы
112
запишиɬɟ
ɫлɭчаɟ
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заданиям
1319
пɪиɜодиɬɫя
4
один
заданий
ɪаɛоɬɟ
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ɫлɟдɭɟɬ
лиɫɬɟ



2 (90
минɭɬ
) 2
) 2013
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ɬɟкɫɬами
18




First computers
Risky sport
Shopping from home
Shopping in comfort
New users
A group of university students from
Brazil have been given the job o
discovering and locating all the waterfa
lls in their country. It is not easy
door. Now, though, e-mail shopping on th
2 (90
минɭɬ
) 3
) 2013
СɬаɬГɪад
Potholing is a dull name for a most in
teresting and adventurous sport. Deep
underground, on the tracks of primitive
men and strange animals who have
adapted to life without light, fi
nding unusual landscapes and undergroun
lakes, the potholer lives an exciting adve
it can be quite dangerous. Without the proper equipment you can fall, ge
injured or lost.
Substantial remains of an octagonal Ro
man bath house, probably reused as a
Christian baptistry, have been uncover
ed during a student training excavation
near Faversham in Kent. The central cold
plunge pool was fi

2 (90
минɭɬ
) 4
) 2013
СɬаɬГɪад
ɬɟкɫɬ
чаɫɬями
17
ɫооɬɜɟɬɫɬɜɭющɭю

Before the Hubble Space Telescope was la
unched, scientists thought they
The Hubble Space Telescope has change
d many scientists view of the
universe. The telescope is named afte
r American astronomer Edwin Hubble,
He established that many galaxies exis
t and developed the first system for
In many ways, Hubble is like any other te
lescope. It simply gathers light. It
is roughly the size of a large school bus.
What makes Hubble special is not what it
Hubble was launched in 1990 from the D
iscovery space shuttle and it is
2 (90
минɭɬ
) 5
) 2013
СɬаɬГɪад
Пɪɟоɛɪазɭйɬɟ
нɟоɛɯодимо
оɛозначɟнныɯ
ɬɟкɫɬа
The Great Wall of China
The Great Wall __________________
in order to protect
the country form different aggressors.
The construction of the Wall __________________ in the 6
century AD.
of China __________________ a
symbol of wisdom and bravery
of the Chinese people and a
monument to the Chinese nation
for many hundreds of years.
2 (90
минɭɬ
) 6
) 2013
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ɬɟкɫɬ
оɛозначɟнныɯ
однокоɪɟнныɟ
ɫлоɜа
лɟкɫичɟɫки
оɬдɟльномɭ

Going for a walk is the most popul
ar leisure activity in Britain.
Despite its high ________________
__ density and widespread,
the UK has many unspoilt ru
Twelve National Parks are freely accessible to the public and
were created to conserve
the __________________ beauty,
Most of the land in National Pa
rks is privately owned, but
administered by an independent
National Park Authority which
works to balance the expect
ations of __________________
with the need to conserve these open spaces for future
The UK also works to improve the global environment and has
taken global warming __________________ ever since
In 1997, the UK subscribed to the Kyoto Protocol binding
developed countries to reduce
emissions of the six main
greenhouse gases. The Protocol declares environmental
Nowadays British _________________
_ are taking part in one
of the largest international project
s that is undertaken to protect
2 (90
минɭɬ
) 7
) 2013
СɬаɬГɪад
номɟɪами

ɜаɪианɬа
Tracy was as excited as a child about
her first trip abroad. Early in the
morning, she stopped at a
13
______ agency and reserved a suite on the Signal
Deck of
crowded with photographers
and television reporters, and for a moment Tracy was
panic stricken. Then she rea
lized they were interviewing
the two men posturing at
the foot of the gangplank. The members of
the crew were helping the passengers
with their luggage. On deck, a st
to her stateroom. It was a lovely suite with
a private terrace. It ha
d been ridiculously
16
She unpacked and then wandered along th
e corridor. In almost every cabin
there were farewell parties going on
, with laughter and champagne and
conversation. She felt a sudden ache of
loneliness. There was no one to see her
17
______, no one for her to care about,
and no one who cared about her. She was
19
______, and then she went exploring.


tourist
reached
2 (90
минɭɬ
) 8
) 2013
СɬаɬГɪад
,
запиɫям
ɫдɟланным
лиɫɬɟ
экɫпɟɪɬом
ɫоɛлюдɟния

ɬɪɟɛɭɟмый
In Great Britain most young people want to become
independent from their parents as
soon as possible. Could you
parents? Are you ready to leave
your family immediately after
you finish school? Is it easy to re
nt a house or an apartment for
2 (90
минɭɬ
) 9
) 2013
СɬаɬГɪад
Оɬɜɟɬы
заданиям
задания
4 was built
6 has become
10 seriously
11 protection
12 scientists
13 3
14 2
15 4
16 3
17 2
18 1
19 3
2 (90
минɭɬ
) 10
) 2013
СɬаɬГɪад
оцɟниɜания
Ɋɟшɟниɟ
коммɭникаɬиɜной
ɜɫɟ
аɫпɟкɬы
ɭказанныɟ
ɜɫɟ
ɭказанной
цɟли
ɫоɛлюдɟны
Выɫказыɜаниɟ
ɫɪɟдɫɬɜа
ɜɟɪ
пɭнкɬɭаци
2
2
задании
или
ɫɭɬɫɬɜɭɟɬ
Выɫказыɜаниɟ
ɫɜязи
оɝɪаничɟн
Имɟюɬɫя
лɟкɫичɟɫкиɟ
ɝɪаммаɬичɟɫкиɯ
4
2 (90
минɭɬ
) 11
) 2013
СɬаɬГɪад
аɫпɟк
поɫɬɪоɟнии
ɜыɫказыɜания
жɟɫɬɜа
маɬичɟɫкиɯ
0
Ɋɟшɟниɟ
оцɟниɜаɟɬɫя
20
количɟɫɬɜɟ
Тɪɟɛɭɟмый
задании
20 100140
10%.
ɜыполнɟнном
20
мɟнɟɟ
90
заданиɟ
0
10%,
20
154
чаɫɬь
ɬɪɟɛɭɟмомɭ
Таким
пɪи
20
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140
эɬа
чаɫɬь
пɪɟдɫɬаɜлɟнной
ɜышɟɭказанным
ɬɪɟɛоɜаниям
пɪɟдлоɝи
личном
адɪɟɫ
даɬа
ɫɬяжённыɟ
кɪаɬкиɟ
can't, didn't, isn't, I'm
чиɫлиɬɟльныɟ
циɮɪами
. 1, 25, 2009, 126 204
как
чиɫлиɬɟльныɟ
циɮɪами
ɜмɟɫɬɟ
как
чиɫлиɬɟльныɟ
ɬакиɟ
как
good-looking, well-bred, English-speaking,
ɫчиɬаюɬɫя
ɫокɪащɟния
USA, e-mail, TV, CD-rom,

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