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егэ ЕГЭ 2018    Психологические тесты Интересные тесты   Изменения 2018 Изменения 2018
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Chemistry or no chemistry

I was planning a career in biology but was not looking forward to taking chemistry in my first year at Carleton University in Ottawa. However, the professor of chemistry was a famous _______SCIENCE___________.

He made the course interesting with his many small ________CHEMISTRY__________ explosions and crazy quizzes.

Once, he posed the question: “What in the world isn't chemistry?” and offered a prize to the student who answered ________CORRECT__________.

A couple of weeks passed. ________FINAL__________, he announced in class that the contest was over. A student had gone to his office to ask if she could try her hand at the question. “What in the world isn't chemistry?” she asked.

“My _______RELATION___________ with my last boyfriend – that wasn't chemistry.”

By default, she became the ________WIN__________.

Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами, так чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы В11–В16. Впишите слова в поле ответа.

He made the course interesting with his many small __________________ explosions and crazy quizzes.

CHEMISTRY



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Chemistry or no chemistry

I was planning a career in biology but was not looking forward to taking chemistry in my first year at Carleton University in Ottawa. However, the professor of chemistry was a famous _______SCIENCE___________.

He made the course interesting with his many small ________CHEMISTRY__________ explosions and crazy quizzes.

Once, he posed the question: “What in the world isn't chemistry?” and offered a prize to the student who answered ________CORRECT__________.

A couple of weeks passed. ________FINAL__________, he announced in class that the contest was over. A student had gone to his office to ask if she could try her hand at the question. “What in the world isn't chemistry?” she asked.

“My _______RELATION___________ with my last boyfriend – that wasn't chemistry.”

By default, she became the ________WIN__________.

Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами, так чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы В11–В16. Впишите слова в поле ответа.

Once, he posed the question: “What in the world isn't chemistry?” and offered a prize to the student who answered __________________.

CORRECT

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Chemistry or no chemistry

 

I was planning a career in biology but was not looking forward to taking chemistry in my first year at Carleton University in Ottawa. However, the professor of chemistry was a famous _______SCIENCE___________.

He made the course interesting with his many small ________CHEMISTRY__________ explosions and crazy quizzes.

Once, he posed the question: “What in the world isn't chemistry?” and offered a prize to the student who answered ________CORRECT__________.

A couple of weeks passed. ________FINAL__________, he announced in class that the contest was over. A student had gone to his office to ask if she could try her hand at the question. “What in the world isn't chemistry?” she asked.

“My _______RELATION___________ with my last boyfriend – that wasn't chemistry.”

By default, she became the ________WIN__________.

 

Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами, так чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы В11–В16. Впишите слова в поле ответа.

A couple of weeks passed. __________________, he announced in class that the contest was over. A student had gone to his office to ask if she could try her hand at the question. “What in the world isn't chemistry?” she asked.

FINAL



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Chemistry or no chemistry

 

I was planning a career in biology but was not looking forward to taking chemistry in my first year at Carleton University in Ottawa. However, the professor of chemistry was a famous _______SCIENCE___________.

He made the course interesting with his many small ________CHEMISTRY__________ explosions and crazy quizzes.

Once, he posed the question: “What in the world isn't chemistry?” and offered a prize to the student who answered ________CORRECT__________.

A couple of weeks passed. ________FINAL__________, he announced in class that the contest was over. A student had gone to his office to ask if she could try her hand at the question. “What in the world isn't chemistry?” she asked.

“My _______RELATION___________ with my last boyfriend – that wasn't chemistry.”

By default, she became the ________WIN__________.

 

Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами, так чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы В11–В16. Впишите слова в поле ответа.

“My __________________ with my last boyfriend – that wasn't chemistry.”

RELATION

 


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Chemistry or no chemistry

 

I was planning a career in biology but was not looking forward to taking chemistry in my first year at Carleton University in Ottawa. However, the professor of chemistry was a famous _______SCIENCE___________.

He made the course interesting with his many small ________CHEMISTRY__________ explosions and crazy quizzes.

Once, he posed the question: “What in the world isn't chemistry?” and offered a prize to the student who answered ________CORRECT__________.

A couple of weeks passed. ________FINAL__________, he announced in class that the contest was over. A student had gone to his office to ask if she could try her hand at the question. “What in the world isn't chemistry?” she asked.

“My _______RELATION___________ with my last boyfriend – that wasn't chemistry.”

By default, she became the ________WIN__________.

 

Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами, так чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы В11–В16. Впишите слова в поле ответа.

By default, she became the __________________.

 

WIN

 


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William and Philippa

William and Philippa were students. Some people, it is said, fall in love at first A22 ______, but that was not what happened to them. They hated each other from the moment they met. This mutual hatred began at the first tutorial of their freshman term. Both had A23 ______ with major scholarships to read English language and literature. Each had been reliably assured by their schoolteachers that they would be the star pupil of their year. A24 ______ students had such prospects.

Their tutor, Simon Jakes of New College, was amused by the competition that so quickly developed between his two brightest pupils. He skillfully used their hatred to bring out the best in both of them. He never A25 ______ it. By the end of their first year, they were far ahead of other students.

In their second year, they became even more hostile. When they were both awarded A-plus for their essays on Shakespeare, it didn’t help. Simon Jakes told his colleagues that he had never had a brighter pair up in the same year. They taught each other most of the time and he A26 ______ acted as a referee. It A27 ______ as no surprise to anyone that, as the examiners felt unable on this occasion to award the prize to just one person, they A28 ______ decided that it should be shared by William and Philippa.

 

 

    1) 

look

    2) 

glimpse

    3) 

sight

    4) 

view


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William and Philippa

William and Philippa were students. Some people, it is said, fall in love at first A22 ______, but that was not what happened to them. They hated each other from the moment they met. This mutual hatred began at the first tutorial of their freshman term. Both had A23 ______ with major scholarships to read English language and literature. Each had been reliably assured by their schoolteachers that they would be the star pupil of their year. A24 ______ students had such prospects.

Their tutor, Simon Jakes of New College, was amused by the competition that so quickly developed between his two brightest pupils. He skillfully used their hatred to bring out the best in both of them. He never A25 ______ it. By the end of their first year, they were far ahead of other students.

In their second year, they became even more hostile. When they were both awarded A-plus for their essays on Shakespeare, it didn’t help. Simon Jakes told his colleagues that he had never had a brighter pair up in the same year. They taught each other most of the time and he A26 ______ acted as a referee. It A27 ______ as no surprise to anyone that, as the examiners felt unable on this occasion to award the prize to just one person, they A28 ______ decided that it should be shared by William and Philippa.

 

 

    1) 

achieved

    2) 

arrived

    3) 

reached

    4) 

completed


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William and Philippa

William and Philippa were students. Some people, it is said, fall in love at first A22 ______, but that was not what happened to them. They hated each other from the moment they met. This mutual hatred began at the first tutorial of their freshman term. Both had A23 ______ with major scholarships to read English language and literature. Each had been reliably assured by their schoolteachers that they would be the star pupil of their year. A24 ______ students had such prospects.

Their tutor, Simon Jakes of New College, was amused by the competition that so quickly developed between his two brightest pupils. He skillfully used their hatred to bring out the best in both of them. He never A25 ______ it. By the end of their first year, they were far ahead of other students.

In their second year, they became even more hostile. When they were both awarded A-plus for their essays on Shakespeare, it didn’t help. Simon Jakes told his colleagues that he had never had a brighter pair up in the same year. They taught each other most of the time and he A26 ______ acted as a referee. It A27 ______ as no surprise to anyone that, as the examiners felt unable on this occasion to award the prize to just one person, they A28 ______ decided that it should be shared by William and Philippa.

 

 

    1) 

Many

    2) 

Much

    3) 

Little

    4) 

Few


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William and Philippa

William and Philippa were students. Some people, it is said, fall in love at first A22 ______, but that was not what happened to them. They hated each other from the moment they met. This mutual hatred began at the first tutorial of their freshman term. Both had A23 ______ with major scholarships to read English language and literature. Each had been reliably assured by their schoolteachers that they would be the star pupil of their year. A24 ______ students had such prospects.

Their tutor, Simon Jakes of New College, was amused by the competition that so quickly developed between his two brightest pupils. He skillfully used their hatred to bring out the best in both of them. He never A25 ______ it. By the end of their first year, they were far ahead of other students.

In their second year, they became even more hostile. When they were both awarded A-plus for their essays on Shakespeare, it didn’t help. Simon Jakes told his colleagues that he had never had a brighter pair up in the same year. They taught each other most of the time and he A26 ______ acted as a referee. It A27 ______ as no surprise to anyone that, as the examiners felt unable on this occasion to award the prize to just one person, they A28 ______ decided that it should be shared by William and Philippa.

 

 

    1) 

dissatisfied

    2) 

disappointed

    3) 

regretted

    4) 

apologized


Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами А22–А28. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям A22–A28, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов. Укажите номер выбранного Вами варианта ответа.

William and Philippa

William and Philippa were students. Some people, it is said, fall in love at first A22 ______, but that was not what happened to them. They hated each other from the moment they met. This mutual hatred began at the first tutorial of their freshman term. Both had A23 ______ with major scholarships to read English language and literature. Each had been reliably assured by their schoolteachers that they would be the star pupil of their year. A24 ______ students had such prospects.

Their tutor, Simon Jakes of New College, was amused by the competition that so quickly developed between his two brightest pupils. He skillfully used their hatred to bring out the best in both of them. He never A25 ______ it. By the end of their first year, they were far ahead of other students.

In their second year, they became even more hostile. When they were both awarded A-plus for their essays on Shakespeare, it didn’t help. Simon Jakes told his colleagues that he had never had a brighter pair up in the same year. They taught each other most of the time and he A26 ______ acted as a referee. It A27 ______ as no surprise to anyone that, as the examiners felt unable on this occasion to award the prize to just one person, they A28 ______ decided that it should be shared by William and Philippa.

 

 

    1) 

rarely

    2) 

merely

    3) 

nearly

    4) 

hardly

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