Новый тренировочный вариант №200928 ЕГЭ 2021 по английскому языку 11 класс с ответами для подготовки к экзамену на 100 баллов от 28.09.2020 (28 сентября 2020 года), вариант составлен по новой демоверсии ФИПИ ЕГЭ 2021 года.
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Тренировочный вариант №2 состоит из четырёх разделов («Аудирование, «Чтение», «Грамматика и лексика», «Письмо»), включающих в себя 40 заданий.
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1)Anne was introduced to her class as a teacher who was
2)”Swift” look here means
3)Anne looked at Arnold with fresh interest because
- 1) he was funny and naughty
- 2) she liked his apple-cheeked face
- 3) he differed from other pupils
- 4) he was far away from what he was described
4)Miss Lacey and Miss Enderby were
- 1) good friends
- 2) colleagues
- 3) enemies
- 4) relatives
5)Anne didn’t want to shout the children down at first because
- 1) she was afraid of them
- 2) she shuddered to think that she could hurt them
- 3) she was taught to be calm with children
- 4) she was unconfident in her abilities
6)When Miss Enderby left the class, children’s behavior showed
- 1) some bewilderment
- 2) naughtiness
- 3) concern about the new teacher
- 4) fear of the new teacher
7)In the end of the story Anne’s self-esteem crept back because
- 1) children obeyed her
- 2) children were refreshed by the break
- 3) there was a burst of laughter
- 4) she noticed that she meant nothing to children
8)Sanskrit is one of the oldest known Indic languages, with examples of Vedic Sanskrit dating back to approximately 1500 BCE and possibly even earlier eras which are difficult to determine because the language long before it was written.
9)The word “Sanskrit” in several different ways, as “complete,” “perfect,” or “pulled together.” The origins of this language appear to lie in vulgar dialects which were organized and codified, first into Vedic Sanskrit and later into a more modern form around 500 BCE.
10)Several Indian languages including Bengali and Hindi are descended from Sanskrit, and while the language is not widely spoken in India today, there some movements to revive spoken forms, and the influences of this language can be seen on many levels of Indian culture and across Southeast Asia.
11)The Rigveda is an ancient Sanskrit text which sacred to followers of the Hindu religion.
12)This text is part of a larger family of religious texts known collectively as the Vedas; together, the Vedas form the cornerstone of Hindu belief, the mythology of the religion, the roles of the assorted Hindu gods, and detailing various rituals which should be performed by pious Hindus.
13)The first written version appears to have emerged around 1500 BCE, with most scholars arguing that the Rigveda had been passed down orally for centuries before it.
14)The Rigveda is the oldest of the Vedas. All of the Vedas during a period in Indian history which is known as the Vedic Period. Dating of the Vedic Period varies, but it is generally defined as lasting between 1500 BCE and 184 BCE.
15)Modern Greek (demotic) has a simplified grammar and accents and the vocabulary has naturally changed over time, but the core of the language is the same
16)So a speaker of modern Greek can usually get the gist of an ancient text, although trying to translate may often lead to tragic
17)Attic or Hellenistic (“koine”) Greek texts are of course much than archaic Greek (f.e. Homer).
18)Modern Greek speakers, even if they have managed to miss learning Ancient in school, have a couple of additional resources that help with their ability to comprehend Ancient.
19)The truth is, Ancient Greek, just like Latin, and Old English, exists all over the written and spoken word.
20)And it’s encountered often enough that some in it would have been maintained even without schooling.