Read the text and complete tasks 1-3.

OPTION 1

Part 1

(1) “History of the Russian State” – a multi-volume work by N.M. Karamzin, which tells about the events of Russian history from ancient times to the reign of Ivan the Terrible and the Time of Troubles. (2) The work of the writer was not the first historical book in Russia, but this work, thanks to the high literary merit and scientific scrupulousness of the author, opened the history of Russia to a wide educated public. (3) <...> it was the “History of the Russian State” that most contributed to the formation of the national self-consciousness of readers.

1. Indicate the answer options that correctly convey the MAIN information contained in the text. Write down the numbers of these sentences.

1) “History of the Russian State” N.M. Karamzin was not the first historical book in Russia, but it was she who opened the history of the Fatherland to a wide educated public.

2) Multi-volume “History of the Russian State” N.M. Karamzin, although it was not the first historical book in Russia, but it was she who, thanks to a number of advantages, served as the formation of national self-consciousness.

3) The book of N.M. Karamzin’s “History of the Russian State” tells about Russian history, but at the same time it has exceptional literary merit, recognized by a wide educated public.

4) The multi-volume work of N.M. Karamzin “History of the Russian State”, distinguished by scientific scrupulousness and literary merit, although not being the first historical book in Russia.

5) The History of the Russian State, which tells about events from ancient times to the reign of Ivan the Terrible and the Time of Troubles, was not the first historical book in Russia.

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2. Choose your own adverb , which should be in place of the gap in the third (3) sentence of the text. Write down this adverb.

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3. Read the fragment of the dictionary entry, which gives the meanings of the word Dignity . Determine the meaning in which this word is used in the second (2) sentence of the text. Write down the number corresponding to this value in the given fragment of the dictionary entry.

Dignity , -a, cf.

1) Positive quality. The play has many virtues .

2) The totality of high moral qualities, as well as respect for these qualities in oneself. Drop your e. Speak with dignity. Self-esteem.

3) Cost, value of a banknote (special). A bank note worth 5,000 rubles.

4) The same as the title (in the 1st meaning) (obsolete). Grafskoe d.

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4. In one of the words below, a mistake was made in setting the stress: the letter denoting the stressed vowel was highlighted INCORRECTLY . Write out this word.

shed / (bird) / dexterity / blinds / wholesale / seal

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5. In one of the sentences below, the underlined word is WRONGLY used. Correct the lexical error by choosing a paronym for the highlighted word. Write down the chosen word.

Such was the boyar Matvey, a faithful servant of the ROYAL, a faithful friend of mankind.

Natalya looked at the movement of his hand while drawing and marveled at how he could REPRESENT different views with just the features of his pen.

The eyes and hearts of the sons of the Fatherland aspired to Aleksandrovskaya Sloboda; Warriors also went there, in droves and separately, on horseback and on foot.

Father Leonov was a Russian native nobleman, a wounded retired captain, a man of about fifty.

The marble edge of Vadimov was crowned with ARTIFICIAL laurels; ya shield him, the name of Miroslav was cut.

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6. Edit the sentence: correct the lexical error by eliminating the extra word . Write out this word.

N.M. Karamzin came up with a new initiative to organize memorials and erect monuments to prominent figures in Russian history, in particular K.M. Sukhorukov (Minin) and Prince D.M. Pozharsky on Krasnop Square.

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7. In one of the words highlighted below, a mistake is made in the formation of the form of the word. Correct the mistake and write the word correctly.

five LEMONS / new ADDRESSES / watched MORE FUN / to be with THEM / SPLASHING in the river

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8. Establish a correspondence between the sentences and the grammatical errors made in them: for each position of the first column, select the corresponding position from the second column.

GRAMMATICAL ERRORS SUGGESTIONS
A) incorrect construction of a sentence with a participial turnover 1) Upon the return of N.M. Karamzin settled in Moscow and began his career as a journalist.
B) violation in the construction of a sentence with an inconsistent application 2) “The Knight of Our Time” – an unfinished novel by N.M. Karamzin, published in 1802-1803.
B) violation of the connection between the subject and the predicate 3) The name and motives of Karamzin’s work “The Knight of Our Time” were reflected in the novel “The Hero of Our Time” by M.Yu. Lermontov.
D) incorrect use of the case form of a noun with a preposition 4) Having abandoned the Church Slavonic vocabulary and grammar, in the works of N.M. Karamzin used everyday words, and French was used as a model of grammar.
D) violation in the construction of a sentence with participial turnover 5) Timid expectation, fear and hope agitate the hearts of Novgorodians, and only Martha is firm in soul.
6) Those who do not ride post horses must stay at inns.
7) Leaving Danzig, I looked at the sea, which was blue on the right side.
8) In Moscow, N.M. Karamzin got acquainted with writers, participated in the publication of the magazine “Children’s Reading for the Heart and Mind”.
9) In addition to prose and poetry, the Moscow Journal systematically published reviews of works, critical articles and theatrical analyzes.

9. Indicate the answer options in which an unstressed alternating vowel of the root is missing in all words of one row. Write down the answer numbers.

1) R..stislav

2) comp.. tanie, vym.. kshiy, up.. fight

3) grow..wound, g..roar, float..wok

4) folded .. nils, vyr .. schu, exl .. cut

5) bl..become, busy..mother, s..rya

10. Indicate the answer options in which the same letter is missing in all the words of one row. Write down the answer numbers.

1) pr..wing, pr..kratil, pr..glorious 2) o..give, sharpen, o..set

3) over..dea, you..sk, post..impressionism 4) take, p..cut, n..weight

5) (work) be..emergency, ra..dacha, be..legal

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11. Indicate the answer options in which the same letter is missing in both words of the same row. Write down the answer numbers.

1) enamel..vyy, gutta-percha..vyy 2) long-standing.., log..ty 3) contested..vat, dance..vat

4) dog..nka, night..vka 5) runaway..ik, roofing..ik

12. Indicate the answer options in which the same letter is missing in both words of the same row. Write down the answer numbers.

1) sitting ..l, offended .. 2) unless ..nny, struggling 3) greedy ..sch, (they) cotton ..t

4) driving .. sew, roasted .. 5) glue .. in, weeding .. sew

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13. Define a sentence in which NOT is written with the word CLUTCH . Open the brackets and write out this word.

The young man (DID NOT) WANT to hold her, perhaps so that those passing by began to stop and, looking at them, grinned slyly.

The husband (NOT) SHOULD hide anything from his wife.

(NOT) LOSSING hope of conscience to the traitors, Vasily wrote to the inhabitants of neighboring cities.

Seeing that Smolensk had to be taken (NOT) BY eloquence, but by force, the King ordered to smash the walls with cannons.

They were forced to rent out their land, and for a very (NOT) BIG money.

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14. Define a sentence in which both highlighted words are spelled ONE . Open the brackets and write out these two words.

The light shone in her soul, AS (IF) awakened , but not yet recovered from the dreams that worried her (IN) DURING the night.

IN THE SAME instant, a young warrior separated from the ranks and rushed at the enemies; the enemies, (NOT) LOOKING at their great number, soon dispersed.

The Russian public, accustomed to the denouement (B) VIDEO of weddings, (B) THE FIRST in this story met with the bitter truth of life.

I go only with a pen (B) FOLLOW the fate and describe what she does (BY) HER omnipotence.

I arrived there all wet; (ON) FORCE I could find to buy two mats, WHAT (WOULD) somehow close from the rain.

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15. Indicate the number (s) in the place of which (s) is written НН .

If any Crown-bearer of the chosen (1) is judged with more severity than the Crown-bearer of the inheritance (2), if the former is usually required (3) about rare qualities, then what virtues are destined (4) to have the new Autocrat of Russia, erected (5) Whom to the throne as a result of treason and villainy?

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16. Arrange punctuation marks. Write two sentences in which you need to put ONE comma. Write down the numbers of these sentences.

1) The boyar daughter did not want to eat or drink; she stopped sleeping and could hardly walk.

2) Sighs and tears relieved the oppressed chest of the unfortunate parent, and the feeling of anger in his heart gave way to tender grief.

3) Boyar Matvey raised his head, looked at Alexei, gave him his trembling hand.

4) From ancient to modern times in Russia, none of the subjects deserved such love in life or such sorrow and honor in the grave!

5) There is painting and antitheses and a pleasant play on words.

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17. Arrange all punctuation marks : indicate the number (s) in the place of which (s) should (s) be a comma (s).

The old woman accepted this offer (1) not suspecting any evil intention in it (2) and assured the stranger that the canvas (3) woven by Lisa (4) and the stockings (5) knitted by Lisa (6) are excellently good.

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18. Place all punctuation marks: indicate the number (s) in the place of which (s) should (s) be a comma (s).

Yesterday (1) my dear friends (2) I arrived in Frankfurt. At almost every station I had to spend the night or (3) at least (4) stand for several hours. The roads are bad everywhere, so you have to walk all the way, and (5) even (6) the very streets in small towns and towns are so bad that (7) with difficulty (8) you can drive.

19. Place all punctuation marks: indicate the number (s) in the place of which (s) should (s) be a comma (s).

In 1789-1790 N.M. Karamzin traveled to Europe (1) during (2) which (3) visited Immanuel Kant in Königsberg (4) visited Paris during the French Revolution.

20. Place all punctuation marks: indicate the number (s) in the place of which (s) should (s) be a comma (s).

Natalya took the letter (1) and (2) although she did not know how to read (3), she looked at him (4) and tears flowed from her eyes.

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21. Find sentences in which the dash is placed in accordance with the same punctuation rule. Write down the numbers of these sentences.

(1) If you go to Ulyanovsk, take a look at N.M. Karamzin. (2) In the center of the square there is a monument to Nikolai Mikhailovich Karamzin, a writer and historian.

(3) The monument was created in the style of classicism: on the pedestal is the majestic muse of history Clio, who with her right hand lays on the altar of immortality the tablets of the “History of the Russian State” – the main work of Karamzin, and in her left hand holds a trumpet, with the help of which she intends to broadcast about the glorious pages life of Russia.

(4) In the pedestal of the monument, in a round niche, there is a bust of the great figure of Russia. (5) Two high reliefs: Karamzin reading an excerpt from his “History” to Alexander I, and Nikolai Mikhailovich, captured on his deathbed surrounded by his family – decorate the pedestal. (6) The total height of the monument is 8.52 meters, of which the height of the pedestal is 4.97 meters.

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