Read the text and complete tasks 2-14

(1) In the morning, in a crystal vase on the table, Vitya saw a huge bouquet of mimosa. (2) The flowers were so yellow and fresh, like the first warm day!

“(3) Dad gave it to me,” said mom. – (4) After all, today is the eighth of March.

(5) Indeed, today is the eighth of March, and he completely forgot about it. (6) He immediately ran to his room, grabbed a briefcase, pulled out a postcard in which it was written: “Dear Mom, I congratulate you on the Eighth of March and I promise to always obey you,” and solemnly handed it to my mother.

(7) And when he was already leaving for school, his mother suddenly suggested:

– (8) Take a few sprigs of mimosa and give to Lena Popova.

(9) Lena Popova was his desk mate.

– (10) Why? he asked gloomily.

– (11) And then, that today is the Eighth of March, and I am sure that all your boys will give something to the girls.

(12) He took three branches of mimosa and went to school.

(13) On the way, it seemed to him that everyone was looking at him. (14) But at the school itself he was lucky: he met Lena Popova. (15) Running up to her, he held out a mimosa.

– (16) This is for you.

– (17) Me? (18) Oh, how beautiful! (19) Thank you very much, Vitya!

(20) She seemed ready to thank him for another hour, but he turned and ran away.

(21) And at the first break it turned out that none of the boys in their class gave the girls anything. (22) None. (23) Only in front of Lena Popova were tender branches of mimosa.

– (24) Where do you get flowers from? the teacher asked.

– (25) Vitya gave it to me, – Lena said calmly. (26) Everyone immediately whispered, looking at Vitya, and Vitya lowered his head low.

(27) And at the break, when Vitya approached the guys as if nothing had happened, although he already felt unkind, Valery began to grimace, looking at him.

– (28) And now the groom has come! (29) Hello, young groom!

(30) The guys laughed. (31) And then high school students passed by,
and everyone looked at him and asked whose bridegroom he was.

(32) Barely having sat through the end of the lessons, as soon as the bell rang, he rushed home with all his might, so that there, at home, he could vent his annoyance and resentment.

(33) When mom opened the door for him, he shouted:

– (34) It’s you, it’s your fault, it’s all because of you!

(35) Vitya ran into the room, grabbed the mimosa branches and threw them on the floor.

– (36) I hate these flowers, I hate them!

(37) He began to trample the mimosa branches with his feet, and the delicate yellow flowers burst and died under the rough sole of his boots.

(38) And Lena Popova carried home three tender branches of mimosa in a wet cloth so that they would not wither. (39) She carried them in front of her, and it seemed to her that the sun was reflected in them, that they were so beautiful, so special …

(According to V. Zheleznikov)*

* Vladimir Karpovich Zheleznikov (born in 1925) is a contemporary Russian children’s writer and screenwriter. His works devoted to the problems of growing up have become classics of Russian children’s literature and have been translated into many languages of the world.

The answers to tasks 2-14 are a number, a sequence of numbers or a word (phrase), which should be written in the answer field in the text of the work.

2. Which answer option contains the information necessary to substantiate the answer to the question: “Why did Vitya trample the flowers?”

1) Vitya did not like the flowers that dad gave mom on March 8th.

2) Vitya vented his resentment caused by the ridicule of classmates on flowers.

3) His desk mate Lena Popova refused the gift.

4) None of the classmates gave the girls flowers, and it was unpleasant for Vitya to stand out with his gift.

3.1. Indicate the sentence in which the means of expressiveness of speech is a phraseological phrase .

1) The flowers were so yellow and fresh, like the first warm day!

2) And at recess, when Vitya approached the guys as if nothing had happened, although he already felt unkind, Valery began to grimace, looking at him.

3) Hello, young groom!

4) She carried them in front of her, and it seemed to her that the sun was reflected in them, that they were so beautiful, so special …

3.2. Indicate the meaning in which the word “gentle” is used in the text (sentence 23).

1) yellow, beautiful 2) fragile, velvety 3) bright, fresh 4) simple, fragrant

4.1. From sentences 28–30, write out the word in which the spelling of the prefix is determined by its meaning – “ approximation ”.

4.2. Indicate the word with an alternating vowel in the root.

1) pull 2) die 3) stretch 4) mimosa

5. From sentences 5–9, write out the word in which the spelling of the suffix is determined by the rule: “One letter H is written in short passive participles of the past tense.”

6. Replace the colloquial word “whispered” from sentence 26 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this synonym.

7. Replace the phrase “in a crystal vase” (sentence 1), built on the basis of agreement, with a synonymous phrase with a connection control . Write the resulting phrase.

8. Write down the grammatical basis of sentence 12.

9. Among sentences 24–29, find sentences with a separate circumstance . Write the numbers of these proposals.

10. In the sentences below from the read text, all commas are numbered. Write down the numbers denoting commas with the introductory word .

Running up to her, (1) held out a mimosa.

This is for you.

Me? Oh, (2) how beautiful! Thank you very much, (3) Vitya!

She (4) seemed (5) ready to thank him for another hour, (6) but he turned and ran away.

11. Indicate the number of grammatical bases in the sentence 31. Write down the answer with a number.

12. In the sentences below from the read text, all commas are numbered. Write down the numbers denoting commas between parts of a complex sentence connected by a coordinating link.

She (1) seemed (2) ready to thank him for another hour, (3) but he turned and ran away.

And at the first break it turned out (4) that none of the boys in their class gave anything to the girls. No one. Only in front of Lena Popova were tender branches of mimosa.

Where did you get the flowers from? the teacher asked.

Vitya gave me this,” (5) Lena said calmly. Everyone immediately whispered, (6) looking at Vitya, (7) and Vitya lowered his head low.

13. Among sentences 21–29, find a complex sentence with sequential subordination of subordinate clauses. Write the number of this offer.

14. Among sentences 32–39, find a complex sentence with an allied coordinating and subordinating connection between the parts. Write the number of this offer.

Using the read text from part 2, complete ONLY ONE of the tasks on a separate sheet: 15.1,15.2 or 15.3. Before writing an essay, write down the number of the selected task: 15.1, 15.2 or 15.3.

15.1. Write an essay-reasoning, revealing the meaning of the statement of the famous philologist L.V. Uspensky: “Grammar allows us to connect any words to each other in order to express any thought about any subject.” Arguing your answer, give 2 (two) examples from the read text. When giving examples, indicate the numbers of the required sentences or use citations. You can write a work in a scientific or journalistic style, revealing the topic on linguistic material. You can start the essay with the words of L.V. Uspensky. The essay must be at least 70 words. A work written without relying on the text read (not on this text) is not evaluated. If the essay is a paraphrase or a complete rewrite of the source text without any comments, then such work is evaluated by zero points. Write an essay carefully, legible handwriting.

15.2. Write an essay-reasoning. Explain how you understand the meaning of the final text: “And Lena Popova carried home three tender branches of mimosa in a wet cloth so that they would not wither. She carried them in front of her, and it seemed to her that the sun was reflected in them, that they were so beautiful, so special … ” Give in your essay 2 (two) arguments from the read text that confirm your reasoning. When giving examples, indicate the numbers of the required sentences or use citations. The essay must be at least 70 words. If the essay is a paraphrase or a complete rewrite of the source text without any comments, then such work is evaluated by zero points.

Write an essay carefully, legible handwriting.

15.3. How do you understand the meaning of the phrase MORAL CHOICE ? Formulate and comment on your definition. Write an essay-reasoning on the topic “What is a moral choice” , taking the definition you gave as a thesis. Arguing your thesis, give 2 (two) examples-arguments that confirm your reasoning: give one example -argument from the text you read, and the second from your life experience. The essay must be at least 70 words. If the essay is a paraphrase or a complete rewrite of the source text without any comments, then such work is evaluated by zero points. Write an essay carefully, legible handwriting.

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