(1) When they ask why I, a completely terrestrial person, am so attached to Sevastopol, to sailors and ships, I say:
– (2) Because I fell in love with the sea as a child.
(3) And today I want to recall the details of those days when I first felt longing for Sevastopol.
(4) It happened at the beginning of June. (5) I went to the Shalimovs out of nothing to do. (6) Lyoshka angrily made a cracker-cracker out of a bent copper tube and a nail. (7) He only looked at me with gloomy indifference.
(8) In those days that I am talking about, he teased me with the incomprehensible nickname Knabel. (9) However, Lyoshkin’s teasers were harmless, but he was really angry if they climbed on his arm during important work. (10) Therefore, I did not meddle and look at the scarecrow, but quietly sat down on a bunk covered with a cloth blanket.
(11) There was a book on a brown cloth, on which there were spreading anchors, sailing ships and the words: “S. Grigoriev. Malakhov Kurgan.
(12) Everything that was connected with the sea and sails made me excited. (13) I quietly opened the book and began to read how the ten-year-old boy Venka stands on the roof of his house and looks at the squadron entering the bay, how orange ribbed tiles on white houses gleam in the sun.
(14) I leafed through the pages inaudibly and sat without moving, afraid to remind myself with an extra movement.
(15) Apparently, it went well with the scarecrow: Lyoshka, without saying a word, left, and a minute later there was a crash in the yard. (16) The shot shook me – I had to make a decision. (17) Ask Lyoshka to let him read? (18) He may answer “take it,” or he may grunt “I read it myself” or “not mine.”
(19) With naughty fingers, I unbuttoned the tin buttons on my stomach, stuffed the book and slid sideways into the kitchen. (20) He clicked on the door with a hook and froze with a book at the table …
(21) After some time, Lyoshka pulled the door.
– (22) Knabel, did you steal the book?
– (23) Anyway, I won’t give it until I finish reading it! I said desperately, because parting with the story of Sevastopol seemed to be beyond my strength.
– (24) Well, just come out, – Lyoshka warned in a bad voice.
(25) By the middle of the next day, I had finished reading “Malakhov Kurgan” and, guilty, ready for a well-deserved punishment, but still happy, carried the book to Lyoshka. (26) Lyoshka met me quite peacefully, smiled and said:
– (27) Come on, I now have Eighty Days Around the World, but read this one more if you want …
(28) And I read more. (29) Slowly. (30) About Venka and Nakhimov, about the death of ships sunk at the entrance to the bay, and about the sailors on the bastions. (31) And there was Sevastopol in the book. (32) I read about terrible incessant bombardments, about ruins and fires, but through the smoke of military destruction I continued to see a peaceful and sunny city by the boundless sea. (33) The one that I needed … (According to V.P. Krapivin) *
* Krapivin Vladislav Petrovich (born in 1938) is a children’s writer. His books have been included in the “Golden Library of Selected Works for Children and Youth”, “Library of Adventure and Science Fiction”, “Library of World Literature for Children”. Some of the writer’s works have been filmed.
|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 the hero-narrator, leafing through the book, “sit without moving, afraid to remind himself of himself with an extra movement”? »
1) Lyoshka was angry, “if they climbed on his arm during important work.”
2) Lyoshka was making a cracker-cracker, and the hero-narrator got scared when “a minute later there was a bang in the yard.”
3) The hero-narrator was carried away by the book and could not “part with the story of Sevastopol” until he finished reading it.
4) The hero-narrator was afraid that Lyoshka, in a bad mood, would again tease him with the incomprehensible nickname “Knabel”.
3.1. Indicate the sentence in which there is no phraseological unit.
1) I went to the Shalimovs out of nothing to do.
2) All the same, I won’t give it until I finish reading it! I said desperately, because parting with the story of Sevastopol seemed to be beyond my strength.
3) However, Lyoshka’s teasers were good-natured, but he was really angry if they climbed on his arm during important work.
4) With naughty fingers, I unbuttoned the tin buttons on my stomach, stuffed the book and slid sideways into the kitchen.
3.2. Indicate the meaning in which the word “important” is used in the text (sentence 9).
1) responsible 2) interesting 3) capital 4) main
4.1. From sentences 9-11, write out the word in which the spelling of the prefix is determined by its meaning – ” incomplete action” .
4.2. Indicate the word with an alternating vowel in the root.
1) shoved 2) tie 3) froze 4) teased
5. From sentences 18–20 write out a word in which the spelling of the suffix is not determined by the general rule (is an exception).
6. Replace the vernacular “stole” in sentence 22 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this synonym.
7. Replace the phrase “cloth blanket” (sentence 10), 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 4.
9. Among sentences 19-25, find a sentence with separate agreed definitions . Write the number of this offer.
10. In the sentences below from the read text, all commas are numbered. Write down the numbers denoting commas with the introductory word .
– Knabel, (1) did you steal the book?
– I won’t give it anyway, (2) until I finish reading it! – I said desperately, (3) because parting with the story of Sevastopol was, (4) it seemed, (5) beyond my strength.
– Well, (6) just come out, (7) – Leshka warned in a bad voice.
11. Indicate the number of grammatical bases in the sentence 32. Write down the answer with a number.
12. In the sentences below from the read text, all commas are numbered. Write down all the numbers denoting commas between parts of a complex sentence connected by a subordinating relationship.
In the days (1) I’m talking about, (2) he teased me with the incomprehensible nickname Knabel. However, (3) Lyoshkin’s teasers were good-natured, (4) but he was really angry, (5) if they climbed on his arm during important work. Therefore, I did not meddle and look at the scarecrow, (6) but quietly sat down on a bunk covered with a cloth blanket.
13. Among sentences 12–15, find a complex sentence with homogeneous subordination of subordinate clauses. Write the number of this offer.
14. Among sentences 16–20, find a non-union complex sentence . 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 Russian philologist A.A. Kuznetsov: “The presentation ” in the first person, the use of words and phrases of a colloquial nature give the author the opportunity to influence the consciousness and feelings of the reader “ . 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 composition with the words of A.A. Kuznetsova. 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 text fragment: “I leafed through the pages inaudibly and sat without moving, afraid to remind myself of myself with an extra movement.” In your essay, give 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 PRECIOUS BOOKS ? Formulate and comment on your definition. Write an essay-reasoning on the topic “What are precious books” , 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.
|var. no. back#>|
|eternal/permanent/permanent||talked||should/should have/was necessary||very/much/significantly|
|mom’s album||paper doves||battles of paris||daddy’s pen|
|Nina ran away and bought||I didn’t want to let||I smiled and wiped||bad luck|
|1 2 9 10||2 3|
|var. no. back#>|
|Glebov’s power||in a crystal vase||sofa cushion||Golubkin’s conscience|
|life went on||he went||everything happened again||do not believe|
|4 5||2 3||5 6|
|3 10||3 7|
|var. no. back#>|
|man’s faith||blanket made of cloth|
|did not have||this happened|
|5 6||4 5|
|1 2 5|