Read the text and complete tasks 2-14

(1) My mother and I moved into this house recently. (2) The most interesting thing here is the yard. (3) It is big, green, there is a place to play ball, hide-and-seek, and various other games. (4) The guys played almost every day, especially in summer. (5) And I gradually got to know them, and we all treated each other in a good way.

(6) Then they began to appoint me as a referee in volleyball matches. (7) Nobody liked to judge, everyone wanted to play, but I always please: how not to help friends? .. (8) And it happened that on the wide porch of a neighboring wooden house we played chess and lotto.

(9) Occasionally guys came to my house. (10) They listened to the records, played with my railway, chatted about this and that, but about nothing serious.

(11) And the guys also loved when I let paper pigeons out of the balcony. (12) More precisely, they were not quite pigeons. (13) I learned how to make birds out of paper that look like flying saucers.

(14) Quite round, only with a fold in the middle and with a triangular beak. (15) They flew great, in smooth wide circles. (16) Sometimes the wind lifted them to a decent height and carried them away from the yard.

(17) The guys chased each dove in a crowd – whoever grabs it first! (18) So that there is no landfill, it was decided to say in advance which dove I am sending to whom.

(19) The fact is that I painted each dove with felt-tip pens. (20) On one he painted all sorts of patterns, on the other – boats in the middle of the sea, on the third – fabulous cities, on the fourth – flowers and butterflies. (21) And all sorts of space pictures. (22) And a lot more – it turned out beautiful and interesting.

(23) The guys, of course, liked it, but I was still a stranger among them. (24) And suddenly I didn’t want to let doves from the balcony.

(25) I made the last one and – I don’t know why myself – painted the evening sky, the orange sun on the horizon and the road along which two boys are walking side by side.

(26) Although no, I knew why I drew this. (27) I wanted a friend to appear. (28) Not random, not for an hour when he runs in to play chess or listen to Paul McCartney, but a real one …

(29) I sent a dove from the balcony, and the wind grabbed it and carried it away behind the poplars. (30) And I thought: someone will find, guess, come to me … (According to V. Krapivin) *

* Krapivin Vladislav Petrovich (born in 1938) is a modern writer, journalist, author of books about children and for children, including science fiction.

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, in spite of everything, feel like a stranger among the guys?”

1) The guys and the hero-narrator had neither the time nor the opportunity to get to know each other better.

2) The guys constantly accepted gifts from the hero-narrator, giving him nothing in return.

3) The hero-narrator developed friendly, optional relations with the guys, and he dreamed of real friendship.

4) The guys accepted the hero-narrator in their games only for those roles that he did not like.

3.1. Indicate the sentence in which the means of expressiveness of speech is personification .

1) They listened to records, played with my railway, chatted about this and that, but nothing serious.

2) And the guys also loved it when I let paper pigeons out of the balcony.

3) I released a dove from the balcony, and the wind grabbed it and carried it away behind the poplars.

4) And I thought: someone will find it, guess, come to me …

3.2. Indicate the meaning in which the word “judge” is used in the text (sentence 7).

1) make a judgment 3) follow the rules

2) brand with contempt 4) consider in court

4.1. From sentences 23-26, write out a word in which the spelling of the prefix depends on the deafness – the voicedness of the subsequent consonant.

4.2. Indicate the word with an unchecked unstressed vowel in the root.

1) related 2) horizon 3) runs 4) guess

5. From sentences 14–18, 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 “chatting” in sentence 10 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this synonym.

7. Replace the phrase “paper doves” (sentence 11), 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 24.

9. Among sentences 9-13, find a sentence with a separate agreed definition . 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 .

The fact is (1) that I painted each dove with felt-tip pens. On one he painted all sorts of patterns, (2) on the otherships in the middle of the sea, (3) on the thirdfabulous cities, (4) on the fourthflowers and butterflies. And all sorts of space pictures. And much moreit turned out beautifully and interestingly.

The guys, (5) of course, (6) liked it, (7) but I was still a stranger among them.

11. Indicate the number of grammatical bases in the sentence 27. Write down the answer with a number.

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

It is big, (1) green, (2) there is a place to play ball, (3) hide-and-seek, (4) and various other games. The guys played almost every day, (5) especially in summer. And I gradually got to know them, (6) and we all treated each other in a good way.

13. Among sentences 17–22, find a complex sentence with parallel subordination of subordinate clauses. Write the number of this offer.

14. Among sentences 28–30, find a complex sentence with an allied 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 N.M. Shansky: “In a monologue speech, a complete thought sometimes does not fit within a single sentence, and its expression requires a whole group of sentences interconnected in meaning and grammatically” . 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 N.M. Shansky.

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 wanted a friend to appear. Not random, not for an hour when he runs in to play chess or listen to Paul McCartney, but a real one … “

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 word FRIENDSHIP ? Formulate and comment on your definition. Write an essay-reasoning on the topic “What is friendship” , 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.

Option 3

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