Read the text and complete tasks 2-14

(1) There were torn-torn books on the table in the little room, and I had to, using glue, a pack of tissue paper, newspapers and colored pencils, glue the torn pages, attach the torn ones to the middle, strengthen the spine and cover, and then wrap the book with newspaper, on which should have been glued on a piece of clean paper with beautifully printed letters written with the name and surname of the author.

(2) Tatyana Lvovna recognized Zhitkov’s book “What I saw”, “dressed” by me as exemplary, and I, secluded in the library backstage, multiplied my samples, inspired by praise.

(3) Reverent silence, the smells of books had a magical effect on me. (4) So far, there have been negligibly few reads on my account, but every time it was in this silence that the book characters came to life in my imagination! (5) Not at home, where no one bothered me, not at school, where extraneous thoughts always come in abundance, not on the way home or from home, when every person has many ways to think about different differences, but right here, in the silence of the nook, brightly and visibly appeared before me colorful, animated scenes, and I turned into the most unexpected heroes.

(6) Whom I just wasn’t!

(7) And Filipkom from the story of Count Leo Tolstoy, however, at the same time I was able to read remarkably and with expression, and when the teacher in the story suggested that I open the primer, I scribbled all the words in a row, without errors, perplexing the children in the class , and the teacher, and, probably, the count himself, because his whole story changed amazingly at my will. (8) And I smiled both in reality and in my imagination, and, like a little Filipok, I wiped my forehead, wet with excitement, with a large hat drawn in the picture.

(9) I imagined myself as a prince, the son of Gvidon, and changed the action of Pushkin’s fairy tale, because, in my opinion, I acted more reasonably: having poked the matchmaker and the woman Babarikha in the nose or cheek, I flew to my father, turned around myself and explained to the unreasonable, albeit kind, Gvidon, what’s the point in this protracted story.

(10) Or I imagined myself as Gavroche and whistled, mocking the soldiers, at the very top of the barricade. (11) I tapped on some old stool, showed my nose to the enemies, and the bullets buzzed nearby, and not one of them hit me, and they didn’t kill me, like Gavroche, I retreated with the last Communards, hid in the passage yards . (12) Then I went to my hometown and ended up here, in the library nook, and I still smelled of the gunpowder of the Paris battles.

(13) When writing corrected plots, I froze, my eyes probably stopped, because if fantasy rolled over me in front of witnesses, I intercepted their surprised looks – in a word, imagining, I not only found myself in another life, but also and left this one. (According to A.A. Likhanov)*

Albert Anatolyevich Likhanov (born in 1935)writer, journalist, chairman of the Russian Children’s Fund. In his works, the writer pays special attention to the role of the family and the school in the upbringing of the child, in shaping his character.

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 “not only find himself in another life, but also leave this one”?”

1) The hero-narrator preferred to glue books, secluded “in the backstage of the library.”

2) Reverent silence, the smells of books had a “magical effect” on the hero-narrator.

3) The hero-narrator mentally turned into heroes of books, fantasizing, changing plots at his own discretion and at that time forgot where he was.

4) The solitude and silence of the library contributed to the thoughtful reading of books.

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

1) There were torn-torn books on the table in the little room, and I had to, using glue, a pack of tissue paper, newspapers and colored pencils, glue the torn pages, attach the torn ones to the middle, strengthen the spine and cover, and then wrap the book with a newspaper on which it was necessary to glue a piece of clean paper with beautiful block letters written with the name and surname of the author.

2) And I smiled both awake and in my imagination, and, like a little Filipok, I wiped my forehead, wet with excitement, with a large hat drawn in the picture.

3) Or I imagined myself as Gavroche and whistled, mocking the soldiers, at the very top of the barricade.

4) Then I went to my hometown and ended up here, in the library nook, and I still smelled of the gunpowder of the Paris battles.

3.2. Indicate the meaning in which the word “history” is used in the text (sentence 9).

1) course of events 2) past 3) phenomenon 4) case

4.1. From sentences 2–5, write out the word in which the spelling of the prefix is determined by its meaning – “ approximation ”.

4.2. Indicate the word with an unstressed vowel in the root, checked by stress.

1) offered 2) wiped 3) froze 4) beat off

5. From sentences 6–9, write out the word in which the spelling of the suffix is determined by the rule: “НН is written in the full passive participles of the past tense.”

6. Replace the book word “should” in sentence 1 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this synonym.

7. Replace the phrase “Paris battles” (sentence 12), 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 8.

9. Among sentences 10–13, find a sentence with a separate clarifying circumstance . Write the number of this offer.

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

And Filipkom from the story of Count Leo Tolstoy, (1) true, (2) at the same time I was able to read remarkably and with expression, (3) and, (4) when the teacher in the story suggested that I open the primer, (5) I scribbled all the words in a row, (6) without errors, (7) perplexing both the guys in the class and the teacher, (8) and (9) probably (10) the count himself, (11) because his whole story, at my will, is amazing changed.

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

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.

Tatyana Lvovna recognized Zhitkov’s book “What I saw” “dressed” by me as exemplary, (1) and I, (2) secluded in the library backstage, (3) multiplied, (4) inspired by praise, (5) my samples.

Reverent silence, (6) the smells of books had a magical effect on me. So far, there was negligibly little read on my account, (7) but every time it was in this silence that the book characters came to life in my imagination!

13 . Among sentences 3–6, find a complex sentence with heterogeneous (parallel) subordination of subordinate clauses. Write the number of this offer.

14 . Among sentences 8–12, find a complex sentence with an allied and allied coordinating 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 linguist V.V. Vinogradov: “All means of language are expressive, you just need to skillfully use them.” 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 V.V. Vinogradov.

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: “While writing the corrected plots, I froze, my eyes probably stopped, because if fantasy rolled over me in front of witnesses, I intercepted their surprised looksin a word, imagining, I am not only found himself in another life, but also left this 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 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.

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