Replace the colloquial word SLIP in sentence 24 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this word.

(24) I returned home, wandered around the room, leafed through my read book again and found: now I have absolutely nothing to do in the evenings …

Answer: ___________________________

22. Replace the word PICTURES in sentence 14 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(13) I sat down under the tree and opened the book. (14) It contained a lot of color pictures covered with tissue paper.

Answer: ________________________________

23. Replace the word TEACHER in sentence 18 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(17) And I began to go to the photo circle at the station of young technicians. (18) We walked with our teacher around the city and photographed everything in a row in different lighting conditions.

Answer: _____________________________________

24. Replace the word LIQUIDATION from sentence 19 with a synonym. Write this synonym.

(19) More precisely, the criminality of behavior – and fires rage on tens and hundreds of hectares, destroying forests, tearing people away from work, forcing them to spend huge material resources to eliminate fires and their consequences.

Option 1

1. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “stay” from the sentence ” Think, of course, how to leave the Hobbitania without too much noise, but still do not linger: how not to linger “.

2. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “anniversary” from the sentence ” There will be an anniversary – then and on the way, following the example of Bilbo “.

3. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “tricky” from the sentence “ Where I’m going, I don’t know this myself, so it’s tricky to blurt out here .”

4. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “treasure” from the sentence ” Bilbo – he went for the treasure, left and returned, and I, therefore, need to return the treasure, and disappear myself – right?” »

5. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “dropped” from the sentence ” He dropped it as if by the way, but he seriously wanted to visit that blissful valley “.

6. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “secluded” from the sentence ” One summer evening in the Nook and the Green Dragon were discussing the incredible .”

7. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “unbearable” from the sentence ” But everyone was so used to the tales of Bilbo’s untold riches that it was unbearable to wean .”

8. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for “settled” from the sentence ” Then, one evening towards the end of June, just as Frodo’s plans were settled, he suddenly announced that he was leaving in the morning .”

9. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “bursted” from the sentence “The branches burst with apples, the honeycombs flowed with honey, and the wheat raised tight ears .”

10. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “covered” from the sentence “In the evening Frodo laid a festive table for five, trying to disperse his despondency “.

Option 2

1. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “outsider” from the sentence ” What the stranger asks is incomprehensible, only old Scrombie’s answers are heard – cautious and apprehensive, almost frightened .”

2. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “pulled down” from the sentence “He put his stuffed bag on his very shoulders, and put some crumpled felt on his head – supposedly a hat ”.

3. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “trotted” from the sentence ” We ended up in Ukrolye and, turning to the southeast, trotted to the Green Hills “.

4. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “veiled” from the sentence “The flown birch trees, swaying over the heads of the hobbits, covered the pale sky with a thin black network of twigs .”

5. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “dived” from the sentence “ Soon they got tired and tired, and the road kept winding, crawling up the hills and diving down again, but then turned into a smooth descent into a wide valley .”

6. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “towline” from the sentence ” Oh, how far away, but the road wound and wound endless towline “.

7. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “kupy” from the sentence “ The road, having looped enough, now went straight, cutting through grassy thickets; clumps of trees rose here and there, harbingers of the near forest .

8. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “clatter” from the sentence ” Other stars lit up, large and bright, the hobbits stopped worrying and no longer listened to the clatter of hooves “.

9. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “purr” from the sentence ” They even purred, in the Hobbit way: hobbits purr when they come home at night “.

10. Choose a stylistically neutral synonym for the word “found” from the sentence “ And, as if obeying someone’s command, not understanding what he was doing, he found it in his pocket .”

1. Replace the phrase EVERYTHING from sentence 14 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym .

(14) It seems to me that there is nothing of them here, I alone will not be enough, and then there is grandfather, like a little one, eating and eating.

2. Replace the word WILL from sentence 18 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(18) Heading home, Varya does not miss the move, and Lyoshka will immediately notice her, but she does not.

3. Replace the phraseological unit FOR ETERNAL AGES from sentence 9 with a stylistically neutral synonymous word. Write this synonym.

(9) Nina, excited and softened by the beauty of a warm summer night, offered Bobrov her friendship for all eternity.

4. Replace the word HORRIBLE in sentence 5 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(5) Misha was soon terribly tired of this repetition.

5. Replace the word PAPER from sentence 19 with a synonym for official business or scientific style. Write this synonym.

(19) People listened carefully, and there were already a lot of crumpled pieces of paper in the violin case.

6. Replace the word FILL from sentence 19 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(19) Sometimes it happened to him to overwhelm even the cautious oryx antelope, and then the cat feasted to glory.

7. Replace the word UNDERSTAND from sentence 13 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(13) By will, he meant freedom.

8. Replace the individual author’s word INSTANT from sentence 15 with a commonly used synonym. Write this synonym.

(15) From early morning they crawled through the streets, huge blue wagons, covered with snow in winter, with tightly frozen windows, persistent, gloomy; in summer they are full of women’s hats, with an imperial, now over something laughing, then peacefully contemplating the surrounding landscape …

9. Replace the word DOHA from sentence 3 with a stylistically neutral common synonym. Write this synonym.

(3) She was in a short hare fur coat, the raised dyed collar, covered with dense frost, sparkled coldly.

10. Replace the word INEVITABLE (curiosity) from sentence 8 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(8) In my inescapable curiosity and agility, I looked at these incomprehensible pictures drawn in exactly lines, took a bottle of ink, carefully poured it over the entire project, and the paint flooded the drawing.

11. Replace the word IN BADEYKS from sentence 36 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(36) An old woman and a woman of about thirty sat on the floor and kneaded the dough in tubs.

12. Replace the word FAMOUS from sentence 15 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this synonym.

(15) A wonderful portrait painter, he worked with extraordinary ease and even in his youth he created many works in which he captured almost all the eminent people of his time and, in addition, dozens of unknown merchants, sailors, women and children, officials and peasants.

13. Replace the word BRIDE from sentence 20 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(20) They were vilely humble, rejecting even a hint of individuality and submissive to God knows what behavior irritated, and the thought predatory turned to sacrifices, slaughter, shish kebab.

14. Replace the word CONNECTED from sentence 7 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(7) We knew the old gelding for a long time, and there was nothing mysterious in the fact that he followed us.

15. Replace the word DID NOT CALL from sentence 12 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(12) But even according to the most condescending account, didn’t I come across bad and evil people?

16. Replace the word DANCER from sentence 24 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(24) First of all, I read the tale of the steadfast tin soldier and the charming little dancer, then the tale of the Snow Queen.

17. Replace the word GAUGE from sentence 20 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(20) When the organ grinder nodded slightly, the boy, throwing off his outer clothes, remained in an acrobat’s suit trimmed with tinsel braids, worn out, a hundred times patched, and everyone around gasped.

18. Replace the word HLYABALI from sentence 4 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(4) On a warm, side-bared silvery frozen mound, the boy saw a wet feather, wanted to run faster: maybe an owl or a fox crushed a faded goose, the bones were left from him, but the boots, even though they were thickly tucked up, sloshed, knitted legs.

19. Replace the word CUT from sentence 9 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(9) Dad is no longer my protection: he does not see me, and any passer-by can wipe me off, and then the worst thing will happen: I will get lost.

20. Replace the word STUNNED from sentence 13 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this synonym.

(13) But the whole steamer still seemed to be a light and slenderly grown ghost ship, numb on this palely lit clearing in the fog.

21. Replace the word BARYSH from sentence 11 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this synonym.

(11) These houses brought huge profits to homeowners.

22. Replace the word LACK from sentence 5 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(5) A misfortune happened: he becomes impoverished and dead before our eyes.

23. Replace the word GILLED from sentence 27 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(27) Perhaps, the forests helped him the most, the forest house where he stayed this summer, clearings, thickets, abandoned roads, in the ruts of which, filled with rain, the sickle of the month was reflected in the twilight, this amazing air and always a little sad Russian sunsets, and he was sure that he would not exchange these misty dawns for any of the magnificent gilded sunsets of Italy.

24. Replace the word APPEAL from sentence 6 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(6) Once in Latest News I printed a short appeal – a request to help a young woman, a mother of two children, who was in a difficult situation.

25. Replace the word PRISONERS in sentence 24 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(24) I will destroy all the cells and free the unfortunate prisoners.

26. Replace the word FURIOUS from sentence 13 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(13) And a new wave of violent laughter rolled across the room.

27. Replace the colloquial word FUN from sentence 17 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this word.

(17) And once Lina went to the zoo, but she didn’t like it here: it was a pity for the shabby beggar bears, whose backsides were wiped and naked, because they often sat down for the benefit of people and “served” for candy, for a piece of bread.

28. Replace the colloquial word WON from sentence 23 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this word.

(23) “But even in a cage I agree!” Lina shouted and quickly ran along the path out of the zoo.

29. Replace the vernacular word Aunt from sentence 27 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this word.

(27) She ran along the fence, saw the entrance to another fence, slipped past her aunt, who was languishing under the sun, fell on a bench, caught her breath and began to look around.

30. Replace the book word (high style) UNIVERSE from sentence 49 with a stylistically neutral synonym word. Write this word.

(49) The music of the stars, the music of eternal life, it, like light, arose somewhere in the depths of the universe and flew here, to Lina, flew for a long, long time, maybe longer than starlight.

31. Replace the book word (high style) SLAVIL from sentence 52 with a stylistically neutral synonym word. Write this word.

(52) A person born under these stars sent his greetings to heaven, glorified eternal life and all life on earth.

32. Replace the colloquial word LOTS from sentence 10 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this word.

(10) – There are a lot of reasons.

33. Replace the colloquial word JOY from sentence 15 with a stylistically neutral word – a synonym. Write this word.

(15) No joy for you, except for these our holidays …

34. Replace the colloquial word DRAWED from sentence 18 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this word.

(18) And the “triumph” of science a month ago, when the last car was dragged into the city, when lots were cast and the lucky ones could hit the car with a sledgehammer once! ..

35. Replace the colloquial word BASHKOVYTY from sentence 20 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this word.

(20) – You’ll see: a brainy man will still appear who will patch everything up.

36. Replace the colloquial expression NOT SURE from sentence 28 with a stylistically neutral adverb – a synonym. Write this synonym.

(28) The boy’s mouth was dry, he felt uneasy.

37. Replace the colloquial word PLEASE from sentence 30 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this word.

(30) How long to persuade you ?!

38. Replace the colloquial word PUNTING from sentence 33 with a stylistically neutral synonym . Write this word.

(33) The woman in the picture smiled mysteriously sadly, and the boy, responding to her gaze, felt his heart pounding, and music seemed to sound in his ears.

39. Replace the colloquial word SVISTOPLYASKA from sentence 45 with a stylistically neutral synonym word. Write this word.

(44) All in abrasions, torn clothes, with a bruised elbow, he watched how old women with burning eyes chewed pieces of canvas with their toothless mouths, how men broke a gilded frame, gave hard rags with their feet, tore them into small, small shreds.

(45) The boy stood silent aside from this pandemonium.

40. Replace the colloquial word RYAVKNUL from sentence 53 with a stylistically neutral synonymous expression . Write this expression.

(53) – Where did you hang out? his father yelled.

41. Replace the colloquial word VSYPLYU from sentence 54 with a stylistically neutral word – a synonym. Write this word.

(54) – Wait, I’ll pour you in the morning …

42. Replace the colloquial word SET POINT from sentence 55 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this word.

(55) Finally, everyone calmed down.

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