Replace the colloquial word STARTED in sentence 15 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this word.

Preparation for task B1

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: ________________________________

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: _____________________________________

3. Replace the word SHADED from sentence 29 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(24) I look around the ward: beds, beds, beds. (25) The whole gym is full of them. (26) The wounded lie and sit on the bunks. (27) Young and old, Russian and non-Russian, with hairstyles and without hairstyles, with crutches and without crutches, with arms and without arms, with legs and without legs. (28) Human grief has gathered here and listens to my song. (29) I have long ceased to shade. (30) I myself am wounded, I am almost killed, and

because I know what is expected of me.

Answer: ________________________________________

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

(19) Every day brought touching surprises. (20) Then the blind old woman, mistaking Levitan for a beggar, will put a worn nickel on a box of paints. (21) Then the children, pushing each other in the back, will ask to be drawn, then they will burst out laughing and scatter. (22) Otherwise, a young neighbor will come secretly and will singsongly complain about her share.

Answer: ___________________________________

Replace the word IMPACT from sentence No. 3 with a synonym, write down this word.

(1) The globe lives its own, unpredictable life, and complex processes take place on its surface. (2) What is happening to our planet? (3) Earth trembles under the influence of earthquakes. (4) People, settlements are dying.

Answer: ____________________________________________

6. Replace the colloquial word PULLED in sentence 10 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this word.

(7) Tatyana Lvovna’s grandson fell ill, she cannot leave him, and today they will bring firewood for the library. (8) And she sent a note. (9) Asks us to help. (10) We must remove them, because last time the firewood was stolen.

Answer: _______________________________________________

7. Replace the colloquial word antediluvian in sentence 10 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this word.

(7) There is no beach in Stalingrad, and we jump straight from the rafts into the fat, mother-of-pearl waves from oil. (8) The water is warm, as if heated. (9) Then we lie on the logs and, squinting, look at the Volga. (10) You can lie for hours and watch how rafts float somewhere, how oil stains shine, how an antediluvian steamer puffs, slapping its wheels.

Answer: _________________________________

8. Replace the word STUFF in sentence 15 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(10) Recently, in St. Petersburg, an enthusiastic student asked him what was the secret of his musical genius. (11) Tchaikovsky flushed, blushed – he could not accept this lofty word in relation to himself – and sharply replied: (12) “What is the secret? (13) In work. (14) And there is no secret at all. (15) I sit down at the piano, like a shoemaker sits down to make boots.

Answer:__________________________________

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.

Answer: ________________________

In sentence 22, replace the colloquial word THERMOSTER with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(21) After returning from work, my mother sat down in the corridor near the table with the phone and talked continuously with my father’s patients, colleagues and friends, whom I asked to call back during the day, and sometimes my grandmother “replaced” my mother at the phone. (22) Once I told the people who called that I broke the thermometer.

Answer: _________________________

11 Replace the vernacular word ILL in sentence 7 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(7) However, the ovaries were so small and the Christmas trees themselves were so sick that they could no longer cope with the difficult struggle for life and continue to grow.

Answer: ______________________

12.

Replace the colloquial word STARTED in sentence 15 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this word.

(15) Every morning, Anna Nikolaevna moved red paper flags on the map in our class, and last winter there, near Stalingrad itself, the flags got stuck at some kind of barrier. (16) Anna Nikolaevna then came gloomy, until the flags on the Volga suddenly stirred and began to move forward towards the border.

Answer: ________________ _

13. Replace the word DRAG in sentence 6 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(5) The seller frowned: it was not clear that they would return at least to buy something. (6) Why did he have to drag himself here, to such a distance, over the mountains?

Answer: __________________________

14. Replace the word DREYFIL in sentence 8 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(8) – It’s a shame, brother, it’s just a shame: I never seem to drift, and now I don’t know how to explain to you. (9) It’s a terrible thing, Lenka …

Answer: ___________________________

15. Replace the word FORCE in sentence 10 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(10) – He lost his appetite: last time he forced the boy to eat the third plate of lobio.

Answer: ____________________________________________

16. Replace the word FALL in sentence 24 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(20) – Hello! (21) What are we going to do today? she asked.

(22) – Today? (23) I’ll finish weeding corn for you, then a cow for grazing, then I’ll run to my uncle’s mill, and then my lessons, ”I said, interfering with Russian and Georgian words.

(24) – Well, go ahead! – the teacher blessed, and I started classes.

Answer: ____________________________________________

17. Replace the word POETRY in sentence 16 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(16) – You, I see, are composing poetry again, versifier?! – I suddenly heard right next to my ear.

Answer: ____________________________________________

18. Replace the word RIDE in sentence 31 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

(30) – Oh-oh-oh, Zuriko, hello, dear! (31) Roll down now and take a couple of bunches with you!

Answer: ____________________________________________

19. Replace in the text the author’s word SACRIFICE from sentence 36 with a synonymous common word or phrase of high style. Write this phrase.

– (30) Elena … (31) Perhaps … (32) No, I’m sure of it … (33) The girl is my grandfather’s sister, Baba Masha. (34) Maria Nikolaevna. (35) 3 eminent person. (36) Altar. (37) Holy soul.

Answer: ___________________________________

20. Replace the word BRAGGING from sentence 8 with a stylistically neutral synonym. Write this synonym.

– (3) Dad, – Tanya suddenly asked, as if by the way. – (4) Could you make a snowball and throw it to our window?

(5) We live on the sixth floor. (6) I thought. (7) Probably, he would have done it, but who knows.

(8) I didn’t want to brag, and even more so I didn’t want to lie.

Answer: ___________________________________

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