Specify a sentence in which you need to put only one comma. (No punctuation marks.)

In which row is the stressed vowel of the root missing in all the words?

1) create … wat, l … action, shut up … 3) ser … al, d … document, presentation …

2) proven … ncial, fragment … ntar, c … lindr

In which row in all words at the place of the gap is the same letter written?

1) boots prom …. cabins, exchange …. throw pancakes into sour cream, cf … listen to the ground 3) r … vnina, ur … attention, create …

2) r … stoker, prom … katny paper, r … vesnik

In which row in all words is the same letter missing?

1) opt … mist, per … feria, suv … renitet 3) mustache … ny, peer … nickname, whip … kick

2) pl … background, p … ragraf, zag … red

In the words of which row is O written at the place of the pass?

1) w…h, canvas… 3) w…se, night…vka

2) credit … t, thickening … nka 4) sch … naked, oven … ny

In the words of which row is O written at the place of the pass?

1) general …, yet … 3) j … ul, krush … n

2) sh … roh, tush … nka 4) sh … colade, psh … nka

In what series of words is the same letter missing?

1) pr … let down, pr … shame, not pr … give meaning 3) pr … lie, pr … overcome, pr … feed

2) pr … uplift, pr … close, pr … humble. 4) pr … smack, pr … privilege, pr … submit

In which row in all words is the same letter missing?

1) ar … ergard, present … to reveal, pre … examination 3) from … mother, pro … grysh, pre … July

2) unsuitable … suitable, pr … vet, pr … privilege

In which row in all words is the same letter missing?

1) pr … stige, pr … to roll, pr … anteroom

2) neither … cast down, bottom … bottom, ra … light 4) trans … early, heavenly … famous, from … say

In which row in all words at the place of the gap is the letter E written?

1) about the slightest … possibility …, about a brilliant … dome .. 3) without a New Year … tree …, at a concert …

2) in a distant … village …, about the highest … th benefits … 4) in a good … mood …., over a sleeping … m baby … m

In which row in all words at the place of the gap is the letter E written?

1) about the early … m times …, at the last … session … 3) about the lulling … m look …, before the decisive … meeting … th

2) in the operating … dispensaries …, in the higher …. schools … 4) in the long … m voyage …, about the autumn … wedding …

In what word is NN written at the place of the pass?

1) silver … spoons 3) carved … clearing

2) wrought iron 4) curtain window … o

In what word is NN written at the place of the pass?

1) weak … th road 3) sowing … winter crops

2) fresh-frozen … meat 4) powerful … cobbled road

In what word is NN written at the place of the pass?

1) applications are considered … s 3) worn … things

2) painting … oil painting landscape 4) tin … cans

In which row is the letter Y missing in both cases?

1) an eagle … flying over the steppe, they will go … on their way

2) self-adhesive … wallpaper, wheels spinning … 4) chasing … dogs chasing a hare, cleanly breeze …

In which sentence is the letter I written at the place of the gap?

1) Soon after the treatment, he recovered … l. 3) The body was dehydrated during the illness..

2) After the fire, the neighbor lost his dacha and homelessness … l. 4) The feat of a soldier is immortal … l.

In which row is the letter Y missing in both cases?

1) a seemingly sinner, they drank. „t firewood 3) they are rarely seen …, perishable … perishable goods

2) that … snow, winds ve … t 4) fighting … for justice, spinning … spinning top

In which sentence is NOT written separately with the word?

1) There were long (not) subsiding volleys. 3) Upon admission to the institute, he (did not) get points.

2) He looked (un)comprehendingly. 4) The bird, almost (not) noticeable in the branches, sang.

In which sentence is NOT written together with the word?

1) (Despite) rainy weather, the tour still took place. 3) The answer was (not) substantiated.

2) We were watered for a minute (not) stopping rain. 4) (Not) restraining herself, she began to cry.

In which sentence is the underlined word written separately?

1) I want you to give me advice 3) I came to you for a minute to invite you to visit.

2) What (would) be interesting to read? 4) You need to read a lot in order to know a lot.

Specify a sentence in which you need to put only one comma. (No punctuation marks.)

1) The waters are beautiful both in the east and in the south and in the silence of our northern forests.

2) Reddish swamps are interspersed with rye stubble, black stripes, or bright spots of winter crops.

3) I saw only the tops of the willow and the winding edge of the opposite bank.

4) There were rainy summer and autumn.

21. In which answer option are all the numbers correctly indicated, in the place of which commas should be in the sentence?

The sea merged with the blue sky there and sleeps soundly (1) reflecting in itself the transparent fabric of the clouds (2) that do not hide (3) the golden patterns of the stars.

1) 1.3 2) 2.3 3) 1.2 4) 1, 2.3

22. Which sentence has separate members? (No punctuation marks)

1) Through the rare trees, a yard flooded with moonlight was visible.

2) Clouds settling in snowy hills on the edges of mountains fly to the west.

3) Finally, he saw a road turning to the left and a covered ambulance driving on it to a fork.

4) She stood on her hips.

23. Indicate the correct explanation for the comma or its absence in the sentence:

Early morning is in full swing ( ) and one breathes like spring easily and joyfully.

1) A simple sentence with homogeneous members, before the union And a comma is needed.

2) A compound sentence, before the union And a comma is needed.

3) A compound sentence, before the union And no comma is needed.

4) A simple sentence with homogeneous members, Ina needs a comma before the union.

24. Indicate the correct explanation for the use of a comma or its absence in the sentence:

Bright lightning twitched the sky ( ) and I saw a smoky cloud over the window.

1) A simple sentence with homogeneous members, before the union And a comma is needed.

2) A simple sentence with homogeneous members, before the union And a comma is not needed.

3) A compound sentence, before the union And a comma is not needed.

4) A compound sentence, before the union And a comma is needed.

25. In which answer option are all the numbers correctly indicated, in the place of which commas should be in the sentence?

In the picture there will be only (1) rain-washed (2) wet meadow under a huge sky, several trees and (3) running on wet grass (4) shadows of gray clouds (5) driven by the wind.

1) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 2) 1, 3, 5 3) 5 4) 2, 4

26. In which answer option are all the numbers correctly indicated, in the place of which commas should be in the sentence?

The garden (1) became more and more thin and turning into a real meadow (2) descended to (3) a river overgrown with green reeds and willows (4).

1) 1, 2, 3, 4 2) 2 3) 3, 4 4) 1, 2

27. In which answer option are all the numbers correctly indicated, in the place of which commas should be in the sentence?

The road (1) turning to the right (2) went through a huge field (3) sown with spring crops (4) and went deep into the forest.

1) 1, 2, 3, 4 2) 2, 3 3) 1, 4 4) 1, 2

28. In which answer option are all the numbers correctly indicated, in the place of which commas should be in the sentence?

Once I was fishing on a small lake (1) whose steep banks (2) were (3) densely overgrown with tenacious brambles.

1) 1 2) 2 3) 1, 3 4) 1, 2

29. In which answer option are all the numbers correctly indicated, in the place of which commas should be in the sentence?

Thinking provides a person’s ability (1) to respond correctly to a new situation (2) to resolve (3) which (4) there is no ready-made recipe.

1) 1, 3 2) 2, 4 3) 2, 3, 4 4) 2

30. In which answer option are all the numbers correctly indicated, in place of which commas should be in the sentence?

In “The Fatalist” (1), Pechorin talks about an incident (2) that he (4) witnessed (3).

1) 1, 3 2) 2 3) 1, 4 4) 2, 4

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