# Английский язык. Часть I. Коныгина Г.И - 11 стр.

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comparatively / emotionally / eventually / frequently / fundamentally / increas-
ingly/ individually / moderately / phenomenally / politically / rapidly / subse-
quently / technically/ unprecedentedly / tantalizingly
1. The original interview notes were lost.
2. The two sides reached an uneasy compromise.
3. The teacher decided to test each member of the group.
4. The high food prices were the cause of popular unrest.
5. The world is becoming interdependent.
6. It is recommended to bake cakes in a hot oven.
7. He found all the information he needed on the browsed site of the Internet.
8. The performance was so exciting that the audience became involved.
9. Journalists are supposed to be neutral.
10. As a musician, she is accomplished.
11. Henry Ford sold his Model T cars at a low price that ordinary people could
afford.
12. Though the authors arguments seem convincing, they are flawed.
13. Mozart, being a gifted child, wrote his first music at the age of six.
14. Unfortunately, the doctor was called too late and the disease was progressing.
15. The prisoner was constantly thinking about pleasant things that were out of
reach.
In the following sentences, choose the appropriate linking words showing
the logical relationship between sentences and within sentences.
1. In spite of / Even Dickens's will, which stipulates that no memorial be erected
to honour him, there is a life-size bronze statue of Charles Dickens in the
USA.
2. Owing to / In case the books about the adventures of Sherlock Holmes, de-
tective-story writer Conan Doyle became internationally famous.
3. Many talented people were born in Voronezh, among / thanks to them a Rus-
sian poet and novelist, Nobel laureate Ivan Bunin.
4. Whereas / For this reason Pushkins lyric poetry is delightful to the Russian
ear, it is considered to be untranslatable into foreign languages.
5. Therefore / Along with his famous short stories, Anton Chekhov also became
known for his dramatic work, including such pillars of the world theatrical
repertoire as Uncle Vanya (1897) and The Cherry Orchard (1903).
6. Although / So that Mikhail Lermontov was only 26 years old when he died,
he had proved his worth as a brilliant successor of Pushkin and an exponent
of the best traditions of Russian literature.
7. Instead of / Because of literary conventions against women writers, Emily
Dickinson, now recognized as a unique genius, published no more than a
handful of poems during her lifetime.
comparatively / emotionally / eventually / frequently / fundamentally / increas-
ingly/ individually / moderately / phenomenally / politically / rapidly / subse-
quently / technically/ unprecedentedly / tantalizingly

1. The original interview notes were lost.
2. The two sides reached an uneasy compromise.
3. The teacher decided to test each member of the group.
4. The high food prices were the cause of popular unrest.
5. The world is becoming interdependent.
6. It is recommended to bake cakes in a hot oven.
7. He found all the information he needed on the browsed site of the Internet.
8. The performance was so exciting that the audience became involved.
9. Journalists are supposed to be neutral.
10. As a musician, she is accomplished.
11. Henry Ford sold his Model T cars at a low price that ordinary people could
afford.
12. Though the author’s arguments seem convincing, they are flawed.
13. Mozart, being a gifted child, wrote his first music at the age of six.
14. Unfortunately, the doctor was called too late and the disease was progressing.
15. The prisoner was constantly thinking about pleasant things that were out of
reach.

In the following sentences, choose the appropriate linking words showing
the logical relationship between sentences and within sentences.

1. In spite of / Even Dickens's will, which stipulates that no memorial be erected
to honour him, there is a life-size bronze statue of Charles Dickens in the
USA.
2. Owing to / In case the books about the adventures of Sherlock Holmes, de-
tective-story writer Conan Doyle became internationally famous.
3. Many talented people were born in Voronezh, among / thanks to them a Rus-
sian poet and novelist, Nobel laureate Ivan Bunin.
4. Whereas / For this reason Pushkin’s lyric poetry is delightful to the Russian
ear, it is considered to be untranslatable into foreign languages.
5. Therefore / Along with his famous short stories, Anton Chekhov also became
known for his dramatic work, including such pillars of the world theatrical
repertoire as Uncle Vanya (1897) and The Cherry Orchard (1903).
6. Although / So that Mikhail Lermontov was only 26 years old when he died,
he had proved his worth as a brilliant successor of Pushkin and an exponent
of the best traditions of Russian literature.
7. Instead of / Because of literary conventions against women writers, Emily
Dickinson, now recognized as a unique genius, published no more than a
handful of poems during her lifetime.
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