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Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям А21-А28, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов. Обведите номер выбранного вами варианта ответа. TEST  07 ( part 3)

 

 

Mr and Mrs Atkinson sat at the breakfast table. The toast was in its usual place, to the left of the teapot. And Mr Atkinson, as usual, wasn't in a A21 ……………….  mood. He was watching the news on TV as he chewed a piece of toast. Mrs Atkinson tried to cheer him A22 ……………., as she did every morning, usually without much success.

 

'I A23  ……………….  a very strange dream last night,' she said. 'You won the lottery.'

 

'Hmm?' Mr Atkinson responded, without taking his eyes from the TV screen.

 

'Yes,' his wife continued. 'You won millions of pounds and bought us a lovely house in the country.'

 

'No chance of that while I'm working for Simpson's,' he said. His wife A24  ……………….  No attention to his negative comment.

 

'Wouldn't it be wonderful, though, to live in the countryside, instead of in this flat?' Mr Atkinson smiled at the thought.

 

'Yes, it would be nice,' he said, before he frowned once more. 'But we'll never be able to A25 ……………….  it.' He stood up and went to collect his coat and briefcase. Mrs Atkinson sighed. Every week she bought a lottery ticket, and every week she checked the numbers. Of course, every week she was disappointed. She thought that maybe it was time to

 

A26 ……………….  up and just accept that this was her life. She sighed again. The TV news was A27 ……………….  toan end.

 

' ... and finally, here are this week's winning lottery numbers ... 17, 28, 29, 37, 40 and 42.'

 

Mrs Atkinson went white. She A28 ……………….  her breath for a moment, then walked over to her desk. She opened a drawer and, very calmly, pulled out a small piece of paper. It was a lottery ticket. Mr Atkinson came back into the room.

 

'Right. I'm off. I shouldn't be too late, so ... Wendy, are you all right?' Mrs Atkinson handed him the lottery ticket and then very slowly sat down. She buttered a slice of toast and chewed thoughtfully.

 

A21

1) high

2) good

3) strong

4) light

A22

1) round

2) out

3) off

4) up

A23

1) had

2) got

3) saw

4) took

A24

1) paid

2) put

3) gave

4) made

A25

1) cost

2) charge

3) afford

4) invest

A26

1) give

2) stop

3) turn

4) hang

A27

1) going

2) bringing

3) moving

4) coming

A28

1) kept

2) paused

3) held

4) saved

 


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