Test 5. B11-B16. A New Kind of Transport.

Тест на словообразование

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Прочитайте приведенный ниже текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию группы B11-B16.
In the 1700's, one could travel across England by horse power, by boat (on rivers) or on foot. Try to imagine the shock of seeing the first train! There were no laws or regulations and no concern
about (ENVIRONMENT) issues either.

No one, even in their wildest (IMAGINE) had ever dreamed of such a thing. It is difficult now for us to appreciate how shocked they must have been.

Richard Trevithick is believed by many to be (RESPONSE) for the first train. The first journey was on February 21st 1804 and carried only iron and no passengers.

But he first ever passenger train in history set off from Swansea to the fishing village of Mumbles on March 25th, 1807. This journey marked the (ESTABLISH) of a new era.

The train drew many (VISIT) and some brave passengers. But many ran away as "the iron horse" blasted out steam and the whistle screamed.

Before the end of the 1820's — the first intercity service was taking passengers from Liverpool to Manchester. The transformation of the United Kingdom had begun. Journeys that previously took days by coach and horses were completed in hours. People who throughout their (LIVE) never travelled more than 20 miles from their birth place, finally began to see the country of their birth.

Задание составлено на основе пособия «Практикум по английскому языку» Е.Н. Соловова, John Parsons, «Центр изучения английского языка Елены Солововой», Москва, 2011
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