Упражнение 87 на грамматическое преобразование (ЕГЭ)

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Acceptable Behaviour in England

The English are said to be reserved in manners, dress and speech. They are famous for their politeness, self-discipline and especially for their sense of humour. Basic politeness (please, thank you, excuse me) ___EXPECT___.

You may be called by many different “affectionate” names, according to which part of England you are visiting. ___OFFEND___, this is quite normal.

When being entertained at ___SOMEONE___; home it is nice to take a gift for the host and hostess. A bottle of wine, bunch of flowers or chocolates are all acceptable.

There are a lot of DOs and DON’Ts (taboos) in England.

In England they like to form orderly queues (standing in line) and wait patiently for their turn. It is usual to queue when required, and expected that you will take your correct turn and not push in front. “Queue jumping” ___FROWN___ upon.

It is impolite for men to wear hats indoors especially in churches. If someone is blocking your way and you would like them to move, say “excuse me” and they ___MOVE___ out of your way.

It is very good manners to say “please” and “thank you”. It ___CONSIDER___ rude if you don’t. When you are the first to be introduced to someone, shake their right hand with your own right hand.

A smiling face is a welcoming face.

Do not greet people with a kiss: they only kiss people who are close friends and relatives. Avoid ___TALK___ loudly in public. It is impolite to stare at anyone in public.

Privacy is highly regarded.

Acceptable Behaviour in England

The English are said to be reserved in manners, dress and speech. They are famous for their politeness, self-discipline and especially for their sense of humour. Basic politeness (please, thank you, excuse me) IS EXPECTED.

You may be called by many different “affectionate” names, according to which part of England you are visiting. DO NOT BE OFFENDED, this is quite normal.

When being entertained at SOMEONE’S; home it is nice to take a gift for the host and hostess. A bottle of wine, bunch of flowers or chocolates are all acceptable.

There are a lot of DOs and DON’Ts (taboos) in England.

In England they like to form orderly queues (standing in line) and wait patiently for their turn. It is usual to queue when required, and expected that you will take your correct turn and not push in front. “Queue jumping” WILL BE FROWNED (или IS FROWNED) upon.

It is impolite for men to wear hats indoors especially in churches. If someone is blocking your way and you would like them to move, say “excuse me” and they WILL MOVE out of your way.

It is very good manners to say “please” and “thank you”. It IS CONSIDERED rude if you don’t. When you are the first to be introduced to someone, shake their right hand with your own right hand.

A smiling face is a welcoming face.

Do not greet people with a kiss: they only kiss people who are close friends and relatives. Avoid TALKING loudly in public. It is impolite to stare at anyone in public.

Privacy is highly regarded.