ЕГЭ: Задание 24 на высказывания и утверждения

Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A-F и утверждениями, данными в списке 1-7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение.

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1. Inspired by a fairy-tale.
2. Inspired by computer technologies.
3. Inspired by winter.
4. Inspired by misunderstanding.
5. Inspired by upset events.
6. Inspired by autumn colours.
7. Inspired by voices of nature.

A – 1
B – 5
C – 4
D – 2
E – 3
F – 7

Speaker A: The newly opened R.I.Ts. Karlson restaurant is aptly located on the top floor of a business centre. Occupying the top floor, it enjoys great views of the city, and the light, airy lay-out will really come into its own once the weather picks up. The waiting staff are wearing an easily recognizable elements of Karlson’s costume to keep the theme alive. A childlike imagination is applied to the food. Mashed potato, for example, comes in chimneys of pastry evoking that rooftop theme.

Speaker B: If you are interested in listening to or watching the news, you will know how much of daily news is … bad news. Murders, fires, natural disasters — you name it! But now there is a place where you can read only good news! Byron Reese from America was so fed up hearing bad news that he has founded a news website which only has good news. The website is called simply HappyNews.com. Check out it for yourself by going to www.happynews.com!

Speaker С: A British schoolgirl has written a guide to teenage slang after her parents complained they couldn’t understand her. She hopes the book clears up confusion. Some parents don’t understand their teenage children. More words come up every day and a lot are very creative. Her guide includes 300 teen words such as cotch down (sleep) or rago (OK). It also includes her three golden teen talk rules: never make eye contact when talking to a parent, always mumble inaudibly and try to include like in every sentence.

Speaker D: In a city that hosts many public events buying tickets for the evening’s entertainment can be quite a headache. Box office employees don’t always speak foreign languages, which can make the purchase a difficult task for newcomers to the city. Ordering tickets from websites often proves the easiest way to get seats at the theatre but there is likely to be a service charge to cover courier delivery. Most booking sites have a calendar which allows for a quick scan of possible events to book.

Speaker E: The Festival of Snow and Ice is the perfect place to go for a stroll if you have good boots and bundle up well. Some of the best ice sculptors came together to create more than 100 fantastic sculptures from more than 3 000 tonnes of snow and ice. In the Ice Age half characters from the popular movie keep kids entertained, and there’s also an ice aquarium with colourful plastic fish. The other half, Camelot, includes the sculptures of medieval-themed creatures such as dragons and are more ornate and intricate.

Speaker F: She is a unique artist in many ways. She revives ancient vocal techniques and derives inspiration from shamanism, mixing those with urban poetry. Steppes taught her to pray to the sky. Pine forests taught her to listen to the animals. Seas and rivers taught her meditative depth in singing. Before plunging into the underground art, she graduated the psychology department of the university and for many years worked in a hospital.