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vikylev011
vikylev011
20.08.2021 18:56 •  Английский язык

Write down questions and short answers to the following sentences. 1.i took my pet to scholl yesterday. 2.i put all my textbooks into my bag yesterday 3.we became good friends last summer. 4.i played football in the park yesterday. 5.i wanted to buy a can of coke yesterday.

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kresofbro
kresofbro
20.08.2021
1. Did you take my pet to scholl yesterday? No, I didn't.
2. Did you put all your textbooks into ypur bag yesterday? - Yes, I did.
3. Did we become good friends last summer? - Yes, we did.
4. Did you play football in the park yesterday? No, I didn't.
5. Did you want to buy a can of coke yesterday? No, I didn't.
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diken1
diken1
20.08.2021
Samuel Clemens, alias Mark Twain, is an American icon whose razor-sharp wit and inimitable genius have entertained countless readers for more than a century. His many publications include such gallant childhood essentials as The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, along with many dozens of other works ranging from airy magazine columns to focused, biting anti-imperialist satire. He was born in Hannibal, Missouri in 1835. The Clemens family consisted of two brothers, a sister, and the family-owned slave, Jenny, whose vivid storytelling was a formative influence on the young Sam. As he was growing up, his parents explained their perspective on the nature of things in the established South, about the slave-owning tradition, and about 'rough western justice.' 
Reflections of this pre-war southern upbringing are found in many of Twain's writings, and although his images are quite idyllic, one cannot ignore the constant historical reminders of some of America's more unacceptable social realities. 
Sam Clemens first discovered his literary talents through an apprenticeship at a local printing shop. He was exposed to countless books and became an avid reader. For him, a career in journalism was more than natural, but it wasn't until the marriage of his sister that Sam was inspired to real action. Bound by train, he left Hannibal for New York City. Shortly thereafter he found himself in Philadelphia, working in the publishing and journalism fields. 
Eventually he relocated to Cincinatti, with the intention of saving enough money to explore the Amazon by way of New Orleans. His method of travel was to be the fateful steamboat, and while contemplating his future, he discovered his deep internal connection with the Mississippi river. Suddenly, he knew he had to learn how to pilot steamboats, and this urge proved stronger than anything he had known before. Stronger, even, than the idea of explorations in South America. 
Some years later, after he had left the river to continue his journalistic career, Sam realized he needed a pen-name for the more comedic and fantastic columns he was writing. This was especially necessary since he had been dispatched to Carson City to report the activities of the Nevada legislature. He searched his memory for the proper association and remembered those halcyon river days. As his pen name, he chose a bit of the lingo, relating to the periodic measurement of the distance between the bottom of the steamboat and the riverbed. When the leadsman detected a depth of only twelve feet (two fathoms), he would sound the alert: 'By the maaa-ark, twain!' 
While working in Carson City he met his mentor, the popular humorist Artemus Ward, who recognized Clemens' talent and encouraged him to write 'as much as possible.' Mark Twain did precisely that. 
Clemens married, and his finely-honed abilities earned him international renown as a writer, lecturer and traveller. Along the way, he composed some of the best-loved and most widely known literature of 19th-century America. As the chancellor of Oxford University told an aged Clemens in 1907: 'Most amiable and charming sir, you shake the sides of the whole world with your merriment.' 
Mark Twain spent the remaining three years completing his official autobiography, concluding with the death of his beloved wife. Four months later, on the evening of 10 April 1910, he flipped through a book and bade his doctor 'goodbye'. Thence he drifted into eternal slumber. 
Mr. Clemens lives on in the hearts and minds of grateful readers everywhere.Оценка:  Рейтинг: Это лучший ответ
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raia0202
raia0202
20.08.2021
Abbey Road Street Abbey Road is located in North London. The Abbey Road Studios, located in the south-eastern end of the street - it is the place where the Beatles made 90% of their records. In April 1969, they teamed up to record their final album and called it the "Abbey Road". This album became their most sellable work with the legendary image of a pedestrian crossing on the cover, is also located close to the studio. Today, most of the tourists come here to create their own album cover Abbey Road Перевод: Эбби-Роуд Улица Эбби-Роуд расположена на севере Лондона. The Abbey Road Studios, расположенная в юго-восточном конце улицы — именно то место, где Битлз сделали 90% своих записей. В апреле 1969 они объединились, чтобы записать их заключительный альбом и назвали его “Эбби-Роуд”. Этот альбом стал их наиболее продаваемой работой, с легендарным изображением пешеходного перехода на обложке, также расположенного недалеко от студии. Сегодня туристы чаще всего приезжают сюда, чтобы создать их собственную обложку альбома Эбби-Роуд
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