Напишите 18 вопросов на к следующему тексту который дан ниже. вопросы для 10 класса по россии. вопросы желательно на написать. hob : do you remember, sir, that at our last lesson before the holidays you promised to let me the story of my first day in england? mr. priestley : i remember it vey well; and so now, at our very first lesson, we are all waiting to hear what you have to tell us. hob : thank you, sir. well, my first impressions of england are connected with food. lucille : you don't need to tell us that! hob : and, strange to say, they are of how an english breakfast beat me. frieda : you don't really expect us to believe that, do you, hob? hob : well, it's quite true. of course, it was some time ago and, though i say it myself, i'm a better man now than i was then, but, honestly, i was beaten. but let me begin at the beginning. * * *when i left the train at victoria station my first impression was of rain and fog and people with umbrellas. a taxi-cab, which might have been used by lot and his family as they left sodom and gomorrah, took me and my luggage and struggled bravely through the traffic. and what traffic and what crowds! i had never believed my geography teacher when he told us there were more people in london than in the whole of my country . i thought he had just said it to make his lesson more interesting, but i believed him now. however, i got to my little hotel at last, and the first thing that took my eye was the porter, a big fat man with a round pink face like an advertisement for babies' food. then i met the manager. he rubbed his hands all the time as if he was washing them, and smiled withour stopping. what he said i could not understand, though i had learned english at school. i said to myself, " perhaps he doesn't speak it vey well - some english people don't." but i tod him my name, and he smiled again and told one of the little boys with brass buttons to show me up to my room. ten minutes later i was lying in a hot bath washing off the last dusty reminders of the continent; another ten minutes and i was under the bedclothes and fast asleep.
2) Are quality newspapers or popular newspapers broadsheet in format?
3) What is the difference between popular newspapers and quality newspapers?
4) Popular newspapers are cheaper than quality newspapers, aren't they?
5) What is "The Times" famous for?
6) Does "The Independent" cover international news or sports?
7) What is "The Financial Times" specialized in?
8) What are the most popular tabloids?
9) Do women give priority to "The Daily Star"?
10) What is the most serious tabloid?
4)4 предложение ,( 3 основы.)
1 Hob was hungry when he woke the next morning, wasn't he?
2 Who seemed to have a hole instead of a stomach?
3 What did Hob do after he woke up?
4 Why did he dress quickly?
5 Did he hurry to the dining-room or to the swimming-pool?
6 What did the dining-room look like?
7 It was a small room, wasn't it?
8 How many windows were there?
9 Did Hob like the wallpaper in the dining-room?
10 What had Hob been told about the hotel before he went to London?
11 The hotel wasn't beautiful, was it?
12 Had Hob been told that the food at the hotel was good?
13 What did Hob want at that moment?
1 It was time to go home, wasn't it?
2 Where did they find themselves after they turned down one path?
3 Whose mind was confused?
4 Was Frieda frightened?
5 What did she ask several old ladies for?
6 Did she understand the ladies?
7 Frieda wandered on till she came to a big open place, didn't she?
8 Where were men that Frieda saw standing?
9 Were people listening to the speakers?
10 Who was singing loudly and earnestly?
11 Was Frieda surprised or shocked?
12 There is nothing else like the famous Hyde Park meeting in all the world, isn't there?
1 What did Hob ask Mr. Priestley about?
2 Did Hob tell the story of his first day in England or Italy?
3 Were Hob's first impressions of England connected with food?
4 Lucille wasn't surprised that Hob's story was connected with food, was she?
5 Was Hob going to tell a story how an English breakfast beat him?
6 Where did Hob leave the train when he arrived in London?
7 Was the weather fine?
8 How did Hob get to his hotel?
9 Why was Hob impressed by the traffic?
10 Who told Hob there were more people in London than in the whole of his country?
11 Did Hob stay at a big hotel?
12 What did Hob say about the porter in the hotel?
13 Who else did Hob meet at the hotel?
14 Did Hob understand the manager well?
15 A little boy showed Hob up to his room, didn't he?
16 What did Hob do before going to bed?
1 Where did Frieda come to London from? (Откуда приехала в Лондон Фрида?)
2 Frieda had never lived in a big city before she came to London, hadn't she? (Фрида никогда не жила в большом городе до своего приезда в Лондон, не так ли?)
3 What was the weather like on Frieda's first day in London? (Какая была погода в первый день нахождения Фриды в Лондоне?)
4 Who was Anthony? (Кто такой Энтони?)
5 Where did Frieda and Anthony go for a walk? (Куда Фрида и Энтони пошли гулять?)
6 Did she find her way to the gardens easily? (Легко ли она нашла дорогу в сад?)
7 The trees in the gardens were just bursting into leaf, weren't they? (На деревьях в саду как раз появлялась листва, не так ли?)
8 Were there any beds of spring flowers in the grass? (Были ли в траве клумбы с весенними цветами?)
9 Were people in spring or winter clothes walking about? (Люди гуляли в весенней или зимней одежде?)
10 What surprised Frieda when she saw people walking in the gardens? (Что удивило Фриду, когда она увидела людей, гуляющих по саду?)
11 What else did Frieda see in the gardens? (Что еще видела Фрида в саду?)
12 Frieda and Anthony lost their way and found themselves in Hyde Park, didn't they?
13 Did Frieda understand the old ladies? (Фрида поняла старушек?)
14 What were people doing in Hyde Park? (Что делали люди в Гайд-парке?)
1 Who asked Olaf how much longer he was staying in England?
2 Was Olaf going to stay there for one or two years?
3 What was Pedro going to do when he left Mr. Priestley's?
4 Pedro wanted to go to Cambridge, didn't he?
5 What countries had Pedro been to before he came to England?
6 Why did he go to Paris?
7 Did Pedro meet any interesting people in London?
8 What was Olaf going to do after leaving England?
9 Was he going to travel or start working?
10 Was he going into his father's or his uncle's business?
11 What kind of business did his father have?
12 Did Olaf like the idea about working in an office?
13 Who wanted to be an artist and paint pictures?
14 How old was Olaf when he wanted to be an artist?
1 Who asked Olaf to tell his story?
2 What did Olaf's father say when Olaf told him he wanted to become an artist?
3 The art teacher refused to teach Olaf because it was a waste of time, didn't he?
4 Was Olaf upset about the teacher's decision?
5 What did Olaf do then?
6 Olaf's father wanted him to spend a year at his office, didn't he?
7 Why did Mr. Petersen want to send Olaf to Mr. Priestley?
8 Was Mr. Priestley a friend of Olaf's father's?
9 Did their company do any business with England?
10 Did Olaf want to manage a shipping business in London or in Stockholm?
11 Did Olaf's father want to retire in five or ten tears' time?
12 What was Olaf's father's name?
13 What story did Hob tell?
14 Who was his story about?
15 Was Hiram Boost a very wealthy American?
16 What did Boost buy in England?
17 Why did he come to Miguel Macasso?
18 What plan did Boost have?
19 Did he manage to take the picture to New York?
20 What was discovered under the painting of the "old master"?
1 Who came hurrying up?
2 What had Hob done before he came downstairs?
3 How many times had he looked in his dictionary?
4 Had he tried to get the right pronunciation of the word "breakfast"?
5 Why did Hob's mouth ache?
6 Did the waiter ask Hob anything?
7 Did Hob understand the waiter?
8 What did Hob say to the waiter?
9 The waiter shook his head, bowed and went away, didn't he?
10 Did the waiter bring the manager or the barman with him?
11 What did Hob write on the table napkin?
12 Were the waiter and the manager surprised?
13 What did the waiter bring?
14 Did Hob drink any tea?
15 How much tea did he drink?
16 Did he eat any butter and marmalade?
17 The waiter brought another tray with a huge portion of bacon and eggs, didn't he?
18 What did Hob do with the bacon and eggs?
1 Who painted a picture?
2 Hob showed his picture to an artist, didn't he?
3 What was the artist's name?
4 What did the artist say about the picture?
5 Was Macasso a funny or strange fellow?
6 Once Macasso wanted to paint a fisherman's portrait, didn't he?
7 Where did he see the fisherman?
8 Who went to tell the fisherman that Mr. Macasso wanted to paint him?
9 Did the man agree to be painted?
10 How much did the artist want to pay the man?
11 The man still hesitated, didn't he?
12 What did Hob say to the fisherman?
13 What did the man answer?