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<question1> What is the subject of the History of the English Language?
<variantright> development of the vocabulary
<variant> generalized status
<variant> specific language
<variant> generative model
<variant> lexical level
<question1> Development of the vocabulary is the ….. of the History of the
English Language
<variantright> subject
<variant> branch
<variant> variant
<variant> type
<variant> construction
<question1> Find the subject of the History of the English Language
<variantright> main changes in the phonetic structure of the language at
different stages
<variant> only one functional variety of the language
<variant> the historical events that took place in Europe
<variant> all the functional varieties of the language
<variant> theoretical and general notions of the English language
<question1> What is the aim of the History of the English Language?
<variantright> to study the changes of the English Language
<variant> to study derivative meanings
<variant> to read non-verbal communication
<variant> to write regular repetition of units
<variant> to study expressive means
<question1> Study of changes of English Language is … of the HEL
<variantright> aim
<variant> equivalent
<variant> totality
<variant> process
<variant> similarity
<question1> In what century were dated the earliest written texts in English?
<variantright> in the 7th century
<variant> in the 3rd century
<variant> in the 5th century
<variant> in the 10th century
<variant> in the 2nd century
<question1> What were dated in the 7th century in the History of the English
Language?
<variantright> the earliest written texts in English
<variant> polysemantic words
<variant> the language of the scientific prose
<variant> monosemantic words
<variant> semantic characteristics of the words
<question1> With what disciplines is interconnected the History of the English
Language?
<variantright> General Linguistics
<variant> physics
<variant> chemistry
<variant> p
<variant> biology
<question1> How is General Linguistics interconnected with The History of the
EL
<variantright> provides general linguistic laws and rules valid for a language
<variant> studies the historical events of the country influence on the language
<variant> provides lexicological notions and lexical phenomena
<variant> provides phonetic notions and explain phonetic phenomena
<variant> provides us with grammatical notions to understand
<question1> What is the aim of General Linguistics?
<variantright> to provide us with general linguistic laws and rules valid for a
language
<variant> to provide with main lexical phenomena
<variant> to provide us with grammatical notions and help understand
grammatical phenomena
<variant> to provide us with main phonetic notions and help to explain phonetic
phenomena
<variant> to study the events of the country influence on this country
<question1> How is History interconnected with The History of the EL?
<variantright> studies the historical events of the country influence on the
language of this country
<variant> linguistic laws and rules valid for a language
<variant> grammatical notions and helps understand grammatical phenomena
<variant> phonetic notions and helps to explain phonetic phenomena
<variant> lexicological notions and helps understand lexical phenomena
<question1> What is the aim of the discipline of HEL?
<variantright> to study the historical events of the country
<variant> logical notions and helps understand lexical phenomena
<variant> to understand grammatical phenomena provide
<variant> to help phonetic phenomena with main phonetic notions
<variant> to provide us with general rules valid for a language
<question1> What is the aim of Theoretical Phonetics?
<variantright> provide literature and help to explain phenomena
<variant> events of the country influence on the language of this country
<variant> provide us with general linguistic laws and rules valid for a language
<variant> provide us with grammatical notions and help understand grammatical
phenomena
<variant> provides us with main lexicological notions and lexical phenomena
<question1> How are Cultural Studies interconnected with The History of the EL?
<variantright>helps understand better interrelation of culture and the
language of the country
<variant> provides with general phonetic laws and rules valid for a language
<variant> studies the historical events of the country influence on the language of
this country
<variant> provides us with main phonetic notions and helps to explain phonetic
phenomena
<variant> provides us with grammatical notions and helps understand grammatical
phenomena
<question1> The verbs formed by changing the stem vowel in OE are known as:
<variantright>strong verbs
<variant>weak verbs
<variant>auxiliary verbs
<variant>modal verbs
<variant>complex verbs
<question1> The strong verbs fall into ___ patterns:
<variantright> 7
<variant>6
<variant>3
<variant>8
<variant>5
<question1> Cura Pastoralis was written by:
<variantright> Pope Gregory
<variant>Alfred
<variant>J.Chauсer
<variant>Bishop Æthelwold
<variant>Edward II
<question1> Vowels were lowered by one level in height during what period:
<variantright> The Norman conquest
<variant>Alfred reign
<variant>Danish invasion
<variant>Weren’t lowered at all
<variant>Scandinavian invasion
<question1> The Salic Law
<variantright> didn’t allow the inheritance through the female line
<variant>proclaimed the establishment of standard English
<variant>prohibited the use of French in England
<variant>proclaimed the rules of wool export
<variant>prohibited the use of German in England
<question1> Historic present tense appeared in:
<variantright> Middle English
<variant>Old English
<variant>Modern English
<variant>Early Middle English
<variant> New English
<question1> The main change in adjectives during 13-15th centuries is:
<variantright> loss of inflections
<variant>loss of weak and strong class
<variant>the appearance of demonstrative adjectives
<variant>disappearance of demonstrative adjectives
<variant>appearance of inflections
<question1> What is the aim of Cultural Studies?
<variantright>to help to understand better the interrelation of culture and
language of the country
<variant> to provide us with general linguistic laws and rules valid for a language
<variant> to provide notions and help understand grammatical rules
<variant> to help with main phonetic notions and explain phonetic phenomena
<variant> to read the events of the country influence on the language
<question1> How is Literature interconnected with The History of the EL?
<variantright>provides us with the piece of literature of the language
<variant> provides us with main phonetic notions phenomena
<variant> notions and helps understand grammatical phenomena
<variant> lexicological notions and helps understand lexical phenomena
<variant> studies the historical events of the country influence of the language
<question1> What is the aim of Literature?
<variantright>to provide us with the piece of literature of the language
<variant> to study the influence language of this country and events of the country
<variant> to study us with laws and rules valid for a language
<variant> to understand grammatical phenomena and notions
<variant> to write notions and helps understand lexical phenomena
<question1> When did the Celtic Invasion take place?
<variantright>In the 7th c. BC
<variant> in the 5th century
<variant> after the 8th century
<variant> in the middle 6th c.
<variant> in the 3rd century
<question1> What took place in the 7th c. BC in Britain?
<variantright>Celtic Invasion
<variant> Normans Conquest
<variant> Expansion of the British Empire
<variant> Introduction of Printing
<variant> New English language
<question1> When did the Norman Conquest happen?
<variantright>1066
<variant> 890
<variant> 572
<variant> 685
<variant> 327
<question1> What happened in 1066 in Britain?
<variantright>Norman Conquest
<variant> Introduction of Printing
<variant> Romanses
<variant> British Empire
<variant> English language
<question1> What language did the Celts speak before the Roman Invasion?
<variantright>Celtic dialects
<variant> Old English Dialects
<variant> Latin
<variant> Middle English Dialects
<variant> Scandinavian Dialects
<question1> Which language did the Romans bring to Britain?
<variantright>Latin
<variant> Chinese
<variant> Russian
<variant> Celtic
<variant> Norman
<question1> Which language did the Normans bring to Britain?
<variantright>French
<variant> Korean
<variant> Russian
<variant> Celtic
<variant> Spanish
<question1> What language did the Scandinavians speak?
<variantright>Scandinavian Dialects
<variant> Keltic dialects
<variant> Spanish dialects
<variant> Latin dialects
<variant> Italic dialects
<question1> Language is a ……… phenomenon
<variantright>historical
<variant> economic
<variant> religious
<variant> entertaining
<variant> secondary
<question1>Ben Jonson said about him “he was not for an age but for all time”
<variant>Shakespeare
<variant>Caesar
<variant>Twain
<variant>Jack London
<variant>Geoffrey Chaucer
<question1> The History of the EL subdivided into
<variantright>4 periods
<variant> 3 periods
<variant> 7 periods
<variant> 2 periods
<variant> 6 periods
<question1> The first period of the History of the EL
<variantright>V-XI century
<variant> XI-XV century
<variant> 1066
<variant> XV-now
<variant> 372
<question1> The second period of the History of the EL
<variantright>XI-XV century
<variant> XV-now
<variant> V-XI century
<variant> 372
<variant> IV-VII century
<question1> Many of Shakespeare’s tragedies devoted to many themes. Find error
<variant>evil
<variant>society
<variant>the natural power
<variant>institution of monarchy
<variant> conclusion was the monarchy
<question1>Which historian wrote “The Ecclesiastical History of the English
People”?
<variantright> Bede the Venerable
<variant> Flavius Josephus,
<variant> Xenophon
<variant> Quintus Fabius Pictor
<variant> Henry Condel
<question1> The third period of the History of the EL
<variantright>XV- XVIII
<variant> 372
<variant> V-XI century
<variant> 1066
<variant> XI-XV century
<question1> The last period of the History of the EL
<variantright>XV-now
<variant> V-XI century
<variant> 372
<variant> 1066
<variant> XI-XV century
<question1> The cases against Shakespeare’s authorship
<variant>His parents were uneducated
<variant>the professional actor, playwright, writer couldn’t be uneducated
<variant>some writers of that time such as John Hamings, JohnWebster
<variant>in some of Shakespeare’s works were given facts about his biography
<variant>his language differs from those of the University Wits
<question1> XI­XV centuries are …… period of the History of the EL
<variantright>the second
<variant> the first
<variant> the last
<variant> the fourth
<variant> the fifth
<question1> XV­now is …… period of the History of the EL
<variantright>the third
<variant> the fourth
<variant> the fifth
<variant> the second
<variant> the first
<question1> What is the Outer History?
<variantright>events in the life and history of the people speaking the
language
<variant> gradation of vowels
<variant> territorial designation of the dialects of the language
<variant> the description of the changes in the language itself
<variant> mutation and phonetic assimilation of sounds
<question1> Events in the life and history of the people speaking the language
belong to
<variantright> outer History
<variant> ablaut
<variant> gradation
<variant> umlaut
<variant> inner history
<question1> What is the Inner History?
<variantright>the description of the changes in the language itself
<variant> gradation of vowels
<variant> events in the life and history of the people speaking the language
<variant> territorial designation of the dialects of the language
<variant> mutation and phonetic assimilation of sounds
<question1> The description of the changes in the language itself
<variantright>inner history
<variant> out history
<variant> gradation
<variant> outer History
<variant> ablaut
<question1> What language family does the English language belong to?
<variantright>Indo-European
<variant> Japonic
<variant> Niger–Congo
<variant> Tai–Kadai
<variant> Dravidian
<question1> What subdivision of the Indo-European family does the English
language belong ?
<variantright>to Germanic
<variant> to Slavic
<variant> to Phrygian
<variant> to Baltic
<variant> to Hellenic
<question1> The English Language belongs to
<variantright>Indo-European family, Germanic subdivision
<variant> Austronesian family, Mayotte subdivision
<variant> Indo-European family, Baltic subdivision
<variant> Indo-European family, Phrygian subdivision
<variant> Sino-Tibetan family, Laos subdivision
<question1> Find the feature of the Old Germanic languages
<variantright>strong and dynamic stress on the first syllable
<variant> strong and dynamic stress on the third syllable
<variant> strong and dynamic stress on the 6th syllable
<variant> strong and dynamic stress on the second syllable
<variant> strong and dynamic stress on the ninth syllable
<question1> What is Ablaut?
<variantright>gradation of vowels
<variant> evolution of the grammatical system
<variant> an intentional intensification
<variant> structural property
<variant> an abstract pattern
<question1> The History of the EL begins
<variantright>at V A.D.
<variant> at IV c.
<variant> at VII B.C.
<variant> at IV c.
<variant> at III c.
<question1> Find the Germanic tribe which invaded Britain
<variantright>Angles
<variant> Celts
<variant> Romans
<variant> Phoenicians
<variant> Astures
<question1> What type of the Germanic languages does the EL belong to?
<variantright> west Germanic languages
<variant> north Germanic languages
<variant> south Germanic languages
<variant> east Germanic languages
<variant> none of them
<question1> What is the Runic?
<variantright>Ancient Germanic alphabet
<variant> Ancient Chinese alphabet
<variant> Germanic tribe
<variant> Roman invadors
<variant> Scandinvaian language
<question1> How was called the Runes earlier?
<variantright>Futhark
<variant> Etruscan
<variant> Orthodox
<variant> Orkhon-Yenisey
<variant> Marsiliana
<question1> How many letters does the Runic alphabet consist of?
<variantright>26
<variant> 35
<variant> 17
<variant> 21
<variant> 47
<question1> The Runic alphabet belongs to
<variantright>Germans
<variant> Romans
<variant> Celts
<variant> Iberians
<variant> Picts
<question1> What does the word Runa mean?
<variantright>mystery
<variant> knowledge
<variant> outlook
<variant> science
<variant> book
<question1> The Ancient Germanic alphabet, which consists of 26 letters
<variantright>Runes
<variant> Marsiliana
<variant> Orthodox
<variant> South Etruscan
<variant> Orkhon-Yenisey
<question1> Who were the Normans originally?
<variantright>Scandinavian tribe
<variant> Italian tribe
<variant> Indian tribe
<variant> Roman tribe
<variant> Germanic tribe
<question1>How many centuries did Edward the Confessor rule the country?
<variantright>for more than 3 centuries
<variant> for 1 century
<variant> for 60 years
<variant> for 2centuries
<variant> for 63 years
<question1> When did the battle of Hastings take place?
<variantright>October 14, 1066
<variant> May 30, 947
<variant> December 5, 547
<variant> September 21, 612
<variant> June 10, 378
<question1> Which battle happened on the 14th October, 1066?
<variantright>the battle of Hastings
<variant> the battle of Nördlingen
<variant> the battles of Fairhope
<variant> the battle of Squad
<variant> the battle of Isonzo
<question1> What is the aim of the discipline of History?
<variantright>to study the historical events of the country influence on the
language of this country
<variant> to study main lexicological notions lexical phenomena
<variant> to provide us with grammatical notions grammatical phenomena
<variant> to explain and provide us with main notions and phenomena
<variant> to learn linguistic laws and rules valid for a language
<question1> How is Lexicology interconnected with The History of the EL?
<variantright>provides us with main lexicological notions and helps
understand lexical phenomena
<variant> provides with grammatical notions and helps understand grammatical
phenomena
<variant> provides us with main phonetic notions and helps to explain phonetic
phenomena
<variant> providing with general cultural laws and rules valid for a language
<variant> studies the historical events of the country influence on the language of
this country
<question1> From the first century AD until the beginning of the fifth century AD
Britain was a …….
<variantright> Rome province
<variant> France province
<variant> Spain province
<variant> Scots province
<variant> province
<question1> How many people is the Dutch language spoken by?
<variantright>20 million
<variant> 200 miliion
<variant> 90 million
<variant> 120 million
<variant> 60 million
<question1> How many people is the Frisian language spoken by?
<variantright>400 thousand
<variant> 21 million
<variant> 800 thousand
<variant> 5 million
<variant> 13 million
<question1> Find the letter which was borrowed from the Runic Alphabet
<variant> [æ]
<variant> [P]
<variant> [U]
<variant> [G]
<question1>What was written by Shakespeare in the 4th period of created activity?
<variant>Drama
<variant>Tragedies
<variant>Comedies
<variant>Histories
<variant>Tragicomedies
<question1> The subject of The History of the English Language is:
<variantright> main changes in the phonetic structure, the growth and
development of the vocabulary.
<variant> to understand better the connection between the culture and the language
<variant> different points of view on the problem of language origin
<variant> the linguistic situation in the country greatly
<variant> history explains many features of present-day language
<question1> The Old English manuscript gives the examples of
<variant> glosses to Gospels and other religious texts
<variant> poems and books
<variant> proverbs and sayings
<variant> sonnets
<variant> epithet
<question1> Who were the first distinctive inhabitants of the British Isles?
<variantright> the Iberians
<variant> the Beaker Falk
<variant> the Celts
<variant> the Picts
<variant> the Scots
<question1> The Iberians were …………………. of the British Isles
<variantright>the first distinctive inhabitants
<variant> the German tribe
<variant> one of the Roman tribes
<variant> the last distinctive inhabitants
<variant> the second inhabitants
<question1> The Iberians were the first distinctive inhabitants of the
<variantright>British Isles
<variant> India
<variant> America
<variant> Meditery
<variant> Asia
<question1> Find the tribe who were covered all over with tattoos and paintings
<variantright>the Picts
<variant> the Scots
<variant> the Iberians
<variant> the Beaker Falk
<variant> the Celts
<question1> With what were covered the Picts?
<variantright>paintings and tattoos
<variant> battle axes
<variant> paved roads
<variant> walls
<variant> stones
<question1> Who attacked Britain in 55 BC?
<variantright>Julius Caesar
<variant> William the Conqueror
<variant> Emperor Claudius
<variant> Edward the Confessor
<variant> Alfred the Great
<question1> How was called the alphabet of the Celts?
<variantright>Ogham
<variant> the Runes
<variant> Etruscanes
<variant> Orthodox
<variant> Marsiliana
<question1> What is Ogham?
<variantright>the alphabet of the Celts
<variant> the alphabet of the Angles
<variant> the alphabet of the Romans
<variant> the alphabet of the Jutes
<variant> the alphabet of the French
<question1> Where was spoken the Kentish dialect?
<variantright>in Kent, Surrey and the Isle of Wight
<variant> between Thames and the Humber
<variant> in the Bristol
<variant> in west Danelaw
<variant> in east Wessex
<question1> Where was spoken the West Saxon dialect?
<variantright>in the Kingdom of Wessex
<variant> in Kent, Surrey and the Isle of Wight
<variant> in Danelaw
<variant> in Wessex
<variant> in south Mercia
<question1> Where was spoken the Mercian dialect?
<variantright>in Mercia
<variant> in the Kingdom of Wessex
<variant> in the Bristol Channel
<variant> in north Danelaw
<variant> in Wessex
<question1> Where was spoken the Northumbrian dialect?
<variantright>in Northumbria
<variant> in the Bristol Channel
<variant> in west Danelaw
<variant> in south Wessex
<variant> in the Mercia
<variant> Eusebius of Caesarea,
<question1> Bede the Venerable wrote
<variantright>The Ecclesiastical History of the English People
<variant> The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich: A History of Nazi Germany
<variant> A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century
<variant> Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation
<variant> The Pioneering First Mission to Explore America's Wild Frontier
<variant> Northumbrian English
<question1>Find the hero, who doesn’t belong to “Hamlet”
<variantright>Tybalt
<variant>Claudius
<variant>Ophelia
<variant>Yorich
<variant>Hamlet
<question1> Find the hero, who doesn’t belong to “Romeo & Juliet”
<variantright>Casio
<variant>Tybalt
<variant>Romeo
<variant>Juliet
<variant>Mercutio
<question1> Which feature can’t characterize Viola from “Twelfth Night”?
<variantright>Self-confidence
<variant>Braveness
<variant>Adventurousness
<variant>Cleverness
<variant>Capability of deep feeling
<question2> Find the subject of the History of the English Language
<variantright> evolution of the grammatical system
<variantright> the growth and development of the vocabulary
<variant> the historical events that took place in Europe
<variant> all the functional varieties of the language
<variant> theoretical and general notions of the English language
<variant> ten functional variety of the other languages
<question2> With what disciplines is interconnected the History of the English
Language?
<variantright> Cultural Studies
<variantright> Literature
<variant> Geometry
<variant> Physics
<variant> Economics
<variant> Chemistry
<question2> How is Theoretical Phonetics interconnected with The History of the
EL?
<variantright> provides us with main phonetic notions
<variantright> helps to explain phonetic phenomena
<variant> provides us with grammatical notions
<variant> helps understand lexical phenomena
<variant> studies the historical events of the country influence on the language of
this country
<variant> introducing with general logistical laws and rules valid for a language
<question2> How is Theoretical Grammar interconnected with The History of the
EL?
<variantright> provides us with grammatical notions
<variantright> helps understand grammatical phenomena
<variant> helps explain phonetic phenomena
<variant> studies with general technical rules valid for a language
<variant> provides us with main lexicological notions
<variant> studies the historical events of the country influence on the language of
this country
<question2> How is Lexicology interconnected with The History of the EL?
<variantright> provides us with main lexicological notions
<variantright> helps understand lexical phenomena
<variant> helps understand grammatical phenomena
<variant> provides us with main phonetic notions
<variant> introduce with general laws and stories valid for a language
<variant> studies the historical events of the country influence on the language of
this country
<question2> The main periods of EL
<variantright> Old English Period
<variantright>Modern English Period
<variant>Nowadays English Period
<variant> Last English Period
<variant> Future English Period
<variant>Present English Period
<question2> 2 main Celtic tribes
<variantright>Scots
<variantright>Britons
<variant> Picts
<variant>Iberians
<variant>Americans
<variant>Indians
<question2> Reasons of Julius Caesar’s attack to Britain
<variantright> economic
<variantright>political
<variant>cultural
<variant>religious
<variant>psychological
<variant>educational
<question2> West Saxon dialect was spoken
<variantright>along the Thames
<variantright>along the Bristol Channel
<variant>in Kent
<variant>in Surrey
<variant>along the Humber
<variant> along the Forth
<question2> There were 2 forces that worked together to spread Christianity in
Britain:
<variantright> missioners from Rome
<variantright> missioners from Ireland
<variant> missioners from Spain
<variant> missioners from India
<variant> missioners from America
<variant> missioners from Asia
<question2>Consequences of Christianity in Britain:
<variantright> centralization of the country
<variantright> development of the culture and learning
<variant>political development
<variant> technological development
<variant> economic crisis
<variant> immigration
<question2> Classification of OE suffixes:
<variantright> Suffixes of agent nouns
<variantright> Suffixes of abstract nouns
<variant> New suffixes derived from verb root-morphemes
<variant> Old suffixes derived from adjective root-morphemes
<variant>Verbal suffixes
<variant> Suffixes of non-agent nouns
<question2>William became the king of England , then he strengthened
<variantright>feudal system
<variantright>royal power
<variant>educational system
<variant>economics
<variant>ecology
<variant>cultural system
<question2>Features of the London Dialect:
<variantright> The basis of the London Dialect was the East Saxon Dialect
<variantright> The East Saxon Dialect mixed with the East Midland Dialect
and formed the London Dialect.
<variant> The basis of the London Dialect was the West Saxon Dialect
<variant> The East Saxon Dialect mixed with the West Midland Dialect and
formed the London Dialect.
<variant> The basis of the London Dialect was the Kentish Dialect
<variant> The basis of the London Dialect was the Mercian Dialect
<question2> In ME the main donors of borrowings to English
<variantright> French
<variantright> Scandinavian
<variant>Italian
<variant>Spanish
<variant>Iberian
<variant>Saxon
<question2> Scandinavian borrowings came to English from … Dialects
<variantright> Northern
<variantright> North-Eastern
<variant>Southern
<variant> South-Eastern
<variant> North-Western
<variant> South-Western
<question2> Participle 2, unlike Participle 1, had two meanings of the category of
Voice:
<variantright>Active
<variantright>Passive
<variant>Positive
<variant>Comparative
<variant>Superlative
<variant>Past
<question2> Chaucer is called
<variantright> the last writer of the Middle ages
<variantright> the first of the Renaissance
<variant> the first writer of the Middle ages
<variant> the last of the Renaissance
<variant> the last writer of the Ancient ages
<variant> the first of the New Ages
<question2>Shakespeare’s romance – comedies are
<variantright>“Cymbeline”
<variantright>“The winter’s Tale”
<variant>“Hamlet”
<variant>“Maughly”
<variant>“Macbeth”
<variant>“Antony and Cleopatra”
<question2> The poem “Beowulf” is overtaken with the spirit of…
<variantright> Glum
<variantright> somberness
<variant> Happiness
<variant> Evilness
<variant> Historic events
<variant> Love
<question2> Oscar Wilde was an Irish….
<variantright> Writer
<variantright>Poet
<variant>Jouirnalist
<variant>Actor
<variant>Singer
<variant>Governor
<question2> Find the description of Elizabeth Bennet from “Pride and Prejudice”
<variantright> also known as Lizzy
<variantright> is the protagonist
<variant> is the snobbish sister of Charles Bingley
<variant> is the wife of her social superior Mr Bennet
<variant> is the fourth daughter at 17 years old
<variant> is the male protagonist of the novel
<question2> Where did Thackeray give lectures?
<variantright> the United States
<variantright> England
<variant>Switzerland
<variant>France
<variant>Germany
<variant>Italy
<question2> As well as writing poetry during his short life, Burns also dedicated
himself to…
<variantright> writing his own
<variantright> revising old folk songs
<variant> the theatre
<variant> the art of flexing dress
<variant> making Scotch whiskey and huggis
<variant> the cinema, movies
<question2> From “Pride and Prejudice” of Jane Austen: Elizabeth can be best
described as...
<variantright> witty
<variantright> lively
<variant> racially prejudiced
<variant> a man-hunter
<variant> an understanding person
<variant> plain
<question2> From “Pride and Prejudice” of Jane Austen: What happened to
Elizabeth in the end?
<variantright> She married Mr. Darcy
<variantright> lived happily ever after marriage
<variant> She had a tragically short life
<variant> She married Mr. Collins
<variant> She left her own house
<variant> She remained a spinster
<question2> From “Pride and Prejudice” of Jane Austen: Mr. Darcy fell in love
with Elizabeth because...
<variantright> of her impertinence
<variantright> of her liveliness of mind
<variant> she loves to scold him
<variant> she loves to scold him
<variant> she’s confident regarding Georgiana’s elopement
<variant> she respects him
<question2> From “Pride and Prejudice” of Jane Austen: Mr. Bennet married Mrs.
Bennet because...
<variantright> of her beauty
<variantright> of her youth
<variant> of the wit that Mr. Darcy referred to
<variant> of his father’s will
<variant> of her connections
<variant> of her uncle
<question2> From “Pride and Prejudice” of Jane Austen: Lady Catherine could
best be described as...
<variantright> impertinent
<variantright> haughty
<variant> patient
<variant> generous
<variant> angry
<variant> reasonable
<question2> From “Twelfth Night” by Shakespeare: What does Malvolio wear to
try and please Olivia?
<variantright> Yellow stockings
<variantright> cross garters
<variant> Women’s clothing
<variant> A silver jacket
<variant> striped pants
<variant> Green loafers
<question2> The tone of the 55th sonnet of Shakespeare is best described as
<variantright> assured
<variantright> confident
<variant> angry
<variant> repentant
<variant> hopeless
<variant> cheerful
<question2> Greek Loans in Modern English were used in:
<variantright> Medicine
<variantright> Mathematics
<variant> Politics
<variant> Trade
<variant> Weren’t used
<variant> Economy
<question2> Who was Bede the Venerable?
<variantright> the first English historian
<variantright> an English monk
<variant> the first king of Britain
<variant> the first Emperor of the Romans
<variant> the first sailor of England
<variant> the first bard of Great Britain
<question2> Jonathan Swift is always
<variantright> clear
<variantright> vigorous
<variant> ornate
<variant>wise
<variant>kind
<variant>tolerant
<question2> Richardson worked for some years as a
<variantright> compositor
<variantright> corrector of the press
<variant>journalist
<variant>governor
<variant>singer
<variant>teacher
<question2> The novels of Richardson
<variantright>Pamela
<variantright>Clarissa
<variant>Othello
<variant>Hamlet
<variant>Romeo and Juliet
<variant>Gulliver’s travels
<question2> Two volumes of “Pamela” appeared in
<variantright>1740
<variantright>1741
<variant>1742
<variant>1743
<variant>1744
<variant>1745
<question2> Richardson's second and greatest novel "Clarissa was published in
<variantright>1747
<variantright>1748
<variant>1749
<variant>1750
<variant>1751
<variant>1752
<question2> Tobias George Smollett is a
<variantright>novelist
<variantright>journalist
<variant>poet
<variant>actor
<variant>teacher
<variant>historic
<question2> Novels of Tobias George Smollett
<variantright> "Roderick Random"
<variantright>"The Expedition of Humphry Clincer"
<variant>“The School For Scandal”
<variant>"The Duenna"
<variant>"A Tale of a Tub"
<variant>”Pride and Prejudice”
<question2> Jonathan Swift wrote
<variantright>"A Tale of a Tub"
<variantright>“The Battle of the Books”
<variant>"Roderick Random"
<variant>"The Expedition of Humphry Clincer"
<variant>”Othello”
<variant> “History of England”
<question2> Swift is one of the world's greatest
<variantright>satirist
<variantright>master of English prose
<variant>naturalist
<variant>socialist
<variant>economist
<variant>actor
<question2> Richard Brinsley’s father, Thomas Sheridan, was
<variantright> an actor
<variantright>an elocutionist
<variant>a singer
<variant>a governor
<variant>a painter
<variant>an architect
<question2> Robert’s poems and songs were written in the first instance for his
<variantright> friends
<variantright> neighbours
<variant>parents
<variant>sisters
<variant>classmates
<variant>enemies
<question2> A lot of Burn's poems were successfully translated into
<variantright>Russian
<variantright>Ukrainian
<variant>Spanish
<variant>Italian
<variant>Arabian
<variant>French
<question2> Facts about George Gordon Byron’s father
<variantright>was a poor army officer
<variantright>died when the boy was three years old
<variant>was a rich police officer
<variant>lived in Spain with his family
<variant>died when the boy was studied at school
<variant> who spent his own money
<question2> Jerome took up teaching
<variantright> joumalism
<variantright> acting
<variant>singing
<variant>dancing
<variant>law
<variant>politics
<question2> John Galsworthy was educated at
<variantright> Harrow School
<variantright> Oxford University
<variant>Cambridge University
<variant>Stanford University
<variant> Bronte School
<variant>Aston University
<question2> John Galsworthy’s first two novels
<variantright>"Jocelyn"
<variantright>"Villa Rubein"
<variant>"A Modern Comedy"
<variant>"The Silver Spoon"
<variant>"The White Monkey"
<variant>"In Chancery"
<question2> Рое is a great literary figure whose contribution is outstanding both in
the field of
<variantright> short fiction
<variantright> poetry
<variant>biography
<variant>thrillers
<variant>detective stories
<variant>travel books
<question2> Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
<variantright> was born in Portland
<variantright> attended Bowdoin College
<variant> At twenty-seven became a teacher
<variant> was born in Dublin
<variant> attended Harvard College
<variant> At twenty-five became a professor
<question2> English romanticism can be regarded as an offspring of two great
historical events:
<variantright> the industrial revolution in England
<variantright> the French bourgeous revolution
<variant> the industrial revolution in France
<variant> the English bourgeois revolution
<variant> bourgeois-democratic movement
<variant> movement of the feudal-monarchic society
<question2> The poet Walt Whitman was born
<variantright> in West Hills
<variantright> on Long Island
<variant>in Highland
<variant>In East Hills
<variant>in Ireland
<variant>on Low Island
<question2> Walt Whitman’s father was
<variantright> a poor farmer
<variantright> a carpenter
<variant>an outsanding writer
<variant> a schoolteacher
<variant> a clerk
<variant>an architect
<question2> At eleven, Carl Sandburg worked at such jobs as
<variantright> sweeping the floors
<variantright> delivering newspapers
<variant>selling the fruits
<variant>washing cars
<variant>feeding the animals in the zoo
<variant>washing dishes in a cafe
<question2> Many poems by Carl Sandburg were successfully translated into
<variantright> Russian
<variantright> Ukrainian
<variant>Kazakh
<variant>Turkish
<variant>Italian
<variant>Korean
<question2> John Reed went to Mexico as a correspondent representing
<variantright> "The New York World"
<variantright>"Metropolitan"
<variant> "Forbes"
<variant>"Metropolitan"
<variant>"The New York Times"
<variant>"Google"
<question2> Which ones are true about William Sydney Porter?
<variantright> He was born in Greensboro
<variantright> his mother died when he was little
<variant> He was brought up by his grandmother
<variant> finished school at the age of seventeen
<variant> Porter worked as a clerk for 3 years
<variant> was born in the family of a lawyer
<question2> O. Henry's stories
<variantright> won great popularity
<variantright> have been translated into many languages
<variant>were not so popular
<variant> have been translated into Russian and French only
<variant>were read by young people only
<variant>were not published
<question2> During the short period of his literary activity, O. Henry wrote
<variantright>273 short stories
<variantright> one novel
<variant>155 poems
<variant>3 novels
<variant>69 newspaper articles
<variant>248 short stories
<question2> Theodore Dreiser was born
<variantright> in the State of Indiana
<variantright> in a poor family
<variant>in Scotland
<variant> in an aristocratic family
<variant> in the State of Alabama
<variant>in Dublin, Ireland
<question2> After his school years Theodore Dreiser worked
<variantright> at a laundry
<variantright>as a newspaper reporter
<variant> as a publisher
<variant>as a magazine director
<variant>in the farm
<variant>at school as a teacher
<question2> First two novels of Theodore Dreiser
<variantright>"Sister Carrie"
<variantright>"Jennie Gerhardt"
<variant>"The Financier"
<variant>"The Thief"
<variant>"Emma"
<variant>"A little girl"
<question2> Theodore Dreiser wrote
<variantright>"The Titan"
<variantright>"The Stoic"
<variant>"A book thief"
<variant>"A walk to remember"
<variant>"The Stars"
<variant>"The Black Beauty"
<question2> Jack London
<variantright> is a famous American novelist
<variantright> was born in San Francisco
<variant> his family was very rich
<variant> he learned to read at when he was 4 years old
<variant> He began to work at the age of 15
<variant> is a famous English poet
<question2> In his childhood, Jack London worked
<variantright> delivering newspapers
<variantright> as a porter in a hotel
<variant>washing windows
<variant>cleaning carpets
<variant>watering flowers
<variant>in a farm
<question2>Stories of Jack London
<variantright>"To the Man on Trial"
<variantright>"Children of the Frost"
<variant>"The Golden Heel"
<variant>"The North Sea Tales"
<variant>"The Little Lady"
<variant>"The lost world"
<question2>Which ones are true about Ernest Hemingway?
<variantright> was born in Oak Park
<variantright> His father was fond of sailing
<variant> was a member of the volleyball team
<variant>he did not study well at school
<variant> The last years of his life Hemingway spent in Canada
<variant>studied at Harvard University
<question2>Works of Hemingway
<variantright>"The Sun Also Rises"
<variantright>"A Farewell to Arms"
<variant>"Sense and sensibility"
<variant>"The ghost"
<variant>"Faust"
<variant>"The Silent Italian"
<question2>"The Old Man and the Sea" is
<variantright> Hemingway's last work
<variantright> about the courage of an old fisherman
<variant> the first work of Hemingway
<variant> dedicated to his grandfather
<variant> about the life of the fishes under the sea
<variant> a satirical novel
<question2> Which ones are true about Langston Hughes?
<variantright> was born in 1902
<variantright> studied at Columbia University
<variant> was born in the State of California
<variant> His father died when he was a child
<variant> His mother worked as a teacher
<variant>he could not finish the school
<question2> For several years Hughes stayed abroad:
<variantright>France
<variantright>Italy
<variant>Turkey
<variant>Australia
<variant>Germany
<variant>Latvia
<question2> Langston Hughes wrote
<variantright>"The Weary Blues"
<variantright>"Not Without Laughter"
<variant>"Mansfield park"
<variant> "Three sisters "
<variant>"Love and friendship "
<variant>"The history of England "
<question2> John Steinbeck wrote
<variantright> "Cup of Gold"
<variantright> "To a God Unknown"
<variant>"A New Song"
<variant>"The Ways of White Folks"
<variant>"The Victory"
<variant>"An old castle"
<question2> In 1961 Steinbeck published
<variantright> "Travels with in Search of America"
<variantright>"The Winter of Our Discontent"
<variant>'The Wayward Bus"
<variant>"East of Eden"
<variant>"The Sea of Cortez"
<variant>"The Pearl"
<question2> The second period in the history of English Romanticism includes the
works of 2 poets
<variantright> George Byron
<variantright> Percy Shelley
<variant>Sir Walter Scott
<variant>Mark Twain
<variant>Richard Aldington
<variant>William Somerset
<question2>Which ones are true about G.Byron?
<variantright>was born in London
<variantright>struggled for the liberty
<variant>was born in an aristocratic family
<variant>author of "Queen Mab"
<variant>was a narrow-minded man
<variant>in 1815 Byron married Marilyn Monroe
<question2> Byron's satirical masterpieces
<variantright>"The Vision of Judgment"
<variantright>"The Age of Bronze"
<variant>"My soul is dark"
<variant>"The Revolt of Islam "
<variant>"Marmion "
<variant>"The Lady of the Lake"
<question2>Percy Shelley studied at…
<variantright>Eton College
<variantright>Oxford University
<variant>West Kent College
<variant>Sussex Downs College
<variant>Guilford University
<variant>Croydon College
<question2> Sir Walter Scott's book "Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border" was a
collection of …
<variantright>popular songs
<variantright>ballads
<variant>satirical stories
<variant>historical novels
<variant>fairy tales
<variant>social tracts
<question3> Find the Germanic tribes which invaded Britain
<variantright> Angles
<variantright> Saxons
<variantright> Jutes
<variant> Iberians
<variant> Vettones
<variant> Pellendones
<variant> Carthaginians
<question3> Find the subject of the History of the English Language
<variantright> main changes in the spelling of the language at different stages
of its development
<variantright> the evolution of the grammatical system;
<variantright> the growth and development of the vocabulary.
<variant> theoretical and general notions of the English Language
<variant> only one functional variety of the language
<variant> the historical events that took place in Asia
<variant> all the functional varieties of the language
<question3> With what disciplines is interconnected the History of the English
Language?
<variantright> History
<variantright> Literature
<variantright> Theoretical grammar
<variant> Geometry
<variant> Physics
<variant> Economics
<variant> Chemistry
<question3> The main periods of EL
<variantright>New English Period
<variantright> Old English Period
<variantright>Middle English Period
<variant> Present English Period
<variant> Future English Period
<variant> Last English Period
<variant>Ancient English Period
<question3> Celtic languages
<variantright> Irish/Erse
<variantright> Scotch Gaelic
<variantright> Manx
<variant>Kentish
<variant>Mercian
<variant>Spanish
<variant>Indian
<question3> The Britonnic Branch
<variantright> Breton
<variantright> Welsh
<variantright> Cornish
<variant> Scotch Gaelic
<variant>Italian
<variant>Northumbrian
<variant>Saxon
<question3> Emperor Claudius conquered Britain and it became a province of the
Roman Empire. Contributions:
<variantright> paved roads
<variantright> cities (trading centres)
<variantright> Latin language (literacy)
<variant>schools
<variant>museums
<variant>Celtic language
<variant>big houses
<question3> After the 5th c. the 3 waves of the Germanic tribes arrived to Britain:
<variantright>Jutes
<variantright>Saxons
<variantright>Angles
<variant>Picts
<variant>Celts
<variant>Romans
<variant>Iberians
<question3>Kentish dialect was spoken
<variantright>in Kent
<variantright>in Surrey
<variantright>in the Isle of Wight
<variant> along the Thames and the Bristol Channel
<variant> between the Thames and the Humber
<variant> between the Humber and the Forth
<variant>in Ireland
<question3> In the 8th – 9th c. Britain was raided and attacked by
<variantright> the Danes
<variantright> the Scandinavians
<variantright> the Vikings
<variant> the Americans
<variant> the Indians
<variant> the Asians
<variant> the Iberians
<question3> The topics of Old English poetry:
<variantright> heroic epic
<variantright> lyrical poems
<variantright> religious poems
<variant>politics
<variant>nature
<variant>traditional poems
<variant>fantastic poems
<question3> The peculiarities of Old English poetry:
<variantright> the lines are not rhymed
<variantright> the number of the syllables in a line is free
<variantright> the line is usually divided into 2 halves
<variant> the lines are rhymed
<variant> the number of the syllables in a line is not free
<variant> the line is usually divided into 3 parts
<variant>the number of stressed syllables in a line is not fixed
<question3> Usually Latin borrowings in OE are classified into the following
layers:
<variantright> Continental borrowings
<variantright> Borrowings after the Roman Invasion
<variantright> Borrowings after the Introduction of Christianity
<variant> Borrowings after the Indian Invasion
<variant> Borrowings after the American Invasion
<variant> Borrowings after the Introduction of Islam
<variant> Borrowings after the Introduction of Buddhism
<question3> In OE the vocabulary mainly grew by means of word-formation. The
words fell into three main types:
<variantright> simple words
<variantright> derived words
<variantright> compound words
<variant>synonym words
<variant>antonym words
<variant>nouns
<variant>verbs
<question3> 1042-1066 – King Edward the Confessor:
<variantright> had lots of Norman advisors and favourites;
<variantright> brought up in France;
<variantright> spoke French and wanted his court to speak it;
<variant> brought up in Spain;
<variant> spoke Italian and wanted his court to speak it;
<variant> brought up in Italy;
<variant> spoke English and wanted his court to speak it;
<question3> William strengthened feudal system and royal power. This led to the
centralization of the country:
<variantright>Wales
<variantright>Scotland
<variantright>Ireland
<variant>France
<variant>Spain
<variant>Italy
<variant>Norway
<question3> After the Norman Conquest:
<variantright> French became the official language of administration
<variantright> English was the language of common people in the Midlands
and in the north of England.
<variantright> Celtic Dialects were still used by the Celtic population in the
remote areas of the country.
<variant> Spanish was used as a language of writing and teaching as well as Latin.
<variant> English was the language of common people in the Midlands and in the
south of England.
<variant> English became the official language of administration
<variant> Spanish became the official language of administration
<question3> English regained its leading position with time and became accepted
as the official language. The proofs are:
<variantright> the Parliamentary Proclamation of 1258 – Henry the 3rd
addressed the councilors in Parliament in French, Latin and English
<variantright> in the 14th – 15th c. legal documents started to be issued in
English
<variantright>1364 – Parliament was opened with an address in English
<variant> in the 7th c. Henry the 4th made a speech in English
<variant> translations of the documents written in Spanish into English
<variant>1464 – Parliament was opened with an address in English.
<variant>1499 – Henry the 3rd and made a speech in English
<question3> Middle English Dialects
<variantright> Kentish
<variantright> West Saxon
<variantright> Mercian
<variant>Celtic
<variant>Iberian
<variant>East Saxon
<variant>Southumbrian
<question3> In the 12th -13th c. the London Dialect became the literary language
and the standard, both in written and spoken form. The reasons why this happened:
<variantright> The capital of the country was transferred from Winchester,
Wesses, to London a few years before the Norman Conquests
<variantright> The East Saxon Dialect, that was the basis of the London
Dialect got, became the most prominent in the Middle English period
<variantright> Most writers and authors of the Middle English period used
the London Dialect in their works
<variant> The West Saxon Dialect, that was the basis of the London Dialect
<variant> Most writers and authors of the Middle English period didn’t use the
London Dialect in their works
<variant> The capital of the country was transferred from Winchester, London to
Wesses a few years before the Norman Conquests
<question3> Features of the Chaucer’s Language:
<variantright> Chaucer’s Language was the basis for the national literary language
<variantright> Chaucer tried to minimize the number of the French loans in the
English Language.
<variantright> Chaucer introduced rhyme to the poetry.
<variant> New lexical forms appeared
<variant> Chaucer tried to maximize the number of the French loans in the English
Language.
<variant> Chaucer tried to minimize the number of the Italian loans in the English
Language.
<variant> Chaucer tried to maximize the number of the Spanish loans in the English
Language.
<question3> After the Norman Conquest the main spheres of the Latin Language
remained:
<variantright> academic activities
<variantright>church
<variantright>law
<variant>mosque
<variant>school
<variant>government
<variant>university
<question3> Fate of these Borrowings in English:
<variantright> Many of them underwent a shift of meaning
<variantright> Many of them formed the basis for international terminology
<variantright> Many of them increased the number synonyms in English
<variant> Many of them formed the basis for national terminology
<variant> Many of them increased the number antonyms in English
<variant> Many of them decreased the number antonyms in English
<variant> Many of them decreased the number synonyms in English
<question3>Semantic fields of French borrowings
<variantright> government and administration
<variantright> feudal system
<variantright> law
<variant> everyday life
<variant> legal matters
<variant> some pronouns and conjunctions
<variant> essential notion
<question3> Semantic fields of Scandinavian borrowings
<variantright> military
<variantright> everyday life
<variantright> legal matters
<variant> address
<variant> church
<variant> art, architecture
<variant> entertainment
<question3> The sources of information about the language:
<variantright> private letters
<variantright> books for pupils and didactic works
<variantright> lists of difficult words and dictionaries
<variant> public letters
<variant> books for teachers
<variant> fairy tales
<variant> lists of synonyms
<question3>Pecularities of written standard
<variantright> less stabilised than at later stage;
<variantright> wide range of variation
<variantright> rivalry with Latin in the field of science, philosophy, didactics.
<variant> more stabilised than at later stage;
<variant> narrow range of variation
<variant> rivalry with French in the field of science, philosophy, didactics.
<variant> rivalry with Spanish in the field of science, philosophy, didactics.
<question3>Sources of spoken standard
<variantright> private letters
<variantright> speech of characters in drama
<variantright> references to speech be scholars
<variant> books for pupils and didactic works
<variant> lists of difficult words and dictionaries
<variant> public letters
<variant> lists of antonyms
<question3> In OE there were three ways of formation of the degrees of
comparison:
<variantright> Positive Degree
<variantright> Comparative Degree
<variantright> Superlative Degree
<variant>Superior Degree
<variant>Comparable Degree
<variant>Negative Degree
<variant>Super positive Degree
<question3>Three periods in Chaucer’s writing
<variantright> The French period
<variantright> The Italian period
<variantright> The English period
<variant> The Spanish period
<variant> The American period
<variant> The Russian period
<variant> The Indian period
<question3> French was used in
<variantright> Parliament
<variantright> law-courts
<variantright> all official writings
<variant>church
<variant>everyday life
<variant>entertainment
<variant> all inofficial writings
<question3>“The Song of Beowulf” is full of
<variantright> metaphors
<variantright> alliterations
<variantright> allegories
<variant>rhyme
<variant>tone
<variant>sarcasm
<variant>irony
<question3> To the Italian period belong the following poems:
<variantright> "The House of Fame"
<variantright> "The Parliament of Birds"
<variantright> "The Legend of Wood Women"
<variant> "The Romance of the Rose"
<variant> "Canterbury Tales"
<variant> "Hamlet"
<variant> "King Lear"
<question3> The great period of Shakespeare's tragedy is to be found in the plays
which begins with "Hamlet" and include
<variantright>"Othello"
<variantright>"Mackbeth"
<variantright> "Antony and Kleopatra"
<variant>"The House of Fame"
<variant> "The Parliament of Birds"
<variant>"The Legend of Wood Women"
<variant>"The Romance of the Rose"
<question3>"Hamlet" is the story of…….. to those who call for melodrama
<variantright> murder
<variantright> suicide
<variantright> madness
<variant>sympathetic
<variant>sensitive
<variant>kindness
<variant>happiness
<question3> Throughout his life Daniel Defoe had the knack of picking up
information on a wide variety of subjects
<variantright> history
<variantright> economics
<variantright> geography
<variant>maths
<variant>biology
<variant>chemistry
<variant>physics
<question3> At some time in his earlier manhood Daniel lived for a while in
Spain, also he travelled to
<variantright>France
<variantright>Italy
<variantright>Bavaria
<variant>Greece
<variant>Turkey
<variant>Albania
<variant>Macedonia
<question3> Romanticism was represented by
<variantright> J.J.Rousseau
<variantright> W. Wordsworth
<variantright> S.T. Coleridge
<variant> Charles Dickens
<variant> Robert Browning
<variant> Alfred Tennyson
<variant> W. C. Williams
<question3> Noun suffixes used for word formation of abstract nouns included:
<variantright> age
<variantright> cy
<variantright> ate
<variant> ship
<variant> ery
<variant> let
<variant> kin
<question3> The works of Richard Brinsley
<variantright>"The Rivals"
<variantright>“The School For Scandal”
<variantright>"The Duenna"
<variant>"The House of Fame"
<variant>"The Parliament of Birds"
<variant>"Antony and Kleopatra"
<variant>"King Lear"
<question3> Facts about Robert Burns’s father
<variantright> a tenant farmer
<variantright> an intelligent man
<variantright> never successful in his calling
<variant>a great writer
<variant>a famous actor
<variant>a teacher
<variant> always successful in his calling
<question3> A lot of Burn's poems were successfully translated into Russian and
Ukrainian by
<variantright> V. Mayakovsky,
<variantright> S.Marshak
<variantright> T. Shevchenko
<variant>A.S. Pushkin
<variant>Lenin
<variant>L.Tolstoy
<variant>Dostoevskiy
<question3> The finest novels of Walter Scott
<variantright>"Ivanhoe"
<variantright>"The Heart of a Midlothian"
<variantright> "Rob Roy"
<variant>"The Parliament of Birds"
<variant>”Romeo and Juliet”
<variant>“The School For Scandal”
<variant>”Othello”
<question3> The main signs of historical genre are:
<variantright> The colour of time and locality
<variantright> The description of interior
<variantright> Time limits and historical events
<variant> The colour of the climate
<variant> The description of exterior
<variant>Cultural events
<variant>The story of love
<question3> George Gordon Byron liked history and read much about…
<variantright>Rome
<variantright>Greece
<variantright>Turkey
<variant>Spain
<variant>Italy
<variant>France
<variant>Norway
<question3> The novels of Charles Dickens are
<variantright>"David Copperfield”
<variantright>"Oliver Twist"
<variantright>"Nicholas Nickleby"
<variant>”Othello”
<variant>"Widowers' Houses"
<variant>”King Lear”
<variant>”Hamlet”
<question3> Facts about George Bernard Shaw
<variantright> the great English playwright
<variantright> the founder of the social realistic drama
<variantright> was born in Dublin in a poor middle-class family
<variant> was born in London in a rich family
<variant> the great English journalist
<variant> his uncle gave him some lessons in French
<variant> Shaw's sister had a nice voice
<question3> Bernard Shaw wrote
<variantright>"Widowers' Houses"
<variantright>"Mrs. Warren's Profession"
<variantright>"The Philanderer"
<variant>"Nicholas Nickleby"
<variant>"Oliver Twist"
<variant>"David Copperfield”
<variant>”Hamlet”
<question3> The characters in Bernard’s plays discuss
<variantright> political events
<variantright> religion
<variantright> science
<variant>culture
<variant>art
<variant>ecology
<variant>historical events
<question3> The books of Jerome
<variantright> "My Life and Time"
<variantright> "Three Men in а Boat”
<variantright>"The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow"
<variant>"The Philanderer"
<variant>”Hamlet”
<variant> "Mrs. Warren's Profession"
<variant>"A Scandal in Bohemia"
<question3> Facts about Arthur Conan Doyle
<variantright> was born in the capital of Scotland
<variantright>His father died young
<variantright> His mother was a very good story-teller
<variant> After finishing school Conan Doyle started to work
<variant> He published his first detective story in 1890
<variant> He died in 1935
<variant> During his school years he painted much
<question3> Arthur Conan Doyle wrote
<variantright>"The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes"
<variantright> "The Lost World"
<variantright>"The Poisoned Belt"
<variant>"Three Men in а Boat”
<variant>"My Life and Time"
<variant>"Mrs. Warren's Profession"
<variant>"The Invisible Man"
<question3> Which ones are true about Herbert George Wells?
<variantright> He was born in Bromley
<variantright> His father had been a gardener
<variantright> When he was twenty-three he got his first academic degree in
biology
<variant> Herbert Wells was a toddler when his father broke his leg
<variant>Wells worked as a writer till the end of his life
<variant> In 1795 his first science-fiction novel was published
<variant>He wrote "The Poisoned Belt"
<question3>The works of Herbert George Wells are
<variantright>"The Island of Dr. Moreau"
<variantright>"The Invisible Man"
<variantright>"The War of the Worlds"
<variant>"The Lost World"
<variant>"The Forsyte Saga"
<variant>"To Let"
<variant>"The Swan Song"
<question3> John Galsworthy is
<variantright> a novelist
<variantright> a dramatist
<variantright> a short-story writer
<variant>a journalist
<variant>a socialist
<variant>an actor
<variant>an artist
<question3> William Somerset Maugham was
<variantright> an outstanding novelist
<variantright> a successful dramatist
<variantright> a short-story writer
<variant>a popular actor
<variant>a great philosopher
<variant>a government worker
<variant>a famous socialist
<question3>The novels of Somerset Maugham are
<variantright>"Liza of Lambeth"
<variantright>"Of Human Bondage"
<variantright> "The Moon and Sixpence"
<variant>"The Sea Eagle"
<variant>"To Let"
<variant>"The Poisoned Belt"
<variant>"The Forsyte Saga"
<question3> James Aldridge wrote
<variantright>"Signed with Their Honour"
<variantright>"The Sea Eagle"
<variantright>”The Diplomat"
<variant>"Liza of Lambeth"
<variant>"The Moon and Sixpence"
<variant>”The Invisible man”
<variant>”Othello”
<question3> Works of Washington Irving
<variantright>"The Alhambra"
<variantright>"The Sketch Book"
<variantright>"Bracebridge Hall"
<variant>"The Spy"
<variant>"The Last of the Mohicans"
<variant>”The Diplomat"
<variant>"Ms Found in a Bottle"
<question3> Edgar Allan Рое’s best works
<variantright>"The Raven and Other Poems"
<variantright>"Eureka: A Prose Poem"
<variantright>"The Black Cat"
<variant>"Poems on Slavery"
<variant>"The Spanish Student"
<variant>”The last of the Mohicans”
<variant>”The Mockingbird”
<question3> The works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
<variantright>"Hyperion"
<variantright>"Voices of the Night"
<variantright>"Poems on Slavery"
<variant>"Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin"
<variant>"The Minister's Wooling"
<variant>"Old-Town Folks"
<variant>"My Wife and I"
<question3>Which ones are true about H. B. Stowe?
<variantright> was born in Litchfield
<variantright> In 1832, the family moved to Cincinnati
<variantright>She married in 1836
<variant>She studied the life of Indian slaves
<variant> was born in Birmingham
<variant>She didn't marry
<variant>She wrote the poem "Clarel"
<question3>Which ones are correct about Herman Melville?
<variantright> was born in New York City
<variantright> In 1839 the family moved to Albany
<variantright> His father dead in 1832
<variant> Melville worked as a cook in Albany
<variant> His first novel is "Omoo"
<variant> was born in Manchester
<variant> In 1839 the family moved to Ireland
<question3> Melville's works are
<variantright>"Billy Budd"
<variantright>"Moby Dick"
<variantright>"Israel Potter"
<variant>"Harry Potter"
<variant>"The Pizza Tales"
<variant>"Period"
<variant>"Christianity"
<question3> Walt Whitman worked
<variantright> as an office boy at a lawyer's office
<variantright> for a small newspaper
<variantright> as a school teacher
<variant> as a theatre worker
<variant>for a big company
<variant>as a translator in hotel
<variant>as a dentist
<question3> Walt Whitman wrote
<variantright> poems
<variantright> newspaper articles
<variantright> short stories
<variant>satirical novels
<variant>fairy tales
<variant>sentimental novels
<variant>historical genres
<question3> Whitman's works are
<variantright>"Leaves of Grass"
<variantright>"Drum Taps"
<variantright>"Specimen Days"
<variant>"Los Angeles"
<variant>"Chicago"
<variant>"Honey and Salt"
<variant>"A chicken soup"
<question3> At nineteen Carl Sandburg went "to see the world" without any
luggage but
<variantright> a toothbrush
<variantright> a bar of soap
<variantright> needle and thread
<variant> with 5 dollars
<variant>a tent
<variant>a bottle of wine
<variant>a laptop
<question3> At college Carl Sandburg enrolled for classes in
<variantright> Latin
<variantright> chemistry
<variantright> English
<variant>French
<variant>IT
<variant>Maths
<variant>Italian
<question3> Carl Sandburg's books of poetry:
<variantright>"Good Morning, America"
<variantright>"The People, Yes"
<variantright>"Early Moon"
<variant>"Incomplete Poems"
<variant>"Anna Karenina"
<variant>"White fang"
<variant>"Three cups of tea "
<question3> Many poems by Carl Sandburg were successfully translated into
Russian and Ukrainian by
<variantright> A. Ibragimov
<variantright> I. Kulik
<variantright> V. Korotich
<variant>B.Malikov
<variant> A.Zenkayev
<variant>A. Pushkin
<variant>L.Tolstoy
<question3> Which ones are true for Samuel Langhorne Clemens?
<variantright> known to the world as Mark Twain
<variantright> was the son of a small-town lawyer
<variantright> was the leader of his friends at school
<variant> He was sent to school at the age of 6
<variant> In 1970 he married
<variant> He had two sons and 2 daughters
<variant>author of "The Adventures of Alice"
<question3> Mark Twain wrote
<variantright>"The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"
<variantright>"Running for Governor"
<variantright>"A Defence of General Funston"
<variant>"The Golden Age"
<variant>"The Old man and the sea"
<variant>"King Arthur"
<variant>"The portrait of Dorian Grey "
<question3> One of the main characters in the novel "Huckleberry Fin" is a Negro,
Jim, who is
<variantright> honest
<variantright> kind
<variantright> brave
<variant>clever
<variant>hard-working
<variant>wise
<variant>friendly
<question3> Robert Penn Warren, an American
<variantright> writer
<variantright> scholar
<variantright> critic
<variant>actor
<variant>naturalist
<variant>poet
<variant>lawyer
<question3> Which ones are true for Robert Penn Warren?
<variantright> was born in Guthric
<variantright>was educated at 3 universities
<variantright>author of "Thirty Six Poems"
<variant> was born in Birmingham
<variant> was educated at 2 universities
<variant> author of "Once There Was a War"
<variant>is an English writer
<question3> Robert Penn Warren was educated at the universities…
<variantright>University of Vanderbilt
<variantright> University of California
<variantright>Yale university
<variant>Stanford university
<variant>Oxford University
<variant>University of Aston
<variant>Harvard University
<question3> Penn Warren's works
<variantright>"Selected Poems"
<variantright>"Brother to Dragons"
<variantright>"Promises, Poems"
<variant> "At Hell’s Gate"
<variant>"Forty Six Poems"
<variant>"Travel to the Moon"
<variant>"The adventures of Robinson"
<question3> Penn Warren's novels are
<variantright>"All the King's Men"
<variantright>"The Cave"
<variantright>"Wilderness"
<variant>"Morning Rider"
<variant>"Eleven Poems on the Same Theme"
<variant>"The Sun is Down"
<variant>"In Dubious Battle"
<question3>The Atlantic slave trade triangle- … was developed to supply large
number of cheap workers
<variantright>Britain
<variantright>West Africa
<variantright>Americas
<variant>India
<variant>East Europe
<variant>Madagascar
<variant>South Australia
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