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Variant I
I.Translate the text into Russian
A flower garden
A flower garden is any garden where flowers are grown for decorative
purposes. Because flowers bloom at varying times of the year, and some plants are
annual, dying each winter, the design of flower gardens can take into consideration
to maintain a sequence of bloom and even of consistent color combinations,
through varying seasons.
Flower gardens combine plants of different heights, colors, textures, and
fragrances to create interest and delight the senses.
Flower color is an important feature of both the herbaceous border and the
mixed border that includes shrubs as well as herbaceous plants, and of bedding-out
schemes limited to colorful annuals. Flower gardens are sometimes tied in function
to other kinds of gardens, like knot gardens or herb gardens, many herbs also
having decorative function, and some decorative flowers being
edible.
One simpler alternative to the designed flower garden is the “wildflower” seed
mix, with assortments of seeds which will create a bed that contains flowers of
various blooming seasons, so that some portion of them should always be in
bloom. The best mixtures even include combinations of perennial and biennials,
which may not bloom until the following year, and also annuals that are “selfseeding”, so they will return, creating a permanent flowerbed.
Another, even more recent trend is the “flower garden in a box”, where the
entire design of a flower garden is pre-packaged, with separate packets of each
kind of flower, and a careful layout to be followed to create the proposed pattern of
color in the garden-to-be.
II. Make up 5 questions to the text
III. Choose the correct answer
1. If the weather were hot, Julia … to the beach.
a) will go b) would go c) went
2. If he … me, I will phone him himself.
a) doesn’t phone b) didn’t phone c) hadn’t phoned
3. We … him to the country if he had asked us.
a)would take b) would have taken c) would be taken
4. If Tom were more careful he … so many mistakes in his tests
a) won’t make b) wouldn’t make c) wouldn’t made
5. I wouldn’t refuse if they … to give them a lift.
a) asked b)ask c) would ask
IV. Use the verb in brackets in the appropriate tense form
1. I wish I (can) give up smoking.
2. She wishes she (see) him at yesterday’s party.
3. I wish I (pass) my driving test last Monday.
4. I wish (not to forget) my friend’s birthday yesterday.
5. He wishes he (know something about cars.
V. Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. Bob said to Tom: “Henry does not sit next to me in class”.
2. I told the policeman; “I saw the thief in the garden”.
3. Ann asked Mary; “What do you usually have for breakfast?”
4. The teacher asked me: “Do you understand the question?”
5. Mary said to her brother: “Take the letter to the post office”.
Variant II
I.Translate the text into Russian
Methods of Plant Improvement.
Plant improvement is based on the principles or laws of heredity which are
included in the science known as genetics. Many of the principles and techniques
used in plant breeding are complex and to understand them fully intensive study
and training are required. Thus only the general methods of crop improvement will
be presented and discussed here. In general the improvement of plants is brought
about in three broadly different ways. They are introduction, selection, and
hybridization. Each has been used successfully to provide us with improved
varieties.
Introduction. Many of the important crop plants grown in the USA have
been not native to the United States. Actually many thousands of plants have been
introduced from other parts of the world, but only a few of the best are grown
commercially. Over 8,000 introductions of wheat alone have been made into the
United States. These and many others have been valuable not only from the
standpoint of providing the farmers with new varieties that could be grown
commercially, but, in addition, they have been a source of breeding material for
use in the development of new, improved varieties.
Selection. Selection is a simple, but important method of improving plants. As
the name suggeststhis method consists of selecting the outstanding types and
discarding those that are undesirable, because of certain characteristics being
possessed by them.
For example, in small grains, plants resistant to lodging may be selected; and
with alfalfa those capable of surviving in severe winters are to be retained. After a
period of testing, during which plants are selected for certain desired traits or
characteristics, a superior strain may be developed. Improvement by selection
cannot be accomplished, however, unless the variety from which the selections are
being made possesses some plants containing the characteristics desired.
Moreover, improvement by this method is not possible unless the qualities
of the superior types of plants can be readily detected. As a result it is necessary
that keen observation based on experience and scientific knowledge should be
made in selecting the most desirable plants.
II. Make up 5 questions to the text
III. Choose the correct answer
1. If I…stronger, I'd help you carry the piano.
a) were b) am c) had been
2. If we'd seen you, we ….
a) will stop b) would stop c) would have stopped
3. If we … him tomorrow, we'll say hello.
a)met b) meet c) had met
4. He would have repaired the car himself if he … the tools.
a) has b) had had c) had
5. If you drop the vase, it ….
a) broke b) breaks c) had broken
IV. Use the verb in brackets in the appropriate tense form
1. The weather was awful. I wish it (to be) better.
2. I wish I (to know) Sue’s telephone number.
3. I wish it (not to rain) so much in England last week.
4. Do you wish you (to study) science instead of languages last year?
5. I feel sick. I wish I (not to eat) so much.
V. Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. They said, "We are busy."
2. She said, "I don't know where my shoes are."
3. Which dress do you like best?" she asked her boyfriend.
4. "Has Caron talked to Kevin?" my friend asked me.
5. "Leave me alone," she said.
Variant III
I.Translate the text into Russian
A flower garden
A flower garden is any garden where flowers are grown for decorative
purposes. Because flowers bloom at varying times of the year, and some plants are
annual, dying each winter, the design of flower gardens can take into consideration
to maintain a sequence of bloom and even of consistent color combinations,
through varying seasons.
Flower gardens combine plants of different heights, colors, textures, and
fragrances to create interest and delight the senses.
Flower color is an important feature of both the herbaceous border and the
mixed border that includes shrubs as well as herbaceous plants, and of bedding-out
schemes limited to colorful annuals. Flower gardens are sometimes tied in function
to other kinds of gardens, like knot gardens or herb gardens, many herbs also
having decorative function, and some decorative flowers being
edible.
One simpler alternative to the designed flower garden is the “wildflower” seed
mix, with assortments of seeds which will create a bed that contains flowers of
various blooming seasons, so that some portion of them should always be in
bloom. The best mixtures even include combinations of perennial and biennials,
which may not bloom until the following year, and also annuals that are “selfseeding”, so they will return, creating a permanent flowerbed.
Another, even more recent trend is the “flower garden in a box”, where the
entire design of a flower garden is pre-packaged, with separate packets of each
kind of flower, and a careful layout to be followed to create the proposed pattern of
color in the garden-to-be.
II. Make up 5 questions to the text
III.Choose the correct answer
1. If he (not be) such an outstanding actor he would not have so many admirers.
a) was not b) were not c) is not
2. If he (not leave) the door open, the cat would not have eaten the fish.
a) did not leave b) does not leave c) had not left
3. If you (give) me your address I will write you a letter.
a) gave b) had given c) give
4. I should be very glad if he (come).
a) comes b) came c) will come
5. If he does not pass the exam he (not get) a scholarship.
a) would not get b) will not get c) does not get
IV. Use the verb in brackets in the appropriate tense form
1. I wish (not to drink) so much coffee yesterday.
2. I wish I (be) at yesterday’s party.
3. They wished they (not to see) this horrible thing again.
4. I wish I (not to have) to do my homework every day.
5. I wish he (call) me.
V. Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. The secretary said: “They have been discussing this question for 2 hours”.
2. He said; “I can’t stay here”.
3. Alec said to me: “Why do you help her?”
4. Nick said; “Look at my stamps, father”.
5. She said to Tom: “I will not forget to send you a telegram”.
Variant IV
I.Translate the text into Russian
Methods of Plant Improvement.
Plant improvement is based on the principles or laws of heredity which are
included in the science known as genetics. Many of the principles and techniques
used in plant breeding are complex and to understand them fully intensive study
and training are required. Thus only the general methods of crop improvement will
be presented and discussed here. In general the improvement of plants is brought
about in three broadly different ways. They are introduction, selection, and
hybridization. Each has been used successfully to provide us with improved
varieties.
Introduction. Many of the important crop plants grown in the USA have
been not native to the United States. Actually many thousands of plants have been
introduced from other parts of the world, but only a few of the best are grown
commercially. Over 8,000 introductions of wheat alone have been made into the
United States. These and many others have been valuable not only from the
standpoint of providing the farmers with new varieties that could be grown
commercially, but, in addition, they have been a source of breeding material for
use in the development of new, improved varieties.
Selection. Selection is a simple, but important method of improving plants. As
the name suggeststhis method consists of selecting the outstanding types and
discarding those that are undesirable, because of certain characteristics being
possessed by them.
For example, in small grains, plants resistant to lodging may be selected; and
with alfalfa those capable of surviving in severe winters are to be retained. After a
period of testing, during which plants are selected for certain desired traits or
characteristics, a superior strain may be developed. Improvement by selection
cannot be accomplished, however, unless the variety from which the selections are
being made possesses some plants containing the characteristics desired.
Moreover, improvement by this method is not possible unless the qualities
of the superior types of plants can be readily detected. As a result it is necessary
that keen observation based on experience and scientific knowledge should be
made in selecting the most desirable plants.
II. Make up 5 questions to the text
III. Choose the correct answer
1. If I hadn't studied, I … the exam.
a) wouldn’t have passed b) wouldn’t pass c) will not pass
2. I wouldn't go to school by bus if I … a driving licence.
a) had b) had had c) have
3. If she … him every day, she'd be lovesick.
a) doesn’t see b) had seen c) saw
4. I … to London if I don't get a cheap flight.
a) won’t go b) wouldn’t go c) wouldn’t have gone
5. We'd be stupid if we … him about our secret.
a) tell b) told c) had told
IV. Use the verb in brackets in the appropriate tense form
1.
It’s crowded here. I wish there (not to be) so many people.
2.
I wish I (to be) taller.
3.
I wish you (stop) shouting. I am not deaf you know.
4.
I wish he (to borrow) that book from the library last week.
5.
I wish you (to give) him my phone number at that party.
V. Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. "Stop staring at me," she said.
2. Have you tidied up your room?" the mother asked the twins.
3. "Where have you been?" the mother asked her daughter.
4. He said, "I will clean the car."
5. She said, "I did not say that."
Variant V
I.Translate the text into Russian
A flower garden
A flower garden is any garden where flowers are grown for decorative
purposes. Because flowers bloom at varying times of the year, and some plants are
annual, dying each winter, the design of flower gardens can take into consideration
to maintain a sequence of bloom and even of consistent color combinations,
through varying seasons.
Flower gardens combine plants of different heights, colors, textures, and
fragrances to create interest and delight the senses.
Flower color is an important feature of both the herbaceous border and the
mixed border that includes shrubs as well as herbaceous plants, and of bedding-out
schemes limited to colorful annuals. Flower gardens are sometimes tied in function
to other kinds of gardens, like knot gardens or herb gardens, many herbs also
having decorative function, and some decorative flowers being
edible.
One simpler alternative to the designed flower garden is the “wildflower” seed
mix, with assortments of seeds which will create a bed that contains flowers of
various blooming seasons, so that some portion of them should always be in
bloom. The best mixtures even include combinations of perennial and biennials,
which may not bloom until the following year, and also annuals that are “selfseeding”, so they will return, creating a permanent flowerbed.
Another, even more recent trend is the “flower garden in a box”, where the
entire design of a flower garden is pre-packaged, with separate packets of each
kind of flower, and a careful layout to be followed to create the proposed pattern of
color in the garden-to-be.
II. Make up 5 questions to the text
III.Choose the correct answer
1.If you (be) still ill tomorrow you will have to stay home.
a) was b) are c) were
2. If the fire ( not happen) their house would not have been destroyed.
a) did not happen b) would not happen c) had not happened
3. You would not feel so bad if you (not smoke) too much.
a) had not smoked b) did not smoke c) will not smoke
4. If he (learn) a poem you would not have got a bad mark.
a) learnt b) will learn c) had learnt
5. I should be very glad if he (come).
a) would come b) comes c) came
IV. Use the verb in brackets in the appropriate tense form
1.Some people wish the (can) appear on a TV game show.
2. She often wishes things (be) different.
3. I wish I (not to lend) Nick my watch: he has broken it.
4. I wish you (go) skiing with me yesterday.
5. I wish we (meet) again next summer.
V. Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. He said: “I shall come to the party if I am free tomorrow”.
2. Nina said: “I like music”.
3. The teacher said to the pupils: “Do not take the books from the table”.
4. Peter asked; “Did you run a cross yesterday?”
5. She asked Mary: “Where have you been?”
Variant VI
I.Translate the text into Russian
Methods of Plant Improvement.
Plant improvement is based on the principles or laws of heredity which are
included in the science known as genetics. Many of the principles and techniques
used in plant breeding are complex and to understand them fully intensive study
and training are required. Thus only the general methods of crop improvement will
be presented and discussed here. In general the improvement of plants is brought
about in three broadly different ways. They are introduction, selection, and
hybridization. Each has been used successfully to provide us with improved
varieties.
Introduction. Many of the important crop plants grown in the USA have
been not native to the United States. Actually many thousands of plants have been
introduced from other parts of the world, but only a few of the best are grown
commercially. Over 8,000 introductions of wheat alone have been made into the
United States. These and many others have been valuable not only from the
standpoint of providing the farmers with new varieties that could be grown
commercially, but, in addition, they have been a source of breeding material for
use in the development of new, improved varieties.
Selection. Selection is a simple, but important method of improving plants. As
the name suggeststhis method consists of selecting the outstanding types and
discarding those that are undesirable, because of certain characteristics being
possessed by them.
For example, in small grains, plants resistant to lodging may be selected; and
with alfalfa those capable of surviving in severe winters are to be retained. After a
period of testing, during which plants are selected for certain desired traits or
characteristics, a superior strain may be developed. Improvement by selection
cannot be accomplished, however, unless the variety from which the selections are
being made possesses some plants containing the characteristics desired.
Moreover, improvement by this method is not possible unless the qualities
of the superior types of plants can be readily detected. As a result it is necessary
that keen observation based on experience and scientific knowledge should be
made in selecting the most desirable plants.
II. Make up 5 questions to the text
III. Choose the correct answer
1. If I had time, I … shopping with you.
a) would have gone b) would go c) will go
2. If you … English, you will get along with them perfectly.
a) spoke b) had spoken c) speak
3. If they had gone for a walk, they … the lights off.
a) will turn b) would turn c) would have turned
4. If she to see us, we will go to the zoo.
a) comes b) came c) had come
5. I would have told you, if I him.
a) tell b) told c) had told
IV. Use the verb in brackets in the appropriate tense form
1. I wish it (to stop) raining.
2. I wish I (can speak) several languages.
3. If only I (to have) the chance to study when I was younger.
4. I wish I (can speak) several languages.
5. If only I (to have) the chance to study when I was younger.
V. Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. He said, "I will ring her."
2. They said, "We have just arrived."
3. What are they doing?" she asked.
4. "Are you going to the cinema?" he asked me.
5. Don't be late," he advised us.
Variant VII
I.Translate the text into Russian
A flower garden
A flower garden is any garden where flowers are grown for decorative
purposes. Because flowers bloom at varying times of the year, and some plants are
annual, dying each winter, the design of flower gardens can take into consideration
to maintain a sequence of bloom and even of consistent color combinations,
through varying seasons.
Flower gardens combine plants of different heights, colors, textures, and
fragrances to create interest and delight the senses.
Flower color is an important feature of both the herbaceous border and the
mixed border that includes shrubs as well as herbaceous plants, and of bedding-out
schemes limited to colorful annuals. Flower gardens are sometimes tied in function
to other kinds of gardens, like knot gardens or herb gardens, many herbs also
having decorative function, and some decorative flowers being
edible.
One simpler alternative to the designed flower garden is the “wildflower” seed
mix, with assortments of seeds which will create a bed that contains flowers of
various blooming seasons, so that some portion of them should always be in
bloom. The best mixtures even include combinations of perennial and biennials,
which may not bloom until the following year, and also annuals that are “selfseeding”, so they will return, creating a permanent flowerbed.
Another, even more recent trend is the “flower garden in a box”, where the
entire design of a flower garden is pre-packaged, with separate packets of each
kind of flower, and a careful layout to be followed to create the proposed pattern of
color in the garden-to-be.
II. Make up 5 questions to the text
III.Choose the correct answer
1.If you … at 10, I will be ready to start.
a) come b) came c) had come
2. If you … at 10, I will ready to start.
a) come b) came c) will come
3. If she (not drink) coffee she would have been able to sleep.
a) did not drink b) had not drunk c) will not drink
4. She would not be so nervous if the sound (not be) so loud.
a) was not b) will not c) were not
5. If he (phone) tomorrow, say we are out.
IV. Use the verb in brackets in the appropriate tense form
1. My friend wishes he (not to do) this last night.
2. I wish I (can) tell the future.
3. Do you wish you (be) in the Guinnes Book of Records?
4. I wish I (bring) my camera last summer.
5. I wish you (send) a letter as soon as possible
V. Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. I said to my sister: “George has written me a letter”.
2. The teacher said to us: “Don’t forget to bring your books tomorrow”.
3. He asked me: “When will your parents arrive in London?”
4. She asked Mary: “How long have you been writing a letter?”
5. She said to Tom: “I will not forget to send you a telegram”.
Variant VIII
I.Translate the text into Russian
Methods of Plant Improvement.
Plant improvement is based on the principles or laws of heredity which are
included in the science known as genetics. Many of the principles and techniques
used in plant breeding are complex and to understand them fully intensive study
and training are required. Thus only the general methods of crop improvement will
be presented and discussed here. In general the improvement of plants is brought
about in three broadly different ways. They are introduction, selection, and
hybridization. Each has been used successfully to provide us with improved
varieties.
Introduction. Many of the important crop plants grown in the USA have
been not native to the United States. Actually many thousands of plants have been
introduced from other parts of the world, but only a few of the best are grown
commercially. Over 8,000 introductions of wheat alone have been made into the
United States. These and many others have been valuable not only from the
standpoint of providing the farmers with new varieties that could be grown
commercially, but, in addition, they have been a source of breeding material for
use in the development of new, improved varieties.
Selection. Selection is a simple, but important method of improving plants. As
the name suggeststhis method consists of selecting the outstanding types and
discarding those that are undesirable, because of certain characteristics being
possessed by them.
For example, in small grains, plants resistant to lodging may be selected; and
with alfalfa those capable of surviving in severe winters are to be retained. After a
period of testing, during which plants are selected for certain desired traits or
characteristics, a superior strain may be developed. Improvement by selection
cannot be accomplished, however, unless the variety from which the selections are
being made possesses some plants containing the characteristics desired.
Moreover, improvement by this method is not possible unless the qualities
of the superior types of plants can be readily detected. As a result it is necessary
that keen observation based on experience and scientific knowledge should be
made in selecting the most desirable plants.
II. Make up 5 questions to the text
III. Choose the correct answer
1. If I … you a secret, you would be sure to leak it.
a) tell b) told c) had told
2. If they … me, I wouldn't have said no.
a) invite b) invited c) had invited
3. My friend … me at the station if he gets the afternoon off.
a) will meet b) would meet c) would have met
4. If I … it, nobody would do it.
a) don’t do b) didn’t do c) hadn’t done
5. If my father … me up, I'll take the bus home.
a) tell b) told c) had told
IV. Use the verb in brackets in the appropriate tense form
1.
The Browns live in the city, but they wish they (live) in the suburbs.
2.
Robert can’t dance very well, but he wishes he (can dance) better.
3.
Kate is having a hard time learning English at the University. She wishes she
(study) it better at school.
4.
Mike didn’t go to college after school. Now, he wishes he (go) to college.
5.
The weather was hot while we were there. I wish it (be) a bit cooler.
V. Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. "What are they doing?" she asked.
2. "Will you be at the party?" he asked her.
3. "Close the door behind you," he told me.
4. He said, "I know a better restaurant."
5. She said, "I woke up early."
Variant IX
I.Translate the text into Russian
A flower garden
A flower garden is any garden where flowers are grown for decorative
purposes. Because flowers bloom at varying times of the year, and some plants are
annual, dying each winter, the design of flower gardens can take into consideration
to maintain a sequence of bloom and even of consistent color combinations,
through varying seasons.
Flower gardens combine plants of different heights, colors, textures, and
fragrances to create interest and delight the senses.
Flower color is an important feature of both the herbaceous border and the
mixed border that includes shrubs as well as herbaceous plants, and of bedding-out
schemes limited to colorful annuals. Flower gardens are sometimes tied in function
to other kinds of gardens, like knot gardens or herb gardens, many herbs also
having decorative function, and some decorative flowers being
edible.
One simpler alternative to the designed flower garden is the “wildflower” seed
mix, with assortments of seeds which will create a bed that contains flowers of
various blooming seasons, so that some portion of them should always be in
bloom. The best mixtures even include combinations of perennial and biennials,
which may not bloom until the following year, and also annuals that are “selfseeding”, so they will return, creating a permanent flowerbed.
Another, even more recent trend is the “flower garden in a box”, where the
entire design of a flower garden is pre-packaged, with separate packets of each
kind of flower, and a careful layout to be followed to create the proposed pattern of
color in the garden-to-be.
II. Make up 5 questions to the text
III. Choose the correct answer
1. If Julia had had plenty of time yesterday she … us.
a) would visit b) would have visit c) would have visited
2. If you … a good specialist you will earn more,
a) were b) are c) would be
3.If people … wings they wouldn’t need airplanes.
a) have b) had c) had had
4. If I … you I wouldn’t lie to my best friend.
a) am b) was c) were
5. He will be disappointed if I …
a) didn’t come b) won’t come c) don’t come
IV. Use the verb in brackets in the appropriate tense form
1.
The boy is sad. He wishes he (not to break) the window.
2.
3.
4.
5.
My aunt wishes she (stay) at home last week.
I wish it (be) sunny.
I wish it (be) sunny during our picnic last Saturday.
She wishes she (live) in the Crimea.
V. Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. The old man said to the girl: “Don’t run across the street”.
2. Jack’s father asked him; “Who are you writing a letter to?”
3. I asked Peter: “Are you going to play football?”
4. The teacher said to Tom: “Collect the exercise-books”.
5. She said: “I will have done this work by 10 o’clock”.
Variant X
I.Translate the text into Russian
Methods of Plant Improvement.
Plant improvement is based on the principles or laws of heredity which are
included in the science known as genetics. Many of the principles and techniques
used in plant breeding are complex and to understand them fully intensive study
and training are required. Thus only the general methods of crop improvement will
be presented and discussed here. In general the improvement of plants is brought
about in three broadly different ways. They are introduction, selection, and
hybridization. Each has been used successfully to provide us with improved
varieties.
Introduction. Many of the important crop plants grown in the USA have
been not native to the United States. Actually many thousands of plants have been
introduced from other parts of the world, but only a few of the best are grown
commercially. Over 8,000 introductions of wheat alone have been made into the
United States. These and many others have been valuable not only from the
standpoint of providing the farmers with new varieties that could be grown
commercially, but, in addition, they have been a source of breeding material for
use in the development of new, improved varieties.
Selection. Selection is a simple, but important method of improving plants. As
the name suggeststhis method consists of selecting the outstanding types and
discarding those that are undesirable, because of certain characteristics being
possessed by them.
For example, in small grains, plants resistant to lodging may be selected; and
with alfalfa those capable of surviving in severe winters are to be retained. After a
period of testing, during which plants are selected for certain desired traits or
characteristics, a superior strain may be developed. Improvement by selection
cannot be accomplished, however, unless the variety from which the selections are
being made possesses some plants containing the characteristics desired.
Moreover, improvement by this method is not possible unless the qualities
of the superior types of plants can be readily detected. As a result it is necessary
that keen observation based on experience and scientific knowledge should be
made in selecting the most desirable plants.
II. Make up 5 questions to the text
III. Choose the correct answer
1. If they … time at the weekend, they will come to see us.
a) have b) had c) had had
2. If we sneak out quietly, nobody ….
a) will notice b) would notice c) would have noticed
3. If we … about your problem, we would have helped you.
a) know b) knew c) had known
4. If I … you, I would not buy that dress.
a) am b) were c) had been
5. We … earlier if we had not missed the bus.
a) will arrive b) would arrive c) would have arrived
IV. Use the verb in brackets in the appropriate tense form
1. I wish you (stop) watching TV while I am talking to you.
2. I wish she (can come) yesterday but she had an important meeting.
3. I wish I (know) someone to whom I could have gone for advice when I was
18.
4. If only I (keep) my appointment with the dentist yesterday. I wouldn't have
toothache now.
5. If only you (make) less noise.
V. Change the sentences into indirect speech.
1. She said, "I am reading."
2. He said: "I won't tell anyone."
3. Where have you been?" the mother asked her daughter.
4. "Which dress do you like best?" she asked her boyfriend.
5. She said, "Go upstairs."
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