Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами 1 – 7. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям 1 – 7, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов (А, B, C, D). Установите соответствие номера пропуска варианту ответа.
Mary wanted something to do, anything to do. Her reason was twofold: one, she wanted with good conscience to escape Glenda’s chore list; and two, she wanted to (1) ______ her mind busy and off last night and Max’s good-night kiss. She looked at the framed photo of her and Glenda on her desk. It made her smile; they didn’t even (2) ______ alike though they were twins. Leaving of musing, she shoved the paperwork on her desk aside and crossed her ankles comfortably on the space she’d cleared. Then she popped a cold can of Pepsi, and (3) ______ her situation.
The following day there was no (4) ______ for Mary to escape Glenda’s chore list; not if she still wanted Glenda to agree to throw a surprise birthday party for Max. After (5) ______ a phone call to Uncle Robert to ask him to check around and see what he could hear about a hockey fan named Perry, she reluctantly started in on the list of chores Glenda had handed her at breakfast.
It was a foggy windblown day outside just made for warm sweaters and socks, the comfort clothes she adored. Living in St. Louis, one could (6) ______ the weather to change at any moment. Mary almost didn’t hear the knock at the door when it came so close after the thunder. She saw a good-looking stranger who said, “I’m looking (7) ______ Glenda.” Looking down at a piece of paper in his hand he read, “Her name is Glenda Johnson. Look, maybe I have the wrong address. This is some sort of bed and breakfast, isn’t it?”. He looked confused.
- A) hold B) put C) fix D) keep
- A) look B) glance C) see D) watch
- A) reflected B) considered C) thought D) assumed
- A) path B) route C) way D) road
- A) making B) giving C) taking D) doing
- A) await B) expect C) imagine D) believe
- A) after B) in C) for D) up