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  1. Directions: Read the text below. Then read the questions that follow it and choose the best answer to each question correspondingly among, marking your answers on your answer sheet.

    Beer Brewing Paralleled the Rise of Civilization



    The basic process of producing, or brewing beer - malting, mashing, boiling, and fermenting - has remained relatively unchanged for thousands of years.
    The first recorded knowledge of brewing beer dates back to 6 000years ago and the Sumarians. The relatively simple process of turning grain into an eatable substance—or "liquid bread"—is at least as old as civilization. There is a perfectly respectable academic theory that civilization began with beer. Some people even claim that beer may have been the main food of man even before bread was invented.
    During the Neolithic Revolution, bands of hunters and gatherers began forming organized communities to cultivate the land—the beginning of civilization. We know that in farming the land, they grew things, and the first thing grown was cereal grains in the Middle East.
    The theories about the early emergence of beer are based on he fact that grains can be grown in poorer soils and require less water to grow than other crops, such as grapes. Unlike grapes, however, grains have no juice to extract. Therefore, perhaps in an attempt to find a way to make grain edible, they had to be soaked in water, which led to a natural fermentation process that produced what Julius Caesar described as "a high and mighty liquor."


    The process of producing beer has changed dramatically in the course of time.
  2. The first records of making beer date back to the year 600 AD.
  3. Some think beer was consumed as food even before people knew how to make bread.
  4. Growing cereals marked the beginning of civilization.
  5. Perhaps beer was popular because grains can be grown almost anywhere.
  6. Julius Caesar never tasted beer.
  7. Directions: Read the text below. Then read the questions that follow it and choose the best answer to each question correspondingly among, marking your answers on your answer sheet.

    Bullfightin



    It is hard to defend most hunters’ claim that humans have the right to kill another species for entertainment. All across Europe people are protesting bullfighting as inhumane. To such people, there is no difference between the killing of a bull in a ring and a stray dog in an alleyway.
    Of course, a Spanish fighting bull is by far not defenseless; these bulls are warriors, descendants of the massive prehistoric bison of Europe. They were once worshipped as deities 2 in Asia Minor and bred by medieval feudal lords just to be killed in public by a man in a ring on a hot afternoon.
    The Spanish have never thought this was entertainment, or a sport. For the last seven centuries, bullfighting has, instead, been mystically regarded as something between art and religion. Articles about bullfights aren’t even in the sports sections of Spanish newspapers; they appear in the cultural and arts pages, next to opera and ballet.


    Many Europeans protest bullfighting because …
  8. In Spain fighting bulls were …
  9. To a Spaniard bullfighting is rather …
  10. The Spanish press treats bullfighting as part of Spanish …

Тест английски език - ДЗИ 2011 по желание

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Дата: 2012-01-23 20:17:08
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