Job 19 еге in Russian language

Job 19 еге in Russian language

This task consists of a sentence and options for placing punctuation marks. It is necessary to choose all correct variants of arrangement of punctuation marks.

Algorithm for the task:

Select the semantic parts in the sentence, determine their syntactic role.

Determine what the parts of the sentence are related by, separate them with the appropriate punctuation marks.

Analyze, what is complicated each part, check the punctuation marks with them.

Match the result with the options for placing punctuation marks.

Write down the correct sequence of numbers.

Let’s look at the Test task and examine it together:

Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

Garik had a very important

matter (1) but (2) if you take into account his frivolous appearance (3) it seemed (4) that he was not prepared for a serious event. Let’s go through the commas: 1) The comma separates the sentence “Garik had a very important matter” and the proposal “seemed”, connected by a coherent link. 2) The comma is not put, since the union “If” has a correlative word “That”. 3) The comma delineates the subordinate clause “if you accept, appearance.” 4) The comma delineates the subordinate clause “that he prepared himself for the measure.” Answer: 1,3,4.

Test variants for the assignment of 19 from Ege in Russian:

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Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

Let at all times in Russia grow heroes such (1) that (2) when the time comes (3) no one would ever be able to overcome Russia (4) and even think about it could not.

Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

Olga went uninhabited (1) and (2) when the heels began to break heavily from the round cobblestones of the roadway (3) she remembered (4) how she had once returned home this way.

Arrange

the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

Tatyana Afanasyevna gave her brother a sign (1) that the patient wants to sleep (2) and (3) when everyone quietly left the light-colored house (4) again sat down at the spinning wheel.

Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

I calmed down a bit (1) and (2) when my mother went to work (3) took up her usual affairs (4) although the mood was not at all joyful.

Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

All the guests went away (1) the hostess wanted to be alone (2) and (3) when Anton asked permission to spend the evening with neighbors (4), she did not hold her son.

Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

I have briefly absent himself now (1) but (2) when I come back again to Moscow (3) I will be very glad to see you (4) If you deign to accept the appointment.

Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

About Maxim Gorky wrote so much (1) that (2) if it was not an inexhaustible person (3) it would be impossible to add a line to that (4) that is already written about him.

Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

At the entrance to the terminal (1) where the taxi drivers were waiting for the visitors (2) and (3) the billboards were shining (4) Svetlana stopped indecisively.

Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

I knew (1) that at night it was raining (2) and (3) that (4) if you now touch the branches of lilac (5) dew will fall from the bushes.

Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

I came up with some new ideas (1) and (2) if you come (3) I will gladly tell you about (4) what I now care.

Arrange the punctuation marks: specify all the digits where the comma must appear in the sentence.

If Irina got used to Ferapontov and managed to love him (1) then Victor came here for the first time (2) and (3) although he knew a lot from stories (4) was amazed at everything (5) that he saw.


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Job 19 еге in Russian language