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Вторник, 17 ноября 2015 11:19

Текст для чтения №2

За­да­ние 41 № 2831. Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have 1.5 minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud. You will not have more than 1.5 minutes to read it.

 

 

How many nostrils do you have? Four. Two you can see, two you can’t. This discovery came from observing how fish breathe. Fish get their oxygen from water. Most of them have two pairs of nostrils, a forward-facing set for letting water in and a pair of «exhaust pipes» for letting it out again. The question is, if humans evolved from fishes, where did the other pair of nostrils go. The answer is that they migrated back inside the head to become internal. To do this they somehow had to work their way back through the teeth.

Similar gaps between the teeth can also be seen at an early stage of the human birth. When they fail to join up, the result is a cleft palate. So one ancient fish explains two ancient human mysteries. The most recent research on noses, incidentally, shows that we use each of our two external nostrils to detect different smells.

 

 

По­яс­не­ние.

По­лез­но вна­ча­ле про­чи­тать текст зада­ния про себя; вы­де­лить труд­ные для про­из­но­ше­ния слова; раз­ме­тить ин­то­на­цию; про­чи­тать текст ше­по­том, а потом вслух, об­ра­щая вни­ма­ние на слит­ность и бег­лость речи.

Читая текст, из­бе­гай­те не­обос­но­ван­ных пауз в речи, верно рас­став­ляй­те уда­ре­ния и пра­виль­но ис­поль­зуй­те ин­то­на­цию, не на­ру­шай­те нормы про­из­но­ше­ния слов.

 



Источник: РЕШУ ЕГЭ

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