Выбрать правильные варианты ответов._____________Since seven o’clock in the morning, the Madisons had been up and busy around. It was no simple matter
Выбрать правильные варианты ответов.
Since seven o’clock in the morning, the Madisons had been up and busy around. It was no simple matter to prepare a feast from soup to nuts. Still, Mrs Madison would not change places for anything or anybody. She enjoyed days such as this when all the family- aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents- came for a visit, each bringing a contribution to the overall festivities. The Madisons, themselves, supplied the turkey. One more Thanksgiving Day. This was a sentimental holiday. It was a suitable time for cozy family reunions. Aside from the origins of the day, extending back to the time of the original settlers, the occasion also reminded the Madisons of the fact that they had to be thankful for living in a country such as the United States. Mr Madison, in particular, always thought of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s inspiring message:”Let us be thankful that in America we sit down, on this day, to carve up a turkey and not a map”.
1. Why had the Madisons been busy in the morning?
A. They had to leave for a village.
B. They had to meet their relatives.
C. They had to meet their neighbours.
2. What did the guests bring with them?
A. flowers B. books C. food
3. What did the Madisons supply themselves?
A. a turkey B. a chicken C. a pig
4. What is the origin of the holiday?
A. It extends back to the time of the original settlers.
B. The origin of the holiday is not known.
C. It extends to the time when the Pilgrims came to America.
D. Both A and C are correct.
5. Why had the Madisons to be thankful for living in the USA?
A. Because they could sit down on this day to carve up a turkey.
B. Because on this day they didn’t carve up a map.
C. Both A and B are correct.
Должно быть так, но во втором не указано либо я слепая