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  1. Задание 1 из 12
    1.

    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________ from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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  3. Задание 3 из 12
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    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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  4. Задание 4 из 12
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    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________ galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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  5. Задание 5 из 12
    5.

    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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  7. Задание 7 из 12
    7.

    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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  8. Задание 8 из 12
    8.

    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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  9. Задание 9 из 12
    9.

    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________ school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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  10. Задание 10 из 12
    10.

    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________ children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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  12. Задание 12 из 12
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    ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

     

    In Britain, works of art are (1) _________ in art galleries and, especially outside London, in museums. Shops that sell paintings are also (2) __________galleries. In the US public art collections are displayed in art museums, and a gallery is a place where people go to buy works of art.
    Many galleries and museums in Britain and the US receive limited financial (3) __________from national or local government. Some galleries obtain money through sponsorship. Works of art are often eхpensive and galleries can rarely buy them without organizing a public appeal or, in Britain, (4) ___________ money from the National Art Collections Fund.
    Visiting an art gallery is a popular leisure activity for a large number of British people. Galleries and museums are friendlier places than they used to be. Many try to (5) __________children’s interest in art by (6) __________school visits. Most Americans make their first (7) __________ to an art museum with their school class, but when they are older, they usually only visit museums when they travel on vacation.
    The most popular galleries in Britain, all in London, are the National Gallery, which (8) _____________ over 4 million visitors a year, the Tate Gallery, which specializes in the work of British artists. Important art museums in the US include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    Galleries sometimes mount exhibitions of the paintings of one artist, e.g. Turner, that are brought together from all over the world. People are (9) __________ to queue for a long time to see them. Many people admire old masters, famous works by great artists, but have little interest in modern art. New works receive (10) ___________ in the media only when they are unusual or likely to shock people. Galleries and museums try to encourage a more positive (11) __________ to modern art but many people (12) __________ doubtful.

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