Упражнение 29 Unit 2 рабочей тетради
ГДЗ English Михеева 9 класс - ответы
Books are used for (1) storing and passing on all kinds of knowledge, ideas, and stories. Some of the earliest books were made by the ancient Egyptians. They were written by hand on rolls of paper made (2) from the papyrus plant.
By the time of the Roman Empire, many books were handwritten on parchment or vellum, made (3) from animal skin. It (4) was cut into sheets to look much the same (5) as a modern book.
During the Middle Ages, monks made many beautiful books.
They were (6) decorated by hand with bright colours and sometimes with gold and silver. In the 1400s (7) printing on paper was introduced in Europe. At first this was very slow because much of the work still (8) had to be done by hand. Then Johannes Gutenberg invented a machine with (9) movable type which could produce books (10) quickly. Today, many (11) millions of books are produced every year, in all the languages of the world.
Newspapers are just what their name says — they are papers that (1) print news. They first appeared in the 1400s. Printers produced pamphlets (2) telling people what was happening in the country and what they thought about it. Modern newspapers first appeared in the 1700s. Today, there are newspapers in (3) almost every country in the world, in many different languages. Some (4) are printed every day, some every week.
One of the oldest newspapers is “The Times” of London. It (5) began in 1785. (6) Other famous newspapers are the “New York Times” and the “Washington Post” in the United States, and “Le Monde” in France. The first (7) successful US (8) daily newspaper, the “Pennsylvania Packet and General Advertiser”, was published in 1784.
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