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In ___ past wealthy people travelled to distant parts of ___ world to see great buildings, works of art, learn new languages, experience new cultures, and taste different cuisines. During ___ Roman Republic, spas and coastal resorts were popular among ___ rich. Modern tourism can be traced to what was known as ___ Grand Tour, which was ___ traditional trip around Europe, (especially Germany and Italy), undertaken by mainly upper-class. Mass tourism developed with improvements in technology, which allowed ___ transport of large numbers of people in ___ short period of time to places of leisure interest, so that greater numbers of people could begin to enjoy ___ benefits of leisure time. Nowadays tourists have ___ wide range of budgets and tastes, and ___ wide variety of resorts and hotels have developed to cater for them. For example, some people prefer simple beach vacations, while others want more specialised holidays and quieter resorts.

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Teenagers begin to separate from Mom and Dad in ___ attempt to become more independent. At ___ same time, teenagers are increasingly aware of how others, especially their teenage peers view them. They often start experimenting with different looks and behaviors and they become sensitive to how they differ from their teenage peers. This often can result in conflict between parents and teenagers. Teens need to detach ___ bit from their parents; especially ___ parent whom they’re ___ closest to. This is evident when your teenager appears to always have different point of view than you. Parents should be careful to allow their teenagers’ opinions and tastes to differ from their own. This is ___ difficult stage for parents and teenagers alike.

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Upon graduation from Hogwarts, Minerva returned to ___ manse to enjoy one last summer with her family before setting out for London, where she had been offered ___ position at ___ Ministry of Magic (Department of Magical Law Enforcement). These months were to prove some of ___ most difficult of Minerva’s life, for it was then, aged only eighteen, that she proved herself truly her mother’s daughter, by falling head-over-heels in love with ___ Muggle boy. It was ___ first and only time in Minerva McGonagall’s life that she might have been said to lose her head. Dougal McGregor was ___ handsome, clever and funny son of ___ local farmer. Though less beautiful than Isobel, Minerva was clever and witty. Dougal and Minerva shared ___ sense of humour, argued fiercely, and suspected mysterious depths in each other. Before either of them knew it, Dougal was on one knee in ___ ploughed field, proposing, and Minerva was accessing him. She went home, intending to tell her parents of her engagement, yet found herself unable to do so. All that night she lay awake, thinking about her future. Dougal did not know what she, Minerva, truly was, any more than her father had known ___ truth about Isobel before they had married. Minerva had witnessed at close quarters ___ kind of marriage she might have if she wed Dougal. It would be ___ end of all her ambitions; it would mean ___ wand locked away, and children taught to lie, perhaps even to their own father. She did not fool herself that Dougal McGregor would accompany her to London, while she went to work every day at ___ Ministry. He was looking forward to inheriting his father’s farm. Early next morning, Minerva slipped from her parents’ house and went to tell Dougal that she had changed her mind, and could not marry him. Mindful of ___ fact that if she broke ___ International Statute of Secrecy, she would lose ___ job at ___ Ministry for which she was giving him up, she could give him no good reason for her change of heart. She left him devastated, and set out for London three days later.

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Текст 1. 

In the past wealthy people travelled to distant parts of the world to see great buildings, works of art, learn new languages, experience new cultures, and taste different cuisines. During the Roman Republic, spas and coastal resorts were popular among the rich. Modern tourism can be traced to what was known as the Grand Tour, which was a traditional trip around Europe, (especially Germany and Italy), undertaken by mainly upper-class. Mass tourism developed with improvements in technology, which allowed the transport of large numbers of people in a short period of time to places of leisure interest, so that greater numbers of people could begin to enjoy the benefits of leisure time. Nowadays tourists have a wide range of budgets and tastes, and a wide variety of resorts and hotels have developed to cater for them. For example, some people prefer simple beach vacations, while others want more specialised holidays and quieter resorts.

Текст 2.

Teenagers begin to separate from Mom and Dad in an attempt to become more independent. At the same time, teenagers are increasingly aware of how others, especially their teenage peers view them. They often start experimenting with different looks and behaviors and they become sensitive to how they differ from their teenage peers. This often can result in conflict between parents and teenagers. Teens need to detach a bit from their parents; especially the parent whom they’re the closest to. This is evident when your teenager appears to always have different point of view than you. Parents should be careful to allow their teenagers’ opinions and tastes to differ from their own. This is a difficult stage for parents and teenagers alike.

Текст 3. 

Upon graduation from Hogwarts, Minerva returned to the manse to enjoy one last summer with her family before setting out for London, where she had been offered a position at the Ministry of Magic (Department of Magical Law Enforcement). These months were to prove some of the most difficult of Minerva’s life, for it was then, aged only eighteen, that she proved herself truly her mother’s daughter, by falling head-over-heels in love with a Muggle boy. It was the first and only time in Minerva McGonagall’s life that she might have been said to lose her head. Dougal McGregor was the handsome, clever and funny son of a local farmer. Though less beautiful than Isobel, Minerva was clever and witty. Dougal and Minerva shared a sense of humour, argued fiercely, and suspected mysterious depths in each other. Before either of them knew it, Dougal was on one knee in a ploughed field, proposing, and Minerva was accessing him. She went home, intending to tell her parents of her engagement, yet found herself unable to do so. All that night she lay awake, thinking about her future. Dougal did not know what she, Minerva, truly was, any more than her father had known the truth about Isobel before they had married. Minerva had witnessed at close quarters the kind of marriage she might have if she wed Dougal. It would be the end of all her ambitions; it would mean a wand locked away, and children taught to lie, perhaps even to their own father. She did not fool herself that Dougal McGregor would accompany her to London, while she went to work every day at the Ministry. He was looking forward to inheriting his father’s farm. Early next morning, Minerva slipped from her parents’ house and went to tell Dougal that she had changed her mind, and could not marry him. Mindful of the fact that if she broke the International Statute of Secrecy, she would lose the job at the Ministry for which she was giving him up, she could give him no good reason for her change of heart. She left him devastated, and set out for London three days later.

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