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One of the most significant dates during the reign of the Spanish Catholic Monarchs was 12th October 1492: the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus.
The fact that Christopher Columbus (who was not originally Spanish) appealed to a foreign court to offer his services proved that the discovery of America was not unexpected.
Portugal and Spain were well-advanced in the exploration of overseas mercantile routes and Sevilla, a wealthy Spanish city, was by then an important commercial centre. We know that the African routes were closed to Spain in favour of Portugal. In 1479, Alfonso V of Portugal recognized the rights of Spain over the Canary Islands, while Spain ^recognized the rights of Portugal over the Azores, Cape Verde and Madeira.
The Canary Islands were an excellent bridgehead for alternate routes. Unified Spain possessed in 1492 a powerful war machine, a solid economy, naval experience including the exploration of trade routes and notable scientific-technical potential mathematicians, geographers, astronomers and shipbuilders who had been formed in a melting-pot of three cultures: Jews, Muslims and Christians. Its only rival was its neighbour, Portugal, which, as we know, had put a stop to Spanish expansion in Africa.
Columbus’ offer was rapidly accepted, but during his journey to Asia his caravels unexpectedly came across the American continent.
The Spanish were especially well prepared by history to conquer, occupy, populate and exploit new lands and assimilate new people. America thus became the new frontier-land for those people used to its ways and with the military, diplomats and administrative arms at their disposal to face the challenge. By the middle of the 16th century, they had settled in the two most important viceroyalties, Mexico on the Atlantic, and Peru on the Pacific.
A5 Sevilla was the largest sea port and trade center of the world.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated
A6 In the 15-th century it was the privilege of Portugal to use African routes.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated
A7 By 1492 Spain had serious resourses to expand its world influence
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated
A8 The Spanish were not ready to settle on the newly open lands.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

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The White House

For more than 200 years, the White House has been known as the symbol of the President's administration, and of the United States.
The history of the White House began when President George Washington signed an Act of Congress in December of 1790 which declared that the federal government would live in a district "not exceeding ten miles square on the river Potomac." The creation of the new American capital began. Later it was named Washington after the first American President.

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The Presidential Palace was seriously damaged in the great fire of 1814. The British invaded Washington and burned many buildings. After the war James Hoban, the original architect, partially rebuilt the President’s home. To cover the marks of the fire, the building was painted white. At various times in history, the building has been known as the President's Palace, the President's House, and the Executive Mansion. President Theodore Roosevelt officially gave it the name of the White House in 1901.
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In 1805 President Thomas Jefferson opened the house for public tours. However, since September 11, 2001 the public tours have been prohibited.

There are 132 rooms in the residence now. For recreation, the White House has a variety of facilities available to its residents, including a tennis court, a jogging track, a swimming pool, a movie theatre, and a bowling alley.

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President Theodore Roosevelt enlarged the territory of the White House.
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The White House had several names during its history.
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The President’s House was built according to George Washington’s design.
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The White House offers different sport facilities to its residents.
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False
3)
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All the government members approved of the place for the new capital.
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The garden of the White House presents a rich collection of exotic plants.
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True
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«We felt absolutely awful!» said Mrs Brown. «We'd been moving the bag around the room to hide the cards from Michelle and we kept touching the bag. It's all so embarrassing. If we ever get a card like that again, we'll throw it straight in the bin!»

A5. They have a pet at home.

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A6. The Browns took up their floor.

l)True 2) False 3) Not stated

A7. Michelle bought this card.

l)True 2) False 3) Not stated

A8. They don't want to buy such cards any more.
l)True 2) False 3) Not stated

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Once upon a time there was an old man who dearly loved his only son.
His son enjoyed riding horses and swimming in the swift waters of mountain
rivers, but most of all he liked hunting. The old man was proud that his son was
full of courage but he was afraid of his passion for hunting. Once in a dream he
saw that his son would be killed by a huge lion. The poor father was afraid that
this dream would come true and decided to save his only son. The man built a
nice big house for his son and set in a high place where he could keep his eye on
him. The father didn’t allow the young man to leave the house. In order to
please and entertain his son, the old man put paintings of every kind of animal in
one of the rooms. There was a buffalo, a wolf, an elephant, a rhino and deers in
the pictures. Among them there was a lion. But looking at all the animals did not
distract the young man from his boredom.
One day, he approached the painting and spoke angrily to the lion in it:
“You damned beast, it’s because of you and my father’s lying dream that I am
kept here in this prison. I can’t do what I want. I can neither climb the mountains
nor hunt in the forest. It’s your fault. What can I do to you?” And as he said
this, he struck his fist against the wall to blind the lion. But a small sharp piece
of wood got under his fingernail and the young man could not get it out. The old
man called for a doctor but the doctor wasn’t able to help his son. The finger
became red and hurt unbearably, it increased to an enormous size. Soon the
young man died of the fierce fever. The lion, even though it was only a painted
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1. The old man’s son was against killing animals.
True
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2. The son liked staying inside the house.
True
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3. The old man decorated the house with the most expensive pictures.
True
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4. The old man failed to save his son.
True
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