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Task 1.
Question 1. In which of the ancient states of rhetoric was considered the queen of all sciences?
1. Egypt;
2. Assyria;
3. Greece;
4. Babylon;
5. Rome.
Question 2: Who is considered the founder of the theory of rhetorical science?
1. Aristotle;
2. Quintilian;
3. Socrates;
4. Plato;
5. Gorgias.
Question 3. What is the name of the author of the "Short guide to eloquence."
1. IS Riga;
2. MV Lomonosov;
3. AF Merzlyakov;
4. NF Koshanskogo;
5. MM Speransky.
Question 4: Who owns the definition of rhetoric as "the ability to find possible ways of persuasion with respect to each of the subject"?
1. Aristotle;
2. Gorgias;
3. Cicero;
4. MV Lomonosov;
5. Quintilian.
Question 5. What are the author's words: "Nothing is not as much distinguishes man from other animals, as the power of the mind and the gift of speech."
1. Aristotle;
2. NF Koshanskogo;
3. Cicero;
4. MV Lomonosov;
5. MM Speransky.

Task 2.
Question 1. Name of the author of "Three treatises on oratory."
1. Aristotle;
2. Gorgias;
3. Cicero;
4. Quintilian;
5. Plato.
Question 2. Name the author of "Twelve books instructing rhetorical-ny."
1. Aristotle;
2. Gorgias;
3. Cicero;
4. Quintilian;
5. Plato.
Question 3. What are the author of "Threads".
1. Aristotle;
2. MV Lomonosov;
3. NF Koshanskogo;
4. MM Speransky;
5. KP Zelenetskii.
Question 4. Name the author of "Rules of the highest eloquence."
1. Aristotle;
2. MV Lomonosov;
3. NF Koshanskogo;
4. MM Speransky;
5. KP Zelenetskii.
Question 5: Who owns the work of the authors' studies of rhetoric, in its pseudo-scientific content and the relationship which it has the general theory of words and logic. "
1. Aristotle;
2. MV Lomonosov;
3. NF Koshanskogo;
4. MM Speransky;
5. KP Zelenetskii.

Task 3.
Question 1. Eliminate the excess element in the list of sources of eloquence, called MV Lomonosov.
1. A natural talent;
2. Artistry;
3. Imitation of authors;
4. Exercises;
5. Knowledge of other sciences.
Question 2. This, according to Aristotle, belongs to the first treatise on rhetoric.
Gorgias;
Fox;
Isocrates;
Corax;
Socrates.
Question 3. What is the characteristic most accurately reflects the concept of rhetorical ideal?
1. The content of the speech;
2. Basic requirements for speech;
3. The quality of the speaker;
4. Stages of construction of speech;
5. Conditions for the efficiency of speech.
Question 4: Who owns the aphorism "You can not be a true orator, who is not an honest man."
1. Aristotle;
2. Gorgias;
3. Cicero;
4. Quintilian;
5. Plato.
Question 5: Who owns the aphorism "the Word, having light weight and unobtrusive body can do great things" (Gorgias).
1. Aristotle;
2. Gorgias;
3. Cicero;
4. Quintilian;
5. Plato.

Task 4.
Question 1. What are the author's speech, "In Praise of Helen."
1. Aristotle;
2. Gorgias;
3. Cicero;
4. Quintilian;
5. Plato.
Question 2. What are the author's speech, "In defense of Roscius."
1. Aristotle;
2. Gorgias;
3. Cicero;
4. Quintilian;
5. Plato.
Question 3: Who is the author of the definition: "Eloquence is the art of any given matter, and to say the red bend others to their opinion about thereof."
1. Aristotle;
2. MV Lomonosov;
3. NF Koshanskogo;
4. MM Speransky;
5. KP Zelenetskii.
Question 4: What are the teacher of literature AS Pushkin in tsarist-rural Lyceum.
1. Aristotle;
2. MV Lomonosov;
3. NF Koshanskogo;
4. MM Speransky;
5. KP Zelenetskii
Question 5. What are the author's lines: "The voice of fury befitting yar be alone; ne in Chali-dull and thick; in strase humbled, kind, dull ... "
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Question 4. In what section provides practical tips located NIJ-material?
1. Elokutsiya;
2. Memory;
3. The disposition;
4. Invention;
5. Accio.
Question 5: In what section provides practical advice on design of the found material by means of language?
1. Elokutsiya;
2. Memory;
3. The disposition;
4. Invention;
5. Accio.

Task 6.
Question 1. What are the characteristics of the excess element of oratorical skill, discussed in section utterance (Accio).
1.Manera stay;
2. Compliance with the content of the subject;
3. The sound of voices;
4. Appearance;
5. Statement of logical stress.
Question 2. Find the correct matching Russian term "elokutsiya."
1. Decoration;
2. Clarification;
3. Expression;
4. Location;
5. Finding.
Question 3. Find the correct matching Russian term "dispozi-tion."
1. Decoration;
2. Clarification;
3. Expression;
4. Location;
5. Finding.
Question 4. Find the correct matching Russian term "Invention".
1. Decoration;
2. The present invention;
3. Expression;
4. Location;
5. Finding.
Question 5: In what section of the rhetorical appeal to science categories such as the selection of appropriate linguistic resources, grammatical correctness, clarity of thought, beauty of expression.
1. Invention.
2. The disposition.
3. Elokutsiya.
4. Memory.
5. Accio.

Task 7.
Question 1. Which stage rhetorical canon corresponds to the following activities: the choice of theme, the use of topos, the definition of goals and the name of the question?
1. Elokutsiya;
2. Memory;
3. The disposition;
4. Invention;
5. Accio.
Question 2. Find the correct definition of the category of rhetorical topos.
1. "incomplete given the argument";
2. The "common place";
3. "certain recurring substantive content of speech";
4. 'Structurally semantic model generation of the statement on the basis of which the SRI-built segments of text and entire texts ";
5. "The dialectical method of thinking about the subject of the question."
Question 3. What is the name the use of topos Aristotle?
1. The method of the invention;
2. The method of investigation of the subject of speech;
3. Gradual movement from thought to word;
4. Filling the speech;
5. An algorithm for constructing statements.
Question 4. What is the name MV toposes Lomonosov in the "Quick Guide to the eloquence"?
1. The sources of the invention;
2. Taxonomy;
3. Rhetorical place;
4. Common places;
5. The cognitive model.
Question 5. This is attributed to the development stage of Inventions?
1. Gorgias;
2. Hermagor;
3. Socrates;
4. Plato;
5. Aristotle.

Task 8.
Question 1. What are the excess element in the list of most-the propagation United topos.
1. The characteristics of generic;
2. Dividing the object into pieces;
3. Defining the subject of the speech;
4. Conclusions;
5. Highlight the object properties of speech
Question 2. What are the excess element in the list of the most common topos.
1. Search for the circumstances;
2. Identify the cause-effect relationships;
3. Appeal to the origin of the word (name);
4. Comparison;
5. Description of the items.
Question 3. What does the topos "of generic-teristic characterized the subject of speech" in the following passage from the story Taffy: "There are still some" laughter through tears "... There are laughter - real muddle ...
There is laughter Shakespearean villains and fellow robbers, almost silent, guessing only unnatural osklablennomu mouth and shaking shoulders.
Oh, many, many different laughter in the world ... But there is one laughs at the memory of that life becomes warmer.
This laugh without reason, an end in itself, and quiet, and ringing, all - lights, all - brig

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