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Fleet Street

Fleet Street runs east from the Royal Courts of Justice as far as Ludgate Circus. It

takes its name from the Fleet River, A ____________ where Farrington Road now

stands. At that time traffic had to cross over the Fleet Bridge in order to reach the

cathedral.

Fleet Street’s associations with printing go back to the end of the 15th century,

when the pioneer publisher Wynkyn de Worde moved here from Westminster. Between

1500 and his death in 1535, from his premises he printed and published hundreds of

books, B ___________ (the Inns of Court and Blackfriars Monastery were both nearby).

Other printers also working in the area included Richard Pynson, printer to the

king after 1508, C ____________ of Fleet Street and Chancery Lane. In 1530 Sir

Thomas More’s nephew William Rastell began printing and selling books from

premises in St Bride’s churchyard, D ____________ in 1557. It was clear that the publishing industry was here to stay. A key date in the history

of Fleet Street was the year 1702 E ____________. Since then the street became home

to hundreds of newspapers, and its name is still synonymous with British national

journalism.

This state of affairs only came to an end in 1980’s, F ____________ caused by the

changeover to the new technology, which necessitated relocating to gain more space.

The Times led the way, to Docklands, and within a few years Fleet Street was stripped

of its soul.

1. whose office was at the corner

2. which years ago followed the route

3. when the British press was going through a period of deep crisis

4. bringing out an edition of his uncle’s works

5. many on legal and religious subjects

6. including the publishers of Thackeray and the Brontл sisters

7. when the first newspaper, the Daily Courant, appeared

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Fleet Street

Fleet Street runs east from the Royal Courts of Justice as far as Ludgate Circus. It

takes its name from the Fleet River, which years ago followed the route where Farrington Road now

stands. At that time traffic had to cross over the Fleet Bridge in order to reach the

cathedral.

Fleet Street’s associations with printing go back to the end of the 15th century,

when the pioneer publisher Wynkyn de Worde moved here from Westminster. Between

1500 and his death in 1535, from his premises he printed and published hundreds of

books, many on legal and religious subjects  (the Inns of Court and Blackfriars Monastery were both nearby).

Other printers also working in the area included Richard Pynson, printer to the

king after 1508, whose office was at the corner  of Fleet Street and Chancery Lane. In 1530 Sir

Thomas More’s nephew William Rastell began printing and selling books from

premises in St Bride’s churchyard, bringing out an edition of his uncle’s works in 1557. It was clear that the publishing industry was here to stay. A key date in the history

of Fleet Street was the year 1702  when the first newspaper, the Daily Courant, appeared. Since then the street became home

to hundreds of newspapers, and its name is still synonymous with British national

journalism.

This state of affairs only came to an end in 1980’s, when the British press was going through a period of deep crisis caused by the

changeover to the new technology, which necessitated relocating to gain more space.

The Times led the way, to Docklands, and within a few years Fleet Street was stripped

of its soul.

A-2  B-5  C-1  D-4  E-7  F-3 ; 6 часть-лишняя

 

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Fleet Street

 

Fleet Street runs east from the Royal Courts of Justice as far as Ludgate Circus. It

takes its name from the Fleet River, А-2 which years ago followed the route where Farrington Road now stands. At that time traffic had to cross over the Fleet Bridge in order to reach the cathedral.

Fleet Street’s associations with printing go back to the end of the 15th century, when the pioneer publisher Wynkyn de Worde moved here from Westminster. Between

1500 and his death in 1535, from his premises he printed and published hundreds of

books, B-6 including the publishers of Thackeray and the Brontл sisters  (the Inns of Court and Blackfriars Monastery were both nearby).

Other printers also working in the area included Richard Pynson, printer to the king after 1508, C- 1 whose office was at the corner of Fleet Street and Chancery Lane. In 1530 Sir

Thomas More’s nephew William Rastell began printing and selling books from premises in St Bride’s churchyard, D-4 bringing out an edition of his uncle’s works in 1557.  It was clear that the publishing industry was here to stay. A key date in the history of Fleet Street was the year 1702  E-7 when the first newspaper, the Daily Courant, appeared. Ключевое событие в истории Флит-Стрит произошло в 1702 году, когда вышла первая газета Диэли Курант. Since then the street became home to hundreds of newspapers, and its name is still synonymous with British national journalism.

This state of affairs only came to an end in 1980’s, F-3 when the British press was going through a period of deep crisis caused by the changeover to the new technology, which necessitated relocating to gain more space.- Такое положение дел подошлj к концу в 1980-х, когда британская пресса переживала период глубокого кризиса, вызванного переходом к новой технологии, что привело к необходимости переселения для получения большего пространства.

The Times led the way, to Docklands, and within a few years Fleet Street was stripped

of its soul.

A-2  

B-6 

C-1

D-4

E-7  

F-3

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