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IX. Answer about the article

    1. When did the ships cross the equator for the second time?

    2. Where did the ships head for?

    3. Where did the Nadezhda anchor in July?

    4. How long did she stay there?

    5. What did she do there?

    6. What hardships did she encounter on the way to Japan?

    7. What port did she arrive?

    8. When did the Japanese allow the ship to enter the harbor?

    9. How long did she stay there?

    10. Did the seamen go ashore?

    11. Did Rezanov establish diplomatic relations with Japan?

    12. Why not?

    13. What letter did Rezanov receive from the Japanese emperor?

    14. What countries did Japan trade with?

    15. Why did Kruzenstern explore the Japanese Sea?

    16. What two islands did he explore and map?

    17. Why did Kruzenstern think that Sakhalin was a peninsula?

    18. Who corrected his mistake?

    19. Where did the Nadezhda meet with the Neva?

    20. Who met the Neva on Alaska?

    21. Where did Lisyanski sail from Russian America?

    22. What cape did the two ships pass in dense fog?

    23. When did the ships return to Kronstadt?

    24. What regular sea route was established?

X. Insert prepositions

  1. At the end of May the ships crossed the Equator … south … north.

  2. The Nadezhda sailed … Kamchatka, while the Neva headed … Alaska.

  3. Nadezhda anchored … Petropavlovsk.

  4. The ship stayed there … six weeks.

  5. Nadezhda set … … Japan.

  6. Here the vessel had to stay … half a year.

  7. The Russian envoy Rezanov could not reach agreement … the establishment of diplomatic relations … Japan.

  8. He was given a letter … the Japanese emperor forbidding Russian ships to approach the coasts of that country.

  9. On the way back to Kamchatka, Krusenstern led his ship … the Japanese Sea, hardly known … Europeans at that time.

  10. On the way he explored the strait … the Island and Japan.

  11. When attempting to pass … that island and the continent, the ship came … a big shoal.

  12. Krusenstern came … the wrong conclusion that Sakhalin was a peninsula.

  13. 44 years later this mistake was corrected … G. I. Nevelskoi.

  14. The Russian settlers of Alaska joyously greeted the first ship … their motherland.

  15. On the way to China they came … a desert island, which was named … Lisyanski.

  16. The two ships sailed together … … the coast of Africa.

  17. … passing the Cape of Good Hope they lost each other … a dense fog.

  18. The expedition was … great significance … Russia.

  19. Important scientific data were obtained and a regular sea route … Kronstadt and Russian America was estab­lished.

XI. Insert the proper words, see the words below

  1. In the middle of July the Nadezhda … at Petropavlovsk.

  2. The ship stayed there for six weeks, during which time the cargo was discharged and the ship ...

  3. In accordance with the orders of the Russian …, the Nadezhda set out for Japan.

  4. Sailing southwards, the ship encountered … rains.

  5. The local … ordered the Russians to turn over to them all of the ship’s guns.

  6. This done, the Japanese … the ship to enter the harbour.

  7. At that time Japan led a life of seclusion, … all intercourse with the rest of the world.

  8. The Russian envoy Rezanov could not reach … on the establishment of diplomatic relations with Japan.

  9. He was given a letter from the Japanese emperor forbidding Russian ships to … the coasts of that country.

  10. A map of all these … unknown regions was made up.

  11. In late autumn, the Nadezhda came to Macao, a Portugese … near Canton on the southern coast of China.

  12. The Russian … of Alaska joyously greeted the first ship from their motherland.

  13. On the way to China they came upon a … island, which was named after Lisyanski.

  14. The first man to … the seamen of the Nadezhda was Lisyanski, who had brought the Neva to Kronstadt two weeks earlier.

  15. Important … data were obtained. and a regular sea route between Kronstadt and Russian America was estab­lished.

  16. In … of the first Russian voyage round the world a medal was issued.

  1. agreement

  2. allowed

  3. anchored

  4. approach

  5. authorities

  6. avoiding

  7. colony

  8. desert

  9. government

  10. hitherto

  11. honour

  12. repaired

  13. scientific

  14. settlers

  15. torrential

  16. welcome

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