Nyelvhelyesség — Task 2

Angol középszintű érettségi, 2016. május

You are going to read an article about Florence Nightingale (1820–1910), who is famous for her nursing work during the Crimean War (1854–56). Some words are missing from the text.
Use the words in brackets to form the words that fit in the gaps.
Then write the appropriate form of these words in the boxes.
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Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale changed nursing from a (1) (most) untrained job to a highly skilled medical profession with very important (2) (responsible).
Florence Nightingale was born in 1820. Her father was a (3) (wealth) landowner. At that time, rich English girls were expected to do - almost nothing. However, Florence's father believed that all women should receive an (4) (educate). He taught Florence science, mathematics, history and philosophy.
As Florence grew up she developed an interest in (5) (help) others. At first her parents refused to allow her to become a nurse because it wasn't a (6) (suit) profession for a well educated woman. But Florence didn't give up. Finally, in 1851 her father gave his (7) (permit) and Florence went to Germany to train to become a nurse.
In 1854 Florence went to Turkey to manage the nursing of (8) (Britain) soldiers wounded in the Crimean War. She found the hospital conditions very poor. Many of the wounded were unwashed and were sleeping in (9) (crowd), dirty rooms without blankets or decent food. Diseases such as typhus spread (10) (fast). As a result, the (11) (die) rate among wounded soldiers was very high. Florence and her nurses set up a kitchen, fed the wounded from their own supplies and asked the wives of the wounded for help. They were then able to properly care for the ill and wounded.