Контрольно-проверочные задания -итоговый контроль (10 класс, английский язык)
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Контрольно-проверочные задания -итоговый контроль (10 класс, английский язык)
Тесты и контрольно-проверочные задания по английскому языку предназначены для проверки уровня овладения обучающимися 10 классов предметными умениями, необходимыми в достижении высоких образовательных результатов в соответствии с требованиями ФГОС, в выполнении заданий, форма и содержание которых разработаны в рамках подготовки к ЕГЭ. Контрольно-проверочные задания выполнены в формате Единого государственного экзамена. Материалы предназначен учителям английского языка, обучающимся общеобразовательных организаций и может быть использован широким кругом лиц, изучающих английский язык самостоятельно. Все варианты примерно равноценны по трудности, идентичны по структуре и параллельны по расположению заданий. Каждый вариант состоит из четырех частей, включающих по два-три задания, которые располагаются по возрастающей степени трудности и относятся к трем разным уровням сложности: базовому (A1, B1, C1), повышенному (A2, B2, C2, D1) и высокому (A3, B3, D2). Часть 1 «Аудирование» включает высказывания собеседников в распространенных стандартных ситуациях повседневного общения, прагматические (объявления) и публицистические (интервью, репортажи) аудиотексты, задания, относящиеся к трем разным уровням сложности. Аудирование включает 9 заданий, из которых первое – на установление соответствия, второе – на нахождение соответствия предложенных утверждений содержанию звучащего текста True – False – Not stated и 7 заданий с выбором одного правильного ответа из трех предложенных. В части 2 «Чтение» представлены два задания на установление соответствия (понимание основного содержания текста и структурно-смысловых связей текста) и третье задание с выбором одного правильного ответа из четырех предложенных (полное и точное понимание информации в тексте). Часть 3 «Грамматика и лексика» включает первое задание с кратким ответом (грамматические навыки и словообразование) и второе задание с выбором одного правильного ответа из четырех предложенных (лексико-грамматические навыки). Часть 4 «Письмо» состоит из двух заданий и представляет собой небольшую письменную работу (письмо личного характера и письменное высказывание с элементами рассуждения по предложенной тематике). Часть 5 «Устная речь» содержит: 1) задание 1 базового уровня сложности – чтение фрагмента информационного или научно-популярного, стилистически нейтрального текста; 2) задание 2 базового уровня сложности – условный диалог-расспрос с опорой на вербальную ситуацию и фотографию (картинку); 3) задание 3 базового уровня сложности – создание монологического тематического высказывания с опорой на вербальную ситуацию и фотографию (картинку); 4) задание 4 высокого уровня сложности – создание монологического тематического высказывания с элементами сопоставления и сравнения с опорой на вербальную ситуацию и фотографию (сравнение двух фотографий).Контрольно-проверочные задания построены на лексической основе традиционной школьной тематики: учеба, школа, семья, общественно-политическая жизнь, проблемы экологии, страны изучаемого языка, каникулы, свободное время, спорт и другие.
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ИТОГОВЫЙ КОНТРОЛЬ

Раздел 1. АУДИРОВАНИЕ

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Вы  услышите 6  сообщений.  Установите  соответствие  между высказываниями  каждого  говорящего  A–F и  утверждениями,  данными в  списке  1–7.  Используйте  каждое  утверждение,  обозначенное соответствующей цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение.  Вы  услышите  запись  дважды.  Занесите  свои  ответы в таблицу.

1. The popular game of basketball was invented by James Naismith in 1891.

2. In 1841, the two Canadas were again united under one name, the Province of Canada.

3. In North America they were called “dollars”.

4. Because gold is untarnishable (нетускнеющий) , workable, almost indestructible, durable, reflective and conductive, it has a number of industrial uses.

5. Fur trade was so profitable that this animal was put on the shield of the coat
of arms of some companies.

6. In many societies gold was seen as a magic substance which could protect people against illness or evil spirits.

7. People on every continent, in almost even country of the world, are familiar with the name and taste of this world-famous soft drink.

 

говорящий

A

B

C

D

E

F

утверждение

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Вы  услышите  диалог о чтении и книгах.  Определите,  какие  из  приведённых  утверждений А–G  соответствуют  содержанию  текста(1 – True),  какие  не соответствуют(2 – False) и  о  чём  в  тексте  не  сказано,  то  есть  на основании  текста  нельзя  дать  ни  положительного,  ни  отрицательного ответа(3 – Not stated). Занесите номер выбранного Вами варианта ответа в таблицу. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

 A    Selena is going to the library because she wants to find some materials for her home work assignment there.

 B   She wants to read one book in English.

 C  There are a lot of books book in Japanese in the library.

 D   Mike needs medical literature for his studies. Can I join you sometimes?

 E    Mike doesn’t want to join Selena when she goes to the library.

 F   When Selena reads an interesting book, she fully merge with the heroes of the book never feels lonely or bored.

G   Stephen King has written nearly 200 short stories, most of which have been collected in book collections. 

  

утверждение

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

соответствие диалогу

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Вы услышите текст об Австралии.  В заданиях 3–9 запишите в поле ответа цифру 1,2 или  3,  соответствующую  выбранному  Вами  варианту  ответа.  Вы услышите запись дважды.

3

 

  Australia is the only nation that occupies a whole continent of … square kilometres.

1) 7.7 million;

2) 7.5 million;

3) 7.6 million;

Ответ: __.

4

 
 


 It is … in area after Russia, Canada, China, the United States of America and Brazil.

1) the first largest country;

2) the fifth largest country;

3) the sixth largest country;

Ответ: __.

 

5

 
 Australia has … of about 18 million people.

1) a territory;

2) a population;

3) a nation;

Ответ: __.

6

 
 


 70 per cent of the population live in its …

1) 9 largest cities.

2) 10 smallest cities.

3) 10 largest cities.

Ответ: __.

7

 
 


 Australia’s best known animals are the kangaroo, koala and …

1) the dingo (a wild dog).

2) the cat.

3) the emu.

Ответ: __.

8

 
 


 The … is the best-loved of all Australian animals.

1) the dingo;

2) koala;

3) the kangaroo;

Ответ: __.

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 The kangaroo and emu can be seen on Australia’s …

1) coat of arms.

2) television.

3) banner.

Ответ: __.

 

 

По  окончании  выполнения  заданий 1–9 не  забудьте  перенести  свои ответы в БЛАНК ОТВЕТОВ №1! Запишите ответ справа от номера соответствующего задания, начиная с первой клеточки. При переносе ответов в заданиях 1 и 2 цифры записываются без пробелов, запятых и других дополнительных символов. Каждую цифру пишите в отдельной клеточке в соответствии с приведёнными в бланке образцами

 

Раздел 2. ЧТЕНИЕ

 

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Установите соответствие между заголовками AG и текстами 1–6. Занесите ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.

 

A. The Queen of Canada

B. The country of immigrants

C. Political structure

D. Independence day

E. Holidays in Canada

F. The reputation on the international scene

G. Canadian sport

 

1. On the international scene Canada has its reputation and influence. Canada has participated in the United Nations since its beginning and is the only nation which has taken part in all of the UN’s major peacekeeping operations.

It is also a member of the Commonwealth, la Francophonie, the Group of Eight industrialized nations (G8), the ОAS (the Organization of American States) and the NATO (the North Atlantic Treaty Organization).

Canada is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations (nations which once belonged to the British Empire).

 

2. Formally the Head of State in Canada is the King or the Queen of England represented by the Governor General. So, the Queen Elizabeth II is the Queen of Canada and is the symbol of nation’s unity. But ties with Great Britain are not so strong as they used to be.

Canadians celebrate their independence day on July 1st with fireworks and picnics.

Canada is a great example of how people of different styles of life and different languages can live side by side under one government.

The Canadian government is more British in style than American.

 

3. It is a constitutional monarchy with a federal system, a parliamentary government and with strong democratic traditions.

Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories. In every single province there is a separate government.

The Senate and the House of Commons make up the federal government. Governor General appoints the members of the Senate. The members of the House of Commons are elected for a period of five years.

Canada’s government is headed by the Prime Minister who is the leader of the political party in power. Senators are appointed by the Governor General. The House of Commons is elected by the people for a period of five years.

Ottawa is the seat of the Federal Parliament and government. There are such political parties in Canada as the Conservative Party of Canada, the Liberal Party and the New Democratic Party.

4. Culture of Canada, like all other cultures, is a result of the history, geography and political events of the country.

Canada is a country mainly of immigrants who had come there at different times. European culture and traditions (especially British and French) has great influence on Canadian culture. More than that, over time some elements were taken from Aboriginal peoples, culture and, of course, from that of the United States. So, now it is a blend of customs, traditions and values.

We should remember that Canada is a country where people speak two different official
languages (English and French) and live under one government.

Regardless such mixture, Canadian culture is respected as a whole with its achievements
in music, television, theatre and literature.

 

5. There are nine statutory holidays in Canada. A statutory holiday is also known as a “general” or “public” holiday when most workers have a day off. These holidays are New Year’s Day (January 1st), Good Friday (Friday before Easter Sunday), Victoria Day (Monday on or before May 24th), Canada Day (July 1st), Labour Day (first Monday of September), Thanksgiving Day (second Monday of October which is not the same day as in the USA), Remembrance Day (November 11th), Christmas Day (December 25th), Boxing Day (December 26th).

Each Canadian province has its own provincial holiday.

There are also such unofficial holidays as St Valentine’s Day, St Patrick’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Halloween.

 

6. Canadian official winter sport is ice hockey or simply hockey and official summer sport is lacrosse (Canada’s oldest ball game with Aboriginal origins).

Next Canada’s popular sport is Canadian football, which is similar to American football.

Other popular sports include baseball, basketball, curling, field hockey, ice skating, skateboarding, skiing, snowboarding and water sports.

 

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2

3

4

5

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски 1–6 частями предложений AG. Одна из частей в списке AG – лишняя. Занесите букву, обозначающую соответствующую часть предложения, в таблицу.

 

Is it easy to be a New Yorker? (Part 1)

Visiting New York is like unpacking your first computer – you find 1____________by lots
of expensive pieces that don’t seem to fit together. The parts make no sense. Nothing works unless it’s hooked up to something else. That, in my view, in a nutshell, is New York.

The key to 2____________New York is first to understand the New Yorker. The typical New Yorker is either Chinese, Jewish, African-American, Italian, Greek, Dutch, Irish, German or Ukrainian. In other words, like the unicorn, there is no such creature.

Nothing about New Yorkers is typical except their attitude. The New Yorker attitude hangs over the city like a London fog. The New York attitude literally stops traffic. It can keep you from getting where you want to go. It can give you 3___________ and make your blood pressure rise. Try to ignore it and, no matter how many maps you might have, you won’t get anywhere.

Spend a few minutes 4____________it, and you’re on your way to conquering the city.
The key ingredient in the New York attitude is money. If New York had hills, they would be alive, I think, with the sound of money. This is the city that invented, along with “power lunches” and “street smarts”, the phrase “time is money.” In New York City everything is money. It costs money just to stand still. Can you believe $10-15 per hour to park your car in midtown? That’s why if somebody threatens you, “Your money or your life,” you may be absolutely sure that he is out-of-towner, because in New York your money is your life.

Being a New Yorker is something that New Yorkers do better than anyone else. It’s an around-the-clock business and they work hard at. Whatever you want to say about them, New Yorkers do their homework. It doesn’t 5__________how much they earn or how much they’re
going to spend: everyone is an expert. They all know where to get the greatest hot dog in town, find the cheapest florist, which movie theatre has the best sound system and which hit is worth seeing on Broadway. Not that any two lists are ever the same. No one is supposed to agree. That is the fun! The important thing is having an opinion.

So, knowing where to go and how to get there is an integral part of the New York attitude.

Stop someone on the street and ask directions – it’s as though you, a total stranger, had walked into his private office in the middle of a conference he was having with himself.

New Yorkers value their privacy as fanatically as Italians or the Spanish their siestas.

Privacy is for New Yorkers what “saving face” is for Asians – a technique for survival
in a
crowded environment. It has nothing to do with being cold or unfriendly.

It’s hard 6_________a New Yorker. On a daily basis, the city streets are littered with far more than old cans and gum wrappers. After the exodus of the middle class to the suburbs, New York became a city of extremes, people say. Extremes like characters in a soap opera The Rich and the Homeless. The truth really, in my view, is that a city with all the brightness of New York can’t help casting a few shadows. The homeless are a sad fact of life today, something you come upon in Paris, Hong Kong or London; New York isn’t alone in not knowing how best to handle the situation, but in New York it strikes you harder than elsewhere.

A. understanding;

B. understanding;

C. yourself surrounded;

D. homeless;

E. headaches;

F. matter;

G. being.

 

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2

3

4

5

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Прочитайте текст и выполните задания 12–18. В каждом задании запишите в поле ответа цифру 1,2,3 или 4,   соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа.

 

Is it easy to be a New Yorker? (Part 2)

The city is also noisy and expensive, its people are pushy and rude, the weather is awful
(especially in summer), the traffic is impossible and you often can’t find a cab when you need one. Everybody knows that, because people have been saying these things for years, and New York is still the most visited city in the world.

Still, there must be something that attracts everyone – something in New York you can’t find anyplace else.

Unless you’re in town to visit relatives, New York means Manhattan. The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island are not visited as tourist attractions despite every New Yorker  having a favourite restaurant, bakery, park, or museum in one of the other four boroughs. Local people travel back and forth across the rivers and bridges to visit family or the ethnic delights of, for example, Italian Arthur Avenue in the Bronx. The so-called “outer” boroughs are culturally-rich outposts that offer entertainment. But there are so many interesting sights in New York that it’s really very hard for a New Yorker to know all of them.

That is another reason for the statement that it is not easy to be a New Yorker.

If you are going to do business with New Yorkers here are some tips on the business protocols of New York.

Because to New Yorkers time is money, do not be surprised if a New Yorker asks you, “What’s in this deal for me?” or “What will I get out of this?” just make sure that you are prepared to answer the question.

New Yorkers rarely work as a team in business. Individual performance is what counts, and officers are rewarded according to their individual contribution to an organisation. Rank and status are not acquired at birth or with age; they are given to the individual who proves to be the best.

You will have to be very punctual with any appointment you make. Executives often schedule appointments within twenty minutes of each other. If you are late, you may have missed an opportunity to meet with the necessary party. Schedules are planned weeks in advance and it may be difficult to reschedule on short notice.

In business New Yorkers do not spend much time on pleasantries. Once you shake hands and exchange business cards get right to the point of your visit. Within the first five minutes, an executive will determine whether or not your proposal has merit, is right for the company, or is interesting enough to pursue further.

Business is often discussed socially: at breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktail parties, golf outings, on tennis courts, or at health and fitness clubs.

It is not considered impolite for an executive to take calls while you are having a meeting
in his / her office. In addition, many executives also carry a beeper which signals them they should call in.

New Yorkers love to conduct business over meals. It is very fashionable to have meetings over a “power breakfast” from 7.30 to 9.30 am. Business lunches usually begin at 12.30 pm and end no later than 2.00 pm. Business dinners are usually scheduled early, around 7.00 pm, since many New Yorkers commute to the city from surroundings suburbs and wish to return home in time to be with their families before it gets too late.

Gifts are usually not exchanged when conducting business. Strict rules and policy in American corporations may prohibit or discourage the exchange of gifts. An executive must report any gift received and, in most cases, will not be allowed to accept those valued over twenty dollars.

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 The city is also noisy and …

1) dear.

2) costly.

3) rich.

4) splendid

Ответ: __.

13

 
 


 Everybody knows that New York is still … city in the world.

1) the most attended;

2) the most expensive;

3) the most sumptuous;

4) the most attending.

Ответ: __.

14

 
 


 Still, there must be something that … everyone – something in New York you can’t find anyplace else.

1) intimidates;

2) scares;

3) astonishes;

4) fascinates.

Ответ: __.

 

15

 
 Within the first five minutes, an executive will determine whether or not your proposal has …, is right for the company, or is interesting enough to pursue further.

1) right;

2) appeal;

3) value;

4) relish.

Ответ: __.

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 You will have to be very … with any appointment you make.

1) lazy;

2) exact;

3) careless;

4) inadvertent.

Ответ: __.

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  …, many executives also carry a beeper which signals them they should call in.

1) moreover;

2) hinder;

3) prevent;

4) later.

Ответ: __.

18

 
 


  … rules and policy in American corporations may prohibit or discourage the exchange
of gifts.

1) onerous;

2) accurate;

3) hard;

4) exacting.

Ответ: __.

 

По  окончании  выполнения  заданий10–18 не  забудьте  перенести  свои ответы в БЛАНК ОТВЕТОВ №1! Запишите ответ справа от номера соответствующего задания, начиная с первой клеточки. При переносе ответов в заданиях10 и11 цифры записываются без пробелов, запятых и других дополнительных символов. Каждую цифру пишите в отдельной клеточке в соответствии с приведёнными в бланке образцами.

 

 

 

Раздел 3. ГРАММАТИКА И ЛЕКСИКА

 

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами 19–25, так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы 19–25.

 

Short – But the Most Important Street

 

 

 

 

 

 

19

The name of Downing Street is well known all over the world: firstly it is a term, used for the British Government, and, secondly,
the house at No.10 is the official home for the Prime Minister, No.11 – for the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Downing Street can be found close to Cenotaph on Whitehall.

The street was ______ after Sir George Downing (1625 – 1684). But why? Who was he?

“Born in Ireland, he emigrated to New England with his parents in 1638 and attended the newly founded Harvard College.

 

 

 

 

 

NAME

 

20

__________ to England, he fought for Parliament, and later
undertook several diplomatic missions for Cromwell,
including that of ambassador to the Hague, where he associated with the Royalists exiles, so that at the Restoration he continued as ambassador and received other offices, as well as a baronetcy (1663).

RETURN

 

 

21

As a diplomat he was an expert in commercial matters, but achieved a reputation for _____ and duplicity, which led Charles II to use him as an instrument in provoking the Dutch into war.”

(Chambers Biographical Dictionary, Centenary Edition 1997.
Edinburgh)

 

CONTENTIOUS

 

 

 

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The earliest building known to have stood on the site was a brew-house called Axe which belonged to the Abbey of Abington. By the middle of the 16th century it was no longer used. In 1581 Elizabeth I leased the property to Thomas Knyvet, _____ of the Whitehall
palace. After the death of his widow, the property came in to possession
of her niece, Elizabeth Hamden, aunt of Oliver Cromwell.

 

 

 

KEEP

 

 

 

 

 

 

23

After the Restoration the Crown’s interest in the property was
acquired by Sir George Dowining who about 1680 built a cul-de-sac
of plain brick terraced houses on it.

The houses were fit for persons of honour and quality, each having a pleasant prospect of St James Park.

Of the original houses only No.10, 11 and 12 remain. George II offered No.10 as a ______ gift to Sir Robert Walpole (1676–1745), the first real Prime Minister of England, who accepted the house for his
office. It happened in 1752.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PERSON

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Walpole made the system that is used today. The cabinet controls the government and its political party and dominates Parliament.

Walpole’s greatest strength was his understanding of his
countrymen – he became the personification of John Bull
– and of
a Parliament.

A lot of water has flown under the bridges since those times, but tradition remained – all ____ Prime Ministers have become residents of the famous address.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUCCESS

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______ it is impossible, as in the old days and in times of national crises, to see little groups of curious folk waiting for a decision of the Prime Minister in front of the threshold. Since the ruling of Margaret Thatcher, the street has been closed to the public, tough security
measures are being taken, and policemen stand guard over the place round the clock.

CURRENT

 

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Образуйте от слов, напечатанных заглавными  буквами  в  конце  строк,  обозначенных  номерами  26–31, однокоренные  слова  так,  чтобы  они  грамматически  и  лексически соответствовали  содержанию  текста.  Заполните  пропуски  полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы 26–31.

 

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Today, millions of people want to learn or improve their English but it is difficult

 to find the best method. Is it _______to study in Britain or America or to study in            GOOD

 your own country?                             

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The advantages of going to Britain seem obvious. Firstly, you will be able to listen

 to the language all the time you are in the country. You will be surrounded _____

by the language wherever you go.                                                                            COMPLETE

28

 
 Another advantage is that you have to speak the language if you are with other people.

 In Italy, it is always possible, in the class, to speak Italian if you want to and the

________is slower.                                                                                                         LEARN

29

 
On the other hand, there are also advantages to staying at home to study. You

don't have to make big changes to your life. As well as this, it is also a lot

__________than going to Britain but it is never possible to achieve                                 CHEAP

the results  of living in the UK.                             

30

 
If you have a good teacher in Italy, I think you can learn in a more _______     CONCENTRATE

way than being in Britain without going to a school.

31

 
 So, in conclusion,

 I think that if  you have enough time and enough money, the best choice

 is to spend some time  in the UK.                   

 This is simply not possible for ______people, so being here in Italy is the only              MANY

 viable option. The most important thing to do in this situation is to maximise

your opportunities: to speak only English in class and to try to use English

whenever possible outside the class.                    

 

Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами 32-38. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям 32-38, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов. Запишите в поле ответа цифру 1,2,3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному Вами ответа.

 

Arnold Schwarzenegger

I was born in a little Austrian town, outside Graz. It was a 300-year-old house. When I was ten years old, I had the dream of  32_______ in the world in something. When I was fifteen, I had
a dream that I wanted to be the best body builder in the world and the most muscular man. It was not only a dream I dreamed at night. It was also a daydream. It was so much in my mind that I felt it had to become a reality. It 33________five years of hard work. Five years later, I turned this dream into reality and became Mr Universe, the best-built man in the world.

“Winning” is a very important word. There is one that achieves what he wanted to achieve and there are hundreds of thousands that failed. It singles you out: the winner.

I came out second three times, but that is not what I 34________. The bottom line for me was: Arnold has to be the winner. I have to win more often the Mr Universe title than anybody else.
I won it five times consecutively. I hold the record as Mr Olympia, the top professional
body-building championship. I won it six times. That’s why I retired. There was 35_________even close to me. Everybody gave up competing against me. That’s what I call a winner.

When I was a small boy, my dream was not to be big physically, but big in way that
everybody listens to me when I talk, that I’m a very important person, that people recognize me and see me as something special. I had a big need for being singled out.

Also my dream was to end up in America. It is the country where you can turn your dream into reality. In America, we don’t have an obstacle. Nobody’s holding you back.

One of the things I always had was a business mind. When I was in high school, a 36_______ of my classes were business classes. Economics and accounting and mathematics. When I came over here to this country, I really didn’t speak English almost at all. I learned English and then started taking business courses, because that’s what America is best known for: business. Turning one dollar into a million dollars in a short period of time.

I have emotions. But what you do, you keep them cold or you store them away for a time. You must control your emotions, you must have command over yourself. ...

Sport is one of those activities where you really have to concentrate. You must pay attention
a hundred per cent to the particular thing you’re doing. There must be nothing else on your mind. Emotions must not interfere. Otherwise, you’re thinking about your girlfriend. You’re in love, your positive energies get channeled into another direction rather than 37_________to the gym or making money. You have to choose at a very early date what you want: a normal life or to achieve things you want to achieve. I never wanted to win a popularity contest in doing things the way people want me to do it. I went the road I thought was best for me. A few people thought I was cold, selfish. Later they found out that’s not the case. After I achieve my goal, I can be Mr Nice Guy. You know what I mean?

California is to me a dreamland. It is the absolute combination of everything I was always 38__________. It has all the money in the world there, show business there, wonderful weather there, beautiful country, ocean is there. You have beautiful-looking people there. They all have
a tan.

I believe very strongly in the philosophy of staying hungry. If you have a dream and it
becomes a reality, don’t stay satisfied with it too long. Make up a new dream and hunt after that one and turn it into reality. When you have that dream achieved, make up a new dream.

I am a strong believer in Western philosophy, the philosophy of success, of progress,
of getting rich. The Eastern philosophy is passive, which I believe in maybe three per cent
of the
times, and the ninety-seven per cent is Western, conquering and going on. It’s a beautiful
philoso
phy, and America should keep it up. (From America Close-Up.)

32

 
 


 1) being the better;      2) being the best;        3) being the worst;     4) being the bester.

Ответ: ___.

33

 
 


 1) took me;                  2) take me;                  3) have taken me;       4) taking me.

Ответ: __.

34

 
 


 1) called losing;           2) call lose;                 3) call lost;                  4) call losing.

Ответ: __.

35

 
 


 1) anybody;                  2) somebody;              3) nobody;                  4) nothing.

Ответ: __.

36

 
 


 1) majority;                  2) major;                     3) majoring;                4) majored.

Ответ: __.

37

 
 


 1) going;                      2) go;                          3) gone;                       4) went.

Ответ: __.

38

 
 


 1) looking at;               2) looking into;                      3) looking after;          4) looking for.

 


Ответ:

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Раздел 4. ПИСЬМО

 

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39

 

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend David who writes:

 

… Guess what! I am a student now! It has always been my childhood dream to be
a teacher. At last I have achieved my dreams. I’m thinking about my future profession a lot.
Of course there are advantages and disadvantages of this profession. Some people say that teachers should be paid according to how much their students learn. What do you think about it?

By the way, have you determined with a choice of your future profession?

 

Write a letter to David .

In your letter

- answer his questions

– tell him about your attitude to the profession of a teacher;

– explain your choice of the future profession.

- ask 3 questions about his future profession

Write 100–140 words.

Remember the rules of letter writing.

40

 
 


Comment on the following statement.

Everything is impossible for the person who doesn’t try anything.

What is your opinion? Give pros and cons for working hard.

Write 200–250 words.

Use the following plan:

-make an introduction (state the problem)

-express your personal opinion and give 2–3 reasons for your opinion

-express an opposing opinion and give 1–2 reasons for this opposing opinion

-explain why you don’t agree with the opposing opinion

-make a conclusion restating your position

 

Раздел 5.

1

 
 УСТНАЯ ЧАСТЬ

 

Task 1. Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have 1.5 minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud. You will not have more than 1.5 minutes to read it.

I have returned to my hometown of Wilson Creek after an absence of 10 years. So many things have changed around here. When I left Wilson Creek, there was a small pond on the right as you left town. They have filled in this pond and they have built a large shopping mall there. A new post office has also been built just across from my old school. There is a baseball stadium on the outskirts of Wilson Creek which has been changed completely. They have now added a new stand where probably a few thousand people could sit. It looks really great. The biggest changes have taken place in the downtown area. They have pedestrianised the centre and you can't drive there anymore. A European-style fountain has been built and some benches have also been added along with a grassy area and a new street cafe. My street looks just the same as it always has but a public library has been built in the next street along. Another improvement is the number of new restaurants that have opened in Wilson Creek. A Chinese and an Italian restaurant have opened in the town centre and a Mexican restaurant has opened near my home. Which is where I am going tonight!

 

2

 
  Task 2.Study the advertisement.

 

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You are considering visiting the city and now you'd like to get more information. In 1.5 minutes you are to ask five direct questions to find out the following:

1) dates for departures

2) hotel facilities

3) if breakfast is included

4) number of city tours

5) discounts

You have 20 seconds to ask each question

3

 
 


  Task 3. Imagine that while travelling during your holidays you took some photos. Choose one photo to present to your friend.

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You will have to start speaking in 1.5 minutes and will speak for not more than 2 minutes (12–15 sentences). In your talk remember to speak about:

-  when you took the photo

- what/who is in the photo

-  what is happening

-  why you took the photo

-  why you decided to show the picture to your friend

You have to talk continuously, starting with: "I’ve chosen photo number … "

4

 
 


Task 4. Study the two photographs. In 1.5 minutes be ready to compare and contrast the photographs:

-  give a brief description of the photos (action, location)

-  say what the pictures have in common

-  say in what way the pictures are different

-  say which of the ways to relax presented in the pictures you’d prefer

-  explain why

You will speak for not more than 2 minutes (12–15 sentences). You have to talk continuously.

1.                                                                                            2.

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ОТВЕТЫ

ИТОГОВЫЙ КОНТРОЛЬ

 

Аудирование

1

2

3

A.  2

B.  5

C.  1

D.  7

E.  3

F.  6

 

A.  1

B.  2

C. 3

D.  1

E.  2

F.  1

G. 3

3.  1

4.  3

5.  2

6.  3

7.  1

8.  2

9.  1

 

Окончание табл.

Чтение

10

11

12-18

1.  F

2.  A

3.  C

4.  B

5.  E

6.  G

1.  C

2.  A (B)

3.  E

4.  B (A)

5.  F

6.  G

1.  2)

2.  1)

3.  4)

4.  3)

5.  2)

6.  1)

7.  4)

Грамматика и лексика

19-25

26-31

32-38

19.  named;

20.  Returning;

21.  contentiousness;

22.  keeper;

23.  personal;

24.  successive;

25.  Currently

 

26- better

27- completely

28- learning

29- cheaper

30- concentrated

31- most

32.  2)

33.  1)

34.  4)

35.  3)

36.  1)

37.  1)

          38.  1)

 

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тексты для аудирования

 

  1

Speaker A

The word “Canada” comes from one of the languages of Indians.

In 1535, two young Indians told Jacques Cartier how to get to “kanata”. They said “kanata” and meant simply the “village”, “settlement” or “a number of huts”. He liked the name and decided to apply it to the territory where several villages were at that time.

The first use of “Canada” as an official name came in 1791 when the Province of Quebec was divided into the colonies of Upper and Lower Canada. In 1841, the two Canadas were again united under one name, the Province of Canada.

The new country got the name of Canada at the time of Confederation.

 

Speaker B

When the early European explorers understood that Canada was not rich in spices, the beaver became the main attraction for them. At that time there were millions of beavers.

But when in the late 1600s and early 1700s fur hats became very fashionable, much beaver pelts were needed. Fur trade was so profitable that this animal was put on the shield of the coat
of arms of some companies.

By the middle of the 19th century all beavers which were left in Canada were close to extinction. Luckily, about that time, European fashion changed to silk hats and the demand for beaver pelts almost disappeared.

The beaver got official status of the emblem of Canada and the symbol of the sovereignty
of Canada on March 24th, 1975. Today, thanks to silk hats, the beaver – the largest rodent in Canada – is alive and well all over the country.

Speaker C

 

The chocolate bar was introduced by a Canadian family of the Ganongs in 1910. Arthur Ganong and George Ensor wanted to take chocolate with them on fishing trips so they created
nut bars.

The popular game of basketball was invented by James Naismith in 1891. He did not even suspect that it would later become one of the most world popular games.

The game of ice hockey which is often attributed to Canadians has an unknown origin.
However, Canadian influence on the evolving
of this game is significant.

 

Speaker D

As the twentieth century draws toward an end, Coca-Cola, a little more than a century old itself, stands out as the most successful product in the history of commerce. People on every continent, in almost even country of the world, are familiar with the name and taste of this world-famous soft drink.

Coca-Cola was born in Atlanta on May 8, 1886, when a pharmacist named Dr. John Styth Pemberton produced the syrup, according to legend, in a brass pot in his backyard. When, by accident or design, carbonated water was added to the syrup, it produced a drink that was declared "delicious and refreshing."

The trademark "Coca-Cola" was registered in the U.S. Patent Office on January 31, 1893. Through clever advertising the demand for the product grew by leaps and bounds.

 

Speaker E

The dollar, the standard unit of money in the United States, Canada, Mexico and several other countries, has an interesting history.

The word "dollar" comes from the Low German for Thale.

Coins of similar value were issued in Spain. They were called “pieces of eight”, because their value was divided into eight smaller coins. All these coins circulated freely in the colonies in both North and South America. In North America they were called “dollars”.

When the United States had been formed, the word “dollar” was adopted for its unit of coinage, but the sign for the new coin was that of the old Spanish pieces of eight. This sign showed a scroll, with the words Plus Ultra, waving between the Pillars of Hercules, the gateway between the Mediterranian and Atlantic. Thus the dollar sign has nothing to do with the letter S, nor was it, as some people believe, originally formed by placing a narrow U over an S to form the monogram of the United States.

Speaker F

Since civilization began gold has been regarded as a symbol of power and wealth. In many societies gold was seen as a magic substance which could protect people against illness or evil spirits. It is the one material that has always been accepted in exchange for goods or services. The need to search for gold has been compared to a disease, and is called 'gold fever'. In the Middle Ages men called 'alchemists’ tried to manufacture gold from other metals. In spite of man's constant search for gold, the amount which has been produced since the beginning of time is only enough to make a solid block of eighteen cubic metres, the size of a large house. Gold is measured in troy ounces (31.1 grams). One ounce can be drawn into 80 kilometres of wire.

Gold coatings are used to reflect heat from jet engine exhausts. The windscreens of high speed aircraft and some express trains have a gold electric heating element to prevent icing.

 

  2

Mike: Hello, Selena. It's nice to see you! How are you?

 

Selena: Hello, Mike. I'm fine, thank you. And how are you?

 

Mike: I'm very well, thank you. Where are you going?

 

Selena: I'm going to the library. I want to spend a couple of hours there.

 

Mike: What will you be doing there for such a long time?

 

Selena: It's not much. Time simply flies when I'm at the library. First of all I need to find some materials for my home work assignment. Then I want to read one book in French. And, when I finish, I'll find an interesting book for daily reading. I can borrow it from the library and return after I finish reading.

 

Mike: You said a book in French. Are there many books in foreign languages?

 

Selena: Yes, there are. It's a large library of international literature. That's why I often visit it. Just out of curiosity I once tried to read book in Japanese, but failed of course.

 

Mike: Do they have books written in rare languages?

 

Selena: Well, I've never asked for one, but I saw several books in Latin on the shelves.

 

Mike: Perhaps, that's medical literature. That's what I need for my studies. Can I join you sometimes?

 

Selena: Sure, you're welcome to come with me.

 

Mike: You said you can spend hours reading a book there. Don't you feel lonely or bored in the library?

 

Selena: Not at all. On the contrary, when I read an interesting book, I fully merge with the heroes of the book. That way I don't feel lonely. Besides, it's not a boring place. There are spacious and light rooms full of students, just like me and you.

 

Mike: I see. Yes, definitely, I want to go there too.

 

Selena: What kind of books do you like reading?

 

Mike: I like fantasy books.

 

Selena: They have a wide range of fantasy. You can even find a fantastic tale in Chinese or Portuguese.

 

Mike: Sounds good.

 

Selena: And who is your favourite writer, Mike?

 

Mike: It's Stephen King. And yours?

 

Selena: My favourite writer is Aldous Huxley.

 

Mike: I've never heard of him. Can you name some of his books?

 

Selena: Well, he was a famous English writer, who wrote a wide range of essays, short stories, poetry, travel books, and even film scripts. One of his most prominent works is a novel called "Brave New World". I've read it several times and never got bored. You should also read it. It's very informative.

 

Mike: If you say so, I will. But at first, you should take me to that library.

 

  3

Australia

Australia is the only nation that occupies a whole continent of 7.7 million square kilometres. It also occupies a number of islands (the main one of which is Tasmania). It is the sixth largest country in area after Russia, Canada, China, the United States of America and Brazil.

It’s located  to the south of Asia, between the Pacific and Indian oceans. Australia is the flattest continent after Antarctica. It is also the world’s driest continent.

Australia has a wide climate range, from tropical in the north to temperate in southeast. Australia is situated in the southern hemisphere. That’s why it has summer when we have winter. January in the hottest month in Australia.

Australia has a population of about 18 million people. 70 per cent of the population live in its 10 largest cities. Canberra is the capital of Australia. It is not the biggest city. Sydney and
Melbourne are much bigger. Australia is a multicultural society. People from about 200 nations live there. The aborigines, the Australian natives, represent about 1.5 per cent of the population.

Australia’s official language is English. Australian English does not differ significantly from other forms of English, although some expressions are unique to Australia.

In 1984 Australia officially adopted green and gold as its national colours.

Australia’s best known animals are the kangaroo, koala and the dingo (a wild dog). There are 50 species of kangaroo. Some stand as tall as a man and some are as small as a cat. They can often be seen in many of the forests and parks. The koala is the best-loved of all Australian animals.
The koala lives on leaves alone. About 400 species of birds in Australia are found nowhere else
in the world. There are 55 species of parrots in Australia. They are very colourful. The emu is
the most interesting bird in Australia. It is big and cannot fly. The kangaroo and emu can be seen
on Austra
lia’s coat of arms.

Australians love sports. In 1956 and in 2000 the Olympic Games were held in Melbourne and  Sydney.



 

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Ottawa is the seat of the Federal

Ottawa is the seat of the Federal

It can give you 3 ___________ and make your blood pressure rise

It can give you 3 ___________ and make your blood pressure rise

The city is also noisy and expensive, its people are pushy and rude, the weather is awful (especially in summer), the traffic is impossible and…

The city is also noisy and expensive, its people are pushy and rude, the weather is awful (especially in summer), the traffic is impossible and…

Ответ : __. 13

Ответ : __. 13

Ответ : __. По окончании выполнения заданий10–18 не забудьте перенести свои ответы в

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The earliest building known to have stood on the site was a brew-house called

The earliest building known to have stood on the site was a brew-house called

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LEARN 29

Everybody gave up competing against me

Everybody gave up competing against me

Ответ : __. 36 1 ) majority ; 2 ) major; 3 ) majoring; 4 ) majored

Ответ : __. 36 1 ) majority ; 2 ) major; 3 ) majoring; 4 ) majored

Write 100–140 words . Remember the rules of letter writing

Write 100–140 words . Remember the rules of letter writing

You are considering visiting the city and now you'd like to get more information

You are considering visiting the city and now you'd like to get more information

You have to talk continuously, starting with: "I’ve chosen photo number … " 4

You have to talk continuously, starting with: "I’ve chosen photo number … " 4

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The first use of “Canada” as an official name came in 1791 when the

Coins of similar value were issued in

Coins of similar value were issued in

Mike: You said a book in French

Mike: You said a book in French

Mike: Sounds good.

Mike: Sounds good.

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Australia’s best known animals are the kangaroo, koala and the dingo (a wild dog)
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