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Тип 11 № 6294

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Jane is going to try to get into
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Задания Д3 № 492

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Jane has her aerobics class

 

1) on weekdays.

2) every day.

3) at weekends.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi Jane.

- Oh, hi, Alan! It’s very cold today, isn’t it?

- Yes, Frankie and I wanted to stay at home, but naturally my dog wants his walk every day and in any weather. And where are you head to, on Sunday and so early?

- To the gym. I’ve got my aerobics classes at the weekends.

- I would do it week days.

- I would too, but the gym is packed and the only class they could find for me is at 8 o'clock on Saturdays and at 7.30 on Sundays.

- Oh, is it really so good for your health that you prefer it to an extra hour of sleep?

- It’s not for my health actually. If I miss the class and sleep late I feel sort of depressed and unhappy during the whole day. But an hour of aerobics in the morning makes me feel recharged and full of energy and something in this lines.

- I see. Are there many people in your class?

- 12. They are all nice. But I can’t say I’ve made many friends there.

- It happens.

- They are always talking about how to lose weight and about health diets which I was bored to eat tasteless purge and boiled vegetables.

- It’s because you don’t have any problems with your weight.

- Probably. I never stayed at any diet and I never calculate my calories I adore chocolates and creamy cakes and can never resist them.

- Neither can I.

- The only thing I avoid is fast food like chips and hamburgers. I just don’t like them.

- I see. Unfortunately it’s not easy for me to avoid them. When I work on the computer I usually get very hungry and eat lots of chips and pop corn. And I’m always on my computer as I plan to go to the faculty of information technology.

- I see. I spend a lot of time on my computer too. I'm going to try to get into journalism.

- Really?

- Yeah. I enjoy writing about what’s happening around. The news and reports on events. One of my reports was about my aerobics coach. She is a remarkable woman and wonderful teacher too.

- I never write about anything but I like watching news and documentaries on TV.

- I watch only documentaries. Actually I have no time for melodramas, detectives, endless serials and so on. I sometimes watch animated films with my sister. But it’s only because she likes cartoons very much.

- And have your marks been published anywhere?

- Yes. In a local news paper and I am actually planning to work for them next year.

- Aren’t you going to stay at school for 2 more years to get ready for you’re A level exams.

- I want to understand what real work is and what’s about A levels I’ll prepare for them on my own. I plan to take them in 2 or 3 years anyway. When I decide what university to choose.

Источник: ГИА по английскому языку 31.05.2013. Основная волна. Вариант 1313.

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Тип 6 № 6289

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Jane is heading to the
Расшифровка записи

- Hi Jane.

- Oh, hi, Alan! It’s very cold today, isn’t it?

- Yes, Frankie and I wanted to stay at home, but naturally my dog wants his walk every day and in any weather. And where are you head to, on Sunday and so early?

- To the gym. I’ve got my aerobics classes at the weekends.

- I would do it week days.

- I would too, but the gym is packed and the only class they could find for me is at 8 o'clock on Saturdays and at 7.30 on Sundays.

- Oh, is it really so good for your health that you prefer it to an extra hour of sleep?

- It’s not for my health actually. If I miss the class and sleep late I feel sort of depressed and unhappy during the whole day. But an hour of aerobics in the morning makes me feel recharged and full of energy and something in this lines.

- I see. Are there many people in your class?

- 12. They are all nice. But I can’t say I’ve made many friends there.

- It happens.

- They are always talking about how to lose weight and about health diets which I was bored to eat tasteless purge and boiled vegetables.

- It’s because you don’t have any problems with your weight.

- Probably. I never stayed at any diet and I never calculate my calories I adore chocolates and creamy cakes and can never resist them.

- Neither can I.

- The only thing I avoid is fast food like chips and hamburgers. I just don’t like them.

- I see. Unfortunately it’s not easy for me to avoid them. When I work on the computer I usually get very hungry and eat lots of chips and pop corn. And I’m always on my computer as I plan to go to the faculty of information technology.

- I see. I spend a lot of time on my computer too. I'm going to try to get into journalism.

- Really?

- Yeah. I enjoy writing about what’s happening around. The news and reports on events. One of my reports was about my aerobics coach. She is a remarkable woman and wonderful teacher too.

- I never write about anything but I like watching news and documentaries on TV.

- I watch only documentaries. Actually I have no time for melodramas, detectives, endless serials and so on. I sometimes watch animated films with my sister. But it’s only because she likes cartoons very much.

- And have your marks been published anywhere?

- Yes. In a local news paper and I am actually planning to work for them next year.

- Aren’t you going to stay at school for 2 more years to get ready for you’re A level exams.

- I want to understand what real work is and what’s about A levels I’ll prepare for them on my own. I plan to take them in 2 or 3 years anyway. When I decide what university to choose.


3
Тип 7 № 6290

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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If Jane misses the class she feels sort of depressed and
Расшифровка записи

- Hi Jane.

- Oh, hi, Alan! It’s very cold today, isn’t it?

- Yes, Frankie and I wanted to stay at home, but naturally my dog wants his walk every day and in any weather. And where are you head to, on Sunday and so early?

- To the gym. I’ve got my aerobics classes at the weekends.

- I would do it week days.

- I would too, but the gym is packed and the only class they could find for me is at 8 o'clock on Saturdays and at 7.30 on Sundays.

- Oh, is it really so good for your health that you prefer it to an extra hour of sleep?

- It’s not for my health actually. If I miss the class and sleep late I feel sort of depressed and unhappy during the whole day. But an hour of aerobics in the morning makes me feel recharged and full of energy and something in this lines.

- I see. Are there many people in your class?

- 12. They are all nice. But I can’t say I’ve made many friends there.

- It happens.

- They are always talking about how to lose weight and about health diets which I was bored to eat tasteless purge and boiled vegetables.

- It’s because you don’t have any problems with your weight.

- Probably. I never stayed at any diet and I never calculate my calories I adore chocolates and creamy cakes and can never resist them.

- Neither can I.

- The only thing I avoid is fast food like chips and hamburgers. I just don’t like them.

- I see. Unfortunately it’s not easy for me to avoid them. When I work on the computer I usually get very hungry and eat lots of chips and pop corn. And I’m always on my computer as I plan to go to the faculty of information technology.

- I see. I spend a lot of time on my computer too. I'm going to try to get into journalism.

- Really?

- Yeah. I enjoy writing about what’s happening around. The news and reports on events. One of my reports was about my aerobics coach. She is a remarkable woman and wonderful teacher too.

- I never write about anything but I like watching news and documentaries on TV.

- I watch only documentaries. Actually I have no time for melodramas, detectives, endless serials and so on. I sometimes watch animated films with my sister. But it’s only because she likes cartoons very much.

- And have your marks been published anywhere?

- Yes. In a local news paper and I am actually planning to work for them next year.

- Aren’t you going to stay at school for 2 more years to get ready for you’re A level exams.

- I want to understand what real work is and what’s about A levels I’ll prepare for them on my own. I plan to take them in 2 or 3 years anyway. When I decide what university to choose.


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Тип 8 № 6291

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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There are people in Jane`s class.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi Jane.

- Oh, hi, Alan! It’s very cold today, isn’t it?

- Yes, Frankie and I wanted to stay at home, but naturally my dog wants his walk every day and in any weather. And where are you head to, on Sunday and so early?

- To the gym. I’ve got my aerobics classes at the weekends.

- I would do it week days.

- I would too, but the gym is packed and the only class they could find for me is at 8 o'clock on Saturdays and at 7.30 on Sundays.

- Oh, is it really so good for your health that you prefer it to an extra hour of sleep?

- It’s not for my health actually. If I miss the class and sleep late I feel sort of depressed and unhappy during the whole day. But an hour of aerobics in the morning makes me feel recharged and full of energy and something in this lines.

- I see. Are there many people in your class?

- 12. They are all nice. But I can’t say I’ve made many friends there.

- It happens.

- They are always talking about how to lose weight and about health diets which I was bored to eat tasteless purge and boiled vegetables.

- It’s because you don’t have any problems with your weight.

- Probably. I never stayed at any diet and I never calculate my calories I adore chocolates and creamy cakes and can never resist them.

- Neither can I.

- The only thing I avoid is fast food like chips and hamburgers. I just don’t like them.

- I see. Unfortunately it’s not easy for me to avoid them. When I work on the computer I usually get very hungry and eat lots of chips and pop corn. And I’m always on my computer as I plan to go to the faculty of information technology.

- I see. I spend a lot of time on my computer too. I'm going to try to get into journalism.

- Really?

- Yeah. I enjoy writing about what’s happening around. The news and reports on events. One of my reports was about my aerobics coach. She is a remarkable woman and wonderful teacher too.

- I never write about anything but I like watching news and documentaries on TV.

- I watch only documentaries. Actually I have no time for melodramas, detectives, endless serials and so on. I sometimes watch animated films with my sister. But it’s only because she likes cartoons very much.

- And have your marks been published anywhere?

- Yes. In a local news paper and I am actually planning to work for them next year.

- Aren’t you going to stay at school for 2 more years to get ready for you’re A level exams.

- I want to understand what real work is and what’s about A levels I’ll prepare for them on my own. I plan to take them in 2 or 3 years anyway. When I decide what university to choose.


5
Тип 9 № 6292

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Jane avoids eating food.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi Jane.

- Oh, hi, Alan! It’s very cold today, isn’t it?

- Yes, Frankie and I wanted to stay at home, but naturally my dog wants his walk every day and in any weather. And where are you head to, on Sunday and so early?

- To the gym. I’ve got my aerobics classes at the weekends.

- I would do it week days.

- I would too, but the gym is packed and the only class they could find for me is at 8 o'clock on Saturdays and at 7.30 on Sundays.

- Oh, is it really so good for your health that you prefer it to an extra hour of sleep?

- It’s not for my health actually. If I miss the class and sleep late I feel sort of depressed and unhappy during the whole day. But an hour of aerobics in the morning makes me feel recharged and full of energy and something in this lines.

- I see. Are there many people in your class?

- 12. They are all nice. But I can’t say I’ve made many friends there.

- It happens.

- They are always talking about how to lose weight and about health diets which I was bored to eat tasteless purge and boiled vegetables.

- It’s because you don’t have any problems with your weight.

- Probably. I never stayed at any diet and I never calculate my calories I adore chocolates and creamy cakes and can never resist them.

- Neither can I.

- The only thing I avoid is fast food like chips and hamburgers. I just don’t like them.

- I see. Unfortunately it’s not easy for me to avoid them. When I work on the computer I usually get very hungry and eat lots of chips and pop corn. And I’m always on my computer as I plan to go to the faculty of information technology.

- I see. I spend a lot of time on my computer too. I'm going to try to get into journalism.

- Really?

- Yeah. I enjoy writing about what’s happening around. The news and reports on events. One of my reports was about my aerobics coach. She is a remarkable woman and wonderful teacher too.

- I never write about anything but I like watching news and documentaries on TV.

- I watch only documentaries. Actually I have no time for melodramas, detectives, endless serials and so on. I sometimes watch animated films with my sister. But it’s only because she likes cartoons very much.

- And have your marks been published anywhere?

- Yes. In a local news paper and I am actually planning to work for them next year.

- Aren’t you going to stay at school for 2 more years to get ready for you’re A level exams.

- I want to understand what real work is and what’s about A levels I’ll prepare for them on my own. I plan to take them in 2 or 3 years anyway. When I decide what university to choose.


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Тип 10 № 6293

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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When Alan works on the computer he usually gets very
Расшифровка записи

- Hi Jane.

- Oh, hi, Alan! It’s very cold today, isn’t it?

- Yes, Frankie and I wanted to stay at home, but naturally my dog wants his walk every day and in any weather. And where are you head to, on Sunday and so early?

- To the gym. I’ve got my aerobics classes at the weekends.

- I would do it week days.

- I would too, but the gym is packed and the only class they could find for me is at 8 o'clock on Saturdays and at 7.30 on Sundays.

- Oh, is it really so good for your health that you prefer it to an extra hour of sleep?

- It’s not for my health actually. If I miss the class and sleep late I feel sort of depressed and unhappy during the whole day. But an hour of aerobics in the morning makes me feel recharged and full of energy and something in this lines.

- I see. Are there many people in your class?

- 12. They are all nice. But I can’t say I’ve made many friends there.

- It happens.

- They are always talking about how to lose weight and about health diets which I was bored to eat tasteless purge and boiled vegetables.

- It’s because you don’t have any problems with your weight.

- Probably. I never stayed at any diet and I never calculate my calories I adore chocolates and creamy cakes and can never resist them.

- Neither can I.

- The only thing I avoid is fast food like chips and hamburgers. I just don’t like them.

- I see. Unfortunately it’s not easy for me to avoid them. When I work on the computer I usually get very hungry and eat lots of chips and pop corn. And I’m always on my computer as I plan to go to the faculty of information technology.

- I see. I spend a lot of time on my computer too. I'm going to try to get into journalism.

- Really?

- Yeah. I enjoy writing about what’s happening around. The news and reports on events. One of my reports was about my aerobics coach. She is a remarkable woman and wonderful teacher too.

- I never write about anything but I like watching news and documentaries on TV.

- I watch only documentaries. Actually I have no time for melodramas, detectives, endless serials and so on. I sometimes watch animated films with my sister. But it’s only because she likes cartoons very much.

- And have your marks been published anywhere?

- Yes. In a local news paper and I am actually planning to work for them next year.

- Aren’t you going to stay at school for 2 more years to get ready for you’re A level exams.

- I want to understand what real work is and what’s about A levels I’ll prepare for them on my own. I plan to take them in 2 or 3 years anyway. When I decide what university to choose.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi Jane.

- Oh, hi, Alan! It’s very cold today, isn’t it?

- Yes, Frankie and I wanted to stay at home, but naturally my dog wants his walk every day and in any weather. And where are you head to, on Sunday and so early?

- To the gym. I’ve got my aerobics classes at the weekends.

- I would do it week days.

- I would too, but the gym is packed and the only class they could find for me is at 8 o'clock on Saturdays and at 7.30 on Sundays.

- Oh, is it really so good for your health that you prefer it to an extra hour of sleep?

- It’s not for my health actually. If I miss the class and sleep late I feel sort of depressed and unhappy during the whole day. But an hour of aerobics in the morning makes me feel recharged and full of energy and something in this lines.

- I see. Are there many people in your class?

- 12. They are all nice. But I can’t say I’ve made many friends there.

- It happens.

- They are always talking about how to lose weight and about health diets which I was bored to eat tasteless purge and boiled vegetables.

- It’s because you don’t have any problems with your weight.

- Probably. I never stayed at any diet and I never calculate my calories I adore chocolates and creamy cakes and can never resist them.

- Neither can I.

- The only thing I avoid is fast food like chips and hamburgers. I just don’t like them.

- I see. Unfortunately it’s not easy for me to avoid them. When I work on the computer I usually get very hungry and eat lots of chips and pop corn. And I’m always on my computer as I plan to go to the faculty of information technology.

- I see. I spend a lot of time on my computer too. I'm going to try to get into journalism.

- Really?

- Yeah. I enjoy writing about what’s happening around. The news and reports on events. One of my reports was about my aerobics coach. She is a remarkable woman and wonderful teacher too.

- I never write about anything but I like watching news and documentaries on TV.

- I watch only documentaries. Actually I have no time for melodramas, detectives, endless serials and so on. I sometimes watch animated films with my sister. But it’s only because she likes cartoons very much.

- And have your marks been published anywhere?

- Yes. In a local news paper and I am actually planning to work for them next year.

- Aren’t you going to stay at school for 2 more years to get ready for you’re A level exams.

- I want to understand what real work is and what’s about A levels I’ll prepare for them on my own. I plan to take them in 2 or 3 years anyway. When I decide what university to choose.


Тип 6 № 6295

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Thomas doesn`t have IT class on
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Задания Д3 № 562

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Why has Thomas come from school earlier than usual?

 

1) He failed his mathematics test.

2) His timetable changed.

3) He felt unwell in the classroom.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Источник: ГИА по английскому языку 31.05.2013. Основная волна. Вариант 1315.

2
Тип 7 № 6296

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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The Math`s test wasn`t really
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


3
Тип 8 № 6297

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Thomas` mom promises to cook
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


4
Тип 9 № 6298

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`s cousin Diana is arriving tomorrow at p.m.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


5
Тип 10 № 6299

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is waiting for a for Christmas.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


6
Тип 11 № 6300

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`ll teach his friends how to
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


Тип 7 № 6296

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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The Math`s test wasn`t really
1
Задания Д3 № 562

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Why has Thomas come from school earlier than usual?

 

1) He failed his mathematics test.

2) His timetable changed.

3) He felt unwell in the classroom.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Источник: ГИА по английскому языку 31.05.2013. Основная волна. Вариант 1315.

2
Тип 6 № 6295

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Thomas doesn`t have IT class on
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


3
Тип 8 № 6297

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Thomas` mom promises to cook
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


4
Тип 9 № 6298

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`s cousin Diana is arriving tomorrow at p.m.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


5
Тип 10 № 6299

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is waiting for a for Christmas.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


6
Тип 11 № 6300

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Tom`ll teach his friends how to
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


Тип 8 № 6297

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Thomas` mom promises to cook
1
Задания Д3 № 562

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Why has Thomas come from school earlier than usual?

 

1) He failed his mathematics test.

2) His timetable changed.

3) He felt unwell in the classroom.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Источник: ГИА по английскому языку 31.05.2013. Основная волна. Вариант 1315.

2
Тип 6 № 6295

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Thomas doesn`t have IT class on
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


3
Тип 7 № 6296

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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The Math`s test wasn`t really
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


4
Тип 9 № 6298

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`s cousin Diana is arriving tomorrow at p.m.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


5
Тип 10 № 6299

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is waiting for a for Christmas.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


6
Тип 11 № 6300

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`ll teach his friends how to
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


Тип 9 № 6298

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`s cousin Diana is arriving tomorrow at p.m.
1
Задания Д3 № 562

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Why has Thomas come from school earlier than usual?

 

1) He failed his mathematics test.

2) His timetable changed.

3) He felt unwell in the classroom.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Источник: ГИА по английскому языку 31.05.2013. Основная волна. Вариант 1315.

2
Тип 6 № 6295

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Thomas doesn`t have IT class on
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


3
Тип 7 № 6296

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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The Math`s test wasn`t really
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


4
Тип 8 № 6297

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Thomas` mom promises to cook
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


5
Тип 10 № 6299

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is waiting for a for Christmas.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


6
Тип 11 № 6300

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`ll teach his friends how to
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


Тип 10 № 6299

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is waiting for a for Christmas.
1
Задания Д3 № 562

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Why has Thomas come from school earlier than usual?

 

1) He failed his mathematics test.

2) His timetable changed.

3) He felt unwell in the classroom.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Источник: ГИА по английскому языку 31.05.2013. Основная волна. Вариант 1315.

2
Тип 6 № 6295

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Thomas doesn`t have IT class on
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


3
Тип 7 № 6296

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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The Math`s test wasn`t really
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


4
Тип 8 № 6297

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Thomas` mom promises to cook
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


5
Тип 9 № 6298

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`s cousin Diana is arriving tomorrow at p.m.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


6
Тип 11 № 6300

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`ll teach his friends how to
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


Тип 11 № 6300

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`ll teach his friends how to
1
Задания Д3 № 562

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Why has Thomas come from school earlier than usual?

 

1) He failed his mathematics test.

2) His timetable changed.

3) He felt unwell in the classroom.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Источник: ГИА по английскому языку 31.05.2013. Основная волна. Вариант 1315.

2
Тип 6 № 6295

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Thomas doesn`t have IT class on
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


3
Тип 7 № 6296

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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The Math`s test wasn`t really
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


4
Тип 8 № 6297

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Thomas` mom promises to cook
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


5
Тип 9 № 6298

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom`s cousin Diana is arriving tomorrow at p.m.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


6
Тип 10 № 6299

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is waiting for a for Christmas.
Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.

Расшифровка записи

- Hi, mom.

- Oh, Thomas! You are early today, are you all right? How are you feeling, darling?

- Don’t worry, I’m fine. We just don't have IT class on Mondays anymore. It moves on Fridays, but I forgot to tell you. And the day was really good.

- I’m glad to hear that. How did you manage with the math’s test?

- I did well, I think. It wasn’t really difficult.

- You must be very hungry, you've left your lunch box on the kitchen table today.

- Oh, yes. I discovered this on the lunch break. It was a great disappointment.

- Did you eat in the canteen?

- No, I didn’t like the food there, you know that.

- And I don’t have anything ready for you at the moment. I’ve just come in. it was a hard day, lots of customers, everyone's looking for Christmas gifts. But if you wait a while, I’ll cook spaghetti.

- Don’t worry, mom. I just get my lunch box. I’ll eat what’s there and we’ll have dinner latter when dad comes home.

- Ok, if that’s what you want. And remind me, what time do you plan to finish work tomorrow?

- The shop closes at 6 p.m., why?

- Your cousin Diana called, she’s arriving tomorrow at 8 p.m. and she asked if you could pick her up from the airport.

- Oh, it’s a 2 hours drive there and the same time back again. But, ok. I'll set off to the airport straight from work.

- And how about buying Christmas gifts? Are we going to put it off?

- Looks like it. But don’t worry, it’s still a week before Christmas. We’ll have time to buy you a snowboard. That's what you are worrying about, isn’t it?

- Yes, actually I worry about arrange with some friends for they could teach me how to ride it. And as an exchange I’ll teach them how to ski.

- I see. You’ll get your present on time, don’t worry. And how the forecast says this winter will be very good for all that kind of fun in the snow. They promise the nicest and the snowiest winter in years.

- Well. I felt so disappointed about the weather last year, remember that?

- Yeah. It was very unreliable. Snow, rain, sled, slush.

- And I practically had no chance to ski.

- Let’s hope you’ll make it this year.


Тип 6 № 6301

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is moving this
1
Задания Д3 № 597

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Tom's family is moving house because

 

1) Tom's father has to work at another place.

2) Tom's mother wants to move.

3) Tom wants to change his school.

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


2
Тип 7 № 6302

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom says he mixes with people
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


3
Тип 8 № 6303

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is really worried about
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


4
Тип 9 № 6304

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Robby is Tom's
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


5
Тип 10 № 6305

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom needs to go as he promised his mum to do some
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


6
Тип 11 № 6306

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tomorrow Tom and his friends are celebrating their success in the game.
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


Тип 7 № 6302

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom says he mixes with people
1
Задания Д3 № 597

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom's family is moving house because

 

1) Tom's father has to work at another place.

2) Tom's mother wants to move.

3) Tom wants to change his school.

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


2
Тип 6 № 6301

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is moving this
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


3
Тип 8 № 6303

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is really worried about
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


4
Тип 9 № 6304

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Robby is Tom's
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


5
Тип 10 № 6305

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom needs to go as he promised his mum to do some
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


6
Тип 11 № 6306

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tomorrow Tom and his friends are celebrating their success in the game.
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


Тип 8 № 6303

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is really worried about
1
Задания Д3 № 597

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom's family is moving house because

 

1) Tom's father has to work at another place.

2) Tom's mother wants to move.

3) Tom wants to change his school.

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


2
Тип 6 № 6301

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is moving this
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


3
Тип 7 № 6302

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom says he mixes with people
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


4
Тип 9 № 6304

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Robby is Tom's
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


5
Тип 10 № 6305

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom needs to go as he promised his mum to do some
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


6
Тип 11 № 6306

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tomorrow Tom and his friends are celebrating their success in the game.
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


Тип 9 № 6304

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Robby is Tom's
1
Задания Д3 № 597

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom's family is moving house because

 

1) Tom's father has to work at another place.

2) Tom's mother wants to move.

3) Tom wants to change his school.

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


2
Тип 6 № 6301

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is moving this
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


3
Тип 7 № 6302

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom says he mixes with people
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


4
Тип 8 № 6303

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is really worried about
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


5
Тип 10 № 6305

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom needs to go as he promised his mum to do some
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


6
Тип 11 № 6306

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tomorrow Tom and his friends are celebrating their success in the game.
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


Тип 10 № 6305

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom needs to go as he promised his mum to do some
1
Задания Д3 № 597

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Tom's family is moving house because

 

1) Tom's father has to work at another place.

2) Tom's mother wants to move.

3) Tom wants to change his school.

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


2
Тип 6 № 6301

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is moving this
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


3
Тип 7 № 6302

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom says he mixes with people
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


4
Тип 8 № 6303

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is really worried about
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


5
Тип 9 № 6304

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Robby is Tom's
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


6
Тип 11 № 6306

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tomorrow Tom and his friends are celebrating their success in the game.
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


Тип 11 № 6306

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tomorrow Tom and his friends are celebrating their success in the game.
1
Задания Д3 № 597

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom's family is moving house because

 

1) Tom's father has to work at another place.

2) Tom's mother wants to move.

3) Tom wants to change his school.

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


2
Тип 6 № 6301

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is moving this
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


3
Тип 7 № 6302

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom says he mixes with people
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


4
Тип 8 № 6303

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom is really worried about
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


5
Тип 9 № 6304

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Robby is Tom's
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


6
Тип 10 № 6305

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Tom needs to go as he promised his mum to do some
Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...

Расшифровка записи

Sandra: Hi, Tom! Are you moving house?

Tom: Hi, Sandra. Yes, we are moving this Saturday.

Sandra: It's a pity you won't be our neighbours any longer. We've got used to you.

Tom: I feel sad about it too. But we often have to move because of my father's job. My mum hates it but nothing can be done — they pay good money and dad doesn't want to change the job.

Sandra: And you'll have to go to a new school again...

Tom: Right. It's not a very pleasant experience, but I'll manage. I mix with people easily.

Sandra: Yes, you do.

Tom: What I really worry about is sports. Here I played for the best baseball team of the city. The team in my new school is much weaker. It's going to be disappointing to play for them.

Sandra: But there are probably other things there that can compensate for it.

Tom: Mum says the school is very good. They use the newest teaching technologies and the students are really bright. Most of them go straight to university after they finish school.

Sandra: That's awesome! You're planning to go to university too, aren't you?

Tom: Well, I'm not sure yet. My parents want me to go. But I feel I'm not ready yet as I simply don't know what I want to become in the future. I'm thinking about getting a job after school, preferably a job with travel opportunities. I want to see the world, gain some life experience and only then decide what I want to become. The university choice will probably become easier too.

Sandra: Right. I see your point. And how about Robby? Moving is stressful for animals. You can leave him with us if you want, at least for a while... You know we have two cats, and my brother has just brought a dozen goldfish. We know how to take care of animals.

Tom: Oh, no! Don't worry about Robby. He'll be ok. He'll suffer more if he's left without his family. And... like most dogs he hates cats...

Sandra: Oh-oh.

Tom: Yes, I'm sorry, Sandra, but I must be off now. I've promised my mum to do some shopping for her.

Sandra: Does she want some souvenirs? Something that would remind you of our town?

Tom: No, she actually wants apples, plums and oranges for the salad. My parents are having guests for dinner tonight.

Sandra: I see. Look, if you need some help with packing your books and school papers...

Tom: Thank you, Sandra, but don't worry. I've packed almost everything already. But it would be great if you joined us for tomorrow's pizza party. My friends and I are going to the new pizzeria. We are celebrating our success in the baseball game. It's the last one for me with this team...

Sandra: But it's not the last game or the last victory in your life.

Cheer up...


Тип 6 № 6307

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Today is birthday.
1
Задания Д3 № 632

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora

 

1) is going to have a birthday party later.

2) is having a birthday party tonight.

3) had a birthday party some time ago.

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


2
Тип 7 № 6308

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora has already passed
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


3
Тип 8 № 6309

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora wants to become a
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


4
Тип 9 № 6310

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora prefers an Italian countryside to the city of
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


5
Тип 10 № 6311

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora speaks with her friends in Italy.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


6
Тип 11 № 6312

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora doesn`t speak Italian and all her friends in Italy speak to her.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


Тип 7 № 6308

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora has already passed
1
Задания Д3 № 632

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora

 

1) is going to have a birthday party later.

2) is having a birthday party tonight.

3) had a birthday party some time ago.

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


2
Тип 6 № 6307

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Today is birthday.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


3
Тип 8 № 6309

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora wants to become a
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


4
Тип 9 № 6310

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora prefers an Italian countryside to the city of
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


5
Тип 10 № 6311

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora speaks with her friends in Italy.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


6
Тип 11 № 6312

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora doesn`t speak Italian and all her friends in Italy speak to her.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


Тип 8 № 6309

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora wants to become a
1
Задания Д3 № 632

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora

 

1) is going to have a birthday party later.

2) is having a birthday party tonight.

3) had a birthday party some time ago.

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


2
Тип 6 № 6307

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Today is birthday.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


3
Тип 7 № 6308

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora has already passed
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


4
Тип 9 № 6310

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora prefers an Italian countryside to the city of
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


5
Тип 10 № 6311

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora speaks with her friends in Italy.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


6
Тип 11 № 6312

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora doesn`t speak Italian and all her friends in Italy speak to her.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


Тип 9 № 6310

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora prefers an Italian countryside to the city of
1
Задания Д3 № 632

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora

 

1) is going to have a birthday party later.

2) is having a birthday party tonight.

3) had a birthday party some time ago.

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


2
Тип 6 № 6307

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Today is birthday.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


3
Тип 7 № 6308

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora has already passed
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


4
Тип 8 № 6309

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora wants to become a
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


5
Тип 10 № 6311

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora speaks with her friends in Italy.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


6
Тип 11 № 6312

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora doesn`t speak Italian and all her friends in Italy speak to her.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


Тип 10 № 6311

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora speaks with her friends in Italy.
1
Задания Д3 № 632

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora

 

1) is going to have a birthday party later.

2) is having a birthday party tonight.

3) had a birthday party some time ago.

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


2
Тип 6 № 6307

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Today is birthday.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


3
Тип 7 № 6308

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora has already passed
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


4
Тип 8 № 6309

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora wants to become a
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


5
Тип 9 № 6310

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora prefers an Italian countryside to the city of
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


6
Тип 11 № 6312

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora doesn`t speak Italian and all her friends in Italy speak to her.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


Тип 11 № 6312

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora doesn`t speak Italian and all her friends in Italy speak to her.
1
Задания Д3 № 632

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora

 

1) is going to have a birthday party later.

2) is having a birthday party tonight.

3) had a birthday party some time ago.

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


2
Тип 6 № 6307

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Today is birthday.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


3
Тип 7 № 6308

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora has already passed
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


4
Тип 8 № 6309

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora wants to become a
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


5
Тип 9 № 6310

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora prefers an Italian countryside to the city of
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


6
Тип 10 № 6311

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Nora speaks with her friends in Italy.
Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!

Расшифровка записи

Jim: Hi, Nora! You look great!

Nora: Hi, Jim. It's probably because it's my birthday today. I'm turning sixteen.

Jim: Oh, many happy returns! Are you having a party today?

Nora: No. We'll have a party some time later. My exam session started two days ago so I'm very busy now, no time for partying.

Jim: I see. Have you already passed any of your exams?

Nora: Yes. Mathematics. And three more are left. They'll keep me busy till the middle of June.

Jim: Poor you! But Maths is the most difficult one, right?

Nora: Yes. I'm so happy that I passed it and my grade was surprisingly good.

Jim: Congratulations! Are you going to study Maths at university? I mean when you go to university?

Nora: I don't know. I hope not. I want to become a journalist. Journalists don't need Mathematics, do they?

Jim: Well, I think that if you want to work as a journalist, you should be well-educated in all fields. That is, apart from having excellent communication skills.

Nora: Right. Anyway, I still have two more years at school to learn everything I need to before I go to university.

Jim: And how about short-term plans? What are you doing this summer — working, travelling or both?

Nora: I don't know yet. We may go to my grandmother's. She lives in Italy.

Jim: Italy sounds great!

Nora: I love it too! But my mother insists on our going to Paris as she wants me to practice my French. I don't think it's necessary — I have no problem speaking French. I'm actually top of the class in French and Spanish.

Jim: Don't you like Paris?

Nora: I definitely prefer the Italian countryside to the city of Paris.

Jim: I understand. And in Italy you can practice Italian, can't you?

Nora: I don't speak Italian though I go to my grandma almost every summer.

Jim: Why?

Nora: All my friends there learn English and want me to speak English to them, so they can practice.

Jim: Very clever of them!


Тип 6 № 6313

Вы помогаете своему другу, юному радиожурналисту, проанализировать подготовленное им для передачи интервью. Прослушайте аудиозапись интервью и занесите данные в таблицу. Вы можете вписать не более одного слова (без артиклей) из прозвучавшего текста. Числа необходимо записывать буквами. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Mia is arranging a party for the
1
Задания Д3 № 667

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. выберите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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Mia and her friends are arranging a party because

 

1) they usually have parties every Saturday.

2) they want to celebrate the beginning of a new school year.

3) they want to help the new students feel comfortable in class.

Расшифровка записи

Mia: Hi, Nick! What are you doing in school on Saturday afternoon? You should be somewhere else, enjoying your weekend.

Nick: Hi, Mia. I wanted to ask you the same question.

Mia: I've got some very important business here. We are arranging a party for the newcomers.

Nick: Newcomers?

Mia: Yes. There are four new students in our class this year. They are ... kind of shy. And we decided to give a special party for them, to make them feel more at home here.

Nick: It's a bit unusual for teenagers to support shy newcomers... But it's really cool! Good luck with that!

Mia: Thanks.

Nick: And what kind of a party do you want it to be? A fancy dress party?

Mia: That's a brilliant idea! We were thinking about an ordinary party with music, chatting, dancing, some pizza and drinks. But your idea is great! When you have a mask on you feel freer and much less shy, don't you?

Nick: Well, yes, I think so. And...?

Mia: When people are wearing masks, they pretend to be strangers, and the new people stop feeling like strangers in this situation. They make friends more easily.

Nick: You're probably right. Good luck with it once again. And...

Mia: Yes?

Nick: You haven't told me anything about your holidays yet. I heard you were abroad.

Mia: Yes, I was. I went to France for a couple of weeks.

Nick: To learn French? To a language school?

Mia: Oh, no. My parents and I went there as tourists. I'd never been to Paris before, though my grandmother comes from France. But we have no relatives left there now.

Nick: Did you stay in a hotel?

Mia: Yes, in the centre of Paris. It was a very convenient location and we managed to see lots of interesting places in the city and around it!

Nick: I see. And the rest of the summer