№№ заданий Пояснения Ответы Ключ Добавить инструкцию Критерии
Источник Раздел кодификатора ФИ­ПИ
PDF-версия PDF-версия (вертикальная) PDF-версия (крупный шрифт) PDF-версия (с большим полем) Версия для копирования в MS Word
Вариант № 703557

1.

Вы услышите четыре коротких диалога, обозначенных А, B, C и D. Определите, где происходит каждый из этих диалогов. Используйте каждое место действия из списка 1–5 только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее место действия. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

 

 

1. At the railway station

2. At home

3. On board a plane

4. In a restaurant

5. In the theatre

 

ДиалогABCD
Место действия                                

2.

Вы услышите пять высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A–E и утверждениями, данными в списке 1–6. Используйте каждое утверждение из списка 1–6 только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

 

 

1. The speaker describes a school book exhibition.

2. The speaker describes his/her school classroom.

3. The speaker talks about his/her after-class activities.

4. The speaker talks about his/her favourite subject.

5. The speaker explains what his/her friend is angry about.

6. The speaker explains how to use the school library.

 

ГоворящийABCDE
Утверждение                                        

3.

Вы услышите разговор двух подростков. В заданиях 3–8 в поле ответа запишите одну цифру, которая соответствует номеру правильного ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

 

Why did Kate miss the class?

 

1) She got ill.

2) She lost her key.

3) She overslept.

4.

Вы услышите разговор двух подростков. В заданиях 3–8 в поле ответа запишите одну цифру, которая соответствует номеру правильного ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

 

What school subject is Kate best at?

 

1) English Literature.

2) Mathematics.

3) Physical Education.

5.

Вы услышите разговор двух подростков. В заданиях 3–8 в поле ответа запишите одну цифру, которая соответствует номеру правильного ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

 

What kind of sport did Kate do?

 

1) Running.

2) Gymnastics.

3) Skating.

6.

Вы услышите разговор двух подростков. В заданиях 3–8 в поле ответа запишите одну цифру, которая соответствует номеру правильного ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

 

What does Kate’s father do as his job? – Kate’s father is

 

1) a manager.

2) a coach.

3) a doctor.

7.

Вы услышите разговор двух подростков. В заданиях 3–8 в поле ответа запишите одну цифру, которая соответствует номеру правильного ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

 

What is Kate’s hobby?

 

1) Gardening.

2) Computer games.

3) Collecting things.

8.

Вы услышите разговор двух подростков. В заданиях 3–8 в поле ответа запишите одну цифру, которая соответствует номеру правильного ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

 

When is Kate’s birthday?

 

1) In spring.

2) In summer.

3) In winter.

9.

Вы проводите информационный поиск в ходе выполнения проектной работы. Определите, в каком из текстов A–F содержатся ответы на интересующие Вас вопросы 1–7. Один из вопросов останется без ответа. Занесите Ваши

ответы в таблицу.

 

1. Where can we see the best Gzhel collection and see how it is made?

2. Who can become a Gzhel artist?

3. What do we call Gzhel?

4. What is the technique of Gzhel painting?

5. What is the traditional Gzhel ceramics design?

6. What is the origin of the word Gzhel?

7. How were the first Gzhel products used?

 

A. Gzhel is a famous type of Russian ceramics. It comes from the region with the same name, which is situated about sixty kilometers away from Moscow. Gzhel is not one place, to be exact. There are about 27 villages in the area which are involved in Gzhel ceramic production. The place can be easily reached by railroad and it is often visited by tourists.

B. It is believed that the place where Gzhel ceramics is produced was named after the river Gzhelka, a small river flowing through the area. However, linguists still argue about where the word comes from. Some of them say it has Baltic roots. Others claim that the name is connected with the technological process. The word gzhel is similar to an old Russian word which means burn. Indeed, the clay should be burnt to become hard before it is good enough for pottery.

C. The clay production in Gzhel started to develop in the 17th century when the Russian monarch ordered the delivery of different sorts of clay to Moscow. Gzhel clay was found to be the best for making pots and containers for pharmacies. The doctors and pharmacists valued it a lot. They preferred to keep most of the medicine and herbs in ceramic pots to keep them fresh and effective for a long time.

D. Gzhel ceramics can be easily identified by its beautiful white and blue coloured decoration. White means pure snow and moonlight. Light and dark blue symbolize the calm sky and rivers. Though the images on ceramics are usually flowers, they are all unique. Every item is a handmade picture with a unique combination of lines. Blue and white Gzhel ceramics are well-known all over the world.

E. You may think that Gzhel painters create their works freely, using their imagination. Although the talent of an artist and creativity are certainly important, the painter needs to follow a very strict technological scheme. Each ornament represents an image or a story that is given a code. All the codes are listed in catalogues and kept in the factory library. Technologists use catalogues to modernize production and organize training for new painters.

F. The Gzhel museum is a special attraction. The finest items from the 15th century to the present are displayed there. The collection of the museum contains about two thousand pieces and presents a great variety of bowls, vases, tea sets, toys and statutes. The place is good for a family day out — apart from enjoying the displays and buying souvenirs you can watch the production process or take classes in sculpture or painting.

 

 

ТекстABCDEF
Заголовок

10.

The admission to the zoo was free for pensioners.

 

1) True

2) False

3) Not stated


Living in the Zoo

When I was a small child, I thought that I was the luckiest person in the world — we lived near the zoo and I could go there whenever I wanted. And I wanted to go there every day! My grandmother, who looked after me while my mum was at work, would buy two month tickets, which was very cheap for the two of us — she was retired and I was under seven, so we bought the tickets at a special discount.

The zoo was another world to me. It was a great way to escape the reality of a big city with its skyscrapers and highways. The asphalt jungles were the right place for cars but a poor environment for small children. The zoo territory seemed very large and there were animals from all around the world there. My usual route started with the bear enclosure. The large, brown bear, called Paddy, was separated from the visitors with a high bar fence which I thought was absolutely unnecessary — the bear looked very friendly to me.

Then I grew older and could read the information table near the bear enclosure. It said that the animal was the East Siberian Brown Bear, born in the zoo. The bears of that species are large and skillful. They can hunt reindeer and elks and they also fish in the great Siberian rivers. “So sad,” I thought, “The bear has never seen the great environment he belongs to.” That actually made me look at the zoo from another angle: it seemed large but the giraffes didn't have enough space for running, the seals were kept in a pool that was far too small for them, and the leopards were pacing up and down the length of their cage. They felt nervous with the visitors' eyes on them all the time but there was no shelter on their territory. Should zoos be abolished?

I'm still in two minds over that. On the one hand, life in the zoo is like serving a life sentence — there's no hope of the animals returning home. That's definitely unfair. On the other hand, zoos are a place where children can be taught about different animals and where they can see animals from other parts of the world. It's also true that zoos can save some species from extinction. For example, three Sumatran tigers were born in our zoo several years ago. It's very unlikely that all three cubs would survive in the wild but in the zoo all of them turned into mature, healthy animals and now the staff are happy to take care of the eight new cubs of the rare tigers. The media said that when the tigers are old enough they will be returned to the wild.

11.

When the author was a child, he lived in a big city.

 

1) True

2) False

3) Not stated


Living in the Zoo

When I was a small child, I thought that I was the luckiest person in the world — we lived near the zoo and I could go there whenever I wanted. And I wanted to go there every day! My grandmother, who looked after me while my mum was at work, would buy two month tickets, which was very cheap for the two of us — she was retired and I was under seven, so we bought the tickets at a special discount.

The zoo was another world to me. It was a great way to escape the reality of a big city with its skyscrapers and highways. The asphalt jungles were the right place for cars but a poor environment for small children. The zoo territory seemed very large and there were animals from all around the world there. My usual route started with the bear enclosure. The large, brown bear, called Paddy, was separated from the visitors with a high bar fence which I thought was absolutely unnecessary — the bear looked very friendly to me.

Then I grew older and could read the information table near the bear enclosure. It said that the animal was the East Siberian Brown Bear, born in the zoo. The bears of that species are large and skillful. They can hunt reindeer and elks and they also fish in the great Siberian rivers. “So sad,” I thought, “The bear has never seen the great environment he belongs to.” That actually made me look at the zoo from another angle: it seemed large but the giraffes didn't have enough space for running, the seals were kept in a pool that was far too small for them, and the leopards were pacing up and down the length of their cage. They felt nervous with the visitors' eyes on them all the time but there was no shelter on their territory. Should zoos be abolished?

I'm still in two minds over that. On the one hand, life in the zoo is like serving a life sentence — there's no hope of the animals returning home. That's definitely unfair. On the other hand, zoos are a place where children can be taught about different animals and where they can see animals from other parts of the world. It's also true that zoos can save some species from extinction. For example, three Sumatran tigers were born in our zoo several years ago. It's very unlikely that all three cubs would survive in the wild but in the zoo all of them turned into mature, healthy animals and now the staff are happy to take care of the eight new cubs of the rare tigers. The media said that when the tigers are old enough they will be returned to the wild.

12.

The Siberian hunters are often attacked by brown bears.

 

1) True

2) False

3) Not stated


Living in the Zoo

When I was a small child, I thought that I was the luckiest person in the world — we lived near the zoo and I could go there whenever I wanted. And I wanted to go there every day! My grandmother, who looked after me while my mum was at work, would buy two month tickets, which was very cheap for the two of us — she was retired and I was under seven, so we bought the tickets at a special discount.

The zoo was another world to me. It was a great way to escape the reality of a big city with its skyscrapers and highways. The asphalt jungles were the right place for cars but a poor environment for small children. The zoo territory seemed very large and there were animals from all around the world there. My usual route started with the bear enclosure. The large, brown bear, called Paddy, was separated from the visitors with a high bar fence which I thought was absolutely unnecessary — the bear looked very friendly to me.

Then I grew older and could read the information table near the bear enclosure. It said that the animal was the East Siberian Brown Bear, born in the zoo. The bears of that species are large and skillful. They can hunt reindeer and elks and they also fish in the great Siberian rivers. “So sad,” I thought, “The bear has never seen the great environment he belongs to.” That actually made me look at the zoo from another angle: it seemed large but the giraffes didn't have enough space for running, the seals were kept in a pool that was far too small for them, and the leopards were pacing up and down the length of their cage. They felt nervous with the visitors' eyes on them all the time but there was no shelter on their territory. Should zoos be abolished?

I'm still in two minds over that. On the one hand, life in the zoo is like serving a life sentence — there's no hope of the animals returning home. That's definitely unfair. On the other hand, zoos are a place where children can be taught about different animals and where they can see animals from other parts of the world. It's also true that zoos can save some species from extinction. For example, three Sumatran tigers were born in our zoo several years ago. It's very unlikely that all three cubs would survive in the wild but in the zoo all of them turned into mature, healthy animals and now the staff are happy to take care of the eight new cubs of the rare tigers. The media said that when the tigers are old enough they will be returned to the wild.

13.

The author agrees that keeping animals in the zoo means abusing their rights.

 

1) True

2) False

3) Not stated


Living in the Zoo

When I was a small child, I thought that I was the luckiest person in the world — we lived near the zoo and I could go there whenever I wanted. And I wanted to go there every day! My grandmother, who looked after me while my mum was at work, would buy two month tickets, which was very cheap for the two of us — she was retired and I was under seven, so we bought the tickets at a special discount.

The zoo was another world to me. It was a great way to escape the reality of a big city with its skyscrapers and highways. The asphalt jungles were the right place for cars but a poor environment for small children. The zoo territory seemed very large and there were animals from all around the world there. My usual route started with the bear enclosure. The large, brown bear, called Paddy, was separated from the visitors with a high bar fence which I thought was absolutely unnecessary — the bear looked very friendly to me.

Then I grew older and could read the information table near the bear enclosure. It said that the animal was the East Siberian Brown Bear, born in the zoo. The bears of that species are large and skillful. They can hunt reindeer and elks and they also fish in the great Siberian rivers. “So sad,” I thought, “The bear has never seen the great environment he belongs to.” That actually made me look at the zoo from another angle: it seemed large but the giraffes didn't have enough space for running, the seals were kept in a pool that was far too small for them, and the leopards were pacing up and down the length of their cage. They felt nervous with the visitors' eyes on them all the time but there was no shelter on their territory. Should zoos be abolished?

I'm still in two minds over that. On the one hand, life in the zoo is like serving a life sentence — there's no hope of the animals returning home. That's definitely unfair. On the other hand, zoos are a place where children can be taught about different animals and where they can see animals from other parts of the world. It's also true that zoos can save some species from extinction. For example, three Sumatran tigers were born in our zoo several years ago. It's very unlikely that all three cubs would survive in the wild but in the zoo all of them turned into mature, healthy animals and now the staff are happy to take care of the eight new cubs of the rare tigers. The media said that when the tigers are old enough they will be returned to the wild.

14.

The author says that zoos can help some endangered species to survive.

 

1) True

2) False

3) Not stated


Living in the Zoo

When I was a small child, I thought that I was the luckiest person in the world — we lived near the zoo and I could go there whenever I wanted. And I wanted to go there every day! My grandmother, who looked after me while my mum was at work, would buy two month tickets, which was very cheap for the two of us — she was retired and I was under seven, so we bought the tickets at a special discount.

The zoo was another world to me. It was a great way to escape the reality of a big city with its skyscrapers and highways. The asphalt jungles were the right place for cars but a poor environment for small children. The zoo territory seemed very large and there were animals from all around the world there. My usual route started with the bear enclosure. The large, brown bear, called Paddy, was separated from the visitors with a high bar fence which I thought was absolutely unnecessary — the bear looked very friendly to me.

Then I grew older and could read the information table near the bear enclosure. It said that the animal was the East Siberian Brown Bear, born in the zoo. The bears of that species are large and skillful. They can hunt reindeer and elks and they also fish in the great Siberian rivers. “So sad,” I thought, “The bear has never seen the great environment he belongs to.” That actually made me look at the zoo from another angle: it seemed large but the giraffes didn't have enough space for running, the seals were kept in a pool that was far too small for them, and the leopards were pacing up and down the length of their cage. They felt nervous with the visitors' eyes on them all the time but there was no shelter on their territory. Should zoos be abolished?

I'm still in two minds over that. On the one hand, life in the zoo is like serving a life sentence — there's no hope of the animals returning home. That's definitely unfair. On the other hand, zoos are a place where children can be taught about different animals and where they can see animals from other parts of the world. It's also true that zoos can save some species from extinction. For example, three Sumatran tigers were born in our zoo several years ago. It's very unlikely that all three cubs would survive in the wild but in the zoo all of them turned into mature, healthy animals and now the staff are happy to take care of the eight new cubs of the rare tigers. The media said that when the tigers are old enough they will be returned to the wild.

15.

According to the author, the population of Sumatran tigers in the wild is falling.

 

1) True

2) False

3) Not stated


Living in the Zoo

When I was a small child, I thought that I was the luckiest person in the world — we lived near the zoo and I could go there whenever I wanted. And I wanted to go there every day! My grandmother, who looked after me while my mum was at work, would buy two month tickets, which was very cheap for the two of us — she was retired and I was under seven, so we bought the tickets at a special discount.

The zoo was another world to me. It was a great way to escape the reality of a big city with its skyscrapers and highways. The asphalt jungles were the right place for cars but a poor environment for small children. The zoo territory seemed very large and there were animals from all around the world there. My usual route started with the bear enclosure. The large, brown bear, called Paddy, was separated from the visitors with a high bar fence which I thought was absolutely unnecessary — the bear looked very friendly to me.

Then I grew older and could read the information table near the bear enclosure. It said that the animal was the East Siberian Brown Bear, born in the zoo. The bears of that species are large and skillful. They can hunt reindeer and elks and they also fish in the great Siberian rivers. “So sad,” I thought, “The bear has never seen the great environment he belongs to.” That actually made me look at the zoo from another angle: it seemed large but the giraffes didn't have enough space for running, the seals were kept in a pool that was far too small for them, and the leopards were pacing up and down the length of their cage. They felt nervous with the visitors' eyes on them all the time but there was no shelter on their territory. Should zoos be abolished?

I'm still in two minds over that. On the one hand, life in the zoo is like serving a life sentence — there's no hope of the animals returning home. That's definitely unfair. On the other hand, zoos are a place where children can be taught about different animals and where they can see animals from other parts of the world. It's also true that zoos can save some species from extinction. For example, three Sumatran tigers were born in our zoo several years ago. It's very unlikely that all three cubs would survive in the wild but in the zoo all of them turned into mature, healthy animals and now the staff are happy to take care of the eight new cubs of the rare tigers. The media said that when the tigers are old enough they will be returned to the wild.

16.

The author says that the population of Sumatran tigers at the zoo is rising.

 

1) True

2) False

3) Not stated

4)


Living in the Zoo

When I was a small child, I thought that I was the luckiest person in the world — we lived near the zoo and I could go there whenever I wanted. And I wanted to go there every day! My grandmother, who looked after me while my mum was at work, would buy two month tickets, which was very cheap for the two of us — she was retired and I was under seven, so we bought the tickets at a special discount.

The zoo was another world to me. It was a great way to escape the reality of a big city with its skyscrapers and highways. The asphalt jungles were the right place for cars but a poor environment for small children. The zoo territory seemed very large and there were animals from all around the world there. My usual route started with the bear enclosure. The large, brown bear, called Paddy, was separated from the visitors with a high bar fence which I thought was absolutely unnecessary — the bear looked very friendly to me.

Then I grew older and could read the information table near the bear enclosure. It said that the animal was the East Siberian Brown Bear, born in the zoo. The bears of that species are large and skillful. They can hunt reindeer and elks and they also fish in the great Siberian rivers. “So sad,” I thought, “The bear has never seen the great environment he belongs to.” That actually made me look at the zoo from another angle: it seemed large but the giraffes didn't have enough space for running, the seals were kept in a pool that was far too small for them, and the leopards were pacing up and down the length of their cage. They felt nervous with the visitors' eyes on them all the time but there was no shelter on their territory. Should zoos be abolished?

I'm still in two minds over that. On the one hand, life in the zoo is like serving a life sentence — there's no hope of the animals returning home. That's definitely unfair. On the other hand, zoos are a place where children can be taught about different animals and where they can see animals from other parts of the world. It's also true that zoos can save some species from extinction. For example, three Sumatran tigers were born in our zoo several years ago. It's very unlikely that all three cubs would survive in the wild but in the zoo all of them turned into mature, healthy animals and now the staff are happy to take care of the eight new cubs of the rare tigers. The media said that when the tigers are old enough they will be returned to the wild.

17.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«It was an early morning. Ben jumped out of his bed as soon as the __________________(ONE) rays of sun came into the room. He grabbed his backpack and started to pack.»


It was an early morning. Ben jumped out of his bed as soon as the __________________(ONE) rays of sun came into the room. He grabbed his backpack and started to pack. Ben put in some of his favourite things to take with

__________________(HE) on the trip to Grandpa’s. He put in his favourite book, his kite and his teddy bear. Soon everything __________________(PACK) and he started to get dressed. Visiting Grandpa had always been the __________________(GOOD) part of his summer vacation. Together, they went fishing and watched football matches.

Ben’s granddad __________________(TEACH) him how to repair bikes and other things. Ben’s mum entered his room. “Grandpa’s here,” she said with a smile. Ben told her that he __________________(BE) ready to go. He grabbed his backpack and ran into the kitchen where Grandpa __________________(DRINK) his tea. “Ready, big guy?” asked Grandpa. “Will you have breakfast before we leave?” “No, I __________________(NOT/BE) hungry”, Ben answered, “I’ll have breakfast at your place. Grandma __________________(COOK) something nice for me, hasn’t she?”

18.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«Ben put in some of his favourite things to take with __________________(HE) on the trip to Grandpa’s. He put in his favourite book, his kite and his teddy bear.»


It was an early morning. Ben jumped out of his bed as soon as the __________________(ONE) rays of sun came into the room. He grabbed his backpack and started to pack. Ben put in some of his favourite things to take with

__________________(HE) on the trip to Grandpa’s. He put in his favourite book, his kite and his teddy bear. Soon everything __________________(PACK) and he started to get dressed. Visiting Grandpa had always been the __________________(GOOD) part of his summer vacation. Together, they went fishing and watched football matches.

Ben’s granddad __________________(TEACH) him how to repair bikes and other things. Ben’s mum entered his room. “Grandpa’s here,” she said with a smile. Ben told her that he __________________(BE) ready to go. He grabbed his backpack and ran into the kitchen where Grandpa __________________(DRINK) his tea. “Ready, big guy?” asked Grandpa. “Will you have breakfast before we leave?” “No, I __________________(NOT/BE) hungry”, Ben answered, “I’ll have breakfast at your place. Grandma __________________(COOK) something nice for me, hasn’t she?”

19.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«Soon everything __________________(PACK) and he started to get dressed.»


It was an early morning. Ben jumped out of his bed as soon as the __________________(ONE) rays of sun came into the room. He grabbed his backpack and started to pack. Ben put in some of his favourite things to take with

__________________(HE) on the trip to Grandpa’s. He put in his favourite book, his kite and his teddy bear. Soon everything __________________(PACK) and he started to get dressed. Visiting Grandpa had always been the __________________(GOOD) part of his summer vacation. Together, they went fishing and watched football matches.

Ben’s granddad __________________(TEACH) him how to repair bikes and other things. Ben’s mum entered his room. “Grandpa’s here,” she said with a smile. Ben told her that he __________________(BE) ready to go. He grabbed his backpack and ran into the kitchen where Grandpa __________________(DRINK) his tea. “Ready, big guy?” asked Grandpa. “Will you have breakfast before we leave?” “No, I __________________(NOT/BE) hungry”, Ben answered, “I’ll have breakfast at your place. Grandma __________________(COOK) something nice for me, hasn’t she?”

20.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«Visiting Grandpa had always been the __________________(GOOD) part of his summer vacation.»


It was an early morning. Ben jumped out of his bed as soon as the __________________(ONE) rays of sun came into the room. He grabbed his backpack and started to pack. Ben put in some of his favourite things to take with

__________________(HE) on the trip to Grandpa’s. He put in his favourite book, his kite and his teddy bear. Soon everything __________________(PACK) and he started to get dressed. Visiting Grandpa had always been the __________________(GOOD) part of his summer vacation. Together, they went fishing and watched football matches.

Ben’s granddad __________________(TEACH) him how to repair bikes and other things. Ben’s mum entered his room. “Grandpa’s here,” she said with a smile. Ben told her that he __________________(BE) ready to go. He grabbed his backpack and ran into the kitchen where Grandpa __________________(DRINK) his tea. “Ready, big guy?” asked Grandpa. “Will you have breakfast before we leave?” “No, I __________________(NOT/BE) hungry”, Ben answered, “I’ll have breakfast at your place. Grandma __________________(COOK) something nice for me, hasn’t she?”

21.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«Together, they went fishing and watched football matches. Ben’s granddad __________________(TEACH) him how to repair bikes and other things.»


It was an early morning. Ben jumped out of his bed as soon as the __________________(ONE) rays of sun came into the room. He grabbed his backpack and started to pack. Ben put in some of his favourite things to take with

__________________(HE) on the trip to Grandpa’s. He put in his favourite book, his kite and his teddy bear. Soon everything __________________(PACK) and he started to get dressed. Visiting Grandpa had always been the __________________(GOOD) part of his summer vacation. Together, they went fishing and watched football matches.

Ben’s granddad __________________(TEACH) him how to repair bikes and other things. Ben’s mum entered his room. “Grandpa’s here,” she said with a smile. Ben told her that he __________________(BE) ready to go. He grabbed his backpack and ran into the kitchen where Grandpa __________________(DRINK) his tea. “Ready, big guy?” asked Grandpa. “Will you have breakfast before we leave?” “No, I __________________(NOT/BE) hungry”, Ben answered, “I’ll have breakfast at your place. Grandma __________________(COOK) something nice for me, hasn’t she?”

22.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«Ben’s mum entered his room. “Grandpa’s here,” she said with a smile.

Ben told her that he __________________(BE) ready to go.»


It was an early morning. Ben jumped out of his bed as soon as the __________________(ONE) rays of sun came into the room. He grabbed his backpack and started to pack. Ben put in some of his favourite things to take with

__________________(HE) on the trip to Grandpa’s. He put in his favourite book, his kite and his teddy bear. Soon everything __________________(PACK) and he started to get dressed. Visiting Grandpa had always been the __________________(GOOD) part of his summer vacation. Together, they went fishing and watched football matches.

Ben’s granddad __________________(TEACH) him how to repair bikes and other things. Ben’s mum entered his room. “Grandpa’s here,” she said with a smile. Ben told her that he __________________(BE) ready to go. He grabbed his backpack and ran into the kitchen where Grandpa __________________(DRINK) his tea. “Ready, big guy?” asked Grandpa. “Will you have breakfast before we leave?” “No, I __________________(NOT/BE) hungry”, Ben answered, “I’ll have breakfast at your place. Grandma __________________(COOK) something nice for me, hasn’t she?”

23.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«He grabbed his backpack and ran into the kitchen where Grandpa __________________(DRINK) his tea.»


It was an early morning. Ben jumped out of his bed as soon as the __________________(ONE) rays of sun came into the room. He grabbed his backpack and started to pack. Ben put in some of his favourite things to take with

__________________(HE) on the trip to Grandpa’s. He put in his favourite book, his kite and his teddy bear. Soon everything __________________(PACK) and he started to get dressed. Visiting Grandpa had always been the __________________(GOOD) part of his summer vacation. Together, they went fishing and watched football matches.

Ben’s granddad __________________(TEACH) him how to repair bikes and other things. Ben’s mum entered his room. “Grandpa’s here,” she said with a smile. Ben told her that he __________________(BE) ready to go. He grabbed his backpack and ran into the kitchen where Grandpa __________________(DRINK) his tea. “Ready, big guy?” asked Grandpa. “Will you have breakfast before we leave?” “No, I __________________(NOT/BE) hungry”, Ben answered, “I’ll have breakfast at your place. Grandma __________________(COOK) something nice for me, hasn’t she?”

24.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«“Ready, big guy?” asked Grandpa. “Will you have breakfast before we leave?”

“No, I __________________(NOT/BE) hungry”, Ben answered, “I’ll have breakfast at your place.»


It was an early morning. Ben jumped out of his bed as soon as the __________________(ONE) rays of sun came into the room. He grabbed his backpack and started to pack. Ben put in some of his favourite things to take with

__________________(HE) on the trip to Grandpa’s. He put in his favourite book, his kite and his teddy bear. Soon everything __________________(PACK) and he started to get dressed. Visiting Grandpa had always been the __________________(GOOD) part of his summer vacation. Together, they went fishing and watched football matches.

Ben’s granddad __________________(TEACH) him how to repair bikes and other things. Ben’s mum entered his room. “Grandpa’s here,” she said with a smile. Ben told her that he __________________(BE) ready to go. He grabbed his backpack and ran into the kitchen where Grandpa __________________(DRINK) his tea. “Ready, big guy?” asked Grandpa. “Will you have breakfast before we leave?” “No, I __________________(NOT/BE) hungry”, Ben answered, “I’ll have breakfast at your place. Grandma __________________(COOK) something nice for me, hasn’t she?”

25.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«Grandma __________________(COOK) something nice for me, hasn’t she?”»


It was an early morning. Ben jumped out of his bed as soon as the __________________(ONE) rays of sun came into the room. He grabbed his backpack and started to pack. Ben put in some of his favourite things to take with

__________________(HE) on the trip to Grandpa’s. He put in his favourite book, his kite and his teddy bear. Soon everything __________________(PACK) and he started to get dressed. Visiting Grandpa had always been the __________________(GOOD) part of his summer vacation. Together, they went fishing and watched football matches.

Ben’s granddad __________________(TEACH) him how to repair bikes and other things. Ben’s mum entered his room. “Grandpa’s here,” she said with a smile. Ben told her that he __________________(BE) ready to go. He grabbed his backpack and ran into the kitchen where Grandpa __________________(DRINK) his tea. “Ready, big guy?” asked Grandpa. “Will you have breakfast before we leave?” “No, I __________________(NOT/BE) hungry”, Ben answered, “I’ll have breakfast at your place. Grandma __________________(COOK) something nice for me, hasn’t she?”

26.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«Horses have lived with people for centuries. They are ____________ (FRIEND) and clever animals and they do lots of jobs for people.»


Horses have lived with people for centuries. They are ____________ (FRIEND) and clever animals and they do lots of jobs for people. In the past, horses were widely used in agriculture. Farming was ___________(POSSIBLE) without them. Nowadays crops are grown and transported with ________________ (DIFFER) machines but horses still play an important part in our life. Police officers have to patrol some areas on horseback. Horse riding has become a popular pastime in big cities where people’s life is ___________ (STRESS) and tense. In a riding club, a professional ___________ (TRAIN) can teach you how to ride a horse. The lessons are quite expensive, but riding clubs sometimes offer free lessons to people who help to take care of the horses. If you really enjoy __________ (COMMUNICATE) with these animals, there is always a way!

27.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«In the past, horses were widely used in agriculture. Farming was ___________(POSSIBLE) without them.»


Horses have lived with people for centuries. They are ____________ (FRIEND) and clever animals and they do lots of jobs for people. In the past, horses were widely used in agriculture. Farming was ___________(POSSIBLE) without them. Nowadays crops are grown and transported with ________________ (DIFFER) machines but horses still play an important part in our life. Police officers have to patrol some areas on horseback. Horse riding has become a popular pastime in big cities where people’s life is ___________ (STRESS) and tense. In a riding club, a professional ___________ (TRAIN) can teach you how to ride a horse. The lessons are quite expensive, but riding clubs sometimes offer free lessons to people who help to take care of the horses. If you really enjoy __________ (COMMUNICATE) with these animals, there is always a way!

28.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«Nowadays crops are grown and transported with ________________ (DIFFER) machines but horses still play an important part in our life. Police officers have to patrol some areas on horseback.»


Horses have lived with people for centuries. They are ____________ (FRIEND) and clever animals and they do lots of jobs for people. In the past, horses were widely used in agriculture. Farming was ___________(POSSIBLE) without them. Nowadays crops are grown and transported with ________________ (DIFFER) machines but horses still play an important part in our life. Police officers have to patrol some areas on horseback. Horse riding has become a popular pastime in big cities where people’s life is ___________ (STRESS) and tense. In a riding club, a professional ___________ (TRAIN) can teach you how to ride a horse. The lessons are quite expensive, but riding clubs sometimes offer free lessons to people who help to take care of the horses. If you really enjoy __________ (COMMUNICATE) with these animals, there is always a way!

29.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«Horse riding has become a popular pastime in big cities where people’s life is ___________ (STRESS) and tense.»


Horses have lived with people for centuries. They are ____________ (FRIEND) and clever animals and they do lots of jobs for people. In the past, horses were widely used in agriculture. Farming was ___________(POSSIBLE) without them. Nowadays crops are grown and transported with ________________ (DIFFER) machines but horses still play an important part in our life. Police officers have to patrol some areas on horseback. Horse riding has become a popular pastime in big cities where people’s life is ___________ (STRESS) and tense. In a riding club, a professional ___________ (TRAIN) can teach you how to ride a horse. The lessons are quite expensive, but riding clubs sometimes offer free lessons to people who help to take care of the horses. If you really enjoy __________ (COMMUNICATE) with these animals, there is always a way!

30.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«In a riding club, a professional ___________ (TRAIN) can teach you how to ride a horse.»


Horses have lived with people for centuries. They are ____________ (FRIEND) and clever animals and they do lots of jobs for people. In the past, horses were widely used in agriculture. Farming was ___________(POSSIBLE) without them. Nowadays crops are grown and transported with ________________ (DIFFER) machines but horses still play an important part in our life. Police officers have to patrol some areas on horseback. Horse riding has become a popular pastime in big cities where people’s life is ___________ (STRESS) and tense. In a riding club, a professional ___________ (TRAIN) can teach you how to ride a horse. The lessons are quite expensive, but riding clubs sometimes offer free lessons to people who help to take care of the horses. If you really enjoy __________ (COMMUNICATE) with these animals, there is always a way!

31.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в скобках так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом.

 

«The lessons are quite expensive, but riding clubs sometimes offer free lessons to people who help to take care of the horses. If you really enjoy __________ (COMMUNICATE) with these animals, there is always a way!.»


Horses have lived with people for centuries. They are ____________ (FRIEND) and clever animals and they do lots of jobs for people. In the past, horses were widely used in agriculture. Farming was ___________(POSSIBLE) without them. Nowadays crops are grown and transported with ________________ (DIFFER) machines but horses still play an important part in our life. Police officers have to patrol some areas on horseback. Horse riding has become a popular pastime in big cities where people’s life is ___________ (STRESS) and tense. In a riding club, a professional ___________ (TRAIN) can teach you how to ride a horse. The lessons are quite expensive, but riding clubs sometimes offer free lessons to people who help to take care of the horses. If you really enjoy __________ (COMMUNICATE) with these animals, there is always a way!

32.

You have 30 minutes to do this task. You have received a letter from your English–speaking pen friend, Ben.

 

I’m very busy preparing for my school exams in Literature and History. To pass them successfully, I have to remember a lot.

...What subjects have you chosen for your exams and why? ...What type of exam do you prefer – oral or written? ...How do you prepare for exams?...

 

Write him a letter and answer his 3 questions. Write 100−120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.

33.

You are going to read the text aloud. You have 1.5 minutes to read the text silently, and then be ready to read it aloud. Remember that you will not have more than 2 minutes for reading aloud.

 

One day a young man who lived near the lake in a small American town asked himself, “Why can’t people ski on water if they can ski on snow?” With his brother’s help he constructed several models of skis to test his ideas. He experimented on the local lake for a few days and created skis suitable for the water. This happened in 1922. The young man, who was only 18 at that time, didn’t patent his invention. However, he performed a lot of shows across the country that made him and the sport of water skiing popular. Later, he was recognized as the creator of a new sport – water skiing.

Water skiing equipment has been greatly improved since that time, and the number of people who enjoy this sport is growing in many countries.

34.

You are going to take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions. Remember that you have 40 seconds to answer each question.

 

35.

You are going to give a talk about education. You will have to start in 1,5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences). Remember to say:

 

— why education is important;

— how long compulsory education in Russia is;

— what your favourite subject is;

— what your ideas of your future job are.

 

You have to talk continuously.