Make 10 test questions with 5 answers about this text and try to use Passive Voice
For example: Chickens are raised for their …
a) kidneys, b) caviar, c) eggs, d) wool, e) milk
Retell the text
Find the right answer
Test . Passive Voice
1. Bread … every day.
a) are eaten b) ate c) is eaten d) is being eaten
2. This letter … tomorrow.
a) was written b) was being written c) will write d) will be written
3. Many houses … during the Great Fire of London.
a) were burned b) are burned c) will be burned d) is burned
4. From the station they … straight to the hotel.
a) was taken b) is taken c) am taken d) will be taken
5. The telegram … tomorrow.
a) will be received b) was received c) receive d) will receive
6. Don’t enter the room. The student … right now by the professor.
a) was asked b) is being asked c) has been asked d) is asked
7. The letter … at this time yesterday.
a) is written b) will be written c) was being written d) are written
8. The work … by 5 o’clock tomorrow.
a) will do b) will be done c) will have been done d) would do
9. The doctor says she …to the hospital.
a) will take b) must take c) must be taken d) must have been taken
10. The building of the house … very soon.
a) can finish b) can being finished c) can be finish d) can be finished
11. The doctor will operate on him in a week.
a) Him will be operated on in a week.
b) He will be operated on in a week.
c) He is operated on in a week.
d) The doctor will be operated on in a week.
12. They looked for the girl everywhere.
a) Everywhere they were looking for the girl.
b) The girl was looked for everywhere.
c) The girl is looked for everywhere.
d) The girl was looked everywhere.
13. I bought apples yesterday.
a) The apples are bought yesterday.
b) The apples have been bought yesterday.
c) The apples will be bought yesterday.
d) The apples were bought yesterday.
14. We did not invite her to the party.
a) Her was not invited to the party.
b) She was not invited to the party.
c) Party was not invited her.
d) She has not been invited to the party.
15. Someone wants you on the phone.
a) You want someone on the phone.
b) The phone is wanted on you.
c) You were wanted on the phone.
d) You are wanted on the phone.
16. The film will be shown on TV …
a) tomorrow b) yesterday c) then d) last year
17. Tom has … been asked.
a) yesterday b) yet c) just d) now
18. Milk is sold in this shop …
a) every day b) yesterday c) tomorrow d) never
19. Tennis was being played yesterday …
a) - b) at 5 o’clock c) by 5 o’clock d) already
20. The window was broken …
a) last week b) tomorrow c) every day d) ever
Text: The food of the Nomad
Grammar: Question tags
The food of the Nomad
The Kazakhs’ traditional diet depended on their basic economic activities: herding and arable farming, and consisted almost exclusively of what they produced themselves: milk, meat, grains and other plants. In many respects this dietary pattern is still followed by the Kazakhs of today.
They consume a great variety and quantity of dairy food. All possible types of yoghurt and sour-cream products are made from the milk of sheep, goats and cows, as well as many kinds of dried cheese, which can be preserved for a long time and are highly calorific. There are also sweetmeats made of milk beverages to which millet, wheat or rice are added. Mare’s milk, koumiss, specially prepared in a wooden bowl, is highly valued for its nutritional and medicinal properties. In the same way a drink called shubat is made from camel’s milk. Today, these beverages are used effectively in the treatment of various illnesses in modern medical institutions.
Meat also figured largely in the nomad’s diet. There was a plentiful supply from domesticated animals: sheep, goats, camels and large horned cattle, and also from wild sheep, elik (hornless small deer), steppe antelope and other animals caught by hunting. A special place in the Kazakh cuisine belongs today, as it did in the past, to horse sausage and various other delicacies are made. Horse meat, smoked and dried, is usually prepared for the winter. Fish is also eaten. In the southern regions there is a higher consumption of fruit and vegetables.
A great variety of dishes and many types of bread are made from cereals, particularly wheat, millet and rice. Grain is first boiled, then roasted and crushed in a mortar, after which creamy butter and sugar are added. These and various milk-based sweets take the place of other types of confectionery.
One of the favorite drinks of the Kazakhs is tea. The black varieties are drunk with or without milk. In the southern regions green tea is popular. In the past the Kazakhs had no alcoholic beverages.
The cuisine of the modern Kazakh is much more varied, since it has assimilated the traditions of many peoples. Certain Kazakh national dishes are now prepared only for holidays or special celebrations.
Nomad, diet, herding, arable farming, pattern, consume, preserve, bowl, cuisine, consumption, assimilate
I. Choose the right variant
1. … produced milk, meat, grains and other plants, …?
a) Our grandparents\didn’t they, b) They\did they, c) My parents\weren’t they, d) Their parents\aren’t they, e) His family\don’t they
2. The Kazakhs’ traditional diet depended on their basic economic activities, …?
a) did it, b) wasn’t it, c) didn’t it, d) isn’t it, e) weren’t it
3. … consume a great variety and quantity of dairy food …?
a) Our people\aren’t they, b) My family\do they, c) My sister\doesn’t she, d) Kazakhs\don’t they, e) They\didn’t they
4. These beverages are used effectively in the treatment, …?
a) are it, b) aren’t it, c) is it, d) isn’t it, e) aren’t they
5. Meat also figured largely in the nomad’s diet, …?
a) wasn’t it, b) didn’t it, c) doesn’t it, d) hadn’t it, e) also not it
6. One of the favorite drinks of the Kazakhs … tea, …?
a) is\is it, b)isn’t\isn’t it, c) was\wasn’t it, d) is\it isn’t, e) wasn’t\is it
7. Clothing … made of woolen, …?
a) was\wasn’t it, b) is\aren’t it, c) does\doesn’t it, d) has\hasn’t it, e) are\aren’t they
8. In the past the Kazakhs had no alcoholic beverages …?
a) didn’t it, b) had it, c) hadn’t they, d) did they, e) did it
9. … never tasted shubat, …?
a) I\wasn’t I, b) He\did he, c)She\hadn’t she, d) They\weren’t they, e) We\didn’t we
10. … likes traditional beverages, …?
a) I\don’t I, b) My mother\isn’t she, c) My grandmother\doesn’t she, d) His aunt\does she, e) Her sister-in-law\aren’t she
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