ТОП 10:

II. Choose the correct answer



1) What kind of man was Ali Baba?

a) busy and serious; b) stupid and lazy; c) poor and lazy; d) happy and lazy

2) Why did Ali’s wife tell him to go and collect leaves?

a) because they had no food; b) they liked leaves; c) his wife couldn’t cook; d) they had no leaves

3) What did the leader of the thieves shout to open the cave?

a) Don’t close, Sesame! b) Never open, Sesame! c) Open the door! d) Open, Sesame.

4) What were there on the shelves in the cave?

a) sacks with silver; b) sacks with gold; c) sacks with sugar; d) sacks with salt

5) What did Ali take home?

a) nothing; b) a sack with gold; c) a sack with silver; d) a sack with salt

6) Why did the thief follow Ali’s footprints?

a) to kill him; b) to thank him; c) to know where he lived; d) to help him

III. Answer the questions

1) What did the thief carve on the door?

2) Who took brooms and swept away the footprints?

3) What did forty thieves have between their teeth?

4) Whom did the thieves never find?

 

 

IV. Write a short composition about 8-10 sentences, answering the question.

What are you going to do if you find a sack of gold?

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SEMESTER I

WRITING

I. Fill in the blanks

1. She plays tennis … .

a) now; b) every Sunday; c) already; d) this week

2. Her parents have not come home… .

a) yet; b) now; c) tomorrow; d) a year ago;

3) They are listening to the new song … .

a) next week; b) at Christmas; c) after; d) at this moment.

4) This doctor will work … .

a) yesterday; b) now; c) tomorrow; d) always.

5) Our teacher brought us a new map … .

a) last week; b)next week; c) often; d) usually.

6) We were dancing … .

a) a week before; b) today; c) at 5 o’clock yesterday; d) at 11 o’clock.

II. Put the words in the correct order to make up sentences.

1) you, did, the museum visit yesterday?

2) will, play snowballs, the boys, next morning.

3) I, walk, don’t, my friends, with.

4) has, already, bought, a, new, she, house?

5) now, are, my dogs, sleeping, the yard, in.

6) not, we, students, are.

III. Open the brackets.

1) He is ( tall ) than me.

2) My granny ( to bake) a cake now.

3) Painting ( to be ) my hobby.

4) Tanya is (good) pupil in our class.

5) Ukraine (to wash ) by the seas.

6) I ( to wait ) for you at 3 o’clock tomorrow.

 

IV. Fill in the necessary prepositions.

1) The train always comes … time.

2) … Monday we are going to the seaside.

3) There is a beautiful Christmas tree … the hall.

4) … Easter people paint eggs.

5) My father comes home … in the evening.

6) I want to see everybody … my birthday.

 


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SEMESTER I

SPEAKING

I. Match the parts of the sentences.

1) London is …

2) London is one of the oldest cities…

3) The central part of London…

4) One of the most fashionable and most famous places …

5) London has many bridges over the Thames …

6) One of the oldest and the most expensive part to live …

a) in the world, more than 20 centuries old.

b) is the West End, which is a symbol of wealth and luxury.

c) more than twenty and they are very different from each other.

d) in London is St. Paul’s Cathedral, which was built by Christopher Wren.

e) the largest city in Europe and one of the largest cities in the world.

f) is full of historical remains

II. Fill in the blanks with correct words

1. In the center of London there is Trafalgar Square, with it’s tall … of Admiral Nelson, a British hero.

a) column b) statue c) monument

2. London is situated on both ... of the Thames, spanned by
17 bridges.

a) places b) beaches c) banks

3. Many visitors of London also go to the Tower of London to
see the ... armour and weapons and the Crown of Jewels,
a) modern b) old c) ancient

4. St Paul's Cathedral ... by Christopher Wren, it took him
35 years to build it.

a) was designed b) designed c) built

5. The National Gallery, which has one of the world's greatest
art ... is in Trafalgar Square.

a) collections b) buildings c) works

6. London, the oldest city of the English-speaking world, is
more than ... centuries old.

a) 12 b) 20 c) 15

7. Downing Street, 10 is the official ... of British prime ministers.

a) home b) building c) residence

III. Answer the questions.

1. Where is London situated?

2. What river flows through London?

3. What is the population of London?

4. Where does the Queen live when she is in London?

5. What is Hyde Park famous for?

6. Where were all the kings and queens of England crowned?

IV. Describe the sights of interest in London using the following
words and word-combinations.

the aristocratic official; London residence; the Queen lives; takes its name; the ceremony of the changing of the guard; Victoria's memorial; administrative centre; beautiful building with two towers; a big clock; a big hour bell.

 

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SEMESTER II

READING COMPREHENSION TEST

ALLIGATORS

The boys now returned to their tent. They lay down on the grass and talked about bears and alligators. As Paul was a young naturalist he knew a lot of interest­ing things about alligators. Here is what he told his brother about them.

He said that they were found in the rivers of Africa, in South and North America and in the West of India. There were a lot of alligators in the Ganges and other Indian rivers.

An alligator itself is long but his legs are very short. Alligators cannot turn round quickly, and it is easy to hunt them on land. One must only keep away from the alligator's big teeth and strong tail. He can even kill a man with it.

Alligators lay eggs as big as those of geese and put them in the sand where they are warmed by the heat of the sun. The number of eggs is often nearly two hundred.

"Is it true that old father alligators eat their own young ones?" asked Paul's brother.

"Yes, it is true. I saw it myself. The first concern of the mother is to get young alligators to the water where she can hide them better from their father but still many of the young are eaten by old alligators.

"When the young ones grow up they run away from their fathers as they are quicker in their movements. Small alligators often ride on the backs of their fa­thers. They know that the fathers cannot do anything with them in that situation."

"They can eat anything that comes in their way," added Paul, "but fish is their favourite food. They usually eat very slowly. Alligators don't need mush food. They sleep during the winter without any food."

 

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READING COMPREHENSION TEST

 

I. Fill in letters.

1) wa...m 2) qui...kly; 3) favo...rite

4) the...r 5) he...t 6) mov...ment

 
 







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