F) Brilliant ideas and brave deeds



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F) Brilliant ideas and brave deeds



G) Borrowed ideas

H) Revolutionary materials

 

             

 

Задание 2. Напишите 5 вопросов разных типов к тексту/мини-тексту задания 1.

Перенесите готовые вопросы в Бланк для ответов.

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Задание 3. Лексико–грамматический тест.

Заполните пропуски, обозначенные номерами 1–7. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям 1–7, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов (A, B, C, D).Перенесите букву правильной подстановки в таблицу.

Перенесите ответы в Бланк для ответов.

A Strange Girl

Stephen pulled up the collar of his coat as he walked along the platform. Overhead a dim fog clouded the station. He was 1___________ trains move slowly, throwing off clouds of steam into the cold air. Everything was dirty and smoke-grimed.

Stephen thought with revulsion: “What a foul country – what a foul city!” He had to 2_____________ that his first excited reaction to London – its shops, its restaurants, its well-dressed attractive women – had faded. Supposing he were back in South Africa now…

To 3______________ the truth, he felt a quick pang of homesickness. Sunshine – blue skies – gardens of flowers. And here – dirt, grime and endless crowds – moving, hurrying, jostling.

He got on a train and passed along the corridor, looking for a place. The train was full. It was only three days before Christmas. He 4_____________ to go to his parents for Christmas… And then, suddenly, he caught his breath, looking into a carriage. This girl was different. Black hair, rich creamy pallor, the sad proud eyes of the South… It was all wrong that this girl should be sitting in this train 5______________ these dull drab looking people. She should be somewhere splendid, not squeezed into the corner of a third class carriage.

He was an observant man. He did not fail to 6______________ the shabbiness of her black coat and skirt, the cheap quality of her gloves. 7_______________ splendor was the quality he associated with her. He thought: “I’ve got to know who she is and what she’s doing here.”

 

1. A) looking B) watching C) staring D) gazing

2. A)admit B) agree C) adopt D) accept

3. A) say B) talk C) speak D) tell

4. A) used B) kept C) held D) took

5. A) between B) besides C) among D) along

6. A) spot B) observe C) remark D) note

7. A) Nevermore B) Nevertheless C) Although D) Therefore

 

             

 

Задание 4. Письменное высказывание: напишите личное письмо. Перенесите готовое письмо в Бланк для ответов.

 

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

…I’m going to do a project on reading in different countries. Could you help me? Do young people read as much as old people in your country? Do you prefer to read E-books or traditional books? Why? How much time do you and your friends spend reading daily?

As for the latest news, I have just joined a sport club…

Write a letter to Nick.

In your letter

- answer his questions

- ask 3 questions about Nick’s sport club

Write 100–140 words.

Remember the rules of letter writing.

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ГОСУДАРСТВЕННАЯ ИТОГОВАЯ АТТЕСТАЦИЯ – 2016

Предмет «Английский язык»

Класс 11

Вариант № 12

Задание 1. Чтение.

Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски 1-7 частями предложений, обозначенными буквами A - H. Одна из частей в спискеA – H лишняя. Занесите буквы, обозначающие соответствующие части предложений, в таблицу.

Перенесите ответы в Бланк для ответов.

Number of Teenagers with Saturday Job Drops

The number of teenagers with Saturday jobs has dropped. Young people do not acquire any experience for their CVs – a crucial step towards getting full-time work. The proportion of teenagers combining part-time jobs with school or college has slumped from 40% in the 1990s to around 20% now, according to the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), a government agency. Latest figures show that only 1__________ in 1997.

The trend is not just recession-related, but the result of an increasing expectation 2____________ well as a falling number of Saturday jobs, according to the report. Many of the jobs that young people do, such as bar work, are in long-term decline, and are forecast to decline further over the next decade.

"Recruiters place significant emphasis on experience … 3_________," the report says. Word of mouth is the most common way to get a job, 4____________ young people are unable to build up informal contacts, it adds.

Ms. Todd, a commissioner at the UKCES, said: "There's more emphasis on doing well at school, young people are finding less time to do what they would have done a few years ago. "I think it's also the changing structure of the labour market. Retail is still a big employer, 5_______________. As a consequence, we need to think about how we get young people the work experience they need."

A new initiative to send employees 6_______________ to talk about their careers was also launched recently. The scheme, Inspiring the Future, is meant to give state schoolchildren access to the kind of careers advice that private schools offer. The deputy prime minister said: "The power of making connections 7_____________ and can be life-changing."

 

A) that young people should stay on at school, as

B) that inspire young people is immeasurable

C) but an increasing shortage of work experience means

D) but a lot more of it is being done online

E) 260,000 teenagers have a Saturday job compared with 435,000

F) that it was researching the system of funding education after 16

G) but young people are leaving education increasingly less experienced

H) into state schools

 

             

Задание 2. Напишите 5 вопросов разных типов к тексту задания 1. Перенесите готовые вопросы в Бланк для ответов.

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Задание 3. Лексико-грамматический тест.

Заполните пропуски, обозначенные номерами 1–7. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям 1–7, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов (A, B, C, D)Занесите букву правильной подстановки в таблицу.

Перенесите готовые ответы в Бланк для ответов.

Cathy

Cathy spent many hours during her lunch breaks poking around the dress shops before she bought the appropriate outfit for the Trumpers’ housewarming party. Her final 1_______________ was a sunflower yellow dress which the shop assistant described as suitable for a cocktail party. Cathy became fearful at the last minute that its lack of length might be too daring for such a grand 2____________ . But when Simon came to pick her up his immediate comment was “You’ll be a sensation.” His assurance made her feel more confident.

3_____________, she forgot all her doubts the moment the butler invited them inside. While others drank champagne and helped themselves from the trays of canapés, she 4________________her attention to pictures.

First came a Courbet, a still life of magnificent rich reds, oranges and greens; then a Picasso of two doves surrounded by pink blossoms. She 5________________ looking at them but she gasped when she first saw the Sisley, a stretch of the Seine with every paintof pastel shading being made to count.

“That’s my favourite,” said a voice from behind her. Cathy turned to see a tall, dark-haired young man give her a grin that must have made many people return his smile.

“Quite beautiful,” she 6____________. “When I was younger I used to try and paint a little myself, and it was Sisley who finally convinced me I shouldn’t bother.”

“Good heavens,” the young man said. “An expert in our presence.” Cathy smiled 7____________her new companion. “Let’s have a look at some more works in the upper corridor.”

1) A) choice B) selection C) preference D) option

2) A) accident B) incident C) occurrence D) occasion

3) A) Otherwise B) However C) Nevertheless D) Although

4) A) drew B) kept C) turned D) paid

5) A) pleased B) enjoyed C) amused D) entertained

6) A) approved B) accepted C) admired D) admitted

7) A) at B) to C) on D) of

 

             

 

Задание 4. Письменное высказывание: напишите краткую заметку в молодежный журнал.

Перенесите готовое задание в Бланк для ответов.

 

Comment on the following statement

Some people think that extreme sports help to build character.

What is your opinion? Do you agree with this statement?

Write 100–140 words.

Use the following plan:

- make an introduction (state the problem)

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

- make a conclusion restating your position.

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ГОСУДАРСТВЕННАЯ ИТОГОВАЯ АТТЕСТАЦИЯ – 2016

Предмет «Английский язык»

Класс 11

Вариант № 13

Задание 1. Чтение.

Установите соответствие между заголовками A - H и текстами 1–7. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.

Перенесите ответы в Бланк для ответов.

 

1) The Salem Witch Museum brings you back to Salem of 1692 for a dramatic overview of the Witch Trials, including stage sets with life-size figures, lighting and a narration. There is also a possibility to go on a candlelight tour to four selected homes. The museum is open all year round and closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Salem is also famous for its Haunted Happenings, a 24-day Halloween festival.

2) The Discover Sea Shipwreck Museum opened its doors in 1995, and has one of the largest collections of shipwreck and recovered artifacts in the Mid-Atlantic. It contains about 10,000 artifacts from local and worldwide locations, including an intact blown-glass hourglass from a 200-year-old shipwreck, which is also the world's deepest wooden wreck at the heart of the Bermuda Triangle.

3) The Seashore Trolley Museum is the oldest and largest electric railway museum in the world. It was founded in 1939 with one open trolley car, No. 31 from the Biddeford & Saco Railroad Company. The Seashore Trolley Museum contains over 250 transit vehicles, mostly trolleys, from the United States, Canada and abroad. Visitors can even take a trip along the Maine countryside aboard a restored early-1900s electric streetcar.

4) American Hop Museum is dedicated to the brewing industry and located in the heart of the Yakima Valley's hop fields, which gather the best harvest for producing beer. It chronicles the American hop industry from the New England colonies to its expansion into California and the Pacific Northwest, and includes historical equipment, photos and artifacts that pay tribute to hop, the everlasting vine that is still an integral part of the brewing industry.

5) The Money Museum in Colorado Springs is America's largest museum dedicated to numismatics (the study of collecting coins and metals). The collection contains over 250,000 items from the earliest invention of money to modern day, with items including paper money, coins, tokens, medals, and traditional money from all over the world. Highlights include the 1804 dollar, the 1913 V Nickel, the 1866 no motto series, a comprehensive collection of American gold coins, and experimental pattern coins and paper money.

6) The Kenneth G. Fiske Museum of Musical Instruments in California has one of the most diverse collections of musical instruments in the United States. This museum is home to over 1,400 American, European and ethnic instruments from the 17th–20th centuries. Selections from all parts of the world also include keyboards, brass, woodwind, stringed, percussion, mechanical and electronic instruments. Other highlights are rare pieces from the violin and viola families, reed organs and instruments from the Orient and Tibet.

7) The Hammer Museum in Alaska is the world’s first museum dedicated to hammers. The Museum provides a view of the past through the use of man’s first tool. You will find over 1500 hammers on display, ranging from ancient times to the present. The museum does not have any paid staff, and it is run by volunteers. This quaint and quirky museum is an interesting and informative stop for the whole family.

 

A) Back from the seas

B) A museum of popular drinks

C) Magic as attraction

D) One tool museum

E) Not a bank but …

F) Still moving along

G) A brand new shore museum

H) To play any tune

 

             

 

Задание 2. Напишите 5 вопросов разных типов к тексту/мини-тексту задания 1.

Перенесите готовые вопросы в Бланк для ответов.

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Задание 3. Лексико-грамматический тест.

Заполните пропуски, обозначенные номерами 1–7. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям 1–7, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов (A, B, C, D)Перенесите букву правильной подстановки в таблицу.

Перенесите ответы в Бланк для ответов.

Philip and Michael

Philip Masters was a millionaire now. 1___________, everyone in the club was aware that he had built up his own business from scratch after he had left his first job as a kitchen salesman. “Ready-Fit Kitchens” had started in a shed at the end of Philip’s garden. Later, he 2______________ in building a factory on the other side of town that employed more than three hundred people.

Ten years later, the financial press speculated that Philip’s business was worth a couple of million. When five more years later the company was taken over by the John Lewis Partnership, Philip got seventeen million pounds. 3____________ businessmen were as lucky as he was.

Philip was married for more than twenty years. He had fallen in love with Sally at first 4__________________. Now Sally was chairman of the regional branch of the Save the Children Fund. Their son had just won a place at St Anne’s College, Oxford. Michael was the boy’s godfather.

Michael Gilmour could 5______________ be a greater contrast. On leaving school, where Philip had been his closest friend, he 6_______________ to find a permanent job. He started out as a trainee with Watneys, but lasted only a few months. Then he started to work as a reporter with a publishing company. He drifted from job to job. 7_____________ Philip, he married his childhood sweetheart, Carol West, the daughter of a local doctor. They had a daughter. Michael seemed to have settled down at last.

 

1.A) Therefore B) Moreover C) However D) Although

2.A) fulfilled B) succeeded C) managed D) achieved

3.A) Little B) Many C) Much D) Few

4.A) view B) sight C) look D) glimpse

5.A) simply B) nearly C) hardly D) merely

6.A) lacked B) missed C) failed D) lost

7.A) Like B) Alike C) Familiar D) Similar

             

 

Задание 4.Письменное высказывание: напишите краткую заметку в школьную газету.

Перенесите готовое задание в Бланк для ответов.

Comment on the following statement.

Some people think that young people should follow in their parents' footsteps when choosing a profession.



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