Complete the conditional sentences.

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Complete the conditional sentences.

9. If they go to Washington, they (see)___________ the White House.

10. If mum gave her a sweet, she (stop)___________ crying.

11. If he (arrive)______________ later, he will take a taxi.

12. We would understand him if he (speak)__________ slowly.

13. Andy (cook)_____________ dinner if we buy the food.

14. I will prepare breakfast if I (wake up)___________ early.

15. If you hate walking in the mountains, you (enjoy / not)____________ the tour.

16. Janet would go jogging if she (have / not)_____________________ to do her homework.




Білет № 24

I. Читання тексту та виконання після текстового завдання

Read the text and choose the best answer (A–D) to answer the questions (1–5).


One of South America’s mysteries is Easter Island. Easter Island, also called Rapa Nui and Isla de Pascua, 3,600 km (2,237 ml) west of Chile, is a volcanic island with an interesting­ and partly unknown history. The island was named by the Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen because he encountered it on Easter Sunday, 1722. He was the first European to find the island. The official name of the island, Isla de Pascua, means Easter Island in Spanish. This island is famous because of the approximately 887 huge statues which were found there. The statues consist of heads and complete torsos, the largest of which weighs 84 tons! These monuments, called moai, were carved out of compressed volcanic ash, called tuff, which was found at a quarry at a place called Rano Raraku. Statues are still being found. Some of the monuments were left only half carved. Nobody knows why Rano Raraku was abandoned. It is thought that the statues were carved by the ancestors of the modern Polynesian inhabitants. But the purpose of the statues and the reason they were abandoned remain mysteries.


Who named the island “Easter Island”?

AAn explorer

BA Dutch explorer

CThe original inhabitants

DBoth A and B are correct

Who was Jacob Roggeveen?

AA European who found the island

BAn explorer who named the island

CA person who carved several statues

DBoth A and B are correct


What are moai?

AAncestors of the current inhabitants

BQuarries on the island

CStatues on the island

DVolcanic ashes


Why isn’t the number of statues known?

AThe island is too big to explore.

BStatues are still being found.

CSome statues were taken away. DNone of the above.

What are the statues made of?

AVolcanic ash



DBoth A and B are correct


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Choose the correct answer.

1. … bicycle is over there?

A Who B Who’s C Whose D Which

2.Does Mary have … money to buy a car?

A too much B very much C enough D little

3. Would you like a .. sandwich?

A bread B sandwich C cheese D soup

4. My sister and her boyfriend are getting … next year.

A marry B marries C marrying D married

5. We moved to our flat … year.

A ago B behind C last D passed

6. Have you done … your homework ?

A yet B still C ever D only




Білет № 25

I. Читання тексту та виконання після текстового завдання

Read the text and decide if the statements are T (True) or F (False).




A giant Wolf was almost dead with hunger when he happened to meet a House-dog who was passing by.


“Ah, brother,” said the Dog. “I know how it can be; your irregular life will soon make the ruin of you. Why don’t you work steadily as I do, and regularly get your food given to you?”

“I would have no objection,” said the Wolf, “if I could only get a place.”

“I will easily arrange that for you,” said the Dog. “Come with me to my master and you will share my work.”


So the Wolf and the Dog went towards the town together. On the way there the Wolf noticed that the hair on a certain part of the Dog’s neck was very much worn away, so he asked him how that had come about.


“Oh, it is nothing, said the Dog. “That is only the place where the collar is put on at night to keep me chained up; it is a bit stiff, but one soon gets used to it.”


“Is that all?” said the Wolf. “Then good-bye to you, Master Dog.” The moral of the story is, “Better starve free than be a fat slave.”


1.The Dog was starving to death when the Wolf met him.

2.The Dog offered the Wolf a place in his master’s home.

3.The Wolf and the Dog went away from the town together.

4.The Wolf didn’t want to work steadily and get his food regularly.

5.The hair on a certain part of the Dog’s neck was very worn away.

6.The Dog said that the collar was put on him every morning to keep him chained up.

7.The Wolf decided to leave after the Dog told him about his collar.

8.The moral of the story is “Better starve free than be a hungry slave.”




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