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Раздел первый — понимание прослушанных текстов.

  1. Общее понимание прослушиваемого текста.

  2. Понимание общего смысла прослушиваемого текста, отдельных деталей, нахождение и понимание запрашиваемой информации.


Раздел второй — лексико-грамматические задания.

  1. Умение применять адекватные глагольно-временные формы, предлоги, местоимения модальные глаголы, обороты с наречиями, герундиальные и причастные обороты.

  2. Знание и умение адекватно применять активную лексику по темам программ.

  3. Интегративные языковые умения.


Раздел третий — понимание прочитанных текстов.

  1. Общее понимание прочитанного текста, а также понимание отдельных деталей.

  2. Общее понимание прочитанного текста.

Тексты к разделу «Аудирование» по английскому языку

Задания А1-А10.

Прослушайте текст и определите, соответствуют ли его содержанию высказывания, приведенные в листе заданий.

Текст прозвучит два раза. После первого раза у вас будет 45 секунд для ознакомления с заданиями, после второго прослушивания две минуты для внесения решений в бланк ответов.

Если высказывание соответствует прозвучавшему тексту, отметьте вариант 1, если высказывание не соответствует тексту, отметьте вариант 2, если по поводу высказывания в тексте ничего не было сказано, отметьте вариант 3.

Stephen Aston, 29, is a motor home designer with MLC Motor Homes in North Wales. He is married and lives in Caernarfon.

Isn 7 a motor home a motor home - what more is there to design?

We built bespoke motor homes to individual customers' specifications.

What sort of specifications?

Quite a lot want a vehicle that can fit a car in the back, or a scooter for nipping to shops. Every one is unique, and sometimes you're trying to fit a square peg into a round hole.

Give an example of a square peg.

Fitting two racing cars in the back! We've done that by putting one above the other and designing an elaborate ramp system.

But fitting in the basics of accommodation you presumably cracked long ago?

No, sometimes it's still hard to fit it all in. We recently had an issue with an oven. We needed to position it at a certain height, but a flap-down door would have been dangerous, so we had to completely redesign the kitchen. Occasionally I wake up sweating at night if I'm stuck on a particular idea - it's usually how to fit cars in, but we were once asked if we could build one fitted with a helicopter.

And you dismissed it out of hand?

No. Though it made me laugh a bit, we did think about it, but it was just too big. There was no way round it.


Will there be a moment when you have done all you can with motor-home design?

I've done four years so far and there's been no repetition of design yet. At the Earl's Court Caravan and Outdoor Leisure Show this weekend, I'm going to be showing off our latest, most advanced motor home.

Задания All —А15.

Прослушайте короткие тексты и выполните приведенные ниже задания, выбрав один из предложенных вариантов ответа. Отметьте свой выбор в бланке ответов.
Задание АН.

BERLIN - Convicts in Berlin cannot decorate their cells with Christmas trees a court ruled Monday.

The city's highest legal authority overturned a decision by a lower court, which had granted a prisoner the right to deck out his cell with a tree of "no more than 50 centimetres in height (not including the tip)" during the festive season.

This prompted a protest by the prison's director, whose complaint was upheld by the higher body.

"The complaint correctly points out that the branches and trunk of the tree can easily be hollowed out and sealed with glue, which renders it extremely difficult to prevent the smuggling of drugs in this way," the court said.
Задание Al 2.

BUDAPEST - Stars may seem like a harmless symbol of Christmas goodwill - but in eastern Europe, if they're red, they may be anything but.

Hungarian shopper Istvan Hamza made a formal complaint to police that the star decorations in a record shop in the town of Szombathely were too much like the communist red star - banned by law as a symbol of decades of dictatorship.

But the police let Christmas charity prevail.

"The shop's red stars are an irregular shape and their branches are not pointed but rounded, so they do not meet the specification set out in the law," spokesman Peter Kovacs said Monday, according to the local news agency MTI.
Задание A13.

MANILA (Reuters) - What's in a name? Plenty for collectors driving up the price of a small number of Philippine 100-peso bills with the president's name misspelled.

The notes, worth about $1.87, are legal tender but their relative rarity attracted starting bids of $9.99 each in a sale of four of them on Internet auction site eBay.com due to end later Tuesday.

The central bank said in November an "insignificant" number of the bills -with President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's last name spelled "Arrovo" with a "v" - were released.

Demand is outpacing supply.

Задание Al4.

Ту England, who scored a hit in 1995 with "Should've Asked Her Faster," has released a new single, "Redneck Anthem," on Oklahoma-based Triple T Records. "I think most country music fans are proud that they have a little bit of redneck on the family tree, and this song is tailor-made for them all," said England. Formerly Garth Brooks' college roommate and tour guitarist, England has lately been active on the USO circuit.
Задание Al5.

A court in the US has ruled against the teaching of "intelligent design" alongside Darwin's theory of evolution.

A group of parents in the Pennsylvania town of Dover had taken the school board to court for demanding biology classes not teach evolution as fact.

The authorities wanted to introduce the idea that Earth's life was too complicated to have evolved on its own.

Judge John Jones ruled the school board had violated the constitutional ban on teaching religion in public schools.




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Тест по английскому языку № 1

Инструкция для учащихся

Тест состоит из частей А и В. На его выполнение отводится 150 минут. Задания рекомендуется выполнять по порядку. Если задание не удается выполнить сразу, перейдите к следующему. Если останется время, вернитесь к пропущенным заданиям.

Часть А

К каждому заданию части А дано несколько ответов, из которых только один верный. Выполните задание, сравните полученный ответ с предложенными. В бланке ответов под номером задания поставьте крестик (X) в клеточке, номер которой равен номеру выбранного Вами ответа.

Раздел 1. Аудирование

Задания А1-А10.

Прослушайте текст и определите, соответствуют ли его содержанию высказывания, приведенные в листе заданий.

Текст прозвучит два раза. После первого раза у вас будет 45 секунд для ознакомления с заданиями, после второго прослушивания две минуты для внесения решений в бланк ответов.

Если высказывание соответствует прозвучавшему тексту, отметьте вариант 1, если высказывание не соответствует тексту, отметьте вариант 2, если по поводу высказывания в тексте ничего не было сказано, отметьте вариант 3.

AI. Stephen designs motors.

А2. Stephen's designs are individual.

A3. Many owners of motor homes want to fit them with a small vehicle.

A4. Stephen thinks it impossible to fit two racing cars in the back of a motor home.

A5. Motor homes are getting more and more expensive. A6. Stephen says that ovens are dangerous for motor homes. A7. Stephen is sure he would be able to fit a helicopter some day. A8. Stephen has never repeated a design so far.

A9. Stephen's company is presenting their new motor home at a weekend's show.

A10. Stephen owns two motor homes himself.

Задания А11-А15. Прослушайте короткие тексты и выполните приведенные ниже задания, выбрав один из предложенных вариантов ответа. Отметьте свой выбор в бланке ответов,

АН. Почему суд запретил заключенным украшать камеры на Рождество елками?

  1. Из-за острых иголок.

  2. Из-за возможности маскировать в них наркотики.

  3. Из-за их больших размеров.

  4. Из-за жалоб обслуживающего персонала тюрем.

А12. На что пожаловался венгерский покупатель?

  1. На нарушение закона о коммунистических символах.

  2. На нетрадиционный цвет рождественских звезд.

  3. На поведение персонала музыкального магазина.

  4. На нарушение форм и размеров, принятых для рождественских звезд.

А13. Что привлекает коллекционеров в филиппинских банкнотах, о которых говорится в сообщении?

  1. Неправильный цвет партии банкнот.

  2. Ошибка в написании номинации банкнот.

  3. Ошибка в написании имени президента.

  4. Отсутствие на банкнотах указания банка.

А14. Кому посвящен новый сингл Тая Ингланда?

  1. Гарту Бруксу.

  2. Всем фанатам музыки кантри.

  3. Портным.

  4. Потомкам белых бедняков из южных штатов.

А15. Какой закон, по мнению суда, был нарушен школьным советом?

  1. О запрете преподавания религии в государственных школах.

  2. О порядке преподавания теории эволюции.

  3. О полномочиях школьных советов.

  4. О формировании программ учебных курсов.

Раздел 2. Лексика и грамматика

Задания А16-А30. Дополните следующие ниже предложения, выбрав один из предложенных вариантов решения. Отметьте свой выбор в бланке ответов.

А16. We agreed that John would provide us with all the facilities on condition he ... his salary in time.

1) gets 2) will get 3) got 4) would get

А17. Don't worry. We'll be through with all this before your friends ...
1) get back 2) will get back

3) will be getting back 4) are getting back

A18.1 will phone her once again, but as she hasn't answered yet, I think she must...

1) have gone out 2) has gone out

3) went out 4) go out

A19. About two hours ... before we realized that we had taken the wrong road.
1) did pass 2) was passed

3) had passed 4) had been passed

A20. Will you mind if I... my things with you? I'll pick them up tomorrow.
1) will be leaving 2) am leaving

3) will leave 4) leave

A21.... English often talk about the weather.

1) A 2) An 3) The 4) -

A22. The director will have to dismiss you. He can see ... way out.
1) no another 2) not any other

3) no other 4) not the other

A23. I've got two suggestions, both are very interesting, so we may discuss ...
1) neither 2) either 3) each 4) every

A24. This scientist is as gifted in mathematics ... in languages.

1) as 2) so 3) how 4) than

A25. I'd love to spend the holidays in the mountains! - ...
1) So do I. 2) So would I.

3) Neither do I. 4) Neither would I.

A26. There was a narrow ... running through the woods which we chose for our walking tours.

1) line 2) way 3) road 4) path

A27. Some journalists like to ... their reports, often making them untrue.

1) colour 2) decorate 3) pretty 4) beautify

A28. We have quarreled and are not on speaking ... now.

1) relations 2) attitudes 3) terms 4) conditions

A29. She always finds ... with everyone, I have never seen her pleased with anything people do.

1) error 2) mistake 3) fault 4) defect

А30. Why are you ... your furniture in the room? We want to have the walls repapered.

1) moving 2) removing 3) placing 4) replacing

Раздел 3. Чтение

Задания A31-A38. Прочтите текст, заполните пропуски словом или словосочетанием, выбрав один из предложенных вариантов ответа. Отметьте свой выбор в бланке ответов.

Bedroom TVs for seven out of 10 children

Seven out of 10 children have a television set in their bedrooms, while half have their own DVD player, (A31) to a study that highlights the disintegration of communal family life.

A survey of more than 1,300 families found that children's rooms were (A32) cluttered with entertainment gadgets that kept them away (A33) their parents and siblings.

The findings have disturbed some psychologists who (A34) children are missing out on the more social outdoor activities enjoyed by previous generations.

The report by Lloyds TSB Insurance estimates that British children have £28 billion worth of electronic (A35) in their rooms.

Six out of 10 children own a games console, five out of 10 have a music system, (A36) about a third of children have a computer and a similar number own an Ipod or MP3 digital music player.

One in 10 has an internet broadband connection while 13 per cent have (A37) to Sky or digital television in their bedrooms, the survey found.

Previous (A38) have shown that children tend to watch more television, or play more computer games, if they have them in their bedrooms.


A32.

A33.

A34.

A35.

A36.

A37.

A38.
A31.

1) according

2) from

3) following

4) agreeing

1) growing

2) turning

3) becoming

4) appearing

1) to

2) on

3) for

4) from

1) hope

2) believe

3) agree

4) consider

1) wires

2) toys

3) books

4) equipment

1) while

2) so

3) among

4) as

1) way

2) access

3) approach

4) permission

1) psychologists 3) studies




2) parents

4) programmes




Задания А39-А50. Прочтите следующие тексты 1,М2) и ответьте на вопросы, следующие за текстами, выбрав один из предложенных вариантов ответа. Отметьте свой выбор в бланке ответов.

Текст № 1

Dr. Franklin of Harley Street

A year ago, when I was still quite a kid, I had food poisoning. That's what I had (as I had tried to examine myself at home) - but that's not what the doctors told me. Judging by what they said I had almost everything except food poisoning. Believe me, I'm not inventing anything. When the local doctor gave me up, I went to hospital on the national health, where at least three of them examined me, gave me pills and injections and sent me away as cured, exactly as before. For days I was in great pain. I ran temperatures and was sick almost hourly. I was beginning to get really frightened.

Then I had an idea Everybody knows that Harley Street is where the best doctors practise their trade. I went there one day. I decided that I'd choose the same street number as the day it happened to be and ring the bell, and see what happened. The trouble was there turned out to be six bells; so, without hesitation I rang them all. If you don't believe this story, remember that I was drunk with fever and just didn't care what happened. I'd come there with one purpose - to reach somebody who knew what the matter was. Well, the six bells were all answered by the same person: a sort of nurse-secretary, and before I had time to make any inquiries, I collapsed in the hall.

When I came round I saw a tall, intelligent-looking young man, who asked me to tell him all about my trouble, which I did. He gave me an hour's examination, and then said, "Well, I don't know what's the matter with you, but we must find out."

I can't tell you how these words of Doctor Franklin impressed me and how my heart filled with respect for him. Because all the other doctors said they knew what the matter was, but Dr. Franklin of Harley Street said he didn't know. He got an ambulance and placed me inside one of those eighty-a-week clinics where they pierce your earlobes*, or change your sex for you, for three-figure fees - all without any mention of who was going to pay or on what terms I was going to be kept there.

To cut a long story short, he found there was an abscess, and pierced it, and down went the temperature, and that was that. Dr. Franklin insisted that I should stay another week inside the clinic. Every day he would drop in to say "Hi," and he always treated me in front of the nurses as if I were a cabinet minister or someone -1 mean he was so wonderfully polite. I really think he had the nicest manners I have ever seen in anyone and, I shan't forget it.

But on the day I was to go home, he did not turn up at all, and so I didn't have a chance to thank him, or to raise the question of how to pay for my stay in the clinic. I wrote him, of course, but though he answered very nicely, he didn't mention the money. So I did this. While I was in the place, I took pictures with my Rolleiflex of nurses and patients, and some of them were really funny. So I picked out the best, made enlargements, put them in an album, and dropped it in at Harley Street, and he wrote back and said, if ever I got into the clinic again, which he sincerely hoped I wouldn't, he'd confiscate my Rolleiflex first.

* earlobes - мочки ушей

А39. How did the author find out he had food poisoning?

1) From a local doctor. 2) In a city hospital.

3) In Harley street. 4) By self-examination.

A40. Why was the author so brave as to go to Harley Street for a consultation?

1) He was desperate. 3) He was feverish.

2) He was drunk 4) He was angry.

A41. What impressed the author most about Dr Franklin?

  1. He gave the author a long examination.

  2. He was very young.

  3. He admitted he didn't know what was wrong.

  4. He placed the author in an expensive clinic.

A42. After the treatment the doctor insisted that the author should ...

1) stay for one more week. 2) leave the clinic immediately.

3) consult him regularly. 4) pay him at once.

A43. What did the author decide when he came back? He decided...

1) to thank the doctor personally. 2) to give the doctor a present. 3) to pay the doctor a sum of money. 4) to work in that hospital.

A44. Why did the doctor ask the author not to come to the clinic any more?

  1. He didn't want to treat him again.

  2. He didn't like the pictures.

  3. He didn't want to discuss the money issue.

  4. He didn't have time to talk to the author.


Текст № 2

A national talent search is being planned to track the brightest 150,000 children through school and into top universities.

Thirty thousand children will be invited each year to join the Government's National Academy of Gifted and Talented Youth, using results from primary school tests taken by 11-year-olds.

The initiative comes as teachers were accused of being ideologically opposed to singling out gifted children for special help after it emerged that 40 per cent of secondary schools had never recommended any child to attend the academy.

The talent search is certain to anger Labour MPs, who are already threatening to rebel against Tony Blair's education White Paper over what they see as plans to introduce backdoor selection to secondary schools. Members of the Russell Group of leading universities would be given the names of pupils who were members of the academy so that they could recruit them to degree courses.

Advocates say that this would end the imbalance at Oxford, Cambridge and other elite universities between students from state and fee-paying schools. Critics will see it as a renewed attempt at social engineering by giving state students a head start in the race for university places.

The initiative comes after The Times published research by Professor David Jesson, of the University of York, who found that the brightest 5 per cent students were only half as likely to achieve three A grades at A level in state schools as in the fee-paying sector.

Under the new scheme, promising children in state schools would be tracked from the age of 11 and those who fulfil their academic promise in GCSE examinations at 16 would be approached by admissions officers from Russell Group universities in their first year of sixth form.

Officials at the academy, which is based at the University of Warwick, are in discussions about the scheme with the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (SSAT) and the Department for Education and Skills. They expect to recruit the first children under the scheme in September.

A45. According to the text, bright young people will be admitted to the National Academy of Gifted and Talented Youth ...

  1. without passing any school tests.

  2. before they finish secondary school.

  3. if their teachers allow them to.

  4. if they show excellent results at primary school.

A46. According to the text, teachers did not...

  1. encourage bright students to join the academy.

  2. say that many weak pupils needed special help.

  3. inform bright students that they had been invited to join the academy.

  4. realize that 40% of their students were gifted.

A47. Supporters of the talent-search initiative claim that...

  1. it will introduce a "back-door" selection to secondary schools.

  2. it will allow children from state schools to get to leading universities.

  3. it will create an imbalance at Oxford and Cambridge between students from state and fee-paying schools.

  4. it will be a social engineering project.

A48. The research carried out by Professor David Jesson revealed that...

  1. only half of bright children get to good schools.

  2. only 5 per cent of bright children get the necessary support from the state.

  3. bright children have more chances to succeed in fee-paying schools than in state schools.

  4. bright children usually have poor results at A-level exams.

A49. According to the text, what will happen to promising students in the sixth form?

  1. They will be interviewed by representatives of leading universities.

  2. They will get a chance to take GCSE exams one more time.

  3. They will be admitted to Oxford or Cambridge without further tests.

  4. They will have the right to leave school at the age of 16.

А50. Who criticizes the talent search initiative?

1) Professor Jesson. 2) Tony Blair.

3) The leading universities. 4) Labour MPs.
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