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БИЛЕТ № 1

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


THE QUEEN OF MYSTERY tolearnenglish.com

Agatha Christie was probably the most successful writer in history. She wrote 78 crime novels, six other novels, 150 short stories, four non-fiction books and 19 plays.

Christie became a writer by accident. She was bored when her husband was away in the First World War. Agatha was working in a hospital dispensary. She decided to write a novel to pass the time. She chose a detective novel because she loved reading them. Her first novel was a great success. Readers loved the books, particularly because Christie always gave the readers all the information they needed to find the solution.

Christie loved travelling. When she became rich she could go all over the world. She used the travels in her writing. Agatha Christie died in 1976, but her stories are still very popular.



Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


1. What are advantages and disadvantages of watching television?

2. How many hours a day do you watch TV?

3. What is your favourite TV channel? Why?

4. Which are your favourite programmes? Why?

5. How many hours a day do you watch TV?


Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about your future profession

Remember to say:

have you decided on your career?

what is important when choosing a future career and why?

who helps you to make your choice and what personal qualities do you have?

why it is important to learn foreign languages?




БИЛЕТ № 2

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


DIFFERENT ENGLISH

English is spoken as a first language by several countries including Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, and the United States. While all of these countries share the same mother tongue, there are some differences in the way they speak and write.

The first difference is in the accent. Each country has its own accent. And within each country there are a variety of accents called regional accents.

Another difference is the spelling of some words, like ‘colour’ and ‘colour’, or ‘theater’ and ‘theatre’.

And a third difference is that some of the words are not the same at all. For example, Americans say restroom, Canadians say washroom, and the British say W.C. (water closet.) But all of these words have the same meaning (the room where the toilet is located.)

So which English is the best English to learn? Well, there is no best English. They are all equally good and correct. But two things may help you decide which one is best for you to study.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. How many people are there in your family? Who are they?

  2. Do you get on well with your brother (sister)?

  3. Do you sometimes argue with your parents? What about?

  4. Do you help your parents about the house? What do you usually do?

  5. Have you got any traditions in your family? Speak about them.


Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about Russia.

Remember to say:

what the geographical position of Russia is

what it is rich on

tell about the political system of Russia

  • tell about the capital of Russia


БИЛЕТ № 3

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


Early Music

There was music before there were people to listen to it. Birds sang. Wind whistled, and ocean waves crashed in a steady rhythm. People have probably made music since their earliest days on earth too. Maybe the first human music imitated the sounds of nature. Humans may have created songs in imitation of the sounds of other creatures. As people had words to speak, maybe they also had words for songs. Simple hunting tools might have served as early percussion instruments. Simple flutes made from hollowed bones have been found that date back to 10,000 BC Archaeologists have found evidence that music was played in ancient civilizations including ancient Egypt and Babylonia. As early music was not written down, the earliest evidence of music is in the form of pictures showing musicians and musical instruments.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. What popular attractions in Russia do you know?

  2. What natural resources is Russia rich in?

  3. What are your favourite places in Russia/in Moscow?

  4. Who is the Head of the country?

  5. Are you proud of your country and your home town?




Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about your school.

Remember to say:

  • the information about your school

  • what subjects interests you most of all

  • about relationships with your classmates



БИЛЕТ № 4

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


THANKSGIVING DAY

The story of America’s Thanksgiving begins with the Pilgrims. Early in the 17-th century, the Pilgrims left England in search of religious freedom. In 1608, they sailed to Holland. Then, in 1620, they crossed the Atlantic by ship called the Mayflower.

After sailing for many weeks, the Pilgrims landed at a place now called Massachusetts. They planted the seeds they had brought from England. But the seeds didn’t grow well, and there was so little food for the Pilgrims that many of them starved to death.

Luckily for the Pilgrims, some nearby Indians came to rescue. They taught the Pilgrims to grow native food such as corn. Without this help, the Pilgrims would not have survived.

After the first harvest, the governor of Plymouth Colony - William Bradford - suggested that the Pilgrims hold a feast of thanksgiving. And to their thanksgiving feast the Pilgrims invited the Indians. The Pilgrims were grateful to the Indians for helping the Colony survive. In addition, they hoped that the celebration would strengthen their friendship with the Indians.

Nobody knows the date of the first Thanksgiving feast. But we do know that the Pilgrims and Indians enjoyed a huge feast of deer, goose, duck, oyster, eel, bread, fruit, and corn meal pudding.

In 1789 George Washington declared that Thanksgiving would be a national celebration. It is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November.



Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. Where do people usually do shopping?

  2. Why do people use the Internet to shop?

  3. Why do people have to be careful making a purchase via the Internet?

  4. Who do you like to do shopping with?

  5. Do you have pocket money and how do you spend it?



Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about healthy way of life.

Remember to say:

  • why it is important to think about your health when you are still young

  • what people should do to be healthy

  • what healthy food is


БИЛЕТ № 5

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.

Shopping on the Internet

Shopping on the Internet, or shopping on-line is becoming more and more popular. More and more people are using the internet to buy things. Why do people use the Internet to shop? Some people say it is more convenient. They don't have to leave their homes to order something, and they can shop for anything they want at any time, day or night. Other people say they can find things for sale that they can't find in the stores near their homes. Still other people say they can find better prices on the Internet.

If you want to buy something on the Internet, you need a credit card. You have to type your credit card number and information on the website and send it to the store over the Internet. You have to be sure that the store will not use your information in the wrong way. You don't want someone to get your credit card number and charge something to your account. Of course, you always have to be careful with your credit card number, because people sometimes steal credit card numbers from stores and restaurants too.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.

  1. Do you think all people should do sport?

  2. What is your favourite sport?

  3. Do you like doing this sport or watching it?

  4. What are some advantages and disadvantages of going in for sports?

  5. Are you satisfied with your Physical Education lessons at school? Why? / Why not?



Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about Mass media.

Remember to say:


what is the role of TV in our life?

what kinds of newspapers do you know?

does your family subscribe to any newspaper?

what is your attitude towards the adverts?

БИЛЕТ № 6

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


THE FIRST WOMAN IN BUSINESS David Evance

At the start of the twentieth century the idea of women in business seemed crazy. In those days men held all the positions of power and made all the decisions about money. They believed that a woman` s place was at home, looking after her children, cooking for her family and managing the house. If a woman needed to work she could perhaps find a job in a shop or in a factory, but she had no chance of working as a businesswoman or a banker, or a lawyer.

Women` s fashions in the USA and Europe at that time supported their position in society. Fashionable women wore long dresses that almost touched the ground. This made it difficult for them to drive a car, ride a horse or even walk quickly.

But many women were not happy with their position in society, and they didn’t like the clothes they had to wear. One of those people was a French woman called Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel. When she went into business in 1910, she planned to change clothes that women wore. But over the next sixty years she did much more than that, as she became the richest and the most successful businesswoman.

Coco Chanel had no experience of business when she opened her first hat shop in Paris in 1910. She was only twenty-seven years old and she came from an ordinary family. Many of Coco’s customers in her first shop were her young women friends. They loved the simple but beautiful hats and dresses that Coco made for them, and soon her shop started to do well.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


1. Where is your school situated?
2. What is your favourite subject at school? Why?

3. Can you describe your classroom? 

4. Is there a garden in the yard of the school behind it?
5. What do you do at your English lessons? 



Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about Shops and shopping.

Remember to say:

where do you usually buy things and food?

what is sold at supermarkets?

what do you spend your pocket money on?



БИЛЕТ № 7

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


EDINBURGH ESL reading

Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland. It is the second-largest city in the nation with the population of 448,624. It is located in the east of the country, just seventy kilometres apart from Glasgow, the first largest city of Scotland. Though the two cities are equally famous, Edinburgh has long established itself as the more popular tourist destination and there are many reasons for this.

The city of Edinburgh is divided into two areas, the Old Town (its historical centre) and the New Town (the city’s main shopping and commercial area). The Old Town includes picturesque streets, monuments and many wonderful cathedrals and churches. The most famous landmark of Edinburgh is Edinburgh Castle. The castle is open to the public and includes a number of museums too.

The New Town was first developed in the late 1700s. In its centre is Georges Street, and the city’s two main shopping areas Princes Street and Queens Street. The city contains many museum, public parks, markets, cafes, bars restaurants and has something really special to offer all its visitors.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. Do you enjoy reading newspapers? What are your favourite newspapers?

  2. Is it important for you to know what is going on in the world? Why or why not?

  3. Where do you get most information about the world?

  4. How often do you use the Internet to get information? Which are your favourite sites?

  5. Which are your favourite TV and radio news programmes?


Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about Holidays and traditions in Russia and English-speaking countries.

Remember to say:

what are the main national holidays in Russia?

how do Russian people celebrate them?

what are the main national holidays in Great Britain ?

how do English people celebrate them?

БИЛЕТ № 8

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.

Presidents

George Washington was born February 22, 1732. He was the first president of the United States, elected by people in 1789. People call him the Father of their nation. He was one of the people who fought in the Revolutionary War and later helped write the United States Constitution. There is a famous story about George Washington when he was a young boy. It says that he chopped down his father's cherry tree with an axe. When his father asked, "Who did this?" young George replied "I cannot tell a lie. I did it." Many children have heard this story and are encouraged to tell the truth.

Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809. He became president in 1860. His presidency was difficult. The states in the north and the south were divided because of slavery. White people in the south owned black people. The north did not like it. A civil war began between the two sides. In the end, the northern states won and President Lincoln helped to free the slaves. He gave a very famous speech about how everybody had the right to be free and how all people were equal.

Both George Washington and Abraham Lincoln were very famous presidents in the United States. Today you can see their faces on American money. George Washington is on the one dollar bill and Abraham Lincoln in on the five dollar bill. Many schools and some cities are named after each president. And the State of Washington and Washington D.C. were both named after President Washington.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. Do you always eat healthy food? What food do you think is healthy?

  2. Everybody knows that fast food is unhealthy. Do you often eat it?

  3. How often do you exercise? What kind of exercise do you do?

  4. Do you get enough sleep? Why? / Why not? How many hours do you sleep?

  5. Is it necessary to teach children how to be healthy? Who should teach it?



Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about Travelling.

Remember to say:

  • why people travel

  • if traveling always is pleasant

  • where and how you would prefer to travel


БИЛЕТ № 9

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


A Teenage Businessman

When most 14-year-old boys are playing football or computer games after school, James Kenyon from Manchester is running his own successful business. “I’ve heard of a company in Scotland selling homemade bath products and thought it was a good idea.

My dad said I could do that, so I decided to take a chance,” James explains. That was two and a half years ago.

James started selling bath products to his friends and neighbours, but soon he began working for two local shopkeepers. Since he started his own soap company, selling homemade soap, bath salt and other bath products, James has earned over & 4,500.

James is proud of his success in business but he thinks there are more important things in his life. “I’ve learnt lots and I’m really enjoying it, but my school work always comes first.

James` s parents are proud of their son, they think that he plans everything really well – he does homework and he can focus on the business in his spare time. James says his parents have been a big support.

In 2006 James became a finalist in the Enterprising Young Brit Award. James is just one of an extraordinary group of enterprising young British businessmen who have innovative ideas and enthusiasm for business. Age and experience is certainly no obstacle to their success; their ambition and energy inspires them to create their money-making ideas.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. Why do you think people learn foreign languages?

  2. Do you think a foreign language is important to you? Can you say that English will help you in future?

  3. How long have you been learning English? Is it difficult for you to learn English?

  4. Which are the most difficult and the most interesting activities for you at the English lessons?

5. Would you like to learn another foreign language? Why? / Why not?


Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about the place where you live.

Remember to say:

what kind of place is your city\town?

what is it famous for?

what would you show your guests in your town?


БИЛЕТ № 10

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


Black Taxis, Red Buses

London has five airports in or near the city. The most important airport is Heathrow; it is situated twenty four kilometres from the city centre. The city has eight big train stations, too. You can catch a train from London to Paris or Brussels now. Many people live outside London and come into the city for work every day. Children know about King’s Cross station because it is the train station in Harry Potter books.

In the UK people drive their own cars, that`s why the traffic is heavy on the roads. Drivers in the UK drive on the left side of the road! As there are a lot of cars in London, journey can take a very long time at the wrong time of day. But the city is famous for its black taxis and red buses. You can see some of London`s red buses today, and there are other buses, too. London’s taxi drivers have to remember 25000 streets in London. Before they can start driving people, they study maps and drive round the city for about two years; have to answer difficult questions about the best ways across London.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. How do millions of people spend their holidays? What places do they visit? Why do they travel to different places?

  2. Do you think travelling is one of the best ways of learning about the world?

  3. Have you ever travelled? If not, would you like to?

  4. Which is the most convenient transport for travelling on a long distance? Which do you think is the most dangerous transport? Why?

  5. What countries in your opinion are most interesting for travellers? Why?



Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about your hobby.

Remember to say:

  • Why people have hobby

  • Who shares your interest

  • Where and how you would prefer to show your hobby


БИЛЕТ № 11

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


What languages do the British speak?

English is the official language of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and it’s a first language for the majority of its citizens. However, visitors to the UK are often surprised that they have difficulties in understanding the language. In Britain every part of the country has its own way of speaking English. Most people in Britain can guess where someone comes from by the way they speak, either their accent or by words they use.

People in Wales speak a different language completely. About 25% of people there still speak their native Celtic language called Welsh. In some regions of Scotland Gaelic is used as a first

language. All over Scotland the accent is strong, some words are different but overall it is not difficult to understand. In Northern Ireland about 7% of people are bilingual and speak English and Irish Gaelic.



Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


1. When do you get up as a rule? 
2. Why do you do your morning exercises?
 
3. What do you have for breakfast?
 
4. What do you usually do in the evenings?
5. What do I do when I have some spare time?




Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about Modern technology

Remember to say:

inventions made in science and technology recently

what devices you consider the most useful

What your favourite gadgets are



БИЛЕТ № 12

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


FOOTBALL IN ENGLAND

Football is the most popular game in England – you understand it if you come to one of the important matches. Rich and poor, young and old, one can see them all there, shouting and cheering for one side or the other. Football matches are also watched by millions of people on TV.

One of the most surprising things about football in England to a stranger is the greatest knowledge of the game. Even the smallest boy can tell you the names of players in most of the important teams; he has photographs of them and knows the results of large number of matches. He will tell you, who he expects will win such and such a match, and his opinion is usually as good as of men three or four times older.

Most schools in England take football seriously – much more seriously than nearly all European schools. In England, it is believed that education is not only a matter of filling a boy’s mind with facts in the classroom: education also means character training; and one of the best ways of training character is by means of games, especially team games, where the boy has to learn to work with others for his team, instead of working selfishly for himself alone.

The school therefore arranges games and matches for its pupils. Football is a good team game, it is good exercise for the body, it needs skill and a quick brain, it is popular and it is cheap: as a result, it is a schools` favourite game.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. Do you prefer reading electronic books to printed books? Why / Why not?

  2. Can you do without your mobile phone? Is it a useful gadget?

  3. Are there anу other inventions or gadgets that are useful in our lives? What are they?

  4. What modern inventions do you think are the most important all over the world?

  5. What Russian of foreign inventors do you know? What are they famous for?



Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about Nature and Ecology

Remember to say:

what are the most serious ecological problems?

what should we do to solve these problems?


БИЛЕТ № 13

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.

THE SPIDER

Have you ever seen a small animal with four pairs of legs, a body that is divided into two parts?

This is a spider. Spiders live all over the world. They do not live only in the coldest places. You may find them on land: on grass, bushes, trees, and on pools, rivers, seas. There are 15,000 different kinds of spiders. The smallest spider is less than 1 mm in body length, and the biggest one can have body length up to 90 mm.

The spider spins its web to catch insects for food. It spins its web all its life. The process of spinning a web is very long. People say that the spider is very persistent in its work. If you destroy its web, a spider will begin to spin a new web.

There is a story about a spider and a Scottish hero Robert Bruce (1274-1329). Robert Bruce was at the head of the Scottish army in the fight for the independence of Scotland against the English kings, Edward the First and Edward the Second. Once Robert Bruce was watching a spider spinning the web. Robert Bruce destroyed the web, and the spider began to spin a new web. Several times Robert Bruce destroyed the web, and each time the spider began its work from the beginning.

Watching the persistent work of the spider, Bruce decided to be as persistent as the spider and continue the fight for the independence of Scotland. And he defeated the English.

It was many years ago, but Scottish people still remember their great victory, and their great leader Robert Bruce.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. What are the symbols of Britain, Russia?

  2. What are the capitals of these countries?

  3. Who rules the countries?

  4. What do you know about the climate of the UK? Is it different or the same in different parts of the UK? Why do the British often speak about the weather?

  5. Have you ever been to an English speaking country? Did you like it? If not, what country would you like to visit and why?


Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about English – a Language of the World.

Remember to say:

  • Why is it important to learn English?

  • Where is English used?

  • How can people learn English?


БИЛЕТ № 14

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


MANUSCRIPTS by Lack London

When Martin Eden returned to San Francisco, he began to write. He sent his works to newspapers and magazines, but the editors sent his manuscripts back. Martine continued to write and study at the same time. Martine slept five hours: only a man in very good health could work for nineteen hours a day.

The weeks passed. All Martin’s money was spent and publishers continued to send his manuscripts back. Martin sold his coat, then his watch.

One morning the postman brought him a short thin envelope. There was no manuscript in that envelope, therefore, Martin thought they had taken the story. It was The Ring of the Bells. In the letter the editor of a San Francisco magazine said that the story was good. They would pay the author five dollars for it. And he would receive the check when the story was published.

Martin thought that five dollars for five thousand words was very little. After a few weeks the story was published, but the check didn’t` arrive. Martin had waited for about a month before he decided to go and get the five dollars from the editor.

He entered the office and said that he wanted to see Mr Ford – the editor. “I`m Martin Eden,” Martin began the conversation. He wanted to ask for his five dollars, but it was his first editor and he didn’t want to make a bad impression on him. To his surprise Mr Ford quickly stood up with the words “You don` t say so!” and the next moment, with both hands was shaking Martin’ s hand.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. Why is pollution a big problem for people now?

  2. Is water in the area where you live clear or polluted?

  3. What pollutes water and air?

  4. What other environmental problems is it necessary to solve?

  5. How can people solve these problems? What can you personally do to help nature?



Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about your family.

Remember to say:

  • whom your family consists of

  • speak of the relations in the family

  • how you spend weekends

БИЛЕТ № 15

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE BBC Learning English

About one hundred years ago many educated people learned and spoke French when they met people from other countries. Today most people speak English when they meet foreigners. It has become the new international language. There are more people who speak English as a second language than people who speak English as a first language. Why is this?

There are many reasons why English has become so popular. One of them is that English has become the language of business. Another important reason is that popular American culture (like movies, music, and McDonald's) has quickly spread throughout the world. It has brought its language with it.

Is it good that English has spread to all parts of the world so quickly? I don't know. It's important to have a language that the people of the earth have in common. Our world has become very global and we need to communicate with one another. On the other hand, English is a fairly complicated language to learn and it brings its culture with it. Do we really need that?

Scientists have already tried to create an artificial language that isn't too difficult and doesn't include any one group's culture. It is called Esperanto. But it hasn't become popular. But maybe the popularity of English won't last that long either. Who knows? There are more people in the world who speak Chinese than any other language. Maybe someday Chinese will be the new international language.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.



  1. What British and American holidays do you know? Name some of them.

  2. Do the British give each other presents on holidays?

  3. What holidays are very popular with Russian people?

  4. Which are your favourite holidays? How do you celebrate them?

  5. Do you usually celebrate holidays with your friends or with your relatives?



Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about the Internet

Remember to say:

  • what opportunities the Internet offers to the people

  • why the possibilities of the Internet may seem frightening

  • whether people will study on-line in the future, why/why not

  • which way of using the Internet you prefer, why

БИЛЕТ № 16

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


FLIGHT Inventions That Changed the World

For many centuries people watched birds and dreamed that they could fly. We cannot fly like birds: we don`t have enough strength in our arms to move wings up and down. We also really need the power of an engine to drive up forward. Many people died learning these lessons, before controlled flight became possible.

The first flying machine which could carry a human being was built in Spain in 875. Reports tell us that the inventor flew some distance, but the landing was hard: the man hurt his back badly and was never able to fly again.

It was possible that the news of his flight reached England, carried there by men returning from war in the Middle East. Whether this is true or not, in 1010 a man called Oliver jumped off a church roof in Mulmesbury. This time we know the distance of his flight - 125 steps.

In the last years of the 15th century, the Italian Leonardo da Vinci studied the flight of birds and made a number of drawings of flying machines. His early machines tried to copy the movement of birds` wings, which he didn’t fully understand. But less than 10 years before his death in 1519, he drew a machine with wings that didn’t move. One of the machines was built and it did fly.

In 1536 in France, Denis Bolor returned to the idea of moving wings. He tried to fly using wings that were moved up and down. The idea didn’t` t work and he fell to his death.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. What job would you like to have in the future? Why would you like to be a ..........?

  2. Are your parents for or against your decision?

  3. Say how much you know about this profession; where you get information about it.

  4. Do you think this profession is important nowadays? What qualities do you need to become a successful .........?

  5. What school subjects are important for your further education? Are you good at them?



Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about advantages and disadvantages of TV.

Remember to say:

the role TV plays in our life

it’s advantages and disadvantages

your and your parents’ preferences


БИЛЕТ № 17

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


HOGMANAY Encyclopaedia Britannica

Many national and local celebrations took place in Scotland in the past and some survive to this day. They start on January 1st and finish on the major celebration on the Scottish calendar – Hogmanay, New Year's Eve, on December 31st. Hogmanay, the celebration of bringing in the New Year is a more important festival in Scotland than Christmas.

The origin of the word ‘Hogmanay’ is lost in the past. Historians believe that the Scots inherited the celebration from the Vikings who, coming from even further north than they themselves, paid even more attention to the passing of the shortest day.

The Scots have a long rich heritage associated with this event. There are traditions such as cleaning the house (known as "redding") on December 31st (including taking out the ashes from the fire in the days when coal fires were common); visiting friends and relatives immediately after New Year's Eve, in the early hours of the morning of January 1st. First footing after the bells have rung in the New Year is still common - the "first foot" in the house after midnight should be male, dark, and handsome and should carry symbolic coal, shortbread, salt, black bun (a spiced cake) and, of course, whisky.

And Scotland is the only part of the UK that has a statutory holiday on January 2nd as well as January 1st - so they can recover from the excesses of December 31st!


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. Do you have a hobby? What are your hobbies?

  2. How long have you had your hobby?

  3. Which hobbies are the most popular in your country?

  4. Will your hobby help you in your future life?

  5. Are there any hobbies you would like to try?



Task 3. Topic.

You are going to give a talk about youth problems.

Remember to say:

what important decisions have to be made , when you are young

what emotional problems young people have

what typical teenagers’ problems are


БИЛЕТ № 18

Task 1.

a) Imagine that you are preparing a project with your friend. You have found some interesting material for the presentation and you want to read this text to your friend. You have several minutes to read the text silently, then be ready to read it out aloud.


THE GIANT PANDA

An endangered species, the giant panda can only be found in the mountain bamboo forests of Western China. There are only about 1,000 wild giant pandas left in the world. Giant pandas are members of the bear family, and they are mammals. Even though giant pandas look just like bears, they certainly do not behave like bears. Unlike their meat-eating relatives, giant pandas are vegetarians for the most part of their time. Their favourite food is bamboo. Giant pandas must eat a lot of bamboo every day to get enough nourishment. In fact, they spend at least 12 hours every day eating about 33 pounds of bamboo. However, if they are extremely hungry and bamboo is nowhere to be found, giant pandas may eat grass, fruits, or sometimes, small animals like chicken.

Giant pandas do not live in groups. They are loners! They only leave their territory from March to May to look for a mate. Female giant pandas usually give birth to twins. Baby giant pandas are very small, blind, pinkish, and weigh about 5 ounces at birth. Strangely, mother giant pandas tend to choose to raise just one baby and leave the other to die. Mother giant pandas feed their babies with milk. A baby giant panda opens its eyes at six to seven weeks. It starts to learn how to walk when it is about three or four months old. Mother giant pandas look after their babies for about 18 months. Once the young is strong enough, it bids farewell to its mother and moves out to live independently.


Task 2. Take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.


  1. How many seasons do you know? What is spring weather like?

  2. What weather do we have in summer?

  3. What do you think about autumn?

  4. Do you like autumn? Is it your favourite season?

  5. What is the coldest season in the year?


Task 3. Topic.


You are going to give a talk about sport.

Remember to say:

  • Whether you or your friends do any sport and what sport it is

  • What sport you like watching

  • Whether people should do sport regularly, why



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