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Годовая контрольная работа по английскому языку для 6 класса
Годовая контрольная работа по английскому языку для 6 «А» класса .
2015-2016 учебный год
Task I. Open the brackets and put the verb into the correct tense (5 points)
1. Where your gloves (to be)? — I (to put) them into my pocket.2. I (to live) in St. Petersburg since 1990 3. I (to wait) for you since two o'clock. 4. This man (to be) a writer. He (to write) books. He (to write) books since he was a young man. He already (to write) eight books. 5. This is the factory where my father (to work). He (to work) here for fifteen years.
Task II. Read the text and answer the questions . (9 points)
London is the capital of England, the capital of Great Britain, and the capital of the United Kingdom. It is the largest town in Europe and one of the oldest towns in the world. The old Celts gave it its name, the Romans! made it the centre of their new colony, the Germanic invaders tried to burn and to destroy it, the victorious Normans made it the capital of the country.
The central part of London is full of historical remains. Nearly every building, every bridge, every street, palace, house, and stone — each of them has its own story, its own past. In London past and present are so mixed together that they cannot easily be separated and when you are in London you see the past in the present and the present in the past.
The oldest part of London is called the City. In the City the streets and pavements are very narrow and the traffic is very heavy on weekdays. That is because the most important London firms and banks have offices there. But at weekends the City is almost dead.
1.Who gave London its name?
2.What is the central part of London famous for?
3.Why is the traffic very heave in the City on weekends ?
Task III. Write the correct word for the definition (5 points)
1.It’s a part of the picture that looks like it’s far from you._____________
2.A person who says things that are not true.____________________
3.This person is very good at doing something.______________________
4.Something that is different from other things._______________________
5.It’s a part of a picture that looks like it’s near from you._________________
Task IV.Fill in the table. (7 points)
He drives his car fast
Task I. Open the brackets and put the verb into the correct tense (5points)
1. Where he (to be) now? — He (to be) in the garden. He (to play) volley-ball with his friends. They (to play) since breakfast time. 2. I (to live) in St. Petersburg. I (to live) in St. Petersburg since 1990. 3. This man (to be) a writer. He (to write) books. He (to write) books since he was a young man. He already (to write) eight books.4 Lena is a very good girl. She always (to help) her mother about the house. Today she (to help) her mother since morning. They already (to wash) the floor and (to dust) the furniture. Now they (to cook) dinner together.
Task II. Read the text and answer the questions . (9points)
The London of the middle of the 17th century was a city of narrow, dirty streets. The streets were so narrow that it was often possible for a person at a window on one side of the street to shake hands with a neighbour on the other side. There was little light and air. Rubbish lay in dark corners.It was a sad time for London. In 1666 the Great Fire took place. It broke out late on a Saturday night in a street not far from London Bridge. The summer had been dry, a hot east wind blew and the fire spread quickly. The Thames was covered with boats full of people. On the other side one could see carts carrying out the saved goods out into the fields and people putting up tents. At night the fire could be seen ten miles away.
The fire burned for five days and destroyed the greater part of the city. But it did the city good, as it cleared away the old wooden houses and dirty, narrow streets.
1.When did the Great Fire take place?
2.Why did the fire spread quickly?
3.How long did the fire burn?
Task III. Write the correct word for the definition. (5 points)
1.To stay with someone and make sure they are safe.________________
2.A type of old flat boat used to carry things along canals and revers._________________
3.A person who lives next to your flat or a house._______________________
4.To feel excited about something that is going to happen in the future.________________
5.To look at a lot of sites in the Internet._________________
Task IV.Fill in the table (7 points)
. She draws some pictures .
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