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Индивидуальные карточки и тесты для 11 класса


  • Иностранные языки

Поделитесь материалом с коллегами:

Put the following words in plural.

City-

Boy-

Goose-

Deer-

Child-

Man-

Woman-

Mouse-

Sheep-



Make up the adjectives.

  1. Tradition-

  2. Responsibility-

  3. Limit-

  4. Remark-

  5. Interest-

  6. Create-

  7. Wonder-

  8. Understand-

  9. Love-



Put the article the if it is necessary.

__ Atlantic, __ Africa, __UK, __ China, __ Russia, __Russian Federation, __ Europe, __ America, __ Black Sea, __ Baikal, __ Lake Baikal, __ Everest.

Choose the right variant.

  1. The Atlantic ocean/ Atlantic ocean

  2. The Africa/ Africa

  3. The South America/ South America

  4. Australia/ The Australia

  5. Japan/ the Japan

  6. The Russia/ Russia

  7. The Russian Federation/ Russian Federation

  8. The UK/ UK

  9. Everest/ the Everest

  10. Alps/ the Alps

  11. Bahamas/ the Bahamas

  12. Baikal/ the Baikal

  13. The Lake Baikal/ Lake Baikal



Translate into Russian or Tatar.

  1. Increase-

  2. Decrease-

  3. Grow-

  4. Rise-

  5. Improve-

  6. Develop-

  7. Fall-

  8. Reinforce-

  9. Deteriorate-

  10. Strengthen-



1) Use the verbs in the appropriate forms:

1) cook 1) Mother … now.

2) She … for an hour.

3) She … very well.

4) She … already.



2) study 1) Mike … now.

2) He always … after school.

3) He … for two hours.



2) Make up the questions:

She has been flying over the ocean for 3 hours.

a) yes / no

b) where (how long)

c) who



3) Translate into English:

1) Я учу английский язык с 5 класса.

2) Мы занимаемся английским 3 раза в неделю.

3) «Где Майк?» - «Он занимается сейчас».

4) Я выучил новые слова. Проверь меня.















1) Use the verbs in the appropriate forms:

1) cook 1) Mother … now.

2) She … for an hour.

3) She … very well.

4) She … already.



2) study 1) Mike … now.

2) He always … after school.

3) He … for two hours.



2) Make up the questions:

She has been flying over the ocean for 3 hours.

a) yes / no

b) where (how long)

c) who



3) Translate into English:

1) Я учу английский язык с 5 класса.

2) Мы занимаемся английским 3 раза в неделю.

3) «Где Майк?» - «Он занимается сейчас».

4) Я выучил новые слова. Проверь меня.



2) Make up the questions:

She has been flying over the ocean for 3 hours.

a) yes / no

b) where (how long)

c) who



3) Translate into English:

1) Я учу английский язык с 5 класса.

2) Мы занимаемся английским 3 раза в неделю.

3) «Где Майк?» - «Он занимается сейчас».

4) Я выучил новые слова. Проверь меня.









Choose the correct word.

1. I don’t go to the dentist very often- my teeth is/ are quite healthy.

2. The emergency services work very efficiently in the state. The police, for example, normally come/ comes within four minutes after the emergency call.

3. His haircut was nice and very neat, but his clothes was/ were outrages- people were staring at him.

4. The jeans fit/ fits toy perfectly. If you, I would buy it/ them straight away.

5. Buy some fruit for dinner, will you? The money is/ are in my handbag.

6. The situation in the fire region was dangerous. The news was/ were coming in every half an hour.







Choose the correct word.

1. I don’t go to the dentist very often- my teeth is/ are quite healthy.

2. The emergency services work very efficiently in the state. The police, for example, normally come/ comes within four minutes after the emergency call.

3. His haircut was nice and very neat, but his clothes was/ were outrages- people were staring at him.

4. The jeans fit/ fits toy perfectly. If you, I would buy it/ them straight away.

5. Buy some fruit for dinner, will you? The money is/ are in my handbag.

6. The situation in the fire region was dangerous. The news was/ were coming in every half an hour.





Use the appropriate prepositions from the box.

For, on, to from, for with

be tolerant ____ other cultures

be dependent ____ imported raw materials

be financially independent ____ parents

be responsible ____ financial collapse

object ____ construction plans

argue ____ opponents

fight ___ social rights



Use the appropriate prepositions from the box.

For, on, to from, for with

be tolerant ____ other cultures

be dependent ____ imported raw materials

be financially independent ____ parents

be responsible ____ financial collapse

object ____ construction plans

argue ____ opponents

fight ___ social rights





Use the appropriate prepositions from the box.

For, on, to from, for with

be tolerant ____ other cultures

be dependent ____ imported raw materials

be financially independent ____ parents

be responsible ____ financial collapse

object ____ construction plans

argue ____ opponents

fight ___ social rights

Complete the sentences with the correct words.

1. John is a good boy. He ___ his room before he leaves for school.

a) is always tidying

b) always tidied

c) always tidies

d) had always tidied

2. We ___ for Paris at 7 o’clock next Monday morning.

a) had left

b) have been leaving

c) have left

d) are leaving

3. You ___ things! Can’t you be more careful?

a) are always losing

b) had always lost

c) always lost

d) has always lost

4. These flowers ___ nice. What are they?

a) are smelling

b) have smelt

c) smelt

d) smell

5. Mr. Jones ___ New York. He’ll be back on Friday.

a) has been in

b) has gone to

c) has been to

d) has gone in

6. I ___ Capri. I went there on holidays last year.

a) have been to

b) have gone in

c) have gone to

d) have been in

7. She ___ hard all day so she was tired to go to the party.

a) is working

b) has worked

c) have been working

d) has been working

8. Daniel ___ in Australia for ten years, then he moved to England.

a) lived

b) has lived

c) lives

d) has been living

9. Tom was painting the garage while I ___ in the garden.

a) have been working

b) had worked

c) work

d) was working

10. While she ___ across the road she fell and twisted her ankle.

a) ran

b) was running

c) had run

d) has run



























Join us for us a camping holiday!

If you want to have a good time and enjoy nature, you can take part in our camping holiday. Everyone is welcome! The meeting points is the central railway station, Saturday, at 7 a.m. don’t be late! You’ll find us easily- you’ll never miss a crowd of cheerful people with huge rucksacks. Just come up and say “hello”.

We plan to be back to the city at 10 p.m. on Sunday.

If this is going to be your first camping holiday, please read the following instructions carefully:

1. Take food for two days. The food should be simple and not very heavy. Make sure that the food can be kept without fridge. Take drinking water with you. Don’t take sweet or fizzy drinks. Pure water is the best choice.

2. Take warm clothes with you- a sweater or a coat. It’s recommended to wear jeans, not shorts and skirts. Your footwear should be comfortable and suitable for a long walk.

3. Take some medicine with you, just in case something goes wrong.

4. No rubbish (paper, glass or polyethylene packages) can be left at the camping site. You will have to carry everything to special containers.

We are very strict about that.

If you follow our recommendations, you’ll enjoy holiday and will make new friends.



1. If you want to join the campers, where can I meet them?

2. When will I be back in the city?

3. Should I take any food with me?

4. What should I wear and what clothes should I take with me?

5. Should I have any money on me?

6. Should I take matches to make a fire?

7. Who will collect the rubbish, if there is any?

2. Choose the right form of the verbs be and have. Write the correct letter in each gap.

1. I know that place very well- I ___ there last summer.

a) is, b) was, c) have been

2. – Do you know that a new entertainment park has been built right opposite your house?

- Yeah, I ___ (2) there –nothing interesting at all.

a) has been, b) have been c) was

3. – Our train leaves at 9.30. Please don’t be late!

- Don’t worry, I ___ (3) on time.

a) am, b) be, c) ‘ll be

4. The weather forecast says that it ___ (4) very warm in October.

a) ‘ll be b) be, c) is

5. Hello! I ___ (5) really very glad to see you again!

a) is, b) ‘re, c) ‘ve been

6. I was at the seaside a couple weeks ago. I ___ (6) a wonderful holiday.

a) have, b) have had, c) had

7. It’s very hot and stuffy here. I think I ___ (7) a short walk before going to bed.

a) have, b) ‘ll have, c) had

8. I’m not hungry. I ___ (8) lunch not long ago.

a) have, b) have had, c) ‘ll have

9. Please don’t disturb me. I ___ (9) many jobs before he became jockey.

a) have, b) have has, c) ‘m having



























Complete the sentences with the correct words.

1. My friend is interested … medicine.

a) in b) on c) about d) for

2. We are going for a walk. Who … to go with us.

a) is wanting b) does want c) want d) wants

3. She never drinks strong coffee, … ?

a) does not she b) is she c) does she d) is not she

4. She is good … foreign languages.

a) with b) for c) in d) at

5. It happened … our way home.

a) in b) on c) for d) about

6. By the time we arrived at the station, the train … .

a) left b) has left c) had left d) was left

7. If he lived in the country he … happier.

a) was b) is c) will be d) would be

8. When did he arrive … Moscow.

a) at b) on c) in d) for

9. Nobody … why people walk or talk in their sleep.

a) know b) knows c) knew d) is knowing

10. … that strange man sitting over there.

a) whose b) which c) who’s d) who



Choose the correct preposition.

1.to laugh _______ (смеяться над)

2. to send _______ (посылать за)

3. to be pleased _______ (быть довольным кем- либо)

4.to be proud _______ (гордиться кем- либо)

5. to leave _______ (уезжать в)

6. to look _______ (присматривать за)

7. to be sure _______ (быть уверенным в)

8. to be angry _______ (сердиться на)

9. to be rich _______ (быть богатым чем- либо)

10. to be surprised _______ (удивляться чему- либо)



Translate into English. Use the Present Simple, Present Continuous and Present Perfect Continuous.

1. a) Мой папа работает в институте.

b) Мой папа работает в институте с 1995 года.

2. a) Моя бабушка готовит обед. (сейчас)

b) Моя бабушка готовит обед с двух часов.

3. а) Мама убирает квартиру.

b) Мама убирает квартиру с утра.

4. а) Дедушка смотрит телевизор. (сейчас)

b) Дедушка смотрит телевизор с шести часов.































Progress Test № 2

1. Rewrite the following as Conditional sentences. Use the words in bold (6 points).

1. David will call Mike. He will tell us the latest news.

If _________________________________________

2. Help me, please. I will not be able to do the task.

Unless ____________________________________

3. Students will watch the evening talk show on Channel 1.

If ______________________________________________

4. Wait a minute. I’ll find the newspaper and we’ll decide where to go.

If ________________________________________________________

5. Mary will check the essay attentively. She may find some mistakes.

Unless ___________________________________________________

6. Peter will tell us the results of the survey. We’ll know what to do.

Unless _________________________________________________



2. Read the conversation and fill in the gaps with the expressions from the box (7 points).

- Good morning. “Learn with us” college. (1) _________?

- Hello. (2) _________ Mr Kuznetsov from the Language Department, (3) _________?

- Certainly. (4) _________ I’ll (5) __________ .

- Language Department. Maria Volkova speaking.

- Good morning. (6) __________ Alexander Ivanov. Could I speak to Mikhail Kuznetsov, please?

- (7) ________ he is out of the office at the moment. Can I take a message?

- (8) ________ . It’ about two- week French course at our school. We would like to know how many rooms you will need. (9) ________ .

- (10) __________ , and he has got your (11) ___________?

- I think he has. (12) __________, it’s 2230764, and this is Alexander Ivanov.

- Thank you, Alexander. (13) ________ as soon as possible.

- (14) __________ . Goodbye.

- Bye.



Anyway

Could I speak to

Could you ask him to call me back?

Hold on,

How can I help you

I’ll make sure Mikhail gets it

I’m afraid

Of course

please

put your through.

Thank you

This is

Yes, please

Number































Do the crossword (7 points):

Across:

1. a set of television programmes that are all about a particular subject, person, or group of people.

2. a film or TV programme, especially for children, that is made by photographing a series of drawings so that people and things in them seen to move.

3. television programmes that show real events and situations involving ordinary people .

4. a television programme in which people answer questions in order to win prizes.

Down:

5. a humorous television series about a particular group of characters.

6. a television programme in which famous people talk about themselves and their work.

7. information about recent events that is reported in newspapers or on television or radio.



































Match the proverbs with their explanations and give the Russian equivalents. Then interpret the proverbs.

  1. It runs in the family.

  2. Your own flesh and blood.

  3. Blood is thicker than water.



  1. A member of your family, no matter what

  2. An ability or talent that is passed on through the generations

  3. Family ties are stronger than any others, despite arguments



Discuss the following questions with your classmates.

  1. What do you know about your family’s history?

  2. What else would you like to learn about your family? Why?

  3. How can you get the information you’d like to know?

Match the proverbs with their explanations and give the Russian equivalents. Then interpret the proverbs.

  1. It runs in the family.

  2. Your own flesh and blood.

  3. Blood is thicker than water.



  1. A member of your family, no matter what

  2. An ability or talent that is passed on through the generations

  3. Family ties are stronger than any others, despite arguments



Discuss the following questions with your classmates.

  1. What do you know about your family’s history?

  2. What else would you like to learn about your family? Why?

  3. How can you get the information you’d like to know?

ТЕСТ: Reported speech



Ответы:



























Put the missing words and say the following statements in reported speech.

  1. При переводе из прямой речи в косвенную в первую очередь следует обращать внимание на грамматическое время глагола в ______ предложении.

  2. В том случае, если в главном предложении глагол употреблен в ______ времени, в придаточном предложении английский глагол ______ во времени.

She says:”I do my homework every day.”



  1. Если же глагол в главном предложении употреблен в ______ времени, в придаточном предложении глагол употребляется обязательно в одном из ______ времен.

  1. She said:”I do my homework every day.”

  2. He said, “They are leaving next Monday.”

  3. The teacher said to the pupils, “Next year we will have six hours of English a week.”

  4. I have no time for lunch today”, said the boy to his mother.

  5. Misha said, “I saw them at my parent’s house last year.”

  6. He said, I haven’t seen my niece today.”



  1. Для передачи в косвенной речи вопросов чаще всего используются следующие глаголы:_______

  2. При изложении в косвенной речи общих вопросов используется один из ______ с союзом ___, при этом порядок в вопросе становится _______.

  1. Will you visit your relatives?”

  2. She said to me, ”Did you send them a telegram yesterday?”

  3. She said to the young man, “Can you call a taxi for me?”

  4. He said to me, “Do you often do to see your friends?”

  5. I asked to Jack, “Have you had breakfast?”

  6. They said to the man, “Are you living in a hotel?”

  1. Для передачи в косвенной речи специальных вопросов союз if _______, порядок слов в вопросе становится ______.

  1. What subject do you like?”

  2. Ada said to me, “Where did you see such trees?”

  3. I said to Becky, “What kind of book has your friend brought you?”

  4. Mother said to me, “Who has brought this bag?”

  5. He said to her, “Where do you usually spend your summer holidays?”

  6. I said to him, “How long will it take you to get there?”

















































The V-ing forms of the verbs.

  • After prepositions:

He left without saying a word.

  • After love, like, enjoy, dislike, hate and prefer to express general preferences.

She likes listening to classical music.

  • After it’s no use

It’s (not) worth

It’s no good

Be busy

What’s the use of…?

There is no point in

Can’t help, can’t stand

Be/ get used to

Have difficulty in

It’s worth reading this book.

V= verb



  1. Choose the correct preposition and fill in the gaps with the ing form of the verbs.

  1. Thank you for / to … (help) me with my biology report.

  2. My favourite show is on TV to morrow. I’m looking forward at / to … (see) it.

  3. Are you interested in / for … (take) part in the conference?

  4. I’m thinking of / after … (look) for a new job.

  5. How about/ for … (talk) more calmly.

  6. I’m not used at / to … (discuss) my problems with my parents.

  7. Did he apologise about/ for … (be) so rude.

  8. She is very good on/ at … (avoid) conflicts.

  9. This film is worth - / in … (see).

  10. You can’t stop him of / from … (go) there if he wants.

2) Ask and answer the questions using the promts below. Add your own details if necessary.

Example:

- You / be late/ for school

- hate / get up

- Why are you late for school every day?

- I hate getting up so early and usually sleep till half past eight.

1) - You / watch TV so much?

- like / watch soup operas.

2) - You / go to the country/ every weekend?

- enjoy / spend time outdoors.

3) - You / play computer games / every day?

- prefer / play on computer / to / watch TV

4) - You / argue / your brother / so often?

- hate / listen / music / he / turn on / our room.

5) - You / do your homework / late in the evening?

- prefer / hang out with / my friends / before / do homework



Make up your own sentences using the –ing forms of the verbs.

























Choose the correct word.

The 1st variant.

  1. After hearing the frightening / frightened tale, the frightening / frightened children wouldn’t go to sleep.

  2. The doctor did his best to convince her that there was nothing seriously wrong with the boy, but the worrying / worried mother wouldn’t calm down.

  3. During my holidays I came across several extremely interesting / interested books.

  4. I don’t know what was in the burning / burned letter. I didn’t read it.

  5. It was exciting / excited incident.









Choose the correct word.

The 2nd variant.

  1. Why do you look so worrying / worried? – I’ve had a number of worrying / worried telephone calls lately.

  2. Nothing can save the sinking/ sunk ship now.

  3. She spoke about the incident in an exciting / excited voice.

  4. A crowd of exciting / excited people were watching the firemen trying to save the house.

  5. Which one?” she asked in an interesting / interested voice.

















Agreeing with someone.

Agreement: I totally agree with you.

I fully / completely agree.



Partial agreement: I’d agree with you, but …

You could be right, but …



Disagreement: I’m afraid I can’t agree with you.

I don’t agree.









Agreeing with something.

Agreement: I totally accept that.

I fully/ completely agree.



Partial agreement: I’d accept that, but …

That might be right, but …



Disagreement: I’m afraid I can’t accept that.

I don’t accept that.



Sport plays a big role in our life. Many people do sport in our country. They want to stay healthy. Sport is a good mean of struggling with stress.

In my opinion sport is important for healthy free time. Sport also makes people strong and prepares a lot of joy.

Some people participate in sports, others prefer watching them on TV. It is known that walking for an hour is healthier than irregular participation in any active physical activities. To keep fit some people join special classes or take part in aerobics or yoga, do some kind of training in a gym. Others play football, badminton, volleyball, tennis.

Read the text and fill in the gaps with the parts of the sentences below.

There are many health benefits to living outside of the city, or even in the suburbs: clean air and an abundance of foliage are enough (1) … . But services such as municipal water and sewage disposal are often a rarity in very rural areas.

In city areas, it is fairly easy to access transportation with city bus systems and taxis. The opposite is the case in rural areas: (2) … . With greater distances between houses, even getting groceries can be a difficulty. So if a person loses his / her driver’s license or vehicle for some reason, it’s a real hardship in a rural area.

It has been said that village life encourages a greater sense of community and gives some perspective on what is important. When a family faces a hardship, (3) … . If there is a death in the family , members of the community are right there with condolences. If someone falls ill, the community pulls together to raise money for the family.

The reactions to these kinds of situations are much different in urban areas. Many city- dwellers don’t know their neighbours beyond a “hello” as they pass each other in the hall. Some don’t even say that much. Perhaps they fell they don’t need their neighbours, (4) … .

People in rural areas organize more events together than urbanities do. From church dinners to local fairs, to the community’s summer barbecue, most people have their fingers in the pie, in one way or another. It is these types of events that (5) … . In urban areas, special events are often competing against each other, since there are often many happening at the same time. Many people who attend these urban events haven’t got any particular sense of pride for them, (6) … .

While one could argue that city life is more exciting and at times more convenient, it’s not necessarily better than country life.





  1. as they are just spectators of the event, not coordinators.

  2. without your own transportation, it is difficult to get around.

  3. the way people in the rural areas have come to depend on theirs.

  4. to convince many city- dwellers that country living is for them.

  5. help to bring a community together, because those who attend can claim ownership of the event.

  6. often those in a rural community are quick to help wherever they can.















Read the people talking about their hobbies and say which of the websites they visited.

Speaker 1.

Some people can’t understand what I get out of doing puzzles. They say: “Why don’t you do something more productive”? or “Why do you spend so much time on something you are just going to take apart?”

But what they don’t understand is that doing puzzles can improve your memory as well as your concentration. You’re imagining the pieces you have left and where each one might go. It is impossible to do a puzzle and not think about it constantly.

And now I’ve come across an online jigsaw puzzle site which has made it even more fun for me. On this site you can choose the level of difficulty from a simple 6- piece- cut to a challenging 247- piece- cut. Also, you can unload your photos and make them into jigsaw puzzles that you share with others. But the best thing is that you can communicate with others by sending them puzzle postcards or even have puzzle competitions.



Speaker 2.

I’ve always loved paper aeroplanes. I’m fascinated by their ability to fly, and by the force that keeps them up in the air. I even have some problems at school as my pastime was sometimes disruptive. But I didn’t mean to interfere with the class, I just wanted to make a better plane that could fly very high and go a longer distance.

Recently I learned that in The Guinness Book of Records, there is a record for time aloft for paper aeroplanes. I started looking for more information on the Internet and found a site organized by Ken Brackburn, a person who, like me, is also obsessed with paper aeroplanes. In 1983, his set his first Guinness Record and reset it several times after that. He also wrote a book about making paper aeroplanes. His hobby led him to his current profession as an aeronautical engineer.

I like the site because it not only gives you some practical advice on how to build paper aeroplanes but it also helps you see that you are not alone in your hobby and that there are other people who take it just as seriously as you do.



Speaker 3.

It might seem crazy but my hobby is bending metal forks. I learned how to do this from an Internet site which gives detailed instructions on the process. What I actually wanted was to impress my friends by doing something unusual and funny. It really worked. Strangely, it doesn’t work all the time and I can’t really explain what my success depends upon.

I think some of the sculptures you can make from forks are pretty cool, they can look like scorpions and sometimes like people. I took pictures of some of these sculptures and put them on the walls in my room. I like having friends round to show these photos to them because people usually can’t believe it’s really possible.





Speaker 4.

I’m really into Tai chi. It’s an excellent variation of the martial arts. It does have a philosophical element that I don’t always agree with, but I enjoy the physical exercises that are, in fact, very slow and very controlled martial arts moves.

I’m not really that into team sports, but that doesn’t mean I avoid teams. I decided to look into some debating societies and try that out. I found it can be very stimulating to think on my feet, develop an argument with very little lead- time, and present it all in a short fixed period of time. This I’m supposed to do while supporting my team-mates and building the platform for the next presenter. This process did not come easily to me, but I managed to become moderately proficient at it. I actually ended up doing well enough in public speaking to win an international exchange visit from the local Lion’s club.



Speaker 5.

My hobby is surfing the net and finding out about interesting and unusual things. I believe it makes me a more interesting person. Last week I came across a site created by the Secret Society of Happy People. At first I thought it was a joke, but it turned out to be a real life society that was formed in 1998. The idea behind it is to encourage people to express happiness and discourage those who don’t like hearing happy news. I thought it was a really great idea because what we keep hearing on the news every day is mostly bad. The site gives people a chance to talk about the happiest moments in their lives, vote for the happiest events, inventions and social changes in the world , and even take part in some campaigns organized by the members of this society, it’s amazing how much you can learn about the word today from the Internet!



Read again and say which of the speakers:

  1. describes more than one hobby he/ she has. _____

  2. has a positive outlook in life. _____

  3. wants to become more popular with people. _____

  4. says that many people don’t understand his/ her hobby. _____

  5. believes that his/ her hobby can improve his/ her thinking skills. _____

  6. says that a hobby can help people to choose a career. _____

  7. doesn’t like all aspects of his/ her hobby. _____

  8. admits that his/ her hobby caused some problems in the past. _____

  9. got an award due to his/ her hobby.

  10. Can’t understand everything about his/ her hobby. _____









The Passive Voice. (Страдательный залог)

В английском языке существует два способа описывать одни и те же действия: с помощью действительного залога и страдательного залога.

Сравните:

The teacher gave us a lot of homework.

Учитель задал нам большое домашнее задание.

(Подлежащее является действующим лицом в предложении.)



A lot of homework was given to us by our teacher.

Большое домашнее задание было дано нам учителем.

(Подлежащее не является действующим лицом.)



При изменении глагола из действительного залога в страдательный меняется вся конструкция предложения.

Active

Many people in Russia speak English well.

Много людей в России хорошо говорят на английском языке.

Passive

English is spoken well by many people in Russia.

Англичане предпочитают употреблять пассивную форму глагола в тех случаях, когда более важен объект действия, чем тот, кто (или что) совершил (совершило) действие, используется предлог by:

St Paul’s Cathedral was built by Sir Christopher Wren.

The clouds are moved by the wind.



Страдательный залог образуется с помощью глагола to be в нужном лице, числе, времени и 3 формы глагола (Participle 2):

To be (am/ is/ are/ was/ were/ will be) + Participle 2 (the third form of the verbs)

She was given flowers by Steve.

This present will be given to my little sister on her birthday.





Passive Forms

Present Simple: am/ is/ are + V3

Past Simple: was/ were +V3

Future Simple: will be +V3





Transform the following Active forms into the Passive forms.

  1. My father buys newspapers every morning.

  2. One of my family takes out the garbage every day.

  3. We buy food for our pets once a week.

  4. They sent the letter a week ago.

  5. Lots of countries will study Russian in the 21st century.

  6. She makes a special pie for her birthday every year.





Put in the if needed.

Travelling around … world is fantastic. Sometimes I imagine myself climbing mountains in … Asia or in … America. I often dream of fishing in … long and deep rivers of … Russian Federation, watching … penguins in … Antarctica, or breaking through … jungles of … South America. I also think of visiting … China, … United States, … Spain and … Netherlands time in future.





















A cup of tea.

Once I was travelling in Italy. I wandered along the street until I came upon some parasol- shaded tables which seemed to ______ very nice. I settled and opened my book. (I)



It was taking a long time for waiter to arrive , but I was in no hurry. I was sure that the waiter ______soon. (COME)



But finally, becoming impatient, I turned to signal for service and saw the neon sign. That was the _____ moment . I discovered that I was sitting outside a store selling garden furniture. (BAD)



The great wall of China.

The great wall of China runs for 6, 700 kilometers from east to west of China. It is one of the _____ wonders of the world. (GREAT)



The Great Wall _____ in order to protect the country from different aggressors. (BUILD)



The construction of the Wall _____ in the 6th century BC and lasted until the 16th century AD. (BEGIN)



Since then, the Great wall of China _____ a Symbol of wisdom and bravery of the Chinese people and a monument to Chinese nation for many hundreds of years. (BECOME)

























Use the correct form (to infinitive or V-ing) of the verbs in brackets.

  1. I hope … (watch) the programme about ancient civilizations tomorrow.

  2. I can’t help … (wonder) why Jane won’t admit … (copy) the task.

  3. You should avoid … (be) absent if you want … (pass) the exam.

  4. I couldn’t find any material for my project, so he suggested … (search) the Internet.

  5. She decided … (stop) … (write) the article; she felt very tired.

  6. (eat) is not allowed during the presentation.

  7. He plans … (do) research on the history of civilization after he gets over his illness.

  8. (watch) films without dubbing is a good way … (improve) your English.

  9. I tried … (convince) him to take part in the project, but he refused … (do) it.

  10. The journalists tried … (ask) the historians about the discovered “hobbit” civilization, but they couldn’t give detailed comments.

  11. If you enjoy … (investigate) the origins of plants and animals, you will love … (go) to the exhibition in the scientific centre.

  12. I can’t remember … (visit) this place before; it looks unfamiliar.

  13. Remember … (revise) your grammar”, said the teacher.

  14. I’m sorry. I didn’t mean … (interrupt) you.

  15. Those facts need … (check); you may find some information on the topic in the latest magazine.

  16. After you finish … (print out) the report, would you mind … (take part) in our discussion?

  17. I regret … (tell) you that we are not going to take part in the regional sport competition.





















Read the article and give it a title.

The final week before exams means it’s time to study, eat too much, or too little, and perform some odd rituals. At exam time, students all over the world try almost anything that may bring them good luck. In Japan, a traditional meal before exams includes fried pork with rice. It was believed to bring an extra element of luck. At the moment, Kit Kat has become a lucky exam charm in this country.

The name Kit Kat was invented in Britain in the 30s of the 20th century and this chocolate bar has become one of the best- selling chocolate bars in many countries. Its advertising slogan “Have a break”, have a Kit Kat has been translated into many different languages.

Why has it become so popular among teenagers I Japan? Actually, the name Kit Kat in Japanese sounds close to “kitto katsu” that can be translated as “I hope you will win”. This expression is used by students to wish each other luck before exams.

Now the makers of the chocolate are trying hard to meet the demand for Kit Kat in Japan, because the country’s students believe it will help them pass exams. Thousands of students and their parents buy this bar for exam days. Even those who never eat chocolate often have a Kit Kat in their bags when they sit exams. Whatever works, right?

































Progress Test.

  1. Listen and match the expressions to the speakers.

  1. Some national features of inhabitants.

  2. The diversity of meals.

  3. Australian animals.

  4. Tourist attractions.

  5. Activities to keeping fit.

  6. The most favourable way to see Sydney.

  7. A place suitable for both sportsmen and lazybones.

  1. __ B. __ C. __ D. __ E. __ F. __



  1. Read the text and match the titles with the paragraphs.

  1. A color scheme

  2. An important image quality factor

  3. Unique meanings of blue in different cultures

  4. The power of color in branding

  5. How does the eye react to color?

  6. A tricky question

  7. Computer color accuracy

  8. How color behaves in relation to other colors

  1. Brands and color are inextricably linked because color offers an instantaneous method for conveying meaning and message without words. The colors of football team uniforms are an example of branding images. But sometimes the colors are horribly wrong. For example, the colors of Wyoming’s football uniforms were cited as one of the worst in college football. Why do you think brown is such a tough color to accept as a sports uniform? It isn’t the most powerful color of the spectrum. It’s as dependable and it lacks energy.

  2. A color circle, based on red, yellow and blue, is traditional in the field of art. Sir Isaac Newton developed the first circular diagram of colors in 1966. Since then, scientists and artists have studied and designed numerous variations of this concept. Differences of opinion about the validity of the format over another continue to provoke debate. In reality, any color circle or color wheel which presents a logically arranged sequence of pure hues has merit.

  3. Red appears more brilliant against a black background and somewhat duller against the white background. In contrast with blue- green, it exhibits brilliance. Notice that the red square appears larger on black than on other background colors.

  4. The answer to the question – “Are black and white colors?”- is one of the most debated issues about color. Ask a scientist and you’ll get a reply based on physics: “Black is not a color, white is a color”. Ask an artist or a child with crayons and you’ll get another: “Black is a color, white is not a color”. (Maybe!)

  5. You could say that most computers are color blind on the World Wide Web. No one is seeing the same colors. Although some see colors better than others, color accuracy poses a real challenge. However, there are a number of things you can do to help you see colors better. For example, you can adjust your brightness and intensity controls on your monitor.

  6. Most blues convey a sense of trust, loyalty, cleanliness and understanding. On the other hand, this color has different meanings in different countries. For example, Greeks believe that blue wards off the evil eye. Dark blue is the color of mourning in Korea. The god Krishna has blue skin. Shades of blue are described as shallow or deep instead of light or dark in China.

  7. Amazingly the human eye can distinguish 17 million different colours. Our eyes have red, green and blue receptors that detect electromagnetic waves; and these are interpreted by the brain as colours. The associations we have with color are formed as a result of psychological, cultural and historical reasoning. Within the brain, visual is our dominant sense as it takes up 40% of our brain space, compared to just 8% for touch and 3% for hearing. Therefore color is an important part of our visual experience.

  1. __ B. __ C. __ D. __ E. __ F. __ G. __



  1. Fill in the gaps with the proper form of the word given at the end of the line.

  1. He doesn’t get any real _____ from playing basketball. (enjoy)

  2. He was very hardworking and _____ to his project. (dedicate)

  3. School Council asked for help with the _____ of the Internet centre for students. (organize)

  4. Unfortunately, Kate was _____ to admit she was wrong. (will)

  5. A new course offers students the opportunity to be _____ and imaginative. (create)





  1. ________________

  2. ________________

  3. ________________

  4. ________________

  5. ________________



  1. Complete the sentences with ONE word only. The first letter of the word is given.

  1. If you want to get a bachelor’s d_____, you should go to the university after school.

  2. Our local v_____, college gives basic skills in many professions.

  3. D_____ of many Russia’s universities are accepted in different countries.

  4. After his course you will get a q_____ in computer design.

  5. If you want to get a s_____, you should study hard at school.

  6. Jane is in his first year at university. She’s only an u_____ student.

  7. My qualification turned out to be so unpopular that I had to do a r_____ course in order to become a designer.





  1. ________________

  2. ________________

  3. ________________

  4. ________________

  5. ________________

  6. ________________

  7. ________________



  1. Use the appropriate conditional forms.

  1. I _____ (help) you yesterday with your exam paper if I had known the answer myself.

  2. If I _____ (know) the computer better, I would apply for a part- time job in the computer call centre.

  3. If I were sure what I really want, it _____ (be) a problem for me to choose a career.

  4. If he _____ (be) more ambitious, he would try to sit exam once more for a better result.

  5. If I had more time, I _____ (enroll on) a Spanish course.

  6. If you _____ (not/ warn) me about change in the exam date, I would have missed it.



  1. ________________

  2. ________________

  3. ________________

  4. ________________

  5. ________________

  6. ________________



































Mixed tenses: write the verbs in brackets in the correct form.



  1. He (spend) last summer in the country.

  2. What your brother (do) now?

  3. He (not write) a composition by next Monday.

  4. My sister (wash) the dishes every morning.

  5. You (go) to the south next summer?

  6. When I (ring) Mike up yesterday, he still (learn) a poem.

  7. If you (not help) me, I (not do) this work by 5 o’clock tomorrow.

  8. Yesterday he (go) for a walk only when he (do) his homework.

  9. I (not go) to the cinema tomorrow, I (watch) TV the whole evening.

  10. When I came to the station, the train already (leave).

  11. We (not grow) tomatoes next summer.

  12. You ever (be) to Piccadilly Circus?

  13. What you (buy) at the shop yesterday?

  14. If it (not rain) tomorrow, we (not stay) at home.

  15. When he (come) tomorrow, I still (do) my homework.

  16. Look! My friends (play) football.

  17. He (not read) Turgenev since he was a pupil.

  18. You (write) this letter by the time she (come) tomorrow?

  19. Lena usually (do) her homework at school?’ ‘No, she ___.’

  20. What you (do) at 6 o’clock yesterday?





Gerund or infinitive.

  1. I have finished (to decorate/decorating) the house.

  2. I can’t stand (to work/working) in an office.

  3. We hope (to arrive/arriving) by half past seven.

  4. It was a wonderful holiday. I will always remember (to see/seeing) Niagara Falls.

  5. They can’t promise (to finish/finishing) the work today.

  6. He hates (to use/using) computers.

  7. I am really looking forward to (to start/starting) my new course.

  8. They can’t help us (to move/moving) in our new flat.

  9. They enjoyed (to be/being) on holiday by the sea.

  10. She refused (to answer/answering) the phone.



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Internet

Интернет

It’s hard to imagine our lives without Internet nowadays. It has become an important part of every person’s life. It seems that Internet has created a whole new history. It has drastically changed everything around. Computers were also an important invention, but Internet is better than any other type of information. Besides, it’s not only used for information, but also for global communication. Originally, Internet was a military experiment in the USA of 60-s. But soon it became clear that everyone in the world can use it. Since the time of Internet appearance, many other media sources became unnecessary. From one side, it’s great to have everything right here online, from the other side, it’s a shame that people have stopped reading paper books and newspapers. That’s because all books or prints can be found online, as well as all films and programs. One of the obvious advantages of Internet is its efficiency. You can find the information you’re looking for in 5 seconds. Just google it and here is the answer. It is very convenient for students, professionals, experts and all other people. In spite of all the good sides that Internet has, there are some drawbacks. First of all, they are viruses, which can be very dangerous for any computer. That’s why it’s good to have reliable anti-virus software installed. Other minus is the violent content. As well as on TV, there is a lot of violence and cruelty online. Nevertheless, every day millions of people turn on their computers and start surfing the worldwide net, because it’s the easiest and quickest way to stay informed.

Трудно представить нашу жизнь без Интернета в нынешнее время. Он стало важной частью жизни каждого человека. Похоже, что Интернет создал совершенно новую историю. Он коренным образом изменил все вокруг. Компьютеры также являются важным изобретением, но Интернет лучше, чем любой другой тип информации. Кроме того, он используется не только для информации, но и для глобального общения. Изначально Интернет был военным экспериментом в США 60-х годов. Но вскоре стало ясно, что все в мире могут его использовать. С момента появления Интернета, многие виды СМИ стали ненужными. С одной стороны, это здорово, что все есть прямо здесь онлайн, с другой стороны, очень жаль, что люди перестали читать бумажные книги и газеты. Это потому, что все книги или печатные издания можно найти в Интернете, также как и все фильмы и программы. Одним из очевидных преимуществ Интернета является его оперативность. Вы можете найти информацию, которую ищете за 5 секунд. Просто наберите это в Гугле и вот ответ на вопрос. Это очень удобно для студентов, специалистов, экспертов и всех остальных людей. Несмотря на все положительные стороны, которыми обладает Интернет, есть и некоторые недостатки. Прежде всего, это вирусы, которые могут быть очень опасны для любого компьютера. Вот почему хорошо закачать надежное антивирусное программное обеспечение. Другой минус – это жестокое содержания. Также как на и телевидении, в Интернете есть много насилия и жестокости. Тем не менее, каждый день миллионы людей включают свои компьютеры и начинают путешествовать по всемирной сети, потому что это самый простой и быстрый способ оставаться в курсе событий.






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