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Итоговая контрольная работа 10 класс (9 вариантов)

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Task 1. Match the words with definitions and translate them.

  1. Dress code

  1. To remove something

  1. to go ahead

  1. A set of rules about what you should wear

  1. to take away

  1. A living thing, often imaginary, that is sometimes strange or frightening

  1. Evolution

  1. Influence the way a person, idea, or situation develops

  1. Creature

  1. To support a person or an idea that your believe is right

  1. Shape

  1. To stop yourself from showing your feelings

  1. to suppress

  1. The scientific theory according to which plants and animals change gradually over long periods of time to become more suitable for their environment

  1. Alter

  1. To continue to do something

  1. in favour of

  1. Make something or somebody different

  1. Sustain

  1. Provide the conditions in which something can happen or exist



Task 2. Choose the correct answer.

  1. Tom was a very talented boy. She … read when she was only three.

  1. Can

  2. Could

  3. Couldn’t

  1. Where are you going on holiday? – I hope I’ll … visit my grandparents on Lake Baikal.

  1. Can

  2. Could

  3. Be able to

  1. We moved to our new residence last spring.

  1. Место жительства

  2. Резиденция

  1. The new telephone line enables us to use the internet 24 hours a day.

  1. Разрешает

  2. Дает возможность

  1. The Maya were ancient people of

  1. Australia

  2. America

  3. Asia

Task 3. Use must, may/might, can/could or can’t/couldn’t plus the correct form of the verb in these sentences.

  1. Where was Peter yestarday? He … (be) at school. The school year started a week ago.

  2. I’m absolutely sure! They … (arrive) yestarday. I saw their tickets.

  3. The course … (begin) on the fifth of September but I’m not so certain about it.

  4. Are you joking! Nick … (go) to Moscow last week. He’s supposed to be at work now.

  5. They … (come from) London, but I’m not sure.

Task 4.

London is the capital of Great Britain. London is a very old town. London is two thousand years old. Many years ago London was a small town on the Thames. There were a lot of villages round it. After many years London and three hundred villages grew into a very large city. Some of the names of those villages are the names of the streets in modern London-Kensington, Westminster.

Now London is a beautiful city with large squares and parks. The city of London is the business centre. East End includes the poor districts. West of London is the West End where rich people live.

Trafalgar Square is in the centre of the West End of London. In the centre of Trafalgar Square there is the column made of granite. On the top of the column there is a 17-feet-tall statue of Admiral Nelson who defeated the French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1809. The total high of the monument is 184 feet (44 meters).On the pedestal is a bronze relief cast from a captured French cannon, representing Nelson’s victory.

On the North side of Trafalgar Square is the National Gallery.

The National Gallery has one of the finest collections of pictures in the world.

Trafalgar Square is one of the busiest place in London, where people go to and from the work, it is hard to cross the street.

1. Продолжите предложение.

  1. On the top of the column …

  2. London is two…

  3. On the north side…

  4. The total high…

  5. There were…

2. Какие предложения соответствуют содержанию текста “+”, а какие не соответствуют “-”

  1. London is a new town.

  2. London is on the Thames.

  3. The West End of London is a place where rich people live.

  4. In London there aren’t a lot of squares and parks.

3. Найдите в тексте

  1. Национальная галерея имеет одну из прекраснейших коллекций в мире.

  2. Трефальгарская площадь находится в центре Вест Енда в Лондоне.

  3. Сейчас Лондон –один из красивейших городов с большими площадями и парками .

  4. Спустя много лет Лондон и три сотни деревень превратились в один большой город.



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Вариант 2.

Task 1. Match the words with definitions and translate them.

  1. to back

a) A symbol that represents an organisation or company

  1. Plain

b) To support something/someone

  1. Logo

c) The name that a company chooses for its product

  1. Dignity

d) Simple in design with no decoration

  1. Maintain

e) A quality in a person that makes them deserving of respect because of their behavior or appearance

  1. brand name

f) Make something stay the same, keep

  1. Recognition

g) Keep people or things apart from each other

  1. Separate

h) Happen or make something happen at a faster rate

  1. Trendy

  1. Public appreciation for a person or group’s achievements

  1. Accelerate

j) Extremely fashionable



Task 2. Choose the correct answer.

  1. Mary was a very talented girl. She … read when she was only four.

  1. Can

  2. Could

  3. Coldn’t

  1. Where are you going on holiday? – I hope I’ll … visit my grandparents on Lake Baikal.

  1. Can

  2. Could

  3. Be able to

  1. I am not sure how can afford such an expensive computer.

А) позволить себе

b) пользоваться.

4. If you don’t live far from school, it’s great bonus – you don’t have to get up so early to get there.

a) премия

b) преимущество

5. They are going to stay with the in-laws this weekend.

a) дальние родственники

b) родственники по жене, мужу



Task 3. Use must, may/might, can/could or can’t/couldn’t plus the correct form of the verb in these sentences.

  1. I can’t find my parrot anywhere. She …………….(get out) through the window.

  2. It ………………….(was) Jane who answered she’s away.

  3. They ………………….(miss) their bus. Otherwise they would be here by now.

  4. He ……………….(take) the wrong turn. He should be there by now.

  5. She…………………..(come from) London, but I’m not sure.



Task 4.

The Christmas Tree

No one _1_ for sure who decorated the first Christmas tree . The_2_ of bringing an evergreen tree indoors and _3_ it at Christmas started in Germany. One _4_ says that Martin Luther started the practice. Luther was an important Christian_5_ . According to the story, he noticed the starlit sky as he walked home one Christmas Eve about the year 1513.He thought the stars looked as if they were shining on the branches. When he arrived home, Martin Luther placed a small fir tree _6_ his house. He decorated it with lighted candles.

Decorating Christmas trees became _7_ in Germany. Prince Albert of Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, the German husband of Queen Victoria, took the tradition to England. Both German and English people brought it to America. And now nearly every family in Great Britain and the USA has a _8_ tree.

The biggest Christmas tree in Britain is put up in Trafalgar Square in _9_ .

The people of Norway still give this tree every year to the _10_ to thank them for helping Norway against Hitler in the second World War.

1. Chose the right answer:

a) knows

b) begins

c) decides

d) is

a) tree

b) legend

c) story

d) custom

a) showing

b) giving

c) putting

d) decorating

a) story

b) legend

c)fairy

d) novel

a) man

b) saint

c) leader

d) woman

a) inside

b) outside

c) upside

d) offside

a) comfortable

b) beautiful

c) public

d) popular

a) Christmas

b) fir

c) pine

d) birch

a) London

b) Paris

c) Moscow

d) Madrid

a) French people

b) British people

c) Irish people

d) Russian people

2. Answer the questions:

  1. Where was started the tradition of decorating Christmas tree?

  2. Who started this tradition?

  3. Who brought it to Britain?

  4. Why do people of Norway still present a tree to Britain?

3.  Ask 5 questions .





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Task 1. Match the words with definitions and translate them.

  1. To award

  1. Much better than ordinary; excellent

  1. I don’t mind the heat.

  1. The feeling that a situation is so bad that nothing you can do will change it

  1. Never mind!

  1. Angry because of something that is wrong or not fair

  1. Mind the step.

  1. Used for telling someone that something is not a problem for you

  1. Outstanding

  1. To give something valuable, such as money or a prize, following an official decision

  1. Despair

  1. Used for telling someone not to feel upset about something

  1. Indignant

  1. The qualities that make someone or something what they are and different from other people

  1. Would you mind if I used your phone?

  1. Used for telling someone, especially a child, to behave politely

  1. Mind your manners!

  1. Used for getting someone’s permission for something

  1. Identity

  1. Used for telling someone to be carefully about something



Task 2. Choose the correct answer.

  1. The Mayan civilization is considered to have been

  1. Advanced

  2. Primitive

  3. Strange

  1. The Mayan civilization reached its peak

  1. The 1st century BC

  2. The 19th centure

  3. 800 AD

  1. Tom was a very talented boy. She … read when she was only three.

  1. Can

  2. Could

  3. Couldn’t

  1. Where are you going on holiday? – I hope I’ll … visit my grandparents on Lake Baikal.

  1. Can

  2. Could

  3. Be able to

  1. We moved to our new residence last spring.

  1. Место жительства

  2. Резиденция



Task 3. Use must, may/might, can/could or can’t/couldn’t plus the correct form of the verb in these sentences.

  1. It ………………….(was) Jane who answered she’s away.

  2. I can’t find my parrot anywhere. She …………….(get out) through the window.

  3. He ……………….(take) the wrong turn. He should be there by now.

  4. They ………………….(miss) their bus. Otherwise they would be here by now.

  5. She…………………..(come from) London, but I’m not sure.

Task 4.

London is the capital of Great Britain. London is a very old town. London is two thousand years old. Many years ago London was a small town on the Thames. There were a lot of villages round it. After many years London and three hundred villages grew into a very large city. Some of the names of those villages are the names of the streets in modern London-Kensington, Westminster.

Now London is a beautiful city with large squares and parks. The city of London is the business centre. East End includes the poor districts. West of London is the West End where rich people live.

Trafalgar Square is in the centre of the West End of London. In the centre of Trafalgar Square there is the column made of granite. On the top of the column there is a 17-feet-tall statue of Admiral Nelson who defeated the French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1809. The total high of the monument is 184 feet (44 meters).On the pedestal is a bronze relief cast from a captured French cannon, representing Nelson’s victory.

On the North side of Trafalgar Square is the National Gallery.

The National Gallery has one of the finest collections of pictures in the world.

Trafalgar Square is one of the busiest place in London, where people go to and from the work, it is hard to cross the street.

1. Продолжите предложение.

  1. On the top of the column …

  2. London is two…

  3. On the north side…

  4. The total high…

2. Какие предложения соответствуют содержанию текста “+”, а какие не соответствуют “-”

  1. London is a new town.

  2. London is on the Thames.

  3. The West End of London is a place where rich people live.

  4. In London there aren’t a lot of squares and parks.

3. Найдите в тексте

  1. Национальная галерея имеет одну из прекраснейших коллекций в мире.

  2. Трефальгарская площадь находится в центре Вест Енда в Лондоне.

  3. Сейчас Лондон –один из красивейших городов с большими площадями и парками .

  4. Спустя много лет Лондон и три сотни деревень превратились в один большой город.

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Вариант 4.

Task 1. Match the words with definitions and translate them.

  1. Affecting

  1. A reaction

  1. Respect

  1. Organize and control something (e.g. time or money)

  1. Evoke

  1. Not realizing that something exist or is happening

  1. Unaware

  1. A feeling that something is important and deserves serious attention

  1. appreciation

  1. A way of behaving that shows you care about other people’s feelings and needs

  1. Agenda

f)To bring on a particular emotion, idea, or memory

  1. Response

  1. Making you feel annoyed and impatient

8. frustrating

h) The feeling you have when you are grateful to someone

  1. Manage

  1. All the things that need to be done

  1. Consideration

j) Changing or influencing something; having an effort on something



Task 2. Choose the correct answer.

  1. We work well together and I…………….him as a colleague.

  1. Respect

  2. Appreciate

  1. Try showing a little more …………………….for others.

  1. Consideration

  2. Appreciation

  1. This is just a small sign of our ……………………..

  1. Consideration

  2. Appreciation



  1. The Mayan civilization is considered to have been

  1. Advanced

  2. Primitive

  3. Strange

  1. The Mayan civilization reached its peak

  1. The 1st century BC

  2. The 19th centure

  3. 800 AD



Task 3. Use must, may/might, can/could or can’t/couldn’t plus the correct form of the verb in these sentences.

  1. He can’t find his cat anywhere. It …………….(get out) through the window.

  2. It ………………….(was) Stive who answered he’s in.

  3. She ………………….(miss) her bus. Otherwise she would be here by now.

  4. He ……………….(take) the wrong turn. He should be there by now.

  5. She…………………..(come from) London, but I’m not sure.

Task 4.

In 1608 an Englishman whose name was Thomas Coryate visited Italy. He liked the country and noted down every interesting thing he found. But there was one thing which he found more interesting than the others. In his diary Thomas wrote, “When the Italians eat meat, they use small forks. They don’t eat with hands because, as they say , do not always have clean hands”.

Before leaving for England, Thomas Coryate bought a few forks.

At home Thomas gave a dinner party to show the invention to his friends. When the servant brought the steak, he took out a fork and began to eat like they did in Italy.

Everybody looked at him in surprise. When he told his friends what it was, they all wanted to take a good look at the strange thing. All his friends said that the Italians were very strange people because the fork was very inconvenient.

Thomas Coryate tried to prove the opposite. He said it was not nice to eat with one’s fingers because they were not always clean.

Everybody got angry at that . Did Mr. Coryate think that people inEngland always had dirty hands? And weren’t the ten fingers they had enough for them?

Thomas Coryate wanted to show that it was very easy to use the fork. But the first piece of meat he took with the fork fell to the floor. His friends began to laugh and he had to take the fork away.

Only fifty years later people in England began to use forks.

1. Translate the following sentences into Russian:

  1. In 1608 an Englishman whose name was Thomas Coryate visited Italy.

  2. But there was one thing which he found more interesting than the others.

  3. He said it was not nice to eat with one’s fingers because they were not always clean.

  4. But the first piece of meat he took with the fork fell to the floor.

2. Answer the questions:

  1. Why did the Italians eat with the forks?

  2. What did he give at home to show the invention of the Italians?

  3. Why did his friends begin to laugh?

  4. When did people in England begin to use forks?

3. Correct according to the contents of the text :

  1. They eat with the hands because, as they say, do not always have clean hands.

  2. Everybody got happy at that.

  3. Only seventy years later people in England began to use forks.

  4. When the servant brought the steak, he took out a knife and began to eat like they did in Italy.



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Task 1. Match the words with definitions and translate them.

  1. Start out

  1. Work that you must do as part of a course of study

  1. Assignment

  1. To return to a person, place, subject or activity

  1. Adapt

  1. Become less or reduce something

  1. Go back

  1. To intend to do something, to begin doing something

  1. Extra-curricular activities

  1. Change your ideas or behavior so that you can deal with a new situation

  1. Judge

  1. Form an opinion about something after considering all the facts

  1. Find out

  1. Continuing to exist for a long time

  1. Decrease

  1. To give knowledge and skills to someone who is younger than you and will live on after you have died

  1. Long-term

  1. To discover a fact or piece of information

  1. Hand down

  1. Things that you do at school, college or university that are not part of your course



Task 2. Choose the correct answer.

  1. Tom was a very talented boy. She … read when she was only three.

  1. Can

  2. Could

  3. Couldn’t

  1. Where are you going on holiday? – I hope I’ll … visit my grandparents on Lake Baikal.

  1. Can

  2. Could

  3. Be able to

  1. We moved to our new residence last spring.

  1. Место жительства

  2. Резиденция

  1. The new telephone line enables us to use the internet 24 hours a day.

  1. Разрешает

  2. Дает возможность

  1. The Maya were ancient people of

  1. Australia

  2. America

  3. Asia

Task 3. Use must, may/might, can/could or can’t/couldn’t plus the correct form of the verb in these sentences.

  1. Where was Barbara yestarday? She … (be) at school. The school year started a week ago.

  2. You’re absolutely sure! They … (arrive) next week. I saw their tickets.

  3. The course … (begin) on the first of September but I’m not so certain about it.

  4. Are you joking! Nick … (go) to Moscow last week. He’s supposed to be at work now.

  5. They … (come from) Moscow, but I’m not sure.

Task 4.

In 1608 an Englishman whose name was Thomas Coryate visited Italy. He liked the country and noted down every interesting thing he found. But there was one thing which he found more interesting than the others. In his diary Thomas wrote, “When the Italians eat meat, they use small forks. They don’t eat with hands because, as they say , do not always have clean hands”.

Before leaving for England, Thomas Coryate bought a few forks.

At home Thomas gave a dinner party to show the invention to his friends. When the servant brought the steak, he took out a fork and began to eat like they did in Italy.

Everybody looked at him in surprise. When he told his friends what it was, they all wanted to take a good look at the strange thing. All his friends said that the Italians were very strange people because the fork was very inconvenient.

Thomas Coryate tried to prove the opposite. He said it was not nice to eat with one’s fingers because they were not always clean.

Everybody got angry at that . Did Mr. Coryate think that people inEngland always had dirty hands? And weren’t the ten fingers they had enough for them?

Thomas Coryate wanted to show that it was very easy to use the fork. But the first piece of meat he took with the fork fell to the floor. His friends began to laugh and he had to take the fork away.

Only fifty years later people in England began to use forks.

1. Translate the following sentences into Russian:

  1. In 1608 an Englishman whose name was Thomas Coryate visited Italy.

  2. But there was one thing which he found more interesting than the others.

  3. He said it was not nice to eat with one’s fingers because they were not always clean.

  4. But the first piece of meat he took with the fork fell to the floor.

2. Answer the questions:

  1. Why did the Italians eat with the forks?

  2. What did he give at home to show the invention of the Italians?

  3. Why did his friends begin to laugh?

  4. When did people in England begin to use forks?

3. Correct according to the contents of the text :

  1. They eat with the hands because, as they say, do not always have clean hands.

  2. Everybody got happy at that.

  3. Only seventy years later people in England began to use forks.

  4. When the servant brought the steak, he took out a knife and began to eat like they did in Italy.



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Вариант 6.

Task 1. Match the words with definitions and translate them.

  1. Come alive

  1. To remind someone of something in the past

  1. Think back

  1. To support a person or an idea that your believe is right

  1. dress code

  1. To remove something from a pocket, bag, etc

  1. to take away

  1. To stop yourself from showing your feelings

  1. Take (someone) back

  1. To seem to still exist, and be interesting and exciting

  1. to go ahead

  1. To continue to do something

  1. to suppress

  1. To think about something that happened in the past

  1. Take out

  1. To have been born in a particular place, to belong to a particular family or a social group

  1. in favour of

  1. A set of rules about what you should wear

  1. Come from

  1. To remove something



Task 2. Choose the correct answer.

1. They left our new residence last week.

a)место жительства

b)резиденция

2. The old telephone line enables them to use the internet 24 hours a day.

a) разрешает

b) даёт возможность

3. I am not sure how they can afford such an expensive computer.

a) пользоваться

b)позволить себе

4. If you don’t live far from school, it’s great bonus – you don’t have to get up so early to get there.

a) преимущество

b)премия

5. I am going to stay with the in-laws this weekend.

a) родственники по жене/мужу

b) дальние родственники

Task 3. Use must, may/might, can/could or can’t/couldn’t plus the correct form of the verb in these sentences.

  1. I can’t find my parrot anywhere. She …………….(get out) through the window.

  2. It ………………….(was) Jane who answered she’s away.

  3. They ………………….(miss) their bus. Otherwise they would be here by now.

  4. He ……………….(take) the wrong turn. He should be there by now.

  5. She…………………..(come from) London, but I’m not sure.

Task 4.

The Christmas Tree

No one _1_ for sure who decorated the first Christmas tree . The_2_ of bringing an evergreen tree indoors and _3_ it at Christmas started in Germany. One _4_ says that Martin Luther started the practice. Luther was an important Christian_5_ . According to the story, he noticed the starlit sky as he walked home one Christmas Eve about the year 1513.He thought the stars looked as if they were shining on the branches. When he arrived home, Martin Luther placed a small fir tree _6_ his house. He decorated it with lighted candles.

Decorating Christmas trees became _7_ in Germany. Prince Albert of Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, the German husband of Queen Victoria, took the tradition to England. Both German and English people brought it to America. And now nearly every family in Great Britain and the USA has a _8_ tree.

The biggest Christmas tree in Britain is put up in Trafalgar Square in _9_ .

The people of Norway still give this tree every year to the _10_ to thank them for helping Norway against Hitler in the second World War.

1. Chose the right answer:

a) knows

b) begins

c) decides

d) is

a) tree

b) legend

c) story

d) custom

a) showing

b) giving

c) putting

d) decorating

a) story

b) legend

c)fairy

d) novel

a) man

b) saint

c) leader

d) woman

a) inside

b) outside

c) upside

d) offside

a) comfortable

b) beautiful

c) public

d) popular

a) Christmas

b) fir

c) pine

d) birch

a) London

b) Paris

c) Moscow

d) Madrid

a) French people

b) British people

c) Irish people

d) Russian people

2. Answer the questions:

  1. Where was started the tradition of decorating Christmas tree?

  2. Who started this tradition?

  3. Who brought it to Britain?

  4. Why do people of Norway still present a tree to Britain?

3.  Ask 5 questions .



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Вариант 7.

Task 1. Match the words with definitions and translate them.

  1. Get on somebody’s nervous

  1. To take care of someone and make sure that they are treated well

  1. to back

  1. A symbol that represents an organization or company

  1. Logo

  1. To support something/someone

  1. Plain

  1. To make someone feel annoyed or nervous

  1. brand name

  1. Making you feel slightly angry or impatient

  1. Look out for someone

  1. Simple in design with no decoration

  1. to take away

  1. To continue to do something

  1. to go ahead

  1. The name that a company chooses for its product

  1. Annoying

  1. Extremely fashionable

  1. Trendy

  1. To remove something



Task 2. Choose the correct answer.

1. They left our new residence last week.

a)место жительства

b)резиденция

2. The old telephone line enables them to use the internet 24 hours a day.

a) разрешает

b) даёт возможность

3. I am not sure how they can afford such an expensive computer.

a) пользоваться

b)позволить себе

4. If you don’t live far from school, it’s great bonus – you don’t have to get up so early to get there.

a) преимущество

b)премия

5. I am going to stay with the in-laws this weekend.

a) родственники по жене/мужу

b) дальние родственники

Task 3. Use must, may/might, can/could or can’t/couldn’t plus the correct form of the verb in these sentences.

  1. I can’t find my parrot anywhere. She …………….(get out) through the window.

  2. It ………………….(was) Jane who answered she’s away.

  3. They ………………….(miss) their bus. Otherwise they would be here by now.

  4. He ……………….(take) the wrong turn. He should be there by now.

  5. She…………………..(come from) London, but I’m not sure.

Task 4.

No one _1_ for sure who decorated the first Christmas tree . The_2_ of bringing an evergreen tree indoors and _3_ it at Christmas started in Germany. One _4_ says that Martin Luther started the practice. Luther was an important Christian_5_ . According to the story, he noticed the starlit sky as he walked home one Christmas Eve about the year 1513.He thought the stars looked as if they were shining on the branches. When he arrived home, Martin Luther placed a small fir tree _6_ his house. He decorated it with lighted candles.

Decorating Christmas trees became _7_ in Germany. Prince Albert of Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, the German husband of Queen Victoria, took the tradition to England. Both German and English people brought it to America. And now nearly every family in Great Britain and the USA has a _8_ tree.

The biggest Christmas tree in Britain is put up in Trafalgar Square in _9_ .

The people of Norway still give this tree every year to the _10_ to thank them for helping Norway against Hitler in the second World War.

1. Chose the right answer:

a) knows

b) begins

c) decides

d) is

a) tree

b) legend

c) story

d) custom

a) showing

b) giving

c) putting

d) decorating

a) story

b) legend

c)fairy

d) novel

a) man

b) saint

c) leader

d) woman

a) inside

b) outside

c) upside

d) offside

a) comfortable

b) beautiful

c) public

d) popular

a) Christmas

b) fir

c) pine

d) birch

a) London

b) Paris

c) Moscow

d) Madrid

a) French people

b) British people

c) Irish people

d) Russian people

2. Answer the questions:

  1. Where was started the tradition of decorating Christmas tree?

  2. Who started this tradition?

  3. Who brought it to Britain?

  4. Why do people of Norway still present a tree to Britain?

3.  Ask 5 questions .



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Вариант 8.

Task 1. Match the words with definitions and translate them.

  1. Keep somebody company

  1. To become friendly again with someone after an argument

  1. Argument

  1. A noisy argument or fight between two or more people

  1. Fall out

  1. To continue to do something

  1. dress code

  1. An angry disagreement between two or more people

  1. A row

  1. To spend time with someone so that they will not feel lonely

  1. to take away

  1. To stop being friendly with someone because you have had a disagreement with them

  1. Make up with

  1. A set of rules about what you should wear

  1. to go ahead

  1. To remove something

  1. Talk through

  1. To deal successfully with a difficult situation or job

  1. Cope with

  1. To discuss a plan or situation in a detailed way



Task 2. Choose the correct answer.

  1. We work well together and I…………….him as a colleague.

  1. Respect

  2. Appreciate

  1. Try showing a little more …………………….for others.

  1. Consideration

  2. Appreciation

  1. This is just a small sign of our ……………………..

  1. Consideration

  2. Appreciation



  1. The Mayan civilization is considered to have been

  1. Advanced

  2. Primitive

  3. Strange

  1. The Mayan civilization reached its peak

  1. The 1st century BC

  2. The 19th centure

  3. 800 AD

Task 3. Use must, may/might, can/could or can’t/couldn’t plus the correct form of the verb in these sentences.

  1. Where was Peter yestarday? He … (be) at school. The school year started a week ago.

  2. I’m absolutely sure! They … (arrive) yestarday. I saw their tickets.

  3. The course … (begin) on the fifth of September but I’m not so certain about it.

  4. Are you joking! Nick … (go) to Moscow last week. He’s supposed to be at work now.

  5. They … (come from) London, but I’m not sure.

Task 4.

No one _1_ for sure who decorated the first Christmas tree . The_2_ of bringing an evergreen tree indoors and _3_ it at Christmas started in Germany. One _4_ says that Martin Luther started the practice. Luther was an important Christian_5_ . According to the story, he noticed the starlit sky as he walked home one Christmas Eve about the year 1513.He thought the stars looked as if they were shining on the branches. When he arrived home, Martin Luther placed a small fir tree _6_ his house. He decorated it with lighted candles.

Decorating Christmas trees became _7_ in Germany. Prince Albert of Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, the German husband of Queen Victoria, took the tradition to England. Both German and English people brought it to America. And now nearly every family in Great Britain and the USA has a _8_ tree.

The biggest Christmas tree in Britain is put up in Trafalgar Square in _9_ .

The people of Norway still give this tree every year to the _10_ to thank them for helping Norway against Hitler in the second World War.

1. Chose the right answer:

a) knows

b) begins

c) decides

d) is

a) tree

b) legend

c) story

d) custom

a) showing

b) giving

c) putting

d) decorating

a) story

b) legend

c)fairy

d) novel

a) man

b) saint

c) leader

d) woman

a) inside

b) outside

c) upside

d) offside

a) comfortable

b) beautiful

c) public

d) popular

a) Christmas

b) fir

c) pine

d) birch

a) London

b) Paris

c) Moscow

d) Madrid

a) French people

b) British people

c) Irish people

d) Russian people

2. Answer the questions:

  1. Where was started the tradition of decorating Christmas tree?

  2. Who started this tradition?

  3. Who brought it to Britain?

  4. Why do people of Norway still present a tree to Britain?

3.  Ask 5 questions .

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Вариант 9.

Task 1. Match the words with definitions and translate them.

  1. Provoke

  1. A disagreement between people or groups

  1. Conflict

  1. False

  1. in favour of

  1. A plant or animal group that shares similar general features

  1. Challenge

  1. To support something/someone

  1. to back

  1. To stop yourself from showing your feelings

  1. Fake

  1. To support a person or an idea that your believe is right

  1. to suppress

  1. Something that is needed in order for something else

  1. Requirement

  1. Something that needs a lot of skill, energy and determination to achieve

  1. Species

  1. The state of continuing to live or exist, even in face of difficult conditions

  1. Survival

j)To deliberately try to make someone angry



Task 2. Choose the correct answer.

  1. We work well together and I…………….him as a colleague.

  1. Respect

  2. Appreciate

  1. Try showing a little more …………………….for others.

  1. Consideration

  2. Appreciation

  1. This is just a small sign of our ……………………..

  1. Consideration

  2. Appreciation



  1. The Mayan civilization is considered to have been

  1. Advanced

  2. Primitive

  3. Strange

  1. The Mayan civilization reached its peak

  1. The 1st century BC

  2. The 19th centure

  3. 800 AD



Task 3. Use must, may/might, can/could or can’t/couldn’t plus the correct form of the verb in these sentences.

  1. He can’t find his cat anywhere. It …………….(get out) through the window.

  2. It ………………….(was) Stive who answered he’s in.

  3. She ………………….(miss) her bus. Otherwise she would be here by now.

  4. He ……………….(take) the wrong turn. He should be there by now.

  5. She…………………..(come from) London, but I’m not sure.

Task 4.

London is the capital of Great Britain. London is a very old town. London is two thousand years old. Many years ago London was a small town on the Thames. There were a lot of villages round it. After many years London and three hundred villages grew into a very large city. Some of the names of those villages are the names of the streets in modern London-Kensington, Westminster.

Now London is a beautiful city with large squares and parks. The city of London is the business centre. East End includes the poor districts. West of London is the West End where rich people live.

Trafalgar Square is in the centre of the West End of London. In the centre of Trafalgar Square there is the column made of granite. On the top of the column there is a 17-feet-tall statue of Admiral Nelson who defeated the French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1809. The total high of the monument is 184 feet (44 meters).On the pedestal is a bronze relief cast from a captured French cannon, representing Nelson’s victory.

On the North side of Trafalgar Square is the National Gallery.

The National Gallery has one of the finest collections of pictures in the world.

Trafalgar Square is one of the busiest place in London, where people go to and from the work, it is hard to cross the street.

1. Продолжите предложение.

  1. On the top of the column …

  2. London is two…

  3. On the north side…

  4. The total high…

  5. There were…

2. Какие предложения соответствуют содержанию текста “+”, а какие не соответствуют “-”

  1. London is a new town.

  2. London is on the Thames.

  3. The West End of London is a place where rich people live.

  4. In London there aren’t a lot of squares and parks.

3. Найдите в тексте

  1. Национальная галерея имеет одну из прекраснейших коллекций в мире.

  2. Трефальгарская площадь находится в центре Вест Енда в Лондоне.

  3. Сейчас Лондон –один из красивейших городов с большими площадями и парками .

  4. Спустя много лет Лондон и три сотни деревень превратились в один большой город.

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