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Итоговая контрольная работа по английскому языку в 10 классе


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Вариант 1

Задание 1. Вы услышите 5 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A–E и утверждениями, данными в списке 1–6. Используйте каждое утверждение из списка 1–6 только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение.


1. The speaker says what language he/she wants to learn and why.

2. The speaker talks about language education in his/her country.

3. The speaker explains what language he/she finds difficult to learn.

4. The speaker explains how to learn a foreign language quickly.

5. The speaker talks about the most popular language in the world.

6. The speaker explains how to teach a foreign language to children.


Задание 2. Прочитайте отрывок из романа и выполните задания 1 – 7, выбирая букву A, B, C или D. Установите соответствие номера задания выбранному вами варианту ответа.

Harry had come to Canada from Poland at the age of eight. The family was sent to a Jewish farming village in Manitoba. His father had been a merchant in the old country, but he was allowed into Canada on condition that he took up agriculture. In the village, they lived in a small wooden house.

When he was sixteen Harry moved to Winnipeg to work for his cousin Albert in the fur business. He was paid fifteen dollars a week for sixty or seventy hours of work. This arrangement continued for two years, and then Harry asked for a raise or a reduction in working time. His cousin said no; that was when Harry began his own family fur business. After his parents sold their farm and moved into the city, he operated out of their North Winnipeg basement.

I was introduced to Harry through a friend of mine, a local city planner. Harry now owned properties in the exchange district, so named because it was where the grain and fur exchanges started. My friend had been encouraging Harry to renovate these buildings. The city was trying to save its architectural past. Much remained that would have been torn down in other Canadian cities.

The three of us walked to a restaurant called Bottles. Looking at the menu, Harry said he didn’t want anything rich. He had had problems with his stomach since he was eighteen. “Poor eating,” he explained. There had not been enough money for decent food.

I don’t know what’s happened to Winnipeg,” Harry said. “Thirty years ago Portage Avenue was full of life. Now in the evening the whole downtown is dead.”

Harry had bought his first raw pelts in 1952. There had been a thousand people employed in the fur trade when he began. Now he thought there might be a hundred. The fur manufactures in Montreal and Toronto, many of them Greek immigrants, had taken over the business. “We used to work like dogs. One of my parents’ neighbours reported us – we weren’t supposed to work out of a house – so we had to rent space downtown. People said we’d be broke very soon. But slowly we expanded.”

Harry was among the inter-war immigrants who had given Winnipeg’s north end its special character. Then North Winnipeg had been a seat of political ferment and of Jewish immigrant culture. Its history had acquired a patina because so many talented people had escaped its poverty and gone into business or the arts professions. But Harry was one of the last. Many of the old Jewish families had moved across the river into more expensive neighbourhoods. There was a new underclass made up of Filipinos, Vietnamese, and Canadian Indians.



1. Harry’s father was permitted to come to Canada if he

A) didn’t work in agriculture.

B) became a farmer.

C) remained a merchant.

D) returned to Poland after some years.


2. Harry stopped working for his cousin Albert because

A) he returned to his father’s farm.

B) he went to Poland to start his own business.

C) his cousin refused to pay him more money.

D) his cousin wanted to increase working hours.


3. A local city planner wanted Harry to

A) tear down the old buildings.

B) own the buildings.

C) exchange the buildings for fur.

D) restore the buildings.


4. Harry had some problems with his stomach because in his childhood he

A) had eaten too much.

B) had not been able to eat proper food.

C) used to starve.

D) had liked rich food.


5. One of Harry’s parents’ neighbours told the police about them because they

A) used to work like dogs.

B) rented a place downtown.

C) ran their business at home.

D) had expanded their business.


6. “People said we’d be broke very soon” means that people expected them to

A) go bankrupt soon.

B) destroy their house.

C) have a breakthrough in business.

D) break their back due to hard work.


7. “Last” in “Harry was one of the last” refers to

A) the political figures who gave Manitoba its special character.

B) those who had moved into more expensive neighbourhood.

C) successful immigrants who still lived in North Winnipeg.

D) those who had chosen the profession of the arts.


Задание 3. Прочитайте предложения и выберите правильный вариант ответа.


1.He (phones, will phone) you tomorrow when he (gets, will get) home from work.


2. 'I (am, being) very busy now.' 'Why? What you (do, are doing)?'


3. How often you (do you go, are you going) to the theatre?


4. We (will go, are going) to England for our holiday next year.


5. Wait for me! I (will come, come) as soon as I (finish, will finish).


6. When I (listened/was listening) to the radio, the telephone (rang/was ringing).


7. He (broke/was breaking) his leg when he (skied/was skiing) in the Alps.


8. Ann (played/was playing) the piano while Tom (painted/was painting) a picture.


9. We (saw/were seeing) an accident while we (waited/were waiting) for the bus.


10. She (worked/was working) quietly at her desk when sud­denly the door (opened/was opening) and her daughter (ran/was running) in.

11.I (enjoyed/had enjoyed) the film even though I (saw/had seen) it before.


12. I got up late that morning so when I (arrived/had arrived) at the station, the train (already left/had already left).


13. I couldn't speak to them because when I (phoned/had phoned), they (went/had gone) out already.


14. They (lived/had lived) in their house for twenty years when they (decided/had decided) to sell it.


15. My sister (bought/had bought) me a novel but I (already read/had already read)

it.




Ключи к заданиям 1 варианта:

Задание 1. 3 1 2 4 6


Задание 2.

1-B; 2-C; 3-D; 4-B; 5-C; 6-A; 7-C


Задание 3.

1. Will phone, gets

2. am, are you doing

3. do you go

4. will go

5. will come, finish

6. was listening, rang

7. broke, was skiing

8. was playing, was painting

9. saw, were waiting

10. was working, opened, ran

11. enjoyed, had seen

12. arrived, had already left

13. phoned, had gone

14. had lived, decided

15. bought, had already read



























Текст для аудирования.

Вы услышите 5 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A- E и утверждениями, данными в списке 1–6. Используйте каждое утверждение из списка 1–6 только один раз. В списке 1–6 есть одно лишнее утверждение.


Speaker A

I’ve always been very good at languages. I can speak English and French and it helps a lot as I’m in the export business. When we worked on some contracts with Russian companies, I decided to learn Russian. I take lessons regularly and I’ve learned a lot of words, but there are very difficult grammar rules in Russian, and there are so many exceptions! I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to speak it.


Speaker B

My friends don’t think that learning foreign languages is important – English is understood everywhere. I don’t agree with them. I want to start learning Italian. It’s a lovely language and it sounds beautiful. I’ve got a pen-pal Mario, who lives in Italy, and I want to go there next year. I think Mario will appreciate my speaking Italian. And travelling is more enjoyable when you can communicate with the locals in their language.


Speaker C

English is my native language and I don’t have any problems when I travel – people can speak English everywhere. That’s why I don’t feel motivated to learn foreign languages at school. But according to the curriculum, I must learn two foreign languages. We start learning the first one at the age of seven. Usually it’s French or German. At the age of 13 or 14 we choose the second language - Italian, Spanish, Chinese or others.


Speaker D

Languages are very important in modern life. But learning languages is very difficult and time consuming. The quickest way to learn a language is to go the country where it’s spoken. It works, however, only if you communicate outside the classroom a lot. Watching the news, reading newspapers and writing notes and emails helps a lot too. But the most important thing is not to speak your native language to anyone.


Speaker E

Lots of adults want to learn foreign languages but have no time for it. Children, on the other hand, have enough time but they lack motivation. The easiest way to get children to speak a foreign language is to use it in a game. Young children are not able to understand language rules, but they can easily imitate their teacher. Pictures and toys work very well too – children pick up new words for toys very quickly.


Название документа Вариант 2.doc

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Вариант 2.

Задание 1. Вы услышите 5 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A–E и утверждениями, данными в списке 1–6. Используйте каждое утверждение из списка 1–6 только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение.

1. The speaker says what language he/she wants to learn and why.

2. The speaker talks about language education in his/her country.

3. The speaker explains what language he/she finds difficult to learn.

4. The speaker explains how to learn a foreign language quickly.

5. The speaker talks about the most popular language in the world.

6. The speaker explains how to teach a foreign language to children.


Задание 2. Прочитайте отрывок из романа и выполните задания 1 – 7, выбирая букву A, B, C или D. Установите соответствие номера задания выбранному вами варианту ответа.

During the baking hot months of the summer holidays my mother and I used to escape to one of the scattered lakes north of Prince Albert. In its magic surroundings we used to spend the long summer days in the open air, swimming and canoeing or just lying dreaming in the sun. In the evening the lake was always a bright, luminous grey after the unbelievable sunset colours had faded.

The last summer before we returned to England was particularly enchanted. For one thing, I was in love for the first time. No one will ever convince me that one cannot be in love at fifteen. I loved then as never since, with all my heart and without doubts or reservations or pretence.

My boyfriend Don worked in Saskatoon, but the lake was ''his place'' – the strange and beautiful wilderness drew him with an obsessive urgency, so I suspected it was not to see me that he got on his motor-cycle as many Fridays as he possibly could, and drove three hundred-odd miles along the pitted prairie roads to spend the weekends at our place.

Sometimes he couldn't come, and the joy would go out of everything until Monday, when I could start looking forward to Friday again. He could never let us know in advance, as we were too far from civilization to have a phone or even a telegraph service. Three hundred miles in those conditions is quite a journey. Besides, Don was hard up, and sometimes worked overtime at weekends.

One Friday night a storm broke out. I lay in bed and listened to the thunder and the rain beating on the roof. Once I got up and stood looking out over the treetops, shivering. I tried not to expect Don that night hoping he would have enough sense to wait until the storm ended. Yet in my frightened thoughts I couldn't help imagining Don fighting the storm. His motorbike, which had always looked to me so heavy and solid, seemed in my thoughts frail enough to be blown onto its side by the first gust that struck it. I thought of Don pinned under it, skidding, his face pressed into the mud.

I crawled back into bed, trying to close my throat against the tears. But when my mother, prompted by the deep sympathy and understanding between us, came in to me, she kissed my cheek and found it wet.

"Don't get upset, Jane,'' she said softly. ''He may still come.''

When she had tucked me in and gone, I lay thinking about Don, about the danger of the roads … you couldn't ride or walk along them safely after heavy rain; your feet would slip from under you. The roads in Northern Canada are not like the friendly well-populated English ones, where there are always farmhouses within walking distance and cars driving along them day and night.

It was hours later, that I suddenly realized the sound of the roaring engine was real. The storm was dying. I lay absolutely still, relief and pain fighting for ascendancy within me, each in itself overwhelming enough to freeze the breath in my lungs as I heard Don's heavy tired footsteps on the wooden stairs.


1.The last summer was particularly fascinating for Jane because she

a)

spent it in the magic surroundings.

b)

had a lot of fun in the open air.

c)

enjoyed unbelievable sunsets by the lake.

d)

fell in love for the first time.


2.Jane believes that love at fifteen is

a)

a sincere deep feeling.

b)

associated with doubts.

c)

full of reservations.

d)

connected with pretence.


3.Don travelled three hundred-odd miles every weekend because he was

a)

desperate to see the author before she left.

b)

fond of riding his motorcycle.

c)

attracted by the beauty of the lake.

d)

fond of spending weekends with his friends.


4.Sometimes Don didn't come to see Jane and her mother on Friday because he

a)

thought they were too far from civilization.

b)

had given up hope of seeing the author.

c)

worked to make some extra money.

d)

hated travelling in exhausting conditions.


5.Mother came into Jane's room during the storm because she

a)

felt Jane was afraid of the thunder.

b)

felt Jane was worried about Don.

c)

heard Jane walking in the room.

d)

heard Jane crying in her bed.



6.According to the author the roads in Northern Canada were

a)

slippery. b) muddy.

c)

lonely. d) busy

7.“… relief and pain fighting for ascendancy within me…” means that the author felt

a)

overwhelming pain.

b)

relief and pain alternately.

c)

relief as a prevailing emotion.

d)

neither relief nor pain.


Задание 3. Прочитайте предложения и выберите правильный вариант ответа.


1.When I (come, will come) home tomorrow, all my family (is, will be) at home.


2.'Where is Ann?' 'She (has, is having) a bath.'


3.You (are you seeing, do you see) that man over there? It's our new teacher.


4.John (does not go, will not go) for a walk today until his mother (comes, will come) back from work. .


5.You (are you understanding, do you understand) me now?


6.Which countries (did they visit/were they visiting) when they (travelled/were travelling) round the world?


7.(Did you work/ Were you working) in the garden when I (came/ was coming) home?


8.A strange man (walked/ was walking) into the room. He (wore/ was wearing) red trousers and a pink shirt.


9.I (saw/was seeing) you in the park yesterday. You (sat/ were sitting) on a bench.


10.When I (opened/had opened) the door, the lesson (already began/had already begun).


11.She (painted/had painted) the wall before the children (came/had come) home.


12.I (met/had met) Ann a week ago. She (just returned/had just returned) from a business trip.


13.As soon as I (heard/had heard) a cry, I (ran/had run) out of the room.


14.1 (tried/had tried) to phone John in the morning, but he (already left/had already left).


15.I (finished/had finished) writing the project at 6 o'clock yesterday.



Ключи к заданиям 2 варианта.

Задание 1. 3 1 2 4 6


Задание 2.

1-D; 2-A; 3-C; 4-C; 5-B; 6-C; 7-B


Задание 3.

1. come, will be

2. is having

3. do you see

4. will not go, comes

5. do you understand

6. did they visit, were travelling

7. were you working, came

8. walked, was wearing

9. saw, were sitting

10. opened, had already begun

11. had painted, came

12. met, had just returned

13. heard, had run

14. tried, had already left

15. finished
























Текст для аудирования.

Вы услышите 5 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A- E и утверждениями, данными в списке 1–6. Используйте каждое утверждение из списка 1–6 только один раз. В списке 1–6 есть одно лишнее утверждение.


Speaker A

I’ve always been very good at languages. I can speak English and French and it helps a lot as I’m in the export business. When we worked on some contracts with Russian companies, I decided to learn Russian. I take lessons regularly and I’ve learned a lot of words, but there are very difficult grammar rules in Russian, and there are so many exceptions! I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to speak it.


Speaker B

My friends don’t think that learning foreign languages is important – English is understood everywhere. I don’t agree with them. I want to start learning Italian. It’s a lovely language and it sounds beautiful. I’ve got a pen-pal Mario, who lives in Italy, and I want to go there next year. I think Mario will appreciate my speaking Italian. And travelling is more enjoyable when you can communicate with the locals in their language.


Speaker C

English is my native language and I don’t have any problems when I travel – people can speak English everywhere. That’s why I don’t feel motivated to learn foreign languages at school. But according to the curriculum, I must learn two foreign languages. We start learning the first one at the age of seven. Usually it’s French or German. At the age of 13 or 14 we choose the second language - Italian, Spanish, Chinese or others.


Speaker D

Languages are very important in modern life. But learning languages is very difficult and time consuming. The quickest way to learn a language is to go the country where it’s spoken. It works, however, only if you communicate outside the classroom a lot. Watching the news, reading newspapers and writing notes and emails helps a lot too. But the most important thing is not to speak your native language to anyone.


Speaker E

Lots of adults want to learn foreign languages but have no time for it. Children, on the other hand, have enough time but they lack motivation. The easiest way to get children to speak a foreign language is to use it in a game. Young children are not able to understand language rules, but they can easily imitate their teacher. Pictures and toys work very well too – children pick up new words for toys very quickly.




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