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ВАРИАНТ А



LISTENING

Вы услышите четыре коротких диалога, обозначенных A,B,C и D. Определите, где происходит каждый из этих диалогов. Используйте каждое место действия из списка 1-5 только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее место действия. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите ваши ответы в таблицу.

1. In a park

2. In a shop

3. In a vet clinic

4. In a hotel

5. At a party



READING

Прочитайте тексты и установите соответствие между текстами А–G и заголовками 1–8. Запишите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании есть один лишний заголовок.

1. Building new relations

2. Rent a granny

3. Care and support

4. Keeping family together

5. Going out together

6. Family violence

  1. Of course, as your children grow, marry and have children of their own, it is not as easy to spend each holiday together. Be flexible and either alternate holidays or pick a few specific holidays where the entire family will be together. Sometimes it sounds like an overwhelming feat, especially if you have a large family, but as I said, children, even when they become adults, need those special occasions and traditions and they will go out of their way to make sure they happen.

  2. If your sister-in-law is much younger than you, then it will be very easy for you to win her over. Little girls love spending time with their big brother’s girlfriends, and you’re this little girl’s big brother’s wife, so she’s going to be elated to spend time with you. Play together with Barbie dolls, or ask her to help you decorate some Christmas cookies. Become her friend, and take an active interest in her, and she will love you forever.

  3. A new "grannies-for-rent" service in Poland brings together elderly people without families, and people who miss having real grandparents. A local University for the Elderly set up the programme, which aims to benefit people from all generations. 

  4. Unfortunately for many, home can be anything but a safe haven. Men and women alike may find their home a fierce battleground. For children it may be where they are most vulnerable to assault, misuse or deprivation, ironically at the very hands of those who have a duty to safeguard and nourish them. Even the elderly may have reason to fear those who should be their caretakers.

  5. Parents give an enormous amount to their children, and as a result they’re extremely invested in them, in helping them grow and thrive. They look out for their interests, stay up with them when they’re sick, clean up their messes when they’re sick - all of that investment helps the child grow and feel secure.



GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY

  1. Choose the correct item.



1. There are six people coming to dinner tonight, so we’ll need two …… of bread.

A slice B bars C loaves

2. What….. of this painting? Do you like it?

A are you thinking B you think C do you think

3. Why are your clothes so dirty? …. in the garden again?

A Had you been working B Are you going to work C Have you been working

4. Logan ….. the good news by his sister.

A has told B was told C told

5. Olivia isn’t as ….. her older sister.

A sociable than B sociable as C more sociable as

6. Paul heard some news which …. quite upsetting.

A was B were C have been

7. John …. us at our new house yet.

A hasn’t been visiting B hasn’t visited C didn’t visit

8. This is ….team in the championship league.

A the worse B worst C the worst


9. The traffic is so terrible! We ….. to work really late.

A are getting B will get C are going to get

10. Helen visits her grandparents there times…..week.

A the B - C a

11. We’ve …..this shop for half an hour and we haven’t seen one sales assistant!

A gone on B been in C been to


12. As Ian …..to catch the bus, he fell and twisted his ankle.

A was running B run C ran


II. Choose the correct item.



1. Mum bought Dad a pair of leather Italian/ Italian leather shoes for his birthday

2. Watch where you're going! You are falling/are going to fall into that hole!

3. In/At the beginning of his career, Thomas

4. Edison mostly invented telegraphic devices.

5. Emily's family moved to Spain from — /the UK when she was still a baby.

6.Her husband's new job brings around/in an extra 200 pounds a week.

7. This dish is delicious and doesn't take much/many time to prepare.

8. Nathan likes his steak well done/rare, so don't cook it for more than ten minutes.


9. The concert is starting/starts at 9:00. Do you wnt to go to dinner before that?

10. Don't worry, I'll show you how to set the table for a formal dinner; it's a cup of tea/piece of cake.

11. Joe couldn't believe it while/when he won first prize at the science show.

12. We took Jane out to lunch to cheer her up, because she's been going off/going through a rough time at work.



III. Fill in the correct form of the verb



  1. The concert …. (start) at 9 o’clock.

  2. . (you/meet) our neighbours yet?

  3. I….. (wait) for him for an hour and I’m starting to lose my patience.

  4. My parents… (often/leave) us alone when we were young.

  5. Yesterday morning I …. (have) my breakfast and then went to school.

  6. Sandra….. (water) the flowers while Tom was cleaning the room.

  7. Look at the window. There are dark clouds in the sky. It…. (rain).

  8. The children … (walk) to school at 8:00 am yesterday.

  9. I promise I… (help) you tidy the house.

  10. He … (chat) on-line right now.

  11. How long … (you/know) her?

  12. Jane …. (work) at her dad’s office every Saturday.

  13. Caroline …(be) my best friend.

14. John............................................................ (try) to fix his computer for two hours before he decided to call a professional.



IV. Fill in the missing word. There are three answers you do not need to use.

slim demand packed bring up colleagues optimistic moved fussy stubborn fond keen bring out


1. The Smiths................................. from the city to the countryside, so that their children

2. Nadia is so ! She never listens to anyone, and does whatever she wants.

3. When Mel told his that he was leaving the company, they decided to buy

him a going-away present.

4. Jane is a pretty girt with blue eyes and a(n).......................................................build.

5. It is amazing how Linda has been able to....................................... four children and work at
the same time. I really admire her.

6 Felicia is very.................... ..........of dogs, and she's been asking her parents to get her one for ages.

7. Cindy is a very cheerful person who always looks on the.................................... side of life.

8. I really don't know what to cook for Ben. He's such a...........................eater that I'm afraid he won't like anything I serve

9. Linda is an excellent chef and her cooking skills are in great...................................

10. Tony takes a ..................lunch to work, because he doesn’t like leaving the to eat out


WRITING

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend Molly.

We are a big family of six. We spend most weekends together traveling in the country, walking in the park, going to the local dance club. But there are so few places where you can have a good time together with a family…



Which way of spending time do you prefer? … Do you like going to the cinema? … Do you spend time with your family?









White a letter to him and answer his 3 questions.

Write 100–120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.






















ВАРИАНТ В

LISTENING

Вы услышите четыре коротких диалога, обозначенных A,B,C и D. Определите, где происходит каждый из этих диалогов. Используйте каждое место действия из списка 1-5 только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее место действия. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите ваши ответы в таблицу.

1. In a park

2. In a shop

3. In a vet clinic

4. In a hotel

5. At a party



READING

Прочитайте тексты и установите соответствие между текстами А–G и заголовками 1–8. Запишите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании есть один лишний заголовок.



  1. A rich football fan

  2. Women’s voice in poetry

  3. Keeping a foreign example

  4. Famous Russian sports model

  5. Trouble provoking leader

  6. Notoriously famous

  7. Начало формы


  1. The poetry of Anna Akhmatova can be called “the book of woman’s soul”. At the turn of the centuries – 19th and 20th, on the edge of the great revolution, in the epoch having two world wars, there appeared, formed and developed perhaps the most significant female poetry in the history of the new time. Do we really need to distinguish between “male” and “female” poetry? Of course the great poetry is all-human, but it will hardly be possible to understand Akhmatova’s work not taking into consideration its female character. And the main explanation of it is in the world and Russian history itself – it was for the very first time that a woman had a poetic voice of such strength. “I taught women to speak”, – noticed Akhmatova in one of her epigrams.

  2. Roman Abramovich is a Russian multi-billionaire who owns the private investment company Millhouse LLC. Born in Soviet Russia and orphaned at the age of two, he was raised by an uncle and his family in Ukhta, N Russia. While still a student he set up a small company producing plastic toys, and its success enabled him to found an oil company later the fourth biggest in the world. Roman was elected twice to the Russian parliament representing Chukotka. Among his many homes is a country estate in Sussex, and he has become a familiar face in England since his acquisition of Chelsea Football Club in 2003.

  3. Catherine II, often called Catherine the Great, the Russian empress under whose reign Russia expanded its territories and was modernized following the example of Western Europe. Catherine started out as a minor German princess. She grew up in Stettin in a small principality called Anhalt-Zebst. Her father, Christian August, was a prince of this tiny dominion, but he gained more fame for his military career. He served as a general for Frederick William I of Prussia. Catherine II’s mother, had little interest in her daughter.

  4. Anna Kournikova is a Russian professional tennis player. She was competing in the juniors since 9. She subsequently won several international junior tennis tournaments and was declared the Junior European Champion and Junior World Champion in 1995. In 1999, she won two Grand Slam doubles titles with a partner. However, she was soon ranking quite low in tournaments. Despite her losing record, her fame grew thanks to her modeling career and personal life.

  5. Nikita Khrushchev became Premier of the Soviet Union after Joseph Stalin’s death in 1953. In a 1956 “secret speech,” he discussed Stalin’s crimes for the first time, starting a process called ‘de-Stalinization.’ He also visited the West, putting a smiling face on his brand of ‘Reformed Communism.’ But he is more famous for provoking the Cuban Missile Crisis and his frightening speech in the white House.








GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY



I. Fill in the missing word. There are three answers you do not need to use.

Slim Demand packed bring up colleagues optimistic moved fussy stubborn fond keen bring out

1. Felicia is very.................... ..........of dogs, and she's been asking her parents to get her one for ages.

2. Cindy is a very cheerful person who always looks on the.................................... side of life.

3. I really don't know what to cook for Ben. He's such a...........................eater that I'm afraid he won't like anything I serve

4. Linda is an excellent chef and her cooking skills are in great...................................

5. . Tony takes a ..................lunch to work, because he doesn’t like leaving the to eat out


6. The Smiths................................. from the city to the countryside, so that their children

7. Nadia is so ! She never listens to anyone, and does whatever she wants.

8. When Mel told his that he was leaving the company, they decided to buy

him a going-away present.

9. Jane is a pretty girt with blue eyes and a(n).......................................................build.

10. It is amazing how Linda has been able to....................................... four children and work at
the same time. I really admire her.


II. Choose the correct item.



1. The traffic is so terrible! We ….. to work really late.

A are getting B will get C are going to get

2. Helen visits her grandparents there times…..week.

A the B - C a

3. We’ve …..this shop for half an hour and we haven’t seen one sales assistant!

A gone on B been in C been to

4. As Ian …..to catch the bus, he fell and twisted his ankle.

A was running B run C ran

5. We….for Ann for over an hour. Maybe we should call and see if she’s OK.

A are waiting B have been waiting C had been waiting

6. There are six people coming to dinner tonight, so we’ll need two …… of bread.

A slice B bars C loaves

7. What….. of this painting? Do you like it?

A are you thinking B you think C do you think

8. Logan ….. the good news by his sister.

A has told B was told C told

9. Olivia isn’t as ….. her older sister.

A sociable than B sociable as C more sociable as

10. Paul heard some news which …. quite upsetting.

A was B were C have been

11. John …. us at our new house yet.

A hasn’t been visiting B hasn’t visited C didn’t visit

12. This is ….team in the championship league.

A the worse B worst C the worst



III. Fill in the correct form of the verb



  1. The children … (walk) to school at 8:00 am yesterday.

  2. I promise I… (help) you tidy the house.

  3. He … (chat) on-line right now.

  4. How long … (you/know) her?

  5. Jane …. (work) at her dad’s office every Saturday.

  6. Caroline …(be) my best friend.

7. John............................................................ (try) to fix his computer for two hours before he decided to call a professional.

8.The concert …. (start) at 9 o’clock

9.…. (you/meet) our neighbours yet?

10. I….. (wait) for him for an hour and I’m starting to lose my patience.

11. My parents… (often/leave) us alone when we were young.

12. Yesterday morning I …. (have) my breakfast and then went to school.

13. Sandra….. (water) the flowers while Tom was cleaning the room.

14.Look at the window. There are dark clouds in the sky. It…. (rain).


IV. Choose the correct item.


1. This dish is delicious and doesn't take much/many time to prepare.

2. Nathan likes his steak well done/rare, so don't cook it for more than ten minutes.


3. The concert is starting/starts at 9:00. Do you wnt to go to dinner before that?

4. Don't worry, I'll show you how to set the table for a formal dinner; it's a cup of tea/piece of cake.

5. Joe couldn't believe it while/when he won first prize at the science show.

6. We took Jane out to lunch to cheer her up, because she's been going off/going through a rough time at work.

7. Mum bought Dad a pair of leather Italian/ Italian leather shoes for his birthday

8. Watch where you're going! You are falling/are going to fall into that hole!

9. In/At the beginning of his career, Thomas

10. Edison mostly invented telegraphic devices.

11. Emily's family moved to Spain from — /the UK when she was still a baby.

12. .Her husband's new job brings around/in an extra 200 pounds a week.



WRITING




You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend Karen.



I like magazine stories about celebrities and always read them…



I’d like to make a party at the weekend. What shall I start with? Shall I keep my parents at home? How many guests shall I invite?









White a letter to him and answer his 3 questions.

Write 100–120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.

You have 30 minutes to do this task.





































КЛЮЧИ

Вариант А

  1. Reading



6 extra



Задание С1



Dear Molly,

I’m glad you’ve finally written to me. I do remember you’ve a big family. I think it’s so good to have time together in every possible way. You seem to enjoy each other’s company. If it’s a problem to find a place to spend a weekend you may stay home and read a book or watch a family film. You may also play some games like football outside if the weather is nice.

As for our family we seldom spend time together. Mom prefers to watch serials or look through a magazine, dad works a lot and spends almost every weekend in the office, so I usually go out with my friends.

See you soon,

Mike.



  1. Grammar &Vocabulary

  1. C 6. A 11.C 16. B

  2. C 7. B 12.B 17. C

  3. C 8. B 13.A 18. A

  4. B 9. A 14.C 19. B

  5. B 10. C 15. C 20. C

  1. Vocabulary

  1. Shrugged 6. demand

  2. Stubborn 7. Home-cooked

  3. Bright 8. salary

  4. Break the ice 9. nourishing

  5. Mashed 10. Acquaintances

  1. Grammar

  1. Starts 11.had been living

  2. Have you met 12. Are you smelling

  3. Is always interrupting 13. are visiting

  4. Have been waiting 14. Had come

  5. Often left 15. Was working

  6. Tastes 16. Will help

  7. Are sending 17. Is chatting

  8. Had 18. Have you known

  9. Was watering 19. works

  10. Is going to rain 20. is

  1. Listening

  1. A Total: 60 points

  2. C 0-18 = 2

  3. B 19-34 = 3

  4. C 35-50 = 4

  5. A 51-60 = 5

Вариант B

  1. Reading

7 extra



Задание С1



Dear Karen,

It’s nice to receive a fresh letter from you. You’ve been silent for quite a long time. Busy, I guess, like all of us. Reading stories about celebrities is a very good way of having a rest from the routine of the day. You sit and imagine you are one of them living in some luxurious place, wearing fashionable clothes, dining out in exquisite restaurants. It really helps to forget about everyday problems but you should never overdo. Remember that celebrities work a lot and follow this pattern.

As for the party you are going to have, I think, you should invite those who have the same interests and can keep a good conversation. Five or six people will be enough for the first time. Start making your party with a plan of entertaining your quests not to be bored during the evening.

See you soon,

Marcus.



  1. Grammar &Vocabulary

  1. C 6. B 11.C 16. A

  2. B 7. C 12.C 17. B

  3. A 8. A 13.C 18. B

  4. C 9. B 14.B 19. A

  5. C 10. C 15. B 20. C

  1. Vocabulary

  1. Shrugged 6. demand

  2. Stubborn 7. Home-cooked

  3. Bright 8. salary

  4. Break the ice 9. nourishing

  5. Mashed 10. Acquaintances

  1. Grammar

  1. had been living 11. Starts

  2. Are you smelling 12. Have you met

  3. are visiting 13. Is always interrupting

  4. Had come 14. Have been waiting

  5. Was working 15. Often left

  6. Will help 16. Tastes

  7. Is chatting 17. Are sending

  8. Have you known 18. Had

  9. works 19. Was watering

  10. is 20. Is going to rain

  1. Listening

  1. A Total: 60 points

  2. C 0-18 = 2

  3. B 19-34 = 3

  4. C 35-50 = 4

  5. A 51-60 = 5



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