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Итоговые контрольные работы по английскому языку для 1 курса СПО по направлению "Прикладная информатика""


  • Иностранные языки

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  1. Listen to the audio and do the tasks.







II. Choose the right answer



1.Do you _________ work on Sundays 
 A) have to  B) must  C) should

2.I don’t think you _______stay out late
 
 A) must  B) should  C) shouldn’t

3.You _______bring anything special to the party.
 
 A) don’t have to  B) must  C) should

4. Naomi will get in touch ______she hears any news.
 
 A) as soon as  B) while  C) until

5. Please look after the children ____I get home from work.
 
 A) Until  B) if  C) while

6. If I _____ some money, I’ll go on holiday next year.
 
 A) ’ll save  B) saved  C) save

7. Will your parents buy you a car if you finish university?’_____’.
 
 A) No, won’t  B) No, they don’t  C) No, they won’t

8. Before I go out tonight, I ______ finish this work.
 
 A) ’m going to  B) going to  C) am

9. Do you want to go ______?
 
 A) dancing  B) to dance  C) dance

10. Is coffee ___ in Kenya?
 
 A) grew  B) grown  C) grow

11. Since 2001, all Skoda cars ______ by Volkswagen.
 
 A) were produced  B) are produced  C) have been produced

12. ‘Is a lot of paper wasted in your office? ‘____’.
 
 A) a. Yes, it was  B) Yes, it is.  C) Yes, it has

13.If I _____ a famous person, I wouldn’t know what to say.
 
 A) meet  B) didn’t meet  C) met

14. They ______ more money if they saved a little every month.
 
 A) would have  B) will have  C) would had

15. If you ____ me, what would you do?
 
 A) are  B) like  C) were

16. Emma is very busy so she _______ come to the party. She hasn’t decided yet.
 
 A) mustn’t  B) shouldn’t  C) might not

17. Ed is tired because he ______ all night.
 
 A) hasn’t worked  B) has been working  C) is working

18. You’ve got a lot of bags. ____ you _____?
 
 A) Do / go shopping?  B) Have / been shopping  C) Have / shopped

19. Dan was taken to hospital because he _____ his leg.
 
 A) breaks  B) has broken  C) had broken

20. ‘Had they met Kathy before the party‘. ‘Yes, ______’.
 
 A) she had  B) they had  C) they did

21. Could you _____ me a favour and look after the children after school, please?
 
 A) make  B) get  C) do

22. Naples is _____ an exciting city.
 
 A) so  B) such  C) very

23. Lily gave _____her job and traveled round the would.
 
 A) over  B) away  C) up

24. John doesn’t _____ much money as a waiter.
 
 A) win  B) take  C) earn

25. Can you _____ a photo of us, please?
 
 A) make  B) take  C) do





III. Read the text and answer the questions

Computers

      Computers are so named, because they were first designed to deal with numbers – that is to compute. But modern computers are also process words, draw, reproduce sound and perform many other functions.

     The early history of the computer can be traced to Charles Babbage, an English inventor who designed and “analytical machine” that was designed to calculate the tide tables and theoretically could do some things a modern computer does. However it was never built. Had it been, it would have covered an area equal to football field and required the power of five steam engines. In the late 80s a small part of the engine was constructed to prove the idea and was successful in demonstrating the unit would have worked.

     A more practical plan came from the American inventor Herman Hollerith, who patented a calculating machine in 1889. In 1924 Hollerith’s Tabulating Machine Company adopted the name International Business Machines Corporation (IBM). 
    Later the British developed a computer using vacuum tubes, used to decode the German enigma signals during the 2
nd World War. Shortly after the 2nd World war, the Americans build the ENIAC, which was called the most sophisticated computer of its time. It occupied 450 square meters and contained 17468 vacuum tubes. Its capacity though impressive at the time, was less than that of a modern notebook computer.

     A crucial step forward in computing came in 1947 with the invention at Bell Laboratories in the USA of a transistor, which was much faster, smaller and cheaper than the vacuum tube. The microchip was invented a few years later along with the microprocessor, allowing information to be stored and manipulated in a small area.

     In 1974 an American company Micro Instrumentation Telemetry Systems (MITS) released the Altair 8800, a personal computer. Its capacity was 1% of the 1991 Hewlett-Packard personal computer. But Altair was a revolution in a computer electronics that continues today.

During 1980’s, computers became progressively smaller, better and cheaper. As the hardware became more powerful, software became more sophisticated. It pushed the limits of the hardware, encouraging the building of new hardware with bigger drives, faster processors and larger memories.

     In 1992 the computer industry was the fastest growing industry in the world. Today the worldwide revenues of the computer industry are the second only to agricultural revenues.

     Computers guide airplanes, control traffic, process words, and numbers and keep track of appointments. Computers became the heart of modern business, science, medical research, industry and agriculture.

  1. What modern computers can do?

  2. From what time the early history of the computers can be traced?

  3. Who was the inventor of the calculating machine?

  4. When did crucial breakthrough in the computing come?

  5. When did the transistor replace the vacuum tube?

  6. What was the advantage of the vacuum tube?

  7. What are the functions of the microchip and microprocessor in the computer?

  8. What industry was the fastest growing in 1992?

  9. Did computers become the heart of modern business, science, medical research, industry and agriculture?

  10. When did computers become progressively smaller, better and cheaper?



IV. Match the words and their descriptions.



II. Choose the right answer





1.Anna and Kate _________ to the cinema last Sunday. 
 A) didn’t went  B) don’t go  C) didn’t go 

2. I had breakfast ________ ago.
 
 A) this morning  B) three hours  C) 7.30 a.m. 

3. When _____ you last _______ tennis?
 
 A) did/play  B) do/play  C) did/played 

4. ______ you like _______ coffee?
 
 A) do/any  B) are/some  C) would/some 

5. There isn’t ________milk in the fridge.
 
 A) many  B) much  C) a 

6. Have you got _________ brothers?
 
 A) some  B) any  C) the 

7. The buildings in Venice are __________ the buildings in New York.
 
 A) older than  B) more older than  C) much old than 

8. Vienna is __________ city in Austria.
 
 A) the most beautiful  B) the beautiful lest  C) more beautiful than 

9. This restaurant is very, very good. It's __________ restaurant in London.
 
 A) the better  B) the good  C) the best 

10. I ________ a jumper and a jacket because it's cold today.
 
 A) wear  B) 's wearing  C) 'm wearing 

11. ________ Jim _____ today?
 
 A) Do / work  B) Is / working  C) Does / works 

12. Look, it's very cloudy. It __________ .
 
 A) 's going to rain  B) rainy  C) raining 

13.When _____ Polly _____ with her friend in Madrid?
 
 A) does / going to stay  B) — / is going to stay  C) is / going to stay 

14. I'm going to Egypt ___________ the pyramids.
 
 A) seeing  B) to see  C) going to see

15. _________ did you buy your jacket?' 'At a shop in town.'
 
 A) When  B) Why  C) Where

16. 'How much did you pay for your book?' ____________
 
 A) £8.50  B) Hewitt's Bookshop  C) To read some Shakespeare

17. ______ you ever _____ Mexican food?
 
 A) Have / eat  B) Have / ate  C) Have / eaten 

18. Olivia __________ to Rome.
 
 A) has never been  B) has ever been  C) hasn't never been

19. 'I've met Robbie Williams.' 'When __________ ?'
 
 A) have you met  B) did you met him  C) did you meet him

20. Raquel and James have _______ had a baby.
 
 A) yet  B) just  C) ever

21. Has Nigel cooked dinner _____ ?
 
 A) yet  B) ever  C) just

22. ________ 's the weather like in Mexico City?
 
 A) low  B) What  C) Which

23. My grandmother started work ________1960.
 
 A) in  B) by  C) on

24. It's snowy — please drive _____ .
 
 A) carefully  B) easily  C) careful

25. Let's go for a ______ swim.
 
 A) quick  B) badly  C) well



III. Put  each  of the  following  words  in its  place in the  passage  below.

 software      computers      peripherals      calculator     ports

 monitor        keyboard      configuration    hardware     printer

 

So  you  only  have  a  pocket (1)_____to do  addition, multiplication and so  on, you  want to  know  about  real (2)_____? Right. Well,  the  machines  themselves are  called  the (3)_____ and  the  programs that  you  feed into  them  are  called the (4)_____. If  you  want  to  see   the  results  of  what  you  are  doing,  you’ll  need a (5)____or  you’ll  have to  plug  into a television  set.  You’ll  operate  your  machine  like  a  typewriter  by  pressing   keys  on  the (6)______. If  you  want  to record  on  the  paper of  what  you  are  doing, you’ll  need   a (7)______. On  the  rear  panel of  the  computer there several (8)_______into  which  you  can  plug a  wide  range  of  (9)______--modems,  fax  machines  and  scanners.  The main  physical  units  of  a  computer  system   are  generally  known  as  the  (10)______.

 

IV. Match the words and their descriptions.


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