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Итоговый тест за первый юнит по английскому языку в 9 классе к учебнику М. З Биболетовой "Enjoy English"

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Test Variant 1

  1. Match the words with the definition

    old-fashioned

    to be grateful for something

    appreciate

    to do harm to people who have trusted you or to tell someone’s secret to other people

    reserve

    a person who worries and pays too much attention to unimportant things

    betray

    to arrange that something (a room, a ticket) is kept for you, to book a room, a ticket

    a fusser

    not modern any more, out-of-date

    quarrel

    angry and unhappy because someone you love shows interest in other person

    observe

    to have an argument

    jealous

    to do what you should do according to law or agreement

  2. Complete the sentences with the right word

elegant, get along, disappoint, entertainment, annoying, relaxed, betray, observe.

  1. Tom is a dangerous driver – he does know the traffic rules, but he does not … them.

  2. Have a look at Jessica. She manages to look … even in old jeans and a cotton shirt.

  3. The boys are very different. I don’t think they’ll ….as roommates.

  4. I don’t approve your friendship with Jim. He doesn’t seem to be a reliable person. He may … you one day.

  5. I have to … you, I’m afraid. The tickets for the show are all sold out.

  6. I really enjoy my first day at school. The atmosphere was… and friendly. Even the teachers didn’t mind some cheerful noise in the classroom.

  7. There’s a wide choice of … in our town – an amusement park, several cinemas and a skating rink.

  8. Lisa calls me every day to ask all sorts of questions about my boyfriend. It’s very ….

  1. Divide the word combinations into 2 groups( with positive and negative meaning) and write down your translation:

Amuse children, take care of the elderly, stick up for a friend, approve of a plan, cheat in the exam, encourage young people, observe the rules of the game, fight like cats and dogs, get stressed out, betray friends, envy someone’s beauty, ignore colleagues

Positive meaning

Negative meaning















  1. Fill in the gaps with the correct forms of the words in CAPITAL LETTWRS at the end of each line.

  1. Johanna is so__________________ all she ever talks about is her job and her career. BORE

  2. We took part in shooting a film! We helped a camera man! It was so ______________! EXCITE

  3. We were ____________________ by the noise outside the room. We couldn’t concentrate on the problem and felt that we were wasting time. ANNOY

  4. The children enjoy their holidays with grandpa. Every day they were ___________________ with stories, songs and magic tricks. ENTERTAIN

  5. We found your friend very __________________. He knows a lot about arts, politics and whatever. INTEREST



Test Variant 2

  1. Match the words with the definition

chatterbox

to think that something or someone is good or right

approve

to behave dishonestly in order to get some advantage

annoying

to make someone feel unhappy because something they expected did not happen

cheer up

a person who talks too much

cheat

very pleased and happy



disappoint

making you feel slightly angry

delighted

to become less sad or to make someone feel less sad



  1. Complete the sentences with the right word

stuntman, bookworm, deserve, outing, misunderstanding, ignoring, intense, entertainment.

  1. I don’t think I’ll ever move to a city. Life is very … there, which is stressful for me.

  2. Nom knows some famous actors personally. He worked as a … and took their place when something dangerous had to be done in the film.

  3. There’s a wide choice of … in our town – an amusement park, several cinemas and a skating rink.

  4. I can’t get in touch with Kitty. She hasn’t taken any of my calls for 5days. She seems to be … me.

  5. He never goes out with us. He just sits in his room reading books. He is a real …..

  6. I’m sorry I didn’t mean any harm. It’s just some …as I don’t know your culture very well.

  7. You are smart and reliable. You definitely … a better job and you’ll get one soon.

  8. Do you remember our class … to the theater? The show was brilliant, wasn’t it?



  1. Divide the word combinations into 2 groups( with positive and negative meaning) and write down your translation:

Disappoint the teacher, relax in the armchair, get jealous of someone’s talent, get tired of work, entertain foreign guests, encourage young people, annoy people, get along with your classmates, stickup for a friend, cheer up your mother, get stressed out, cheat in the exam.

Positive meaning

Negative meaning















  1. Fill in the gaps with the correct forms of the words in CAPITAL LETTWRS at the end of each line.

  1. She didn’t take part in the conversation. She was ____________ and didn’t try to conceal it. BORE

  2. The newspaper wrote about a _______________ rise of employment. The economy was getting unstable. WORRY

  3. Phil showed the girls several card tricks and they found him very ________________. AMUSE

  4. I saw Jim this weekend. He has passed all the exams and looks happy and ___________. RELAX

  5. I didn’t know your friend was __________________ in politics. We have some rare newspapers here; he can have a look if he wants. INTEREST



Test Variant 3

  1. Match the words with the definition

intense

to stay away from something or somebody, not to take part

stressed

to get away from a dangerous place or a dangerous situation

avoid

very busy and active

escape

to have a picnic, excursion or a pleasant trip

entertain

to wish to have the thing or ability some other person has and you don’t

outing

very worried and tired, affected by stress

envy

a person who likes reading very much

bookworm


to amuse people, to do something so that they have fun and good time





  1. Complete the sentences with the right word

deserves, delighted, observe, disappointed, reserve, appreciate, envies, sound.

  1. What’s wrong with your voice? You … like you’ve been crying.

  2. Tim is popular with his schoolmates. And he … it –he is really a nice guy.

  3. Phil has won two tickets for a rock show. I’m going with him. I fell absolutely ….

  4. We’ll never be good friends with Sophie. She … my success and tries to spoil everything.

  5. Tom is a dangerous driver – he does know the traffic rules, but he does not … them.

  6. He is nice and he really wants to help. I… it, but I want to do it by myself.

  7. The show is very popular with kids and their parents. If you want to see it next Sunday, we need to call and … the tickets right now.

  8. I was really … with the tests results. I had never got such low grades.



  1. Divide the word combinations into 2 groups( with positive and negative meaning) and write down your translation:

Follow the advice, support children, bore your classmates, relax in the armchair, envy someone’s beauty, appreciate someone’s help, get stressed out, betray friends, ignore colleagues, amuse children, take care of the elderly, argue with parents.

Positive meaning

Negative meaning















  1. Fill in the gaps with the correct forms of the words in CAPITAL LETTWRS at the end of each line.

  1. He always calls to ask about the home task. It’s so ______________! Can he just write it down in class? ANNOY

  2. I often go to the concerts, especially at the end of a working week. I find music very ______________.RELAX

  3. We had a lot of rehearsal (репетиция) for the performance, and when the cameraman came to shoot it, everyone felt very happy and ________________. EXCITE

  4. Lisa was talking about her trip. Jim was___________________ by her lovely voice and fell asleep. CHARM

  5. I don’t like horror films. They are _______________________ FRIGHTEN





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