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Контрольная работа ARTICLE LEVEL B

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для 1 КУРСА специальности 23.02.03, 190604

«Техническое обслуживание и ремонт автомобильного транспорта»


Вьюшкова Екатерина Алексеевна



Контрольная работа по грамматической теме “THE ARTICLE

(LEVEL B) проводится в группах 1 курса, поступивших на базе общего образования по специальности 23.02.03 «Техническое обслуживание и ремонт автомобильного транспорта». Цель данной работы – выявление и дальнейшее устранение пробелов в знаниях студентов. Представлено 20 вариантов.

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Moscow is (1)… capital of Russia, its (2)…political, (3)…economic, (4)…commercial and (5)…cultural centre.

It was founded (6)… eight centuries ago by(7)… Prince Yuri Dolgoruky. (8)…Historians have accepted (9)… year of 1147 as the start of Moscow’s history. Gradually (10)… city became more and more powerful. In (11)… 13th century Moscow was (12)… centre of the struggle of Russian lands for the liberation from the tartar joke. In (13)… 16th century under(14)… Ivan the Terrible Moscow became (15)… capital of (16)… new state. Though Peter the Great moved the capital to St. Petersburg in 1712, Moscow remained (17)… heart of Russia. That is why it became (18)… main target of Napoleon’s attack. Three-quarters of the city was destroyed by (19)…fire during (20)Napoleon’s occupation, but by (21)… middle of the 19th century Moscow had been completely restored. After the October revolution Moscow became the capital again. Now Moscow is one of

(22)… largest cities in (23)… Europe.

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St .Petersburg is (1)… second largest city in Russia and one of (2)… most beautiful cities in(3)… world. It was founded in 1703 by Peter the Great as (4)… “Window

on the West”. (5)…Thousands of workmen were brought from (6)…all parts of (7)…Russia to build (8)… new city on the swampy land at the mouth of (9)… Neva River. Peter the Great was in a hurry. (10)… work was fast and hard, and workmen dropped dead by the hundreds. But (11)… work went on.

In (12)… 1917 St. Petersburg, (13)…a city of (14)… great beauty, with palaces, cathedrals, churches, government buildings became (15)… capital. Under later rulers (16)… new capital of Russia grew rapidly in (17)… wealth and (18)… beauty.

(19)…architects were brought from western Europe to lay out the city in harmonious squares. (20)… buildings were constructed of grey and rose-coloured granite.

(21)… Hermitage Palace and (22)… Winter Palace, the homes of the tsars, were equal to any in (23)… Europe.

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London is (1) … capital of Great Britain, its political, (2)…economic and

(3)…commercial centre. It’s one of (4)… largest cities in the world and (5)…

largest city in (6)… Europe.

London is one of the oldest and most interesting cities in the world.

Traditionally it’s divided into several parts: (7)… City, (8) … Westminster, (9) …

West End and (10) … East End. They are very different from each other and

seem to belong to different towns and epochs.

The heart of London is the City, its (11) …financial and (12)… business centre.

Numerous banks, offices and firms are situated there. Few (13)… people live here, but

over (14) … million people come to the City to work. There are some famous ancient

buildings within the City. (15)… most striking of them is St. Paul’s Cathedral , (16)…

greatest of British churches. It was built in (17)… 17th century. The Tower of

London was rebuilt in (18) … 1066. It was used as (19) … fortress, (20) … royal

Palace and (21) … prison. Now it’s a museum.

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There are four seasons in (1)… year: (2)…spring, (3)…summer, (4)…autumn and

(5)… winter. Every season is beautiful in its own way.

When (6)…spring comes (7)… nature awakens from its long winter sleep.

(8) … days become longer and (9)… nights become shorter. The ground is

covered with emerald-green grass and spring flowers. (10)… air is fresh,(11)… sky

is blue and cloudless , and (12)… sun shines brightly. The trees are in full blossom.

The nightingale begins to sing its lovely songs, and(13)… sweet melodies may be heard

from every wood and park. The days are warm and everything is full of (14)…life and

(15) … joy. (16)…spring is followed by (17)…summer. The weather is usually fine in

(18)…summer, but it can be very hot, especially in (19)…July. Sometimes there are

storms with (20)…thunder and (21)…lightning. In (22)…summer people try to get away

from the city noise and spend more time in the open air. They pick mushrooms and

berries in the forest, swim in the rivers and lakes, go fishing and boating. Most people

prefer to have their holidays in (23)… summer.

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There are four seasons in (1)… year: (2)…spring, (3)…summer, (4)…autumn and

(5)… winter. Every season is beautiful in its own way.

(6)…autumn begins in September. (7)… days become shorter and

(8)… nights become longer. The leaves turn yellow, red and brown and fall to

(9)… ground. Most birds fly away to (10)… warm countries. There’s a short spell of

dry sunny weather in September which is called Indian Summer. It’s (11) … beautiful

time when (12)… sky is cloudless, (13)… trees around are golden, (14)… air

is transparent and it’s still warm. But gradually it gets colder and colder. It often rains

in (15)… October and (16)… November which makes (17)… autumn

(18) … unpleasant season.

In (19)…winter the sun sets early and rises late. The rivers and lakes are frozen

over. Everything is covered with (20)… snow. Sometimes it’s very cold, about 25-30

degrees below zero. Going out in such (21)… weather isn’t very pleasant.

(22)…winter is a good time for sports. (23)… people go in for skating and skiing.

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Millions of (1)… people all over (2)… world spend their holidays travelling.

They travel to see (3)… other countries, (4)… modern cities and (5)… ruins of

ancient towns, they travel to enjoy picturesque places, or just for a change of

(6) … scene. It’s always interesting to discover (7)… new things, different ways of life,

to meet different people, to try (8)… different food, to listen to (9)… different

musical rhythms.

Those who live in the country like to go to (10)… big city and spend their time

visiting museums and art galleries, looking at (11)… windows and dining at (12)…

exotic restaurants. City-dwellers usually like (13)… quite holiday by (14) … sea or in

(15) … mountains, with nothing to do but walk and bathe and laze in(16)… sun.

(17)… most travelers and holiday-makers take (18)… camera with them and take

pictures of everything that interests them -- (19)… sights of a city, old churches and

castles, views of mountains, lakes, valleys, plains, waterfalls, forests: different kinds of

trees, flowers and plants, animals and birds.

Later, perhaps (20)… years later, they’ll be reminded by (21)… photos of

(22)… happy time they have had.

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  1. climate in Great Britain is (2)…mild and temperate due to (3)… influence of

(4)… Gulf Stream.

The British often say :”Other countries have (5)… climate; in England we

have (6)… weather. (7)… weather in Britain is very changeable. A fine morning

can change into a wet afternoon and evening. And a nasty morning can change to a fine afternoon. That’s why it is natural for (8)… British to use the comparison “as changeable as (9)… weather” of (10) … person who often changes his mood or opinion about something.

(11)… British also say that they have (12)… three variants of (13)… weather:

when it rains in (14)… morning, when it rains in (15)… afternoon or when it rains all (16)…day long.

(17)… weather is (18)… favourite conversational topic in (19)… England.

When two Englishmen meet, their first words will be “How do you do?” or

How are you?” And after the reply “Very well, thank you; how are you?”

(20)… next remark is almost certain to be about (21)… weather. When they go abroad (21)… British often surprise people of other nationalities by this tendency

to talk about (22)… weather, (23)… topic of conversation that other people do not find so interesting.

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(1)… climate in Great Britain is (2)…mild and temperate due to (3)… influence of

(4)… Gulf Stream.

(5)…the best time of the year in Britain is (6)… spring.

(7) … two worst months in Britain are (8)… January and (9)… February.

They are cold, damp and unpleasant. (10)… best place in the world then is

at (11) … home by the big fire.

(12)… summer months are rather cold and there can be a lot of rainy days.

So most people who look forward to (13)… summer holidays, plan

to go (14)…abroad for (15)… summer -– to (16)… France, (17)… Spain or

some other place on (18)… Continent.

The most unpleasant aspect of British weather is (19)… fog and (20)… smog.

This is extremely bad in big cities and especially in London.

The fog spreads everywhere, it is in the streets and it creeps into the houses.

(21)… cars move along slowly, but still streets (22)… accidents are frequent in

the fog. People cannot see each other. They creep along the houses touching them

with their hands not to lose their way or not to be run over by (23)… car.

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The Russian Federation is (1)… largest country in (2)… world. It occupies about one-seventh of (3)… earth’s surface. It covers the eastern part of (4)… Europe and the northern part of (5)… Asia. Its total area is about 17 million square kilometers.

(6)… country is washed by 12 seas of 3 oceans: (7)… Pacific, (8)… Arctic

and (9)… Atlantic. In (10)… south Russia borders on China, Mongolia, Korea, Kazakhstan, Georgia and Azerbaijan. In (11)… west it borders on Norway, Finland, The Baltic States, Belorussia, the Ukraine. It also has a sea-border with the USA.

There’s hardly (12)…a country in (13)… world where such a variety of scenery and

(14)…vegetation can be found. We have (15) … steppes in the south, (16)…plains

and (17)… forests in the midland, (18)…- tundra and (19)… taiga in the north,

(20)… highlands and (21) … deserts in the east.

There are over two million rivers in Russia. Europe’s biggest river(22)… Volga,

Flows into (23)… Caspian Sea. The main Siberian rivers --- (24)… Ob,

(25)… Yenisei and (26)… Lena --- flow from the south to the north.

(27)… Amur in the Far East flows into (28)… Pacific Ocean.

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Russia is rich in beautiful (1)… lakes. (2)… world’s deepest lake is Lake Baikal.

It’s much smaller than (3)… Baltic Sea, but there’s much more water in it than in

(4)… Baltic Sea. The water in (5)… lake is so clear that if you look down you can count

(6)… stones on the bottom.

Russia has one-sixth of (7)… world’s forests. They are concentrated in (8)…European

North of the country, in (9)… Siberia and in (10)… Far East.

On the vast territory of the country there are various types of (11)… climate, from arctic

in (12)… north to subtropical in (13)… south. In the middle of the country

(14)… climate is temperate and continental.

Russia is very rich in oil, coal, iron ore, natural gas, copper, nickel and (15)… other

mineral resources.

Russia is (16)… parliamentary republic. (17)… Head of State is (18)… President.

The legislative powers are exercised by (19)… Duma.

(20)… capital of Russia is (21)… Moscow. It’s largest political, scientific, cultural and industrial (22)… centre. It’s one of (23)... oldest Russian cities.

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Moscow is one of (1)… most beautiful cities in (2)… world and one of (3)… largest cities

in (4) … Europe. The heart of Moscow is (5)… Red Square. It has more historic associations than any other place in (6)… Moscow. The Kremlin and St. Basil’s Cathedral (Vasily Blazheny)

are (7)… masterpieces of ancient Russian architecture. (8)… main Kremlin tower,

(9)… Spasskaya Tower, has become (10)… symbol of the country. On the territory of

(11)… Kremlin you can see old cathedrals, (12)… Bell Tower of Ivan the Great,

(13)… Tzar-Cannon and (14)… Tzar-Bell, the biggest cannon and bell in the world.

St. Basil’s Cathedral was built in the mid-16th century in (15)… memory of the victory over Kazan. There’s a legend that Ivan the Terrible blinded (16)… architects Barma and Postnik, because he didn’t want them to create another masterpiece.

There are a lot of (17)… beautiful palaces, (18)… old mansions, (19)… cathedrals,

(20)… churches and (21)… monuments in Moscow. Now Moscow is being reconstructed

and we all hope that in a few years the city will become even more beautiful.

Moscow is (22)… seat of the Russian Parliament (the Duma) and (23)… centre of

political life of the country.

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The word library comes from the Latin word liber, meaning “a book”.

The library today is (1)… centre for all kinds of communications: printed, pictured, recorded, and electronically stored. People go to (2)… library to read, look, listen, search, inquire, discuss, relax, learn and think.

(3)…libraries can be found in many places. There are libraries in (4)… small towns

and (5)… large cities, and there are libraries in (6)… schools, (7)… universities,

(8)… colleges.

The largest and best known libraries in the world are: (9)… British National Library in London, (10)… Library of Congress in Washington and (11)… Russian State Library

in Moscow.

Most libraries have (12)… professionally educated staff whose (13)… first duty is to help you. (14)…librarians also select and purchase books and other materials, organize

(15)… materials so that you can easily use them, answer questions about (16)…facts,

(17)…people, (18)… events, or advise you how to find (19)… information you need.

Many people have (20)… books at (21)… home. These are (22)… books of their

favourite authors, (23)… dictionaries and (24)… reference books and the like.

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The Olympic Games have (1)… very long history. They began in 777 BC in (2)… Greece

and took place (3)… every four years for nearly twelve centuries at (4)… Olympia.

They included many different kinds of (5)… sports: running, boxing, wrestling, etc.

All (6)… cities in (7)… Greece sent their best athletes to (8)… Olympia to compete

in (9)… Games. For the period of (10)… Games all (11)… wars stopped. So the Olympic Games became (12)… symbol of (13)… peace and (14)…- friendship.

In 394 AD the Games were abolished and were not renewed many centuries later.

In (15)…1896 the first modern Olympic Games took place. (16)… competitions were held in (17)… Greece to symbolize the continuation of the centuries-old tradition.

In this year the International Olympic Committee was set up. It is (18)… central

policy-making body of (19)… Olympic movement. It is formed by (20)… representatives of

(21)… all countries which take part in the Olympic Games.

Russia joined the Olympic movement in 1952. Since then it has won a lot of gold, silver,

and bronze medals. In 1980 Moscow hosted (22)… Twenty-Second Olympic Games.

Now our country is preparing for the Olympic Games in 2014 which will be held in Sochi.

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With the arrival the new millennium London’s face has changed. From now on,

(1)… UK’s capital is going to be an even more exciting place to visit.

The observation wheel erected on (2)… bank of (3)… River Thames is more than double the height of (4)… Big Ben! It’s called the London Eye and on (5)… clear day you’ll be able to see seven countries from its top! (6) … Wheel doesn’t stop for (7)… passengers

--- instead they just walk into (8)… large egg-shaped glass capsules while it is in motion.

(9)… full trip takes (10)… 30 minutes.

The Millennium Dome is probably the most ambitious of all millennium projects.

It’s (11)… largest building of its kind in (12)… world. It’s over 50 metres high and

over 300 metres in (13) … diameter.

The Dome was designed by (14)… architect Richard Rogers. There are (15)… 14 exhibition zones in the Dome, and each of them has something to amaze and educate everyone who visit it. In Home Planet zone, for example, you’ll be able to go on (16)… virtual trip through space.

The Millennium Bridge is (17)… thin blade of (18)… steel with wooden decking, connecting the Tate Gallery of Modern Art with the steps of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

It is (19)… first pedestrian-only bridge to be built across (20)… Thames for more than 100 years.

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The mass media plays (1)… important part in our lives. Newspapers, radio and especially TV inform us of what is going on in this world and give us wonderful possibilities for

(2)... education and (3)… entertainment. They also influence the way we see (4)… world.

It is true that (5)… world today is full of (6)… dramatic events and most news seems to be bad news. But people aren’t interested in (7)… ordinary events. That is why there are so many (8)… programmes and (9)… articles about natural disasters, plane crashes, wars, murders and robberies. (10)… good news doesn’t usually make headlines. Bad news does.

The main source of (11)… news for millions of people is television. People like TV news because they can see everything with their own eyes. And that’s (12)… important advantage.

Seeing, as we know, is believing. Besides, it’s much more difficult for (13)… politicians to lie in front of (14)… cameras than on (15)… pages of newspapers.

Still, many people prefer (16)… radio. It’s good to listen to it in (17)… car, or in the open air, or when you do something about (18)… house.

The Internet has recently become another important source of (19)… information.

Its main advantage is that (20)… news appears on (21)… screen as soon as things happen in (22)… real life and you don’t have to wait for (23)… news time on TV.

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When Edison was (1)… boy of fifteen, he worked as(2)…a telegraph operator.

He had to be on (3)…duty from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. and give (4)… signal every hour to prove that he was awake. (5)… signals were made with astonishing exactness. One night (6)… inspector arrived and saw Edison sleeping in (7)… chair.

He was about to shake him when he caught sight of (8)… mechanism

on (9)… table near (10)… telegraph instrument. He waited to see what happened. When (11)… hand of (12)… clock pointed to the hour,(13)… instrument got busy and one lever threw open (14)… key while the other sent (15) … signal over the wire.

(16)… inspector seized (17)… sleeping fellow, roused him – and “fired” him. That is why (18)… first of Edison’s numerous inventions was never patented.

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Scientists say that in (1)… future people will live longer. With healthier lifestyles and better medical care (2)... average person will live to 90 or 100 instead of 70 and 75 like today. When (3)… human genome is decoded, we’ll probably live up to 150.

But that’s tomorrow. And today, we continue to stuff ourselves with (4)… fast food ---

chips and pizzas, hamburgers and hot dogs. We are always in (5)… hurry. We have no time to enjoy (6)… home-cooked dinner with (7)… family and (8)… friends. We want to eat now and we want to eat fast.

What is (9)… tasty is not always (10)… healthy. (11)… doctors say that chips and pizzas are fattening, cola spoils our teeth and coffee shorten our lives.

(12)… lack of exercise is (13)… another serious problem. We spend hours in front of our computers and TV-sets. Few of us do (14)… morning exercises. We walk less, because we prefer to use (15)… cars or (16)… public transport.

It’s (17)... common knowledge that (18)… -- smoking and (19)… drinking can shorten our lives dramatically. (20)…cigarette-smoking, for example, kills about 3 million people every year. Many of them die from (21)… lung cancer. Some aren’t even smokers.

They are (22)…people who live or work with (23)… heavy smokers. So, why not take care of ourselves?

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In the past people learnt about (1)… news from newspapers. Nowadays people usually learn what is happening in (2)… country and in (3)… world from TV or radio news programmes or from (4)… Internet.

Still we cannot imagine our life without newspapers. There are (5)… dozens of them on every news-stand. There are newspapers for (6)… professionals, for (7)… business,

for (8)… children and (9)… teenagers, for (10)… men and (11)… women,

for (12)… sport fans, for those who are interested in (13)… gardening and for those who keep pets.

Some newspapers publish (14)… serious articles on politics, economy and finance, some aim to entertain their reader. Many newspapers express (15)… certain political opinion and people choose them according to their own political beliefs. In short, you can always find

(16)… paper which suits your interests.

Besides, there are many (17)… free local newspapers which are put into

(18)… post-boxes whether you ask for it or not. Probably they are not interesting, because they consist mainly of (19)… advertisements, but you can find (20)… lot of useful telephone

numbers and addresses and addresses there.

In short, TV, radio, and (21)… Internet have their advantages, but nothing can substitute

(22)… newspapers.

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People have dreamed of (1)… travelling in (2)… space for thousands of years. But it was not until 1957 that it became (3)… reality.

On October 4, 1957 (4)… Russia launched (5)… first man-made satellite into

(6)…space. It was called Sputnik 1.

On April 12, 1961 (7)… Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became (8)… first man

to orbit (9)… Earth.

(10)… first spacewoman in (11)… world was Valentina Tereshkova. She made

48 orbits in (12)… 1963 in her Vostok 6.

On July 20, 1969 (13)… American astronaut Neil Armstrong became (14)… first

Man to set foot on (15)… Moon.

In 1986 (16)… Russian space station Mir was launched.

(17)… progress is inevitable and soon we’ll be able to visit and even live on other planets.

(18)… 21st century may turn (19)…science fiction into science fact.

Scientists are already at work on (20)… International Space Station, a “city of space”.

It will be the size of a football field and will weigh over (21)… 200 tons.

(22)… team of 10-15 spacemen will probably be able to live and work at

(23)… International Space Station in (24)… nearest future.

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The planet Earth is only (1)… tiny part of (2)… universe, but it’s (3)… only place where human being can live.

Today, our planet is in (4)… serious danger. Acid rains, global warming, air and water pollution, overpopulation are (5)… problems that threaten human on Earth.

Who is to blame for (6)… disaster? The answer is simple: all of us.

Our forests are disappearing because they are cut down or burnt. If this trend continues, one day we won’t have enough oxygen to breathe.

(7)… seas are in danger. They are filled with (8)… poison: (9)… industrial and nuclear

waste, (10)… chemical fertilizers and (11)… pesticides. (12)… Mediterranean (Средиземное море) is already nearly dead; (13)… North Sea is following. If nothing is done about it, one day nothing will be able to live in ( 14)… seas.

Air pollution is another serious problem. In Cairo just breathing (15)… the air is dangerous

--- equivalent to smoking two packs of (16)… cigarettes a day. The same holds true for many

(17)… Russian cities.

Factories emit (18)… tons of harmful chemicals. These emissions have disastrous consequences for our planet. They are (19)… main reason for (20)… greenhouse effect and (21)… acid rains.

An even greater threat are (22)… nuclear power stations. We all know how tragic

(23)… consequences of (24)… Chernobyl disaster are.


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