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Контрольная работа для 11 класса по теме " Роль иностранного языка в современном мире" УМК New Millenium English

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Variant 1

  1. Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I can choose subjects, I shall never study English at school. There is a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult. Verb tenses makes me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them! Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try finding it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch nothing. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I ‘m musting find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too lately for me to begin!

  1. Choose the correct word:

  1. Nowadays, there is/there are many people who speak two or more/many languages.

  2. English is the more/a much/the most widely spread language in/at /on the world.

  3. Some/any learners of English has/have/had been problems with grammar.

  4. A lot of/any/ much people study/is studying/ are studying English for their job.

  5. Sometimes/anytime/next time I would be/should be/ may be more attentive.

  1. Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Fluently, well-rounded, what counts, exception

  1. I have been in Spain last year. I saw many sights, but …it’s a good language experience.

  2. I could have a gold medal at school! My poor English is a bat … of all my brilliant results!

  3. . knowledge of language permits to know all features of language culture

  4. If I could speak English…., I feel myself more confidently.

Variant 2

  1. Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I could choose subjects, I would never study English at school. They are a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult. Verb tenses make me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them! Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try findly it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch something. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I musts find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too later for me to begin!

2.Choose the correct word:

a)If I were/was/has English native speaker, I could/should/would speak fluently.

b) I believe/ ‘m believing/has believed that knowledge of foreign language help/helps/is helping to be educated.

c) Russian attract/ attracts/is attracting me because this language sound/sounds/is sounding beautiful.

d) I think it is/was/has because we need to communicate better/good/well with our neighbours.

e) It’s often said/ says/saying that British people are not good at learn/learning/learned foreign languages.

3.Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Beneficial, broadens our mind, expanded, appreciation

a)Learning of foreign languages gets to better…of culture.

b)The journey to the UK …my knowledge of thi country.

c)…. is possible with the different ways: travelling, reading, learning languages.

d)Supporting of extinct cultures has …influence towards supporting of extinct languages.


Variant 3

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I would choose subjects, I could never study English at school. There is a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult. Verb tenses is making me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them! Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try to find it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch some. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I musted find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too lat for me to begin!

  1. Choose the correct word:

  1. The extinction of languages is/was/are a process that take/takes/makes place everywhere in the world.

  2. Many of 6 thousands languages which is/are/were spoken/speak/spoke not survive next 50 years.

  3. The larger culture needs/need/is needing to have a respect for/to/ towards minority languages.

  4. When species of animals or planet dies/died/is died, it reduces/reduced/’ll reduce the diversity of planet

  5. A language with a 100 thousand speakers may/can/mays die for/during 50 years.

  1. Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Communities, survival, archaeology, minority

  1. There are a lot of …in our world.

  2. Linguistic diversity is key to the …of our planet

  3. When people die, they leave signs of their presence in the world, their…

  4. Some cultures here are under the threat of total …and some measures for their protection should be taken.

Variant 4

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I could choose subjects, I would never study English at school. There are a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult. Verb tenses make me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them!Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try to find it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch anything. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I must find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too late for me to begin!

  1. Choose the correct word:

a)Sometime/anytime we think that English is/was/has useless for us .

b)Some languages are/were/has been in/ at/on minority nowadays.

c)Variety/ various of languages existed in/on/at past is diminishing .

d)A linguist was/has doing some/any/ many field work in the Mamblia.

e)The world’s/worlds languages are disappearing: in a/the hundred years’ time, 3000 ’ll be extinct .

3.Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Survive, reduced, diversity, extinct

a)The pollution should be… otherwise our planet’ll die .

b)…of languages is important for world’s culture.

c)…. languages should be supported.

d)Some measures could help extinct cultures to….


Variant 5

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I may choose subjects, I ‘ll never study English at school. There are a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult. Verb tenses made me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them! Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try finding it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch any. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I musted find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too lately for me to begin!

2.Choose the correct word:

a)The Bongou people are a/an/the ethnic minority in/at/on a former British colony in Africa.

b)The good/well/better language learner think/thinks of how she is learning.

c)She tries/tryes/try to find out what works for/on/towards her.

d)Some/any students are experts at/in communicating.

e)She is/has always looking for/through opportunities to develop her language.

3.Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Fluently, well-rounded, what counts, exception

a)I want to have…education in managing.

b)If I learnt words at school, I could speak more….

c) Technical subjects, as physics, ….for me.

d)Only one…is in this rule.

Variant 6

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I can choose subjects, I shall never study English at school. These are a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult.Verb tenses make me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them!Third, it’s very difficult to read.If I don’t know a word I come across, I try to find it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it,I forget what the sentence was about.Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch nothing. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I must find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too great for me to begin!

2.Choose the correct word:

a)Sometimes/anytime I think I could/can speak English more fluently.

b)English native/natives speakers are lazy at/in studying foreign languages.

c)If I could/can I would/should like to learn French.

d)I’m always impressed/impressing when I hear/heard foreign politics.

e)They tend to smile/smiling even they fail/fall.

3.Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Intelligent, accuracy, progress, profficient

a)I think she is very ….

b)The efficient English learner is concerned with …

c)My teacher told me that I have good …in maths.

d)She knows that it’ll take time and effort to become….

Variant 7

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I ‘ll choose subjects, I ‘ll never study English at school. There are a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult. Verb tenses maked me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them! Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try found it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch anything. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I should find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too late for me to begin!

2.Choose the correct word:

a)I don’t/doesn’t think I’m a/the good language learner because I’m lazy.

b)I promise/’ll promise that I would/will always learn the words.

c)I’ll do my best to become/becoming better/well in English.

d)The collie is/has an/a/the intelligent dog, easily trained to control sheep.

e)Intelligent is/are having or showing powers of/for learning.

3.Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Fluently, well-rounded, what counts, exception

a)I have been in Spain last year. I saw many sights, but …it’s a good language experience.

b)I could have a gold medal at school! My poor English is a bat … of all my brilliant results!

c)…. knowledge of language permits to know all features of language culture

d)If I could speak English…., I feel myself more confidently.


Variant 8

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I could choose subjects, I shall never study English at school. This is a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult.Verb tenses are making me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them!Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try be find it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch anything. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I can find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too late for me to begin!

2.Choose the correct word:

a)Russian equivalent is/has a/the/- translating of the word to Russian.

b)She keep/is keeping her notes in/at/on a tidy way.

c)Many/much languages has/have exceptions in its grammar.

d)Some/any students don’t/has’t want to study English.

e)If I was/were a director, I would/could take of foreign languages from the curriculum.

3.Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Progressive, independence, efficient, independent

a)If I could live separate of my parents, I’d become more….

b)To be yourself is your…

c) If you learn all grammar rules, you become more…

d)The…English learner is concerned on communicating .


Variant 9

  1. Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I - choose subjects, I would never study English at school. Them are a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult.Verb tenses were made me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them! Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try to find it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch all. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I’m able to find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too lait for me to begin!

2.Choose the correct word:

a)Without/out studying languages you can’t/couldn’t find a good job..

b)My friend try/tries to do her best in study/studying of English.

c)Because of/for many factors we have so many/much extinct languages today.

d) My uncle says/sais that it’s very/much important to know some languages.

e) You can/could perfectly appreciate yourself if you know/’ll know psychology.

3.Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Definition, words opposite in meaning, table, equivalent

a)The antonyms are the words … .

b)….is a meaning of the word.

c) We should group the words and make a…

d)I don’t know the …for this word.

Variant 10

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I could choose subjects, I can never study English at school. Those are a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult. Verb tenses made me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them! Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try to fend it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch anything. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I mast find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too lete for me to begin!

2.Choose the correct word:

a)There are/there is a lot of reasons for/of studying languages.

b)I don’t/doesn’t think at all of/for my grammar.

c) Try to do/doing your best and you become/would become more progressive.

d)Today’s communities don’t/doesn’t think of extinct cultures/cultures’.

e)There are/these are many exceptions in this rule, be more/many attentive.

3.Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Expanded, at least, pronounced, beneficial

a)This word is …with long “i”.

b)Frequent practice is … for developing speaking skills.

c) Mandarin Chinese is spoken by … 836 million.

d)This lesson…my knowledge very much.

Variant 11

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I was able choose subjects, I should never study English at school. There are a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult. Verb tenses ‘s making me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them!Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try to faind it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch anithing. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I musts find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too leit for me to begin!

  1. Choose the correct word:

a)My laziness disturbs/ is disturbing me to be a/the/- good language speaker.

b)I don’t/ couldn’t want to study English, I prefer/’ll prefer Eastern languages.

c)Many/much times I tried to study any/some language, but I couldn’t.

d)Doing/making homework helps you to be more/much/ many progressive.

e)At least/ the last 333 million speak/speaks Hindi.

  1. Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Fewer than, over, exception, to gain a better appreciation

a)Then follow German, French and Malay with…100 million speakers.

b)When the word is pronounced not according the rule, it’s an…

c) Learning foreign languages helps people … of their own culture.

d)Russian is spoken by…170 million.

Variant 12

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I must choose subjects, I wuld never study English at school. There a a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult. Verb tenses meik me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them! Third, it’s very difficult to read. If I don’t know a word I come across, I try tu faind it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch anithing. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I muct find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too late for me to begin!

2.Choose the correct word:

a)If you want/will want to prove your grammar, try/will try to do more practice .

b)She doesn’t/don’t like English, she prefers/is preferring Russian.

c)Do/have you learnt/learned those words?.

d)If I use/will use Present Perfect instead of/for Past Simple, I want to show the importance of the event .

e) My mother have/has studied 5 languages, she works/has been working as a translator for 5 years.

3.Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Fluent, cultural assimilation, genocide, reduce

a)When a culture is changed or disappeared, it’s called…

b)The fascist army made…against many nationalities.

c)If I could spend some time in France, I would soon become more…

d)…the diversity of languages leads to world’s cultural poverty.


Variant 13

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I can choose subjects, I could never study English at school. This are a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult. Verb tenses makes me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them!Third, it’s very difficult to read.If I don’t know a word I come across, I try to find it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch anyfing. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I must find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too lately for me to begin!

2.Choose the correct word:

a)There are/there is only 2 Bongou primary schools left/leaved.

b)The Manx language is spoken/ spoke on the/a/- Isle of Man up to the end of the 19th century.

c)When did/does the tribe council decide/decided that it would not develop a written form of the language?.

d)Only 500 Kets, north-west Siberian people/peoples speak/ were spoken their own language.

e)Do/does you agree/is agree that language diversity is “key to our survival”? .

3.Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Minority, responsibility, disaster, support

a)The death of a language is a…because language is part of people’s culture.

b)Whose …is it to save an endangered language?

c) What should the larger culture do for having respect …languages?

d)The…of extended languages is important for their survival .

Variant 14

1.Correct mistakes:

My attitude to learning English

If I could choose subjects, I can never study English at school. There is a lot of reasons for that. First, English grammar is very difficult.Verb tenses were made me lose sleep. Second, the words – there are so many of them and I can’t remember all of them!Third, it’s very difficult to read.If I don’t know a word I come across, I try finding it in a dictionary and while I’m looking for it, I forget what the sentence was about. Fourth, it’s listening. English-speaking people speak so quickly that I can’t catch anythink. I work at English very hard, but nothing helps. My friend says me that I may find something interesting to learn and that he began with the same problems six years ago. But I’m afraid, it is a bit too later for me to begin!

  1. Choose the correct word:

a)Pre-Columbian people spoke/had spoken 300 languages at time Columbus landed/had landed in America.

b)The Welsh language is/has/was spoken for/during about 12 centuries already.

c)Of the 175 languages recorded/had recorded across the RF, about half dozen/a dozen extinct.

d)My brother had/has promotion after he had/has learnt second language.

e)Try/to try write down the words in/at/on correct form.

  1. Put the necessary word and translate the sentences:

Fluently, well-rounded, what counts, exception

a)If you read .more books in original, you can speak…

b)My knowledge are…because I travel much.

c)I’m perfect in all! There is no….

d) I have been in France last year, ….I have improved my understanding of this culture.










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