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Контрольная работа к учебнику Афанасьевой О.В. 7 класс 1 полугодие


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Административная контрольная работа по английскому языку 7 класс

Вариант 1

  1. Listen to these stories and match the people with their hopes:

Sean / Mel/ Justin/ Martin/ Amy/ Alison

  1. I’d like to have my own business, something like a flying school.

  2. I’m going to be an astronaut and fly to Mars.

  3. I’m looking forward to having more time to do the things I want to do.

  4. I’d like to have one of my places performed on the London stage.

  5. We hope to find work as we go round the world.

  6. We’re thinking of moving because the children will be leaving home.

  7. Установите соответствие между заголовками A–F и текстами 1–5.

Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании есть один лишний заголовок.

A. Geographical position D. State holiday

B. Education E. Pages of history

C. The famous town F. Sights


1. More than 80 percent of New Zealand’s population are Britons or Europeans.

That's why the New Zealand school system is similar to the British one. Education is free and compulsory for children between the ages of 6 and 16.The school year starts in January (after the summer holidays) and ends in December. In most schools wearing a school uniform is obligatory. For New Zealand teenagers daily life takes place in school where they stay up to the late afternoon.

2. Canada occupies most of the northern North America continent as well as some islands. It stretches from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west. It's also washed by the Arctic Ocean in the north. The country was discovered in 1497 by John Cabot, an Italian sea captain. About 2% of the Canadian territory is covered with ice. The eastern part of the country is mainly valleys and plains. The western territories are made up of the Cordilleras.

3. Most Americans simply call the Independence Day the “Fourth of July”. It always falls on this day, and it celebrates the signing of the Declaration of

Independence on July 4, 1776. At that time, the people of the 13 British colonies were involved in a war which had begun in 1775. The colonists were fighting for freedom from the English. The Declaration of Independence stated it clearly. For the first time in history the colonies were defined as the United States of America.

4. With great weather, great events and terrific crowds Australia Day in Melbourne in 2010 was one of the best ever! It is a day for all Australians to get together and, in whatever way they choose, celebrate being Australian. 1788 is when the British Fleet first arrived at Sydney Cove and lifted the British flag. Now, major cities throughout the country celebrate the national day with parades, free food, and different events.

5. Cambridge lies in East Anglia, about 50 miles north of London. The river Cam flows through it. It gets the name Cambridge from the river. It's a compact green city. There is always something to do and to see in the city: walk in the parks and gardens, visit museums and galleries, enjoy the festivals or relax in small cafés. The city is best known as the home of Cambridge University, one of the world's best universities. It was founded in 1209 and it consists of 30 colleges.



Task III. Form the necessary derivatives from the words on the right and complete the sentences.

  1. That day the weather was rather…

CHANGE

  1. The young lady was well-educated and very …

ATTRACT

  1. I can’t find any…. dress for the party.

SUIT

  1. Thanks, you have been most …

HELP

  1. Correct … is very important for you.

PRONOUNCE

  1. What’s the … of the word?

MEAN

  1. A … path ran along the valley.

WIND

  1. What … instrument can you play?

MUSIC

  1. He got higher …. in Oxford.

EDUCATE

  1. Where did you spend your …?

CHILD

  1. The old lady looked …

DISAPPOINT





Task IV. Form verbs and complete the sentences.

  1. The houses … every year.

BUILD

  1. If the weather is fine, my friends … the mountains.

CLIMB

  1. He … my elder brother.

BE

  1. Tomorrow she … to the cinema.

GO

  1. They would play football if they … homework.

DO

  1. When my mother came, I … already my favourite program..

WATCH

  1. She … never across the river.

SWIM

  1. He always … to school in time.

NOT COME

  1. Last week I … to take my English book.

FORGET

  1. My sister … a lot of toys.

HAVE

  1. Look! My friend ….

SKATE

  1. We …. a book at 5 o’clock yesterday.

READ



Task V. You have 30 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your English–speaking pen friend, Ben.


My Dad likes to collect books on art. I take lesson of drawing! What is your hobby? What do you do in your free time? Do you like drawing and why?...


Write him a letter, ask and answer his 3 questions.

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

















Административная контрольная работа по английскому языку 7 класс

Вариант 2

  1. Listen to these stories and match the people with their hopes:

Sean / Mel/ Justin/ Martin/ Amy/ Alison

  1. I’d like to have my own business, something like a flying school.

  2. I’m going to be an astronaut and fly to Mars.

  3. I’m looking forward to having more time to do the things I want to do.

  4. I’d like to have one of my places performed on the London stage.

  5. We hope to find work as we go round the world.

  6. We’re thinking of moving because the children will be leaving home.

  7. Установите соответствие между заголовками A–F и текстами 1–5.

Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании есть один лишний заголовок.

A. How to learn about Backpackers? D. What facilities can Backpackers provide?

B. For whom are Backpackers? E. How much is to stay in Backpackers?

C. Who stays at Backpackers? F. What is there in a Backpackers room?


1. Backpackers hotels or just Backpackers are extremely popular in Australia. They are the same as Youth Hostels in Britain, but have a different name. The name comes from the word “backpack” – an Australian equivalent for “rucksack”. Backpackers are places where travellers can stay for a night or for a longer time. The name “backpackers” suggests that if people travel on their own with backpacks, they don’t normally care for luxury and services an expensive hotel can provide. So, the place is designed for people to stay cheaply and safely while their travelling round the country or probably taking some educational courses.

2.Though people who stay at Backpackers are not very particular about the range of services and the equipment of the room, Backpackers normally meet all reasonable requirements. Three or four people can normally stay in one room. The room is furnished with beds, clean and fresh linen, bedcovers and towels are provided. Often one can see bunk beds there. This is quite

convenient and saves room. There is also a desk, a couple of chairs, a mirror and a wardrobe in the room. Some rooms have en suite showers, but sometimes toilets and showers are provided on a communal basis.

3. These types of hotels appeared in the beginning of the twentieth century, they were used primarily by students as they needed cheap places to stay. Now there are thousands of them all over the world and people of different ages and different statuses enjoy staying there. There are retired people, groups of tourists on their own, families with and without kids and certainly students. They come from different countries and represent different cultures but

everyone who likes nature and wants to explore the world is welcome in this

friendly and easy-going community.

4. Usually there is a kitchen with the most essential kitchen appliances and equipment such as dishes, a refrigerator, a microwave and a coffee maker. So, visitors can prepare their own food or eat in a cafe. Backpackers’ cafes can offer simple but tasty dishes for very reasonable price. There is usually a TV in the hall, books and newspapers the visitors can borrow and the Internet facilities. There is also a laundry room with several washing machines, where one can get

their clothes washed very cheaply.

5. Information about Backpackers is available in tourist agencies and International centers, in all kinds of tourists booklets and guides, and certainly in the Internet. As prices and facilities in different Backpackers may vary, it’s usually a good idea to call beforehand and ask about the things which are important for you. In high season the prior contact is very advisable. Backpackers can simply be full as they are getting more and more popular with people of different ages and nationalities.

Task III. Form the necessary derivatives from the words on the right and complete the sentences.

8. I would like to buy a new …. dress.

FASHION

9. I don’t think these methods can be …

EFFECT

10. English has become the … language of the 21th century.

GLOBE

11. That was a … meeting.

DANGER

12. Mr. Brown was a…. businessman.

PROSPER

13. It was … news.

STRIKE

14. They were very … towards the strangers.

HOSPITABLE

15. The world faces a lot of … problems.

ECOLOGY

16. Are the boys … to each other? They look alike.

RELATION

17. She is really very … about was has happened.

REGRET

18. The last film I saw was very …

BORE



Task IV. Form verbs and complete the sentences.


19. Last summer we… in the country.

LIVE

20. I … my homework when my mother came.

DO

21. At 6 o’clock yesterday Nick … to the café.

GO

22. She… me up from London now.

RING

23. She is so upset. She … just her key.

LOSE

24. They ….dinner every day.

HAVE

25. Next winter my friends …

SKI

26. Nick and Tom ….my classmates.

BE

27. I … it if you asked me.

NOT DO

28. Hockey …. in winter.

PLAY

29. Alice … to the radio every evening.

NOT LISTEN

30. If it…., the children will play snowballs.

SNOW



Task V. You have 30 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your English–speaking pen friend, Ben.


My Dad likes spending a lot of time in the open air. I enjoy watching the countryside change. What is your hobby? What do you do in your free time? Do you like climbing mountains and why?...


Write him a letter, ask and answer his 3 questions.

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














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