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Контрольная работа по английскому языку в 8 классе за 3 четверть (по Биболетовой) 3 варианта

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The 8-th form

PROGRESS CHECK 3

V-1

PART I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Listen to the recording. On the recording you’ll hear the person talking about public libraries in Britain. As you listen to his comments, complete the following sentences. The first letters of the following words will help you.

1.Public libraries are f… . 2. 40 per cent of people use p… libraries.3. Libraries encourage people to b… as well as b… books. 4. H…, for most people’s purposes, the library is still q… and more effective. 5. These days many l… have CD-ROMS, computer games, DVDs of films and the I… .

PART II. USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY)

A1. Find the unnecessary word.

1) conclusion 2) shopping 3) encyclopedia 4) thriller 5) handbook 6) title 7)headline 8) description

A2. Match the cities to the countries they are located in.

1) Wellington a) New Zealand

2) Bombay b) Czech Republic

3) Bangkok c) India

4) Prague d) Thailand

A3. Choose the appropriate verb.

I think that she will not … to pass her exam.

1) prove 2) quit 3) manage 4) book

A4. Match the expressions to the right translation.

1) quit working a) доказать мужество

2) it proved to be easy b) управлять компанией

3) manage the company c) прекратить работать

4) prove courage d) это оказалось просто

A5. Mark the word that means job.

1) scandal 2) soap 3) documentary 4) producer

A6. Choose the appropriate word.

busy I am, I visit my granny twice a week.

1) Whenever 2) However 3) Whoever 4) Wherever

A7. Choose the right variant of the sentence in reported speech.

1) He says, “You are right.”
a) he says that I am right
b) he says which I right
c) he says I was right
d) he said I are right

2) He asked her, “Do you speak English?”
a) he asked her if she have spoke English
b) he asked her if she speaks English
c) he asked her if she had spoke English
d) he asked her if she spoke English

3) “Don’t talk with me,” she said to me.
a) she told me not to talk with her
b) she told me to not talk with her
c) she told me not to talk with me
d) she told me do not to talk with her

A8. Put in that, which or who.

1) The book _____ we are speaking about was written by Stephen King.

2) He sent me an answer _____ was very short.

A9. Make the sentence using the following words.

on/days/CDs/you/read/these/can/books

A10. Complete the sentences. Choose the correct variant.

  1. The (new/ news) is shocking.

  2. We have much (snow/ snows) in winter.


PART III. READING

"Television, computers, books"

As far as books and computers are concerned, I can say in my firm confidence that computers will never replace books. First because they fulfill different functions. It's true that both books and computers contain information. But one computer is worth the whole library. So perhaps, computers will replace reference books because it's quicker and easier to find the necessary information in the computer than in reference books.

But I'm sure computers can't be compared to fiction. Historical novels, adventure books, detective stories, science fiction, romance, poems, recommended by teachers create a special atmosphere. They take us into the imaginary world of high human emotions, exciting relations. A computer can help you in reading these books without turning the pages but working on the computer demands certain effort. You are to sit straight, not to stoop; you keep your finger on the keyboard. Besides computers have a harmful impact on the eyesight. In my opinion, it's impossible to read "War and Peace" on the screen. We'll lack something important: the invisible contact with the writer who speaks with us from the past centuries.

As to TV, its role is expressed in the proverb, "It's better to see than to hear". Paraphrasing it we can say it's good to see after you have read. Screen versions of literary masterpieces add much to our understanding the author and arouse unforgettable emotions. But books are the greatest wonders in the world, which brings us knowledge and bring us up. Through centuries and distances we can keep in touch with the greatest minds in the universe.


Choose the right answer.

1. The author doesn’t believe that books will be ever replaced by computers.

a) True b) False c) Not Stated

2. Computers are easier to find necessary information.

a) True b) False c) Not Stated

3. Reading on a computer is comfortable and healthy.

a) True b) False c) Not Stated

4. Many children prefer reading on the computers.

a) True b) False c) Not Stated

5. It is good to see before reading.

a) True b) False c) Not Stated




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PROGRESS CHECK 3

V-2

PART I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Listen to the recording. On the recording you’ll hear the person talking about public libraries in Britain. As you listen to his comments, complete the following sentences. The first letters of the following words will help you.

1.Public libraries are f… . 2. 40 per cent of people use p… libraries.3. Libraries encourage people to b… as well as b… books. 4. H…, for most people’s purposes, the library is still q… and more effective. 5. These days many l… have CD-ROMS, computer games, DVDs of films and the I… .

PART II. USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY)

A1. Find the unnecessary word.

1) essay 2) article 3) review 4) quiz 5) script 6) fate 7) guidebook 8) channel

A2. Match the cities to the countries they are located in.

1) Sydney a) France

2) Paris b) Ukraine

3) Los Angeles c) Australia

4) Kiev d) USA

A3. Choose the appropriate verb.

I can … that you are wrong.

1) prove 2) quit 3) manage 4) book

A4. Match the expressions to the right translation.

1) quit motherland a) доказать правду

2) prove the truth b) прекратить писать письма

3) manage the team c) покинуть отчизну

4) quit writing letters d) управлять командой

A5. Mark the word that means the result of someone’s work.

1) producer 2) reporter 3) poem 4) journalist

A6. Choose the appropriate word.

you see don’t be surprised.

1) Whenever 2) However 3) Whatever 4) Wherever

A7. Choose the right variant of the sentence in reported speech.

1) We said to them, “We have no money.”
a) we told them that we have no money
b) we told them that we had no money
c) we told them we have no money
d) we told to them that we had no money

2) He asked us, “What are your names?”
a) he asked us our names what were
b) he asked our what names are
c) he asked us what our names are
d) he asked us what our names were

3) She said to Richard: “Water the flowers”.

a) she asked Richard that he watered the flowers

b) she asked Richard to water the flowers

c) she asked Richard if he waters the flowers

d) she asked Richard not to water the flowers

A8. Put in that, which or who.

1) The place _______ we are speaking about is very famous.

2) The play was written by Bernard Shaw ____ was a famous playwright.

A9. Make the sentence using the following words.

French/was/Voltaire/a/philosopher/famous

A10. Complete the sentences. Choose the correct variant.

  1. I have some (money/ moneys) in my pocket.

  2. Her (hair/ hairs) is beautiful.




PART III. READING

"Television, computers, books"

Match the headlines 1-5 with the parts of the text A-D. One headline is unnecessary.

1. Disadvantages of computer reading

2. First read, then watch

3. Source of information

4. Magic world of books

5. My favourite book


A. As far as books and computers are concerned, I can say in my firm confidence that computers will never replace books. First because they fulfill different functions. It's true that both books and computers contain information. But one computer is worth the whole library. So perhaps, computers will replace reference books because it's quicker and easier to find the necessary information in the computer than in reference books.

B. But I'm sure computers can't be compared to fiction. Historical novels, adventure books, detective stories, science fiction, romance, poems, recommended by teachers create a special atmosphere. They take us into the imaginary world of high human emotions, exciting relations. C. A computer can help you in reading these books without turning the pages but working on the computer demands certain effort. You are to sit straight, not to stoop; you keep your finger on the keyboard. Besides computers have a harmful impact on the eyesight. In my opinion, it's impossible to read "War and Peace" on the screen. We'll lack something important: the invisible contact with the writer who speaks with us from the past centuries.

D. As to TV, its role is expressed in the proverb, "It's better to see than to hear". Paraphrasing it we can say it's good to see after you have read. Screen versions of literary masterpieces add much to our understanding the author and arouse unforgettable emotions. But books are the greatest wonders in the world, which brings us knowledge and bring us up. Through centuries and distances we can keep in touch with the greatest minds in the universe.



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PROGRESS CHECK 3

V-3

PART I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION

Listen to the recording. On the recording you’ll hear the person talking about public libraries in Britain. As you listen to his comments, complete the following sentences. The first letters of the following words will help you.

1.Public libraries are f… . 2. 40 per cent of people use p… libraries.3. Libraries encourage people to b… as well as b… books. 4. H…, for most people’s purposes, the library is still q… and more effective. 5. These days many l… have CD-ROMS, computer games, DVDs of films and the I… .

PART II. USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY)

A1. Find the unnecessary word.

1) producer 2) reporter 3) talk show host 4) thriller 5) journalist 6) writer 7)photographer 8) poet

A2. Match the cities to the countries they are located in.

1) Manchester a) Canada

2) Ottawa b) Belgium

3) Tokyo c) England

4)Brussels d)Japan

A3. Choose the appropriate verb.

Can you … the tickets for the concert for the next Friday?

1) prove 2) quit 3) manage 4) book

A4. Match the expressions to the right translation.

1) quit job a) доказать честность

2) it proved to be useful b) бросить работу

3) manage the naughty kids c) справиться с непослушными детьми

4) prove honesty d) это оказалось полезным

A5. Mark the word that means a TV programme.

1) adventure story 2) fairy tale 3) quiz 4) encyclopedia

A6. Choose the appropriate word.

you ask for help, I’ll help you.

1) Whenever 2) However 3) Whoever 4) Wherever

A7. Choose the right variant of the sentence in reported speech.

1) She says, “I see you.”
a) She says that she saw me.
b) She says that she sees me.
c) She says that I saw her.
d) She says that I see her.

2) I asked him, “Do you like football?”
a) I asked him if he likes football.
b) I asked him if he had liked football.
c) I asked him if he liked football.
d) I asked him if he did like football.

3) “Take off your shoes,” she said to me.
a) She told me to take off my shoes.
b) She told me not to take off my shoes.
c) She told me that I took off my shoes.
d) She told me if I had taken my shoes off.

A8. Put in that, which or who.

1) I like people ____ are well-read.

2) Sometimes I have to read technical texts ___ are rather difficult.

A9. Make the sentence using the following words.

bought/first/book/father/the/my/me/CD

A10. Complete the sentences. Choose the correct variant.

  1. We’ve got very little (food/foods) in the fridge.

  2. I have to do a lot of (homework/homeworks).


PART III. READING

"Television, computers, books"


Fill in the gaps with the following words.


a) knowledge b) atmosphere c) information d)centuries e)computers


As far as books and computers are concerned, I can say in my firm confidence that computers will never replace books. First because they fulfill different functions. It's true that both books and computers contain (1)_______. But one computer is worth the whole library. So perhaps, computers will replace reference books because it's quicker and easier to find the necessary information in the computer than in reference books.

But I'm sure computers can't be compared to fiction. Historical novels, adventure books, detective stories, science fiction, romance, poems, recommended by teachers create a special (2) _______. They take us into the imaginary world of high human emotions, exciting relations. A computer can help you in reading these books without turning the pages but working on the computer demands certain effort. You are to sit straight, not to stoop; you keep your finger on the keyboard. Besides (3) ______ have a harmful impact on the eyesight. In my opinion, it's impossible to read "War and Peace" on the screen. We'll lack something important: the invisible contact with the writer who speaks with us from the past (4) ________.

As to TV, its role is expressed in the proverb, "It's better to see than to hear". Paraphrasing it we can say it's good to see after you have read. Screen versions of literary masterpieces add much to our understanding the author and arouse unforgettable emotions. But books are the greatest wonders in the world, which brings us (5) ________ and bring us up. Through centuries and distances we can keep in touch with the greatest minds in the universe.




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Описание работы: Предлагаю вам  контрольную работу по английскому языку в 8 классе за третью четверть, УМК Биболетовой М.З. Работа содержит тестовые задания по трем разделам: "Аудирование", «Чтение» и «Грамматика и лексика». Данный материал рассчитан на 45 мин, задания направлены на обобщение и контроль пройденного материала. 

Цель: выявить уровень сформированности знаний, умений и навыков учащихся в соответствии с целями и задачами изученных грамматических тем,  а также уровень владения лексическими единицами.

Задачи:

1. Выявить моменты, недостаточно изученные учащимися;

2.. Закрепить грамматические и лексические навыки;

3. Обобщить полученные знания.

 

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PART I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION

1.Public libraries are in free.

2. 40 percent of people use public libraries.

3. Libraries encourage people to borrow as well as buy books.

4. However, for most people’s purposes, the library is still quicker and more effective.

5. These days many libraries have CD-ROMS, computer games, DVDs of films and the Internet.

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