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Контрольные задания для 8 класса к учебнику " Английский в фокусе" Модуль 1


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Test 1 A (Module 1)

Vocabulary

A Fill in the missing word/ phrase. There are two answers you do not need to use.

Showed up, acquaintances, niece, slim, got over, stubborn, colleagues, shrugged, tapping, reliable

1. Pam is so _____________ ! She never listens to anyone, and does whatever she wants.

2. I don’t think Ann is going camping this weekend; she still hasn’t ______________ her cold.

3. I only met Ted three weeks ago at a party. We’re not really friends, we’re just ______________.

4. Don’t worry, Mike will be here on time; he’s very ______________.

5. When we complained to the waiter about the noisy people at the next table, he just __________

his shoulders and said he couldn’t do anything about them.

6. Ben was _____________ his foot nervously while he was waiting for his test results.

7. When Alan told his _____________ that he was leaving the company, they decided to buy him a

going- away present.

8. Kate is a pretty girl with green eyes and a(n) ______________ build.



B Fill in the missing word. There are three answers you do not need to use.

Hug, opportunity, fond, energetic, dull, keen, host, avoid, bright, blush

9. The film I went to see last week was so _________ that I almost fell asleep at the cinema.

10. When I told Tom the good news, he gave me a big __________ and a kiss on the cheek.

11. We always enjoy ourselves when we go to Mel’s parties; he’s an excellent _____________.

12. Cindy is very _____________. She works very hard and likes participating in a lot of activities.

13. Greg is a very cheerful person who always looks on the ___________ side of life.

14. I’m not very __________ on basketball. I prefer football.

15. ________ asking British people about their age, religion, politics, weight or how much they earn.



Grammar

C Underline the correct item.

16. Do you know where Mark is? I have waited / have been waiting for him for over an hour and I’m starting to lose my patience.

17. Watch where you’re going! You are falling / are going to fall into that hole.

18. Lyn is always interrupting/has always interrupted me whenever I tell a story. It’s so annoying!

19. There’s someone at the door. I go/will go and see who it is.

20. The film is starting/ starts at 8:00. Do you want to go to dinner before that?



Test 1 A (Module 1)



21. My friends stay/ are staying in a nice hotel in the centre of the town.

22. Ben works/ has worked at his uncle’s restaurant every Saturday night.

23. I promise I am helping /will help you with your homework as soon as I can.

24. Have you met/ Have you been meeting our new neighbours yet? They seem really nice.

25. We are going / will go to the cinema tomorrow night. Why don’t you join us?



D Put the verbs in brackets into the Past Simple or the Past Continuous.

26. My mother _____________ (rarely/leave) us home alone when we were young.

27. What time ______________ (you/take) the dog for a walk this morning?

28. Nadia _______________ (water) the flowers while Nick was cleaning out the garage.

29. We _____________ ( not/ meet) Sandra and Ian for coffee yesterday , because we were too busy.

30. Mary didn’t hear the phone ring because she _____________ ( listen) to music very loudly.



E Put the adjectives in brackets into the correct form.

31. My younger brother is ____________________ (sociable) person in our family.

32. Don’t you think that Adam needs to be a bit _____________ (sensitive) to other people’s feelings?

33. Mrs Brown is _______________________ (patient) teacher I have ever had.

34. Ben was very rude to Jane. I think that ________________ (little) he could do is apologise to her.

35. According to an English saying, the __________________ (old) we grow, the wiser we become.



Everyday English



F Choose the correct response.

36. Can I offer you something? ________ A So am I.

37. Excuse me! ________ B Take care.

38. Talk to you later. ________ C Yes, can I help you?

39. I’m glad you came. ________ D Fine, thanks.

40. How’s it going? ________ E No thanks, I’m fine.



Reading

G Read the text and mark the statements as true (T) or false (F).

Test 1 A (Module 1)

Too cool for school

You’ve always wanted to be popular in school. You’ve dreamt a thousand times what it would be like to be the star of your school’s football team or that tall blonde girl who everyone fancies.

Cool’ people are attractive, confident and always wear stylish outfits. Everyone wants to hang out with them. But often “cool” people aren’t very nice! They can be selfish and bossy. At times they get impatient with people who might be shy or a bit quiet.

If you really want to make some true friends, here are some tips. Don’t choose friends based on looks. What really matters in a friend is not being slim and beautiful but reliable and generous. Choose friends who are humorous, talkative and who never treat others badly. In fact, these are the people who are truly cool! Try to choose friends that you can actually benefit from. Those who are creative and have interests other than fashion and parties.

Be flexible but don’t say or do things that make you feel uncomfortable just to make ‘cool’ people like you. Always speak your mind. Those who really care for you will still be your friends- even if at times you drive them crazy. Remember: real friends are those you can open up to. Those who will hold their tongue and will never give away your secrets.

Take a minute and think. What really matters? Making friends that count or counting friends?



41. Popular kids in school are often selfish and bossy. _______

42. It is better to hold your tongue and never speak your mind or you will end up all alone.______

43. You will benefit more from having one friend who is creative and interesting than having ten who are boring. _

44. A true friend will care for you even if at times you get on their nerves.________

45. “Cool” people are usually ugly._______

Listening

H Listen to some teenagers talking on a radio programme about their friends. Then, match the speakers (1-5) to the statements (A-F). There is one extra statement.

A The speaker thinks of his/her friend as part of the family.

B The speaker moved close to his/her friend’s house.

C The speaker thinks he/she is lucky to have such good friends.

D The speaker sees his/her friends every day.

E The speaker and his/her friends share the same pastime.

F The speaker spends all his/her free time with his/her friend.

46. Speaker 1 ____

47. Speaker 2 ____

48. Speaker 3 ____

49. Speaker 4____

50. Speaker 5 ____

Test 1 B (Module 1)

Vocabulary

A Fill in the missing word/ phrase. There are two answers you do not need to use.

Respect, colleagues, slim, stubborn, acquaintances, shrugged, tapping, reliable, got over, nephew

  1. When Mike told his _____________ that he was leaving the company, they decided to buy him a

going- away present.

2. Don’t worry, Ted will be here on time; he’s very ______________.

3. Sarah is a pretty girl with blue eyes and a(n) ______________ build.

4. When we complained to the waiter about the noisy people at the next table, he just __________

his shoulders and said he couldn’t do anything about them.

5. Diana is so _____________ ! She never listens to anyone, and does whatever she wants.

6. I only met Alan two weeks ago at a party. We’re not really friends, we’re just ______________.

7. I don’t think Lyn is going camping this weekend; she still hasn’t ______________ her cold.

8. Dan was _____________ his foot nervously while he was waiting for his test results.



B Fill in the missing word. There are three answers you do not need to use.

Blush, host, fond, dull, hug, avoid, bright, energetic, opportunity, keen

9. ________ asking British people about their age, religion, politics, weight or how much they earn.

10. Ben is a very cheerful person who always looks on the ___________ side of life.

11. He’s not very __________ on basketball. He prefers tennis.

12. The film we went to see last week was so _________ that we almost fell asleep at the cinema.

13. Beth is very _____________. She works very hard and likes participating in a lot of activities.

14. We always enjoy ourselves when we go to Bob’s parties; he’s an excellent _____________.

15. When I told Mark the good news, he gave me a big __________ and a kiss on the cheek.



Grammar

C Underline the correct item.

16. We are going / will go to the theatre tomorrow. Why don’t you join us?

17. Kate works/ has worked at her aunt’s restaurant every Friday night.

18. I promise I am helping /will help you with your homework as soon as I can.

19. Have you met/ Have you been meeting our new neighbours yet? They seem really nice.

20. Do you know where Ann is? I have waited / have been waiting for her for over an hour and I’m starting to lose my patience.



Test 1 B (Module 1)

21. There’s someone at the door. I go/will go and see who it is.

22. Watch where you’re going! You are falling / are going to fall into that hole.

23. Jack is always interrupting/has always interrupted me whenever I tell a story. It’s so annoying!

24. Nicole and her husband stay/ are staying in a nice hotel in the centre of the town.

25. The concert is starting/ starts at 9:00 pm. Do you want to go to dinner before that?



D Put the verbs in brackets into the Past Simple or the Past Continuous.

26. I _____________ ( not/ meet) Kate and Jason for coffee yesterday , because I was too busy.

27. What ______________ (you/do) at 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon?

28. Sam didn’t hear the phone ring because he ____________ (listen) to music very loudly.

29. He picked up his jacket, locked the door and ___________ (leave).

30. When _______________ (you/ start) learning French?



E Put the adjectives in brackets into the correct form.

31. Paul is ____________ (selfish) person in his family.

32. I’ve never met a ________( dull) person than Steve.

33. Thanks so much for the flowers!- It’s ____________ (little) I could do.

34. The _________ (much) he said, the angrier I felt!

35. The sooner, the ___________ (well).



Everyday English

F Choose the correct response.

36. I haven’t seen you for ages. ________ A So am I.

37. Thank you very much. _________ B Indeed it is.

38. I’m glad you came. _________ C Couldn’t be better!

39. What a nice day! _________ D I know! You haven’t changed a bit.

40. How’s it going? __________ E Don’t mention it.



Reading

G Read the text and mark the statements as true (T) or false (F).





Test 1 B (Module 1)

Too cool for school

You’ve always wanted to be popular in school. You’ve dreamt a thousand times what it would be like to be the star of your school’s football team or that tall blonde girl who everyone fancies.

Cool’ people are attractive, confident and always wear stylish outfits. Everyone wants to hang out with them. But often “cool” people aren’t very nice! They can be selfish and bossy. At times they get impatient with people who might be shy or a bit quiet.

If you really want to make some true friends, here are some tips. Don’t choose friends based on looks. What really matters in a friend is not being slim and beautiful but reliable and generous. Choose friends who are humorous, talkative and who never treat others badly. In fact, these are the people who are truly cool! Try to choose friends that you can actually benefit from. Those who are creative and have interests other than fashion and parties.

Be flexible but don’t say or do things that make you feel uncomfortable just to make ‘cool’ people like you. Always speak your mind. Those who really care for you will still be your friends- even if at times you drive them crazy. Remember: real friends are those you can open up to. Those who will hold their tongue and will never give away your secrets.

Take a minute and think. What really matters? Making friends that count or counting friends?



41. A true friend should be reliable and generous.________

42. The only way to make new friends is by doing everything they ask you to do. _____

43. A true friend should be able to keep your secrets._________

44. What really matters is having a lot of friends. _________

45. People who are truly cool are talkative and friendly. ________

Listening

H Listen to some teenagers talking on a radio programme about their friends. Then, match the speakers (1-5) to the statements (A-F). There is one extra statement.

A The speaker and his/her friends share the same pastime.

B The speaker moved close to his/her friend’s house.

C The speaker sees his/her friends every day.

D The speaker spends all his/her free time with his/her friend.

E The speaker thinks of his/her friend as part of the family.

F The speaker thinks he/she is lucky to have such good friends.

46. Speaker 1 ____

47. Speaker 2 ____

48. Speaker 3 ____

49. Speaker 4____

50. Speaker 5 ____

KEY TO TESTS

TEST 1A



A 1 stubborn 5 shrugged

2 got over 6 tapping

3 acquaintances 7 colleagues

4 reliable 8 slim



B 9 dull 13 bright

10 hug 14 keen

11 host 15 Avoid

12 energetic



C 16 have been waiting 21 are staying

17 are going to fall 22 works

18 is always interrupting 23 will help

19 will go 24 Have you met

20 starts 25 are going



D 26 rarely left E 31 the most sociable

27 did you take 32 more sensitive

28 was watering 33 the most patient

29 didn’t meet 34 the least

30 was listening 35 older



F 36 E G 41 T H 46 C

37 C 42 F 47 F

38 B 43 T 48 A

39 A 44 T 49 E

40 D 45 F 50 D

KEY TO TESTS

TEST 1B



A 1 colleagues 5 stubborn

2 reliable 6 acquaintances

3 slim 7 got over

4 shrugged 8 tapping



B 9 Avoid 13 energetic

10 bright 14 host

11 keen 15 hug

12 dull



C 16 are going 21 will go

17 works 22 are going to fall

18 will help 23 is always interrupting

19 Have you met 24 are staying

20 have been waiting 25 starts



D 26 didn’t meet E 31 the most selfish

27 were you doing 32 duller

28 was listening 33 the least

29 left 34 more

30 did you start 35 better



F 36 D G 41 T H 46 F

37 E 42 F 47 D

38 A 43 T 48 E

39 B 44 F 49 A

40 C 45 T 50 C

Tape script



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Данные контрольные задания разработаны в 2 вариантах к УМК «Английский в фокусе» (авторы Ю.Е. Ваулина, Д. Дули, О. Е. Подоляко, В. Эванс) учителем английского языка ГБОУ Севастопольского политехнического лицея Остапенко Т.М. и предназначены для обучающихся 8 класса. Объектами контроля являются элементы языка (лексика, грамматика) и речевая деятельность (чтение, аудирование). Все задания составлены на основе учебника, рабочей тетради и сборника тестов ( Test Booklet) к УМК «Английский в фокусе » для 8 класса и выполняются по завершении работы над каждым модулем. Каждая работа имеет ключи и тексты заданий для аудирования. Критерии оценки: за каждый правильный ответ 1балл.

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