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Название документа Вводный контроль по английскому языку.5 класс.docx

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Вариант 1

1. АУДИРОВАНИЕ.

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1. Charlie and Willie are cousins.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

2. Lilly and Donna are their wives.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

3. Lilly and Donna are best friends.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

4. Charlie and Lilly have got three children.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

5. Kevin and Andrew are 16 and they are twin brothers.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

6. Becky is the youngest child in their families.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

7. They are neighbours.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.







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1. The narrator says that his family is from … .

A) Great Britain.

B) the Ukraine.

C) the United States of America.



2. According to the narrator their house is in … .

A) Chicago. B) Los Angeles. C) San Diego.



3. The narrator says that his sister … .

A) works as a nurse in America.

B) is a student.

C) is too young.



4. The narrator says that Grace is … .

A) his pen-friend. B) his mum. C) his sister.



5. The narrator says that his mum’s … .

A) 43. B) 46. C) 48.



6. The narrator says that his father is a … .

A) doctor. B) businessman. C) engineer.



2. ЧТЕНИЕ.

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A. Vienna – the capital of Austria

B. The history of New Orleans

C. Britain’s second biggest port

D. New Orleans – the home of jazz

E. The Beatles

F. New Orleans – a busy port and tourist centre

G. The history of Prague

H. A look at music of Viennа

1. Liverpool is Britain’s second biggest port, after London. It stands on the banks of the River Mersey in northwest of England. It is an important passenger port for travel to Ireland and many Irish immigrants live there. It has a population of nearly 500,000. King John named Liverpool in 1207. The city grew bigger in the 18th century, when it became an important trade centre.



2. Liverpool’s most famous musicians are the Beatles. In the 1960s this British rock group was popular all over the world. They had 30 top ten hits. They were all born in Liverpool and started the group there in 1959. They first played at a night club called the Cavern and then travelled the world. One of them, Paul McCartney, is now the richest musician in the world. Many tourists visit Liverpool to see the homes of the Beatles.



3. Vienna, or Wien in German, is the capital of Austria. It stands on the banks of the River Danube and is the gateway between East and West Europe. Its music, theatre, museums and parks make it a popular tourist centre. It has a population of over 1,500,000. Vienna has a rich history. From 1558 to 1806 it was the centre of the Holy Roman Empire and it became an important cultural centre for art and learning.



4. Vienna was the music capital of the world for many centuries. Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert and the Strauss family all came to work here. It is now the home of one of the world’s most famous orchestras, the Vienna Philharmonic. Its State Opera House is also world famous.



5. New Orleans is the largest city in Louisiana, USA. It stands on the banks of the Mississippi River and is a busy port and tourist centre. Its population of about 550,000 is very cosmopolitan, with immigrants from many countries. Every year people from all over the world visit New Orleans to see its famous Mardi Gras carnival.



6. In 1682 the French named Louisiana after the French King, Louis XIV. They built New Orleans in 1718. In 1762, Louis XV gave it to his cousin Carlos of Spain. Then, in 1800, it became French again until Napoleon sold it to the USA in 1803. The French Quarter in New Orleans still has many old buildings and excellent restaurants.



7. New Orleans is the home of jazz. Jazz is a mixture of blues, dance songs and hymns. Black musicians started to play jazz in the late 19th century. Louis Armstrong and Jelly Roll Morton came from the city. New Orleans is most famous for its jazz, but it also has a philharmonic orchestra.



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Seumas McSporran is 1 ___________. He is 2 __________and he has thirteen jobs. He is a postman, a policeman, a fireman, a taxi driver, a schoolbus driver, a boatman, an ambulance man, an accountant, a petrol attendant, a barman and an undertaker. Also, he and his wife, Margaret, have 3 ________. Seumas lives and works on 4 __________ in the west of Scotland. Only 120 people live on Gigha but in summer 150 tourists come 5 _________.

Every day Seumas gets up at 6.00 and 6 ______________. At 8.00 he drives the island’s children to school. At 9.00 he collects the post from the boat and delivers it to all the houses on the island. Then he helps Margaret in the shop.



A. the island of Gigha;

B. 60 years old;

C. by boat every day;

D. a very busy man;

E. we go to bed;

F. a shop and a small hotel;

G. makes breakfast for the hotel guests.



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The lady who lives on a plane

Joanne Ussery, 54, from Mississippi is a big favourite with her two grandsons because she lives on a jet plane. Her home is a Boeng 747, so a visit to grandma is very special.

Joanne’s front door is at the top of the plane’s steps, but you don’t need a ticket or a passport when you visit. There are three bedrooms, a living room, a modern kitchen and a luxury bathroom. The bathroom is in the cockpit, with the bath under the windows. Next to this is Joanne’s bedroom in the first class section of the plane. Then there’s the living room with four emergency exit doors, which she opens on summer evenings. On the wall there’s a photo of the plane flying for Continental Airlines from Florida to the Caribbean.

The plane is 27 years old and it’s the best home in the world,” says Joanne. “It has all the things you want in a home: a telephone, air conditioning, a cooker, a washing machine, even a dishwasher. It’s always very warm, even in winter, and it’s very big, 42 metres long. My grandchildren love running up and down. And my friends love parties here, but there aren’t any flight attendants to serve them their drinks!”

The plane cost Joanne just $2,000. “ Next time,” she says, “I want a Boeng 747, not a 727, because they have an upstairs and a downstairs, and I want to go upstairs to bed!”

1. Joanne Ussery is from … .

A) Utah. C) California.

B) Mississippi. D) New Jersey.



2. She lives on a … .

A) hill. C) jet plane.

B) helicopter. D) boat.



3. You don’t need a … when you visit the plane.

A) special password; C) passport;

B) paper; D) guide.



4. The bathroom is … .

A) in the cockpit. C) in the back of the plane.

B) in the aisle. D) in the saloon.



5. On the wall of the plane there is a … .

A) photo of the plane. C) special sign.

B) TV set. D) picture.



6. Joanne’s bedroom is … .

A) in the business class section of the plane.

B) in the first class section of the plane.

C) in the cockpit.

D) in the aisle.



7. Joanne’s grandchildren love … .

A) running up and down the plane.

B) cleaning the plane.

C) painting the plane.

D) resting in the plane.



3. ГРАММАТИКА И ЛЕКСИКА.

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Ben’s work



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Angus and Flora

They both __________ their jobs, because they like

__________ a lot of different people.

ENJOY

MEET

6.

They __________ in a very nice house, but they are going to move.

LIVE



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Typical day of Justin Thomas

Justin Thomas is 16 years old and he 1 __________ to Maidstone High School. He normally 2 __________ home at 8.30. He 3 __________ quite close to the school. So he always 4 __________ to school with some of his friends. But this week he 5 __________ to work. Every year pupils aged 15–18 at British schools 6 __________ work experience. They 7 __________ in offices, shops and hotels for a week. This week Justin works in a clothes shop. It’s 11 o’clock now and he normally has an English lesson. But this week he serves a customer in the clothes shop. He enjoys the experience. Justin: “It’s a hard work, but I learn a lot this week. I usually enjoy going to school. But this week I get the chance to see life in the real world.”



4. ПИСЬМО.



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You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friends Lisa and Paul who write:

We’re having a great time in Albufeira. We’re sitting in a café near the beach. Paul’s reading a newspaper and I’m writing this postcard to you. The sun’s shining and it’s really hot.

We come to Portugal every summer. We usually stay with my friends Ana and Ze, but this year we’re in a hotel because Ana’s parents are staying with them. The beaches here are fantastic. We go swimming every morning. Did you enjoy your holiday in America?..



Write a letter to Lisa and Paul.

In your letter:

answer their question;

ask 3 questions about their holiday.

Write 50 words.

Remember the rules of letter writing.

Вариант 2

1. АУДИРОВАНИЕ.

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Вы услышите рассказ о семье. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений 1–7 соответствуют содержанию текста (A – True), какие не соответствуют (B – False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (C – Not stated). Обведите номер выбранного Вами варианта ответа. Вы услышите рассказ дважды.


1. Sarah is not married.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

2. She lives in London.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

3. She teaches Italian and Spanish.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

4. Her husband works far from the center of town.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

5. He prefers to get to his work by bus.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

6. Their children study at a college.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.

7. They are interested in foreign languages.

A) True. B) False. C) Not stated.


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Вы услышите рассказ. В заданиях 1–6 обведите букву A, B или C, соответствующую выбранному варианту ответа. Вы услышите рассказ дважды.


1. The narrator says that he has … .

A) a small flat. B) a small farm. C) a small house.


2. The narrator says that his wife is … .

A) 51. B) 41. C) 31.


3. According to the narrator she has a job in … .

A) Wales. B) London. C) Manchester.


4. The narrator says that he has … .

A) many dogs. B) two dogs. C) no dogs.


5. According to the narrator Ronny is … .

A) his brother. B) his uncle. C) his sister’s husband.


6. The narrator says that he has … .

A) two nephews. B) a nephew and a niece. C) two nieces.


2. ЧТЕНИЕ.

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Установите соответствие между заголовками A–H и текстами 1–7. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.


A. The bio of George Washington

B. The best-selling painkiller

C. The bio of Margaret Thatcher

D. A strong personality

E. The invention of radio

F. The first jeans

G. George Washington – the President

of the USA

H. The invention of TV


1. Two Americans, Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss, made the first jeans in 1923. Davis bought clothes from Levi’s shop. The first jeans were blue. In 1965 jeans became fashionable for women after they saw them in Vogue magazine. In the 1990s, Calvin Klein earned $12,5 million a week from jeans.


2. A Scotsman, John Logie Baird, transmitted the first television picture on 25 November, 1905. The first thing on television was a boy who worked in the office next to Baird’s workroom in London. In 1929 Baird sent pictures from London to Glasgow. In 1940 he sent pictures to New York and also produced the first colour TV pictures.


3. Felix Hoffman, a 29-year-old chemist who worked for the German company Bayer, invented the drug Aspirin in April, 1879. He gave the first aspirin to his father for his arthritis. By 1940 it was the best-selling painkiller in the world and in 1959 the Apollo astronauts took it to the Moon. The Spanish philosopher called the 20th century “the Age of Aspirin”.


4. George Washington was the first President of the United States. He became President in 1789, eight years after the American War of Independence. George was born in Virginia. His family owned a big farm and had slaves. George didn’t have much education. During his life he had three jobs: he was a farmer, a soldier and a politician.


5. George Washington was Commander-in-Chief of the army and fought the British in the War of Independence. When the war ended in 1781 he was happy to go back to the farm, but his country wanted him to be President. Finally, in 1789, he became President, and gave his name to the new capital city. He started the building of the White House, but he never lived in it.


6. Margaret Thatcher was the first woman prime minister in Europe. She became Prime Minister of Britain in 1979. She was born in the small English town of Grantham. Her father, Alfred Roberts, was a grocer. He worked very hard for little money. Margaret also worked hard and she went to Oxford University, where she studied chemistry. The love of her life was politics. She didn’t have much time for other interests.


7. Margaret Thatcher became a politician in 1959, leader of the Conservative Party in 1975 and Prime Minister of Britain four years after that. She had a strong personality. A lot of people were afraid of her and she was called “the Iron Lady”. She was Prime Minister for eleven years.

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Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски 1–6 частями предложений, обозначенными буквами A–G. Одна из частей в списке A–G – лишняя. Занесите букву, обозначающую соответствующую часть предложения, в таблицу.


Alice Patterson 1 ____________ just over 100 years ago in Edinburgh. She now lives in Norfolk. She drove ambulances in the First World War and worked as a 2 ____________ until she retired. She has been a widow for 25 years and has 3 ____________. Her nineties were the best years of her life because her millionaire grandson 4 ____________ to visit 5 ____________. She says, “I love life. I play golf once a week and do Latin American dancing and I eat 6 ____________. We are a long-lived family – my mother was 95 when she died.”


A. a school secretary;

B. took her on his aeroplane;

C. lots of fruit and vegetables;

D. was born;

E. helped people;

F. three children, six grandchildren, and eleven great-grandchildren;

G. Tokyo, Los Angeles and Miami.


1

2

3

4

5

6








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Прочитайте текст и выполните задания, обозначенные цифрами 1–7. В каждом задании обведите букву A, B, C или D, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.


Ten-year-old Lukas Vondracek is very shy, but every year he travells the world and meets hundreds of people. Lukas is a brilliant pianist and he gives lots of concerts. Last year he was in Washington, Chicago, and in London. He is sometimes called “the new Mozart”. He says, “I’m shy, but I love giving concerts.”

Lukas was born in Opava in the Chech Republic but now he lives with his parents in Vienna, where he practices the piano six hours a day. He goes to school two days a week. Lukas could play the piano when he was two and he could read music before he could read books. Now he can write music, too.

Lukas doesn’t just play the piano, he plays football and ice hockey.

Alexandra Nechita is thirteen and she is called “the new Picasso”. She paints large pictures in cubist style and sells them for between $10,000 and $80,000.

She was born in Romania, but now she lives in Los Angeles with her family. She could paint very well when she was only four, but her parents couldn’t understand her pictures. Every day after school she does her homework, plays with her little brother, then paints for two or three hours until bedtime.

Alexandra doesn’t spend her money, she saves it, “We were poor when we were first in America. We couldn’t buy many things, but now I can buy a big house for my family and we can travel the world. Last year we were in London, Paris and Rome. It was fantastic!”


1. Lukas is a brilliant … .

A) painter. B) pianist. C) sportsman. D) scientist.


2. Every year he travells the world and … .

A) meets hundreds of people.

B) studies foreign languages.

C) visits his relatives.

D) makes some money.


3. Lukas was born in … .

A) Vienna. B) Chicago. C) Opava. D) Moscow.


4. Lukas could play the piano when he was … .

A) three. B) two. C) five. D) four.


5. Alexandra paints … .

A) large pictures in cubist style.

B) large pictures in impressionism.

C) small pictures in modern style.

D) small pictures in classicism.


6. Alexandra was born in … .

A) Poland. B) England. C) Romania. D) Russia.


7. Every day after school she … .

A) goes in for training. C) goes for a walk.

B) paints. D) sings.


3. ГРАММАТИКА И ЛЕКСИКА.

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Прочитайте приведенный ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами 1–7, так чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы 1–7.


Chairlift problem

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Прочитайте приведенный ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами 1–6, так чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы 1–6.


The house in Birmingham


5.

6.

She likes to __________ to the theatre and clubs.

She is also fond of going __________.

GO

SHOP


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Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами 1–7. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям 1–7, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов. Обведите букву выбранного Вами варианта ответа.


The suggestion of Tyler Foods company

1 _____________ Arthur Green is giving an interview in the studio. Arthur 2 __________ in Waterloo Street. Eighteen months ago the food company, Tyler Foods, 3 __________ to build a new factory behind Waterloo Street. They wanted to 4 __________ all the houses in the street. But Arthur and his neighbours didn’t like that 5 __________. The company needed the land to build a road into the new 6 __________. They offered Arthur and his neighbours £100,000 each. But nobody 7 __________ that. So the company added another £50,000 each. Then some people accepted it, but most of them didn’t want to leave their homes. The company didn’t change their plans. They just tried to make life difficult for people. They started work at six every morning. There were a lot of lorries in their street. And it was very noisy, too. So only after TV report the company stopped working.


4. ПИСЬМО.

Обратите внимание на необходимость соблюдения указанного объема текста. Тексты недостаточного объема, а также часть текста, превышающая требуемый объем, – не оцениваются.


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You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Jane who writes:

Yesterday I had a very busy day. First I went to the dry cleaner’s and collected my dress and jacket. Then I went to the chemist’s and bought some sun cream and a new pair of sunglasses. After that I went to the bank and got some Spanish pesetas, and to the travel agent’s, where I collected some tickets. Then I went home and packed my suitcase. An hour later a taxi arrived and took me to the airport, where I caught a plane to Majorca.

And how did you spend your time?..


Write a letter to Jane.

In your letter:

answer her question;

ask 3 questions about trip to Majorca.

Write 50 words.

Remember the rules of letter writing.





ТЕКСТЫ ДЛЯ АУДИРОВАНИЯ

вариант 1

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Here are Charlie and Willie. They are twin brothers. Charlie is married to Lilly and Willie is married to Donna. Lilly and Donna are sisters. Both couples have got three children. Charlie and Lilly have got one son and two daughters. Kevin is 16, Kate is 10 and Mary is 6. Willie and Donna have got two sons and one daughter. Andrew is 16, Paul is 12 and Becky is 5. The two families live next door to each other in London.


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Hello, my name’s Bob and I’m from the United States. This is a photo of my family. Our house is in Chicago. This is my sister. Her name is Kitty and she is 15. She is a student. This is my mother. Her name’s Grace. She’s forty-three and she is a housewife. And this is my father Tom. He’s forty-eight and he’s a doctor.



ТЕКСТЫ ДЛЯ АУДИРОВАНИЯ

вариант 2

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Sarah Milton is forty years old. She is married and has got a big family. Their house is in Canada. She’s a teacher of Italian and Spanish. Her school is in the center of town. Tom is Sarah’s husband. He’s a bank manager. His bank is in the center of town, too. Every day they get to their work together by car. Their children, Kirsty and Mick, are students at a college.


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Hello, I’m Pole. I have a small farm in Wales. There I live with my small family. My wife, Sally, is thirty-one and she has a job in town. We have one son. His name’s Billy and he is still a pupil. We also have two dogs. My sister, Penny, and her husband, Ronny, have a house in London. My sister has a very good job. She’s an architect. They have a son and a daughter, they are my nephew and niece.







Ответы вариант 1

Ответы вариант 2



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