Control work (for the 8-th form)
I. Make up the words and translate them: (2 points)
Variant 1: o,l,a,i,t,u,i,c,r,n e,n,g,z,i,a,a,m
Variant 2: o,n,i,s,i,e,v,l,t,e w,e,n,r,e,p,p,s,a
II. Answer the questions: (3 points)
How many newspapers do the British read every day?
Where are the most of British newspapers printed?
Do they produce the papers during the day or during the night in Britain?
In Britain over 15 million newspapers are read every day. Most of them are printed in Wapping in London. The papers are produced at night and then they are sent to newsagents, stations and airports.
III. Divide the newspapers into quality papers and tabloids according to the descriptions below. Fill in the table. (3 points)
The Financial Times is large in size and publishes articles on business and finance.
The Daily Express is rather small in size with a lot of pictures and all kind of articles.
The Independent is a serious paper with a lot of articles about national and international events.
The Sun is a very popular paper, small in size, containing a lot of articles about private life. It is the biggest-selling paper in Britain.
The Guardian is large in size with a lot of articles on politics.
The Times is the oldest paper in Britain, large in size, with many serious articles.
The Daily Mirror is very popular, small in size, with a lot of short articles and pictures.
IV. Ask questions to the sentence. (4 points)
Variant 1: They like to read newspapers and magazines.
Variant 2: You know many weekly newspapers.
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