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Промежуточная аттестация по английскому языку 10 класс Кауфман.

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Промежуточная аттестация по английскому языку за 2015-2016 учебный год 10 класс

Пояснительная записка

Лексико-грамматический тест по английскому языку предназначен для определения уровня знаний учащихся 10 класса на промежуточной аттестации. Тесты основаны на материалах современных учебников (HappyEnglish.ru. Кауфман К.И., Кауфман М.Ю.) для общеобразовательных школ, с учетом требований, предъявляемых программой по английскому языку.

Тесты содержат материалы, соответствующие изучению таких аспектов языка как фонетика (правила чтения), лексика, грамматика. Задания тестов составлены таким образом, чтобы учащиеся могли выбрать из предложенных вариантов ответа тот, который считают соответствующим заданию и выписать его. Время на выполнение - 40 мин. При выполнении теста учащимся разрешается пользоваться словарем.


При составлении тестов использованы материалы:


1) Английский язык. Учебно - методическое пособие / Под ред. Пупынина А.П., Потапова Т.В. М.: Лицей, 2006.

2) Голицынский Ю.Б. Грамматика: Сборник упражнений. СПб: КАРО, 2005.

3) Новые тесты по английскому языку / Под ред. Сигал Т.К. М.: Дрофа, 2005.

4) Олимпиады УРФО по основам наук.

5) Томашевич С.Б. Тесты по английской грамматике. М.: Уникум- Центр, 2005.

6) Учебно - методического комплекта «HappyEnglish. ru».



Критерии оценивания:


26 – 23 балла - «5»

22 – 18 баллов -«4»

17 – 13 баллов - «3»

менее 12 баллов - «2»

























Учитель: Губанова Е.В.





Промежуточная аттестация по английскому языку за 2015-2016 учебный год 10 класс


Вариант I


Фамилия


Имя



Part I Reading


Read the article and choose the correct answer.

Nicola Tesla.

For some reason his name is not widely known though he could join the company of the most famous scholars like Edison and Newton. He achieved remarkable results in mechanics, engineering, electricity, magnetism, and energy transmitting. His researches and his astonishing discoveries could have accelerated the science and technological progress tremendously, but they didn't.

The bulk of his theories and drafts were never implemented. Lots of his theoretical and engineering works were either never published, or lost, or just vanished and even the family weren't able to trace the track of the papers.

The oblivion and rare references in scientific and popular science journals could have been caused by different reasons, his complicated and controversial personality included, but anyone who is keen on physics is very well familiar with his name - Tesla is the unit to measure magnetic induction or magnetic flux, and is used to define the intensity of magnetic fields.

Nicola Tesla was born in 1856 and died in 1943. Serbian by origin, he spent most of his life in the United States and his life there was very diverse. He did unskilled jobs to feed himself and to generate money for research. He was vice president of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. He cherished his friendship with Mark Twain and argued severely with Edison.

He had a photographic memory, was fluent in about eight languages and was claimed to suffer from mental disorder at the end of his life. Data about him is rather controversial. According to some documents, it was he who invented the radio and designed radio controlled devices. There is evidence that at the very end of the nineteenth century Tesla demonstrated a radio-controlled boat at the electrical exhibition in the United States, though radio-controlled devices were not used till the middle of the twentieth century. Even more stunning and unbelievable were Tesla's experiments with electricity.

Tesla supposed that it was possible to generate electricity from atmosphere and to transmit it wirelessly over huge distances. He had a specially equipped laboratory in Colorado Springs, State Colorado, the USA, where he experimented with electricity. According to his biographers the results were astonishing.

Tesla was able to create artificial lightning, much more powerful than the natural thing, and made it move in a certain direction, to a precisely calculated destination. If that had been true, it would make the most powerful and disastrous weapon mankind has ever known. There is a hypothesis, by the way, that the Tungus meteorite or Tunguska event, which happened in remote Siberia forests in 1908, was not a natural space body which exploded near the surface of the earth, but it was the effect of Tesla testing his directed energy weapon.


1 The author believes that the scientist

a) was as talented as his contemporary Edison.

b) was less talented than his contemporary Edison.

c) was absolutely unknown to the public.

d) was Edison's and Newton's friend.


2 The scientist's name is not often mentioned because

a) he researched in a very narrow scientific field.

b) his researches were not important for science.

c) his family didn't want to publish his papers.

d) there were some reasons the author is not well aware of.



3 According to the author, Nicola Tesla

a) never did any other job but researching into physics.

b) was good at languages and literature.

c) never had any friends.

d) inherited a fortune from his Serbian relatives.



4 The author says that Tesla's radio-controlled boat

a) was never shown to public.

b) was re-designed in the middle of the twentieth century.

c) was technologically far ahead of its time.

d) was sold after the electrical exhibition.


5 There's some evidence that Tesla experimented with electricity

a) and made some remarkable discoveries.

b) but didn't get any results due to poor equipment.

c) but the experiments were banned by the authorities.

d) and his artificial lightning damaged his laboratory.



Part II Use of English.


  1. Use the words in the appropriate forms.

Some environmentalists believe that our business and travelling activity adds to the global warming effect. We travel more than we ________(l) to. In recent years travelling by air has become more affordable, since the number of airlines ____________(2) dramatically and the level of competition has risen too.

As the result, air ticket prices __________(3).

Nowadays, __________(4) travel over continents to negotiate deals, to take part in conferences and even for a weekend - to relax or sightsee.

When we travel, our planes burn lots of fuel, much more than any other _______ (5) of transport. A great amount of carbon dioxide _______ (6) in the air. According to statistics, the situation ______ (7) rapidly.

Environmentalists insist that it's necessary to raise people's awareness of the environmental cost of air travelling and to encourage them to avoid _______ (8) when it is not really necessary.



use


increase

fall

businessman


means

emit

deteriorate


fly



2. Change the verbs to nouns and write them down.

verb

noun

1

improve



2

investigate



3

punish



4

move



5

explain





3. Write the words into two columns world combinations and its translations.


1

Pygmy elephant

a

Эволюция человека

2

Environmental condition

b

Время оледенения

3

An astonishing discovery

c

Слоны – пигмеи

4

Tiny creatures

d

Гигантский грызун

5

A limited food supply

e

Потрясающее открытие

6

Human evolution

f

Крохотные существа

7

A giant rodent

g

Условия окружающей среды

8

Glacial times

h

Ограниченный запас пищи

Промежуточная аттестация по английскому языку за 2015-2016 учебный год 10 класс


Вариант II


Фамилия


Имя


Part I Reading


Read the article and choose the correct answer.

Nicola Tesla.

For some reason his name is not widely known though he could join the company of the most famous scholars like Edison and Newton. He achieved remarkable results in mechanics, engineering, electricity, magnetism, and energy transmitting. His researches and his astonishing discoveries could have accelerated the science and technological progress tremendously, but they didn't.

The bulk of his theories and drafts were never implemented. Lots of his theoretical and engineering works were either never published, or lost, or just vanished and even the family weren't able to trace the track of the papers.

The oblivion and rare references in scientific and popular science journals could have been caused by different reasons, his complicated and controversial personality included, but anyone who is keen on physics is very well familiar with his name - Tesla is the unit to measure magnetic induction or magnetic flux, and is used to define the intensity of magnetic fields.

Nicola Tesla was born in 1856 and died in 1943. Serbian by origin, he spent most of his life in the United States and his life there was very diverse. He did unskilled jobs to feed himself and to generate money for research. He was vice president of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. He cherished his friendship with Mark Twain and argued severely with Edison.

He had a photographic memory, was fluent in about eight languages and was claimed to suffer from mental disorder at the end of his life. Data about him is rather controversial. According to some documents, it was he who invented the radio and designed radio controlled devices. There is evidence that at the very end of the nineteenth century Tesla demonstrated a radio-controlled boat at the electrical exhibition in the United States, though radio-controlled devices were not used till the middle of the twentieth century. Even more stunning and unbelievable were Tesla's experiments with electricity.

Tesla supposed that it was possible to generate electricity from atmosphere and to transmit it wirelessly over huge distances. He had a specially equipped laboratory in Colorado Springs, State Colorado, the USA, where he experimented with electricity. According to his biographers the results were astonishing.

Tesla was able to create artificial lightning, much more powerful than the natural thing, and made it move in a certain direction, to a precisely calculated destination. If that had been true, it would make the most powerful and disastrous weapon mankind has ever known. There is a hypothesis, by the way, that the Tungus meteorite or Tunguska event, which happened in remote Siberia forests in 1908, was not a natural space body which exploded near the surface of the earth, but it was the effect of Tesla testing his directed energy weapon.


1. The author believes that the scientist

a) was as talented as his contemporary Newton.

b) his discoveries have accelerated the science and technological progress.

c) was known to the public.

d) was Edison's and Newton's friend.


2. His theoretical and engineering works were never implemented because

a) they were not important for science.

b) they were either lost, or vanished, or never published.

c) he works in a very narrow scientific field.

d) his family wanted to get much money for his papers.


3. According to the author, Nicola Tesla

a) cherished his friendship with Edison and argued severely with Mark Twain.

b) was the president of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers.

c) was born in eighteen century and died in nineteen century.

d) at the end of his life was claimed to suffer from mental disorder.


4. The author says that

a) Tesla supposed that it was possible to transmit it wirelessly over huge distances.

b) Tesla supposed that it was impossible to generate electricity from atmosphere.

c) in his laboratory in the USA he experimented with the universal Law of gravitation.

d) Tesla developed the idea of evolution of all living things from simpler creatures.


5. The author

a) is sure that Tesla succeeded in creating artificial lightning.

b) doubts that Tesla succeeded in creating artificial lightning.

c) is absolutely sure that it's impossible to create artificial lightning.

d) believes they Tungus meteorite was actually Tesla's artificial lightning.


Part II Use of English.

1.Use the words in the appropriate forms.

We can't imagine our life without a ___________(1) computer (PC). It is so fast, convenient and reliable to work on a PC.

People study on their PC, entertain themselves during the free time. It is a great possibility to easily develop different skills yourself with the use of Internet, containing immeasurable amount of helpful ___________(2) like encyclopedias, teaching programs, smart guides and much more.

Without my computer I would not have the pleasure of the getting to my favourite sites, I would have difficulty ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­___________(3) with friends, and I would not be able to do my work for school.

I often wonder how we all managed before computers were a common place in the home. I just don't have the time to be always running to the post box to send letters.

E-mail is very ___________(4) when you have a tough schedule.

Most of my ____________(5) time is spent at the computer as by the time I finish doing homework I am too tired and it is often too late to go out.

It is a ____________(6) reference aid and ______________(7) tool. If all else fails, you can play cards on it, although my own ____________(8) is for action games!


person




inform



communicate




importance

relax


wonder education

prefer


2.Change the verbs to nouns and write them down.

verb

noun

1

inform



2

manage



3

examine



4

govern



5

collect




3. Write the words into two columns world combinations and its translations.

1

Pygmy elephant

a

Сокращение энергетических потребностей

2

A hobbit-like species of humans

b

Доисторическое время

3

An astonishing discovery

c

Печатный станок

4

Minimizing energy requirements

d

Ограниченный запас пищи

5

A limited food supply

e

Слоны – пигмеи

6

Prehistoric times

f

Люди, похожие на хоббитов

7

A giant rodent

g

Потрясающее открытие

8

A movable type

h

Гигантский грызун







Промежуточная аттестация по английскому языку за 2015-2016 учебный год 10 класс


Вариант III


Фамилия


Имя


Part I Reading


Read the article and choose the correct answer.

Nicola Tesla.

For some reason his name is not widely known though he could join the company of the most famous scholars like Edison and Newton. He achieved remarkable results in mechanics, engineering, electricity, magnetism, and energy transmitting. His researches and his astonishing discoveries could have accelerated the science and technological progress tremendously, but they didn't.

The bulk of his theories and drafts were never implemented. Lots of his theoretical and engineering works were either never published, or lost, or just vanished and even the family weren't able to trace the track of the papers.

The oblivion and rare references in scientific and popular science journals could have been caused by different reasons, his complicated and controversial personality included, but anyone who is keen on physics is very well familiar with his name - Tesla is the unit to measure magnetic induction or magnetic flux, and is used to define the intensity of magnetic fields.

Nicola Tesla was born in 1856 and died in 1943. Serbian by origin, he spent most of his life in the United States and his life there was very diverse. He did unskilled jobs to feed himself and to generate money for research. He was vice president of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. He cherished his friendship with Mark Twain and argued severely with Edison.

He had a photographic memory, was fluent in about eight languages and was claimed to suffer from mental disorder at the end of his life. Data about him is rather controversial. According to some documents, it was he who invented the radio and designed radio controlled devices. There is evidence that at the very end of the nineteenth century Tesla demonstrated a radio-controlled boat at the electrical exhibition in the United States, though radio-controlled devices were not used till the middle of the twentieth century. Even more stunning and unbelievable were Tesla's experiments with electricity.

Tesla supposed that it was possible to generate electricity from atmosphere and to transmit it wirelessly over huge distances. He had a specially equipped laboratory in Colorado Springs, State Colorado, the USA, where he experimented with electricity. According to his biographers the results were astonishing.

Tesla was able to create artificial lightning, much more powerful than the natural thing, and made it move in a certain direction, to a precisely calculated destination. If that had been true, it would make the most powerful and disastrous weapon mankind has ever known. There is a hypothesis, by the way, that the Tungus meteorite or Tunguska event, which happened in remote Siberia forests in 1908, was not a natural space body which exploded near the surface of the earth, but it was the effect of Tesla testing his directed energy weapon.


1. The author believes that the scientist

a) was Newton's and Edison's friend.

b) was absolutely unknown to the public.

c) was as talented as his contemporary Edison.

d) was less talented than his contemporary Edison.


2. His engineering and theoretical works were never implemented because

a) they were very important for science.

b) his family wanted to get much money for his papers.

c) they were either vanished, or never published, or lost.

d) there were some reasons the author is not well aware of.


3. According to the author, Nicola Tesla

a) inherited a fortune from his Serbian relatives.

b) had a specially equipped laboratory in Colorado Summers, State Colorado, the USA.

c) was good at literature and languages.

d) was born in nineteen century and died in twenties century.


4. The author says that

a) Tesla's radio-controlled boat was sold after the electrical exhibition.

b) Tesla supposed that it was possible to generate electricity from atmosphere.

c) Tesla supposed that it was impossible to transmit it wirelessly over huge distances.

d) Tesla isn’t used to define the intensity of magnetic fields.


5. There is a hypothesis, the Tungus meteorite which happened in remote Siberia forests in 1908,

  1. was a natural space body which exploded near the surface of the earth.

  2. was the effect of Tesla testing the universal Law of gravitation.

  3. was the effect of Tesla testing his directed energy weapon.

d) was the effect of Tesla testing his directed nuclear weapon.



Part II Use of English.


1.Use the words in the appropriate forms.

A lot of things have changed since the come of the “digital decade”. As we enter the era of modern inventions, people’s ideology of living becomes very different, in comparison as it was fifty years ago. We got used to such new things, which very help us in everyday life, people from the nearest past couldn’t even dream about.

Do you think about electricity when you switch on the light? Do you ever think about any ___________(1) issues when you use a microwave, a cell phone or a laser printer? No, we have already got used to all those devices and take them for granted.

Now we have much more ___________(2) projects on the mind - launching space apparatus to Mars and studying the deeps of the ocean.

If the _______________(3) development of society doesn't slow down in the near future, __________________(4) will make major breakthroughs in ______________(5) technologies, space technologies and genetics. Nanotechnologies and robots will widen people's abilities ______________(6).

It's ______________(7) an exciting time to live in, as so many ________ (8) things are happening around.






science


ambition


technology

science communicate

dramatical

real fantasy



2.Change the verbs to nouns and write them down.

verb

noun

1

imagine



2

suggest



3

excite



4

invite



5

disappoint





3. Write the words into two columns world combinations and its translations.

1

A primitive dwarf elephant

a

Эволюция человека

2

Environmental condition

b

Сокращение энергетических потребностей

3

A global warming

c

Большая плотность населения

4

Tiny creatures

d

Примитивный карликовый слон

5

Densely populated

e

Крохотные существа

6

Human evolution

f

Время оледенения

7

Minimizing energy requirements

g

Условия окружающей среды

8

Glacial times

h

Глобальное потепление






Ключи

Вариант I.

Бланк ответов.

вопроса


Вариант ответа

вопроса


Вариант ответа



Part I Reading

Read the article and choose the correct answer.


2.Change the verbs to nouns and write them down.


1

b) was less talented than his contemporary Edison.

1

improve – improvement


2

c) his family didn't want to publish his papers.

2

investigate - investigation


3

a) never did any other job but researching into physics.

3

punish - punishment


4

b) was re-designed in the middle of the twentieth century.

4

move - movement


5

b) but didn't get any results due to poor equipment.

5

explain - explanation



Part II Use of English.

1. Use the words in the appropriate forms.


3. Write the words into two columns world combinations and its translations.


1

use -used

1

Pygmy elephant

c

Слоны – пигмеи

2

increase – has increased


2

Environmental condition

g

Условия окружающей среды

3

fall – have fallen

3

An astonishing discovery

e

Потрясающее открытие

4

businessman - businessmen

4

Tiny creatures

f

Крохотные существа

5

means - means

5

A limited food supply

h

Ограниченный запас пищи

6

emit – is emitted

6

Human evolution

a

Эволюция человека

7

deteriorate – is deteriorating

7

A giant rodent

d

Гигантский грызун

8

fly - flying

8

Glacial times

b

Время оледенения


Вариант II.

Бланк ответов.

вопроса


Вариант ответа

вопроса


Вариант ответа



Part I Reading

Read the article and choose the correct answer.


2. Change the verbs to nouns and write them down.


1

c) was known to the public.

1

inform - information


2

b) they were either lost, or vanished, or never published.

2

manage -management


3

d) at the end of his life was claimed to suffer from mental disorder.

3

examine - examination


4

a) Tesla supposed that it was possible to transmit it wirelessly over huge distances.

4

govern - government


5

a) is sure that Tesla succeeded in creating artificial lightning.

5

collect -collection



Part II Use of English.

1. Use the words in the appropriate forms.


3. Write the words into two columns world combinations and its translations.


1

person - personal

1

Pygmy elephant

e

Слоны – пигмеи

2

inform - information

2

A hobbit-like species of humans

f

Люди, похожие на хоббитов

3

communicate - communicating


3

An astonishing discovery

g

Потрясающее открытие

4

importance - important


4

Minimizing energy requirements

a

Сокращение энергетических потребностей

5

relax - relaxation


5

A limited food supply

d

Ограниченный запас пищи

6

wonder - wonderful

6

Prehistoric times

b

Доисторическое время

7

education - educational

7

A giant rodent

h

Гигантский грызун

8

prefer - preference

8

A movable type

c

Печатный станок




Вариант III.

Бланк ответов.

вопроса


Вариант ответа

вопроса


Вариант ответа



Part I Reading

Read the article and choose the correct answer.


2. Change the verbs to nouns and write them down.


1

d) was less talented than his contemporary Edison.

1

imagine - imagination


2

c) they were either vanished, or never published, or lost.

2

suggest -suggestion


3

d) was born in nineteen century and died in twenties century.

3

excite - excitement


4

b) Tesla supposed that it was possible to generate electricity from atmosphere.

4

invite - invitation


5

  1. was the effect of Tesla testing his directed energy weapon.

5

disappoint - disappointment



Part II Use of English.

1. Use the words in the appropriate forms.


3. Write the words into two columns world combinations and its translations.


1

science - scientific

1

A primitive dwarf elephant

d

Примитивный карликовый слон

2

ambition - ambitious


2

Environmental condition

g

Условия окружающей среды

3

technology - technological


3

A global warming

h

Глобальное потепление

4

science - scientists

4

Tiny creatures

e

Крохотные существа

5

communicate - communication

5

Densely populated

c

Большая плотность населения

6

dramatical - dramatically


6

Human evolution

a

Эволюция человека

7

real - really

7

Minimizing energy requirements

b

Сокращение энергетических потребностей

8

fantasy - fantastic

8

Glacial times

f

Время оледенения
























































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