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Form 8

Speaking Comprehension


1. Tell about a good book or a good movie you’ve recently read/seen.

2. Describe any day in your life, beginning with the moment you get up and ending with the time you go to bed.


Writing Comprehension

Choose one of the quotations given below and comment upon it.


1. My friend’s Summer Holidays.

2. The Celebration of the Day of Knowledge in Our School.

3. Write how you prefer to spend your free time.


Listening Comprehension

Once a rich Englishwoman called Mrs Johnson decided to have a birthday party. She invited a lot of guests and a singer. The singer was poor, but he had a very good voice. 
The singer got to Mrs Johnson's house at exactly six o'clock as he had been asked to do, but when he went in, he saw through a door that the dining-room was already full of guests, who were sitting round a big table in the middle of the room. The guests were eating, joking, laughing, and talking loudly. Mrs Johnson came out to him, and he thought she was going to ask him to join them, when she said, "We're glad, sir, that you have come. You will be singing after dinner, I'll call you as soon as we're ready to listen to you. Now will you go into the kitchen and have dinner, too, please?" 
The singer was very angry, but said nothing. At first he wanted to leave Mrs Johnson's house at once, but then he changed his mind and decided to stay and teach her and her rich guests a good lesson. When the singer went into the kitchen, the servants were having dinner, too. He joined them. After dinner, the singer thanked everybody and said, "Well, now I'm going to sing to you, my good friends." And he sang them some beautiful songs. 
Soon Mrs Johnson called the singer. 
"Well, sir, we're ready." 
"Ready?" asked the singer. "What are you ready for?" 
"To listen to you," said Mrs Johnson in an angry voice. 
"Listen to me? But I have already sung, and I'm afraid I shan't be able to sing any more tonight." 
"Where did you sing?" 
"In the kitchen. I always sing for those I have dinner with."







1.Listen to the text and decide if the statements are true or false.

  1. Once a rich English woman called Mrs.Johnson decided to have a birthday party.

  2. She invited a lot of guests and a teacher.

  3. He got to Mrs.Johnson’s house at exactly seven o’clock as he had been asked to do.

  4. You will be singing after dinner.

  5. The singer was very hungry, that’s why said nothing.

  6. He decided to stay and teach her and her rich guests a good lesson.

  7. When the teacher went into the kitchen, the servants were having dinner, too.

  8. After dinner, he thanked everybody and said, “Well, now I’m going to sing to you, my good friends.” And he sang them some beautiful songs.

  9. Soon Mrs.Jackson called the singer.

  10. I always sing for those I have dinner with.


2. Choose the correct answer to complete the sentences.

  1. Once a rich English woman called Mrs.Johnson decided to have .

a) a business trip;

b) a holiday supper;

c) a birthday party;

d) a sea voyage.

  1. She invited a lot of guests and a singer. The singer was poor, but he had .

a) a very good suit;

b) a very good voice;

c) a very good friend;

d) a lot of money.

  1. The singer got to Mrs.Johnson’s house at as he had been asked to do.

a) at exactly five o’clock;

b) at exactly three o’clock;

c) at exactly six o’clock;

d) at exactly seven o’clock.

  1. The singer saw through a door that a dining-room was already full of guests, who … … round a big table in the middle of the room.

a) were running;

b) were jumping;

c) were walking;

d) were sitting.

  1. Now will you go and have dinner, too, please?”

a) into the living room;

b) into the kitchen;

c) into the bathroom;

d) into the bedroom.

  1. The singer was … … , but said nothing.

a) very angry;

b) very hungry;

c) very attentive;

d) very satisfied.

  1. At first he wanted to leave … … at once, but then he changed his mind and decided to stay and teach her and her rich guests a good lesson.

a) Mrs.Daniel’s house;

b) Mrs.Jackson’s house;

c) Mrs.Simpson’s house;

d) Mrs.Johnson’s house.

18. When the singer went into the kitchen, the were having dinner, too.

a) friends;

b) neighbours;

c) servants ;

d) children.

  1. After , the singer thanked everybody and said, “Well, now I’m going to sing to you, my good friends.”

a) supper;

b) breakfast;

c) lunch;

d) dinner.

  1. Soon Mrs.Johnson called the singer. “Well, sir, we are ready. “Ready?’

asked the singer. “What are you ready for?’ “… … ,

a) to discuss;

b) to speak about;

c) to cry;

d) to listen to you.



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