Read the text. If the line is correct put a tick (v) in the space provided. If the line has a word that shouldn’t be there, write the word in the space provided.
THE SCHOOL (вариант для уч-ся)
The Intensive School of English is one of the most
popular schools in Brighton. We hear offer a unique
and flexible programme of the high quality, low price
classes for adults, young adults and teenagers who
wish to learn English quickly. It is being
a teacher training centre which has the worldwide
reputation for combining quality and value in both
English language teaching and with teacher training.
The school is situated in the Duke Street in the heart
of the beautiful and old town. Overlooking the sea,
we are only in 2 minutes from the beach and 5 minutes
from both the bus and the railway stations. Duke
Street is a busy exciting area is full of cafes, bars, pubs
and shops. The school itself is a lively, friendly and
truly cosmopolitan with over 30 different country
student nationalities regularly in attendance. It has its
own café, language speaking laboratory and library.
Classrooms all are modern, bright and well-equipped.
The teachers are have been chosen very carefully.
Match the two parts of the sentences.
1. When my father retired…
a. …she bought the VCR.
2. You were very busy…
b. …I’ve heard much bout you.
3. I’m glad to see you…
c. … I haven’t done my homework yet.
4. I didn’t see her…
d. …when I was in London.
5. Helen gave me her new book but…
e. … at Mariinski Theatre on Sunday.
6. He nodded…
f. … we went to live in a little town.
7. She has not been out since…
g. … I haven’t had a chance to read it.
8. We saw them…
h. … and went upstairs.
9. I can’t go to the pictures because…
i. … we came to St Petersburg.
10. I haven’t been to Moscow…
j. … when I saw you two days ago.
Match the two parts of the sentences.
1.When she looked out of the window…
a. … have a look at it, please!
2. I wonder…
b. … we didn’t finish the work in time.
3. I’ve finished my work…
c. … I thought he was busy.
4. Tell me how…
d. … it was raining heavily.
5. I bought a new house last year…
e. … I haven’t done my homework yet.
6. I was afraid he would be angry if…
f. … what we will be doing in a year’s
7. When they were crossing the street…
g. … she was just written.
8. She is going to post the letter…
h. … I’ll recognize your brother.
9. I did not call him because…
i. … a woman came towards them and asked the way to the Russian Museum.
10. I can’t go to the disco because…
j. … I have not sold my house yet.
Put in the appropriate form of say, tell or ask.
Ben_____that the lift is out of order.
Lucy_____Harris that she couldn’t go to the pictures with him.
He_____me if I smoked.
She_____Jane if she could play the violin very well.
I _____her if she liked children.
What did she _____you?
Please, don’t _____Jim what had happened.
Ann_____she did not like Peter.
Jack_____me he was ill.
Why didn’t you_____me the truth?
Read the text. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the space in the same line. Write words in the boxes provided.
Theatre (вариант для уч-ся)
Theatre is one of the ___ forms of entertainment.
In the Middle Ages, early dramas were often___
and ___in churches. For instance, mystery plays
told Bible stories in a ___ colourful way.
The first___ theatres were built in the times of
Shakespeare. These theatres were ___, it wasn’t
until the late 1600s that theatres were____.
Many early plays were set in exotic ___. But in
the last 100 years, ____ have written more about
ordinary characters and ___. In the 1960s, many
plays were kitchen sink dramas___ life in very
Read the text and think of one word which best fits each space. Write the words in the boxes provided.
A Noble Gift
One of the most 0 famous monuments in the world, the Statue of Liberty, was 1_____to the United States of America in the 19th century by the people of France. The great statue, which was2_____by the sculptor Auguste Bartoldi, took ten years to 3_____. The actual figure was 4_____of copper supported by a metal framework which had been especially 5_____by Eifel. Before it could be transported to the U.S., a 6_____had to be found of it, and, a _____had to be built. The site chosen was an 8_____at the entrance of New York Harbour. By 1844, a statue which was 151 feet 9_____, had been erected in Paris. The following 10_____, it was taken to pieces and sent to America. By the end of October 1886, the statue had been put together again and 11_____was officially presented to the American people. Ever since 12_____, the great monument has been a symbol of liberty for the millions of people who have passed through New York Harbour to make their13_____in America.