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Тест к модулю 2, 9 класс, учебник Spotlight

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Test 2 (Spotlight 9)

Listening

1.     Listen to the dialogues A-D and match them to the places 1-5. There is one extra place.

 


1.       At the Doctor’s

 

2.       In a shop

 

3.       In a classroom

 

4.       In a museum

 

5.       In a swimming pool

 


A -        B -      C -        D -    


 

2.     Listen to the speakers A-E. Match the statements 1-6 to the speakers A-E.  There is one extra statement.

 

1.       The speaker describes his/her room.

 

2.       The speaker describes the area where he/she lives.

 

3.       The speaker talks about unusual houses.

 

4.       The speaker talks about a local tourist attraction.

 

5.       The speaker explains how to get to the city centre.

 

6.       The speaker explains why he/she likes the city life.

 

A -     B -     C -     D -     E  -     

                                                                                                                   Total: 18 points

 

Vocabulary

Complete the sentences using the appropriate verb from the list below in the correct form.

*make     *do       *keep      *hang out       *take      *mop     *dust     

1. You can’t ........................ the washing now. It’s raining and all the clothes will get wet.

2.The only thing left to do is ....................... the furniture, and then the house will be ready for tonight’s party.

3. Take off your shoes before going into the kitchen; Mum has just....................... the floor.

4. Timmy likes helping around the house, but he hates having to ......................... the rubbish out every night.

5. I don’t know how Samantha manages to ....................... the ironing so fast; it takes me an hour just to iron two shirts!

6. Pamela always....................... her bed as soon as she gets up in the morning.

7. Messy people find it difficult to ....................... their rooms tidy.

 

 Underline the correct item.

8. Dan’s muscles relaxed/went soft after his accident, as he was unable to exercise for months.

9. Jenny would like a house with a crowded/ spacious study where she can put her big desk and her two big bookcases.

10. David was tired of the noise and pollution of the big city, so he decided to move to a small, isolated/industrial town in the countryside.

11. Mrs Finch is very arrogant/nosy; she always peeps at us from behind the curtains to see what we’re doing in the garden.

12. Of all the housework/household chores, doing the dishes is the one Jenny hates most.

Grammar

13. Sam avoids ............................. (shop) at the corner shop, because it’s a bit expensive.

14. Do you mind ............................. (get) off the phone? I need to make a call.

15. George has offered ............................... (take) the dog for a walk while I’m busy with the chores.

16. Danny wants............................. (become) an astronaut when he grows up.

17. They are tired of .............................(live) in the dirty, noisy city, so they’ve decided to move to the countryside.

18. I don’t remember ............................... (turn) off the lights upstairs, can you please check?

19. John has been working all morning, but he’s stopped ............................. (have) some lunch.

20. Mark’s parents never let him ...................... (stay) out late on weeknights.

21. Why don't we leave a bit later tomorrow? I can’t stand ............................. (wake) up

early!

22. You must.............................(tidy) up your own room, I’m not your slave, you know!

23. Sarah made her sister ............................. (promise) never to take her things again.

24. The new James Bond movie is worth .......... (see).

Translate into English


25 компенсировать забытый день рождения

26 воры скрылись с товарами

27 разобрать, о чем здесь сказано

28 придумать оправдание


Everyday English

 

Complete the exchanges using the phrases below. There is one extra phrase.

 

• I hope not. • What have I done now? • Sorrу! I didn’t realise it annoyed you. • That’s not very nice. • Don’t worry about it. • You drive me crazy.

 

29 A: Mark! Stop playing the music so loudly!

B: ...........................................................................

30 A: Peter never tidies his room. He always expects me to do it.

B: ...........................................................................

31 A: Joe, come here right now!

B: ......................................................

32 A: I’m so sorry I broke your CD player.

B: ...........................................................................

33 A: I promise that I will never leave the kitchen in such a mess again.

B: ...........................................................................

 

Reading

 

https://cdni.rt.com/inotv/s/content/3/e/e/146914_1_5129125488_1311a16087_z_big.jpg                             The White House

 

For more than 200 years, the White House has been known as the symbol of the President's administration, and of the United States.           

 

The history of the White House began when President George Washington signed an Act of Congress in December of 1790 which declared that the federal government would live in a district "not exceeding ten miles square on the river Potomac." The creation of the new American capital began. Later it was named Washington after the first American President.

 

George Washington, together with the city planner Pierre L'Enfant, chose the place for the new president’s home.  A competition was held to find an architect to design  the President's House. Nine proposals were handed in, and architect James Hoban won the competition. He proposed to build an impressive three-storey house.         

 

The construction began in October of 1792. Although President Washington watched over the construction of the house, he never lived in it. Originally the White House was grey and was called the Presidential Palace. In 1800, when it was nearly completed, its first residents, President John Adams and his wife moved in. Ever since, each President of the United States has lived in this residence.

 

The Presidential Palace was seriously damaged in the great fire of 1814. The British invaded Washington and burned many buildings. After the war James Hoban, the original architect, partially rebuilt the President’s home. To cover the marks of the fire, the building was painted white. At various times in history, the building has been known as the President's Palace, the President's House, and the Executive Mansion. President Theodore Roosevelt officially gave it the name of the White House in 1901.          

 

The White House is the president's private home and each president has made his own changes and additions in it.  At first the president's office was located in the living area, on the second floor of the White House. When Theodore Roosevelt brought his large family to the White House in 1901, he felt that his office and his home should be completely separated. Two wings were added to the first floor of the building: the East Wing and the West Wing. The President's Office was moved into the West Wing and was called the Oval Office.

 

In 1805 President Thomas Jefferson opened the house for public tours. However, since September 11, 2001 the public tours have been prohibited.

 

There are 132 rooms in the residence now.  For recreation, the White House has a variety of facilities available to its residents, including a tennis court, a jogging track, a swimming pool, a movie theatre, and a bowling alley.

 

The garden around the White House was first planted by John Adams, the first resident of the White house. Later it was redesigned by many presidents and their first ladies. The part of the garden outside the Oval Office is used now as a place for official ceremonies.

 

34.All the government members approved of the place for the new capital.

 

              1)       True               2) False         3)           Not stated

 

35.The President’s House was built according to George Washington’s design.

 

             1)        True 2)            False 3)           Not stated

 

36.George Washington was the first resident of the new President’s Palace.

 

             1)        True     2)        False    3)        Not stated

 

37.The White House had several names during its history.

 

             1)        True 2)            False 3)           Not stated

 

38.President Theodore Roosevelt enlarged the territory of the White House.

 

             1)        True 2)            False 3)           Not stated

 

39.Nowadays the White House is open for tourists on week days.

 

             1)        True2)             False3)            Not stated

 

40.The White House offers different sport facilities to its residents.

 

             1)        True 2)            False 3)           Not stated

 

41.The garden of the White House presents a rich collection of exotic plants.

 

             1)        True 2)            False 3)           Not stated

 

Writing

You’ve got a letter from your English-speaking pen friend about his/her neighbourhood and neighbours. Write him/her a letter and answer his/her questions: What do you like about your neighbourhood? What are your next-door neighbours like? Do you sometimes help your neighbours? Write 80-100 words.

 

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Тест составлен по программе учебника Spotlight 9, Английский язык, 9 класс (базовый уровень), Афанасьева О.В., Дули Д. и др., Изд. «Просвещение» к теме "Life&Living".

В тесте содержатся задания на аудирование, проверка лексики и грамматики, задание на чтение с ответом на вопрос по тексту и тестовой частью.

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