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Тест к учебнику Spotlight-11. Модуль 2

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Module 2

Variant 1

Listening

Listen to a radio interview with some teens talking about ways they’ve helped friends in trouble. Match the speakers with the statements A-G below. There is one extra statement.



A I’m always ready to protect my friend.

B I like sharing my friend’s interests.

C A little help is often all that is needed.

D I want to help my friend with her family problems.

E My friends always come to me for help.

F I’m willing to make sacrifices for my friend.

G I encourage my friend to be honest.

Speaker

1

2

3

4

5

6

Statement









Reading

Read the text and mark the statements 6-8 as T(true), F(false), or NS(not stated).

The Lowdown on Bullies!

As some point in our lives, many of us will have to deal with a bully. Yet bullies are not at all the same. To be able to handle such a threat, it is important to know what kind of person you are dealing with.

The most dangerous and common bully is the aggressive one. Aggressive bullies use the fear of violence to control others. Unfortunately, it doesn’t stop there. They are known to quickly lose their temper and harm their victims without ever feeling sorry for them. When faced with such a person, immediately tell a parent or teacher. Furthermore, stay in public places and amongst others for safety. Some people even learn self-defense to protect themselves against this kind of bully. However, violence is not the answer, as it leads to even more violence.

Next, are the verbal bullies. They attack with words and are only happy when others feel hurt. So when an unkind joke is made, show as little reaction as possible and just walk away. Remember, you cannot talk sense to an unreasonable person. And, above all, never make jokes about yourself to prove that nothing can hurt you. This will only encourage them.

Last, is the computer bully. The best way to deal with this menace is by deleting their messages. Do not read anything they write and never send a reply. When faced with such a person. It is wise to seriously consider a change of email address.

Keep in mind that bullies are simply people who envy the talents of their victims. The only way they can feel powerful is by putting others down. Therefore, never listen to anything they have to say!



6 Aggressive bullies later regret hurting someone.

7 One way to deal with computer bullies is to report them to the police.

8 Bullies are jealous of what other people are good at.









Use of English

Grammar

Make sentences, as in the example. Make any necessary changes.

Example: place/borrow books - library

A library is a place where you can borrow books.

9) something/make calls with - mobile phone

10) book/help you spell correctly - dictionary

11) someone/fix people’s teeth - dentist

12) place/see dramas and comedies - theatre



Join the sentences using relative pronouns.

13) Let’s go to Greece. The sun always shines there.

14) This is Jane. Her sister is my classmate.

15) My parents moved to the city to find work. They were born in a small village.

Vocabulary

Choose the correct word for each sentence.

regrets harm hurt persuade dissuade



16) Not eating properly and getting too little sleep can eventually _______ your health.

17) How can we __________ you to join us at the restaurant this evening?

18) John ________ his decision to leave school early and work at his father’s shop.

19) Harry was going to quit his guitar lessons, but his parents managed to ________ him.

20) Stephen needs to apologize to Kate because he’s really ________ her feelings





















Module 2

Variant 2

Listening

Listen to a radio interview with some teens talking about ways they’ve helped friends in trouble. Match the speakers with the statements A-G below. There is one extra statement.



A I like sharing my friend’s interests.

B I want to help my friend with her family problems.

C A little help is often all that is needed.

D I encourage my friend to be honest.

E My friends always come to me for help.

F I’m always ready to protect my friend.

G I’m willing to make sacrifices for my friend.

Speaker

1

2

3

4

5

6

Statement









Reading

Read the text and mark the statements 6-8 as T(true), F(false), or NS(not stated).

The Lowdown on Bullies!

As some point in our lives many of us will have to deal with a bully. Yet bullies are not at all the same. To be able to handle such a threat, it is important to know what kind of person you are dealing with.

The most dangerous and common bully is the aggressive one. Aggressive bullies use the fear of violence to control others, Unfortunately, it doesn’t stop there. They are known to quickly lose their temper and harm their victims without ever feeling sorry for them. When faced with such a person, immediately tell a parent or teacher. Furthermore, stay in public places and amongst others for safety. Some people even learn self-defense to protect themselves against this kind of bully. However, violence is not the answer, as it leads to even more violence.

Next, are the verbal bullies. They attack with words and are only happy when others feel hurt. So when an unkind joke is made, show as little reaction as possible and just walk away. Remember, you cannot talk sense to an unreasonable person. And, above all, never make jokes about yourself to prove that nothing can hurt you. This will only encourage them.

Last, is the computer bully. The best way to deal with this menace is by deleting their messages. Do not read anything they write and never send a reply. When faced with such a person. It is wise to seriously consider a change of email address.



6 When dealing with an aggressive bully, seek the help of an adult.

7 Humour will keep verbal bullies away.

8 Computer bullies use very advanced technology.













Use of English

Grammar

Make sentences, as in the example. Make any necessary changes.

Example: place/borrow books - library

A library is a place where you can borrow books.

9) animal/live in Australia - kangaroo

10) someone/put out fires - firefighter

11) place/see films - cinema

12) something/open and lock doors with - key



Join the sentences using relative pronouns.

13) The letter hasn’t arrived yet. He posted it three days ago.

14) The football match was very exciting. My friend played in it.

15) Tom introduced me to Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith is his manager.



Vocabulary

Choose the correct word for each sentence.

denies influence missing effect losing



16) Joe’s elder sister is a good ________ on him; she helps him make the right decisions.

17) Even though the teacher caught Penny on cheating, she still _________ it.

18) I have such a heavy workload! I feel like I’m __________ control!

19) His constant lying is having a terrible _________ on their friendship.

20) Brenda has been ___________ her friends terribly ever since she changed schools.





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