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Тест к учебнику Spotlight-11. Модуль 3

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Module 3

Variant 1

Listening

Listen to the speakers and for questions 1-6 choose A, B or C.

1 Listen to a woman talking about a charity shop. What does she think about it?

A It’s not as cheap as she would like.

B They should close the shop down.

C They do excellent job.

2 Listen to a man talking about young people. What is his opinion?

A They can’t find an opportunity to help their parents with housework.

B They have more free time than he used to.

C They are under a lot of pressure at school.

3 Listen to a woman talking about credit cards. What does she think about them?

A They are useful when you have no money.

B Everybody should have one.

C People would be better off without them.

4 Listen to a girl talking about her exam results. What results has she got?

A She had failed all her exams.

B She had got terrible marks.

C She had got excellent results in all her exams.

5 Listen to a boy talking about his part-time job. How does he feel about it?

A He doesn’t like it.

B He’s glad he took the job.

C He finds it too tiring.

6 Listen to a young man talking about his job interview. What happened?

A He didn’t get the job.

B He couldn’t lie about his experience.

C The interviewer didn’t like his honesty.

Reading

Match the texts 1-3 with the headings A-D. Use each heading only once. There is one extra heading.

A SUPPORT FOR THE ELDERLY C PROTECT YOUR FRIENDS

B KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN D DON’T BE DECEIVED

1 Neighbourhood Watch is one of the most successful crime prevention programmes ever. It was first set up in the UK in 1982. The scheme encourages neighbours in specific areas to work together by watching each other’s properties and raising an alarm when they notice anything suspicious. Since the scheme began, crime has reduced dramatically. Today, Neighbourhood Watch includes 10 million residents, making it the largest voluntary organization in the UK.

2 The Card Watch agency raises awareness about credit card fraud in the UK. The agency provides information and advice to prevent the illegal use of all bank cards. It does this by working closely with shop owners and the police in reducing bank card fraud. The agency can also provide training for anybody who works on a cash register or handles payments. Its useful website is full of tips on how to avoid being the victim of credit card fraud.

3 The Help the Aged charity began in 1961 and is now a leading international charity for the elderly. The focus of the charity is to help senior citizens and ensure they do not suffer from poverty and neglect. They also offer a free home security service for all older people in the country. For this purpose, the charity raises money through its 370 charity shops all over the UK that sell second-hand items.

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Grammar

Fill in the correct form of the verb in brackets (-ing form, to-infinitive or infinitive).

8 My brother made me ______________ (apologize) for taking his football without asking.

9 He’s old enough ___________ (drive) a car.

10 I don’t like ___________ (shout) at you but sometimes you make me so angry!

11 You should ___________ (be) very careful when you walk in dark streets at night.

12 I like to have a glass of milk before ___________ (go) to bed.



Vocabulary

Use the phrases to complete the sentences.

made off found guilty pay a fine prison sentence identified the mugger stand out



13. She was ___________ of the murder of Jessie Roberts.

14. Anyone caught speeding will have to ________ of ₤60.

15. The burglar was given an 11-month ____________.

16. Don’t be so timid; you need to ____________ for your right to express yourself freely.

17. The robbers broke into the shop and __________ with 100,000 pounds worth of jewellery.

18. The witness ____________ who had attacked him in the street three days before.









































Module 3

Variant 2

Listening

Listen to the speakers and for questions 1-6 choose A, B or C.

1 Listen to a woman talking about a charity shop. What does she think about it?

A The homeless need their help.

B It’s too expensive for her to buy things there.

C They earn too little money to help.

2 Listen to a man talking about young people. What is his opinion?

A Their parents are too demanding.

B They can play their time better.

C They should work part-time with their parents.

3 Listen to a woman talking about credit cards. What does she think about them?

A People need them when they don’t have enough money.

B It is easier not to have a credit card at all than to pay it off.

C People depend on credit cards and can’t do without them.

4 Listen to a girl talking about her exam results. What had she expected?

A She had failed all her exams.

B Her parents would be disappointed.

C She had done badly in all of her exams.

5 Listen to a boy talking about his part-time job. How does he feel about it?

A He likes it.

B He’s disappointed he took the job.

C He finds it too tiring.

6 Listen to a young man talking about his job interview. What happened?

A He got the job.

B He lied about his experience.

C The interview went terribly wrong.



Reading

Match the texts 1-3 with the headings A-D. Use each heading only once. There is one extra heading.

A REAL-LIFE LEARNING C SAFETY FOR EVERYONE

B KEEPING THE YOUNG SAFE D KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN



1 Kidscape is the first charity in the UK which works towards keeping children away from danger. The charity was set up in 1984 by Dr Michelle Elliot, a mother herself. So far over 2 million children have attended a programme the charity runs which teaches children how to avoid risky situations and also how to defend themselves if they are ever at risk. Children can also learn how to deal with bullies and what to do when a stranger approaches them.

2 The Suzy Lamplugh Trust was established in 1986 and has grown considerably over the last twenty years. The purpose of the trust has always been to promote personal protection. The trust offers advice and guidance on how to stay away from aggressive incidents and avoid dangerous situations. It offers its services to anyone, from big companies to young children and the elderly.

3 Streetwise Safety Centre is an award-winning safety education centre. The centre looks like a real village, but in fact, it is an artificial village inside a large warehouse. The area consists of a house, a street, a park, a farmyard, a railway track and a beach. In the village children are taught to be more aware in all aspects of their lives, from catching a bus to walking home at night. Skilled teachers work with young people so that they can have a first-hand, realistic experience of what it is like to be a victim of a crime.



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Grammar

Fill in the correct form of the verb in brackets (-ing form, to-infinitive or infinitive).

8 Anna wants ___________ (apply) to Oxford University to study Mathematics.

9 Let me ____________ (stay) up a little longer. The film hasn’t finished yet.

10 Mia would like ____________ (be) a professional singer.

11 It’s not worth _____________ (try) to convince him.

12 The exam has now begun. You must _____________ (raise) your hand if you need any assistance.



Vocabulary

Use the phrases to complete the sentences.

do community service broke the law kept back went to court got off with a warning

confessed to the crime

13. Yesterday, my mum _________ to give evidence in a criminal trial.

14. The young shoplifter _________ because it was his first offence.

15. Catherine _________ by illegally downloading music.

16. The judge told the vandal he would have to ________ in the aria he lived.

17. The woman they arrested __________ late last night.

18. The police were sure that Robert ______________ about the crime, so they called him in for questioning again.


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