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Тесты к учебнику М.З. Биболетовой Enjoy English , 9 класс (Unit 1)

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The 9-th form

PROGRESS CHECK 1

PART I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION (Student’s Book: ex. 1 p. 58); 9 points)

  1. Listen to the text about the book fair. Read the sentences and tick the correct ones

  2. Listen to the text again and fill in the missing information.

PART II. READING COMPREHENSION

Task 1. Read the text and do the tasks below (Student’s Book: ex. 2 p. 58) (3 points)

  1. Choose the title which fits the text best.

  1. Sarah’s mother.

  2. How should parents care about their teenagers.

  3. Sarah arranges home parties for her friends.

  4. The difficult age.

  1. Find the sentence that is not true.

  1. Sarah’s mother thinks that the best way to treat teenagers is to make them realize responsibility for their actions.

  2. Sarah thinks that she was grown up enough to manage the party.

  3. Sarah’s mother didn’t let her invite the friends she wanted.

  4. She accepted that arranging the party is not only making a list of the guests.

  1. Look at the text again. Notice the lines in bold. Choose what Sarah’s mother means there.

  1. Sarah keeps her school uniform wherever she likes and I can’t do anything about it.

  2. Because Sarah keeps her things under the bed I’ll help her to clean and iron it in the morning.

  3. It’s her business where she keeps her blazer, but she should look nice and tidy at school.

  4. I don’t care where she keeps her school uniform. It’s her business how to look at school.

Task 2. Do you think that Sarah’s mother is right when she says that parents should not take too much care of teenagers? Give your reasons (2 points).

Task 3. Sum up how Sarah’s mother prevents problems and conflicts with her daughter. Do you share her point of view or not? Explain why (2 points).

PART III. USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY)

Complete pet-related questions. Mind the tenses (8 points).

  1. ……………………………………a pet? (have got)

  2. What pet ………………………….? (have)

  3. Who ………………………………the cat? (feed)

  4. How often ………………………..your hamster? (feed)

  5. Where ……………………………? (your parrot/ sleep)

  6. Have you ever …………………… as a pet? (rat/ keep)

  7. What pet …………………………. to have when you were 7 years old? (you/ want)

  8. ………. you ever ………………… a live bear? (see)

PART IV. WRITING (Home task; 6 points)

Write a letter to your friend and tell him/ her about the most interesting weekend you’ve had with your family or friends.

PART V. SPEAKING

You are planning an outing or day of entertainment. Make up a dialogue following the guideline (Student’s Book: ex. 7 p. 60). Then act out the dialogue. Don’t forget to greet each other and to say goodbye. (5 points)

Maximum 35 points

35 – 32 points

5”

31 – 25 points

4”

24 – 17 points

3”


The 9-th form

PROGRESS CHECK 2

PART I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION (Student’s Book: ex. 1 p. 99)

Listen to the conversation and choose the right sentence. Listen again and correct any mistakes. (5 points)

PART II. READING COMPREHENSION

Read the text and do the task below (5 points)

IS INSURANCE NECESSARY FOR A TRAVELLER?

  1. Agencies provide you with different insurances: you can get a life insurance and accident insurance, car insurance and boat insurance, homeowners insurance and travel insurance, and lots of other kinds of insurance policies. Why do people buy insurance policies? For example, why do they buy travel insurance when they go abroad?

  2. This is what Adam Brown, the owner of the insurance agency "Safe Travel" says: "When we travel, we can face some unexpected risks. First of all, we can get ill or can have an accident while travelling. The risk is rather high, especially in exotic countries. There are exotic diseases, and snakes and mosquitoes inhabit the most beautiful islands. So, if you become ill or injured, your travel insurance will provide financial support. That is, the agency will pay for your treatment.

  3. Then your luggage can be lost while travelling, and, unfortunately, this happens a lot. Can you imagine your life in a foreign city without even the most essential clothes and personal things? If your luggage is lost or damaged, your travel insurance will financially cover at least some percentage of the property that has been lost. With that money you can buy everything necessary and your holiday won't be ruined.

  4. And last but not least, your luggage or money can be stolen. It's not a very good idea to wait till the police find it. It can take too much time. The agency will pay for the damage done and, then, let the police do their job while you are enjoying your holiday."

  5. Adam Brown has been in insurance business for more than fifteen years, and the number of his clients is growing. It's growing, he thinks, because when people are on holiday, they want rest and relaxation, and travel insurance helps them relax and enjoy their trip even if something goes wrong.

Fill in the gaps with appropriate words from the text. Don’t write more than one word in each gap. Then transfer your answers to the table.

Nowadays different people buy different 1) … policies. People who own cars buy car insurance, People who own flats and houses buy 2) … insurance, and for people, who travel a lot, travel insurance is highly recommended.

When we travel, something can go wrong and we have to face some 3) … risks. We can get ill, or our luggage can be 4) … or damaged or even stolen. Most people buy travel insurance from travel agencies because they want to have some 5) … during vacations and don’t want to worry about anything.

Number

Words

1


2


3


4


5


PART III. USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY)

Choose the right option. Write the correct letter in each gap. Transfer your answers to the table (8 points).

Sharks have always been depicted as cruel and murderous creatures. Lots of feature films 1) … to demonstrate how dangerous to people they are. Though some kinds of sharks can really attack people, the number of people 2) … or killed by sharks is very small. Marine biologists insist that most sharks are 3) … to people. Along with that, the shark is one of the most ancient creatures of the world, and it should 4) … by all countries.

One of the sharks which has recently been added to the Red List is the dog-fish or the dumb gulper shark. It is one of Australia’s rarest deepwater sharks. The average length of an adult shark is one meter forty centimeters, 5) … it can live up to forty years, It’s not dangerous to people 6) … people are a real danger to it. The dog-fish population 7) … down by 99 % over the past 20 years.

The trouble of the shark is that its oil (fat) is widely used in cosmetics for producing face and hand creams and in dietary food. People fish it illegally for the oil. Scientists say that if fishing is not stopped immediately, the dog-fish 8) … into the list of extinct creatures very soon.

1 a) shoot

b) shot

c) have shot

d)have been shot

2 a) injure

b) injured

c) injuring

d) injury

3 a) harm

b) harmed

c) harmless

d) unharmed

4 a) protect

b) is protected

c) was protected

d) will be protected

5 a) and

b) that

c) or

d) though

6 a) and

b) besides

c) because

d) but

7 a) falls

b) fell

c) has fallen

d) had fallen

8 a) will include

b) will be included

c) has been included

d) was included

Number

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Letter










PART IV. WRITING (Home task; 6 points)

Student’s Book: ex. 4 p. 101

PART V. SPEAKING

  1. Choose one of the countries: Russia, Great Britain, or the USA. Arrange the presentation of the country following the guidelines. Be ready to answer your classmates’ questions. The beginning and the ending of the presentation are done for you

(Student’s Book: ex. 5 p. 102); (5 points).

  1. You want to invite your pen friend from Canada to stay with your family in the summer. Complete the telephone conversation. (Student’s Book: ex. 6 p. 102); (5 points).


Maximum 34 points

34 – 31 points

5”

30 – 24points

4”

23 – 17 points

3”





















The 9-th form

PROGRESS CHECK 3

PART I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION (Student’s Book: ex. 1 p. 149)

Listen to the speakers and choose the sentences that reflect the feelings of the people in the most accurate way (3 points).


PART II. USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY)

Use the words at the end of the line in the appropriate form. Transfer your answers to the table

(10 points).

I’M OPTIMISTIC ABOUT OUR FUTURE!

Some people think that wars are 1)…, and that people will always be fighting with each other. I’m more 2)… on this point. The process of 3)… is going rapidly and soon we may find ourselves living in one huge country. We’ll wearing the same clothes, listen to the same music, and watch the same films. We certainly risk 4)… ethnic and cultural diversity, which is not good news, but, on the other hand, this means that there will be no grounds for 5) … and ethnic discrimination. There will be no boarders which need

6) …, so we’ll be able to dismiss (распускать, увольнять) the army. If the police work well and the law is fair and clever, we’ll get rid of criminals very easily. Former policemen may work as rescuers or firemen, as occasionally we will still have some 7)… natural disasters and catastrophes. 8)… former policemen can work in schools and it will prevent any 9) … or 10)… there.

avoid

optimist, integrate



lose


religion

protect



expect, alternative

fight, bully


Number

Words











PART III. READING COMPREHENSION

Read the text. Then mark the sentences as True (T) or False (F).

Dear Editor,

Dear Editor,

We represent the Young Journalists Club and we would be happy to publish some of our ar­ticles in your journal. The topics we study re­fer to teenagers' life. We run different surveys and questionnaires which help understand what teenagers are interested in, what they care for, and what they are indifferent to. Most of our research is on political and cultural issues, and we want to find out how competent contempo­rary teenagers are in those topics. We certainly don't ignore environmental issues and human rights problems and try to display a wide diver­sity of views and opinions.

Lately we've been studying the TV topic, i.e. (то есть) what teenagers watch on TV and what TV pro­grammes they enjoy. Forty teenagers, aged 14-16, were interviewed, and we got some cu­rious results. Here are some of them.

About 35% of the interviewed said that they don't watch the news at all. “I don't watch the news,” said Julia Smith, one of the typical representatives of that group, "they speak either about wars or terrorist attacks. If I watch it, I feel down and scared..., so... I don't watch it at all."

65% watch the news occasion­ally and randomly, and were not able to name any programme they trust. They confuse Presi­dents and Prime Ministers, and they are not sure about the regions of armed conflicts, and don't know what the word "summit" means. However, about half of our respondents men­tioned that they would like to feel more confi­dent about political issues, and that it would be useful to have some classes on political literacy (грамотность) in the school curriculum (учебный план).

The survey revealed some unexpected things. For example, most teenagers are not really keen on thrillers and action films. They say that they prefer point-and-shoot computer games to action films.

As for TV, about 60% of our respon­dents claim that they would like to see more educational, cultural and popular science films on TV. Scientific breakthroughs, new technolo­gies, mysteries of the past and the present, ancient civilisations are very welcome. These topics have always been a great attraction for teenagers of all generations.

In conclusion we would like to thank you for the time you gave to our letter. If you find our topics of some interest to your journal and your readers, we would be happy to present the full texts of our projects and articles, and discuss our possible cooperation.

Sincerely yours,

Martine Swift

President of the Young Journalists Club

  1. Club publish their articles in the journal on a regular basis.

  1. True b) False c) Not given

  1. The young journalists have already published some of their articles in their journals and newspapers.

  1. True b) False c) Not given

  1. The young journalists write about teenagers and topics related to them.

  1. True b) False c) Not given

  1. Their research proved that most teenagers are very good at politics and know what’s going on in the world.

  1. True b) False c) Not given

  1. The young journalists never give names of the people they interview.

  1. True b) False c) Not given

  1. The young journalists have got some ideas on how to make TV more interesting and useful for teenagers.

  1. True b) False c) Not given

Number

1

2

3

4

5

6

Letter







PART IV. WRITING (Home task; 6 points)

Student’s Book: ex. 4 p. 151

PART V. SPEAKING

  1. Read the text (Student’s Book: ex. 5 p. 152). Then speak about the following points

(5 points).

  1. Express your agreement or disagreement with the idea.

  2. Give some arguments to support your point of view.

  1. Make up a dialogue between the parent and the son/ daughter. Use the information from the cards (Student’s Book: ex. 6 p. 152) (5 points).

Maximum 35 points

35 – 32 points

5”

31 – 25 points

4”

24 – 17 points

3”

The 9-th form

PROGRESS CHECK 4

PART I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION (Student’s Book: ex. 1 p. 182)

Listen to the people speaking about their future careers. Match the number of each speaker (1, 2, 3) with the sentence (a, b, c, d, e) that reflect his or her idea most accurately. Transfer your answers to the table (3 points).

Speaker

1

2

3

Letter





PART II. USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY)

Choose the right opinion. Fill in the correct letter in each gap. Then transfer your answers to the table (5 points).

I received that emergency call nearly midnight. A worried male voice informed the emergency service that his three kids 1) … not at home yet. The man explained that his two sons 2) … for a bicycle ride and there was no sign of them yet. I had to ask some questions to understand the details. It turned out that the kids liked to ride down the hills which were four kilometers away from their house. The rescue party headed right there.

The rescuers saw the boys soon. They 3) … the hill. They were walking very slowly. Two of them were helping the third boy – his leg 4) … . Later he told us that they had been practicing extreme cycling.

Unfortunately, things like that happen quite often. People often ignore safety rules, and get injured or worse. They cannot realize that without a very careful preparation any extreme sport is a 5) … activity.


a)

b)

c)

d)

1

are

was

were

had been

2

left

was left

have left

had left

3

move down

are moving down

had moved down

were moving down

4

was broken

has been broken

is broken

broke

5

danger

dangerous

dangerously

endangered


Number

1

2

3

4

5

Letter







PART III. READING COMPREHENSION

Read the article and fill in the gaps with the sentences and parts of sentences A- G. Write the letter of the missing sentence in the box. There are two extra letters you will not need (5 points).

Robot technologies in our home

There are lots of science fiction books and films about robots. Nice and humanlike metal and plastic creatures often become children's friends there. Robots learn how to distinguish (различить) between good and evil, and how to become a friend to a human being. To our surprise and delight we find out that robots are able to experience feelings — they can feel happy, upset, and even angry. [1] They can even risk their life, [2], for someone they love.

Is artificial intellect a pure fantasy or are there any scientific discoveries behind this idea? [3] What we know for sure is that robotics is a rapidly developing technology, and soon we can expect robots to enter our houses and stay there for a long time. It’s already happening in Japan, where machines of all shapes and sizes are widely used. Besides being used in different industries, robots do lots of housework: they clean the house, serve tea and wash up after that. [4] These robots wake people up in the morning, inform them about the weather and ask questions about their health. The robots are able to recognise faces, keep eye contact and maintain conversations. In Japan, [5] humanoid robots have already become friends for lots of elderly people.

Robots for households are usually designed in a humanlike manner and resemble human beings — they have a head, arms and legs. Japanese scientists believe that in several years robots will be common in every household and feel very enthusiastic about it.

  1. in robots’ terms they risk being destroyed or reprogrammed

  2. Amazing but robots can take care of disabled or aged people!

  3. Some rescue robots, which can dig deep after earthquakes, have already been created.

  4. It’s still difficult to answer this question.

  5. We can see robots break the technological low of logic and rational to defend human beings.

  6. Elderly people often feel lonely and need some company.

  7. which has the largest percentage of aged people in the world

Number

1

2

3

4

5

Letter







PART IV. WRITING (Home task; 4 + 6 points)

Student’s Book: ex. 4, 5 p. 184


PART V. SPEAKING

Imagine that you are being interviewed by a journalist of a radio programme called “Meet yourself”. It’s a programme for teenagers about teenagers. The journalist asks different questions in order to find out what worries and what interests people of your age. (Student’s Book: ex. 4, 5 p. 184); 7 points).



Maximum 30 points

30 – 28 points

5”

27 – 21 points

4”

15 – 20 points

3”


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Цель данной работы – Закрепить активную лексику раздела.

                                      

В процессе работы   я столкнулась с проблемой слабой подготовленности учащихся к выполнению заданий на словообразование.  Словообразовательный потенциал лексики первого юнита позволяет сосредоточиться в основном на образовании существительных от глаголов при помощи суффиксов -tion, -er, -ment. Последнее упражнение серии выполнено в формате ГИА и может быть рекомендовано как финальное тестовое задание.

Выполнение данных упражнений целесообразно после 19 урока ( section 4)

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