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Great Britain

Task: choose the right variant.

  1. The United Kingdom comprises ... .

    1. England and Scotland;

    2. Great Britain and Northern Ireland;

    3. England, Scotland and Wales:

    4. Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic.

  2. Great Britain includes ... .

    1. the two countries of England and Scotland;

    2. the two countries of England and the Irish Republic;

    3. the three countries of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland;

    4. the three countries of England, Scotland (including the Orkney and Shetland Islands) and Wales.

  3. Western Scotland is fringed by the large island chain known as ..., and to the north-east of the Scottish mainland are ... .

    1. the Hawaii; Long Island and Key West;

    2. the Canary Islands; the Orkney Islands and Long Island;

    3. the Hebrides; the Orkney and Shetland Islands;

    4. the Channel Islands; the Shetland Islands and the Hawaii.

  4. All these have administrative ties with the mainland, but the Isle of Man in the ... Sea and the Channel Islands between Great Britain and France are largely self-governing, and are not part of the United Kingdom.

    1. Baltic;

    2. White;

    3. Caribbean;

    4. Irish.

  5. The longest rivers are ....

    1. the lay and the Thames;

    2. the Severn and the Thames;

    3. the Avon and the Thames;

    4. the Thames and the Tweed.

  6. The currency of the country is ... .

    1. pound, consisting of 100 cents;

    2. pound, consisting of 100 nickels;

    3. dollar, consisting of 100 cents;

    4. pound, consisting of 100 pence.

  7. The English language developed from ... and is a... language.

    1. Anglo-Saxon; Germanic;

    2. Anglo-Saxon; Roman;

    3. Celtic; Celtic.

8. Scotland has its own national drink, ..., a fact so widely known and appreciated that one need simply ask

for a «...».

      1. madeira; Madeira;

      2. vodka; champaign;

      3. gin: port;

      4. whisky; scotch.

9. Today London is ... .

  1. the capital of England;

          1. the capital of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:

          2. the capital of Great Britain and the Commonwealth;

          3. the capital оf Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Comm









































American Political System

Task: choose the right variant.

          1. The head of the state and government is the President, elected for ... years.

! a) five; b) seven; c) six; d) four.

          1. The political system of the U.S. consists of... branches.

a) two; b) three; c) four.

          1. The legislative body is the Congress , consisting of....

            1. the Senate and the House of Representatives;

            2. the House of Commons and the House of Representatives;

            3. the House of Commons and the Senate;' " ^ ^

            4. House of Representatives and the President.

          2. The Senate consist of... members chosen by popular vote ... term: a third of its membership is renewed every two years.

a) 100; for a five-year term; b) 200; for a six-year term;

c) 200; for a five-year term; d) 100; for a six-year term.

          1. The House of Representatives has about 450 members elected by popular vote every ... years; each state is entitled to at least one representative, with the total number determined periodically according to population.

a) three; b) four; c) five; d) two.

          1. The Senate comprises lawmakers, who serve ... terms. Each state, regardless of population, has ... senators. " .

a) four-year; two; b) five-year; three; c) six-year; two; d) seven-year; three.

          1. The terms of the senators are staggered, so that only ... of the Senate is elected every two years. That assures that there are some experienced senators in the Congress after each election,

a) half; b) 1/3; c) 2/3; / d) a quarter.

          1. How is the legislative branch of the Government called?

a) the Parliament; b) the Congress; c) the Court.

          1. What branch of the Government has the responsibility to carry out the law?

a) legislative branch; b) executive branch; c) judicial branch.

          1. What branch of the Government do the Supreme Court and lower national courts make up?

a) legislative branch; b) judicial branch; c) executive branch.

          1. What happens to a legislative bill passed by Congress, if the President vetoes it?

a) it becomes a law; b) it dies.

          1. The President of the USA can be elected for a 4-year term and then re-elected ....

a) once; b) twice; c) thrice .

          1. In the Senate presides .... *

            1. the Speaker;

            2. the Vice-President;

            3. the President;

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          1. Like the Congress Legislatures in all American states except... consist of two chambers.

a) Massachusetts; b) New-Jersey; c) Nebraska; d) Oklahoma .

          1. American system of making laws:

            1. reminds the British one;

        1. is the same as the British one;

        2. is similar to the British one;

    1. is quite different from the British one.





































































































Task 1. Pick up the right answer among those given below:

              1. The English language developed from ... and is a... language.

                1. Anglo-Saxon; Germanic;

                2. Anglo-Saxon; Roman;

                3. Celtic; Celtic.

              2. Scotland has its own national drink,..., a fact so widely known and appreciated that one need simply ask for a «...».

                1. Madera; Madeira;

                2. vodka; champagne;

                3. gin; port;

                4. whisky; scotch.

              3. America was discovered by Christopher Columbus

a) in 1492; b) in 1264; c) in 1482.

              1. The first English colony was established in

a) Boston; b) Jamestown; c) New York.

              1. South and Central America were occupied by

a) France; b) England; c) Spain and Portugal.

              1. The Pilgrim Fathers arrived in 1620 in

a) Maryland; b) Virginia; c) Massachusetts.

              1. Most of the immigrants to America were from

a) the lower classes; b) the upper and middle classes; c) the lower or middle classes.

              1. The President of the USA can be elected for a 4-year term and then re-elected .... a) once; b) twice; c) thrice .

              2. In the Senate presides ....

                1. the Speaker;

                2. the Vice-President;

                3. the President;

                4. the Lord Chancellor .

              3. Like the Congress Legislatures in all American states except... consist of two chambers.

a) Massachusetts; b) New-Jersey; c) Nebraska; d) Oklahoma.

              1. American system of making laws:

                1. reminds the British one;

                2. is the same as the British one;

                3. is similar to the British one;

                4. is quite different from the British one.

              2. The USA is ..., a union of 50 states.

                1. a constitutional republic;

                2. a presidential republic;

                3. a federal republic;

                4. a constitutional monarchy.


              1. The USA consists of

                1. 49 states and the state of the Hawaii Islands;

                2. 50 states and the District of Columbia;

                3. 49 states and the District of Columbia.

              2. English is ... language.

                1. the official and predominant;

                2. the official and preferred;

                3. the first minority and preferred.



Task 2. Answer the following questions:

What bird represents the American coat-of-arms?

Where does the Liberty Bell have its permanent place?

What is the U.S. national motto?

What part of the world did the first people come from to the American continent ?

What European countries did the second immigration wave arrive from within the period from 1870s to 1930s?

What two strong advantages has America got concerning to food?

What team-sports have the reputation of being "typically American"?





Task 1. Pick up the right answer among those given below:

  1. The English language developed from ... and is a... language.

    1. Anglo-Saxon; Germanic;

    2. Anglo-Saxon; Roman;

    3. Celtic; Celtic.

  2. Scotland has its own national drink, a fact so widely known and appreciated that one need simply ask for a «...».

    1. Madera; Madeira;

    2. vodka; champagne;

    3. gin; port;

    4. whisky; scotch.

  3. America was discovered by Christopher Columbus

a) in 1492; b) in 1264; c) in 1482.

  1. The first English colony was established in

a) Boston; b) Jamestown; c) New York.

  1. South and Central America were occupied by

a) France; b) England; c) Spain and Portugal.

  1. The Pilgrim Fathers arrived in 1620 in

a) Maryland; b) Virginia; c) Massachusetts.

  1. Most of the immigrants to America were from

a) the lower classes; b) the upper and middle classes; c) the lower or middle classes.

  1. The President of the USA can be elected for a 4-year term and then re-elected .... a) once; b) twice; c) thrice .

  2. In the Senate presides ....

    1. the Speaker;

    2. the Vice-President;

    3. the President;

    4. the Lord Chancellor .

  3. Like the Congress Legislatures in all American states except... consist of two chambers.

a) Massachusetts; b) New-Jersey; c) Nebraska; d) Oklahoma.

  1. American system of making laws:

    1. reminds the British one;

    2. is the same as the British one;

    3. is similar to the British one;

    4. is quite different from the British one.

  2. The USA is a union of 50 states.

    1. a constitutional republic;

    2. a presidential republic;

    3. a federal republic;

    4. a constitutional monarchy.

  3. The USA consists of....

    1. 49 states and the state of the Hawaii Islands;

    2. 50 states and the District of Columbia;

    3. 49 states and the District of Columbia.

  4. English is ... language.

    1. the official and predominant;

    2. the official and preferred;

    3. the first minority and preferred.

Task 2. Answer the following questions:

      1. What bird represents the American coat-of-arms?

      2. Where does the Liberty Bell have its permanent place?

      3. What is the U.S. national motto?

      4. What part of the world did the first people come from to the American continent ?

      5. What European countries did the second immigration wave arrive from within the period from 1870s to 1930s?

      6. What two strong advantages has America got concerning to food?

      7. What team-sports have the reputation of being "typically American"?




Task 1. Pick up the right answer among those given below:

        1. The English language developed from... and is a... language.

          1. Anglo-Saxon; Germanic;

          2. Anglo-Saxon; Roman;

          3. Celtic; Celtic.

        2. Scotland has its own national drink, a fact so widely known and appreciated that one need simply ask for a «...».

          1. Madera; Madeira;

          2. vodka; champagne;

          3. gin; port;

          4. whisky; scotch.

        3. America was discovered by Christopher Columbus

a) in 1492; b) in 1264; c) in 1482.

        1. The first English colony was established in

a) Boston; b) Jamestown; c) New York.

        1. South and Central America were occupied by

a) France; b) England; c) Spain and Portugal.

        1. The Pilgrim Fathers arrived in 1620 in

a) Maryland; b) Virginia; c) Massachusetts.

        1. Most of the immigrants to America were from

a) the lower classes; b) the upper and middle classes; c) the lower or middle classes.

        1. The President of the USA can be elected for a 4-year term and then re-elected .... a) once; b) twice; c) thrice .

        2. In the Senate presides ....

          1. the Speaker;

          2. the Vice-President;

          3. the President;

          4. the Lord Chancellor .

        3. Like the Congress Legislatures in all American states except... consist of two chambers.

a) Massachusetts; b) New-Jersey; c) Nebraska; d) Oklahoma.

        1. American system of making laws:

          1. reminds the British one;

          2. is the same as the British one;

          3. is similar to the British one;

          4. is quite different from the British one.

        2. The USA is a union of 50 states.

          1. a constitutional republic;

          2. a presidential republic;

          3. a federal republic;

          4. a constitutional monarchy.

  1. The USA consists of....

    1. 49 states and the state of the Hawaii Islands;

    2. 50 states and the District of Columbia;

    3. 49 states and the District of Columbia.

  2. English is ... language.

    1. the official and predominant;

    2. the official and preferred;

    3. the first minority and preferred.

Task 2. Answer the following questions:

      1. What bird represents the American coat-of-arms?

      2. Where does the Liberty Bell have its permanent place?

      3. What is the U.S. national motto?

      4. What part of the world did the first people come from to the American continent ?

      5. What European countries did the second immigration wave arrive from within the period from 1870s to 1930s?

      6. What two strong advantages has America got concerning to food?

What team-sports have the reputation of being "typically American"?





Task 1. Pick up the right answer among those given below:

            1. The longest rivers are ... .

              1. the Lay and the Thames;

              2. the Severn and the Thames;

              3. the Avon and the Thames;

              4. the Thames and the Tweed.

            2. The currency of the United Kingdom is ....

              1. pound, consisting of 100 cents;

              2. pound, consisting of 100 nickels;

              3. dollar, consisting of 100 cents;

              4. pound, consisting of 100 pence.

            3. The first inhabitants of North America were ....

a) Dutch and Indians; b) Indians and Eskimos;

c) Indians and Spaniards; d) Indians and Englishmen.

4.... is the only island state. It is really a chain of 20 islands, formed by the tops of undersea moun­tains. People live only on the seven largest islands.

a) Florida; b) Alaska;

c) Hawaii; d) Maine.

  1. The heart of the city of New York is ....

a) the Bronx; b) Manhattan;

c) Brooklyn; d) Queens.

  1. The life of the first settlers was strongly influenced by

a) their environment; b) the British Government; c) the Indians.

  1. In the South the settlers established

a) farms; b) shipbuilding industry; c) large plantations.

  1. Revenue Act was issued in

a) 1762; b) 1864; c) 1764.

  1. In 1770 there was a clash between

    1. the British troops and Boston inhabitants;

    2. the British troops and French troops;

    3. the British troops and the Indian tribes.

  2. The Tea Act gave a privileged position in the American market

    1. to the colonial companies;

    2. to the West India Company;

    3. to the East India Company.

  3. What branch of the Government has the responsibility to carry out the law?

a) legislative branch; b) executive branch; c) judicial branch.

  1. What branch of the Government do the Supreme Court and lower national courts make up?

a) legislative branch; b) judicial branch; c) executive branch.

  1. What happens to a legislative bill passed by Congress, if the President vetoes it?

a) it becomes a law; b) it dies.

14. The President of the USA can be elected for a 4-year term and then re-elected ....

a) once; b) twice; c) thrice .

Task 2. Answer the following questions:

  1. What American States represent the 49-th and the 50-th stars on the American Flag?

  2. What did the Liberty Bell ring out to announce on July 8, 1776?

  3. Where did the Statue of Liberty arrive from?

  4. How many federal holidays are not necessarily celebrated on Mondays? Name them

  5. What European countries did the first immigrants arrive from in 1820s (the period of the first Euro­pean wave)?

  6. What is the average American family?

  7. What football is called "soccer", American or European?


Task 1. Pick up the right answer among those given below:

    1. The United Kingdom comprises ....

      1. England and Scotland;

      2. Great Britain and Northern Ireland;

      3. England, Scotland and Wales;

      4. Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic.

    2. Great Britain includes ....

      1. the two countries of England and Scotland;

      2. the two countries of England and the Irish Republic;

      3. the three countries of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland;

      4. the three countries of England, Scotland (including the Orkney and Shetland Islands) and Wales.

    3. The heart of the city of New York is....

a) the Bronx; b) Manhattan;

c) Brooklyn; d) Queens.

    1. The population of the USA is

      1. over 250,000,000;

      2. over 250,000.

    2. The USA is

      1. about 5,000 miles from East to West;

      2. about 3,000 miles from East to West.

    3. When was the first president of the United States, George Washington, inaugurated?

a) in 1720; b) in 1800; c) in 1789.

    1. When did the Americans declare their independence?

a) in 1620; b) in 1850; c) in 1776.

    1. In 1791 ... amendments called The Bill of Rights were added to the Constitution .

a) thirteen; b) ten; c) twelve.

    1. There were ... , contradicting to one another in the Civil War.

      1. William T. Sherman and John W. Booth;

      2. Robert Lee and Ulysses Grant;

      3. Samuel Morse and Alexander Hamilton.

    2. On April 14 1865 Ab. Lincoln was assassinated in Ford's Theatre by an actor - southerner

a) J.W. Booth; b) D.T. Word; c) D. O'Neil.

    1. The head of the state and government is the President, elected for ... years.

a) five; b) seven; c) six; • d) four.

    1. The political system of the U.S. consists of... branches.

a) two; b) three; c) four.

    1. The legislative body is the Congress , consisting of....

      1. the Senate and the House of Representatives;

      2. the House of Commons and the House of Representatives;

      3. the House of Commons and the Senate;

      4. House of Representatives and the President.

14. The Senate consist of... members chosen by popular vote ... term: a third of its membership is renewed every two years.

a) 100; for a five-year term; b) 200; for a six-year term;

c) 200: for a five-year term; d) 100; for a six-year term.

Task 2. Answer the following questions:

        1. What American symbol was installed in New York harbor in 1886?

        2. Where did the first people make their first settlements on the American continent having ar­rived from Asia?

        3. What American symbol had been marked "U.S."? What was his real name?

        4. How many official holidays per year were proclaimed by federal government?

        5. What did the law passed in 1920s limit?

        6. What 4 tendencies are looked through in American diet?

        7. What team-sports popular in the world now are American in origin?

14. The Senate consist of... members chosen by popular vote ... term: a third of its membership is renewed every two years.

a) 100; for a five-year term; b) 200; for a six-year term;

c) 200: for a five-year term; d) 100; for a six-year term.

Task 2. Answer the following questions:

            1. What American symbol was installed in New York harbor in 1886?

            2. Where did the first people make their first settlements on the American continent having ar­rived from Asia?

            3. What American symbol had been marked "U.S."? What was his real name?

            4. How many official holidays per year were proclaimed by federal government?

            5. What did the law passed in 1920s limit?

            6. What 4 tendencies are looked through in American diet?

            7. What team-sports popular in the world now are American in origin?

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Разные варианты тестов по дисциплине "Лингвострановедение" для студентов 2 курса СПО специальности "Английский язык" по основным темам: The United Kingdom,Great Britain, The English language, American Political System, Christopher Columbus, The President of the USA, The USA, The Constitution, The political system of the U.S.

Например:

  The English language developed from ... and is a... language.

a)  Anglo-Saxon; Germanic;

b)   Anglo-Saxon; Roman;

c)   Celtic; Celtic.

2.   Scotland has its own national drink, a fact so widely known and appreciated that one need simply ask for a «...».

3.      American system of making laws:

a)  reminds the British one;

b)       is  the same as the British one;

c)  is similar to the British one;

d)  is quite different from the British one.

      The USA is a union of 50 states.

a)  a constitutional republic;

b)   a presidential republic;

 

c)  a federal republic;

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