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Устные темы для итоговой аттестации в 4 классе.


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C2. STUDENT CARD 1


Give a talk on the topic “My School”.


Remember to speak about:

  • the Russian school year; timetable, subjects, school uniform

  • describe your school building and your classroom

  • what you do at school and at the school sports ground





You will need to talk for 2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.


C2. STUDENT CARD 2


Give a talk on Primary Schools in England.


Remember to speak about:

  • the English school year; the beginning of school

  • infant schools

  • junior schools



You will need to talk for 2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.


C2. STUDENT CARD 3


Give a talk on the topic “The Place I Live In”.


Remember to speak about:

  • your block of flats/house

  • your flat: rooms, furniture

  • the traditional English house



You will need to talk for 2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.




C2. STUDENT CARD 4


Give a talk on the history of London: “The Romans”.


Remember to speak about:


  • what you know about London now

  • Londinium

  • the old London Bridge and London bridges now




You will need to talk for 2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.


C2. STUDENT CARD 5


Give a talk on the history of London: “William the Conqueror. The Great Fire.”


Remember to speak about:

  • what you know about London now

  • William the Conqueror and the White Tower

  • the Great Fire of London



You will need to talk for 2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.


C2. STUDENT CARD 6


Give a talk on the places to visit in London.


Remember to speak about:

  • the City

  • the Tower of London and its black ravens

  • St Paul’s Cathedral

  • Trafalgar Square with its monuments, fountains and the Gallery





You will need to talk for 2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.


C2. STUDENT CARD 7


Give a talk on Westminster.


Remember to speak about:

  • Whitehall and 10 Downing Street

  • the Houses of Parliament in Parliament Square

  • Big Ben

  • Westminster Bridge

  • Westminster Abbey and Poet’s Corner

  • Buckingham Palace and the Queen Victoria Monument



You will need to talk for 2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.


C2. STUDENT CARD 8


Give a talk on travelling.


Remember to speak about:

  • how the British spend their weekends

  • how people travel

  • your last trip




You will need to talk for 2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.


C2. STUDENT CARD 9


Give a talk on hobbies.


Remember to speak about:

  • different hobbies

  • collecting

  • going to the theatre/cinema

  • reading books




You will need to talk for 2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.


Q U E S T I O N S

  1. Topic 1. School Life: “My School”

Asked only if the pupil didn’t speak about that:

    1. When did you begin to go to school?

    2. When does the school year usually begin in Russia?

    3. What do Russian pupils take to school on 1st September?

    4. What do Russian pupils look like on the first day of school? (What do they wear?)

    5. How many days a week do you go to school? What are the days?

    6. What time do you lessons start? When are they over?

    7. What subjects do you study?

    8. How many lessons a day have you got?

    9. Which lessons have you got on… Monday?

    10. Do you have classes outdoors?

    11. Do you have to wear a school uniform? What is it like?

    12. How can you describe the school building?

    13. How can you describe your classroom?

    14. What do you do in class?

    15. What do you do before/after classes?

Additional questions:

    1. What is your favourite subject? Why?

    2. What do you usually eat and drink at your breakfast break?

    3. Have you got a best friend? What is his/her name? What do you do together?

    4. When do you come home after school? What do you do at home?

    5. Do you enjoy going to school? Why?



  1. Topic 2. School Life: “Primary Schools in England”

Asked only if the pupil didn’t speak about that:

    1. When do children begin and leave school in England?

    2. When (on what day) does school begin? Why?

    3. What do children look like on the first day of school?

    4. What do children take to school on the first day?

    5. What kind of school do children go to at the age of 4 or 5?

    6. How long do children study in infant schools?

    7. How many days a week do English children go to school? What are they?

    8. When do classes begin?

    9. When do children have a break and lunch?

    10. What do children learn in infant schools?

    11. What do children do in class in infant schools?

    12. Where do children usually/sometimes sit in infant schools?

    13. What is the atmosphere like in junior schools?

    14. What subjects do children study in junior schools?

    15. What interesting places do they go to with their teachers?

Additional questions:

  1. Do English children wear a school uniform?

  2. When (what age) did you go to school?

  3. Would you go to an infant or to a junior school in England now?

  1. Topic 3. The Place We Live In: “The Place I Live In”

Asked only if the pupil didn’t speak about that:

    1. What is your address?

    2. Do you live in a block of flats or do you live in the house?

    3. How high is your block of flats?

    4. Is your house/block of flats far from your school/opposite it/near it?

    5. What can you tell about your flat? Is it quiet? comfortable? lovely? large?

    6. How many rooms are there in your flat? What are they?

    7. Have you got a kitchen? Is it large? What furniture have you got in your kitchen?

    8. What is your favourite room? Why?

    9. Can you describe your room? What furniture have you got in your room and where?

    10. Do you help about the house? What do you do?

    11. How many floors are there in the traditional English house?

    12. What rooms are upstairs and what rooms are downstairs?

    13. What room is usually the largest in the house? What do the English do there?

    14. What furniture is there usually in the sitting room?

    15. What do the English say about their houses?


Additional questions:

  1. Do you like your flat/house? Why?

  2. What is the view from the windows of your house? What is in front of and behind your house?

  3. Have you or your relatives got a country house or a dacha? Can you describe it?



  1. Topic 4: The History of London: “The Romans”

Asked only if the pupil didn’t speak about that:

    1. How many people live and work in London?

    2. Why is the city one of most important in the world?

    3. What can you see in London?

    4. What can you say about London’s streets?

    5. Where do people from all over the world go shopping?

    6. What park is one of the most popular places with Londoners?

    7. When did the Romans come to England?

    8. What did the Romans build on the River Thames?

    9. What did the Romans build from Londinium to other parts of Britain?

    10. How many people lived in Londinium by the year 400?

    11. What do you know about Londinium between the years 400 and 1000?

    12. What can you say about the Thames?

    13. How many bridges were there in London until 1749?

    14. What did London Bridge look like?

    15. How many bridges and tunnels are there in London now?


Additional questions:

  1. Have you been to London? (When did you go there?)

  2. What places to visit do you know in London?

  3. Would you like to visit London? Why?

  1. Topic 5. The History of London: “William the Conqueror. The Great Fire”

Asked only if the pupil didn’t speak about that:

    1. How many people live and work in London?

    2. Why is the city one of most important in the world?

    3. What can you see in London?

    4. What can you say about London’s streets?

    5. What can you say about London at the beginning of the 11th century?

    6. When and where from did William the Conqueror go to England?

    7. Where did William the Conqueror live when he went to England?

    8. Why did William the Conqueror build the White Tower?

    9. Where have all Kings and Queens of England lived?

    10. How big was London by 1600?

    11. What kind of houses did people live in at the time of the Great Fire?

    12. When and where did the Great Fire start?

    13. How long did the fire burn, how much of the city was destroyed?

    14. What did London look like by 1830?

    15. What does London look like now?


Additional questions:

  1. Have you been to London? (When did you go there?)

  2. What places to visit do you know in London?

  3. Would you like to visit London? Why?


  1. Topic 6. The History of London: “The Places to Visit”

Asked only if the pupil didn’t speak about that:

    1. Why is London one of most important cities in the world?

    2. What can you see in London?

    3. What can you say about London’s streets?

    4. Where do people from all over the world go shopping?

    5. What is the oldest part of London?

    6. Do many people live in the City?

    7. How many offices and banks are there in the City?

    8. What was in the past and what is the Tower of London now?

    9. Why are always black ravens in the Tower of London?

    10. When was St Paul’s Cathedral built? Who is its architect?

    11. Can you describe St Paul’s Cathedral?

    12. What square is in the centre of London?

    13. Can you describe the monument to Admiral Nelson?

    14. How many fountains are there in the square?

    15. What picture gallery can you see in Trafalgar Square?


Additional questions:

  1. Have you been to London? (When did you go there?)

  2. Could you describe the White Tower?

  3. Would you like to visit London? Why?



  1. Topic 7. The History of London: “Westminster”

Asked only if the pupil didn’t speak about that:

    1. Why is London one of most important cities in the world?

    2. What can you see in London?

    3. What is the oldest part of London?

    4. What is the political centre of London?

    5. What is the name of the street leading from Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square?

    6. Where does the British Prime Minister live?

    7. What is the name of the square where the Houses of Parliament are situated?

    8. What is Big Ben? Why is it called so?

    9. How often can you hear the sound of Big Ben?

    10. What is the name of the bridge across the Thames at the Houses of Parliament?

    11. Where is Westminster Abbey?

    12. Is Westminster Abbey a church or a museum?

    13. What is Poet’s Corner?

    14. Where does the Queen of England live?

    15. Where is the Queen Victoria Memorial?

Additional questions:

  1. Could you describe Westminster Abbey?

  2. Who is buried in Westminster Abbey?

  3. Have you been to London? (When did you go there?)

  4. Would you like to visit London? Why?


  1. Topic 8. Travelling and Transport: “Travelling”

Asked only if the pupil didn’t speak about that:

    1. What days are usually free (from work) in Britain?

    2. What do people usually say to each other before they leave work?

    3. How do young people in Britain spend their weekends?

    4. How do many people like to travel? What transport do they use?

    5. When and where did you travel last?

    6. Who did you go with when you travelled?

    7. What transport did you travel by? Were the tickets expensive?

    8. How can you describe your journey?

    9. How long did it take you to arrive at your place?

    10. Did you stay at a hotel or somewhere else?

    11. What can you say about the place you stayed at?

    12. How long did you stay there?

    13. What did you do on your holiday?

    14. What did you take on holiday?

    15. What did you like about your journey?

Additional questions:

  1. Have you been to a foreign country? What country have you been to?

  2. Do you like travelling by plane or by car? Why?

  3. Did you have to change trains or planes when you were travelling last time?

  4. Did you take a lot of luggage with you?

  5. Have you ever had a voyage? What was it like? (Would you like to?)

  1. Topic 9. “Hobbies”

Asked only if the pupil didn’t speak about that:

    1. What is a “hobby”?

    2. What hobbies do you know?

    3. What things do people usually collect?

    4. Does collecting teach you anything? What does it teach?

    5. What a thematic collection is?

    6. What is your favourite hobby?

    7. Are you a theatre- or a cinema-goer? How often do you usually go to the cinema?

    8. What films do you like to see: comedies, musicals, historical or detective films? Other films?

    9. Do you watch videos at home?

    10. What is your favourite film (cartoon)? What is it about?

    11. Do you like to read books? What sort of books do you like to read?

    12. Do you often go to the library or do you have many books at home?

    13. Have you got a library at home? What books have you got?

    14. What is your favourite book? What is it about?

    15. Is travelling a hobby? Where do people travel? What do they bring home?


Additional questions:

  1. When you go to the theatre, do you like to have your seats in the stalls? Why?

  2. Have you ever been to the Bolshoy Theatre? What theatre have you been to?

  3. Have you seen a ballet or listened to an opera? What was it? Did you like it?

  4. Are you fond of concerts? What concert did you go to last? Did you like it?

  5. Are you good at drawing? Is drawing your hobby? What do you like to draw?

  6. Are you fond of dancing? Where do you go dancing?

  7. Are you good at any sports? What sport is your favourite?




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