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КОЛЛЕДЖ АВТОМОБИЛЬНОГО ТРАНСПОРТА №9



(ГБОУ КАТ № 9)

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ВХОДНОЙ МОНИТОРИНГ

ДЛЯ ПРОВЕДЕНИЯ СРЕЗА ЗНАНИЙ

по дисциплине «ИНОСТРАННЫЙ ЯЗЫК) (английский)

для 1 КУРСА специальности 230203

«Техническое обслуживание и ремонт автомобильного транспорта»

(базовый уровень)


Разработала:

Вьюшкова Екатерина Алексеевна

Преподаватель английского языка
2014







ВАРИАНТ № 1


ЗАДАНИЕ 1


Установите соответствие тем A-G текстами 1-6. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании одна тема лишняя.


  1. DIFFERENT TOPICS.

  2. WAYS OF READING

  3. SEARCH ENGINES.

  4. STRONG COMPETITION.

  5. FAMOUS AUTHOR.

  6. THE POWER OF EDUCATION

  7. A NEW ILLNESS.


1.When we want to find a company’s telephone number, we look in a telephone directory. The Internet, however, doesn’t have a directory of websites, so how can we find the websites of

a business we’re interested in? The answer is to use a ‘search engine’. One of the most popular search engines at the moment is Google. Let’s say you want to find a company called Haymarket. You do a quick search on Google, and all the websites which have the word Haymarket in them appear in a list.


2. If you are reading a newspaper and want to find out what’s on TV at 8 o’clock tonight, you don’t read every word on the TV page. You ignore all the programmes on earlier in the day, and just look at the information about programmes on at 8 p.m. With a news report, however, you may read the whole thing through quickly to get a general idea of what it’s about. If it looks interesting, you might decide to read it in more detail.


3. There are two main types of newspapers: ‘broadsheets’ and ‘tabloids’. Broadsheets are often larger than tabloids, and are ‘serious’ newspapers. They present the news in detail, and do not have many stories about the private lives of famous people. Tabloids, on the other hand, are much more interested in news and scandals involving stars than they are in serious news. They often have very big headlines, particularly on the front page, and have lots more photographs.


4. With so many modern forms of communication such as radio, TV, and the Internet, newspaper companies now find it difficult to sell enough copies of their papers to survive. Strong competition has created the paper wars. Newspaper companies use many methods to increase their circulation, such as offering cheap annual subscription, selling a paper at a very low price for a month or two, introducing new ideas.


5. The latest addiction to trap thousands of people is the Internet, which has been blamed for broken relationships, job losses, financial ruin and even suicide. Psychologists now recognize Internet Addiction Syndrome (IAS) as a new illness that could cause serious problems and ruin many lives. IAS is similar to other problems like gambling, smoking and drinking. Many teenagers are hooked on computer games and find it difficult to resist the games on the Internet.


6. Whether we realize it or not, TV plays a very important part in our lives. It’s the main source of information and a cheap form of entertainment for millions of people. It’s the window on the world which gives us an opportunity to “travel” all over the world, to “meet” different people and learn about their customs and traditions. It has the power to educate and broaden our minds. It helps us to relax after a hard day’s work and escape from reality.


ЗАДАНИЕ 2


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THE NEWS ON TV


Do you watch the news on TV?

B1 Before television, people often _____ to the cinema GO

B2 to watch the news. In those days they _____ also listen to the CAN

news on the radio but they weren’t able to see anything.

B3 Of course, newspapers _____ people the news for hundreds GIVE

of years.

B4 Even today, however, a daily newspaper gives _____ readers IT

yesterday’s news and the only pictures are photographs.

B5 The introduction of television _____ the daily news, BRING

with moving pictures, into people’s homes for the first time.

B6 In the beginning, people _____ the news on TV whenever NOT GET

they wanted it, because it was only broadcast at certain times

of the day. These days, there are a number of TV news channels

B7 _____ the news 24 hours a day. PROVIDE

B8 If you want the _____ news, just turn on one of those channels at LATE

any time of day or night.





ЗАДАНИЕ 3


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What happened to the ship the Mary Celeste is a mystery

B 9 that remains _____ to this day. Built in 1861, the ship SOLVE

B 10 was _____ called the Amazon, but its name was changed ORIGIN

to the Mary Celeste in 1869. The Mary Celeste left New York

B11 for Italy on 7th November 1872 with a crew of seven _____ PROFESSION

sailors and the captain’s wife and daughter. On 4th December,

another ship the Dei Gratia, spotted the Mary Celeste drifting

B12 in the sea. To the crew’s _____, they discovered that everyone ASTONISH

B13 on the Mary Celeste had _____ disappeared. COMPLETE

There was plenty of food and water on board and the ship

B14 was in _____ condition. There were no signs of struggle or EXCELLENCE

fight. The people on the Mary Celeste were never found.

No one has ever discovered what happened to those nine

B15 _____ men and women. LUCK







ВАРИАНТ № 2


ЗАДАНИЕ 1


Установите соответствие тем A-G текстами 1-6. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании одна тема лишняя.

  1. CALCULATED RISKS.

  2. NECESSARY ANNOYANCE.

  3. FASHIONABLE IDEAS.

  4. EXACT TRANSLATION.

  5. USEFUL PREDICTIONS.

  6. EXPENSIVE MISTAKES.

  7. LOCAL KNOWLEDGE.


1.If you are considering a career in advertising, you should ask yourself whether you have

the necessary qualities. Advertisements tell people what is cool and what isn’t. To be successful in advertising, you have to lead the way and create advertisements with that in mind. Advertisers are the ones who come up with the latest concepts and unless you can do that, then it might not be the career for you.


2. Keeping cars, vans and lorries constantly on the move is a vital part of a modern city and traffic wardens play a central role in that. While the police deal with accidents and are generally respected, traffic wardens are generally disliked for giving tickets to motorists who have parked illegally. However, if they stop and think about it, even drivers who find traffic wardens annoying usually agree that we need them to prevent the traffic system becoming chaotic.


3.We normally think of a pilot as a person who flies a plane, but ships can also have pilots. Ships can travel all around the world and the captain cannot possibly know the details of every harbour or other waterway that they go to. A ship’s pilot is a person who is very familiar with the local waters and who can guide a ship to safety. They are aware of all the dangers in the area and advice the captain.


4.Although being a seismologist can involve long hours in an office or a laboratory, the information they gather is far from boring. Seismologists study earthquakes and they are sometimes able to warn people that an earthquake is about to happen. Although it is not an exact science, these warnings can sometimes help people prepare. Even giving people a few minutes before the earthquake hits may well save lives.


5.Although the job of a coal miner can still be dangerous, it is much safer than it used to be. Today, the chances of something going wrong are worked out very carefully and safety is extremely important. Mining companies will never be able to completely remove the element of danger, but the industry does everything it can to make sure that miners are as safe as possible.

Miners are trained to judge how dangerous a situation might be and to take appropriate action

to protect themselves and their colleagues.


6.When politicians from different countries get together, there is often another figure by their sides. If the politicians don’t speak the same language, an interpreter makes sure that they are able to communicate. In such important meetings, it is essential that the message does not get changed along the way. Interpreters need to be extremely careful that what they say to one politician in one language is precisely what the other politician intended to say in their own language.


ЗАДАНИЕ 2


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AEROPLANES


Do you like aeroplanes?

B1 For people who _____ in a plane before, the first flight NEVER FLY

can be an exciting and scary experience.

The secret is to sit back and enjoy it. Flying is incredibly

B2 safe ____ days. THIS

B3 In fact, it’s one of the _____ ways to travel. SAFE

Sometimes during a flight the plane can move up and down,

B4 ______ the plane shake little. MAKE

B5 _______ if this happens. NOT WORRY

B6 If you _____ up talking to friends when it happens, sit STAND

down again.

B7 Make sure _____ seatbelt is done up and wait for the YOU

movement to stop.

B8 You might also sometimes hear strange _____ but NOISE

they’re nothing to worry about either.




ЗАДАНИЕ 3


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Finding a good job is never easy at the best of times.

B9 In times of high _____, with more and more people chasing EMPLOY

fewer and fewer jobs, it becomes even more difficult.

B10 _____ and skills can make all the difference. QUALIFY

B11 The better yours are, the less _____ you will have in finding a job. DIFFICULT

B12 If you need to improve your skills, find out about _____ courses TRAIN

in your area. If there aren’t many jobs in your area, it is worth

B13 considering the _____ of moving. POSSIBLE

You may not want to leave your friends and family, but

B14 choosing to live in a _____ where there is work may be the LOCATE

best solution.

B15 And remember: the more _____ forms you fill in, the more APPLY

your chances of being called for an interview increase.








KEYS:


Variant №1


I READING

ТЕКСТА

1

2

3

4

5

6

ТЕМА

C

A

D

F

E

B


II B4 – B 11

B-4 went B-9 did not/ didn’t get

B-5 could B-10 providing

B-6 have given/ B -11 latest

have been giving

B-7 its

B-8 brought


III B-12 – B 18

B- 12 unemployment B-16 possibility

B- 13 qualification B-17 location

B- 14 difficulty B-18 application

B- 15 training


KEYS:


Variant №2


READING

ТЕКСТА

1

2

3

4

5

6

ТЕМА

C

F

B

A

E

D


II B4 – B11

B-4 has been B-9 appeared

B-5 told B-10 were sung

B-6 himself B-11 continues

B-7 explaining

B-8 those/these


III B12 – B 18

B- 12 favourite B-16 director

B- 13 acting B-17 behaviour

B- 14 performance B-18 boring

B- 15 dangerous




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