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Конкурс "Я люблю природу"
Входящий тест по английскому языку (7 класс)
Утверждено на заседании ШМО
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ENTRY TEST (VII Form)
Listen and find out. Choose the right answer. 3 points
1. How far is Tunbridge Wales?
a) 15 miles
b) 50 km
c) 50 miles
2. What do Robin and Alice need?
a) a car
b) a bike
c) a boat
3. They can go by train because … .
a) they aren’t busy
b) they don’t have a car
c) it’s expensive to go by plane
(B3) 7 points
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания, обозначенные цифрами 1-7. В каждом задании обведите букву А, В, С или D, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту.
Marie Tussaud was born in Strasbourg in 1761. Her father had died two months before she was born, and her family moved to Switzeland.
Her mother worked for a German doctor. The doctor was a kind man who enjoyed making wax models of parts of the human body. He soon got a reputation for making good likenesses of people’s heads as well.
He moved to Paris because he wanted to earn money by making models of the rich and famous. Soon Marie and her mother joined him in Paris. When she was six years old, the doctor taught her how to work in wax. Her portraits became so popular that by the time she was twenty she was living in the Palace of Versailles because the royal family invited her to live there.
The French Revolution started in 1789, and this was the beginning of hard times for Marie. However, she met and married Francois Tussaud, who was an engineer. They had three children, a daughter who died and two sons.
In 1802 she received permission from Napoleon to go to London, because she wanted to take her waxwork collection to England. She went round Britain and Ireland with her four-year-old son, and her shows were a great success. She never saw France or her husband again.
She opened her exhibition centre in London in 1835, and it has been in the same place ever since. Mary died in 1850. Madame Tussaud’s is now London’s most popular tourist attraction. About 2.2 million people visit it every year.
Marie Tussaud was born
A) when her father worked in Strasbourg.
B) when the family moved to Switzeland.
C) after her father’s death.
D) when her mother worked in Germany.
2. The doctor was good at
A) making things in wax.
B) making portraits.
C) collecting wax models.
D) painting models.
The doctor left Switzeland because he
A) wanted to join Marie and her mother.
B) didn’t have enough money.
C) wanted to become famous.
D) enjoyed making wax models.
The doctor taught Marie to make wax models
A) when she was living in the Palace of Versailles.
B) when she was twenty.
C) when the royal family invited her.
D) in her childhood.
Marie’s husband was
A) a French revolutionary.
B) a doctor.
C) a wax model maker.
D) an engineer.
Marie was allowed to go to England because she wanted
A) to go round Britain and Ireland.
B) to see her husband.
C) to bring her wax models there.
D) to show this country to her husband.
A) is famous for its models.
B) is not popular with tourists.
C) is not worth visiting.
D) attracts large numbers of people to see it.
3. Grammar. Choose the right answer. 12 points
1. How … pens are there in your bag?
c) a lot of
2. How … water is there in your mug?
c) a lot of
1. … has happened. The police are there.
2. What do you want to eat? - …, I am not hungry.
3. Does … live in this house?
4. Ann and Liz work in a bank, … ?
a) doesn’t they
b) don’t they
c) do they
5. Let … celebrate New Year.
6. I … this science fiction recently.
b) have read
c) will read
7. Tomorrow they … yellow and red leaves in the autumn forest.
b) will collect
8. Look! The children … tennis outside.
c) are playing
9. She … not decorate her room yesterday.
10. Every year he … special presents for his nephews.
c) has bought
4. Introduce yourself. Write a short story. Use these questions as a plan. (50-70 words)
Where are you from?
What can/ can’t you do?
What kind of person are you?
GOOD LUCK !!!
30 – 24 – «5»
23 –18 – «4»
17 – 12 – «3»
<12 - Try again!
Работа рассчитана на 40 минут. Проводится на 1-м уроке учебного года без всякой предварительной подготовки.
Аудирование (Entry Test / VII Form)
Robin: Tunbridge Wells is about 50 miles from here. How do we get there?
Alice: Fifty miles isn’t very far, but we can’t walk to Tunbridge Wells. We need a car.
Misha: We don’t have a car, but we can go by train.
Alice: We must find a station.
Misha: That’s a good idea!
KEYS TO THE TEST
I 1-b (50 miles) 2 – a (a car) 3 – b (they don’t have a car) / 3 points
III 1 – a (many)
2 – b (much)
3. 1 – c (something); 2 – b (nothing) 3 – a (anybody)
4 – b (don’t they)
5 – b (us)
6 – b (have read)
7 – b (will collect)
8 – c (are playing)
9 – c (did) / 12 points
10. a (buys)
IV. 8 points
TOTAL SCORE: 30 POINTS
30 – 24 – «5»
23 –18 – «4»
17 – 12 – «3»
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