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Контрольні роботи "зошит для контрольних робіт а підручником Карпюк 5 клас"

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зошит для контролю рівня знань для 5 го класу за підручником Карпюк. Містить тематичні контрольні роботи, експрес тести, а також 4 види семестрового контролю.

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УДК 811.36-111(076)

ББК 81.2 Англ-922

                П12

Р е ц е н з е н т и :

О. С. Любченко, вчитель англійської мови Харківської спеціалізованої  школи № 162, вчитель-методист;


О. О. Ходаковська, кандидат філологічних наук, доцент кафедри  іноземних мов № 1 Національного юридичного університету імені Ярослава Мудрого

Павліченко О. М.

П12  Англійська мова. 5 клас : зошит для контролю рівня знань (до підруч. О. Д. Карп’юк) / О. М. Павліченко. — Х. : Вид-во «Ранок», 2014. — 72 с. : іл.

ISBN 978-617-09-1663-1

Зошит для контролю рівня знань містить тематичні та семестрові контрольні, а також поточні перевірочні роботи з англійської мови для учнів 5-х класів. До зошита включено завдання, побудовані на зразок зовнішнього незалежного оцінювання, що допоможе школярам навчатися працювати з тестами. На кольоровому вкладиші подано семестрові контрольні роботи з аудіювання.

Для учнів загальноосвітніх навчальних закладів і вчителів англійської мови.

УДК 811.36-111(076)

ББК 81.2 Англ-922

Разом дбаємо про екологію та здоров’я

 

 

© О. М. Павліченко, 2014

 

© М. А. Назаренко, іл., 2014

ISBN 978-617-09-1663-1

© ТОВ Видавництво «Ранок», 2014

TIME FOR SCHOOL 1

1       Listen and circle the correct word.

1) Sam lives in Great Britain / the USA. 2) Sam has got brown / dark eyes. 3) Alice is five / fifteen years old. 4) Sam isn’t good at computer / Maths.

2       Circle the correct answer.

1)   My ... bags are in the classroom.

a)   classmate’           b) classmates’

2)   ... mother is a doctor.

a)   She            b) Her

3)   Jack and his brother ... got a pet dog.

a)   have      b) has

4)   We ... from Ukraine.

a)   is            b) are

 3 Match the time to the pictures.

a) It’s half past four. 

c) It’s quarter past three.

b) It’s quarter to four. 

d) It’s half past two.

 4 Complete the dialogue with the questions from the box.

                               — Has he got many friends?                — Where is he from?

— What is your friend’s name?   — What can he do? — What is he good at?         — How old is he?

         ?

— His name is Tim.

         ?

— He is eleven.

         ?

— He’s from Great Britain.

         ?

— Music and computers.

         ?

— He can play the guitar.

         ?

— Yes, he has.

                   1—2                                                                                                                                1

1) Sam is thirteen / thirty years old. 2) Sam has got wavy brown / dark hair.

3) Alice has got a cat / parrot. 4) Sam is good at volleyball / tennis.

 2 Circle the correct answer.

1)   She ... my new friend.

a)   is    b) are

2)   My ... name is Bill.

a)   friend’s     b) friends’

3)   He doesn’t want to help ... .

a)   we             b) us

4)   Nick ... got a new computer.

a)   have         b) has

 3 Match the time to the pictures.

a) It’s half past ten. 

c) It’s half past five.

b) It’s quarter to eight. 

d) It’s quarter past seven.


 4 Complete the dialogue with the questions from the box.

                                        — How old is she?                                   — Has she got a pet?

                                       — What is she good at?                         — Is her family small?

                                       — What is your friend’s name?           — Is she good at sports?

                  ?

— Her name is Jane.

                  ?

— She is twelve.

                  ?

— No, her family is big.

                  ?

— English and Art.

                  ?

— Yes, she has.

                  ?

— No, she isn’t.

                       1                                                                                                                                                                                      1—2

TIME FOR SCHOOL 1

1       Listen and complete the sentences.

1)   Den is good at          . 2) The next Maths lesson is on            . 3) Mike’s favourite school subject is        .

        4) Kate’s phone number is                                                                                                    .

2       Circle the correct answer.

1)   Pupils learn about the life of people in the past at ... lessons.

a)   Science           b) Art c) History

2)   At English lessons pupils listen to ... in English.

a)   films    b) stories      c) books

3)   I like Music lessons because they are very ... .

a)   boring b) difficult     c) interesting

4)   «Student» is a(n) ... .

a)   noun    b) adjective c) verb

3       Complete the sentences with the necessary form of the adjectives in brackets.

1)   I don’t like this film. It is             (boring) than that one. 2) IT lessons are             (popular) in our school. All the pupils love them. 3) Ben is          (good) sportsman than Jack. 4) This story is          (funny) than that one. 5) Edd is          (lazy) boy in our class. He never does his homework. 6) Betty is   

(tall) girl of all my friends.

4       Write answers to the questions. 1) What is your favourite subject at school?

              

2)   How many lessons do you have on Mondays?

              

3)   What subjects are you bad at?

              

4)   What school subject is the easiest for you?

 

                   3—4                                                                                                                                2

1)   Mike is             at calculations. 2) Mike is good at        . . .

2       Circle the correct answer.

1)   At ... lessons pupils use the Internet.

a)   IT   b) PE c) Science

2)   At English lessons pupils sing English ... .

a)   stories      b) films          c) songs

3)   I don’t like History lessons because they are very ... .

a)   boring       b) funny        c) popular

4)   «Teacher» is a(n) ... .

a)   noun         b) adjective c) verb

3       Complete the sentences with the necessary form of the adjectives in brackets.

1)  
Art is             (difficult) subject for me because I can’t draw and paint. 2) Sam is my          (good) friend. 3) This story is          (long) than that one. 4) Our Maths teacher is             (helpful) person in our school. She always helps her pupils. 5) This computer game is          (bad) than that one. 6) This grammar rule is          (easy) than that one.

4       Write answers to the questions.

1)   What school subject is the most difficult for you?

                      

2)   How many lessons do you have on Fridays?

                      

3)   What subjects are you good at?

                      

4)   What do you like doing at your English lessons?

                      

                       2                                                                                                                                                                                      3—4


1       Listen and tick the correct box.

 

Which girl...

Dolly

Ann

1)

...is 12 years old?

 

 

2)

...is curious?

 

 

3)

...is shy?

 

 

4)

...likes gardening?

 

 

5)

...can paint?

 

 

6)

...collects coins?

 

 

2       Complete the sentences with the words from the box.

make  lazy  tease  camera  swimming  nickname

1) Mike takes nice photos because he has got a good  . 2) Sam is fond of handicrafts and can              models of boats and planes. 3) Ben’s              is

Burger because he likes hamburgers and cheeseburgers. 4) Polly is very              and she never helps her mother. 5) Boys in our class often              girls and make them angry. 6) Sue and Betty go              in the pool every Tuesday and Friday.

3       Circle the correct answer.

1) ... you trust your friend?

      a) Do                                           b) Does

2) Jack ... play basketball very well.

c) Is

        a) does                                       b) is

c) can

1—2

3


3)   Vicky ... a clumsy girl.

a)   is           b) can

4)   Sorry, I ... help you with your homework.

a)   do         b) can’t

5)   They aren’t interested ... cycling.

a)   of          b) at

6)   Girls ... fond of cooking.

a)   are       b) can

7)   My friend ... play chess.

a)   don’t   b) doesn’t

8)   ... your brother study hard?

a)   Do        b) Are

4       Match the questions to the answers.

1)   Have you got a nickname?

2)   What things does  your friend collect?

3)   Can you ride a horse?

4)   When do you get up?

5)   Do you cheat in tests?

6)   What can you do?

7)   Does your friend play football?

8)   Has your friend got a pet?

c) do

c) can

c) in

c) do

c) isn’t

c) Does

a)   Yes, he has.

b)   Ride a bike and swim.

c)    No, I haven’t.

d)   Yes, he does.

e)   Badges.

f)     Yes, I can.

g)    No, I don’t.

h)   At seven o’clock.


3       


1—2  1 Listen and tick the correct box.

 

Which girl...

Dolly

Ann

1)

...is 11 years old?

 

 

2)

...is imaginative?

 

 

3)

...is helpful?

 

 

4)

...likes writing stories?

 

 

5)

...can sing?

 

 

6)

...collects dolls?

 

 

1) Many little children like watching              on TV. 2) Jack and his father              fishing to the river every Saturday. 3) Julia is very              and always says «Good morning» and «Thank you». 4) I think Tina is very              because she doesn’t have friends. 5) My brother can              the guitar very well. 6) Den and Molly are clever and they never   

     in tests.

 

 

 3 Circle the correct answer.

1)   ... Nelly write poems?

a)  Do   b) Does

2)   Tom and Sam ... curious boys.

a)  is      b) are

c) Is

c) can

 

1—2

 

3


3)   Sorry, I ... play the guitar.

a)  doesn’t          b) can’t

4)   Helen is fond ... gardening.

a)  of        b) in

5)   My friends ... play tennis very well.

a)  does   b) are

6)   ... you live in this house?

a)  Do      b) Does

7)   Bob and Ron ... interested in handicrafts.

a)  do       b) can

8)   Sally ... like cooking.

a)  don’t b) doesn’t

4        Match the questions to the answers.

1)   Do you study hard?

2)   Has your friend got a nickname?

3)   What can your friend do?

4)   When do you come  home from school?

5)   Can you dive?

6)   What things do you collect?

7)   Does your friend write poems?

8)   Have you got a sister?

c) isn’t

c) at

c) can

c) Are

c) are

c) can’t

a)   Yes, I have.

b)   Yes, I can.

c)    Matchboxes.

d)   No, I don’t.

e)   No, he doesn’t.

f)     Roller­skate and dance.

g)    Yes, he has.

h)   At three o’clock.


3       1—2  1 Listen and tick the correct box.

 

 

True

False

1)

Kate wants to prepare a party for Helen.

 

 

2)

Rita can make invitation cards.

 

 

3)

Helen’s birthday is on Sunday.

 

 

4)

Helen is in the swimming pool at 6 o’clock.

 

 

5)

Helen’s mother doesn’t know about the party.

 

 

6)

Kate’s mother is going to help with the cooking.

 

 

 2 Circle the correct word.

1)   My friends and I like to sleep/play over parties.

2)   Molly always sends envelopes/invitations to her friends to invite them to a party.

3)   You choose a theme and prepare special costumes for a surprise/theme party.

4)  


Mark likes travelling and often/never visits different towns.

5)   Rosy is fond/keen on cooking.

6)   I’d like to have an e­mail friend/website.

                   3—4                                                                                                                                4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       4                                                                                                                                                                                      3—4

1       Listen and tick the correct box.

 

 

True

False

1)

Kate wants to prepare a theme party.

 

 

2)

Helen’s birthday is on Friday.

 

 

3)

The party starts at 6 o’clock.

 

 

4)

Kate wants to have the party at her house.

 

 

5)

Helen’s mother is going to cook a pizza.

 

 

6)

Kate is going to decorate the flat for the party.

 

 

2       Circle the correct word.

1)   My friends and I like fancy clothes/dress parties.

2)   Sam often blows up balloons/gifts to decorate his room for a party.

3)   When the weather is good in summer, we have        surprise/outdoor parties.

4)  


Peter hates reading and he often/never goes to the library.

5)   Den is keen/interested in taking photos.

6)   I’d like to share my advice/experience of using the Internet.

                   3—4                                                                                                                                4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       4                                                                                                                                                                                      3—4


READING

1       Complete the text with the words from the box.

clever games name friendly cheats funny curly subjects short playing

My best friend’s        (1) is Jack. He is my classmate. Jack is        (2) and thin. He has got short blond        (3) hair and small eyes. Jack is an excellent pupil. He is        (4) and knows a lot. He never        (5) in tests. Jack’s favourite        (6) are History and Maths. He is also good at English, but he hates Music and PE. Jack isn’t good at sports,        (7) like football or basketball, but he is keen on        (8) chess. All the classmates think that he is a chess wizard. He also likes reading and he knows a lot of        (9) stories. All the children like him because he is very          (10) and he is always ready to help his classmates.

2       Read the text of ex. 1 and write if the sentences are true or false. Correct the false sentences.

 

 

True

False

1)

Jack isn’t tall.

 

 

2)

Jack has got dark hair.

 

 

3)

Jack is a good pupil.

 

 

4)

Jack is fond of sports.

 

 

5)

Jack can’t play chess very well.

 

 

6)

Jack is a very helpful boy.

 

 

1)    

2)    

3)    

4)    

5)    

6)    

We like parties. My friends and I often have theme parties in autumn and winter. But in summer when the weather is good our families and friends often have outdoor parties. We cook food on fire, play volleyball and badminton. Sometimes we go on picnics to the river. The girls like swimming in warm water and the boys go fishing. We take tents and sleep in them. Outdoor parties are my favourite ones!

 4 Match the names of school subjects to the activities that you do at them.

1)   Art a)  At the lesson pupils learn about different

countries, seas and mountains.

2)   Handicraft           b) At this lesson pupils learn to use the computer and the Internet.

3)   Geography          c) At this lesson pupils make different things and learn to cook.

4)   Music

d) At this lesson pupils draw and paint.

5)   IT   e)  At this lesson pupils learn about composers,

listen to music and sing.

6)   Ukrainian f)  At this lesson pupils learn poems of famous writers and grammar rules.

READING

1       Complete the text with the words from the box.

running bikes straight member tests keen best trust watching tall

My        (1) friend’s name is Alex. We are in different classes but we live in the same house. Alex is        (2) and thin. He has got short dark        (3) hair and big eyes. Alex is not crazy about school and sometimes cheats in        (4), but he is a sporty boy. He is strong and he is good at        (5) and jumping. Alex is a        (6) of our school basketball club. He doesn’t like reading books or        (7) TV because he thinks it’s a waste of time. Alex is        (8) on cycling and we often ride our        (9) in summer. Some girls in our class don’t like Alex because he teases them sometimes. But all the boys think that they can        (10) Alex because he is a good friend.

2       Read the text of ex. 1 and write if the sentences are true or false. Correct the false sentences.

 

 

True

False

1)

Alex and his friend are classmates.

 

 

2)

Alex isn’t a short boy.

 

 

3)

Alex isn’t a good pupil.

 

 

4)

Alex is good at sports.

 

 

5)

 Alex is keen on watching TV.

 

 

6)

All the classmates think that Alex is a good friend.

 

 

1)    

2)    

3)    

4)    

5)    

6)    

My friends and I like having parties outdoors. But for these parties you need good weather. In autumn and winter we usually have theme parties. We choose a theme for the party, decorate the room and prepare some funny costumes. Our parents help us to cook food that matches the theme of the party. Then we play different games, dance and sing karaoke. At the end of the party we choose the person with the best costume. Theme parties are great!

 4 Match the names of school subjects to the activities that you do at them.

1)   History     a)  At this lesson pupils use numbers and do

calculations.

2)   English      b)  At this lesson pupils play different sports games.

c) At this lesson pupils learn about animals and the 

3)   PEhuman body.

4)   Maths       d)  At this lesson pupils learn about the beliefs of people in different countries and in different time periods.

5)   Science     e)  At this lesson pupils learn new words, read texts, listen to stories and dialogues and watch films.

6)   Religion    f)  At this lesson pupils learn about the life of people in the past.


WRITING

 1 Use the words to make up sentences. 1) has/hair/straight/Jack/blond/got.

              

2)   subject/History/My/is/school/favourite.

              

3)   am/good/painting/at/not/I/very.

              

4)   every/Nelly/running/morning/goes.

  

1) Jack and I        good friends. 2) Henry        got a big black dog. 3) Alice        a very polite girl. 4) We often        theme parties at our house.

3       Complete the sentences with the necessary form of the adjectives in brackets.

1)   Maths is                       (difficult) subject for me. 2) Jane’s hair is                   (long) than Sue’s hair. 3) The weather today is                     (good) than yesterday. 4) Paul is           (lazy) boy in our class.

4       Write an e-mail letter to your friend. Use the plan below.

PLAN

1)   Your name and age;

2)   your most favourite/least favourite school subjects;3) your hobbies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                      

2)   favourite/Her/is/subject/least/Science.

                      

3)   playing/is/basketball/of/Sam/fond.

                      

4)   the/well/plays/Peter/guitar/very.

  

1) My friend        ten years old. 2) They often        outdoor parties in their garden in summer. 3) We        interested in learning English. 4) Den        got a pen friend from England.

3       Complete the sentences with the necessary form of the adjectives in brackets.

1)   Tim’s hair is         (short) than Ben’s hair.

2)  
IT is            (interesting) subject for me.

 (tidy) than that one.

 (bad) than yesterday.

4       Write an e-mail letter to your friend. Use the plan below.

PLAN 1) Your name and age;

2) school subjects you are good/bad at; 3) your hobbies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPEAKING

1       Ask your friend about his/her age and family.

2       Tell your friend about your best friend’s name, age and family.

3       Tell your friend about your least favourite school subjects.

4       Ask your friend about his/her favourite school subjects.

5       Ask your friend about his/her hobbies.

6       Tell your friend about the parties you like most of all.

7       Use the picture and the information to talk about the person.

Name: Pam. Age: 12. Country: Spain



 1 Match the words to their definitions. There are two words that you don’t need to use.

1)   An aunt           a) A person who repairs cars.

2)   A dentist         b)  A small red round fruit that grows

3)   A cousin          on a tree.

4)   A mechanic

c)   Your mother’s or father’s sister.

5)   A policeman

d)   A person who catches burglars.

6)   A strawberry

7)   A cherry         e) Your aunt’s or uncle’s son or

daughter.

1)    

2)    

3)    

4)  

 3 Circle the correct answer.

1) There is ... salad in the fridge.

      a) some

2) Is there ... tea in the cup?

b) any

c) many

 

a) some

b) any

c) many

 

1—2

 

 

5

3) There are ... apples in the basket.

      a) any                                          b) much

4) There aren’t ... candies on the plate.

c) many

      a) some                                      b) much

5) There isn’t ... milk in the bottle.

c) many

      a) some                                      b) any

c) many

6) Are there ... eggs in the fridge?

B:  

A: Sorry, we don’t have hamburgers. B:  

A: Yes, of course. Anything to drink?

B:  

A: So, a pizza, some tomato salad and a glass of apple juice.

B:  

A: 6.75 altogether, please.

B:  

A: Here’s the change.

                       5                                                                                                                                                                                      1—2

 1 Match the words to their definitions. There are two words that you don’t need to use.

1) Twins   a)  A person who brings newspapers 2) A grandpa  to your house.

3)   A postman     b) A long orange vegetable.

4)   A tomato

c)   Your mother’s or father’s father.

5)   A vet

d)   A person who helps sick animals.

6)   A carrot

7)   A nurse           e) Two brothers or sisters, or


a brother and a sister who were born at the same time.

1)    

2)    

3)    

4)  

 3 Circle the correct answer.

1) There are ... oranges on the table.

      a) much                                      b) many

2) Is there ... ham in the fridge?

c) any

 

        a) some                                      b) any

c) many

 

1—2

 

5

3) There is ... sugar in the jar.

      a) many                                      b) any

4) There isn’t ... oil in the bottle.

c) much

      a) some                                      b) any

5) Are there ... tomatoes in the fridge?

c) many

      a) some                                      b) much

c) many

6) There is ... cheese on the plate.

A:  

B: Yes. I’d like a ham sandwich and some ice cream, please.

A:  

B: A glass of lemonade, please.

A:  

B: A glass of orange juice then.

A:  

B: Yes. How much is that?

A:  

B: Here you are.

A: Here’s the change.

                       5                                                                                                                                                                                      1—2

 1 Complete the sentences with the words from the box.

                St Valentine’s Day     cards     March 8     fairy tale     decorate     presents


1) In Ukraine people celebrate Mother’s Day on            . 2) Santa Claus always brings          to children. 3)             is a popular holiday which we celebrate on February 14. 4) My mother’s favourite             was «Sleeping Beauty». 5) At Christmas people send Christmas          to their friends and relatives. 6) We always          the New Year tree with glass balls and lights.

1) He wrote a letter yesterday.

 He didn’t write a letter yesterday. He read a book. 2) She painted a picture yesterday.

              

              

3)   He ate an apple yesterday.

              

              

4)   They sang a song yesterday.

              

 

                   3—4                                                                                                                                6


3       Circle the correct answer.

1) My birthday is ... Thursday.

 

      a) in                                             b) on

2) Tom ... at the cinema last Sunday.

c) at

      a) was                                         b) were

3) ... you meet your friends yesterday?

c) did

      a) Was                                        b) Were

4) It’s very cold ... January.

c) Did

      a) in                                             b) on

5) Ron and Sam ... at school on Saturday.

c) at

      a) wasn’t                                    b) weren’t

6) I come home from school ... three o’clock.

c) didn’t

      a) in                                             b) on

c) at

4       Write 6—8 sentences about how you celebrate Mother’s Day. Use the questions as a plan.

1)   When do you celebrate this holiday?

2)   How do you prepare for it? 3) How do you celebrate it?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       6                                                                                                                                                                                      3—4

 1 Complete the sentences with the words from the box.

«The  Frog  Prince» December  25 delicious children Thanksgiving presents

1) One of the most important holidays in America is            . 2) In Britain people celebrate Christmas on           . 3) On New Year’s Eve people prepare          for their friends and relatives.


4) St Nicholas’ Day is an important holiday for Ukrainian         . 5) When I was little I liked the fairy tale            . 6) My mother always cooks a lot of          food on my birthday.

1) She washed the dishes yesterday.

 She didn’t wash the dishes yesterday. She cooked dinner.  2) He bought strawberries yesterday.

              

              

3)   She found a puppy yesterday.

              

              

4)   They played volleyball yesterday.

              

 

                   3—4                                                                                                                                6

3       Circle the correct answer.

1)   I always go to school ... eight o’clock in the morning.

      a) in                                             b) on

2) ... you in the library yesterday?

c) at

      a) Was                                        b) Were

3) My brother ... watch this film yesterday.

c) Did

      a) wasn’t                                    b) weren’t

4) We often go to the river ... summer.

c) didn’t

      a) in                                             b) on

5) The weather ... fine last Tuesday.

c) at

      a) was                                         b) were

6) I always have six lessons ... Monday.

c) did

      a) in                                             b) on

c) at

4       Write 6—8 sentences about how you celebrate the New Year. Use the questions as a plan.

1)   When do you celebrate this holiday?

2)   How do you prepare for it?

3)   How do you celebrate it?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       6                                                                                                                                                                                      3—4


 1 Listen and circle the correct word.

1)   In Lviv the weather is going to be cloudy/rainy on Saturday.

2)   In Ivano­Frankivsk the weather won’t be windy/rainy on Saturday.

3)   In Sumy it will be frosty/snowy on Sunday.

4)  


In Kyiv it will be sunny/slippery on Sunday.

                   1—2                                                                                                                                7

3       Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Simple, Present Continuous or Past Simple Tense.

1) It often            (to rain) in autumn. 2) It’s hot and sunny and we            (to swim) in the sea now. 3) Tom and Mike            (to go) for a walk yesterday. 4) What         you

                                  usually         (to wear) in summer? 5) Jane                

(not to listen) to music now. She            (to write) a letter to her pen friend. 6)         Sam         (to meet) his cousin yesterday?

4       Write an e-mail letter to your friend. Use the questions as a plan.

— What is the weather in your town/village like in winter?

— What do you usually wear?

— What do you like doing in winter?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       7                                                                                                                                                                                      1—2

 1 Listen and circle the correct word.

1)   In Lviv the weather is going to be cloudy/rainy on Sunday.

2)   In Ivano­Frankivsk it won’t be cold/foggy on Sunday.

3)   In Sumy it will be sunny/snowy on Saturday.

4)  


In Kyiv it will be slippery/snowy on Saturday.

                   1—2                                                                                                                                7

3       Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Simple, Present Continuous or Past Simple Tense.

1) It             (to snow) outdoors now. 2)         it often             (to rain) here in spring? 3) My parents             (to buy) me a new computer game yesterday. 4) It’s cloudy and Kate             (not to sunbathe) now. 5) What         Mike usually         (to wear) in winter? 6) Where         you         (to go) last Sunday? — I         (to go) to the cinema.

4       Write an e-mail letter to your friend. Use the questions as a plan.

— What is the weather in your town/village like in summer?

— What do you usually wear? — What do you like doing in summer?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       7                                                                                                                                                                                      1—2


 1 Listen and tick the correct box.

 

True

False

1)

Nelly went to the village in summer.

 

 

2)

The camp wasn’t in the forest.

 

 

3)

Nelly didn’t live in a tent.

 

 

4)

Nelly took her mobile phone to the camp.

 

 

5)

There was a TV set in the camp.

 

 

6)

The weather was bad.

 

 

7)

The children sometimes went swimming.

 

 

8)

The children didn’t go sailing.

 

 

1) A         helps me to find the way in the forest. 2) When we go camping we take our             to sleep in them at night. 3) The             course teaches us how to help people when they have problems with their health. 4) In spring the days are         than the nights. 5) During thunderstorms you can see            . 6) The weather is usually         in summer.

3       Circle the correct answer.

1) ... did you go last Friday? — To the cinema.

      a) Who                                       b) When

2) My friend was ... seaside in summer.

c) Where

      a) at                                             b) at the

c) in

3—4

8


3) It was very cold ... Monday.

      a) last

4) My aunt lives ... Poltava.

b) in

c) ago

      a) at

b) in

c) in the

5)   ... fairy tale do you like more: «Cinderella» or «Little Red Riding Hood»?

a)   Which       b) Whose      c) Why

6)   My parents were at the theatre two days ... .

a)   last            b) ago            c) in

4       Write 6—8 sentences to describe nature and weather in summer and some summer activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       8                                                                                                                                                                                      3—4


 1 Listen and tick the correct box.

 

True

False

1)

Nelly didn’t go to the village in summer.

 

 

2)

The camp was near the sea.

 

 

3)

Nelly didn’t live in a small house.

 

 

4)

Nelly took her CD player to the camp.

 

 

5)

There was a computer in the camp.

 

 

6)

The weather wasn’t bad.

 

 

7)

The children went swimming every day.

 

 

8)

The children played sports games in the morning.

 

 

1) A         helps us to see in the dark. 2) When I go fishing I always take my             to keep the tea hot. 3) In winter the         are shorter than the nights. 4) Our instructor told us what mushrooms were good for eating and what mushrooms were bad because they were        . 5) Flowers         in spring. 6) In summer we often go to pick         in the forest.

3       Circle the correct answer.

1) I wasn’t ... school yesterday.

 

 

      a) in                                             b) at

2) My friends went camping a week ... .

c) in the

 

      a) ago                                         b) last

c) in

 

3—4

 

8

3) ... did you meet Mark? — On Saturday.

      a) Where                                   b) Why

4) My uncle lives ... village.

c) When

      a) at                                             b) in

5) We watched this film ... month.

c) in the

      a) last                                         b) ago

6) Our class was ... theatre on Wednesday.

c) in

      a) at                                             b) in

c) at the

4       Write 6—8 sentences to describe nature and weather in winter and some winter activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       8                                                                                                                                                                                      3—4


 2 Match the words to their definitions. There are two words that you don’t need to use.


1)   People go there to buy different things.

2)   People keep their money there.

3)   People go there to see a doctor.

4)   People go there to see different animals.

5)   People go there to take books for reading.

a)   A park

b)   A hospital

c)    A library

d)   A post office

e)   A shop

f)     A zoo

g)    A bank


1—2   9  3 Circle the correct answer.

1) You can get to the market ... bus.

 

      a) at                                             b) by

2) The UK is ... on islands.

c) on

      a) consist                                   b) united

3) I haven’t finished my work ... .

c) situated

      a) already                                  b) yet

4) We ... in London early in the morning.

c) ever

      a) appeared                              b) explored

5) I ... you to come to my party.

c) arrived

      a) expected                               b) existed

6) The flag of the UK is made up of three ... .

c) explored

      a) crosses                                  b) systems

c) customs

 4 Use the words to make up sentences in the Present Perfect Tense. 1) He/to see/this film/already.  

                      

2)   She/not to read/this magazine/yet.  

                      

3)   We/to visit/this museum/never.  

                      

4)   Tom/to phone/his friend/just.  

                      

5)   You/to be/to the theatre/ever?  

                      

6)   My parents/not to come/home/yet.  

                      

                       9                                                                                                                                                                                      1—2

 2 Match the words to their definitions. There are two words that you don’t need to use.


1)   People go there to watch different  films.

2)   Children like playing there.

3)   You can eat or drink a cup of coffee there.

4)   People go swimming there.

5)   People like walking there.

a)   A swimming pool

b)   A library

c)    A park

d)   A cinema

e)   A monument

f)     A café

g)    A playground


1—2         9  3 Circle the correct answer.

1)   British people keep their ... .

a)   kingdom         b) traditions             c) queen

2)   We have ... been to that museum.

a)   yet        b) ever           c) never

3)   Great Britain ... of three parts — England, Scotland and Wales.

a)   exists   b) consists    c) appears

4)   We can get to the cinema ... foot.

a)   on         b) by   c) in

5)   The scientists ... a new animal in Africa.

a)   arrived            b) imagined c) discovered

6)   The British are ... and well­mannered people.

a)   polite   b) strange     c) unite

 4 Use the words to make up sentences in the Present Perfect Tense. 1) I/to listen/to this song/just.  

              

2)   Jane/to water/the flowers/already.  

              

3)   We/to see/the queen/never.  

              

4)   You/to visit/a foreign country/ever?  

              

5)   The child/not to see/a real tiger/yet.  

              

6)   They/to buy/the souvenirs/just.  

              

              9                                                                                                                                                                                      1—2



2       Circle the correct answer.

1) Ukraine has got a long ... .

 

      a) territory                                 b) history

2) Independence Day is a ... holiday.

c) holidays

      a) national                                 b) public

3) At Easter people make Easter ... .

c) religious

      a) baskets                                  b) carol

4) Ukrainian people are ... of their country.

c) fireworks

      a) famous                                  b) ancient

c) proud

5)   We go to the travel ... when we are planning a trip to another country.

a)   service            b) agency      c) centre

6)   Pupils in our class prepared Christmas Vertep ... last year.

a)   history            b) play           c) theatre

3       Match two parts of the sentences.

1)   My friend always

2)   In a hundred years people

3)   I have never

4)   Molly is

5)   They didn’t

a)    will travel to other planets.

b)    swim in the pool yesterday.

c)     listening to music in her room now.

d)    goes fishing in summer.

e)    travelled by plane.

4       Write 6—8 sentences about what you are going to do next Sunday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              10                                                                                                                                                                                    3—4


 2 Circle the correct answer.

1) Ukrainian people are ... and friendly.

 

      a) famous                                  b) talented

2) Ukraine is a(n) ... country.

c) national

      a) foreign                                   b) proud

3) New Year is a ... holiday.

c) independent

      a) public                                     b) national

4) On Independence Day people have ... .

c) religious

      a) traditions                              b) decorations

c) fireworks

5) When we travelled to Italy we enjoyed traditional Italian ... .

                a) dishes                                    b) places

6) At Easter people go to ... .

c) trips

                a) theatre                                  b) church

c) show

 3 Match two parts of the sentences.

1)   He hasn’t

2)   Jane went

3)   We are

4)   In a hundred of years people

5)   Tom usually

a)     watching a film now.

b)     tried Japanese food before.

c)      comes home at 3 o’clock.

d)     shopping yesterday.

e)     will travel by flying cars.

 4 Write 6—8 sentences about what you are going to do next week.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              10                                                                                                                                                                                    3—4


Dear Kate,

I’m having a great time in England! I’m staying at my friend’s house in a small        (1) not far from London. The weather isn’t very good here. It’s cold and it often        (2). But it’s not a problem because I have got some warm sweaters, a coat and           (3) boots. I’ve already met a lot of new friends. We went to London two days        (4). This city is fantastic! We visited St Paul’s Cathedral and the Houses of Parliament. We are going to London again next Friday because I haven’t been to the British Museum        (5). I want to visit it so much!

Yesterday we had a Halloween party. It’s a           (6) British holiday which people celebrate on the 31st of        (7). Children love it very much. We dressed as witches and        (8), played games and ate sweets,        (9) and fruit.

I’ve taken a lot of        (10) of my new friends and the places

I have visited. I’ve also bought you some nice souvenirs.

That’s all for now.

Love,

Ann

 2 Match the words to their definitions. There are two words that you don’t need to use.


1)   Christmas

2)   A dentist

3)   A scarf

4)   Pounds and pence

5)   A sleeping bag

6)   A cinema

7)   Mother’s Day

8)   A mechanic

a)   We go there when we want to watch a film.

b)   They are British money.

c)    The Ukrainians celebrate this holiday in January.

d)   This person repairs cars.

e)   We put it around the neck in winter.

f)     We sleep in it when we go camping.


      a) It’s sunny.                             b) It’s going to rain.

2) Have you ever been to the theatre?

 

c) It was windy.

      a) Yes, I was.                             b) No, I haven’t.

3) When did you buy this book?

 

c) No, I’m not.

      a) A week ago.                        b) Tomorrow.

4) How often do you meet your friends?

 

c) In two days.

      a) Last month.                          b) A week ago.

 

c) Sometimes.

3       Read the text of ex. 1 and write if the sentences are true or false.

 

True

False

1)

Ann is staying in the house of her friend in London.

 

 

2)

The weather is bad in England.

 

 

3)

Ann has some problems with her warm clothes.

 

 

4)

Ann has already been to London.

 

 

5)

Ann is going to visit the British Museum.

 

 

6)

The British celebrate Halloween on the last day of October.

 

 

7)

Children don’t enjoy Halloween.

 

 

8)

Ann has got souvenirs for her friend.

 

 

4       Circle the correct answer.

1) What was the weather like yesterday?

Hello, Peter!

I’m having a        (1) time in the USA! I’m staying at my friend’s house in a small town not far from Washington. The weather here isn’t bad. It’s cold and        (2) here but it isn’t windy. It’s good that I have a warm        (3), a hat and mittens.

I have already met a lot of new friends. We went to Washington three days ago. It is a wonderful city! We        (4) the White House where the president lives. It was fantastic! But I didn’t see the president.

After that we went        (5) to buy presents and food for Thanksgiving Day. It will be        (6). It is a traditional American        (7) which people celebrate on the fourth Thursday of        (8). All the families come together on this holiday. The Americans have a big dinner of        (9), vegetables and fruit. In the evening people watch parades with fireworks. I’m happy to celebrate this holiday with my friend’s family.

I’ve bought you some nice        (10). I’ve also taken many photos of my new friends and the places I have visited.

See you in two weeks.

Yours,

Alex

 2 Match the words to their definitions. There are two words that you don’t need to use.


1)   A vet

2)   Mittens

3)   A tent4) Easter

5)   A hospital

6)   St. Valentine’s Day

7)   The Union Jack

8)   An umbrella

a)   People celebrate this religious holiday in spring.

b)   We use it when it rains.

c)    This person helps sick animals.

d)   This is the flag of the UK.

e)   We wear them on our hands in winter.

f)     People go there when they are ill.


3       Read the text of ex. 1 and write if the sentences are true or false.

 

True

False

1)

Alex is writing from Washington.

 

 

2)

It isn’t warm in the USA.

 

 

3)

Alex has seen the president of America in his house.

 

 

4)

Alex is going to celebrate Thanksgiving Day.

 

 

5)

The Americans celebrate Thanksgiving Day at the beginning of November.

 

 

6)

On Thanksgiving Day all the families gather together.

 

 

7)

At the end of the day people watch parades with fireworks.

 

 

8)

Alex didn’t have any photos of his new friends.

 

 

4       Circle the correct answer.

1)   When did you visit this museum?

a)   Next week.          b) Last Wednesday.                       c) In three days.

2)   Whose phone is this?

a)   It is my mother’s phone. b) It is them phone.

                      c) It is my friend phone.

3)   What is the weather like today?

a)   It was foggy.       b) It snowed.                       c) It’s raining.

4)   Have you ever been to the zoo?

a)   Yes, I am.             b) Yes, I was.                        c) Yes, I have.

1) People always go to church      Easter. 2) I like watching TV      the evening. 3) Children like having rest in camps      summer. 4) Last Saturday my classmates were      theatre. 5) Nick goes to the swimming pool      Tuesdays and Fridays. 6) My aunt lives      Donetsk. 7) Mike was      seaside last summer. 8) My parents get up       6 o’clock every morning.

3       Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Continuous, Past Simple, Present Perfect or Future Simple Tense.

1)                    


Peter            (to meet) his friend at the library yesterday. 2) Helen and Mary            (to play) badminton in the garden now. 3) I promise I            (to help) you with the project tomorrow. 4) Nick         (to be) to this museum already.

4       You are going to a summer camp. Write a letter to your friend. Tell him/her:

— when you are going to the camp;

— who you are going with;

— what things you are going to take to the camp; — what you are going to do there.

 

 

 

 

 


1)                     My birthday is      April. 2) My friends often go to the cinema      weekends. 3) John was      the mountains with his parents last winter. 4) Kate visits her grandparents      Saturdays. 5) Peter didn’t go to school yesterday because he was      dentist’s. 6) Her cousin lives      Lviv. 7) My mother is      home now. 8) We usually greet guests      Christmas Eve.

3        Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Continuous, Past Simple, Present Perfect or Future Simple Tense.


1) Den            (to finish) his homework already. 2) Sally         (to take) this book from the library two days ago. 3) Robots            (to cook) food for people in a hundred years. 4) Boys            (to play) football in the schoolyard now.

4        You are going to the seaside in summer. Write a letter to your friend. Tell him/her:

— when you are going to the seaside;

— who you are going with;

— what things you are going to take; — what you are going to do there.

 

 

 

 

 

— how he/she celebrates it.

4       Tell about your favourite season of the year:

— what season it is;

— what the weather is like in this season of the year; — what clothes you usually wear; — why you like this season.

5       Ask your friend what he/she knows about Great Britain.

6       Tell your friend about Ukraine.

7       Tell your friend about your plans for summer holidays.

Variant 2

— what holiday it is; — when this holiday is;

— how you celebrate it.

4       Ask your friend about his/her favourite season of the year: — what season it is;

— what the weather is like in this season of the year; — what clothes your friend usually wears; — why he/she likes this season.

5       Tell your friend about Great Britain.

6       Ask what your friend knows about Ukraine.

7       Tell your friend about your plans for winter holidays.

1)   My friend          twelve years old.

2)   I          a cat and a parrot.

3)   Where          your classmates now?

4)   Tony          dark curly hair.

5)   Her mother          a teacher.

6)   I          a member of a dance club.


 2 Match the questions to the answers.

1) How old are you?

a) Yes, I have.

2) Is your family big?

b) Art.

3) Have you got a pet?

c) On Friday.

4) Who is your best friend?

d) Yes, it is.

5) What is she good at?

e) Ten and a half.

6) When are you going to have a party?

Variant 2

f) Den.

1       Fill in am, is, are, have got or has got.

1)   His parents          at home now.

2)   What          your name?

3)   Sam          a big family.

4)   I          from Ukraine.

5)   You          many friends at school.

6)   I          a very curious person.

 

 2 Match the questions to the answers.

1)   Where are you from?

2)   Have you got many friends?

3)   What are you good at?

4)   How old is your friend?

5)   Is your family big?

6)   When does the party start?

a)     Twelve.

b)     Maths.

c)      From Kyiv.

d)     No, it isn’t.

e)     At 5 p.m.

f)       Yes, I have.

1


      a) 17

2) the thirty­first                            

b) 3000

3) four hundred and fifty­nine 

c) 12

4) seventeen                                   

d) 93rd

5) three thousand                          

e) 459

6) the ninety­third                         

f) 31st

2       Complete the sentences with the necessary form of the adjectives in brackets.

1) This story is            (interesting) than that one. 2) Who is

        (tall) boy in your class? — Bob. 3) English is  

       (important) school subject for me. 4) History is   (easy) than Maths. 5) This apple is                (bad) than that one. 6) Your parrot is            (little) than my parrot. 7) Mara is                (beautiful) girl in our class. 8) Tim is            (good) footballer in the team. Variant 2  1 Match.

1) the second                                  

a) 11

2) nineteen                                      

b) 624

4) two thousand                            

c) 83rd

6) six hundred and twenty­four

d) 2000

7) the eighty­third                         

e) 19

8) eleven                                          

f) 2nd

 2 Complete the sentences with the necessary form of the adjectives in brackets.

                                    1) Bob is            (lazy) than Henry. 2) The book is                                           

       (good) than the film. 3) Science is   (difficult) subject for me. 4) Who is            (bad) pupil in your class? — Dolly. 5) My story is            (short) than your story. 6) This apple is            (little) than that orange. 7) My sister is

                                              (old) than your brother. 8) James is                     

(tall) boy in my dance group.

                                                          3—4                                                                                                     2

1) Helen is very imaginative/polite so she writes stories. 2) James is a musical/ curious boy. He can play the guitar and the piano. 3) Tom goes/does running in the mornings. 4) Mark is very clever because he plays/does chess.

 2 Use the table to write what Den and you can or can’t do.

 

ride a bike

swim

play tennis

speak English

Den

ü

û

ü

û

You

 

 

 

 

Den can ride a bike but he can’t swim. 

 

 

 

 

 


Variant 2

1) Vicky is very polite/tidy so she often cleans her room. 2) Sue is unusual/ lonely because she hasn’t got any friends. 3) Peter and Sam often play/ do puzzles in the evenings. 4) Nick and Den always do/go skiing in winter.

 2 Use the table to write what Bob, Ron and you can or can’t do.

 

play football

cook

roller­skate

paint

Bob and Ron

ü

û

û

ü

You

 

 

 

 

Bob and Ron can play football but they can’t cook. 

 

 

 

 

 

3

1) Many people are fond        collecting different things. 2) We often have          parties in summer when the weather is good. 3) Jack        reads books in the evening. 4) My friend is       at cooking.

 2 Use the words to make up sentences. 1) sometimes/to/go/We/theatre/the.

                 

2)   fond/taking/Some/are/photos/of/people.

                 

3)   the/decorate/before/I/party/the/room.

                 

4)   theme/like/you/parties/Do?

                 

Variant 2

1) My mum is cooking Italian food for our          party. 2) Many children are          of listening to music. 3) Sam is bad           writing stories. 4) They          go to the cinema on Sundays.

 2 Use the words to make up sentences. 1) to/rarely/They/museums/go.

                 

2)   family/has/in/often/My/summer/picnics.

                 

3)   are/children/of/Many/sports/fond/doing.

                 

4)   outdoor/Does/like/parties/Ann?

                 

                                                          3—4                                                                                                     4

 2 Make up sentences using the Present Continuous Tense. 1) Diana/to dance/in the room/now.

                         

2)   We/to play/volleyball/in the yard.

                         

3)   You/not to read/a book/now.


                         

4)   He/to listen/to music/now?

                         

5)   They/not to watch/a film/now.

                         

6)   I/to/write/a test/now.

                         

5


1      


Use the pictures and fill in the missing letters.

2       Make up sentences using the Present Continuous Tense. 1) They/to cook/food/now.

                 

2)   Alice/not to paint/a picture/now.

                 

3)   You/to work/in the garden/now?

                 

4)   A doctor/to talk/to a patient/now.

                 

5)   Martin/not to help/his mother/now.

                 

6)   My friend/to study/Maths/now.

                 

5

to work —          

 

to watch —          

to have —          

 

to live —          

to start —          

 

to be —                         

Variant 2

1)   In America families get together at        .

2)   At    Santa Claus brings presents to all children.

3)   Children give their fathers presents on        .

4) The Ukrainians celebrate  

 

 on August 24.

 2 Write the Past Simple of the verbs.

1) to do —                 2) to clean —          

3)   to take —          

4)   to come —          

5)   to wash —          

 

 

 

 

 

6)        to cook —          

7)        to forget —          

8)        to paint —          

9)        to make —          

10)   to find —          

6

 

3—4

4)  

 2 Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Simple, Present Continuous or Past Simple Tense.

1) I often         (to eat) sandwiches for breakfast. 2) We   (to go) to the swimming pool yesterday. 3) Tom         (to clean) his room now. 4) My brother         (to find) a small puppy yesterday. 5) Linda         (to help) her mother in the kitchen now. 6) He sometimes         (to go) skiing in winter.

Variant 2

4)  

 2 Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Simple, Present Continuous or Past Simple Tense.

1) They         (to have) a theme party yesterday. 2) David often

      (to ride) his bike in the park in summer. 3) Sally and Ann         (to watch) a film now. 4) We         (to work) in the garden yesterday. 5) I never         (to go) shopping on Mondays. 6) Bob         (to play) the guitar in his room now.

7

4 TIME FOR OUTDOORS

Variant 1

1        Match the words to make up word combinations. Use the word combinations to complete the sentences.

1)   walking                   a) cooker

2)   tooth                       b) shoes

3)   thermos                  c) brush

4)   gas                d) flask

1) I always put             on my feet when I go for a walk. 2) A             keeps my tea hot for a long time. 3) In the camp we cooked our food on a            . 4) I use my             in the morning and in the evening.

2        Fill in was, were, wasn’t or weren’t.

1)   Ann        at home yesterday. She went to the cinema. 2) It        sunny last Monday. It didn’t rain. 3)        you at school yesterday? I didn’t see you there. 4) Children        at the seaside last summer. They went to the mountains.

Variant 2

1        Match the words to make up word combinations. Use the word combinations to complete the sentences.

1)   sleeping                  a) fire

2)   waterproof                        b) course

3)   camp                       c) bag

4)   first­aid                   d) boots

1) I sleep in my             when I go camping. 2) We sang songs around the             in the summer camp. 3) The          teaches us how to help people. 4) My   keep my feet dry and warm.

2        Fill in was, were, wasn’t or weren’t.

1)   My parents        at home yesterday. They didn’t go to the restaurant. 2) It        sunny two days ago. It rained. 3) Den       at school yesterday. He didn’t go to the dentist. 4) The tasks in the English tests        difficult. All the children got good marks for it.

                          8                                                                                                                                                                                      3—4

1)   When we want to watch a new film, we go to the       .

2)   People can swim in the           all year round.

3)   This house isn’t old, it’s          .

4)   You can get to the museum by        or on foot.

5)   There are a lot of        and big trees in the park.

6)   There is a bus stop right           the bank.

 2 Make up sentences using the Present Perfect Tense.

1)   He/never/to see/a crocodile.  

                 

2)   You/to be/to the Science Museum/yet?  


                 

3)   Lucy/to water/the flowers/already.  

                 

4)   He/not to do/his homework/yet.  

                 

5)   Mum/just/to bake/a cake.  

                 

6)   He/to buy/bread?  

                 

9

1)   You can get to the post office by underground or on       .

2)   You can see a lot of different animals in the       .

3)   There is a café        to the cinema.

4)   When you are ill, you go to       .

5)   Turn left at the           and go straight on.

6)   There is a modern train        not far from the supermarket.

 2 Make up sentences using the Present Perfect Tense.

1)   I/just/to read/this magazine.  

                      

2)   Helen/not to clean/her room/yet.  


                      

3)   They/ever/to be/to London?  

                      

4)   I/never/to eat/Japanese food.  

                      

5)   Peter/already/to write/the exercise.  

                      

6)   We/not to see/this film/yet.  

                      

                          9                                                                                                                                                                              1—2


2)   talented                   b) people

3)   Easter                       c) city

1) On this holiday people make             and go to church. 2) Everybody knows that Kyiv is an            . 3) Many             live in Ukraine.

 2 Put the verbs in brackets into the Past Simple or Present Perfect Tense.

1) Jack         (to be) to Spain already. He         (to be) there last summer. 2) I         (to do) the shopping already.

                             I         (to come) home an hour ago. 3) We               

(not to find) this book yet. 4) My cousin             (never to visit) this museum.

Variant 2

1       Match the words to make up word combinations. Use the word combinations to complete the sentences.

1)   independent                       a) eggs

2)   Easter                       b) country

3)   public                        c) holiday

1) The New Year is a             in our country. 2) People paint           for this holiday. 3) Ukraine is an            .

2       Put the verbs in brackets into the Past Simple or Present Perfect Tense.

1)   We         (to see) this film already. We         (to see) it last Friday. 2) She         (to be) to Great Britain already. She

                                    (to go) there two years ago. 3) My granny                

        (never to eat) Indian food. 4) Den         (not to meet) his friend yesterday.

                                                          3—4                                                                                              Test      10

Test 1

(Unit 1. Time For School. Lessons 1—2)

Hello, I am Sam. I’m thirteen years old and I’m from the USA. I’m not very tall. I have got wavy brown hair and dark eyes. My family isn’t big, just my parents and a younger sister Alice. She is five years old. I have got a cat and Alice has got a parrot. We love our pets. I’m good at sports and computer. I can play volleyball and often play it with my friends after lessons. But I’m not good at Maths and I can’t play tennis.

Test 2

(Unit 1. Time For School. Lessons 3—4) Mike: Hello, Den. Can you help me? Den: Hi, Mike. What’s the problem?

M: You are good at Maths, Den. Can you help me with the homework for the next Maths lesson on Thursday? You know, I’m bad at calculations.

D: Good, Mike. I’ll help you with Maths and you’ll help me with English. It is your favourite subject. Our English teacher wants to ask me at the next lesson on Friday. Can you help me?

M: No problem. But I don’t know the homework in Maths.

D: Let’s phone Nick and ask him. He always knows homework in all subjects.

M: Good idea, Den. His phone number is 091458804.

D: Nick doesn’t answer. Let’s phone Kate. She is a swot and always does all homework. But I don’t know her phone number.

M: It’s 092776053.

D: Hello, Kate. It’s Den. Can you tell me the homework in Maths, please?

Test 3

(Unit 2. Time For Leisure. Lessons 1—2)

My name is Helen and I’d like to tell you about my friends. I have got two best friends Dolly and Ann. Dolly is eleven years old and she is my classmate. Ann is one year older than Dolly and me. She is twelve. Dolly is curious. She likes reading and knows a lot of interesting things and stories. Ann is an imaginative person. She doesn’t like reading, but she writes short stories about animals and children. Ann is very shy, she only reads her stories to Dolly and me. Dolly is clever and helpful and I often ask her to help me with some homework. She can sing well. Ann likes gardening and can paint very well. She always paints pictures for her stories. Dolly collects coins. She often goes to other countries with our school dancing club and brings coins for herself and dolls for Ann because Ann collects them. I think that my best friends are unusual and like them very much.

Test 4

(Unit 2. Time For Leisure. Lessons 3—4) Kate: Hello, Rita! It’s me, Kate.

Rita: Hi, Kate! How are you?

TEXTS FOR TEACHERS

K: I’m fine. Can you help me, Rita? It’s Helen’s birthday on Friday. I’d like to prepare a surprise party for her.

R: Good idea, Kate! How can I help you?

K: Can you prepare and send invitations to all our classmates?

R: Of course, I can, so let’s invite all the friends for Friday. What time does the party start?

K: I think 5 o’clock in the evening is OK.

R: No, Helen is in the swimming pool at this time. She comes home only at 6 o’clock. Let’s start the party at 6 o’clock. But, Kate, where are we going to have the party? Do you want to have the party at your house?

K: Of course not! We are going to have the party at Helen’s house. It was her mother’s idea to make a present for Helen and she and my mother will cook a lot of food and I will decorate the flat.

R: Great! Do you know what tasty things they are going to cook?

K: Helen’s mother is going to make a big pizza and a cake and my mother will make fruit salads.

R: I hope the party will be a wonderful present for Helen!

Listening Comprehension

(The First Term)

1           My class is the best in our school. All the pupils are friendly and helpful. I have got a lot of friends here. Max and Den are my best friends. Max is the tallest boy in our class. He has got dark wavy hair and big grey eyes. He is fond of different kinds of sports and can play basketball and tennis very well. Den isn’t tall. He has got short blond curly hair and blue eyes. He isn’t too keen on sports, but he likes playing chess and taking photos. Max and Den are imaginative boys. We like spending time together. I’m happy that I can trust my friends.

2           My name is Giorgio and I’m from Italy. I’m twelve years old now, but I will be thirteen in two months. My family isn’t small. I live with my parents, my grandpa and two sisters. I have got a pet. It’s a big cat Fluffy. I’d like to have a dog, but my mum doesn’t want a dog. As all children, I go to school. My favourite subjects are IT and English. I want to know English well because I’m interested in the computer. As you know, many computer programmes and games are in English. Also I must know English because I’m fond of travelling. Our English lessons are very interesting. We read books, listen to English stories, sing songs and sometimes watch films in English. I have got two pen friends and send them e­mail letters from my home computer. My least favourite subjects are Art and Maths. I’m keen on listening to music and often listen to CDs in the evening.

Variant 1 3       Alex: Hello, Fred. Are you going to Ben’s party?

Fred: Hi, Alex. Yes, I got an invitation yesterday.

A: I’m going to the party, too. But I can’t find my invitation. What kind of party is it?

F: It’s a balloon party. We don’t need to prepare any costumes for it.

A: What place is the party at?

F: It’s at Ben’s place.

A: And when is the party?

F: It’s on Saturday, the 14th of November.

A: Good, I’m not busy on Saturday. And what time does the party start?

F: At 6.30 in the evening.

A: Thanks, Fred.

F: You’re welcome, Alex.

Variant 2 3       Tina: Hello, Cindy. Are you going to Nora’s party?

Cindy: Hi, Tina. Yes, I got an invitation yesterday.

T: I’m going to the party, too. But I can’t find my invitation. What kind of party is it?

C: It’s a theme party. The theme is Spain. We need to prepare some costumes for it. T: What place is the party at?

C: It’s at Nora’s place.

T: And when is the party?

C: It’s on Friday, the 23rd of September.

T: Good, I’m not busy on Friday. And what time does the party start? C: At 5.30 in the evening.

T: Thanks, Cindy.

C: You’re welcome, Tina.

Test 7

(Unit 4. Time For Outdoors. Lessons 1—2)

A: We are speaking to Mr Potapenko, the person who knows everything about the weather in Ukraine. Good morning, Mr Potapenko.

P: Good morning.

A: Can you tell us what the weather is going to be like in different places of Ukraine on Saturday and Sunday?

P: Of course, I can. It’s going to be cold and cloudy in Lviv on Saturday, but it won’t rain.

A: Is it going to rain in Lviv on Sunday?

P: Yes, it’s better to take an umbrella on Sunday because this day will be rainy.

A: What about the weather in Ivano­Frankivsk?

P: The weather is going to be cloudy and windy but without rains on Saturday. On Sunday it’s going to be warm but foggy.

A: What can you tell about the weather in Sumy?

P: It’s going to be sunny and frosty on Saturday and it will be snowy on Sunday. You’d better put warm clothes on.

A: What is the weather going to be like in Kyiv?

P: It is going to be chilly and snowy on Saturday. On Sunday it will be sunny but cold.

A: Thank you, Mr Potapenko.

P: You are welcome.

TEXTS FOR TEACHERS

Test 8

(Unit 4. Time For Outdoors. Lessons 3—4) Helen: Hello, Nelly. Did you have good holidays?

Nelly: Hi, Helen. My holidays were wonderful.

H: Where were you, Nelly? Did you go to the village to visit your grandparents?

N: No, I was in the camp.

H: Great! Was the camp in the forest?

N: No, it was at the seaside.

H: Did you live in comfortable houses, Nelly?

N: Well, my friends and I lived in big tents. H: Did you take many things to the camp?

N: Not many. Just my tooth brush, some clothes, a swimsuit and my mobile phone of course.

H: And what about your CD player? Did you take it?

N: No, I listened to music on my mobile phone.

H: Did you have a computer or a TV set in the camp?

N: No, we didn’t have any computers or a TV set there, but our life wasn’t boring without them. The weather wasn’t rainy and we went swimming and sunbathing every day. We played different sports games like volleyball and basketball after breakfast. In the evenings we made a camp fire and sang songs or danced near it.

H: Did you go climbing or sailing?

N: We went sailing sometimes, but we didn’t go climbing. H: Well, you really had a great time in the camp.

Test 9

(Unit 5. Time For Discovery. Lessons 1—2) — Excuse me. How can I get to the Science Museum?

— Go along Oak Street, turn left into Denly Street. Go along Denly Street to the bank and turn right. Go along Hill Street past the supermarket. The Science Museum is next to the supermarket.

— Thank you very much. And how can I get to the metro station?

— Oh, it’s easy. Go along Oak Street and turn left into Denly Street. Go along Denly Street to the bank, turn left and go along Hill Street past the bank to the café. The metro station is opposite the café.

Listening Comprehension

(The Second Term) 1       Mother: I’m going to cook dinner. Can you go shopping, Vicky?

Vicky: OK, Mom. What do we need to buy?

M: There isn’t any butter in the fridge.

V: So I must buy some butter. Do I need to buy any cheese?

M: No, we have got some cheese, but we haven’t got any sausages. Buy a kilo of sausages, please.

V: Are there any apples?

M: Yes, there are a lot of apples.

V: Mom, can you make an apple pie?

M: Of course I can. But there isn’t any sugar. If you want an apple pie, you must buy some sugar.

V: No, problem, Mom.

M: And don’t forget about milk. There isn’t any milk in the bottle.

V: Yes, I like milk. Do we need any eggs for the cake?

M: We have got some eggs and we have got many bananas. So I can make a cake with apples and bananas.

V: Great! I’m hurrying to the shop then.

2           My name is Max. I like travelling very much. Every summer my parents and I visit many interesting places. We travel round Ukraine and go to other countries, too. We have already visited Italy, Poland and Germany, but we haven’t been to France and England yet. I want to visit London. My mother and I are keen on visiting museums. My dream is to visit Madam Tussauds Museum. My father doesn’t like museums. He is fond of taking photos and while we are in a museum, he walks along the streets and takes photos of different monuments and old buildings. He also enjoys buying souvenirs. We usually bring a lot of souvenirs for our friends and relatives. We always travel by train or by bus, because my mother is afraid of travelling by plane.

Variant 1

3           Good morning and welcome to the weather forecast. In Paris the weather will be warm but cloudy. There won’t be any rain but it will be windy. In Kyiv it’s going to be sunny and warm. No wind and no rain. In London it will snow, the weather is going to be cold and windy.

Variant 2 Good morning and welcome to the weather forecast. In Rome the weather is going to be warm and cloudy but without rain. It will be foggy in the morning. In Madrid it’s going to be rainy and cold. It is going to be frosty and snowy in Lviv but it won’t be windy.


Contents


Test 1. Time For School. Lessons 1—2

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Test 2. Time For School. Lessons 3—4

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Test 3. Time For Leisure. Lessons 1—2

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Test 4. Time For Leisure. Lessons 3—4

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

READING (THE FIRST TERM)

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

WRITING (THE FIRST TERM)

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 SPEAKING (THE FIRST TERM)

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Test 5. Time For Home. Lessons 1—2

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Test 6. Time For Home. Lessons 3—4

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Test 7. Time For Outdoors. Lessons 1—2

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Test 8. Time For Outdoors. Lessons 3—4

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

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Test 9. Time For Discovery. Lessons 1—2

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Test 10. Time For Discovery. Lessons 3—4

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

READING (THE SECOND TERM)

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

WRITING (THE SECOND TERM)

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

SPEAKING (THE SECOND TERM)

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

EXPRESS TESTS

Test 1. Time For School. Lessons 1—2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Test 2. Time For School. Lessons 3—4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Test 3. Time For Leisure. Lessons 1—2. . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Test 4. Time For Leisure. Lessons 3—4. . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Test 5. Time For Home. Lessons 1—2

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Test 6. Time For Home. Lessons 3—4. . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

Test 7. Time For Outdoors. Lessons 1—2. . . . . . . . . . 61

Test 8. Time For Outdoors. Lessons 3—4. . . . . . . . . . 62

Test 9. Time For Discovery. Lessons 1—2

Variant 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

Variant 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Test 10. Time For Discovery. Lessons 3—4. . . . . . . . . 65

TEXTS FOR LISTENING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66


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