Тестові завдання до тематичного оцінювання
Vocabulary Match the number and the correct letter 1 volunteer 2 to be sunburned 3 treasure 4 enjoyable 5 to be eager to do sth. 6 to exist 7 fluently 8 to save time 9 language skills 10 knee socks 11 smart 12 to quarrel а) зберігати час в) сперечатися с) загоряти d) приємний e) мовленнєві навички f) скарб g) доброволець n) сильно бажати (щось зробити) i) існувати j) вільно k)панчохи l)дотепний
Reading Read the text and put the parts of the text in the correct order. (c) On the ground floor is a gymnasium. Here we have our PE. On the ground floor there is a dining room and a big hall. In the hall we have large school meetings, concerts, parties and competitions between classes. At our school there are laboratories for physical, chemical and biological experiments. My school is neither old nor new. It was built twenty years ago. The school is not far from my house. (d) Classrooms are on the fist, second and third floors. The Teacher’s room is on the first floor. The school library is on this floor too. (f) In our school the corridors are wide and long. During the breaks between the lessons we can walk and have a rest there. My school is nice and the school life is interesting. (b) The school has four floors. It stands in a large yard. In the yard there are many trees, bushes and flowers. Besides, there is a sports ground where we have our physical training lessons when the weather is warm.
Reading Read the text and choose the right answers Our Duties About the house Every person should be hard-working because one cannot get anything without putting a lot of work into it. In our family everybody works with pleasure. When I come home very early I don’t just sit and wait till my mother returns home and cooks supper for me. I do it myself and when my parents come home from work, I am glad to greet them and invite to have dinner. The duties about the house are divided between my father, my mother and me quite justly though most of cooking in our family is done by mother. I help her by laying the table and clearing it after meals and washing up. I also do some shopping and keep the rooms clean and tidy. My mother does most of work in our family: she prepares breakfast for us every day and does shopping on her way back from work. I try to do all I can help my parents about the house.
Reading 1. What person should everybody be? good-looking b) hard-working 2. How does every member of the family work? with interest b) with pleasure 3. What does the boy do when he returns home very early? He doesn’t just sit and waits till his mother cooks supper. He doesn’t just sit, he does shopping. 4. Does he invite his parents to taste his cookery? No, he doesn’t b) Yes, he does 5. How much work does his mother do about the house? a) least of work b) most of work 6. How is the work about the house done? a) quite justly b) quite clear.
Grammar Choose the right variant 1)You will … speak Spanish in another few months. Can have be able to ought 2)Little children like books with large print. They … read them more easily. should must can have to 3) My dentist says I … eat so many sweets. needn’t mustn’t ought not shouldn’t
1 independent 2 to border 3 representative 4 to attract 5to be funded 6 equipment 7 temple 8 to be established 9 mighty 10 to adore 11 thatch 12 rare A представник B бути заснованим C храм D незалежний E могутній F приваблювати G обладнання H межувати I солома J рідкісний K уклонятися E встановлювати
BRITISH HOMES British families like to live in houses rather than in flats. A typical British house is for a family of two or four people. Its is made of bricks. There is a garden at the back and another at the front. The gardens near typical house are not big as in Ukraine. If there is no place for the garden near the house the British hang baskets on the walls of their house and call them gardens. A typical house has got two floors. On the ground floor there is a sitting room, a dinning room and a kitchen. On the first floor there is a bathroom and bedrooms. Small house has one or two bedrooms. Large house has there more.
Read the text and say if the following is true or false (t, f) British families prefer to live in block of flats. Usually typical houses are made of bricks. If there is no enough place for a garden the British do not have it. The typical British house has one floor. In small houses there are usually one or two bedrooms. A typical British house is for a family of two or four people.
Choose the right variant A the B – 1 I live in … Tverskaya Street. 2 … Thames flows through… London. 3 … United Kingdom includes … Great Britain and … Northern Ireland. 4 … English Channel is between … Great Britain and … France. 5 ….Pacific is the largest ocean on our planet. 6 … Volga flows into ….Caspian Sea.
Reading Read the text and complete the sentences with the phrases from the box The British royal family is the most famous family in the world and a symbol of British history. Queen Elizabeth is the Queen of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Besides, she is the Head of the Commonwealth, a group of 48 countries with a total population of 900 million. The Queen is the Head of the State and has some official and state duties. Every day she reads and sing state papers. Every year she makes official visits abroad. In the first week of November the Queen opens the Parliament’s session. Twice a year in January and June, she presents medals at Buckingham Palace. The Queen herself pays for her new clothes and private home costs. Besides, she gives much money to charity. BRITAIN’S ROYAL FAMILY
The British royal family is…. Queen is… The Commonwealth is a group The Queen has Twice a year she presents She gives A. medals at Buckingham Palace B. of 48 countries C. the head of the Commonwealth D. much money to charity E. a symbol of British history F. some official and state duties
Grammar The - 1 I went to …France last year, but I haven’t been to … Netherlands yet. 2 My train leaves from…Waterloo station at 7.10p.m. 3 …USA is… fourth largest country in… world after… Russia, …Canada and …Republic of China. 4 … Trafalgar Square is the geographical centre of… London 5 … Everest is the highest mountain in the world 6 … West End is the symbol of wealthy and luxurious life. 7 I’ve made up my mind to go to … Black Sea next summer.
Complete phrases with the correct words from a-l 1 to reach 2 to take 3 booking 4 upper 5 waiting 6 taking 7 to move at 8 traffic 9 public 10 to do 11 passer 12 to map a berth b jam C room d sth e one’s best f transport g photograph of sth/smb h off I by j a speed of k the coast l office
Reading If you want to get to Great Britain you need to cross a stretch of water which separates the county from Europe. It is the English Channel. Eurotunnel is a complex of the tunnels under the water. Read the text and choose the right answer EUROTUNNEL Work in Eurotunnel began in 1987. Eurotunnel was built by Anglo-French engineering company. In fact, there are three parallel tunnels. A smaller central service tunnel was built to be used by workers and engineers for maintenance work and emergencies. The two outer tunnels carry high-speed passenger and trains. Car and lorries are transported by train. Now journeys between Britain and Europe are quicker.
EUROTUNNEL It was American company It was built by Anglo-French company 1 What is the Channel? It’s a stretch of water which separates the country from Europe. It’s a road which separates the country from Europe. 2 When did the work in Eurotunnel began? Work began in 1978 Work began in 1987 3 Who built Eurotunnel?
GRAMMAR 10 Bob and Alice got married in 1991 A How long have they been married? B How long is it since they got married? C When did they get married Choose the right variant. 11 They sent a letter the day before yesterday,…? A …, did they? B …., hadn’t they? C …, didn’t they? 12 There will be a nice film on TV tonight,…? A …, won’t there? B …, will it? C …., will there?
In England, Christmas Day and Good Friday have been holidays for religious reason since the establishment of Christianity in that country. They are officially recognized as Bank Holidays. The other Bank Holidays are Boxing Day, Easter Monday, and the fist Monday in August Boxing Day is December 26th. It takes its name from the old custom of giving employees an annual present or “Christmas box” on that day. The August Bank Holidays is probably the most popular one of the year because it comes at a time when schoolchildren are not at school. In Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day (March 17) is also a Bank Holiday. St. Patrick is the Patron Saint of Ireland. The Scottish Bank Holidays are Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, Good Friday, the fist Monday in May and the first Monday in August. New Year’s Eve is an occasion for much joy and noisy celebration .It is a Scottish tradition that the fist person to cross the threshold of your house on New Year’s Day should be darkhaired - such a person brings luck for the coming year.
–Did anybody come to see you last week? - Nobody did. …. Julia ….John was there. 2. Borrow some money from your friends . ….Ann … Marry will help you. 3. Charles lives … in Camberley … in Guildford, doesn’t he? 4. The room was … comfortable … clean, was it? 5. I’d like to help you a little. I can … walk the dog … go shopping.
Translate phrases with correct words from a-l to wear to ride a wave to depend spring water to cast to knock to turn off at the speed of to slow down horseshoe total eclipse залежати зі швидкістю носити весняні води зловити хвилю підкова кидати загальний гальмувати затемнення вимкнути стукати
Read the text and complete the sentences with the phrases from the box Weather is the condition of the atmosphere at a certain time or over a certain short period. Weather is connected with atmospheric pressure, temperature, rainfall, cloudiness, and wind. Samuel Johnson, an English author of the 18th century said:”When two Englishmen meet, their first talk is of the weather.” This is true because the weather in the British Isles is always uncertain. Other countries have a climate, in England, to describe the meteorological conditions of the country, we have weather. CLIMATE AND A TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER “Everybody talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it .”Some people think these words belong to Mark Twain, but no one is quite sure. They are often made by English. However, we can see it as a joke because it is hardly possible to do anything about the weather. Can a man change or improve it?
BOX are …made a certain time Other countries is connected anything always uncertain 4. … have a climate, in England we have weather. 5. They … often …by English. 6. It’s hardly possible to do …about the weather. 1. Weather is the condition of the atmosphere at … 2. Weather … with atmospheric pressure . 3. The weather in the British Isles is …