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Приклад запитання: Task 1. Put «+» if the statement is true and « - » if the statement is false.1. A very rich painter had a family.
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Приклад запитання: 1) We had already eaten when John ______(come) home.
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Приклад запитання: Dear Jim, I’m writing about my winter holidays. On January 11th I travelled to Italy with my aunt Polly. We travelled by ship for a week. Of course it’s a long way from America to Europe, but it was really exciting because the ship was very big, and there were shops, cafés, swimming pools, a cinema and a gym on board. First the ship visited Spain and the south of France. On January 18th we arrived in Italy. Then we travelled by train. It’s a wonderful country! We stayed there in a hotel in the mountains. We went skiing every day. I had never skied before, but our trainer was very good. So on the third day I could ski down the hills. It was fantastic! We went back to the States by plane. Our plane to Chicago was on January 28th. It was the first time I have flown by plane. Usually we travel around the country by train or by car. I’ll never forget my journey to Europe! What did you do on holidays? Write soon.Bye,AlexAlex was in Italy in winter.
Приклад запитання: Read the text and tick (√) if the sentence is true or false.There are many parks in London and other cities and towns of England. The most famous London parks are Hyde Park, St. James's Park and Green Park. In March and April they turn green with fresh grass and leaves in the trees. There are a lot of flowers there, too. English people like roses, daffodils and tulips very much. The rose is the symbol of England. The daffodil is the symbol of Wales.In Hyde Park people like to sit on the grass or to read books on the benches under the trees. They also like to visit a beautiful rose garden there and to go boating on the lake.In St. James's Park you can sit by the lake and watch swans, geese, ducks and other birds which live there.Green Park is a quiet place where you can see a mother-hedgehog with her young ones or squirrels jumping in the tree.There are many parks in London.
Приклад запитання: Fill in the gaps.… Highlands in northern … Scotland is a region of mountain ranges, deep valleys and beautiful lakes.
Приклад запитання: What kind of books did the woman most enjoy reading?Woman: When I was young I would read for hours and hours. I loved reading mysteries, although I never read anything with aliens in it. And, of course, my absolute favourites were scary ghost stories.
Приклад запитання: LAWYER: WHAT IS THIS JOB LIKE?People and companies hire lawyers to give them advice and to tell them what they can and can’t do under the law. Sometimes, they hire lawyers to take their part in court against other people or companies, or against the government.Lawyers spend a lot of time doing research. To be a good lawyer, a person must be good at finding facts in books, on computers, and in other places. Lawyers also interview people to get information.After doing research, lawyers make arguments to show that the people they work for should win in court. Some lawyers speak in court. But many lawyers don’t.Lawyers also spend time writing. They write their arguments. Lawyers also write legal documents like contracts and wills. They need to be very specific.Lawyers do most of their work in offices, law libraries, and courtrooms. They sometimes meet in clients’ homes or businesses. Some lawyers meet clients in hospitals or prisons. Lawyers often work long hours, especially during a trial in court.Task. Decide if these statements are true or false.Lawyers consult people on how to act in different situations according to the law.
Приклад запитання: Pizza has a long history. The ancient Greeks first had the idea of putting vegetables on large flat pieces of bread and pizza ovens have been found in the ruins of Roman cities. But for centuries one important ingredient was missing - the first tomatoes were brought to Europe only in the 16th century from South America. In the 19th century Rafaele Esposito, a baker from Naples, began to sell the first modern pizzas. He was asked to bake a special pizza for a visit by the Italian King and Queen in 1889, and so the first pizza Margarita was created, named after the Queen. Pizza became a favourite dish in Italy, but only after the Second World War, when thousands of American soldiers went home from Europe, pizza really became an international dish. Soon there were pizzerias all over the USA, and American chains like Pizza Hut, spread the idea around the world. Today the average American eats over 10 kilograms of pizza a year and the world's largest pizza (measuring 30 metres! across) was baked not in Italy but in Havana, Cuba!Put "+" next to the true sentences and "-" next to the false ones. 1. Today the average American eats over 10 kilograms of pizza a month.
Приклад запитання: ______ the weather forecast affect your choice of clothes yesterday?
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Приклад запитання: Big Red London Buses What is the best-known symbol of London? Big Ben? The statue of Eros in Picadilly Circus? Or could it be 1)…....................... much more ordinary than that? Could it be the big red London double-decker bus? It certainly could. Big red buses 2)… - and even found - all over the world, and people recognise them as symbols of London. Visitors climb into London buses to go and see the Niagara Falls. London buses can be seen driving 3)… Europe to advertise big department stores, or British events . They don't need to have the words "London Transport" on the side of them: they are instantly recognised by millions of people! It was almost 100 years ago, on October 25th 1911, the London General Omnibus Company 4)… their last horse-drawn omnibus through the streets of the capital. Since then the big red motor bus 5)… London's "king of the road". Today, every day, thousands of Londoners use the big red buses to move - often slowly - around town; and lots of tourists know that a one-day London bus pass, valid on all regular bus routes, offers a wonderful way to see 6)…. capital city. The idea of the "double decker" is 7)… much older than the motor bus; it is simply a 8)….. of the system that was used for public transport 9)… the age of horse-drawn vehicles, when some of the passengers sat inside, and the rest travelled on the roof. Too bad if it10)… ! The earliest horse-drawn double-deckers in London had steps at the back, so that people could climb up onto the roof. The main difference with today's buses was that in those days, there was no protection for the people travelling on top: if it rained, they could pull a sort of oil-cloth cover out of the back of the 11)… in front of them, and pull it over them; but they still got wet. Today the only open-topped buses are the special tourist buses. It wasn't until the 1930's that all new buses came 12)… with roofs over the upper deck! Increasingly powerful engines meant that buses could be bigger and heavier; like trams, they could then have roofs.
Приклад запитання: 1. ____ is a traditional English dish served for holidays and special occasions.
Приклад запитання: 1. Canada lies in ___ north of North American Continent.
Приклад запитання: 1. The climate of Ukraine depends on its ___ position.
Приклад запитання: 5.Jane .......a beautiful dress for her birthday.
Приклад запитання: Choose the correct answer.1. Are you going to play football with us?
Приклад запитання: 1. There is ___________work to do.
Приклад запитання: I ... to the secondary school number three.
Приклад запитання: Read the text "Basketball" and do the tasks. Basketball It was a rainy day in November, 1891. An instructor at Springfield College in Massachusetts climbed up a ladder and nailed a fruit basket to the wall of the gymnasium. Then he climbed down the ladder. He picked up a football and threw it. The ball went into the basket. As he climbed back up the ladder to get the ball, the man was very glad. Maybe he had solved his problem! Well, he would soon see. Ten minutes later, eighteen young men ran into the little gym. The instructor put nine boys on one side and nine on the other. He told them to throw the ball to each other or bounce it and, when they were near the wall where the basket was nailed, to try and throw the ball into the basket. The game started, and what a game it was! When several of the young men fell onto the floor as they were playing, the instructor stopped the game. "Something is wrong in this game," he said. "This is too unpleasant." He sat down and took out a piece of paper and a pencil. "Now let's have some rules and let's observe them!" He paused for a minute, thinking. Then he began, "Rule number one: No one can run with the ball! You have to throw it or bounce it to someone else on your side." They all agreed that it was a good rule. "Rule number two: If a man pushes another player to get the ball, the game will stop. The man pushed will have a free throw at the basket. Nobody must try to catch the ball on its way to the basket." That rule, was good too. Quickly, other rules were made. When the game started again, there was less pushing, fewer men falling, and better passing of the ball from one man to another. A second basket was nailed to the wall at the other end of the gym.The man, who nailed the fruit baskets to the wall, was a young Canadian. His name was James Naismith, and he was a college teacher.**************************************************************************************************1. According to the text: "It was a snowy day in November."
Приклад запитання: Fill in the gaps: People always go to church … Easter.
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