Essesment test

Додано: 16 грудня 2020
Предмет: Англійська мова, 11 клас
Тест виконано: 17 разів
36 запитань
Запитання 1

Read the text and choose the answers that best fit the gaps

1.By 2050, 70% of the world’s 9 billion people 1)_____ in cities.

варіанти відповідей

1.are going to live

2.will live

3.are living

4.live

Запитання 2

2.Globalization is creating a series of melting pots around the world. These are the places where ancient cultures can build 2)_____ each other or collide.

варіанти відповідей

1.beside

2.besides

3.each other

4.on the side

Запитання 3

3.New York, London, Sydney, and Melbourne: these are the places of liberty and “free speech”. But these are also the places of heated cultural tension. This kind of tension is 3)_____ in many forms. .

варіанти відповідей

1.demonstrating

2.demonstrated

3.demonstrates

4.demonstrate

Запитання 4

4.People direct 4)_____ toward that foreigner who “stole” an Aussie job to make the overpriced clothes they buy. But are these people in the vocal minority, or outspoken representatives of the majority?

варіанти відповідей

1.hates

2.hatred

3.hated

4.hating

Запитання 5

5.Globalisation 5)_____ diverse cultures under one shared flag.

варіанти відповідей

1.unites

2.gathers

3.joins

4.collects

Запитання 6

6.It encourages once oppressed groups to 6)_____ and blurs the borders between micro-communities. This makes it is easy for underlying prejudice to simmer and erupt.

варіанти відповідей

1.speak up

2.speak out

3.speak for

4.speak with

Запитання 7

7.When a “minority” group causes the melting pot to spill over, the city’s western middle-class news media spins a story tailored for the highest 7)_____, exacerbating this prejudice

варіанти відповідей

1.rankings

2.rentings

3.numbers

4.ratings

Запитання 8

8.The night before Christmas I was full of the usual 8)_____ that I always felt during the Christmas season.

варіанти відповідей

1.anticipation

2.expectancy

3.suspense

3.tension

Запитання 9

9.Christmas had always been one of the delightful religious festivals for me. The church started preparing 9)_____ back in November.

варіанти відповідей

1.long

2.far

3.way

4.yet

Запитання 10

10.Beautiful Christmas music could be heard everywhere on the streets, on the radio, and even on television. Everybody made colourful crepe paper ornaments to decorate their homes with. It was 10)_____ time when relatives and friends gathered together and visited each other.

варіанти відповідей

1.a

2.----

3.the

4.this

Запитання 11

11.All of us looked forward to the Christmas Eve Service at our church and a joyous procession 11)_____ the streets after the service. Throughout the celebration, everyone was in a gala mood and greeted people around with the special words of Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

варіанти відповідей

1.alongside

2.by

3. over

4.through

Запитання 12

12.Then on Christmas Day we went back to church to sing carols reminding us 12)_____ the meaning of the blessed birth of the baby Jesus. After the Christmas service young people received special gifts of chocolate, cookies, and crackers.

варіанти відповідей

1.about

2.of

3.to

4.----

Запитання 13

13.They were told that the gifts 13)_____ from Father Christmas. They also received new clothes and perhaps new pairs of shoes.

варіанти відповідей

1.come

2.coming

3.have come

4.would come

Запитання 14

14.We always thought that these were the things that meant Christmas. Oh how I wish that those memories 14)_____ real tonight.

варіанти відповідей

1.are

2.can be

3.was

4.were

Запитання 15

15.Mobility and being 15)_____ create a wonderful sensation to the American people. Although many families enjoy spending their holidays at home, the majority of them hit the road.

варіанти відповідей

1.on the way

2.on foot

3.on the road

4.on the trail

Запитання 16

16.They may simply rent a cabin in the wilderness or near the seaside, or go to one of the many campgrounds that dot the USA, overall they just strive to 16)_____ from the hectic life of the city and work. One more popular method to escape stress is to visit national parks, such as Yellowstone or the Grand Canyon, which 60 million opt for every year.

варіанти відповідей

1.get away

2.get out

3.get across

4.get back

Запитання 17

17.Though hiking and trail blazing have become 17)_____ popular, Americans also enjoy international travel. In almost every European city, you are bound to bump into an American traveller.

варіанти відповідей

1.most

2.much

3.more

4.more and more

Запитання 18

18.Since 18)_____, loads of Americans have made their way to Europe.

варіанти відповідей

1.the 1950s

2.1950s

3.the 1950th

4.the 1950

Запитання 19

19.The reason for this is that the majority of the US population 19)_____ their ancestry back to European countries. Today, the most common sites like Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam or Rome are full of young American backpackers, budget travellers who often stay in youth hostels.

варіанти відповідей

1.track

2.trace

3. originate

4.date

Запитання 20

20.Should you ever 20)_____ to meet one.

варіанти відповідей

1.manage

2.happen

3.want

4.seem

Запитання 21

21.They are adventurous and eager 21)_____ new people. Try to strike up a conversation with one of them, and your efforts will most likely be rewarded. 

варіанти відповідей

1.to meeting

2.to meet

3.to have met

4.meeting

Запитання 22

22.The homeless people .......story appeared in the paper last week have now found a place to live

варіанти відповідей

1. whose

2.who

3.which

4.whom

Запитання 23

23.The house..... they have bought is next to the park

варіанти відповідей

1.which

2.that

3.whose

4.where

Запитання 24

24.The car....... cost more than 50 000 dollars ,was a present from his family

варіанти відповідей

1. which

2. that

3.who

4.when

Запитання 25

Read the text and say if it is true or false

The World Happiness Report measures “subjective well-being” – how happy people are, and why. According to the survey Norway is the happiest place on Earth, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, and Finland round out the top five, while the Central African Republic came in last. The World Happiness Report was released to coincide with the United Nations’ International Day of Happiness on 20 March. It mainly relies on asking a simple, subjective question of more than 1,000 people every year in each of more than 150 countries.

“Imagine a ladder, with steps numbered from 0 at the bottom to 10 at the top,” the question asks. “The top of the ladder represents the best possible life for you and the bottom of the ladder represents the worst possible life for you. On which step of the ladder would you say you personally feel you stand at this time?” The average result is the country’s score – ranging from Norway’s 7.54 to the Central African Republic’s 2.69. But the report also tries to analyze statistics to explain why one country is happier than another. It looks at factors including economic strength, social support, life expectancy, freedom of choice, generosity and perceived corruption.

The report also suggests that professional “white collar” jobs are associated with improved happiness over “blue collar” roles – but that having a job at all is one of the biggest factors. And while “those in well-paying jobs are happier and more satisfied with their lives”, that effect has diminishing returns – “an extra $100 of salary is worth much more to someone at the lower end of the income distribution than someone already earning much more.”

25. The World Happiness Report was released in spring.

варіанти відповідей

1.True

2.False

Запитання 26

The World Happiness Report measures “subjective well-being” – how happy people are, and why. According to the survey Norway is the happiest place on Earth, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, and Finland round out the top five, while the Central African Republic came in last. The World Happiness Report was released to coincide with the United Nations’ International Day of Happiness on 20 March. It mainly relies on asking a simple, subjective question of more than 1,000 people every year in each of more than 150 countries.

“Imagine a ladder, with steps numbered from 0 at the bottom to 10 at the top,” the question asks. “The top of the ladder represents the best possible life for you and the bottom of the ladder represents the worst possible life for you. On which step of the ladder would you say you personally feel you stand at this time?” The average result is the country’s score – ranging from Norway’s 7.54 to the Central African Republic’s 2.69. But the report also tries to analyze statistics to explain why one country is happier than another. It looks at factors including economic strength, social support, life expectancy, freedom of choice, generosity and perceived corruption.

The report also suggests that professional “white collar” jobs are associated with improved happiness over “blue collar” roles – but that having a job at all is one of the biggest factors. And while “those in well-paying jobs are happier and more satisfied with their lives”, that effect has diminishing returns – “an extra $100 of salary is worth much more to someone at the lower end of the income distribution than someone already earning much more.”

26. The survey was mainly based on handing out questionnaire

варіанти відповідей

1.True

2.False

Запитання 27

The World Happiness Report measures “subjective well-being” – how happy people are, and why. According to the survey Norway is the happiest place on Earth, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, and Finland round out the top five, while the Central African Republic came in last. The World Happiness Report was released to coincide with the United Nations’ International Day of Happiness on 20 March. It mainly relies on asking a simple, subjective question of more than 1,000 people every year in each of more than 150 countries.

“Imagine a ladder, with steps numbered from 0 at the bottom to 10 at the top,” the question asks. “The top of the ladder represents the best possible life for you and the bottom of the ladder represents the worst possible life for you. On which step of the ladder would you say you personally feel you stand at this time?” The average result is the country’s score – ranging from Norway’s 7.54 to the Central African Republic’s 2.69. But the report also tries to analyze statistics to explain why one country is happier than another. It looks at factors including economic strength, social support, life expectancy, freedom of choice, generosity and perceived corruption.

The report also suggests that professional “white collar” jobs are associated with improved happiness over “blue collar” roles – but that having a job at all is one of the biggest factors. And while “those in well-paying jobs are happier and more satisfied with their lives”, that effect has diminishing returns – “an extra $100 of salary is worth much more to someone at the lower end of the income distribution than someone already earning much more.”

27. About 1000 countries were involved in the survey.

варіанти відповідей

1.True

2.False

Запитання 28

The World Happiness Report measures “subjective well-being” – how happy people are, and why. According to the survey Norway is the happiest place on Earth, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, and Finland round out the top five, while the Central African Republic came in last. The World Happiness Report was released to coincide with the United Nations’ International Day of Happiness on 20 March. It mainly relies on asking a simple, subjective question of more than 1,000 people every year in each of more than 150 countries.

“Imagine a ladder, with steps numbered from 0 at the bottom to 10 at the top,” the question asks. “The top of the ladder represents the best possible life for you and the bottom of the ladder represents the worst possible life for you. On which step of the ladder would you say you personally feel you stand at this time?” The average result is the country’s score – ranging from Norway’s 7.54 to the Central African Republic’s 2.69. But the report also tries to analyze statistics to explain why one country is happier than another. It looks at factors including economic strength, social support, life expectancy, freedom of choice, generosity and perceived corruption.

The report also suggests that professional “white collar” jobs are associated with improved happiness over “blue collar” roles – but that having a job at all is one of the biggest factors. And while “those in well-paying jobs are happier and more satisfied with their lives”, that effect has diminishing returns – “an extra $100 of salary is worth much more to someone at the lower end of the income distribution than someone already earning much more.”

28. “White collars” are happier than “blue collars” according to the report.

варіанти відповідей

1.True

2.False

Запитання 29

29. According to the report working makes people unhappy.

варіанти відповідей

1.True

2.False

Запитання 30

30..According to the report Norway is the happiest place in the world

варіанти відповідей

1.True

2.False

Запитання 31

31..Central Africa is the top place to live in

варіанти відповідей

1.True

2.False

Запитання 32

The World Happiness Report measures “subjective well-being” – how happy people are, and why. According to the survey Norway is the happiest place on Earth, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, and Finland round out the top five, while the Central African Republic came in last. The World Happiness Report was released to coincide with the United Nations’ International Day of Happiness on 20 March. It mainly relies on asking a simple, subjective question of more than 1,000 people every year in each of more than 150 countries.

“Imagine a ladder, with steps numbered from 0 at the bottom to 10 at the top,” the question asks. “The top of the ladder represents the best possible life for you and the bottom of the ladder represents the worst possible life for you. On which step of the ladder would you say you personally feel you stand at this time?” The average result is the country’s score – ranging from Norway’s 7.54 to the Central African Republic’s 2.69. But the report also tries to analyze statistics to explain why one country is happier than another. It looks at factors including economic strength, social support, life expectancy, freedom of choice, generosity and perceived corruption.

The report also suggests that professional “white collar” jobs are associated with improved happiness over “blue collar” roles – but that having a job at all is one of the biggest factors. And while “those in well-paying jobs are happier and more satisfied with their lives”, that effect has diminishing returns – “an extra $100 of salary is worth much more to someone at the lower end of the income distribution than someone already earning much more.”

32.The United Nations'International Day of Happiness is on 20 April

варіанти відповідей

1.True

2.False

Запитання 33

33.There is ... any difference between these two methods

варіанти відповідей

1.hard

2.hardly

Запитання 34

34..I have been teaching at this university for...... ten years

варіанти відповідей

1.near

2.nearly

Запитання 35

35.He has worked ..... all his life

варіанти відповідей

1.hard

2.hardly

Запитання 36

36.I haven't heard from him ......

варіанти відповідей

1.late

2.lately

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