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final test: writing and reading

Додано: 19 грудня 2020
Предмет: Англійська мова, 10 клас
Копія з тесту: final test: writing and reading
Тест виконано: 4 рази
16 запитань
Запитання 1

1 Fill in the gaps in the sentences given below with one of the words A, B, C or D.


A failing B studying for C passing D taking


1.Congratulations on ... all your exams!

2.No one likes ... an exam. I hope she will do better next time.

3.When are you ... your English exam, in May or June?

4.Maria is ... her English exam so hard, she doesn't go out at all!

варіанти відповідей

1A 2C 3D 4B

1C 2B 3D 4A

1C 2A 3D 4B

1D 2A 3C 4B

Запитання 2

A memorise B revise C repeat D learn by heart


5.Do you think it is possible to ... everything that we have studied during the year in two days before the exam?

6.My friend has a very good memory, she can ... a long poem easily.

7.If you want to master foreign pronunciation, you should have enough patience to ... phrases after the tape for many times in a row.

8.No matter how hard he tried, he couldn't... the list of irregular verbs the teacher gave in class.

варіанти відповідей

5C 6D 7B 8A

5B 6D 7C 8A

5A 6D 7C 8B

5B 6C 7D 8A

Запитання 3

A learn B study C find out D know


9.Where does your friend ...? — He does an English course at university.

10.It has always been easy for Jack to ... foreign languages.

11.Peter... several foreign languages and his dream is to work as a tour guide.

12.It is always very interesting for me to ... about the culture of the country whose language I study.

варіанти відповідей

9B 10A 11D 12C 

9B 10A 11C 12D

9C 10D 11B 12A

9D 10A 11B 12C

Запитання 4

II. Complete the following sentences by changing the verb in brackets into the First or Second Conditional form.


1.If it......................................... (stop) raining we'll have to cancel the tennis game.

2.If you loved her, you ......................................... (lie) to her.


варіанти відповідей

1 stop / 2 won`t lie

1 is stoping / 2 would lie

1 stops / 2 wouldn`t lie


1 stoped / 2 would lie

1 stops / 2 wii not lie

Запитання 5

3. If I ......................................... (know) English well, I would be an interpreter

4. I ......................................... (lend) you any money unless you promise to pay me back before the end of the month.


варіанти відповідей

3 knew / 4 will lend


3 know / 4 shall lend

3 known / 4 could lend

3 could know / 4 lend

Запитання 6

5.If I ......................................... (speak) Italian, I would move to Florence.

6.If I .........................................  (be) you, I would notify them of the changes.


варіанти відповідей

5 speak / 6 was

5 speak / 6 am

5 spoke / 6 could be

5 spoke / 6 were

5 could speak / 6 were

Запитання 7

7.If we meet in front of the cinema at a quarter to eight, we .........................................  (have) enough time to buy the tickets.

8. I .........................................  (watch) this film if you like it.


варіанти відповідей

7 could have / 8 shall watch

7 will have / 8 will watch

7 won`t have / 8 will watch

7 will have / 8 wouldn`t watch

Запитання 8

III.                   Match the equivalents.

1.     an outstanding painter                                                   a. представляти

2.     a trend of art                                                                   b. бути під впливом

3.     genre of painting                                                            c. напрям мистецтва

4.     to be influenced by                                                        d. знаменитий шедевр

5.     a famous masterpiece                                                    e. жанр живопису

6.     To represent                                                                    f. відомий художник


варіанти відповідей

1d 2e 3c 4b 5f 6a

1f 2c 3e 4a 5d 6b

1f 2c 3e 4b 5d 6a

1a 2d 3c 4f 5b 6e

Запитання 9

IV. Read the text and answer "YES" or "NO"


Right, well, my talk today is on learning styles. I chose this because there is a lot of research into it and it seems as if nobody really agrees on how to assess learning styles. I'll start by outlining some competing theories about.

How people learn... There aren't any handouts, I'm afraid, but anyway... One theory is the VARK system. V-A-R-K means V for visual, A for auditory, like hearing, R for reading and K for, I don't know how to pronounce this... kinaesthetic? Yes, that's it. Kinaesthetic. That means things like touch, movement and stuff. Anyway, according to the VARK system, depending on your learning style, you learn in different ways.

If you're a visual learner, then you need to use charts and pictures, use colour highlighting in your notes, and stuff. If you're an auditory learner, then reading aloud and listening will help you learn. Reading is just reading, of course. You learn by reading. Kinaesthetic learners need to move around while they learn. You're a kind of hands-on person if you're that kind of a learner, so you should revise while standing up and walking around the room, for example. Anyway, that's just one theory. There are lots of others, too.

So, to conclude then, personally I think that we all have our own learning styles and we are not just one type or another. In other words, we are probably a blend of lots of styles. I don't think any of the learning styles I've told you about is better than any other. I think the problem is that we all learn in different ways, and try to find a system to fit in all the different ways we learn. We are too creative to be boxed in like that. Not everything about the human brain can be mapped and predicted. How we learn is different for each person, so the point I'm making is I don't know how useful it is to try to categorise everyone into types.


1) most people have the same learning style: yes or no?

варіанти відповідей

YES

NO

Запитання 10

Right, well, my talk today is on learning styles. I chose this because there is a lot of research into it and it seems as if nobody really agrees on how to assess learning styles. I'll start by outlining some competing theories about.

How people learn... There aren't any handouts, I'm afraid, but anyway... One theory is the VARK system. V-A-R-K means V for visual, A for auditory, like hearing, R for reading and K for, I don't know how to pronounce this... kinaesthetic? Yes, that's it. Kinaesthetic. That means things like touch, movement and stuff. Anyway, according to the VARK system, depending on your learning style, you learn in different ways.

If you're a visual learner, then you need to use charts and pictures, use colour highlighting in your notes, and stuff. If you're an auditory learner, then reading aloud and listening will help you learn. Reading is just reading, of course. You learn by reading. Kinaesthetic learners need to move around while they learn. You're a kind of hands-on person if you're that kind of a learner, so you should revise while standing up and walking around the room, for example. Anyway, that's just one theory. There are lots of others, too.

So, to conclude then, personally I think that we all have our own learning styles and we are not just one type or another. In other words, we are probably a blend of lots of styles. I don't think any of the learning styles I've told you about is better than any other. I think the problem is that we all learn in different ways, and try to find a system to fit in all the different ways we learn. We are too creative to be boxed in like that. Not everything about the human brain can be mapped and predicted. How we learn is different for each person, so the point I'm making is I don't know how useful it is to try to categorise everyone into types.



According to the text one learning style is better than the rest:

варіанти відповідей

YES

NO

NOT MENTIONED

Запитання 11

Right, well, my talk today is on learning styles. I chose this because there is a lot of research into it and it seems as if nobody really agrees on how to assess learning styles. I'll start by outlining some competing theories about.

How people learn... There aren't any handouts, I'm afraid, but anyway... One theory is the VARK system. V-A-R-K means V for visual, A for auditory, like hearing, R for reading and K for, I don't know how to pronounce this... kinaesthetic? Yes, that's it. Kinaesthetic. That means things like touch, movement and stuff. Anyway, according to the VARK system, depending on your learning style, you learn in different ways.

If you're a visual learner, then you need to use charts and pictures, use colour highlighting in your notes, and stuff. If you're an auditory learner, then reading aloud and listening will help you learn. Reading is just reading, of course. You learn by reading. Kinaesthetic learners need to move around while they learn. You're a kind of hands-on person if you're that kind of a learner, so you should revise while standing up and walking around the room, for example. Anyway, that's just one theory. There are lots of others, too.

So, to conclude then, personally I think that we all have our own learning styles and we are not just one type or another. In other words, we are probably a blend of lots of styles. I don't think any of the learning styles I've told you about is better than any other. I think the problem is that we all learn in different ways, and try to find a system to fit in all the different ways we learn. We are too creative to be boxed in like that. Not everything about the human brain can be mapped and predicted. How we learn is different for each person, so the point I'm making is I don't know how useful it is to try to categorise everyone into types.


According to the text people learn in similar ways:

варіанти відповідей

YES

NO

NOT MENTIONED

Запитання 12

Right, well, my talk today is on learning styles. I chose this because there is a lot of research into it and it seems as if nobody really agrees on how to assess learning styles. I'll start by outlining some competing theories about.

How people learn... There aren't any handouts, I'm afraid, but anyway... One theory is the VARK system. V-A-R-K means V for visual, A for auditory, like hearing, R for reading and K for, I don't know how to pronounce this... kinaesthetic? Yes, that's it. Kinaesthetic. That means things like touch, movement and stuff. Anyway, according to the VARK system, depending on your learning style, you learn in different ways.

If you're a visual learner, then you need to use charts and pictures, use colour highlighting in your notes, and stuff. If you're an auditory learner, then reading aloud and listening will help you learn. Reading is just reading, of course. You learn by reading. Kinaesthetic learners need to move around while they learn. You're a kind of hands-on person if you're that kind of a learner, so you should revise while standing up and walking around the room, for example. Anyway, that's just one theory. There are lots of others, too.

So, to conclude then, personally I think that we all have our own learning styles and we are not just one type or another. In other words, we are probably a blend of lots of styles. I don't think any of the learning styles I've told you about is better than any other. I think the problem is that we all learn in different ways, and try to find a system to fit in all the different ways we learn. We are too creative to be boxed in like that. Not everything about the human brain can be mapped and predicted. How we learn is different for each person, so the point I'm making is I don't know how useful it is to try to categorise everyone into types.


According to the text we all have more than one learning style, but we usually rely on one or two most of the time:                                           

варіанти відповідей

YES

NO

NOT MENTIONED

Запитання 13

  Right, well, my talk today is on learning styles. I chose this because there is a lot of research into it and it seems as if nobody really agrees on how to assess learning styles. I'll start by outlining some competing theories about.

How people learn... There aren't any handouts, I'm afraid, but anyway... One theory is the VARK system. V-A-R-K means V for visual, A for auditory, like hearing, R for reading and K for, I don't know how to pronounce this... kinaesthetic? Yes, that's it. Kinaesthetic. That means things like touch, movement and stuff. Anyway, according to the VARK system, depending on your learning style, you learn in different ways.

If you're a visual learner, then you need to use charts and pictures, use colour highlighting in your notes, and stuff. If you're an auditory learner, then reading aloud and listening will help you learn. Reading is just reading, of course. You learn by reading. Kinaesthetic learners need to move around while they learn. You're a kind of hands-on person if you're that kind of a learner, so you should revise while standing up and walking around the room, for example. Anyway, that's just one theory. There are lots of others, too.

So, to conclude then, personally I think that we all have our own learning styles and we are not just one type or another. In other words, we are probably a blend of lots of styles. I don't think any of the learning styles I've told you about is better than any other. I think the problem is that we all learn in different ways, and try to find a system to fit in all the different ways we learn. We are too creative to be boxed in like that. Not everything about the human brain can be mapped and predicted. How we learn is different for each person, so the point I'm making is I don't know how useful it is to try to categorise everyone into types.

                                        

According to the text by categorising learning styles we can help people to learn very effectively:                                                                  


варіанти відповідей

YES

NO

NOT MENTIONED

Запитання 14

Right, well, my talk today is on learning styles. I chose this because there is a lot of research into it and it seems as if nobody really agrees on how to assess learning styles. I'll start by outlining some competing theories about.

How people learn... There aren't any handouts, I'm afraid, but anyway... One theory is the VARK system. V-A-R-K means V for visual, A for auditory, like hearing, R for reading and K for, I don't know how to pronounce this... kinaesthetic? Yes, that's it. Kinaesthetic. That means things like touch, movement and stuff. Anyway, according to the VARK system, depending on your learning style, you learn in different ways.

If you're a visual learner, then you need to use charts and pictures, use colour highlighting in your notes, and stuff. If you're an auditory learner, then reading aloud and listening will help you learn. Reading is just reading, of course. You learn by reading. Kinaesthetic learners need to move around while they learn. You're a kind of hands-on person if you're that kind of a learner, so you should revise while standing up and walking around the room, for example. Anyway, that's just one theory. There are lots of others, too.

So, to conclude then, personally I think that we all have our own learning styles and we are not just one type or another. In other words, we are probably a blend of lots of styles. I don't think any of the learning styles I've told you about is better than any other. I think the problem is that we all learn in different ways, and try to find a system to fit in all the different ways we learn. We are too creative to be boxed in like that. Not everything about the human brain can be mapped and predicted. How we learn is different for each person, so the point I'm making is I don't know how useful it is to try to categorise everyone into types.




According to the text it's not possible to categorise everyone                   

варіанти відповідей

YES

NO

NOT MENTIONED

Запитання 15

      Right, well, my talk today is on learning styles. I chose this because there is a lot of research into it and it seems as if nobody really agrees on how to assess learning styles. I'll start by outlining some competing theories about.

How people learn... There aren't any handouts, I'm afraid, but anyway... One theory is the VARK system. V-A-R-K means V for visual, A for auditory, like hearing, R for reading and K for, I don't know how to pronounce this... kinaesthetic? Yes, that's it. Kinaesthetic. That means things like touch, movement and stuff. Anyway, according to the VARK system, depending on your learning style, you learn in different ways.

If you're a visual learner, then you need to use charts and pictures, use colour highlighting in your notes, and stuff. If you're an auditory learner, then reading aloud and listening will help you learn. Reading is just reading, of course. You learn by reading. Kinaesthetic learners need to move around while they learn. You're a kind of hands-on person if you're that kind of a learner, so you should revise while standing up and walking around the room, for example. Anyway, that's just one theory. There are lots of others, too.

So, to conclude then, personally I think that we all have our own learning styles and we are not just one type or another. In other words, we are probably a blend of lots of styles. I don't think any of the learning styles I've told you about is better than any other. I think the problem is that we all learn in different ways, and try to find a system to fit in all the different ways we learn. We are too creative to be boxed in like that. Not everything about the human brain can be mapped and predicted. How we learn is different for each person, so the point I'm making is I don't know how useful it is to try to categorise everyone into types.



According to the text it's not possible to analyse learning styles because we learn in too many different ways:           


варіанти відповідей

YES

NO

NOT MENTIONED

Запитання 16

Right, well, my talk today is on learning styles. I chose this because there is a lot of research into it and it seems as if nobody really agrees on how to assess learning styles. I'll start by outlining some competing theories about.

How people learn... There aren't any handouts, I'm afraid, but anyway... One theory is the VARK system. V-A-R-K means V for visual, A for auditory, like hearing, R for reading and K for, I don't know how to pronounce this... kinaesthetic? Yes, that's it. Kinaesthetic. That means things like touch, movement and stuff. Anyway, according to the VARK system, depending on your learning style, you learn in different ways.

If you're a visual learner, then you need to use charts and pictures, use colour highlighting in your notes, and stuff. If you're an auditory learner, then reading aloud and listening will help you learn. Reading is just reading, of course. You learn by reading. Kinaesthetic learners need to move around while they learn. You're a kind of hands-on person if you're that kind of a learner, so you should revise while standing up and walking around the room, for example. Anyway, that's just one theory. There are lots of others, too.

So, to conclude then, personally I think that we all have our own learning styles and we are not just one type or another. In other words, we are probably a blend of lots of styles. I don't think any of the learning styles I've told you about is better than any other. I think the problem is that we all learn in different ways, and try to find a system to fit in all the different ways we learn. We are too creative to be boxed in like that. Not everything about the human brain can be mapped and predicted. How we learn is different for each person, so the point I'm making is I don't know how useful it is to try to categorise everyone into types.



According to the text the human brain is predictable more research into how people learn is necessary :

варіанти відповідей

YES

NO

NOT MENTIONED

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