23 вересня о 18:00Вебінар: Математика на дотик: формати роботи та ідеї завдань для дітей із порушеннями зору

Reading, 11th

Додано: 17 травня
Предмет: Англійська мова, 11 клас
Копія з тесту: Reading, 11th
Тест виконано: 228 разів
22 запитання
Запитання 1

1. Read the text. What is it about? Tick the correct answer

Carla,

Jim Jordan can't come to talk next Monday, but Grey will send John Jones and he'll talk about the same thing. Can you meet him at the school entrance at 2 o'clock, half an hour before the meeting starts? Bring him to the school office.

Thanks.

S Becket

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Jim Jordan will be able to visit school at the appointed time

S Becket asks Carla to meet John Jones at the principals' room

John Jones is going to come to school instaed Jim Jordan

Запитання 2

2. Read the article and choose the most suitable heading. There's one extra heading which you don't need.

The Magic of India

Have you ever had trouble deciding whether to go on a beach or a city holiday? The best solution is to combine the two and go to India. Why not begin your holiday in New Delhi, the nation's busy capital? At first you can be shocked with fascinating city.

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The admirable nature

Your right choice of spending a holiday

The diversity of historic sights

India's holiday with a difference

The relaxing place

Grand shopping in Connaught Place

Запитання 3

3. Read the article and choose the most suitable heading. There's one extra heading which you don't need.

The Magic of India

The noisy mixture of car horns and street sellers loudly advertising their goods, often puts tourists off. However, there is much more to New Delhi than this.This city is rich in historic sights. One of the most famous of these is the red Fort, where you can visit the bazaar at the entrance and gaze at the beautiful red sandstone architecture of the fort itself.

варіанти відповідей

The admirable nature

Your right choice of spending a holiday

The diversity of historic places

India's holiday with a difference

The relaxing place

Grand shopping in Connaught Place

Запитання 4

4. Read the article and choose the most suitable heading. There's one extra heading which you don't need.

The Magic of India

Another building which you certainly shouldn't miss is the Rashtrapati Bhavan. This presidential home with 340 rooms is surrounded by acres of attractive gardens. In Connaught Place, the greatest shopping centre, you can buy beautiful clothes in a plenty of boutiques or have a delicious meal in one of the restaurants.

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The admirable nature

Your right choice of spending a holiday

The diversity of historic sights

India's holiday with a difference

The relaxing place

Grand shopping in Connaught Place

Запитання 5

5. Read the article and choose the most suitable heading. There's one extra heading which you don't need.

The Magic of India

When you have tired yourself out of exploring New Delhi, you can spend the second half of your holiday in Goa. Don't forget about Palolem Beach, as this is the ideal spot for the spectacular Goan sunset. The beach is on a quite island, so you will be guaranteed a peaceful and wonderful time.

варіанти відповідей

The admirable nature

Your right choice of spending a holiday

The diversity of historic place

India's holiday with a difference

The relaxing place

Grand shopping in Connaught Place

Запитання 6

6. Read the article and choose the most suitable heading. There's one extra heading which you don't need.

The Magic of India

If you want to check out the local wildlife, there is a number of shelters around the resort. Visit the Bondla Sanctuary and see lions and snakes. You can even have an elephant ride!

India major cities and beach resorts offer many truly magical experiences. Travel to India and enjoy a holiday with a different ways!

варіанти відповідей

The admirable nature

Your right choice of spending a holiday

The diversity of historic sights

India's holiday with a difference

The relaxing place

Grand shopping in Connaught Place

Запитання 7

7. Read the text.

We may not be superheroes, but remember, each of us has something that’s worth shouting about. It’s a fact – everyone is an individual and that’s what makes you who you are. Be proud of why you’re different. If you love who you are, people are more likely to love you too.

This text tells to …

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be original.

accept yourself for what you are.

remember that you are special.

Запитання 8

8. Read the text

Mike is 16 years old and lives in Manches-ter. He has 154 friends — and he makes two or three more friends every week. About 20 of his friends also live in Manchester. Some go to the same school, others go to the same sports centres. He often sees them. The others live in other cities and countries. Mike has never met these friends, but he talks to them on the Internet. They are his ‘MySpace’ friends.

This text tells about …

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how ‘MySpace’ website works


where Mike’s friends live

why ‘My Space’ website is popular.

Запитання 9

9. Read the text and the statement to it. Tick if the statements are true or false.

Most of Britain’s most popular newspapers are tabloids. These include

The Sun, The Mirror, The Express and The Daily Mail. Although some tabloids

are serious newspapers and the broadsheets also have tabloid editions, many

people talk about tabloid journalism or the tabloid press to refer to a type

of a newspaper that contains many articles about music, sport and famous people, and less serious news, and is often insulting to women and people from other countries. The word «tabloid» is less widely used in the USA, where most of the important national newspapers are of a regular size. The best-known US tabloid, which uses short articles and large photographs, is the New York Daily News. Serious tabloids include the Chicago Sun-Times.


The New York Daily News is issued in the UK.

варіанти відповідей

true

false

Запитання 10

10. Some parts are missing from the text. Choose the right part from the list below.

Teens are left Speechless

All over the world, teenagers' bedrooms are beginning to sound like a library. Instead of chatting away on a traditiol landline telephone, of even a mobilephone, teenagers are busy communicating online.

According to a 2018 report by the Pew Internet & American life project, 53% of teens___________ mostly communicate with friends via written messages; and 61% of the time they chat through a service called "instant messaging".

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who own cellphones and surf the Internet on a daily basis

with atraditional keyboard

before deciding how to answer

with their public speaking skills

Запитання 11

The History of the London Police

Today there are policemen everywhere but in 1700 London had no policemen at all. A few old men used to protect the city streets at night and they were not paid very much.

About three hundred years ago London was starting to get bigger. The city was very dirty and many people were poor. There were so many thieves who stole money in the streets that people stayed in their homes so much as possible.

In 1750 Henry Fielding started to pay a group of people to stop thieves. They were like policemen and were called ‘Bow Street Runners’ because they were working near Bow street.

Fifty years later there were 120 Bow Runners but London had become very big and needed more policemen. So, in 1829 the first metropolitan (or London) Police Force was started with 3000 officers.

Most of them were working on foot but a few rode horses. Until 1920 all the police in London were men. Today London police are quite well paid and for the few police officers who still ride horses the pay is even better than for the others.

1. In 1700 there were __ .

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policemen everywhere;

policemen only in London;

no policemen in London.

Запитання 12

The History of the London Police

Today there are policemen everywhere but in 1700 London had no policemen at all. A few old men used to protect the city streets at night and they were not paid very much.

About three hundred years ago London was starting to get bigger. The city was very dirty and many people were poor. There were so many thieves who stole money in the streets that people stayed in their homes so much as possible.

In 1750 Henry Fielding started to pay a group of people to stop thieves. They were like policemen and were called ‘Bow Street Runners’ because they were working near Bow street.

Fifty years later there were 120 Bow Runners but London had become very big and needed more policemen. So, in 1829 the first metropolitan (or London) Police Force was started with 3000 officers.

Most of them were working on foot but a few rode horses. Until 1920 all the police in London were men. Today London police are quite well paid and for the few police officers who still ride horses the pay is even better than for the others.


2. 300 years ago many people __ .

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came to London ;

wanted to leave London

had big houses in London.

Запитання 13

The History of the London Police

Today there are policemen everywhere but in 1700 London had no policemen at all. A few old men used to protect the city streets at night and they were not paid very much.

About three hundred years ago London was starting to get bigger. The city was very dirty and many people were poor. There were so many thieves who stole money in the streets that people stayed in their homes so much as possible.

In 1750 Henry Fielding started to pay a group of people to stop thieves. They were like policemen and were called ‘Bow Street Runners’ because they were working near Bow street.

Fifty years later there were 120 Bow Runners but London had become very big and needed more policemen. So, in 1829 the first metropolitan (or London) Police Force was started with 3000 officers.

Most of them were working on foot but a few rode horses. Until 1920 all the police in London were men. Today London police are quite well paid and for the few police officers who still ride horses the pay is even better than for the others.


3. The Bow Street Runners __

варіанти відповідей

 stole money;

stopped people stealing;

paid people to steal.

Запитання 14

The History of the London Police

Today there are policemen everywhere but in 1700 London had no policemen at all. A few old men used to protect the city streets at night and they were not paid very much.

About three hundred years ago London was starting to get bigger. The city was very dirty and many people were poor. There were so many thieves who stole money in the streets that people stayed in their homes so much as possible.

In 1750 Henry Fielding started to pay a group of people to stop thieves. They were like policemen and were called ‘Bow Street Runners’ because they were working near Bow street.

Fifty years later there were 120 Bow Runners but London had become very big and needed more policemen. So, in 1829 the first metropolitan (or London) Police Force was started with 3000 officers.

Most of them were working on foot but a few rode horses. Until 1920 all the police in London were men. Today London police are quite well paid and for the few police officers who still ride horses the pay is even better than for the others.


4. In 1800 there were __  .

варіанти відповідей

 enough policemen;

not enough policemen;

 too many policemen.

Запитання 15

The History of the London Police

Today there are policemen everywhere but in 1700 London had no policemen at all. A few old men used to protect the city streets at night and they were not paid very much.

About three hundred years ago London was starting to get bigger. The city was very dirty and many people were poor. There were so many thieves who stole money in the streets that people stayed in their homes so much as possible.

In 1750 Henry Fielding started to pay a group of people to stop thieves. They were like policemen and were called ‘Bow Street Runners’ because they were working near Bow street.

Fifty years later there were 120 Bow Runners but London had become very big and needed more policemen. So, in 1829 the first metropolitan (or London) Police Force was started with 3000 officers.

Most of them were working on foot but a few rode horses. Until 1920 all the police in London were men. Today London police are quite well paid and for the few police officers who still ride horses the pay is even better than for the others.


5. Of the first 3000 Metropolitan Policemen __

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all of them rode horses;

some of them rode horses;

most of them rode horses.

Запитання 16

The History of the London Police

Today there are policemen everywhere but in 1700 London had no policemen at all. A few old men used to protect the city streets at night and they were not paid very much.

About three hundred years ago London was starting to get bigger. The city was very dirty and many people were poor. There were so many thieves who stole money in the streets that people stayed in their homes so much as possible.

In 1750 Henry Fielding started to pay a group of people to stop thieves. They were like policemen and were called ‘Bow Street Runners’ because they were working near Bow street.

Fifty years later there were 120 Bow Runners but London had become very big and needed more policemen. So, in 1829 the first metropolitan (or London) Police Force was started with 3000 officers.

Most of them were working on foot but a few rode horses. Until 1920 all the police in London were men. Today London police are quite well paid and for the few police officers who still ride horses the pay is even better than for the others.


6. Today police officers who work with horses are paid __ .

варіанти відповідей

more than their colleagues;

the same as their colleagues;

half as much as their colleagues.

Запитання 17

1. Read the text and mark the following statements «True» (T) or «False» (F).

Cornelia Funke is a German writer. Her famous story «Inkheart» is a rich story centred around a 12-year-old book lover whose father has a unique gift for bringing the world of books to life. «Inkheart» was the first in a trilogy and Funke followed with «Inkspell» and «Inkdeath». Before writing «Inkheart», she learns about booksellers, book collectors, book thieves and even book murderers as well as reading about martens and fire-eaters. She then imagines the characters and the places they might go, writes down lines for the first 20 chapters. Then, and only then — after about six months — she writes the first sentence. A novel will take her about a year to write. She always does her own sketches — in pen and ink, she creates a picture of her own characters to help her write about them. She married printer Rolf Funke in 1981. They have two children, Anna and Ben. Up until 2005 the Funke family lived in Hamburg, Germany, when they moved to Los Angeles. Sadly, in March 2006, Rolf died of cancer.


1) «Inkheart» is the first book in the series.________

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true

false

Запитання 18

1. Read the text and mark the following statements «True» (T) or «False» (F).

Cornelia Funke is a German writer. Her famous story «Inkheart» is a rich story centred around a 12-year-old book lover whose father has a unique gift for bringing the world of books to life. «Inkheart» was the first in a trilogy and Funke followed with «Inkspell» and «Inkdeath». Before writing «Inkheart», she learns about booksellers, book collectors, book thieves and even book murderers as well as reading about martens and fire-eaters. She then imagines the characters and the places they might go, writes down lines for the first 20 chapters. Then, and only then — after about six months — she writes the first sentence. A novel will take her about a year to write. She always does her own sketches — in pen and ink, she creates a picture of her own characters to help her write about them. She married printer Rolf Funke in 1981. They have two children, Anna and Ben. Up until 2005 the Funke family lived in Hamburg, Germany, when they moved to Los Angeles. Sadly, in March 2006, Rolf died of cancer.

2) «Inkheart» is about the girl who can bring characters of books to life.____

варіанти відповідей

true

false

Запитання 19

1. Read the text and mark the following statements «True» (T) or «False» (F).

Cornelia Funke is a German writer. Her famous story «Inkheart» is a rich story centred around a 12-year-old book lover whose father has a unique gift for bringing the world of books to life. «Inkheart» was the first in a trilogy and Funke followed with «Inkspell» and «Inkdeath». Before writing «Inkheart», she learns about booksellers, book collectors, book thieves and even book murderers as well as reading about martens and fire-eaters. She then imagines the characters and the places they might go, writes down lines for the first 20 chapters. Then, and only then — after about six months — she writes the first sentence. A novel will take her about a year to write. She always does her own sketches — in pen and ink, she creates a picture of her own characters to help her write about them. She married printer Rolf Funke in 1981. They have two children, Anna and Ben. Up until 2005 the Funke family lived in Hamburg, Germany, when they moved to Los Angeles. Sadly, in March 2006, Rolf died of cancer.

3) Before writing a story the author finds out a lot of things she wants to write about.______

варіанти відповідей

true

false

Запитання 20

1. Read the text and mark the following statements «True» (T) or «False» (F).

Cornelia Funke is a German writer. Her famous story «Inkheart» is a rich story centred around a 12-year-old book lover whose father has a unique gift for bringing the world of books to life. «Inkheart» was the first in a trilogy and Funke followed with «Inkspell» and «Inkdeath». Before writing «Inkheart», she learns about booksellers, book collectors, book thieves and even book murderers as well as reading about martens and fire-eaters. She then imagines the characters and the places they might go, writes down lines for the first 20 chapters. Then, and only then — after about six months — she writes the first sentence. A novel will take her about a year to write. She always does her own sketches — in pen and ink, she creates a picture of her own characters to help her write about them. She married printer Rolf Funke in 1981. They have two children, Anna and Ben. Up until 2005 the Funke family lived in Hamburg, Germany, when they moved to Los Angeles. Sadly, in March 2006, Rolf died of cancer.

4) It takes Cornelia Funke six months to write a story._______

варіанти відповідей

true

false

Запитання 21

1. Read the text and mark the following statements «True» (T) or «False» (F).

Cornelia Funke is a German writer. Her famous story «Inkheart» is a rich story centred around a 12-year-old book lover whose father has a unique gift for bringing the world of books to life. «Inkheart» was the first in a trilogy and Funke followed with «Inkspell» and «Inkdeath». Before writing «Inkheart», she learns about booksellers, book collectors, book thieves and even book murderers as well as reading about martens and fire-eaters. She then imagines the characters and the places they might go, writes down lines for the first 20 chapters. Then, and only then — after about six months — she writes the first sentence. A novel will take her about a year to write. She always does her own sketches — in pen and ink, she creates a picture of her own characters to help her write about them. She married printer Rolf Funke in 1981. They have two children, Anna and Ben. Up until 2005 the Funke family lived in Hamburg, Germany, when they moved to Los Angeles. Sadly, in March 2006, Rolf died of cancer.

5) Cornelia’s grandfather illustrates her books._________

варіанти відповідей

true

false

Запитання 22

1. Read the text and mark the following statements «True» (T) or «False» (F).

Cornelia Funke is a German writer. Her famous story «Inkheart» is a rich story centred around a 12-year-old book lover whose father has a unique gift for bringing the world of books to life. «Inkheart» was the first in a trilogy and Funke followed with «Inkspell» and «Inkdeath». Before writing «Inkheart», she learns about booksellers, book collectors, book thieves and even book murderers as well as reading about martens and fire-eaters. She then imagines the characters and the places they might go, writes down lines for the first 20 chapters. Then, and only then — after about six months — she writes the first sentence. A novel will take her about a year to write. She always does her own sketches — in pen and ink, she creates a picture of her own characters to help her write about them. She married printer Rolf Funke in 1981. They have two children, Anna and Ben. Up until 2005 the Funke family lived in Hamburg, Germany, when they moved to Los Angeles. Sadly, in March 2006, Rolf died of cancer.

6) Cornelia Funke is a widow.__________

варіанти відповідей

true

false

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