Reading Comprehension

Додано: 10 квітня
Предмет: Англійська мова, 7 клас
Тест виконано: 79 разів
11 запитань
Запитання 1

People first used the word "teenager" in the 1920s. Before that, girls and boys aged between 13 and19 were ''chidren'' or ''young people''. Life was serious for teenagers in the USA before 1950s. Boys had to join the " military"-the army, the navy or the air force. Or they had to get a job. For girls the choices were smaller. They had to meet a man, marry him and have chidren.Further education was not possible for many people in those days. Teenagers had to be responsible, but they didn't have much free time or money. Things started to change in the 1950s. The economy became stronger,so families had more money and life got easier. Parents could help their children to have education. Teenagers got pocket money and free time after school. They began to have more fun, and to be more independent. Music was a big part of this. There were jukeboxes in coffee bars. Teenagers started to have their own radios, and radio stations played new music for them. Older people didn't like it or understand it. Teenagers spoke and dressed in a different way too.This, some people say,was the start of the generation gap.

варіанти відповідей

Before the 1920s, people.......a)didn't call girls ''children''

Before the 1920s, people.......b)didn't use the word''teenagers''

Before the 1920s.......people c)older than 19 were ''teenagers''

Запитання 2

People first used the word'' teenager'' in the 1920s. Before that, girls and boys aged13 and 19 were ''children'' or ''young people''. Life was serious for teenagers in the USA before the 1950s. Boys had to join the military - the army, the navy, or the air force. Or they had to get a job. For girls the choices were smaller. They had to meet a man, marry him and have children. Further education was not possible for many people in those days.Teenagers had to be responsible,but they didn't have much free time or money.Things started to change in the 1950s. The economy became stronger, so families had more money and life got easier. Parents could help their children to have education. Teenagers got pocket money and free time after school. They began to have more fun and to be more independent. Music was a big part of this. There were jukeboxes in coffee bars. Teenagers started to have their own radios and radio stations played new music for them. Older people didn't like it or understand it.Teenagers spoke and dressed in a different way too. This, some people say,was the start of the generation gap.

варіанти відповідей

In the 1950s American boys had to....a)get a wife and have a family

In the 1950s American boys had to......b) go to college or university

In the 1950s American boys had to......c)work or go into the military

Запитання 3

People first used the word'' teenager'' in the 1920s. Before that girls and boys aged between 13 and 19 were ''chidren'' or ''young people''. Life was serious for teenagers in the USA before the 1950s. Boys had to join the military - the army,the navy or the air force. Or they had to get a job. For girls the choices were smaller. They had to meet a man, marry him and have children.Further education was not possible for many people in those days. Teenagers had to be responsible,but they didn't have much free time or money. Things started to change in the 1950s. The economy became stronger, so families had more money and life got easier.Parents could help their chidren to have education.Teenagers got pocket money and free time after school.They began to have more fun,and to be more independent.Music was a big part of this.There were jukeboxes in coffee bars. Teenagers started to have their own radios and radio stations played new music for them. Older people didn't like it or understand it.Teenagers spoke and dressed in a different way too.This,some people say,was the start of the generation gap.

варіанти відповідей

After the 1950s......a)Americans were richer because their children were free.

After the 1950s.....b)parents could afford better education for their children.

After the 1950s.....c)families were stronger because they had more money,

Запитання 4

People first used the word''teenager' in 1920s. Before that, girls and boys aged between 13 and 19 were ''children'' or ''young people''. Life was serious for teenagers in the USA before the 1950s. Boys had to join the military-the army, the navy or the air force. Or they had to get a job. For girls the choices were smaller. They had to meet a man, marry him and have children.Further education was not possible for many people in those days. Teenagers had to be responsible, but they didn't have much free time or money. Things started to change in the 1950s. The economy became stronger, so families had more money and life got easier. Parents could help their children to have education. Teenagers got pocket money and free time after school. They began to have more fun and to be more independent. Music was a big part of this. There were jukeboxes in coffee bars. Teenagers started to have their own radios, and radio stations played new music for them. Older people didn't like it or understand it.Teenagers spoke and dressed in a different way too.This,some people say,was the start of the generation gap

варіанти відповідей

Life changed for teenagers because......a)school was funnier.

Life changed for teenagers because...b)they had their own money to spend.

Life changed for teenagers because.......c)they had more money and no school.

Запитання 5

People first used the word''teenager'' in 1920s.Before that girls and boys aged between 13 and 19 were ''children'' or ''young people''.Life was serious for teenagers in the USA before the 1950s.Boys had to join the military - the army, the navy or the air force. Or they had to get a job. For girls the choices were smaller.They had to meet a man, marry him and have children.Further education was not possible for many people in those days.Teenagers had to be responsible,but they didn't have much free time or money.Things started to change in the 1950s. The economy became stronger,so families had more money and life got easier.Parents could help their children to have education. Teenagers got pocket money and free time after school. They began to have more fun and to be more independent. Music was a big part of this.There were jukeboxes in coffee bars.Teenagers started to have their own radios, and radio stations played new music for them. Older people didn't like it or understand it.Teenagers spoke and dressed in a different way too.This,some people say,was the start of the generation gap.

варіанти відповідей

Older people didn't understand......a)the way teenagers spoke.

Older people didn't understand....b)the music teenagers liked.

Older people didn't understand....c)why teenagers wore different clothes.

Запитання 6

Dear uncle Ben, we arrived here in Paris on Friday. We came from London on the Eurostar - I love travelling by train. But Jenie lost her luggage at the Gare du Nord and it took us a long time to find it. Then I couldn't find my passport - in the end I found it in my bag ! But now we are having a wonderful time in this beautiful city. We went to the top of the Eiffel Tower as soon as we arrived of course. The view from the top was amazing.We also took a river trip on a boat called a Bateau Mouche. The French guide gave us lots of interesting information.She was very clever and spoke in three different languages. Jenie could understand all of them. but I only understood the English. My French is awful and I don't speak any German. We are going to do more sightseeing now.I can tell you more about our trip when I see you.Lots of love. Helena.

варіанти відповідей

The Eurostar is....a)the luggage office in Paris

The Eurostar is.....b)a French train station.

The Eurostar is....c)a train from England to France.

Запитання 7

Dear uncle Ben, we arrived here in Paris on Friday. We came from London on the Eurostar - I love travelling by train.But Jenie lost her luggage at the Gare du Nord and it took us a long time to find it. Then I couldn't find my passport - in the end I found it in my bag! But now we are having a wonderful time in this beautiful city.We went to the top of the Eiffel Tower as soon as we arrived of course.The view from the top was amazing. We took a river trip on a boat called a Bateau Mouche. The French guide gave us a lot of interesting information. She was very clever and spoke in three different languages. Janie could understand all of them, but I only understood the English! my French is awful and I don't speak any German. We are going to do more sightseeing now.I can tell you more about our trip when I see you. Lots of love. Helena

варіанти відповідей

Jenie and Helena....a)both lost something.

Jenie and Helena...b)lost their luggage.

Jenie and Helena...c)lost a bag and a passport

Запитання 8

Dear uncle Ben, we arrived here in Paris on Friday. We came from London on the Eurostar - I love travelling by train.But Janie lost her luggage at the Gare du Nord and it took us a long time to find it. Then I couldn't find my passport - in the end I found it in my bag! But now we are having a wonderful time in this beautiful city. We went to the top of the Eiffel Tower as soon as we arrived of course.The view from the top was amazing.We took a river trip on a boat called a Bateau Mouche.The French guide gave us lots of interesting information. She was very clever and spoke in three different languages.Jenie could understand all of them, but I only understood the English. My French is awful and I don't speak any German. We are going to do more sightseeing now. I can tell you more about our trip when I see you. Los of love. Helena.

варіанти відповідей

Who understood English,French and German?-.....Helena and Janie

Who understood English,French and German?-....Janie and the guide.

Who understood English,French and German?-....Helena and the guide.

Запитання 9

Dear uncle Ben, we arrived here in Paris on Friday. We came from London on a Eurostar - I love travelling by train.But Jenie lost her luggage at the Gare du Nord and it took us a long time to find it. Then I couldn't find my passport - in the end I found it in my bag.! But now we are having a wonderful time in this beautiful city. We went to the top of the Eiffel Tower as soon as we arrived of course.The view from the top was amazing.We took a river trip on a boat called a Bateau Mouche. The French guide gave us a lot of interesting information. She was very clever and spoke in three different languages. Janie could understand all of them,but I only understood English.My French is awful and I don't speak any German. We are going to do more sightseeing now. I can tell you more about trip when I see you. Lots of love. Helena.

варіанти відповідей

First they went....a)on a river trip with a guide

First they went...b)to a place called the Bateau Mouche

First they went...c)to the top of the Eiffel Tower

Запитання 10

Dear uncle Ben,we arrived here in Paris on Friday. We came from London on the Eurostar - I love travelling by train.But Jenie lost her luggage at the Gare du Nord and it took us a long time to find it. Then I couldn't find my passport - in the end I found it in my bag! But now we are having a wonderful time in this beautiful city. We went to the top of the Eiffel Tower as soon as we arrived of course.The view from the top was amazing.We took a river trip on a boat called a Bateau Mouche.The French guide gave us lots of interesting information. She was very clever and spoke in three different languages.Janie could understand all of them, but I only understood the English. My French is awful and I don't speak any German.We are going to do more sightseeing now.I can tell you more about our trip when I see you. Lots of love. Helen.

варіанти відповідей

Helena is having....a) a great time

Helena is having....b)a boring time

Helena is having...c)an interesting time

Запитання 11

Dear uncle Ben,we arrived here in Paris on Friday.We came from London on the Eurostar - I love travelling by train.But Jenie lost her luggage at the Gare du Nord and it took us a long time to find it. Then I couldn't find my passport - in the end I found it in my bag! But now we are having a wonderful time in this beautiful city. We went to the top of the Eiffel Tower as soon as we arrived of course.The view from the top was amazing.We took a river trip on a boat called a Bateau Mouche.The French guide gave us lots of interesting information.She was very clever and spoke in three different languages. Jenie could understand all of them,but I only understood the English.My French is awful and I don't speak any German. We are going to do more sightseeing now.I can tell you more about our trip when I see you.Lots of love. Helena.

варіанти відповідей

They are going to....a)go on a river trip now.

They are going to...b)visit famous and interesting places more now.

They are going to....c)climb up the Eiffel Tower now.

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