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Тестові завдання з англійської мови складені викладачем англійської мови Довгорук Л.П. відповідно до навчальної програми «Англійська мова » для загальноосвітніх навчальних закладів, затвердженої МОН України у 2010 році.

Завдання підготовлені в трьох варіантах, кожний варіант складається 50 тестових завдань включають в себе програмний матеріал з предмету «Англійська мова » за I-ий семестр. Кожен варіант має 3 частини і в ньому подано такі формати тестових завдань:

-Частина 1 (тести № 1-15– 15 завдань) - робота з лексико-орфографічними завдання з вибором однієї правильної відповіді;

-Частина 2 ( тести №16-38 - 23 завдання) - граматичний розділ: вірне доповнення речень ( одна правильна відповідь);

-Частина 3 ( тести № 39-50 - 12 завдань) - робота з текстом з вибором одного вірного варіанту.

Завдання мають різний рівень складності і передбачають здійснення

необхідних аналітичних операцій, що передбачають володіння навичками читання, письма, володіння необхідним лексико-граматичним мінімумом.

Завдання Частини 1 передбачають перевірку знань студентів з орфографії, семантики та лексики. Передбачено вибір 1 правильної відповіді з 4 можливих відповідей.

Завдання Частини 2 передбачають володіння знаннями з морфології, щоб обрати правильні відповіді, які найкраще доповнюють подані речення. Передбачено вибір 1 правильної відповіді з 4 можливих відповідей.

Завдання Частини 3: студент повинен прочитати текст, зрозуміти його зміст і підібрати пропущені лексико- граматичних одиниць; передбачено вибір 1 правильної відповіді з 4 можливих відповідей.

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НОВГОРОД-СІВЕРСЬКЕ МЕДИЧНЕ УЧИЛИЩЕ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ТЕСТОВІ ЗАВДАННЯ

з дисципліни «Англійська мова»

для студентів спеціалізації Сестринська справа

 курсу 1 ,  групи  А

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                            Розглянуто на засіданні

циклової комісії загальноосвітніх дисциплін

                                                          Протокол № ___від „___” ______2018 року

                                                          Голова циклової комісії загальноосвітніх

                                                          Дисциплін __________Дорожко Т.І.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Новгород-Сіверський

2018

 

Варіант  1

 

Part I. Choose the letter of the variant that best answers the question.

1. Is your friend usually in a good mood?

a) lazy

b) cheerful

c) sociable

d) moody

2. Is it important for your friend to be successful in whatever he/she does?

a) ambitious

b) trustworthy

c) attentive

d) cheerful

3. Does your friend notice your feelings?

a) optimistic

b) attentive

c) hard -working

d) sensitive

4. Does your friend often give presents, or pay for lunch or a coffee?

a) easy -going

b) sensitive

c) generous

d) sociable

5. Does your friend work hard?

a) lazy

b)  hard -working

c) ambitious

d) moody

6. Does your friend become angry or annoyed if he/she has to wait for something or someone?

a)  impatient

b) reserved

c) optimistic

d) sociable

7. Can you trust your friend with a secret?

a)  impatient

b) generous

c) cheerful

d) trustworthy

8. Does your friend listen well when you speak?

a) easygoing

b) sensitive

c) attentive

d) reserved

9. Does your friend keep his/her feelings to him/herself?

a) impatient

b)  reserved

c) lazy

d) moody

10. Is your friend usually not worried by things, no matter what happens?

a) easy-going

b) hard- working

c) optimistic

d) attentive

11. Does your friend think the future will be good?

a) reserved

b) indecisive

c) trustworthy

d) optimistic

12. Does your friend often change his/her opinion about things?

a) cheerful

b) moody

c) indecisive

d) sociable

13. Does your friend often postpone things he/she has to do?

a) ambitious

b) lazy

c) generous

d) sensitive

14. Is your friend happy at one moment and then sad the next?

a) moody

b) easygoing

c) optimistic

d) reserved

15. Does your friend like to be with people?

a) trustworthy

b) generous

c) attentive

d) sociable

Part II. Choose the letter of the variant that best completes the sentence.

 

16     The Chinese… strong traditions.

  1.    have many;
  2. have much;
  3.    has many;
  4.    has much.

17    …President of… United States lives in… White House in… Washington D.C.

  1. ˗ , the, the, - ;
  2. - , the, - , the;
  3. - , - , the, the;
  4. The, the, the, - .

      18.   Learner drivers are not allowed to drive by …

a)  them;

b)  themselves;

c)  they;

d)  theirs.

     19.   They can’t have … more strawberries. I want … to make jam.

                  a)  some, any;

                  b)  no, some;

                  c)  any, any;

                  d)  any, some.

 

20.   When I was a child, my brother wouldn’t let me … with him.

                  a)  play;

                  b)  to play;

                  c)  playing;

                  d)  played.

            21.   Today’s weather is … cold … it was yesterday.

      a)  not as, than;

      b)  less, than;

      c)  less, as;

      d)  as, than.

 22.   I have my English class …Monday morning.

       a)  in;

       b)  at;

       c)  for;

       d)  on.

 23.   …breakfast yet? Yes, I …

       a)  Did you have, have;

       b)  Had you had, have;

       c)  Have you had, have;

       d)  Do you have, had.

24.   I … a new car last week, but I … my old car yet, so I now have two cars.

       a)  bought, haven’s sold;

       b)  buy, don’t sell;

       c)  have bought, sold;

       d)  had bought, didn’t sell.

    25.   I…all the questions since I began working on this test.

       a)  am answering;

       b)  answer;

       c)  have answered;

       d)  had answered.

  26.   I was late. The teacher … a test when I …to class.

          a)    has already given, got;

          b)    had already given, got;

          c)    has already given, get;

          d)    was already giving, get.

   27.   Tomorrow at this time, I… school.

          a)   will attend;

          b)   will have been attending;

          c)   will have attended;

          d)   will be attending.

   28.   I … very busy lately.

          a)   was;

          b)   was being;

          c)   had been;

          d)   have been.

   29.   George … Lisa.

          a)   has been married with;

          b)   marries with;

          c)   is married to;

          d)  is married with.

 

   30.   The new highway … sometime next month.

          a)   finished;

          b)   finishes;

          c)   will finish;

          d)   will e finished.

    31.   You had better … his offer.

           a)   accept;

           b)   to accept;

           c)   accepted;

           d)   have accepted.

  32.   Have you heard anything from Ted? Is he still in Africa? –He  … be, or he …be on his                                                    

                way home. I’m just not sure.

           a)   could, must;

           b)   must, could;

           c)   could, could;

           d)   must, must.

  33.   Paul should … “thank you” to you when you gave him a gift.

           a)   say ;

           b)   have said;

           c)   has said;

           d)  said.

   34.  I… with my family, but now I live alone.

           a)   am used to live;

           b)   used to live;

           c)   used to living;

           d)  was used to live.

   35.  What time does your plane take …?

           a)   off;

           b)   out;

           c)   to;

           d)   from.

   36.  After failing his driving test four times, he finally … trying to pass.

             a)   gave in;

             b)   gave off;

             c)   gave away;

             d)  gave up.

  37.  You are always … excuses for not … your homework on time.

             a)   making, making;

             b)  doing, doing;

             c)   making, doing;

             d)  doing, making.

  38.   I can’t speak French. I wish I …

             a)   can;

             b)   speak;

             c)   could;

             d)   had been able.

 

 

 

PART III

       For questions 39-50, read the text below and decide which word, A, B, C or D best fits each space.

Hi-tech Fabrics

     High factor sun creams have become a necessity to protect us against dangerous ultra-violet  light. But fears that creams are not protective enough have now (39) … scientists to develop sun-proof  fabrics to add further protection against the damaging (40) … of the sun.  A lightweight T- shirt,   for example, has a sun protection factor of about 10, which (41) … that you could still get burned  through the  fabric. Australian scientists have now (42) … a way of introducing (43) … fibres into clothing which will  act as a 90% (44) … against UV rays. The material is dipped into a certain dye, (45)   a chemical techniques being tested to produce these “smart fabrics”. At a French Institute chemists are  (46)   a material  that will absorb heat. Other (47) … include fabrics that help you relax, stay  (48) … and  even give up smoking. The Institute is even organizing hospital (49) … of a fabric containing anti-bacterial chemicals that (50) … further infection after medical treatment.

 

39

A taken

B moved

C led

D guided

40

A effects

B causes

C results

D affects

41

A senses

B states

C means

D intends

42

A advanced

B developed

C expanded

B produced

43

A significant

B special

C precise

C definite

44

A guard

B rescue

C safety

D care

45

A constructing

B doing

C creating

D rising

46

A operating on

B trying on

C bringing in

D working on

47

A choices

B possibilities

C probabilities

D capabilities

48

A wakeful

B aware

C aware

D waking

49

A trials

B action

C checks

D proofs

50

A exclude

B prevent

C avoid

D keep

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Варіант  2

 

Part I. Choose the letter of the variant that best answers the question.

1. Does your friend like to be with people?

a) trustworthy

b) generous

c) attentive

d) sociable

2. Is your friend happy at one moment and then sad the next?

a) moody

b) easygoing

c) optimistic

d) reserved

3. Does your friend often postpone things he/she has to do?

a) ambitious

b) lazy

c) generous

d) sensitive

4. Does your friend often change his/her opinion about things?

a) cheerful

b) moody

c) indecisive

d) sociable

5. Does your friend think the future will be good?

a) reserved

b) indecisive

c) trustworthy

d) optimistic

6. Is your friend usually not worried by things, no matter what happens?

a) easy-going

b) hard- working

c) optimistic

d) attentive

 

 

7. Does your friend keep his/her feelings to him/herself?

a) impatient

b)  reserved

c) lazy

d) moody

8. Does your friend listen well when you speak?

a) easygoing

b) sensitive

c) attentive

d) reserved

9.Can you trust your friend with a secret?

a)  impatient

b) generous

c) cheerful

d) trustworthy

10.Does your friend become angry or annoyed if he/she has to wait for something or someone?

a)  impatient

b) reserved

c) optimistic

d) sociable

11. Does your friend work hard?

a) lazy

b)  hard -working

c) ambitious

d) moody

12. Does your friend often give presents, or pay for lunch or a coffee?

a) easy -going

b) sensitive

c) generous

d) sociable

13. Does your friend notice your feelings?

a) optimistic

b) attentive

c) hard -working

d) sensitive

14. Is it important for your friend to be successful in whatever he/she does?

a) ambitious

b) trustworthy

c) attentive

d) cheerful

15. Is your friend usually in a good mood?

a) lazy

b) cheerful

c) sociable

d) moody

 Part II.  Choose the letter of the variant that best completes the sentence.

16.   The English … strong traditions.

       a)   have many;

       b)   have much;

       c)   has many;

       d)   has much.

17. …President of… United States lives in… White House in… Washington D.C.

       a)   ˗ , the, the, - ;

       b)   - , the, - , the;

       c)   - , - , the, the;

       d)  The, the, the, - .

 18.   Learner drivers are not allowed to drive by …

        a)   them;

        b)   themselves;

        c)   they;

        d)   theirs.

 19.   They can’t have … more strawberries. I want … to make jam.

              a)   some, any;

              b)   no, some;

              c)   any, any;

              d)   any, some.

 

 20.   I work for Mr. Anderson every …Sunday.

        a)   other;

        b)   another;

        c)   the other;

        d)   others.

 21.   She made the soup by mixing …meat with some rice.

        a)   little;

        b)   a little;

        c)   few;

        d)   a few.

 22.   I have my English class …Monday morning.

        a)   in;

        b)   at;

        c)   for;

        d)   on.

 23.   …breakfast yet? Yes, I …

         a)   Did you have, have;

         b)   Had you had, have;

         c)   Have you had, have;

         d)   Do you have, had.

 24.   I … a new car last week, but I … my old car yet, so I now have two cars.

          a)   bought, haven’s sold;

          b)   buy, don’t sell;

          c)   have bought, sold;

          d)   had bought, didn’t sell.

 25.   I…all the questions since I began working on this test.

           a)   am answering;

           b)   answer;

           c)   have answered;

           d)   had answered.

26.    I was late. The teacher … a test when I …to class.

               a)   has already given, got;

               b)   had already given, got;

               c)   has already given, get;

               d)  was already giving, get.

  27.   Tomorrow at this time, I… school.

               a)   will attend;

               b)   will have been attending;

               c)   will have attended;

               d)   will be attending.

  28.   I … very busy lately.

               a)   was;

               b)   was being;

               c)   had been;

               d)   have been.

29.   George … Lisa.

               a)   has been married with;

               b)   marries with;

               c)   is married to;

               d)   is married with.

30.   The new highway … sometime next month.

               a)   finished;

               b)   finishes;

               c)   will finish;

               d)   will e finished.

  31.   You … have a passport it you want to travel abroad.

               a)   have to;

               b)   can;

               c)   may;

               d)   might.

   32.   Have you heard anything from Ted? Is he still in Africa? –He  … be, or he …be on his                                                    

                way home. I’m just not sure.

                a)   could, must;

                b)   must, could;

  1. could, could;
  2. must, must.

 

33.   Paul should … “thank you” to you when you gave him a gift.

                a)   say ;

                b)   have said;

                c)   has said;

                d)  said.

34.   I… with my family, but now I live alone.

                a)   am used to live;

                b)   used to live;

                c)   used to living;

                d)  was used to live.

35.   What time does your plane take …?

                a)   off;

                b)   out;

                c)   to;

                d)  from.

 36.  After failing his driving test four times, he finally … trying to pass.

                  a)   gave in;

                  b)   gave off;

                  c)   gave away;

                  d)  gave up.

37.  You are always … excuses for not … your homework on time.

                  a)   making, making;

                  b)  doing, doing;

                  c)   making, doing;

                  d)  doing, making.

38.  I can’t speak French. I wish I …

                  a)   can;

                  b)   speak;

                  c)   could;

                  d)   had been able.

 

 

PART III

      For questions 39- 50, read the text below and decide which word, A, B, C or D best fits each   space.

The Siamese cat

       The Siamese cat is a relatively new in Britain. The first pain of cats was brought to England in 1885 from Siam (now  (39) … as Thailand), (40) … for centuries they had been treasured in the royal palaces and temples. A register of Siamese cats is (41) … by the British Siamese Club. The register shows that half the Siamese cats in Britain today are (42) … from the original pair brought to England in 1885. There are four different (43) … of Siamese cats, all of (44) … have different combinations of fur colour on their faces, bodies and paws. The (45) … distinctive feature of a Siamese cat is its beautiful blue eyes. These animals are prized (46) … their intelligence. (47) … many ways, this cat is (48)   a dog;  it will fetch a ball, loves being (49) … for walks on a lead, and doesn’t (50) … being bathed.

 

39

A registered

B regarded

C known

D held

40

A there

B which

C where

D that

41

A regained

B possessed

C kept

D controlled

42

A derived

B descended

C appeared

D originated

43

A types

B marks

C models

D makes

44

A that

B who

C them

D which

45

A much

B most

C more

D very

46

A for

B in

C of

D on

47

A Of

B By

C In

D On

48

A like

B just

C as

D similar

49

A taken

B carried

C fetched

D led

50

A care

B bother

C mind

D protest

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Варіант  3

 

Part I. Choose the letter of the variant that best answers the question.

1. Is it important for your friend to be successful in whatever he/she does?

a) ambitious

b) trustworthy

c) attentive

d) cheerful

2. Does your friend often give presents, or pay for lunch or a coffee?

a) easy -going

b) sensitive

c) generous

d) sociable

3. Does your friend become angry or annoyed if he/she has to wait for something or someone?

a)  impatient

b) reserved

c) optimistic

d) sociable

4. Does your friend listen well when you speak?

a) easygoing

b) sensitive

c) attentive

d) reserved

5. Is your friend usually not worried by things, no matter what happens?

a) easy-going

b) hard- working

c) optimistic

d) attentive

6. Does your friend often change his/her opinion about things?

a) cheerful

b) moody

c) indecisive

d) sociable

 

 

7. Is your friend happy at one moment and then sad the next?

a) moody

b) easygoing

c) optimistic

d) reserved

8. Is your friend usually in a good mood?

a) lazy

b) cheerful

c) sociable

d) moody

9. Does your friend notice your feelings?

a) optimistic

b) attentive

c) hard -working

d) sensitive

10. Does your friend work hard?

a) lazy

b)  hard -working

c) ambitious

d) moody

11. Can you trust your friend with a secret?

a)  impatient

b) generous

c) cheerful

d) trustworthy

12. Does your friend keep his/her feelings to him/herself?

a) impatient

b)  reserved

c) lazy

d) moody

13. Does your friend think the future will be good?

a) reserved

b) indecisive

c) trustworthy

d) optimistic

14. Does your friend often postpone things he/she has to do?

a) ambitious

b) lazy

c) generous

d) sensitive

15. Does your friend like to be with people?

a) trustworthy

b) generous

c) attentive

d) sociable

Part II.  Choose the letter of the variant that best completes the sentence.

 

16. …President of… United States lives in… White House in… Washington D.C.

       a)   ˗ , the, the, - ;

       b)   - , the, - , the;

       c)   - , - , the, the;

       d)  The, the, the, - .

17. …not any glass in the windows, that is why … so cold in the room.

       a)   There is, it is;

       b)   It is, there is;

       c)   There are, it is;

       d)   There was, there is.

18.   When the fog …, we … to see where we are.

       a)   lifts, may;

       b)   will lift, will be able;

       c)   lifts, will be able;

       d)   lifts, must.

19.    You looked very busy when I …you last night. What …?

       a)   see, do you do;

       b)   see were you doing;

       c)   have seen, are you doing;

       d)   saw, were you doing.

20.    Mary hasn’t been in London, … she?

       a)   hasn’t;

       b)   did;

       c)   has;

       d)   didn’t.

21.   …breakfast yet? Yes, I …

       a)   Did you have, have;

       b)   Had you had, have;

       c)   Have you had, have;

       d)   Do you have, had.

22.    I… a new house last year, but I… my old house yet, so at the moment I have two houses.

       a)   buy, don’t sell;

       b)   bought, haven’t, sold;

       c)   have bought, sold;

       d)   had bought, didn’t sell.

23.    After failing his driving test four times, he finally …trying to pass.

       a)   gave in;

       b)   gave off;

       c)   gave away;

       d)   gave up.

24.    I … all of the questions correctly since I began this grammar exercise.

       a)   am answering;

       b)   answer;

       c)   have answered;

       d)   had answered.

25.   I have my English class …Monday morning.

       a)   in;

       b)   at;

       c)   for;

       d)  on.

26.    I was late. The teacher … a test when I …to class.

               a)   has already given, got;

               b)   had already given, got;

               c)   has already given, get;

               d)  was already giving, get.

27.   They can’t have … more strawberries. I want … to make jam.

               a)   some, any;

               b)   no, some;

               c)   any, any;

               d)   any, some.

      28.   We all … his story as a joke.

               a)   thought;

               b)   intended;

               c)   treated;

               d)  found.

      29.   They …to return next Monday.

               a)   are sure;

               b)   was sure;

               c)   will be sure;

               d)   would sure.

     30.   My hair … very long.

               a)   grow;

               b)   has grown;

               c)   have grown;

               d)   are growing.

      31.   Nothing was stolen, …?

               a)   was it;

               b)   wasn’t anything;

               c)   wasn’t it;

               d)   was anything.

      32.   I enjoyed film last night…

               a)   Neither do I;

               b)   Neither did I;

               c)   So do I;

               d)   So did I.

 

 

33.   You are always … excuses for not … your homework on time.

         a)   making, making;

         b)   doing, doing;

         c)   making, doing;

         d)   doing, making.

34.   I can’t speak French. I wish I…

          a)   can;

          b)   would;

          c)   could;

          d)   had been able.

35.   What time does your plane take …?

          a)   off;

          b)   out;

          c)   to;

          d)  from.

36.   When I … for my passport, I… this old photograph.

       a)   look, found;

       b)   was looking, found;

       c)   will look, will find;

       d)   looked, found.

37.   I… to the theatre for ages.

       a)   wasn’t;

       b)   hadn’t been;

       c)   won’t be;

       d)   haven’t been.

38.  Did you notice Nick … another student’s paper during the exam?

        a)   looked at;

        b)   to look at;

        c)   has looked at;

        d)   looked at.

 

Part  III. Read the text below. For each of the empty spaces (39- 50) choose the correct answer (A, B, C, or D).

THE BRITISH MUSEUM

            The British Museum is the  (39) _______ and one of the largest museums in the world.

Where   else can you   (40) ___________ some of the greatest treasures of all time under one

roof?  Here you can see at fist hand The Elgin Marbles, The   Portland Vase, The Lewis Chessmen, The Lewis Chessmen, The Sutton Hoo Treasure, - to name only a few of the  (41) ___________ collections awaiting  you.  You  (42) ______  fascinated by the Egyptian mummies, and  (43) ___________ by the superb exhibition of print and drawings which changes several times a year. Allow plenty of time for your visit – the British Museum is a vast storehouse of treasures. Better still, why not (44) ___________ several times, concentrating on just one exhibit each time?

           In 1753 an act of Parliament (45) ____________   the British Museum as the world’s first public museum. The Cottonian   Library was immediately (46) ____________   to the collection. Another major change to the museum (47) ____________   place when it was decided to remove the British Library to new purpose-built premises at St Pancras. 

          This enormous undertaking begun in the 1970s was not completed until 1998. Today, the British Museum is home to less than six and a half million objects and has ninety four permanent and temporary exhibition galleries.

           An Education Department  (48) _____________   a wide range of services for adults and children. Other departments are Coins and Medals, Ancient Egypt and Sudan,  Africa, Oceania and the Americas, Greek and Roman Antiquities, Asia, Prehistory and Europe, Prints and Drawings, and Middle Eastern Antiquities. If you want to visit the British Museum you should remember the following information.

          Please, note there are two entrance is at Great Russell Street – this is where the information desk (49) _____________ and where you may obtain a free floor plan. The other entrance is (50)_____________ the north side of the building in Montague Place.

 

 

A

B

C

D

39)

old

older

oldest

eldest

40)

see

to see

saw

saw

41)

wonder

wondered

wonderful

wondering

42)

be

to be

being

will be

43)

inspire

inspired

inspiring

inspires

44)

visit

to visit

visited

visiting

45)

establish

established

establishing

establishment

46)

add

to add

added

adding

47)

take

took

taking

taken

48)

provide

provides

providing

provision

49)

situate

being situate

situates

is situated

50)

in

to

on

for

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Шкала переводу набраних балів в оцінку

 

Оцінка

Бал

Відсоток

12

50

100%

11

49 - 46

99- 92%

10

45- 42

91 -84%

9

41 - 38

83 -74%

8

37 -34

73 -68%

7

33 -30

67 -60%

6

29 -26

59 -52%

5

25 -22

51 -44%

4

21 -18

43 -36%

3

17 -14

35 - 28%

2

13 -10

27 -20%

1

9 -0

19 -12%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                   1 варіант

 

ЕТАЛОНИ ВІДПОВІДЕЙ

на тестові завдання з дисципліни

 

Англійська мова

 

№ тест,

завдання

Варіанти     відповіді

№ тест,

завдання

Варіанти     відповіді

A

B

C

D

A

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C

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+

 

 

 

Викладач  _________________( Довгорук Л.П.)

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                   2 варіант

ЕТАЛОНИ ВІДПОВІДЕЙ

на тестові завдання з дисципліни

 

Англійська мова

 

 

№ тест,

завдання

Варіанти     відповіді

№ тест,

завдання

Варіанти     відповіді

A

B

C

D

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C

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Викладач ___________________( Довгорук Л.П.)               

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                    3 варіант

 

ЕТАЛОНИ ВІДПОВІДЕЙ

на тестові завдання з дисципліни

 

Англійська мова

 

 

№ тест,

завдання

Варіанти     відповіді

№ тест,

завдання

Варіанти     відповіді

A

B

C

D

A

B

C

D

1

+

 

 

 

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Викладач  _________________(Довгорук Л.П.)

       

 

 

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