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Кузовлев контрольные работы 10 класс: Контрольная работа по английскому для 10 класса к УМК В.П. Кузовлева 10-11. – Тест по английскому языку на тему: Итоговыя контрольная 10 класс, учебник Кузовлева

Контрольная работа по английскому для 10 класса к УМК В.П. Кузовлева 10-11.

Test 1 (the 10th Form)

Unit 1

How Different the World Is!

1. Education 5. Places to stay in

2. Way of life 6. Favourite food

3. Public transport 7. Hot spots for kids

4. Geography 8. Nightlife

A. Denmark, a small kingdom in northern Europe, has a lot of interesting places for tourists with children. For example, Legoland, a theme park, has become the largest tourist attraction in Denmark outside its capital Copenhagen. And Copenhagen itself is world famous for its Tivoli Gardens amusement park, which was opened in 1843 in the heart of the city. The park offers ballet and circus performances, restaurants, concerts, and fireworks displays.

B. Denmark is the smallest Scandinavian country, consisting of the Jutland peninsula, north of Germany, and over 400 islands of various sizes, some inhabited and linked to the mainland by ferry or bridge. Throughout the country, low hills provide a constant change of attractive views; there are also cool and shady forests of beech trees, large areas of open land covered with rough grass, a beautiful lake district, sand dunes and white cliffs on the coast.

C. More than four-fifths of all Danes live in towns. The main cities represent a combination of medieval buildings, such as castles and cathedrals, and modern office buildings and homes. Denmark’s high standard of living and wide-ranging social services guarantee that the cities have no poor districts. Most people in the cities live in flats. But in the suburbs many also live in single-family houses.

D. Denmark’s fine beaches attract many visitors, and there are hotels and pensions in all major seaside resorts. Besides, excellent inns are to be found all over the country. Some are small and only serve local travellers, but others are adapted to the tourist and have established reputations for both international dishes and local specialities. There are also private rooms to let, usually for one night, and chalets all over Denmark.

E. There is a wide selection of places to go out in the evening, particularly in Copenhagen. Jazz and dance clubs in the capital city are top quality and world-famous performers appear regularly. There are numerous cafes, beer gardens and special beer bars. Entertainment available includes opera at the recently opened opera house in Copenhagen, ballet and theatre at a number of places in the larger cities, and live music of all kinds.

F. Most Danes eat four meals a day — breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a late-evening supper. Breakfast generally consists of cereal, cheese, or eggs. Dinner, which includes fish or meat, is usually the only hot meal. A traditional Danish dinner consists of roast duckling stuffed with apples, served with red cabbage and boiled potatoes. The other Danish meals consist mostly of sandwiches.

G. Almost all adult Danes can read and write. Danish law requires children to attend nine years of school. Primary school consists of the first seven grades, and secondary school lasts from three to five years. A five-year secondary school student can enter a university. Denmark has three universities. The University of Copenhagen is the oldest and largest. It was founded in

1479 and has about 24,000 students.

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

В3____ Australia is an island continent lying southeast of
B4
____ Asia. Australia is the smallest continent and the largest island in the world. It is formed of one enormous island and one small one called B5 ______ Tasmania.

Australia is the flattest of all continents. Only five per cent of the lands is very high. Its most significant mountain chain is B6 ____ Great Dividing Range, the eastern part of which is known as B7 _____ Australian Alps. B8 ____ Mount Kosciusko is Australia’s highest point.

There are few rivers in Australia. Australia’s best-known river is B9 ____ Murray. But the longest is B10 ____ Darling.

Most of Australia’s areas are desert country. In fact, B11 ____ Great Sandy and B12 ___ Great

Victoria Deserts are the largest deserts in the world.

Four out of five Australians live in the eastern state cities. B13 ____ Sydney is the largest city on the continent.

III. Преобразуйте следующие вопросы в
косвенные.

1. Is there a post office near here?

Could you tell me B14 _____________ a post office near here?

2. How much is the postcard?

Do you know how much B15 _______________________ ?

3. Are there any weight limits for small packets?

Could you tell me B16 _______________ any weight limits for small packets?

4. Do I have to pay extra for the stamp?

Do you know B17 ____________ extra for the stamp?

5. Did you receive any letters for my name?

Could you tell me B18 ____________________ any letters for my name?

A1 _______ its geographical position Australia is called the Land Down Under. A2 _____ most

Australians live near the sea, sport is very popular, especially water sports. Australians are largely of British origin A3 ___________ they maintain close ties with the mother country.

A4 _________ many Australians live near the coast, it’s not surprising that ‘going to the beach’ is almost a way of life.

A5 ___________ its overall flatness and regular coastline, Australia is often called a ‘sprawling pancake’ (растекшийся блин). A lot of children live on cattle or sheep stations hundreds of kilometres from towns, A6 ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­________ they go to boarding schools or stay at home and take correspondence courses. One of the most interesting things about Australia’s geography is its animal life, A7 ___________ it has many animals that are unlike those found in other parts of the world. A8 ____________ Australia is located in the Southern Hemisphere, far away from Asia, Africa, and Europe; it has been called the ‘last place on earth’.

A1 1) Thanks to the fact that 2) Thanks to 3) So

A2 1) Because 2) That’s why 3) So that

A3 1) because 2) due to 3) so

A4 1) Because 2) So 3) That’s why

A5 1) So 2) Due to 3) That’s why

A6 1) because 2) due to 3) that’s why

A7 1) because 2) so 3) that’s why

A8 1) Thanks to 2) Due to the fact that 3) So that

Castle Clinton

Castle Clinton was built in the times of Napoleonic wars and great tension

between Britain and the US. New York was almost B19_______________ DEFENSE

and in a short time five new forts, Castle Clinton among them, were built.

However, it was never used as a fortress. In 1824, it became a place of public

B20 _________________ . ENTERTAIN

A newspaper described it as a ’beautiful garden’. The garden was the setting

for band concerts, fireworks and demonstrations of the latest B21 __________ SCIENCE

achievements. Many B22 ______________ people were honored at the Garden, REMARK

President Andrew Jackson was among them.

In 1896 Castle Clinton became the city Aquarium and thousands of B23 ____ VISIT

rushed to see fish that came from the waters around New York. Later exotic fish

from around the world were brought to the Aquarium and the collection grew

in number and B24 _______________ . VARY

Контрольная работа в 10 классе по итогам 1 полугодия. УМК Кузовлев В.П.

Срезовая контрольная работа по итогам 1 полугодия в 10 классе

УМК: Кузовлев В.П.

Student_______________________ Date____________

  1. Поставьте необходимый артикль.

2. Исправьте ошибки в таблицах, запишите правильные варианты :

The USA

President

Government

secretaries

Congress

House of lords

Federation Council

The UK

King/queen

Administration

ministers

Federal Assembly

Duma

Senate

Russia

Administration

Ministers

Duma

Federal Council

Senate

3. Выберите верный вариант:

  1. In the UK the … is the official head of state

  1. Prime minister

  2. monarch

  3. President

  1. … makes laws, discusses political problems and is elected by people.

  1. the House of Lords

  2. the House of Commons

  3. the Parliament

  1. The government in the UK represents … branch of power.

  1. executive

  2. legislative

  3. judicial

  1. In the USA the President … federal judges.

  1. appoints

  2. ignores

  3. dismisses

  1. The Supreme Court can declare laws ….

  1. uncomfortable

  2. unpronounceable

  3. unconstitutional

4. Составьте словосочетания и переведите их.

a bill

5. Переведите на русский язык:

1) The British Monarch is the head of state and has royal representatives in the country.

2) The parliament represents the legislative branch.

3) The Cabinet is responsible for government policies.

4) The Cabinet coordinates the work of the government departments.

5) In Russia people elect the President by voting.

Тест по английскому языку (10 класс) по теме: Тесты УМК Кузовлев 10-11 класс

UNIT I

“HOW DIFFERENT THE WORLD IS!”

TEST

I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION

You will hear the information about national parks.

For questions 1-6, write down the missing information

  1. Yellowstone was _____ American National Park.
  2. Yellowstone National Park was established in _____.
  3. Yellowstone National Park had an area of _____ acres.
  4. In the 1980s, the National Park System included about _____ different areas.
  5. _____, the Everglades, and the Sequoia National Parks are just some of the best-known national areas.
  6. The System of National Parks and National Reserves has an area of over _____ square miles.

II. READING COMPREHENSION

Read an article from the Newsweek magazine.

1. Decide which title A, B, or C is the best one for the article

 A.                

                     

                 

                 B.

C.  

2. For statements 1-5, decide which of them are TRUE and which are FALSE. Tick (√) the necessary box

TRUE

FALSE

  1. The harshest winter weather claims the lives of hundreds.
  2. They report about death among animals.
  3. Notwithstanding the severest cold snap the Thames didn’t freeze.
  4. By New Year’s Day Parisians ice-skated in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower.
  5. In London, brave bathers took the annual New Year’s Day dip.

III. USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY)

1. A tourist is traveling around the USA.

Complete the questions (1-5) he is going to ask. There is an example at the beginning (0)

0. — I want to visit the Bronx Zoo.

   Do you know where the Bronx Zoo is?

1. – I’d like to visit Central Park.

   Could you tell me, how far ___________?

2. – I want to see the Statue of Liberty.

   Could you tell me, what transport __________?

3. – I’d love to go on an excursion to Yellowstone.

   How much __________?

4. – I want to buy a souvenir.

   Could you tell me, where ___________?

5. – I’d like to have a snack.

   Where __________?

2. Below is a short article about tourism in Britain.

Form a word that fits in the blank space from the word in capitals. Fill in each gap with the new word. There is an example at the beginning (0)

  1. I think these were really (EXCITEMENT) exciting holidays.
  2. Every year more than eleven million tourists visit Britain, in fact, tourism is an (IMPORTANCE) _______ industry, employing thousands of people.
  3. Most (VISIT) _______ come in summer months when they can expect good weather.
  4. Tourists (USUAL) _______ spend a few days in London, then go on to other well-known cities.
  5. Perhaps the least visited places in England are old (INDUSTRY) _______ towns.
  6. But many people think that nineteenth-century cities show the (REAL) _______ of Britain.

IV. CULTURAL AWARENESS

What do you know about the geographical position and the life of the people in the USA, the UK, Australia and Russia?

For statements 1-5, decide which country the following information is related to. Tick (√) the country

RUSSIA

USA

UK

AUSTRALIA

  1. It’s sometimes called the Land Down Under.
  2. It’s known for the frontier experience.
  3. It’s situated in two continents.
  4. No place in it is more than 120 kilometres from the sea.
  5. Many people live in the outback there.

 

Тест по английскому языку (10 класс) по теме: Итоговая контрольная работа по английскому языку для 10 класса по УМК В.П.Кузовлева и др. 1 и 2 варианты

Final Test. Form 10. VARIANT 1

I.  ЛЕКСИКА   Translate into Russian:

  1. social standards and rules
  2. liberal lifestyle
  3. to express the identity
  4. the law permits you to work
  5. fully responsible
  6. aggressive
  7. to protest against society
  8. criminal actions
  9. to leave the school
  10. to get ears pierced

II. ГРАММАТИКА     Articles with Geographical Names. Fill in the articles if needed:

Loch Ness, Elbrus,  Jamaica, Paris, Lake Michigan, Tokyo,  Yenisei, North Sea, Altai, Netherlands.

III. СТРАНОВЕДЕНИЕ      Read the sentences and say TRUE or FALSE:

  1. The Queen Elisabeth II and her family live in Buckingham Palace.
  2. Nelson Column is on the Trafalgar Square in Washington D.C.
  3. The Legislative power in the USA is represented by Congress.
  4. The Parliament of the UK consists of three Houses.
  5. The Queen of the UK doesn’t vote on the bills.

IV. ПРАВИЛА ЧТЕНИЯ

Find the words with given sounds:

sky, skip, unit, rather, well, apple, smart, take, shine, more, use, try, burn, up, toe, stamp, zebra, eight, but, torn.

Final Test. Form 10. VARIANT 2

I.  ЛЕКСИКА   Translate into Russian:

  1. to rebel against the older generation
  2. brightly coloured
  3. to be sent to a special prison
  4. to reject
  5. without parents’ consent
  6. to classify
  7. to change the world for the best
  8. drug users
  9. behaviour
  10. to buy soft drinks

II. ГРАММАТИКА     Articles with Geographical Names. Fill in the articles if needed:

Sahara, Arctic Ocean, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Russian Federation, Black Sea, Moscow, France, Mont Blanc, lake Baikal, Great Britain.

III. СТРАНОВЕДЕНИЕ      Read the sentences and say TRUE or FALSE:

  1. The USA today is not a Monarchy.
  2. Trafalgar Square and Westminster Abbey are also the most famous sights of London.
  3. The President of the Russian Federation can dissolve the Duma.
  4. The capital of Australia is Ottawa.
  5. The President of Russia is elected by the Federal Assembly.

IV. ПРАВИЛА ЧТЕНИЯ

Find the words with given sounds:

Game, close, duck, drive, corn, bubble, age, brave, puzzle, ride, lamp, store, ugly, we, then, than, thank, fly, rain, weather.

Тест по английскому языку (10 класс) на тему: Контрольная работа для 10 класса по учебнику Кузовлева

Контрольная работа для учащихся 10-х классов включает разделы «Аудирование», « Чтение», «Грамматика и лексика», и «Письмо».

 

Раздел 1. Аудирование.

    I.        (Базовый уровень)

Say if the sentence is true or false:

Canada is situated in the south of the North American continent.

Alaska is included in the territory of Canada.

Canada is the second largest country in the world.

It is bordered by two oceans: the Atlantic and the Arctic.

The population of Canada is over thirty million people.

The capital of the country is Ottawa.

There are two official languages in Canada.

The original peoples of Canada are Indians.

The most part of the country is a vast plain.

The Great Lakes don’t belong to Canada.

Winters are usually cold and long in Canada.

Summer is warm and lasts from four to five months.

Раздел 2. Чтение. (Базовый уровень)

II. Прочитайте вопросы 1-4 и тексты, обозначенные буквами A-E. Установите, в каких текстах можно найти ответ на эти вопросы. Ответ на каждый вопрос можно найти только в одном тексте. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу, приведенную ниже, где под номером вопроса впишите соответствующую букву. В задании один текст лишний.

Where can tourists….

1. learn more about extreme sports? 2. see a country which is as large as America? 3. enjoy the most splendid view of the Niagara Falls?  4. have lunch at a sand dune?

A.

Canada has an area of nearly ten million square kilometers. It is a country of lakes. Since the building of the St. Lawrence Seaway the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River form a great water way from the Atlantic to the heart of the country. The Niagara Falls on the Niagara River between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario are one of the most splendid sights in the world.

B.

New Zealand is famous for its geysers, thermal springs, its national past time rugby and extreme sports. It is a mountainous country. Most of North Island and the south-west of South island have good forests of evergreen trees and large areas are rich grasslands. Tourists are offered such extreme amusements as tramping through virgin forest, rafting on rushing mountain rivers, jumping from helicopters and bridges into precipices and water.

C.

Australia is massive and very sparsely peopled: in size in rivals the USA, yet it’s population is just over eighteen million. This is an ancient land, and often looks it. In contrast, its cities – most of which were founded as recently as the mid nineteenth century – express a youthful energy.

D.

Indian people are very friendly and hospitable. I continued to travel in India at a snail’s pace. The longer we were out in the desert, the more beautiful it grew, so peaceful and romantic as the land shifted from scrub bush to sand dunes to rocky hills and back to sand dunes. Each day we could stop at a new sand dune for lunch.

E.

Dubai (a land of sunrise) was once a part of a large desert. But now it is a green island of everlasting summer, a centre of world entertainment, and a civilized city in the United Arab Emirates. There are wonderful buildings of glass, skyscrapers, peaceful fountains in the middle of flower gardens, and meadows with colorful plants.

                       

Чтение. Повышенный уровень.

Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски 1 – 6 частями предложений A – G. Одна из частей в списке А – G – лишняя. Перенесите ответы в таблицу.

Do you speak English?

When I arrived in England I thought I knew English. After I’d been here an hour I realized that I did not understand one word. In the first week I picked up a tolerable working knowledge of the language and the next seven years convinced me gradually but thoroughly that I 1 _______________________, let alone perfectly. This is sad. My only consolation being that nobody speaks English perfectly.

Remember that those five hundred words an average Englishman uses are 2 _______________________. You may learn another five hundred and another five thousand and yet another fifty thousand and still you may come across a further fifty thousand 3 _______________________.

If you live here long enough you will find out to your greatest amazement that the adjective nice is not the only adjective the language possesses, in spite of the fact that 4 _______________________. You can say that the weather is nice, a restaurant is nice, Mr. Soandso is nice, Mrs. Soandso’s clothes are nice, you had a nice time, 5 _______________________.

Then you have to decide on your accent. The easiest way to give the impression of having a good accent or no foreign accent at all is to hold an unlit pipe in your mouth, to mutter between your teeth and finish all your sentences with the question: “isn’t it?” People will not understand much, but they are accustomed to that and they will get a 6 _______________________.

A. whatever it costs

B. most excellent impression

C. you have never heard of before, and nobody else either

D. in the first three years you do not need to learn or use any other adjectives

E. would never know it really well

F. far from being the whole vocabulary of the language

G. and all this will be correct

Раздел 3. Грамматика и лексика.(Базовый уровень)

Прочитайте приведенный ниже текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами после номеров 1 – 7 так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы 1 – 7.

Everybody knows that Christopher Columbus discovered America. However, America 1________________ after Amerigo Vespucci who explored the eastern coast of South America.

 

NAME

Was he really the first to reach the continent? The great Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdal 2________________ it wasn’t true.

 

THINK

He believed that ancient people were able to build boats that 3________________ cross oceans.

 

CAN

To test his ideas, Heyerdal decided to build a copy of the reed boats, which 4________________ in ancient Egyptian paintings and sail across the Atlantic.

 

PICTURE

On May 25, 1969 the boat called Ra left a port in Morocco and headed across the 5________________ part of the Atlantic.

 

WIDE

Before reaching Barbados, Ra 6________________ but all the members of the expedition survived and wanted to try again.

BREAK

So, on May 17, 1970 Ra II successfully crossed the Atlantic, 7________________ that ancient civilizations had enough skill to reach America long before Columbus.

 

PROVE

Контрольные работы по английскому 10-11 классы Кузовлев, Лапа

“WESTERN DEMOCRACIES. ARE THEY DEMOCRATIC?” UNIT II TEST I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION You will hear the information about the political system of New Zealand. For statements 1-10, decide which of them are TRUE and which are FALSE and tick (√) one of the boxes TRUE FALSE 1. The Parliament represents the legislative branch. 2. The governor-general is part of the legislative branch. 3. New Zealand is a colony of Great Britain. 4. The Parliament has two houses. 5. The British monarch is the head of state in New Zealand. 6. The Prime Ministers appoints ministers. 7. The Constitution Act was adopted in 1986. 8. The Prime Minister is appointed by the Parliament. 9. The Executive Council and the Cabinet represent the executive 10. The Monarch’s representative is the governor-general. branch. II. READING COMPREHENSION Read the text about the political system of Australia. Australia is an independent country within the Commonwealth. Formally the British monarch is the head of state and has royal representatives in the country and in each of the six states. According to the Australian Constitution, that was adopted on January 1, 1901, the legislative branch is represented by the Federal Parliament. The parliament is made up of two houses: the Senate with 76 senators and the House of Representatives with 148 members. The lawmakers are elected by the people. Voting is compulsory (обязательно). Australian citizens can vote by mail. Those who abstain from (воздерживаются от) voting are fined (штрафуются). Australians are proud of the fact that secret ballot (тайное голосование) was first introduced in Australia. The party or a coalition of parties with the majority of seats in the House of Representatives forms the Cabinet and its leader becomes Prime Minister. So, the executive branch in Australia includes the Prime Minister and the Cabinet. Like in Great Britain they come from the Federal Parliament and are responsible to it for government decisions. The main political parties are the Liberal Party and the National Party. Normally they act in coalition. Australian Labour Party and the Australian Democrats also play a great role in politics. There is a question whether Australia should become a republic with an Australian head of state. The debate on the problem started several years ago. Everybody in Australia understands that a change to a republic needs the assent of the Australian people at a referendum. In February 1998, Australia began the process of severing (разъединения) its constitutional link to the Queen. The For statements 1-5, decide which answer is correct. 1. A. Australia is a monarchy and a parliamentary democracy. B. Australia is a constitutional monarchy. C. Australia is a parliamentary democracy. 2. A. The Prime Minister and the Cabinet are elected directly. B. The Prime Minister and the Cabinet are appointed by the Queen. C. The Prime Minister and the Cabinet come from the Federal Parliament. 3. A. The Federal Parliament includes the House of Commons and the House of Lords. B. The Federal Parliament includes the House of Representatives and the House of Lords. C. The Federal Parliament includes the Senate and the House of Representatives. 4. A. The representatives of the executive branch are responsible to the Federal Parliament. B. The representatives of the executive branch are responsible to the Queen. C. The representatives of the executive branch are responsible to people. 5. A. Now Australia has already changed to a republic. B. Now Australia is in the process of becoming closer to the British Crown. C. Now Australia is in the process of changing to a republic. III. USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY) For sentences 1-10, read the text below and decide which variant A, B or C fits best each space DOUBTS ABOUT DEMOCRACY Life has become better since (1) _____ end of the cold war. Now a majority of people (2) _____ under democratic systems – 54,8% of them, to be exact. So, the idea of (3) _____ is a global reality. But there is just one problem. The democracy we (4) _____ around the world often has an ugly face. Suppose the elections (5) _____ free and fair. But it brought to power racists, fascists or separatists, who publicly (6) _____ peace and integration. It does happen: (7) _____ elected leaders ignore constitutional limits on their power and the basic rights of the people. The Western democracy (8) _____ liberal democracy – not only free and fair elections but also the respect of the basic rights. Now we see the rise of the illiberal democracy – a lot of elections but few (9) _____ rights like the rule of law, free speech or private property. People in the countries without a tradition of ethnic harmony often (10) _____ along racial, religious or ethnic lines. Abridged and simplified from the NEWSWEEK 1. A. – B. an 2. A. lives B. live 3. A. fascism B. democracy 4. A. see B. will see 5. A. will be B. were 6. A. oppose to B. oppose 7. A. democratic B. democracy 8. A. has always meant B. has always mean 9. A. individuality B. individually C. 10. A. are voting B. voted individual C. the C. will live C. separatism C. should see C. was C. oppose against C. democratically C. always meant C. vote IV. CULTURAL AWARENESS What do you know about the Russian, British and US political systems? For statements 1-12, decide which answer is correct 1. In Russia a) the President is the head of state. b) the Prime Minister c) the Chairman of the Government 2. In Great Britain a) the Monarch is the head of state. b) the President c) the Prime Minister 3. In the USA a) the Vice President is the head of state. b) the President c) the Prime Minister 4. In Russia a) the Chairman of the Government is the head of Government. b) the President c) the Prime Minister 5. In Great Britain a) the President is the head of Government. b) the Monarch c) the Prime Minister 6. In the USA a) the President is the head of Government. b) the Vice President c) the President 7. In Russia a) the Supreme Court represents the legislative branch. b) the Federal assembly c) the Federal Government 8. In Great Britain a) the House of Commons represents the legislative branch. b) Parliament c) the Cabinet 9. In the USA a) the Senate represents the legislative branch. b) the Administration c) Congress 10. In Russia a) the Federal Government represent(s) the executive branch. b) the Constitutional Court c) the Federal Assembly 11. In Great Britain a) the House of Lords represent(s) the executive branch. b) the Prime Minister with cabinet and non- cabinet ministers c) the House of Commons 12. In the USA a) the President and his Administration represent(s) the executive branch. b) Congress c) the Senate V. WRITING (HOME TASK) VI. SPEAKING

Контрольная работа про английскому языку в 10–11-х классах по проверке пройденного лексического и грамматического материала к разделу 1 учебника В.П.Кузовлева

Цель: контроль усвоенной лексики по теме и проверка усвоения грамматического материала причинно-следственные связи в сложном предложении.

I. Выберите правильный вариант.

TEST

1. The Australian continent is washed in the north by ….

a) the Arafura Sea b) the Irish Sea c) the North Sea

2. The land varies from high mountains to deep canyons in ….

a) Australia b) the USA c) the UK

3. The USA stretches from … in the north to … in the south.

a) Canada … Mexico b) Mexico … Canada c) Brazil … Cuba

4. … is the highest mountain in England and Wales.

a) Snowdon b) Elbrus c) Everest

5. No place in … is more than 75 miles from the sea.

a) Great Britain b) the USA c) Australia

6. The centre of the Australian continent is taken by ….

a) the mountain ranges b) the deserts c) the plains

7. The chief rivers of Great Britain are …, ….

a) the Avon, the Thames b) the Missouri, the Yukon c) the Murray, the Darling

8. … is located to the south of Asia, between the Pacific and Indian oceans.

a) The USA b) Great Britain c) Australia

9. The southern parts of … have warm temperatures year round, but the northern parts have very cold winters.

a) Australia b) the UK c) the USA

10. … is typical of the UK.

a) steady rainfall b) severe drought c) cold winter

II. Прочитайте вопросы 1-4 и тексты, обозначенные буквами A-E. Установите, в каких текстах можно найти ответ на эти вопросы. Ответ на каждый вопрос можно найти только в одном тексте. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу, приведенную ниже, где под номером вопроса впишите соответствующую букву. В задании один текст лишний.

Where can tourists….

1. learn more about extreme sports?
2. see a country which is as large as America?
3. enjoy the most splendid view of the Niagara Falls?
4. have lunch at a sand dune?

A.

Canada has an area of nearly ten million square kilometers. It is a country of lakes. Since the building of the St. Lawrence Seaway the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River form a great water way from the Atlantic to the heart of the country. The Niagara Falls on the Niagara River between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario are one of the most splendid sights in the world.

B.

New Zealand is famous for its geysers, thermal springs, its national past time rugby and extreme sports. It is a mountainous country. Most of North Island and the south-west of South island have good forests of evergreen trees and large areas are rich grasslands. Tourists are offered such extreme amusements as tramping through virgin forest, rafting on rushing mountain rivers, jumping from helicopters and bridges into precipices and water.

C.

Australia is massive and very sparsely peopled: in size in rivals the USA, yet it’s population is just over eighteen million. This is an ancient land, and often looks it. In contrast, its cities – most of which were founded as recently as the mid nineteenth century – express a youthful energy.

D.

Indian people are very friendly and hospitable. I continued to travel in India at a snail’s pace. The longer we were out in the desert, the more beautiful it grew, so peaceful and romantic as the land shifted from scrub bush to sand dunes to rocky hills and back to sand dunes. Each day we could stop at a new sand dune for lunch.

E.

Dubai (a land of sunrise) was once a part of a large desert. But now it is a green island of everlasting summer, a centre of world entertainment, and a civilized city in the United Arab Emirates. There are wonderful buildings of glass, skyscrapers, peaceful fountains in the middle of flower gardens, and meadows with colorful plants.

III. Переведите предложения с русского языка на английский, используя союзы причинно-следственной связи.

1. Австралия расположена в южном полушарии (hemisphere). Вот почему в Австралии лето, когда у нас зима.

2. Так как большая часть земли в Австралии — это бесполезная пустыня, люди страдают из-за нехватки свежей воды.

3. Вследствие того, что ландшафт варьируется от густых лесов до обширных пустынь, от высоких гор до плоских равнин, США – это земля физических контрастов.

4. Британцы любят заниматься садоводством, потому что погода в Великобритании мягкая.

5. Великобритания – это островное государство, вот почему Британия имеет более трехсот портов.


Keys:

I. 1 a; 2 b; 3 a; 4 a; 5 a; 6 a; 7 c; 8 c; 9 c; 10 a.

II.

III.

1. Australia is located in the southern hemisphere (полушарие). That is why it has summer when we have winter.

2. Because much of the land is a useless desert in Australia, the people suffer from limited fresh water.

3. The fact that the land varies from heavy forests to extensive deserts, from high mountains to flat plains, the USA is a land of physical contrasts.

4. British people like gardening because the weather in Great Britain is mild.

5. Great Britain is an island state, that’s why Britain has more than 300 ports.

Top 10 Советы по сдаче тестов для студентов

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Этот ресурс поможет студентам выступить на своих лучших уровнях во время тестирования. Включает в себя такие стратегии, как позитивный настрой, управление своим временем, просмотр ответов и множество других полезных советов.

Десять советов по сдаче тестов для студентов

Вот лучшие десять советов для успеха!

1. Положительный настрой
Подойдите к большому тесту, приближаясь к гигантской мозаике.Это может быть сложно, но вы можете сделать это! Позитивное отношение имеет большое значение для успеха.

2. Сделайте Plan
На неделю до теста спросите своего учителя, что тест будет охватывать. Это только из учебника? Классные заметки? Можете ли вы использовать свой калькулятор? Если вы отсутствовали, поговорите с друзьями о материале, который вы, возможно, пропустили. Составьте список наиболее важных тем для обсуждения и используйте его в качестве руководства при обучении. Круг предметов, которые вы знаете, потребует дополнительного времени.Обязательно планируйте дополнительное время для изучения самых сложных тем.

3. Ночь перед

Cramming не работает. Если вы следовали учебному плану, вечером перед тестом вы должны сделать быстрый обзор и рано ложиться спать. Помните, ваш мозг и тело нуждаются во сне, чтобы нормально функционировать, поэтому не ложитесь спать поздно!

4. Утро теста
Знаете ли вы, что вы думаете лучше, когда у вас полный желудок? Так что не пропускайте завтрак утром теста.Вы можете вернуться к нему позже. Что делать, если вы понятия не имеете об ответе? Просмотрите свои варианты и сделайте наилучшее предположение, которое только можете, но только если вы не потеряете очки за неправильные ответы.

8. Вопросы с несколькими вариантами ответов
Процесс исключения может помочь вам выбрать правильный ответ в вопросе с несколькими вариантами ответов. Начните с вычеркивания ответов, которые не могут быть правильными. Затем уделите внимание возможному правильному выбору, прежде чем выбрать ответ.

9. Neatness Counts
Если ваши четверки выглядят как девятки, это может быть проблемой. Убедитесь, что ваше письмо разборчиво и вы удалили свои ошибки. Для тестов с машинным зазором заполняйте пробелы аккуратно.

10. Я готов!
Не так быстро — когда вы закончите последний пункт теста, помните, что вы еще не закончили. Сначала проверьте часы и вернитесь, чтобы просмотреть свои ответы, убедившись, что вы не допустили небрежных ошибок (например, поставили правильный ответ в неправильном месте или пропустили вопрос).

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