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Задания на аудирование по английскому 4 класс – Аудирование для 3-4 класса. Addam family

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Тесты для аудирования по английскому языку (2-4 класс)

Class 2

Text 1

My name is Lulu.

I can sing and I can dance.

I can jump like a frog too!

Ex. 1 True or false.

1 Lulu can dance. ___

2 She can swim. ___

3 She can jump. ___

Text 2

It`s sunny today. Maya is wearing a yellow hat and red shorts.

It`s windy too. Tom is wearing a white T-shirt and blue shorts.

Children love summer holidays.

Ex. 1 True / false.

  1. It`s cold today. __

  2. Maya is wearing a skirt. __

  3. Her shorts are red. __

  4. It`s windy too. __

  5. Tom is wearing a black T-shirt. __

Text 3

Children love summer. It`s sunny and hot today. Lulu is wearing a green hat.

Larry is wearing red shorts. In the afternoon it is rainy.

Chuckles can`t play. Chuckles has got a yellow umbrella.

Ex. 1 True / false.

  1. It`s raining. Chuckles can play. ___

  2. His umbrella is black. ___

  3. Lulu has got a green hat. ___

  4. Larry`s shorts are red. ___

Class 3

Text 1

Hello! My name is Tina. I`m happy today. It`s my birthday. I`m nine. It`s a party. I and my friends are in the garden. We eat pizza and drink lemonade. My favourite food is chocolate and bananas. Yummy!

Choose.

  1. The girl`s name is A Lulu. B Tina.

  1. She is A happy. B sad.

  1. She is A six. B nine.

4 Children are A in the house. B in the garden.

5 Children eat A pizza. B chips.

6 Tina likes A chocolate and chips.

B chocolate and bananas.

Text 2

Bill`s favourite day is Friday. He goes to the sports club and he plays tennis.

He loves Saturdays, too. He can watch his favourite cartoons on TV. He is happy.

His sister Ann likes Tuesdays. She has music lessons after school. She loves music.

Bill and Ann visit their grandpa and grandma on Sundays. They have a great time together.

They have a lot of fun.

Task 1.True or false.

1 Bill`s favourite day is Monday. __

2 He goes to the sports club. __

3 Bill doesn`t like Saturdays. __

4 He likes to watch cartoons on TV. __

5 Ann has music lessons on Tuesdays. __

6 Bill plays golf. __

7 Bill and Ann visit their grandparents on Fridays. __

8 They have a great time together. _

Text 3

Dear Pen Friend,

My name is Mike. I am 9 years old. I am a boy. My birthday is on the 18th of March. My favourite sport is football. My school is nice. Is your school nice? My family is big. I live with my sisters Carol and Linda.

Please write me back.

Your Pen Friend

Mike Brown

Dear Pen Friend,

My name is _________ . I am__________. I am _______. My birthday is on the _______ March. My favourite sport is _________. My school is __________ . Is your _________ nice? My family is _________ . I live with my __________ Carol and Linda.

Please write me back.

Your Pen Friend

_______ Brown

Dear Pen Friend,

My name is _____ . I am eight / nine years old. I am a boy. My birthday is on the 18th of March / May. My favourite sport is basketball / football

. My school is nice / high. Is your school / house nice? My family is small / big. I live with my brothers / sisters Carol and Linda.

Please write me back.

Your Pen Friend

Mike Brown

Class 4

Text 1

1 variant

Hi. My name is Alice. I am nine years old. I am from Oxford. My family is not big.

I have got a grandmother, a brother, a mother and a father. My father’s name is Tom.

He is a driver. My mother’s name is Jane. She is a teacher. My brother is little.

His name is Nick. He has got a dog. They are good. I love my family.

Text 2

  1. I like sports games. But my favourite game is football. I like playing football.

It makes my body stronger. My favourite team is Spartak.

  1. I like my family and my house. I cook, clean the house and go shopping.

My children help me about the house. They are happy and healthy.

  1. I like music. I like singing and playing songs on my guitar. I can also play the piano.

I take part in different concerts and competitions.

  1. I work with children. I love my job and my pupils. I teach English.

It is very interesting. My pupils love my lessons.

1 Listen to the text. Are these statements true (T) or false (F)?

1 Alice is nine years old. __

2 Alice is from London. __

3 Alice has got a grandmother. __

4 Tom is Alice’s father. __

5 Her mother is a doctor. __

6 Alice’s brother has got a cat. __

2 Listen to these texts. What is his or her job?

Complete.

1. a football player

2. a teacher

3. a housewife

4. a musician

D

Job

Text 1

2 variant

Hi! My name is Pam. I am nine years old. I am from Cambridge. My family is not big. I have got a grandmother, a brother, a mother and a father. My granny is a nurse. She helps sick people. My father’s name is Bill. He is a mechanic. My mother’s name is Jill. She is a teacher. My sister is little. She is 4 years old. She has got a kitten.

They are good. I love my family.

Text 2

  1. I work at a post office. I get up early in the morning. I often ride a bike. I take letters and parcels to people.

  1. I like my job. I work in a cafe. I wear a uniform. I have to do a lot of things.

I serve food and drinks.

C. I work with children. I love my job and my pupils. I teach Maths.

It is very interesting. My pupils love my lessons.

D I work at a hospital. I wear a white uniform.

I help sick people. I think my job is great.

1 Listen to the text. Are these statements true (T) or false (F)?

1 Pam is nine years old. __

2 Pam is from London. __

3 Pam has got a grandmother. __

4 Bill is Pam’s father. __

5 Her mother is a doctor. __

6 Pam’s sister has got a dog. __

2 Listen to these texts. What is his or her job?

Complete.

1. a waiter

2. a nurse

3. a teacher

4. a postman

D

Job

Text 3

My name is John.

This is my best friend Tom. He`s nine years old. He is short and plump.

He has got dark hair and green eyes. He is kind and very funny.

He likes playing the violin in his free time. In summer he likes swimming.

He can swim really well. Tom is a good friend. We have fun in free time.

Ex. 1 True or false.

  1. John`s best friend is Tom. __

2. He is ten years old. __

3. He is tall and plump. __

4. He is funny and kind. __

5. He likes reading in his free time. __ 6. He can swim well. __

Text 4

Text 1 - Laura! Are you hungry? - No, I'm not. I always have a very delicious breakfast with my family. - Really! And what do you like for breakfast? - I usually have a plate of fruit salad with mangoes, pineapples, oranges, bananas and honey. - Great! It sounds tasty!

Text 2 - Mum! Can you help me? I can't find my watch. - Sure! I think it's on the table in your room. - No, mum! Yesterday I left them in the living room. -Oh! Look, Jack! Your watch is behind the armchair. - Thank you, mum!

Text 3

- Hi, Steve? What are you going to do on holiday? - Oh! Hello, Jane! I'm going to spend summer in Italy. - Well, have a great summer! - Thank you!

Ex.1 Listen and choose the correct answer.

I. 1. What does Laura like for breakfast? A porridge and coffee B fruit salad with honey C a bar of chocolate and juice 2 Who does she have breakfast with? A her family B her aunt

II. 3. This dialogue is between __ A a son and his mother B a son and his granny 4. Where is Jack's watch? A on the table B under the bed C behind the armchair

III. 5. This dialogue is between __ A two boys B a boy and a girl 6. What is going to do on holiday? __ A He's going to spend summer in Italy. B He's going to travel to Portugal with his friends. C He's going to go to the seaside.

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Дополнительные задания по аудированию к учебнику английского языка для 4-го класса

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Listening Task No 3 “Pets” 4th forms

Underline the correct answer – True or False

Part 1

1. People don’t keep animals as pets True False
2. People look after them, teach them different tricks, buy them tasty food True False
3. The most favourite pets are kittens and cats, puppies and dogs True False
4. No people keep parrots and other birds at home True
False
5. People never have more than one pet True False

Part 2

6. Sometimes wild animals can become pets too True False
7. People never find little animals in the forests, fields, mountains True False
8. It is very easy to take care of little cubs, everybody knows how to do it True False
9. Wild animals stay with people in their homes when they grow up True False
10. Sometimes people give them to the zoos or they can become actors in the circus True False

Listening Task No 4 “Christmas” 4th forms

Listen and write the missing words in the gaps:

On the (1) of December we got up early. It was still (2) . I ran to my mother and looked under the Christmas (3) . Santa Claus with his bag was not there but his presents (4) . They were under the Christmas tree in coloured (5) . I opened my present – a beautiful doll with large blue (6) . She wore a white dress. I also got a (7) .

Late in the afternoon we had a traditional (8) of turkey with vegetables and salads. We also had biscuits and fruit. During the day we watched Christmas (9) and played with our new (10) .

Listening Task 21 “Better Late Than Never” 4th forms

Listen and circle the letter with the correct answer:

1. One morning Finy Fox and Shiny Fox, the two little brothers were

A. walking from school
B. walking home
C. walking to school

2. They walked slowly for 10 minutes then Shiny said:

A. Be quick, we are late
B. Let’s go home
C. I am tired

3. Finy said:

A. I want to go to school
B. I don’t want to go to school
C. Let’s go home

4. So the foxes ran to the river and

A. had a very good time there
B. thought about school all the time
C. did their homework

5. Wednesday was their

A. longest day at school
B. shortest day at school
C. favourite day at school

6. The foxes

A. wanted to study and to learn new things
B. didn’t want to work at school

Listening Task 25   “Pete’s House”  4th forms

a) Listen to the text about Pete’s house and answer the questions. (See the book)

b) Write what you remember about Pete’s house.

Listening Task 35  “A Strange Burglar in Big Mountains”  4th forms

Underline the correct answer – True or False

1. The Jackson family wanted to spend Thanksgiving at home True False
2. They went to Big Mountains by car True False
3. The brothers were sleeping all the way True False
4. There was a small apple garden in front of the house True False
5. There was a large sitting room and a kitchen downstairs True False
6. The orange curtains made the room comfortable True False
7. The kitchen was large and nice, but here was no fridge in it True False
8. There was a table and four chairs in the kitchen too True False
9. The boys began to put the food in the fridge True False
10. Everyone helped to bring different things from the car True False

Listening Task 48 “Don’s Letter to his Friend” 4th forms

Listen and write the missing words in the gaps:

Many people (1) letters to friends in other countries. They often write about their families and (2) or about the places they live in.

Here is Don’s (3) to his friend.

My name is Donald but my (4) call me Don. We live in Scotland, in a small house (5) from the town center. Our town is small, but there is a theatre in it, in the main square.

The streets in my town are not very (6) , but they are very beautiful, with a lot of flowers and (7) . Our house is in the old part of the town. You can see an old square tower in that part. It was built many centuries (8) and nobody knows the name of the (9) . The tower is very high and there is a large bell in it. You can hear it ring twice a day. The tower has become our town (10) . If you visit this place, turn to the left and the road will lead you to a beautiful small (11) . When you cross the bridge you will be in the (12) part of the town.

The streets are wide in this part. There are also many cinemas and (13) , as well as some monuments. I have already (14) to many places of interest in our town and can show them all to you. If you have never seen Scotland come and stay with us. Maybe you’ll find our life here quite (15) from your life in the city, but I am sure you’ll like our little town.

Listening Task 60 “Robbie’s Grandfather” 4th forms

Listen and circle the letter with the correct answer:

Robbie’s grandfather lives in the … of England.

A. South
B. Southeast
C. North

He is a …

A. driver
B. doctor
C. teacher

He always speaks in a … voice and the pupils enjoy his lessons.

A. friendly
B. kind
C. angry

Every morning, 5 days a week, he gets the … to school.

A. bus
B. train
C. taxi

He gets off the bus at …

A. half past nine
B. half past eight
C. eight

He likes to do many things, but he likes … most of all.

A. traveling
B. reading
C. gardening

He goes to other cities perhaps once or twice a ….

A. week
B. year
C. month

He often takes … on board the ship.

A. a shower
B. pictures
C. much money

Last month he traveled to ….

A. Ireland
B. England
C. Scotland

He nearly missed his train because he …

A. arrived late at the station
B. had too much luggage
C. lost his ticket

On the train somebody stole his favourite …

A. gold watch
B. silver box
C. silver watch

He had to go on foot to the hotel because…

A. he had no money
B. there was no bus or taxi to take him to the hotel
C. he does not like taxis and buses

When he arrived at the hotel his luggage …

A. was not in his room
B. was in his room
C. was downstairs in the hall

When he found his luggage it was …

A. already light
B. early morning
C. midnight

In the morning life seemed brighter to him because …

A. he is always happy in the morning
B. the sun began to shine
C. he decided to go home

Listening Task 72 “TV Interview” 4th forms

Listen and write the missing words in the gaps:

Frank Davis, a famous (1) writer, is going to tell us some interesting facts about his (2) .

When he was a (3) boy, he had many hobbies. First he was a great (4) of different things: stamps, coins, badges and small (5) , pictures, pencils and what not. Whatever he collected, he tried to get as many as he could. He also tired to have (6) collections and was very proud of them.

At the age of (7) he became fond of sports. He spent a lot of time outdoors. In summer he swam a lot and became a school champion. In the (8) form he became a theatre-goer and spent all his free time in the (9) . Sometimes he also went to the cinema.

When he was finishing school his (10) bought him a computer so he forgot everything. Working with computers became his hobby.

But soon he became (11) of it too and decided to change it. He tried a lot of other things, but he was not (12) at them. Soon he realized that he would never be a (13) on the stage.

One day he had an idea to write a (14) about his dog. He started writing stories about birds and animals, and he has already written (15) books for children.

Listening Task 85 “Americans Out For The Evening” 4th forms

Listen and underline the correct word:

If Americans want to go for the evening, where do they go and what do they see? It is easy to have a good time if you are in New York, as there are (1) many/ no theatres there. But you don’t have to be in New York to see an interesting show. (2) No/Many theatres travel from town to town and in many of the theatres you can (3) sit/stand at table, eat dinner and watch the show as there are (4) “supper/dinner theatres”.

It is (5) cheaper/more expensive to go to the cinema. Even in (6) big/small towns in America you can go and see the latest film.

If you (7) want/don’t want to see a play or a movie, you can always go and (8) read a book/ listen to music. Americans have given many forms of (9) music/theatre to the world: jazz, blues and (10) folk /rock. They all come from the music that (11) black/white people have brought with them from (12) Europe/Africa. You can also hear (13) country/town music in America.

Some people spend an evening (14) singing/dancing as this is also very popular with (15) Americans/ Africans.

Americans love (16) sports/books of all kinds. Many people play (17) sports/the piano and many go to see games or watch them on TV. In stadiums people usually (18) shout/sing loudly for their favourite (19) film stars/ sportsmen. One of the most popular sports is (20) football/hockey.

Listening Task 90 “What Does An Average American Do?” 4th forms

Listen and circle the letter with the correct answer:

1. How many hamburgers a week does an average American eat?

A. Three
B. Three and a half
C. Only one

2. When does an average American go to bed?

A. After 12 o’clock
B. Before 12 o’clock
C. At 12 o’clock

3. How long does an average American watch TV every day?

A. Two hours
B. Six hours
C. Four hours

4. The average American takes a shower every day, doesn’t he?

A. Yes, he does
B. No, not every day
C. Only once a week

5. How often does he go to the dentist?

A. Twice a month
B. Once a year
C. Twice a week

6. How often does he go to the cinema?

A. Once a week
B. Once a year
C. Once a month

Listening Task 95 “The Main Street of Moscow” 4th forms

Listen and circle the letter with the correct answer. In points 5 and 9 write the missing words:

1. The main street of Moscow is

A. Tverskaya
B. Yamskaya
C. Nikolskaya

2. Hundreds of years ago there was a road to

A. Yaroslavl
B. Tver
C. Pskov

3. In some places this street is

A. 50
B. 40
C. 60
metres wide.

4. If we walk
A. up
B. down
C. across
the street, you will see the building of the Central Telegraph, and on the opposite side there is a monument to (5)

6. In Pushkin Square we can see the famous monument to

A. Pushkin
B. Lermontov
C. Lenin

7. Near the monument there is a beautiful

A. mountain
B. fountain
C. McDonald’s

8. The monument appeared in Moscow in (9) .

10. The old red building on the opposite side further

A. up
B. down
C. above
Tverskaya, used to be the English Club.

Listening Task 100 “Some Russian Holidays” 4th forms

Listen and fill in the missing words:

Russian people have many (1) holidays which they celebrate in all (2) . The first winter holiday is the (3) , which people begin to celebrate on the (4) of December. Father usually brings a fir tree and children (5) it with toys, flags, sweets and nuts. All the members of the family get together. Sometimes they (6) TV, sing songs or

(7) . Children often sit (8) and find their (9) under the fir trees.

The 23d of (10) is a special day for those who defend their (11) and its independence.

On the 8th of March all (12) look wonderful, they get a lot f flowers, sweets and other (13) .

Maslenitsa shows that (14) is coming though (15) is strong yet. In old Russia it was one of the most (16) holidays of the year. People ate pancakes, had snow (17) , sang and danced a lot and often had horse (18) in sledges.

At Easter Russians cook a special Easter (19) , paint (20) red, green, yellow or blue. There is a special ceremony in (21) that day.

In (22) we celebrate two holidays: the first of May and (23) Day. People come together and bring fresh (24) to the monuments. In Moscow the veterans often meet near the (25) Theater.

Answers:

Task 3 “Pets”

1. False 2. True 3. True 4. False 5. False
6. True 7. False 8. False 9. False 10. True

Task 4 “Christmas”

Listen and write the missing words in the gaps:

On the (1) 25thof December we got up early. It was still (2) dark . I ran to my mother and looked under the Christmas (3) tree . Santa Claus with his bag was not there but his presents (4) were . They were under the Christmas tree in coloured (5) boxes . I opened my present – a beautiful doll with large blue (6) eyes . She wore a white dress. I also got a (7) book .

Late in the afternoon we had a traditional (8) dinner of turkey with vegetables and salads. We also had biscuits and fruit. During the day we watched Christmas (9) TV and played with our new (10) toys .

Task 21 “Better Late Than Never”

1. C. walking to school
2. A. Be quick, we are late
3. B. I don’t want to go to school

4. A. had a very good time there
5. A. longest day at school l6.
B. didn’t want to work at school

Task 35 “A Strange Burglar in Big Mountains”

1. False 2. True 3. False 4. False 5. True
6. True 7. False 8. True 9. False 10. True

Task 48 “Don’s Letter to his Friend”

Many people (1) write letters to friends in other countries. They often write about their families and (2) homes or about the places they live in.

Here is Don’s (3) letter to his friend.

My name is Donald but my (4) friends call me Don. We live in Scotland, in a small house (5) far from the town center. Our town is small, but there is a theatre in it, in the main square.

The streets in my town are not very (6) wide , but they are very beautiful, with a lot of flowers and (7) trees . Our house is in the old part of the town. You can see an old square tower in that part. It was built many centuries (8) ago and nobody knows the name of the (9) architect . The tower is very high and there is a large bell in it. You can hear it ring twice a day. The tower has become our town (10) museum . If you visit this place, turn to the left and the road will lead you to a beautiful small (11) church . When you cross the bridge you will be in the (12) new part of the town.

The streets are wide in this part. There are also many cinemas and (13) shops , as well as some monuments. I have already (14) been to many places of interest in our town and can show them all to you. If you have never seen Scotland come and stay with us. Maybe you’ll find our life here quite (15) different from your life in the city, but I am sure you’ll like our little town.

Task 60 “Robbie’s Grandfather”

1. C. North 9. C. Scotland
2. C. teacher 10. A. arrived late at the station
3. A. friendly 11. B. silver box
4. A. bus 12. B. there was no bus or taxi to take him to the hotel
5. B. half past eight 13. A. was not in his room
6. A. traveling 14. C. midnight
7. C. month 15. B. the sun began to shine
8. B. pictures  

Task 72 “TV Interview”

Frank Davis, a famous (1) children’s writer, is going to tell us some interesting facts about his (2) hobbies .

When he was a (3) little boy, he had many hobbies. First he was a great (4) collector of different things: stamps, coins, badges and small (5) books , pictures, pencils and what not. Whatever he collected, he tried to get as many as he could. He also tired to have (6) thematic collections and was very proud of them.

At the age of (7) twelve he became fond of sports. He spent a lot of time outdoors. In summer he swam a lot and became a school champion. In the (8) fifth form he became a theatre-goer and spent all his free time in the (9) theatre` . Sometimes he also went to the cinema.

When he was finishing school his (10) parents bought him a computer so he forgot everything. Working with computers became his hobby.

But soon he became (11) tired of it too and decided to change it. He tried a lot of other things, but he was not (12) good at them. Soon he realized that he would never be a (13) success on the stage.

One day he had an idea to write a (14) story about his dog. He started writing stories about birds and animals, and he has already written (15) five books for children.

Task 85 “Americans Out For The Evening”

If Americans want to go for the evening, where do they go and what do they see? It is easy to have a good time if you are in New York, as there are (1) many/ no theatres there. But you don’t have to be in New York to see an interesting show. (2) No/Many theatres travel from town to town and in many of the theatres you can (3) sit/stand at table, eat dinner and watch the show as there are (4) “supper/dinner theatres”.

It is (5) cheaper/more expensive to go to the cinema. Even in (6) big/small towns in America you can go and see the latest film.

If you (7) want/don’t want to see a play or a movie, you can always go and (8) read a book/ listen to music. Americans have given many forms of (9) music/theatre to the world: jazz, blues and (10) folk /rock. They all come from the music that (11) black/white people have brought with them from (12) Europe/Africa. You can also hear (13) country/town music in America.

Some people spend an evening (14) singing/dancing as this is also very popular with (15) Americans/ Africans.

Americans love (16) sports/books of all kinds. Many people play (17) sports/the piano and many go to see games or watch them on TV. In stadiums people usually (18) shout/sing loudly for their favourite (19) film stars/ sportsmen. One of the most popular sports is (20) football/hockey.

Task 90 “What Does An Average American Do?”

1. A. Three 4. A. Yes, he does

2. B. Before 12 o’clock 5. B. Once a year

3. C. Four hours a day 6. C. Once a month

Task 95 “The Main Street of Moscow”

1. The main street of Moscow is A. Tverskaya B. Yamskaya C. Nikolskaya

2. Hundreds of years ago there was a road to A. Yaroslavl B. Tver C. Pskov

3. In some places this street is A. 50 B. 40 C. 60 metres wide.

4. If we walk A. up B. down C. across the street, you will see the building of the Central Telegraph, and on the opposite side there is a monument to (5) Yuri Dolgoruky

6. In Pushkin Square we can see the famous monument to A. Pushkin B. Lermontov C. Lenin

7. Near the monument there is a beautiful A. mountain B. fountain C. McDonald’s

8. The monument appeared in Moscow in (9) 1880 .

10. The old red building on the opposite side further A. up B. down C. above Tverskaya, used to be the English Club.

Task 100 “Some Russian Holidays”

Russian people have many (1) traditional holidays which they celebrate in all (2) seasons . The first winter holiday is the (3) New Year , which people begin to celebrate on the (4) 31 of December. Father usually brings a fir tree and children (5) decorate it with toys, flags, sweets and nuts. All the members of the family get together. Sometimes they (6) watch TV, sing songs or (7) dance . Children often sit (8) up and find their (9) presents under the fir trees.

The 23d of (10) February is a special day for those who defend their (11) Motherland and its independence.

On the 8th of March all (12) women look wonderful, they get a lot f flowers, sweets and other (13) presents .

Maslenitsa shows that (14) spring is coming though (15) winter is strong yet. In old Russia it was one of the most (16) favourite holidays of the year. People ate pancakes, had snow (17) fights , sang and danced a lot and often had horse (18) trips in sledges.

At Easter Russians cook a special Easter (19) cake , paint (20) eggs red, green, yellow or blue. There is a special ceremony in (21) church that day.

In (22) May we celebrate two holidays: the first of May and (23) Victory Day. People come together and bring fresh (24) flowers to the monuments. In Moscow the veterans often meet near the (25) Bolshoy Theater.

10.02.2006

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Олимпиадные задания для 4 класса по английскому языку

Олимпиада по английскому языку, 4 класс

  1. Use of English (12 min)(Лексика, грамматика)

1.Какое из слов в каждой строчке лишнее? Подчеркните его.

a)cabbage, carrot, potato, ham, tomato, onion.

b)teeth, tenth, twentieth, sixth, seventh, first.

c)bear, fox, parrot, hare, tiger, elephant.

d)write, read, run, get, nice, count.

e)mouth, eye, ear, town, toe, foot.

2.Выберите нужное слово. Подчеркните его.

a)Dogs like / likes meat.

b)I have got many/ much friends.

c)Do/ Does you drink milk every day?

d)Is/ Are you a student?

e)We don’t/ doesn’t go to school on Sunday.

3.Настоящее, прошедшее и будущее время. Выбери правильный вариант ответа.

1)Yesterday the children _____football in the yard

a) played b) play c) will play

2)I don’t _____milk in the evening

a) drink b) drank c) drinks

3)My brother _____to school everyday

a) go b) goes c) will go

4)Our family _____to London next year

a) will go b)went c) goes

5)Tomorrow she _____her grandmother

a) visit b) visits c) will visit

  1. Reading/Чтение

Tom is eleven years old. He lives in a small village and goes to school there. There are thirty-one students in his class: seventeen boys and fourteen girls. He likes his class.

He’s got three pets: a dog, a cat and a hamster. The dog’s name is Rex. He is six years old. He is beautiful. His eyes are brown and his fur is black and white. He is a very friendly dog.

Tom’s cat is called Susie. She’s got green eyes and grey fur. She’s very friendly, too. She is younger than Rex, she is only two years old. She is clean and clever.

The hamster’s name is Max. He has got small black eyes and orange fur. He is very funny.

1. How many students are there in Tom’s class?

2. Which pet has got black eyes?

A) a dog

B) a cat

C) a hamster

D) a dog and a cat

3. What colour is Susie’s fur?

A) black and white

B) white

C) orange

D) grey

4. Does Tome like his class?

A) No, he does.

B) Yes, he does.

C) Yes, he doesn’t.

D) No, he doesn’t.

5. Which sentences are true? (Какие предложения верные?)

A) The dog is 7 years old.

B) Tom goes to school in a village.

C) Tom doesn’t live in the city.

D) Tom’s cat isn’t called Max.

  1. Writing.

Умеешь ли ты писать по-английски? Заполни анкету о себе.

1.Name ______________________________________________

2.Surname ______________________________________

3.Home address ______________________________________

4.Date of birth ____________________________________

5.Family _____________________________________________

6.Favorite subjects_____________________________________

7.What are your hobbies?__________________________

8.Favorite sports___________________________________

9.Do you have any pets?___________________________

  1. Listening (5 minutes) 4 класс

Listen to Jay talking to a friend about a holiday he went on with his family.

For each question, choose the right answer (A, B or C). The first has been done for

you. You will hear the conversation twice.

Example:

0. Jay came back from holiday on

A. Friday.

B. Saturday.

C. Sunday.

1. The hotel Jay stayed in was

A. in a city center.

B. near the sea.

C. in the mountains.

2. Jay often spent his time

A. playing tennis.

B. swimming.

C. playing golf.

3. Jay’s room had

A. a computer.

B. a fridge.

C. a television.

4. Jay ate a lot of

A. pasta.

B. fish.

C. salads.

5. Jay’s parents thought the hotel was

A. too expensive.

B. very comfortable.

C. too noisy.

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    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 21. Listen to the text “Better Late Than Never” and try to understand it.

    Better Late Than Never

          One Wednesday morning Finy Fox and Shiny Fox, the two little brothers, were walking to school. They walked slowly for 10 minutes, then Shiny said, “Be quick or we shall be late for school! It is half past eight!” But Finy said, “I don’t want to go to school today. We are already late. We can have so much fun in the forest. Our mother thinks we are at school, so we can play in the forest. We can go home when we hear the boys coming home from school.” Shiny said this was a good idea.
          So the foxes ran to the river. What a good time they had! They laughed a lot, they swam in the river, they danced with little bears and sang songs with the birds. They got on well with all the different animals who lived in the forest. The foxes didn’t think at all about their classroom, their desks, pens, pencils, their books and their lessons. Wednesday was their longest school day — they had Maths, English, Handicraft, Art and Nature Study on their timetable. All the subjects were very important. But the foxes didn’t want to write on the blackboard or in their exercise books. They didn’t want to study, to learn to count and to read. They didn’t want to work. They wanted to play outdoors.

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    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 35. Listen to the text “A Strange ‘Burglar’ in Big Mountains” and try to understand it.

    A Strange “Burglar” in Big Mountains

    Part I

          The Jackson family lived in town, but at the end of November they were on the way to Big Mountains to spend Thanksgiving there. The family went to Big Mountains by car. There were four of them, Mr and Mrs Jackson and their children Larry and George. The brothers kept looking out of the window. It was easy to understand why the mountains were so beautiful. At last Father stopped the car. “Here we are!” he said.
          There was a large house in front of them with a big chimney at the back wall. Behind the house on the left there was a small apple garden and on the right there were big trees! It was so quiet everywhere!
          When Father gave the children the keys they jumped out of the car, ran to the house to open the door and went in. There was a large sitting room and a kitchen downstairs. The sitting room was lovely. There was a big fireplace in the corner of the room and next to it on the left a large sofa with a standard lamp near it. On the right there was an armchair. There was a beautiful carpet in the middle of the room. The orange curtains made the sitting room comfortable.
          The kitchen was small but nice with a fridge and a cupboard at the left wall and a sink and a cooker opposite them. There was a table and four chairs in the kitchen too.
          The parents began to put the food in the fridge. The boys ran upstairs to the second floor. There were two small bedrooms with beds and wardrobes, a bathroom and a toilet there. Then everyone helped to bring different things from the car. That wasn’t too difficult and soon everything was as they wanted it to be.

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 48. Listen to the text “Don’s Letter to His Friend” and try to understand it.

    Don’s Letter to His Friend

          Many people write letters to friends in other countries. They often write about their families and homes or about the places they live in.
          Here is Don’s letter to his friend.
          My name is Donald but my friends call me Don. We live in Scotland, in a small house far from the town centre. Our town is small, but there is a theatre in it, in the main square.
          The streets in my town are not very wide, but they are very beautiful, with a lot of flowers and trees. Our house is in the old part of the town. You can see an old square tower in that part. It was built many centuries ago and nobody knows the name of the architect. The tower is very high and there is a large bell in it. You can hear it ring twice a day. The tower has become our town museum. If you visit this place, turn to the left and the road will lead you to a beautiful small church. When you cross the bridge you will be in the new part of the town.
          The streets are wide in this part. There are also many cinemas and shops, as well as some monuments. I have already been to many places of interest in our town and can show them all to you. If you have never seen Scotland come and stay with us. Maybe you’ll find our life here quite different from your life in the city, but I’m sure you’ll like our little town.

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 60. Listen to the text “Robbie’s Grandfather” and try to understand it.

    Robbie’s Grandfather

          My grandfather lives in the North of England. He is nearly 60, but he is strong and he still works. He is a Maths teacher. My grandfather is very kind and his pupils like him a lot. They say he is an excellent teacher and they are never tired in his class. He never forgets anything and explains his subject very well. He always speaks in a friendly voice and so they enjoy his lessons.
          My grandad lives in the country and every morning, five days a week, gets the bus to school. He doesn’t have to change as the bus takes him right to the school. It’s a through bus. He gets off the bus at half past 8 or there about.
          My grandad likes to do many things, but he likes travelling most of all. He often goes to different cities (perhaps once or twice a month) and sometimes he goes to other countries too. He travels by sea, by train or flies. He likes voyages very much and often takes pictures on board the ship. He likes the sea and the wind.
          Last month he travelled to Scotland. It was not a lucky trip. He nearly missed his train because he arrived late at the railway station. On the train somebody stole his favourite silver box in which he kept his tobacco. There was no bus or taxi to take him to the hotel where he wanted to stay and so he had to go on foot. When he arrived at the hotel he was tired and went upstairs. However his luggage was not there. So grandad went downstairs again, but couldn’t find it. When he did, it was midnight and the lift did not work. So he was very unhappy that night and slept badly.
          However in the morning the sun began to shine again and life seemed brighter.
          “There is nothing like travelling,” my grandad says. “You’ll always enjoy it. Only look on the bright side.”

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 72. Listen to the text “TV Interview” and say what hobbies Mr Davis had.

    TV Interview

    Reporter. Hello everybody. It’s one o’clock and we begin our afternoon programme “Meeting with Famous People”. Here is Mr Frank Davis, a famous children’s writer. He will tell you some interesting facts about his hobbies. Welcome to the programme, Mr Davis.
    Mr Davis. Now, I would like to begin by remembering those times when I was a little boy. I had so many hobbies then. First, I think, I was a great collector of different things. I collected stamps, coins, badges, small books, pictures, pencils and what not. Whatever I collected I always tried to get as many things as I could. I did try to have thematic collections. I had large collections and was always proud of them.
          When I was older, at the age of twelve, I think, I became fond of sports. I spent a lot of time outdoors. I was playing different sport games in the yard. In summer I swam a lot and became a school champion. In the 5th form I became a theatre-goer and spent all my free time in the theatre and sometimes I also went to the cinema.
          When I was finishing school my parents bought me a computer. So I forgot about going to the theatre, to the cinema or visiting museums. Working on computers became my hobby. However soon I became tired of this hobby too, and decided to change it. I tried to paint pictures in my free time but I wasn’t very good. I tried dancing and acting but soon I realized I could never be a success on the stage.
          Then one day I had an idea to write a story about my dog. The story was rather short. It was not very clever or very interesting but it was my story and I liked it very much. This is how I began to write stories about birds and animals. My little daughter liked to listen to them before she went to bed. She said that she was fond of my new hobby.
          Now it’s difficult to say if it is my hobby or not as it is my work now. I like this work and I have already written five books for children.

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 85. Listen to the text “Americans out for the Evening” and try to understand it.

    Americans out for the Evening

          If Americans want to go out for the evening, where do they go and what do they see? It is easy if they are in New York as there are a lot of theatres there. But you don’t have to be in New York to see an interesting show. Many of the theatres travel from town to town. In many theatres in America, you can sit at table and eat dinner and then watch the show as there are “dinner theatres”.
          It’s cheaper of course to go to the cinema. Americans say “to go to the movies”. Even in small towns in America you can go to the movies and see the latest film.
          If you don’t want to see a play or a movie, you can always go and listen to music. Americans have given many forms of music to the world: jazz, blues and rock. They all come from the music that black people have brought with them from Africa. You can also hear country music in America.
          Some people spend an evening dancing as this is also very popular with Americans.
          Americans love sports of all kinds. Many people play sports and many go to see games or watch them on TV. In stadiums people usually shout loudly for their favourite sportsmen. One of the most popular sports is football.

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 95. Listen to the text “The Main Street of Moscow” and try to understand it.

    The Main Street of Moscow

        Tverskaya Street is the main street of the Russian capital. It is one of the longest and the busiest streets in the city. There are many hotels, shops and supermarkets in it. Tverskaya Street is famous for its fine tall houses, beautiful monuments, wide squares, cinemas and theatres which are in or nearby.
          Hundreds of years ago from Red Square there was a road to Tver. Tver is an old Russian city to the north of Moscow. Tverskaya Street is where this road used to be and that fact explains its name. Tverskaya is a wide street and in some places the street is sixty metres wide.
          At the beginning of Tverskaya Street you can see the “Natsional” hotel. If we walk up the street on the same side we’ll see the building of the Central Telegraph and on the opposite side the monument to Yuri Dolgoruky, the founder of Moscow. The monument is situated in beautiful little square with some trees in it. Let’s walk up Tverskaya Street. Soon we’ll reach Pushkin Square.
          In Pushkin Square we can see the famous monument to Alexander Pushkin, the greatest Russian poet. Pushkin was born in Moscow and spent the first years of his life in this city. When he became very famous and lived in St. Petersburg he often visited Moscow. Pushkin loved his native city and wrote about it in his poems. Pushkin Square is very beautiful. There is a fountain in it near the monument. The monument itself appeared in Moscow in 1880. It is the work of the famous Opekushin and one of the finest monuments in Moscow.
          On the opposite side further up Tverskaya Street there is an old red building. It used to be the English Club but now it is the Museum of the Revolution.
          You can see the monument to Vladimir Mayakovsky in Triumfalnaya Square. Moscow Concert Hall is situated in it.
          The end is near Belorussian railway station. You can see the monument to Maxim Gorky in the square in front of the railway station.             

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 100. Listen to the text “Some Russian Holidays” and try to understand it.

    Some Russian Holidays

          Russian people have many traditional holidays, old and new, that they celebrate in all seasons. The first day of January is the New Year’s Day. It is the first winter holiday and in fact the first holiday of the year. People begin to celebrate it on the 31st of December late at night. It’s a family holiday. Father usually brings a fir tree and children decorate it with toys, flags, sweets and nuts. In fact on the 31st of December you can see such trees practically in all Russian homes. All the members of the family get together. They prepare a tasty dinner. At 11 o’clock or a bit later they sit down at table to see the old year off. People laugh a lot. Sometimes they watch TV, sing songs or dance. At midnight everybody listens to the Kremlin Clock. People often count together “1, 2, 3, 4, 5”. When they say 12 they drink champagne, wish good luck and give presents to each other. Children often sit up and find their presents under the fir trees. Young people usually go out into the streets just to walk or to sledge if the weather is fine. People go to bed very late in the morning.
          The 23rd of February is also a state holiday in Russia. It has always been a special date in the country. It is a special day for those who defend their Motherland and its independence.
          The 8th of March is a traditional Women’s Day. All women look wonderful on the 8th of March. They get a lot of flowers, sweets and other presents. Men and boys try to be kind and polite and help them everywhere they can. Isn’t it great to have such a holiday every day of the week? I’m sure all the women think it is.
          In spring Russians also celebrate Easter and Maslenitsa (the pancake week).
          Russians usually celebrate Maslenitsa in March. This merry holiday shows that spring is coming though winter is strong yet. In old Russia it was one of the most favourite holidays of the year. People had a lot of fun. They ate pancakes that were different in size and made pancakes each day of the week. They had snow fights and snow battles outdoors, they sang and danced a lot and often had horse trips in sledges. These days Russian people have started to celebrate this holiday again.
          Russians usually celebrate Easter in April or at the beginning of May. It depends on the church calendar. People celebrate Easter in Russia as they do in England or the USA. Russians cook a special Easter cake at home (or often small Easter cakes, each cake for each member of the family). You can also buy such Easter cakes in the shops. They are called “kulitchi”. Children like them very much. People paint eggs red, blue, yellow or green. There is a special ceremony in church that day. During Easter people often go to cemeteries to remember those who are dead. You can often see fresh and paper flowers, Easter cakes and eggs there.
          In May we also celebrate two holidays: the First of May and Victory Day which we celebrate on the ninth of May. In fact the ninth of May is a special Memorial day, a day to remember those who died in the Second World War. People come to central squares of their towns and cities. They come together and bring fresh flowers to the monuments. In Moscow war veterans often meet near the Bolshoi Theatre.

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 21. Listen to the text “Better Late Than Never” and try to understand it.

    Better Late Than Never

          One Wednesday morning Finy Fox and Shiny Fox, the two little brothers, were walking to school. They walked slowly for 10 minutes, then Shiny said, “Be quick or we shall be late for school! It is half past eight!” But Finy said, “I don’t want to go to school today. We are already late. We can have so much fun in the forest. Our mother thinks we are at school, so we can play in the forest. We can go home when we hear the boys coming home from school.” Shiny said this was a good idea.
          So the foxes ran to the river. What a good time they had! They laughed a lot, they swam in the river, they danced with little bears and sang songs with the birds. They got on well with all the different animals who lived in the forest. The foxes didn’t think at all about their classroom, their desks, pens, pencils, their books and their lessons. Wednesday was their longest school day — they had Maths, English, Handicraft, Art and Nature Study on their timetable. All the subjects were very important. But the foxes didn’t want to write on the blackboard or in their exercise books. They didn’t want to study, to learn to count and to read. They didn’t want to work. They wanted to play outdoors.

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 35. Listen to the text “A Strange ‘Burglar’ in Big Mountains” and try to understand it.

    A Strange “Burglar” in Big Mountains

    Part I

          The Jackson family lived in town, but at the end of November they were on the way to Big Mountains to spend Thanksgiving there. The family went to Big Mountains by car. There were four of them, Mr and Mrs Jackson and their children Larry and George. The brothers kept looking out of the window. It was easy to understand why the mountains were so beautiful. At last Father stopped the car. “Here we are!” he said.
          There was a large house in front of them with a big chimney at the back wall. Behind the house on the left there was a small apple garden and on the right there were big trees! It was so quiet everywhere!
          When Father gave the children the keys they jumped out of the car, ran to the house to open the door and went in. There was a large sitting room and a kitchen downstairs. The sitting room was lovely. There was a big fireplace in the corner of the room and next to it on the left a large sofa with a standard lamp near it. On the right there was an armchair. There was a beautiful carpet in the middle of the room. The orange curtains made the sitting room comfortable.
          The kitchen was small but nice with a fridge and a cupboard at the left wall and a sink and a cooker opposite them. There was a table and four chairs in the kitchen too.
          The parents began to put the food in the fridge. The boys ran upstairs to the second floor. There were two small bedrooms with beds and wardrobes, a bathroom and a toilet there. Then everyone helped to bring different things from the car. That wasn’t too difficult and soon everything was as they wanted it to be.

                

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 48. Listen to the text “Don’s Letter to His Friend” and try to understand it.

    Don’s Letter to His Friend

          Many people write letters to friends in other countries. They often write about their families and homes or about the places they live in.
          Here is Don’s letter to his friend.
          My name is Donald but my friends call me Don. We live in Scotland, in a small house far from the town centre. Our town is small, but there is a theatre in it, in the main square.
          The streets in my town are not very wide, but they are very beautiful, with a lot of flowers and trees. Our house is in the old part of the town. You can see an old square tower in that part. It was built many centuries ago and nobody knows the name of the architect. The tower is very high and there is a large bell in it. You can hear it ring twice a day. The tower has become our town museum. If you visit this place, turn to the left and the road will lead you to a beautiful small church. When you cross the bridge you will be in the new part of the town.
          The streets are wide in this part. There are also many cinemas and shops, as well as some monuments. I have already been to many places of interest in our town and can show them all to you. If you have never seen Scotland come and stay with us. Maybe you’ll find our life here quite different from your life in the city, but I’m sure you’ll like our little town.

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 60. Listen to the text “Robbie’s Grandfather” and try to understand it.

    Robbie’s Grandfather

          My grandfather lives in the North of England. He is nearly 60, but he is strong and he still works. He is a Maths teacher. My grandfather is very kind and his pupils like him a lot. They say he is an excellent teacher and they are never tired in his class. He never forgets anything and explains his subject very well. He always speaks in a friendly voice and so they enjoy his lessons.
          My grandad lives in the country and every morning, five days a week, gets the bus to school. He doesn’t have to change as the bus takes him right to the school. It’s a through bus. He gets off the bus at half past 8 or there about.
          My grandad likes to do many things, but he likes travelling most of all. He often goes to different cities (perhaps once or twice a month) and sometimes he goes to other countries too. He travels by sea, by train or flies. He likes voyages very much and often takes pictures on board the ship. He likes the sea and the wind.
          Last month he travelled to Scotland. It was not a lucky trip. He nearly missed his train because he arrived late at the railway station. On the train somebody stole his favourite silver box in which he kept his tobacco. There was no bus or taxi to take him to the hotel where he wanted to stay and so he had to go on foot. When he arrived at the hotel he was tired and went upstairs. However his luggage was not there. So grandad went downstairs again, but couldn’t find it. When he did, it was midnight and the lift did not work. So he was very unhappy that night and slept badly.
          However in the morning the sun began to shine again and life seemed brighter.
          “There is nothing like travelling,” my grandad says. “You’ll always enjoy it. Only look on the bright side.”

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 85. Listen to the text “Americans out for the Evening” and try to understand it.

    Americans out for the Evening

          If Americans want to go out for the evening, where do they go and what do they see? It is easy if they are in New York as there are a lot of theatres there. But you don’t have to be in New York to see an interesting show. Many of the theatres travel from town to town. In many theatres in America, you can sit at table and eat dinner and then watch the show as there are “dinner theatres”.
          It’s cheaper of course to go to the cinema. Americans say “to go to the movies”. Even in small towns in America you can go to the movies and see the latest film.
          If you don’t want to see a play or a movie, you can always go and listen to music. Americans have given many forms of music to the world: jazz, blues and rock. They all come from the music that black people have brought with them from Africa. You can also hear country music in America.
          Some people spend an evening dancing as this is also very popular with Americans.
          Americans love sports of all kinds. Many people play sports and many go to see games or watch them on TV. In stadiums people usually shout loudly for their favourite sportsmen. One of the most popular sports is football.

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 95. Listen to the text “The Main Street of Moscow” and try to understand it.

    The Main Street of Moscow

        Tverskaya Street is the main street of the Russian capital. It is one of the longest and the busiest streets in the city. There are many hotels, shops and supermarkets in it. Tverskaya Street is famous for its fine tall houses, beautiful monuments, wide squares, cinemas and theatres which are in or nearby.
          Hundreds of years ago from Red Square there was a road to Tver. Tver is an old Russian city to the north of Moscow. Tverskaya Street is where this road used to be and that fact explains its name. Tverskaya is a wide street and in some places the street is sixty metres wide.
          At the beginning of Tverskaya Street you can see the “Natsional” hotel. If we walk up the street on the same side we’ll see the building of the Central Telegraph and on the opposite side the monument to Yuri Dolgoruky, the founder of Moscow. The monument is situated in beautiful little square with some trees in it. Let’s walk up Tverskaya Street. Soon we’ll reach Pushkin Square.
          In Pushkin Square we can see the famous monument to Alexander Pushkin, the greatest Russian poet. Pushkin was born in Moscow and spent the first years of his life in this city. When he became very famous and lived in St. Petersburg he often visited Moscow. Pushkin loved his native city and wrote about it in his poems. Pushkin Square is very beautiful. There is a fountain in it near the monument. The monument itself appeared in Moscow in 1880. It is the work of the famous Opekushin and one of the finest monuments in Moscow.
          On the opposite side further up Tverskaya Street there is an old red building. It used to be the English Club but now it is the Museum of the Revolution.
          You can see the monument to Vladimir Mayakovsky in Triumfalnaya Square. Moscow Concert Hall is situated in it.
          The end is near Belorussian railway station. You can see the monument to Maxim Gorky in the square in front of the railway station.             

    Listening Comprehension Lesson

    No 100. Listen to the text “Some Russian Holidays” and try to understand it.

    Some Russian Holidays

          Russian people have many traditional holidays, old and new, that they celebrate in all seasons. The first day of January is the New Year’s Day. It is the first winter holiday and in fact the first holiday of the year. People begin to celebrate it on the 31st of December late at night. It’s a family holiday. Father usually brings a fir tree and children decorate it with toys, flags, sweets and nuts. In fact on the 31st of December you can see such trees practically in all Russian homes. All the members of the family get together. They prepare a tasty dinner. At 11 o’clock or a bit later they sit down at table to see the old year off. People laugh a lot. Sometimes they watch TV, sing songs or dance. At midnight everybody listens to the Kremlin Clock. People often count together “1, 2, 3, 4, 5”. When they say 12 they drink champagne, wish good luck and give presents to each other. Children often sit up and find their presents under the fir trees. Young people usually go out into the streets just to walk or to sledge if the weather is fine. People go to bed very late in the morning.
          The 23rd of February is also a state holiday in Russia. It has always been a special date in the country. It is a special day for those who defend their Motherland and its independence.
          The 8th of March is a traditional Women’s Day. All women look wonderful on the 8th of March. They get a lot of flowers, sweets and other presents. Men and boys try to be kind and polite and help them everywhere they can. Isn’t it great to have such a holiday every day of the week? I’m sure all the women think it is.
          In spring Russians also celebrate Easter and Maslenitsa (the pancake week).
          Russians usually celebrate Maslenitsa in March. This merry holiday shows that spring is coming though winter is strong yet. In old Russia it was one of the most favourite holidays of the year. People had a lot of fun. They ate pancakes that were different in size and made pancakes each day of the week. They had snow fights and snow battles outdoors, they sang and danced a lot and often had horse trips in sledges. These days Russian people have started to celebrate this holiday again.
          Russians usually celebrate Easter in April or at the beginning of May. It depends on the church calendar. People celebrate Easter in Russia as they do in England or the USA. Russians cook a special Easter cake at home (or often small Easter cakes, each cake for each member of the family). You can also buy such Easter cakes in the shops. They are called “kulitchi”. Children like them very much. People paint eggs red, blue, yellow or green. There is a special ceremony in church that day. During Easter people often go to cemeteries to remember those who are dead. You can often see fresh and paper flowers, Easter cakes and eggs there.
          In May we also celebrate two holidays: the First of May and Victory Day which we celebrate on the ninth of May. In fact the ninth of May is a special Memorial day, a day to remember those who died in the Second World War. People come to central squares of their towns and cities. They come together and bring fresh flowers to the monuments. In Moscow war veterans often meet near the Bolshoi Theatre.

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    Раздел 1 (Аудирование) включает 1 задание, на определение соответствия утверждений и иллюстраций. За каждый правильный ответ выставляется один балл. Максимальное количество баллов за выполнение заданий Раздела 1 - 5. Рекомендуемое время на выполнение Раздела 1 – 5 минут.

    Раздел 2 (Чтение) включает 2 задания на множественный выбор (предлагается выбрать правильный вариант из нескольких предложенных) и установление соответствия. За каждый правильный ответ выставляется один балл. Максимальное количество баллов за выполнение заданий Раздела 2 - 15. Рекомендуемое время на выполнение Раздела 2 – 15 минут.

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    2016-2017 уч. год

    4 класс

    Время выполнения работы 40 минут.

    (максимальное количество баллов-30)

    РАЗДЕЛ 1. Аудирование (5 минут)

    Прослушай описание погоды на английском языке и подбери к каждой ситуации подходящую картинку. Вы услышите запись дважды. Свои ответы занесите в таблицу.

    РАЗДЕЛ 2. Чтение (15 минут)

    1. Прочитай рассказ. Подчеркни подходящее по смыслу слово, выбрав его из трёх предложенных. Свои ответы занесите в таблицу.

    Mike

    Mike is a boy. His hair is 1. (short, long, blue). His eyes are 2. (orange, violet, black). His nose is 3. (long, tall, green). He 4. (wears, jumps, runs) a yellow shirt and grey 5. (trousers, map, flag). His 6. (books, boots, pencils) are black.

    2. Соедини слова с их описанием. Свои ответы занесите в таблицу.

    1. pen

    a) You can watch it in the lesson and at home.

    2. pencil

    b) You can paint colourful pictures using them.

    3. paints

    c) You can read new texts and do many exercises using it.

    4. dictionary

    d) You can put your pencils and pens in it.

    5. rubber

    e) You can write your homework using it.

    6. CD

    f) You can draw pictures using it.

    7. textbook

    g) You can rub words and lines using it.

    8. pencil box

    h) You can translate new words using it.

    9. video

    i) You can listen, repeat and learn new words using it.

    РАЗДЕЛ 3. Лексика и грамматика (10 минут)

    1. Какое из слов в каждой строчке лишнее? Подчеркните его. Свои ответы занесите в таблицу.

    1. cabbage, carrot, potato, ham, tomato, onion

    2. teeth, tenth, twentieth, sixth, seventh, first

    3. bear, fox, parrot, hare, tiger, elephant

    4. write, read, run, get, nice, count

    5. mouth, eye, ear, town, toe, foot

    2. Выберите нужное слово. Подчеркните его. Свои ответы занесите в таблицу.

    1. Dogs like / likes meat.

    2. I have got many/ much friends.

    3. Do/ Does you drink milk every day?

    4. Is/ Are you a student?

    5. We don’t/ doesn’t go to school on Sunday.

    Лист ответов

    РАЗДЕЛ 1. Аудирование

    РАЗДЕЛ 2. Чтение

    1 задание

    2 задание

    РАЗДЕЛ 3. Лексика и грамматика

    1 задание

    2 задание

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    Олимпиадная работа по английскому языку для учащихся 4 класса состоит из трёх разделов, включающих 5 заданий.

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    ПОЯСНИТЕЛЬНАЯ ЗАПИСКА

    информация об авторе

    1. Фамилия, Имя, Отчество

    Таначакова Ирина Павловна

    1. Место работы

    ГБОУ прогимназия №698Московского района

    Санкт-Петербурга «Пансион»

    1. Должность

    учитель иностранных языков

    1. E-mail

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    информация о материале

    1. Предмет

    Английский язык

    1. Вид ресурса

    Аудирование по английскому языку для 4 классов

    1. Класс

    4 класс

    ИСТОЧНИКИ ИНФОРМАЦИИ

    1. All around you” автор составитель Н.Л. Утевская издательство «Питер»

    2. ROUND-UP”, “WAY AHED” –Longman

    3. УМК по английскому языку под ред. И.Н. Верещагина, Т.А. Притыкина Москва «Просвещение»

    4. English in Topic” автор составитель Н.Л. Утевская

    Form 4

    Audition

    APPLESEED JOHN

    A Legend

    Words

    money - деньги

    to save – сохранять

    a core [ ]- сердцевина (яблока)

    slowly [ ]- медленно

    to plant - сажать

    grow – grew – расти

    a seed – семя

    1.

    John was a poor man. He didn’t have a family. John wanted to do people some good, but he had little money. Every day he worked hard to get some more money. With the money he bought red, yellow and green apples. When he ate them, he saved all the cores. Then he put them into a bag. Every day he took the bag, walked into the country and planted cores. He bought more apples and planted cores again, again and again. He knew that trees grew very slowly, but he planted cores.

    People called him “Appleseed John”. One day the old man died. Today in that country you can see many, many apple trees. If you ask people why there are so many trees there, people usually tell this legend.

    2. True (T) False (F)

    1. John had a wife and two children.

    2. John wanted people to be happy.

    3. John saved vegetables to plant.

    4. There are a lot of apple trees now in that country.

    3. Ask 5 questions to the text

    1._________________________________________

    2._________________________________________

    3._________________________________________

    4._________________________________________

    5._________________________________________

    4. Match the halves of sentences

    1. John walked into the country A. to get money

    2. He was “Appleseed John” B. because he planted a lot of

    apple trees

    3. He worked much C. to plant cores

    5. Cross out an odd word

    1. people, man, trees, good, cores

    2. had, planted, into, bought, grew

    3. red, green, apples, yellow, brown

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