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English  VII Achievement test The 7th form VARIANTs 1-2 (texts
English VII Achievement test The 7th form VARIANTs 1-2 (texts
1. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about Alice and Jane
1. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about Alice and Jane
1. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about Alice and Jane
1. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about Alice and Jane
I. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about William
I. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about William
I. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about William
I. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about William
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Listening comprehension: William Shakespeare
Listening comprehension: William Shakespeare
Listening comprehension: Alice and Jane
Listening comprehension: Alice and Jane
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1 English  VII Achievement test The 7th form VARIANTs 1-2 (texts

English VII Achievement test The 7th form VARIANTs 1-2 (texts

1-2)

Benko e.i. Sopova t.v. Gymanazium 2 Vladivostok, 2014

2 1. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about Alice and Jane

1. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about Alice and Jane

are true, false or no information in the text

3 1. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about Alice and Jane

1. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about Alice and Jane

are true, false or no information in the text

1. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about Alice and Jane are true, false or no information in the text

1. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about Alice and Jane are true, false or no information in the text

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Jane hasnt seen Alice for 5 years.

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Alice has put on weight.

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Jane keeps to a diet.

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Alice doesnt take a lot of exercise.

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Jane goes in for draughts.

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Alice jogs in the evening.

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Alice doesnt have much free time.

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Alice rides a bike very well.

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Jane likes sweets very much.

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Alice hates martial arts.

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4 I. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about William

I. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about William

Shakespeare are true, false or not mentioned in it.

5 I. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about William

I. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about William

Shakespeare are true, false or not mentioned in it.

I. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about William Shakespeare are true, false or not mentioned in it.

I. Listen to the recording and say if the facts about William Shakespeare are true, false or not mentioned in it.

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William Shakespeare was born in 1564.

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One of Williams grandfathers was a farmer.

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Williams family was not poor.

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William went to a grammar school.

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In the 16th century Stratford was a rather small town.

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There were about 2,000 houses in it.

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Stratford stands on a river.

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The name of the river is Avon.

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Now Stratford is a tourist centre.

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The house where William Shakespeare was born is a museum now.

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II. Spell and translate the words

1. [?r??la?z] 2. [?pr?m?s] 3. [???t?b?ks] 4. [?desp?r?t] 5. [in?t?:pr?t?] 6. [?f?l??] 7. [dr?p] 8. [?sp??l] 9. [?f?s?] 10. [r??gret]

1. [?Ru:d] 2. [?Ba:gin] 3. [??] 4. [Neib?hu:d] 5. [R??pe?] 6. [?F?l??] 7. [Dril] 8. [?Sp??l] 9. [?F?s?] 10. [D?s??point]

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III. Social English, idioms: Choose the correct answer

1. Can you help me? I wonder when a) Thats a very interesting question. b) Im sorry Im late. c) Certainly. (Sure)

1. Im awfully sorry, Ive broken a cup. a) Im glad you enjoyed it. b) Congratulations. c) Oh, that doesnt matter.

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III. Social English, idioms: Choose the correct answer

2) Lets go ice-skating. a) How do you spell this word? b) That sounds like a good idea. c) Id like to buy a new bicycle.

2. A pound means a) a pal b) quid c) a guy

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III. Social English, idioms: Choose the correct answer

3. Look! Ive got two tickets to the theatre. Why dont we go there together? a) I have no idea, I`m afraid. b) Thats a very interesting question. c) That sounds like a good idea.

3) What about going to the theatre on Sunday? a) Can you repeat the last sentence? b) Thats all very well, but Im really busy tonight. c) Whats up?

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III. Social English, idioms: Choose the correct answer

4. Do you feel like watching a new video after classes? a) Id rather not answer that. Sorry. b) I dont think I will. Thank you all the same. c) Its nice to see you too.

4) How about a nice cup of tea before you go? a) Yes, Id love one. b) Pleased to meet you. c) Im glad you enjoyed it.

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III. Social English, idioms: Choose the correct answer

5. Lets go to a party with me tonight? a) Its nice of you to ask, but Im afraid I cant make it. b) Thank you. That sounds like a good idea. C) I cant agree with you there.

5) Happy Easter! a) Hold the line, please. b) You look wonderful. c) Thanks. The same to you.

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III. Social English, idioms: Choose the correct answer

6. Why dont we go there together? a) I dont think you are right. b) On the contrary! c) Id like that very much.

6) Ive just passed my exam. a) On the contrary! b) I have no idea, Im afraid. c) Congratulations.

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III. Social English, idioms: Choose the correct answer

7) Meet my sister Jane. a) I cant tell you exactly, but b) Pleased to meet you. c) Can I say it like that?

7. Im sorry, I cant go to the cinema with you tonight. Im too busy. a) It doesnt matter. b) Id love to. c) That sounds like a good idea.

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III. Social English, idioms: Choose the correct answer

8) What a nice blouse! a)Thats a wonderful idea. b)That would be very nice. Thank you. c)Thank you. You are very kind.

8. A friend means a) a loo b) a pal c) a guy

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III. Social English, idioms: Choose the correct answer

9) Terrific means a) silly b) filthy c) wonderful

9) It might be an idea to go to the cinema. a) Great! b) Whats up? c) Help yourself.

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III. Social English, idioms: Choose the correct answer

10) to push someone to the wall a) -, b) , c)

10) to be like a red rag to a bull a) b) , c) -,

17 Listening comprehension: William Shakespeare

Listening comprehension: William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare was born on the 23rd of April in the year 1564. He was born in the home of John and Mary Shakespeare. John Shakespeare was rather rich. He was a glove-maker and he was a man of some importance in Stratford. Shakespeare's mother, Mary Arden, was the daughter of a farmer, who lived not far from town. The Stratford of those days was a quiet little place. There were 200 houses in it. The town was situated on the river. There the roads from other great towns met and the main bridge of Stratford played an important role in the life of the town. The Shakespeares lived in a well-built house, which is still standing in Henley Street. This house is visited every year by thousands of tourists. Inside are the living room, the kitchen, the room where William Shakespeare was born. Here you can see some furniture of the 16th century, a collection of books and other things. In the garden grow trees, plants and flowers which are mentioned in Shakespeares plays and poems.

18 Listening comprehension: Alice and Jane

Listening comprehension: Alice and Jane

Alice: Hi, Jane. I haven't seen you, for ages. How are you? Jane: Fine, thanks, and how are you, Alice? You look fantastic, so fresh and healthy and slim. Alice: Thank you, Jane. I feel quite healthy, too. Jane: You have lost weight. How have you done it? What has happened? Alice: I haven't been doing anything special. I can't say I take a lot of exercise. Just jog in the morning and go to the swimming bath once or twice a week. There is one near my house. Jane: What about going in for sports? Alice: No, not really. I don't have enough free time. My work keeps me busy. But I walk to work and in summer I sometimes play badminton and ride a bike. Jane: Do you keep to a diet? Alice: I don't think I do. I'm a big eater and I like tasty food. I certainly eat meat, chicken, fish. But I don't usually take much bread or sweet things. I prefer vegetables and fruit. Jane: Do you smoke? Alice: No, I don't. I used to, but now I have given it up

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