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  Вариант 1
  
  English usage (10)
  Fill in the gaps with the appropriate words from the column
  
  Generally lifestyles 1)_________on the place you live in: in town or in the country. It depends on the national 2) _________and traditions of the people. It depends on the difference between rich and poor. The customs of social behaviour have changed much over the last years. The discipline in family is not very 3) __________. Sometimes it is a problem.
  The family structure 4) _________changed a lot. The head of the family is not always a father 5) ________took all the main decisions. Now in good families the decisions 6) __________taken together. So to say, they are 7) _________ democratic. We can say that a traditional form of the family 8) _________ came to an end. There"s tendency of a parent living 9) _________ and coming as a guest to the children to communicate, to support. People"s ideas about marriage have changed a lot too. In earlier times the girls felt that if they weren"t married by the age of 21-22 they 10) ________be left on the shelf.
  
  Are
  Strict
  Has
  Depend
  More
  Apart
  Customs
  Who
  Itself
  Would
  Is
  Culture
  Loyal
  Which
  That
  Will
  
  Reading (10)
  JOHN LENNON
  
  The Beatles changed pop music forever. From their first single, "Love Me Do" (a Lennon - McCartney composition), in 1962, people recognized something different in their music than the usual pop songs at the time. Their songs seemed more tuneful, more exciting than what most artists were recording at the time. The Beatles were also more attractive than many other performers. Many more people began to listen to pop music than before. Soon, the group"s following was like nothing anyone had ever seen: a hysteria that the newspapers called "Beatlemania" swept Britain and soon, America.
  
  Their second single, "Please Me" reached number one in March 1963. When the media focused on the new group, it soon became clear that Lennon was not like other pop stars. His answers to reporters" questions showed an unusual intelligence and sense of humour. His character soon shone out: he always behaved in a completely different way than other people and hated artificiality. He was never quite comfortable with the Beatles" "nice" image. In fact, it was Lennon who began to break away from this image and change the public image of the Beatles. His and McCartney"s music changed and became more "psychedelic".
  
  True or False (T/F)
  1. The music was changed forever by Beatles
  2. People recognized something in their music alike to the other songs of that time.
  3. There songs seemed more rhythmic.
  4. Their first single was "Please Me".
  5. "Love Me Do" reached number one in March 1963.
  6. Lennon wasn"t different from the other stars.
  7. Lennon adored artificiality.
  8. Lennon broke away the Beatles"s image.
  9. His music didn"t change.
  10. The newspaper was called "Beatlemania"
  
  Grammar (20)
  
  1. ... you usually ... your dinner?
  a. Do have
  b. Does has
  c. Do had
  d. Did have
  
  2. I ... to France often.
  a. Go
  b. Going
  c. Am going
  d. Goes
  
  3. My friends ... Louvre last year
  a. Went
  b. Visited
  c. Visit
  d. Go
  
  4. Do you have... lessons today?
  a. Some
  b. A
  c. Any
  d. -
  
  5. I can"t go with you to the party, I... prepare for test paper.
  a. Must
  b. Should
  c. Ought to
  d. Have to
  
  6. I ... busy when she came.
  a. Am
  b. Have been
  c. Was
  d. Am being
  
  7. Where ... you ... your week-ends?
  a. Do spend
  b. Spended
  c. Spent
  d. Did spend
  
  8. What ... you ... while I was sleeping?
  a. Were doing
  b. Are doing
  c. Did do
  d. Have done
  
  9. I... write you back as soon as I can.
  a. Am going to
  b. Will be going to
  c. Will
  d. -
  
  10. He is poor. He has ... money.
  a. Little
  b. Few
  c. A few
  d. A little
  
  11. ... winter is a wonderful season.
  a. The
  b. -
  c. A
  d. This
  
  12. Who ..... my book? It was on my desk a minute ago.
  a. has taken
  b. have taken
  c. took
  d. takes
  
  13. I ..... Mario for some time since he left Milan a few years ago.
  a. haven"t seen
  b. don"t see
  c. didn't see
  d. aren"t seeing
  
  14. You ... get extra money if you work well.
  a. Are
  b. Would
  c. Would have
  d. Will
  
  15. She is a dull student, she studies...
  a. Bad
  b. Badly
  c. Worse
  d. Worst
  
  16. There is a nice view ... the photo.
  a. At
  b. By
  c. On
  d. In
  
  17. "Neptun" is ... fountain in Peterhof.
  a. -
  b. a
  c. the
  d. an
  
  18. Moscow has ... area than Saint Petersburg.
  a. Smaller
  b. Small
  c. The smallest
  d. Littler
  
  19. Traffic jams in big cities happen ... than in suburbs.
  a. Often
  b. Oftener
  c. More often
  d. The oftenest
  
  20. Usually I travel ... plane.
  a. In
  b. On
  c. By
  d. With
  
  Writing (10)
  Choose the topic and write a composition of 100 words
  
  1. Write about the house of your dream
  2. Write about your favourite musician/singer/actor
  3. Describe your last party (birthday, new year etc.)
  4. Write a letter to your penpal abroad and tell him/her about your last journey.
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  Вариант 2
  
  English usage (10)
  Fill in the gaps with the appropriate words from the column
  
  If you arrive in Great Britain 1) ________ hear the word "tradition" everywhere. Englishmen have sentimental love for things and traditions. They never throw 2) ________old things.
  In many houses in Great Britain they have 3) _______and though their bedrooms are awfully cold, the English people 4) _______ not want to have central heating because thee do not want to have changes.
  5) _______ the Yeomen-Warders are dressed in traditional medieval clothes and the traditional dress o the Horse Guards regiment has existed 6) _______ the twelfth century.
  In 7) _______ House of Lords of British Parliamen there are two rows of benches for lords and 8) _______ sack of wool for the Lord Chancellor to sit on it. This is so because in the old times wool 9) ________ England rich and powerful. In the House of Commons you will see two rows for the two parties: the government 10) _______ one side and the opposition - on the other.
  
  On
  Do
  Therefore
  Since
  The
  Made
  You"ll
  Fire-places
  Away
  A
  You
  All
  It
  Did
  So
  Big
  
  Reading (10)
  Meals and Cooking
  
  When we cook, we boil, roast, fry or stew our food. We boil eggs, meat, chicken, fish, milk, water and vegetables. We fry eggs, fish and vegetables. We stew fish, meat, vegetables or fruit. We roast meat or chicken. We put salt, sugar, pepper, vinegar and mustard into our food to make it salted, sweet, sour or simply tasty. Our food may taste good or bad or it may be tasteless.
  The usual meals in England are breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner or, in simpler houses, breakfast, dinner, tea and supper.
  For breakfast English people mostly have porridge or corn-flakes with milk or cream and sugar, bacon and eggs, marmalade with buttered toast and tea or coffee. For a change they can have a boiled egg, cold ham, or fish.
  English people generally have lunch about one o'clock. At lunch time in a London restaurant one usually finds a mutton chop, or steak and chips, or cold meat or fish with potatoes and salad, then a pudding or fruit to follow.
  
  True or False (T/F)
  1. We can boil our food.
  2. We can fry milk.
  3. Food may taste good or bad.
  4. Food may be tasteless.
  5. For breakfast English people mostly have toast and milk.
  6. English people generally have lunch at a half past two.
  7. You can"t have a mutton chop in a London restaurant.
  8. Englishmen don"t usually eat porridge for lunch.
  9. We can roast chicken.
  10. We stew fruit.
  
  Grammar (20)
  
  1. When ... you usually ... your dinner?
  a. Do have
  b. Does has
  c. Do had
  d. Did have
  
  2. Usually I travel ... train.
  a. In
  b. On
  c. By
  d. With
  
  3. Samson" is ... fountain in Peterhof.
  a. Tall
  b. Taller
  c. The most tall
  d. The tallest
  
  4. Moscow has ... population than Saint Petersburg.
  a. Larger
  b. The biggest
  c. More big
  d. Bigger
  
  5. Which city ... the biggest in the world?
  a. Was
  b. Be
  c. Has
  d. Is
  
  6. She is a bright student, she studies...
  a. Good
  b. The best
  c. Better
  d. Well
  
  7. Where ... you ... your week-ends?
  a. Do spend
  b. Spended
  c. Spent
  d. Did spend
  
  8. ... the museum I couldn"t miss the chance to enter it.
  a. Having passed
  b. Passing
  c. Were passing
  d. Having pass.
  
  9. You ... get extra money if you work well.
  a. Are
  b. Would
  c. Would have
  d. Will
  
  10. I ... to England often.
  a. Go
  b. Going
  c. Am going
  d. Goes
  
  11. This dress is ... than others in this shop.
  a. Expensive
  b. More expensive
  c. Expensiver
  d. The most expensive.
  
  12. ...you ... visit museums while travelling?
  a. Will go
  b. Are going to
  c. Will going
  d. Will
  
  13. She (not /to do) her homework when she was a pupil.
  a. Didn"t
  b. Didn"t do
  c. Didn"t to do
  d. Doesn"t did
  
  14. I... come tommorrow
  a. can"t
  b. am not able to
  c. couldn"t
  d. won"t be able to
  
  15. If I ... enough time, I would have finished this work already.
  a. Had
  b. Have
  c. Had have
  d. Had had
  
  16. Does she go to ... school?
  a. A
  b. The
  c. -
  d. her
  
  17. She is clever ... to pass the test.
  a. Enough
  b. Too
  c. Quite
  d. A lot
  
  18. The blouse was ... tight to fit him.
  a. Quite
  b. Too
  c. Very
  d. A lot
  
  19. I don"t have ... friends here. I feel lonesome.
  a. Few
  b. Any
  c. Some
  d. A little
  
  20. I was passing ... shop, when I saw him entering the bus.
  a. The
  b. -
  c. By
  d. At
  
  Writing (10)
  Choose the topic and write a composition of 100 words
  
  1. Write about your native town/city
  2. Describe the place, where you live
  3. You have been to a party in a restaurant, share your impressions: describe the place, menu, service, d;cor and atmosphere.
  4. What is your favourite TV programme/movie/show?
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  3 вариант
  
  English usage (10)
  Fill in the gaps with the appropriate words from the column
  
  1) _________ all basic trends in world and Russian architecture 2) ________ the 18th - 20th centuries are represented in Saint Petersburg. That"s why the city is called "3) _____ Museum in the Open Air". 4) _______ architecture is fantastic. Many buildings of the city are 5) _______ of Russian architecture and some of them may be regarded as masterpieces 6) _______ world significance.
  The plan of the city was unusual for 7) ______ towns. Instead of a 8) ______ with a citadel, a Kreml, from 9) _______ the name of Kremlin occurred, an island in the Neva"s mouth was chosen as a focal point. A fortress was 10) ________there.
  
  Erected
  Of
  In
  Russian
  Almost
  Hill
  Which
  A
  Its
  Treasures
  
  Reading (10)
  Highlights in architecture
  
  In Peterine times the typical building had common stylistic traits such as clear silhouette, grace, modest exterior decoration and clear-cut planning. The buildings of the first thirty years of the city"s existence can be classified as Baroque Style of early period.
  
  The building of the Twelve Colleges (architect Domenico Trezzini) was built between 1722 - 1742. It was designed for the twelve main ministries of the Government. Now it houses the State University.
  
  Many residences, palaces and churches appeared in the city and its environs in the middle of the 18th century. They were richly decorated. This style came to be known in architectural history as Russian Baroque. The outstanding examples of this style are: The Smolny Convent, The Winter Palace, The Stroganov Palace (Architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli), The Cathedral of Saint Nicolas with its belfry standing separately (Savva Chevakinsky).
  
  The second half of the 18th century was marked by the enrichment of the nobility and the wide scale construction of country estates.
  
  True or False (T/F)
  1. In Peterine times the typical building had eclectic style.
  2. The building of the Twelve Colleges was built in 1722.
  3. Many palaces appeared in 18th century.
  4. The Smolny Convent is an outstanding example of European Baroque.
  5. The architect of the Saint Nicolas Cathedral is Savva Chevakinsky.
  6. The nobility enriched in the second half of the 18th century.
  7. Baroque style of early period appeared in the first thirty years of the city"s existence.
  8. The residences of the 18th century were richly decorated.
  9. One of the masterpieces by Domenico Trezzini houses the State University.
  10. The Winter Palace was erected by Savva Chevakinsky.
  
  Grammar (20)
  
  1. I don"t have ... friends here. I feel lonesome.
  a. Few
  b. Any
  c. Some
  d. A little
  
  2. I... come tommorrow
  a. can"t
  b. am not able to
  c. couldn"t
  d. won"t be able to
  
  3. This dress is ... than others in this shop.
  a. Expensive
  b. More expensive
  c. Expensiver
  d. The most expensive.
  
  4. ...you ... visit museums while travelling?
  a. Will go
  b. Are going to
  c. Will going
  d. Will
  
  5. She is a bright student, she studies...
  a. Good
  b. The best
  c. Better
  d. Well
  
  6. There is a nice view ... the picture.
  a. At
  b. By
  c. On
  d. In
  
  7. "Samson" is ... fountain in Peterhof.
  a. Tall
  b. Taller
  c. The most tall
  d. The tallest
  
  8. Moscow has ... population than Saint Petersburg.
  a. Larger
  b. The biggest
  c. More big
  d. Bigger
  
  9. Which city ... the biggest in the world?
  a. Was
  b. Be
  c. Has
  d. Is
  
  10. The blouse was ... tight to fit him.
  a. Quite
  b. Too
  c. Very
  d. A lot
  
  11. This dress is ... I ever had.
  a. Expensive
  b. More expensive
  c. Expensiver
  d. The most expensive.
  
  12. ...you ... visit museums while travelling?
  a. Will go
  b. Are going to
  c. Will going
  d. Will
  
  13. I was passing ... shop, when I saw him entering the bus.
  a. The
  b. -
  c. By
  d. At
  
  14. If I ... enough time, I would have finished this work already.
  a. Had
  b. Have
  c. Had have
  d. Had had
  
  15. Where ... you ... your week-ends?
  a. Do spend
  b. Spended
  c. Spent
  d. Did spend
  
  16. ... the museum I couldn"t miss the chance to enter it.
  a. Having passed
  b. Passing
  c. Were passing
  d. Having pass.
  
  17. ... you usually ... your breakfast?
  a. Do have
  b. Does has
  c. Do had
  d. Did have
  
  18. I ... to Italy often.
  a. Go
  b. Going
  c. Am going
  d. Goes
  
  19. He is rich. He has ... money.
  a. Much
  b. Many
  c. A lot of
  d. Lots of
  
  20. ... summer is wonderful season.
  a. The
  b. -
  c. A
  d. This
  
  Writing (10)
  Choose the topic and write a composition of 100 words
  
  1. Write about your favourite place (building, museum, monument, park etc.
  2. You have just returned from a trip, write a letter to your tour operator/travel agent"s, describing its advantages and disadvantages.
  3. What is your favourite music style? 4. Summer holidays.
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