Итоговые контрольные работы по английскому языку
5) Valentina Tereshkova is a selfless …
a) astronaut b) cosmonaut c) nurse
Контрольные и проверочные
Методическая разработка для студентов 1 курса СПО
Автор: Альхимович Елена Александровна
Учебное заведение: ЧПОУ Анапский индустриальный техникум
Краткое описание работы: данная работа представляет собой сборник грамматических упражнений для проверки знаний студентов по основным гр. темам
Контрольная работа по английскому языку по разделу “Round – Up Lessons” 4 класс
Автор: Емельяненко Татьяна Викторовна
Учебное заведение: Гимназия ДВФУ
Краткое описание работы: Промежуточный контроль, позволяющий диагностировать результаты усвоения пройденного материала в I четверти 4 класса в разделе «Повторение» УМК — IV авторов И. Верещагина, О. Афанасьева
Контрольно-измерительные материалы по иностранному языку
Автор: Тиунова Елена Владимировна
Учебное заведение: ГБПОУ ВМТ
Краткое описание работы: Комплекс оценочных материалов
Тест для поваров
Автор: Струкова Елена петровна
Учебное заведение: КГБПОУ Зеленогорский Техникум Промышленных технологий и Сервиса
Краткое описание работы: . 1.Подберите русские эквиваленты к английским словам на тему «Персонал предприятий общественного питания. Посуда»: 2.Подберите английские эквиваленты к русским словам на тему «Персонал предприятий общественного питания. Посуда»:
Контрольная работа по английскому языку, 4 класс 3 четверть (по УМК Кузовлева)
Автор: Черепанова-Чайка Светлана Валерьевна
Учебное заведение: МБОУ ООШ №89
Краткое описание работы: Контрольная работа включает в себя задания по темам «Дом» и «Город». Проверяет знание слов, называющих предметы обстановки дома, 3 форму неправильных глаголов, различение прошедшего простого и настоящего завершенного времен глаголов, умение ориентироваться по указаниям направления, знание порядковых числительных.
Контрольная работа по английскому языку, 6 класс 3 четверть (по УМК Кузовлева)
Автор: Черепанова-Чайка Светлана Валерьевна
Учебное заведение: МБОУ ООШ №89
Краткое описание работы: Контрольная работа представляет собой задания на проверку знаний по темам «Здоровье» и «Погода». Помимо заданий на проверку знания лексического материала, включает в себя задания с модальными глаголами must/should и условными предложениями (1 типа).
Пример анализа контрольной работы по английскому языку
Автор: Полях Ульяна Сергеевна
Учебное заведение: МБОУ СОШ №50 г.Шахты
Краткое описание работы: Разработан в помощь начинающему педагогу. Можно применять к любому из предметов школьной программы.
Контрольная работа на тему “Степени сравнения прилагательных”
Автор: Новожеева Виктория Викторовна
Учебное заведение: МБОУ СОШ № 1 п. Клетня Брянской области имени генерал-майора авиации Г.П. Политыкина
Краткое описание работы: В работе представлены четыре варианта контрольных заданий на тему «Степени сравнения прилагательных». 4 класс.
Тренировочные упражнения по теме “Present Simple Passive”
Автор: Бурта Данута Михайловна
Учебное заведение: ГУО «Средняя школа №14 г.Солигорска»
Краткое описание работы: Present Simple Passive
Лексико – грамматический тест по теме “Продукты” для учащихся 6 класса
Автор: Боронина Софья Сергеевна
Учебное заведение: МКОУ «Специальная школа № 106»
Краткое описание работы: Лексико — грамматический тест для учащихся 6 класса, изучающих английский язык по серии учебников Spotlight. В данном тесте проверяется умение учеников использовать неопределённые местоимения some / any, наречия » few / a few / little / a little / much / many» и изученную лексику по Модулю 9 » Food and Refreshments».
Итоговые контрольные работы по английскому языку
Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A — F и утверждениями, данными в списке 1-7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.
Which speaker says that …
1. friendship is a great thing?
2. he has very few friends?
3. his friend is so dear to him?
4. friends are stealers of time?
5. animals can be friends, too?
6. a bosom friend makes your life happier?
7. friends must help each other?
1. Прочитайте текст и выполните задания А1-А6. В каждом задании обведите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.
New Yorkers used to see the graffiti on the walls of poor neighbourhoods and subway trains as an example of young people rebellion. The slogans were seen as aggressive, the work of vandals seeking to express their identities or even make a political point. Up to the 1970s, most New Yorkers hated graffiti.
Since those days, graffiti has changed a lot and it is not longer found only in the subway and in the poor areas of the city. Nowadays, it has the status of “street art” and you get graffiti in places where you would not expect to – in advertisements, on clothes, on toys, and even on the Wall Street Journal’s official website! In the early 1980s, there was a real craze for graffiti art and the sophisticated Manhattan art world had displays of street art in its galleries. Then trend was short-lived – until the arrival of hip-hop music in the late 80s.
In her book, Subway Art, Martha Cooper says, “Graffiti came back with hip-hop music and people are now appreciating it for its style, which they couldn’t back then, because they couldn’t get beyond the vandalism thing.” Hip-hop was originally black music, sung by young African Americans from the poor, run-down districts of American cities. When it suddenly got to the top of the American music charts, hip-hop culture was spread, bringing graffiti with it.
Today companies are starting to use the appeal of graffiti in advertising. Kel Rodriguez, who used to spray New York subway trains, was the artist chosen to design the Wall Street Journal’s website and it is obviously done in graffiti style.
Many of this new wave of artists give lectures on developments in the art. Lee Quinones is having a lot of success in Europe and feels that European galleries and museums are more open to this art form. “They want to support an artist as he develops,” comments Quinones, who can get up to $10,000 for his paintings. Indeed, the Groninger Museum in Holland is one of the few museums in the world that displays and recognizes graffiti as an art form.
Another artist, Blade, has his own website devoted only to the world of graffiti. This website has ‘a page’ where Blade sells things with his own original designs all over the world – everything from baseball caps to yo-yos! Leonard McGurr, a street artist for 25 years, went from painting subway trains to designing and marketing graffiti-inspired clothes for young people. “Graffiti has been a story of survival,” he says. “There’s a way to benefit from your work without spoiling public property.”
A1 According to the article, people did not like graffiti because…
1 nobody understood it.
2 it made cities ugly.
3 it considered to be the work of hooligans.
A2 Nowadays people’s attitude towards graffiti is …
1 not as bad as it used to be.
2 worse than before.
3 the same as in the past.
A3 What do graffiti and hip-hop have in common according to the article?
1 They are both illegal.
2 They are both examples of political views.
3 They came from similar background.
A4 What is said in the article about graffiti artists?
1 Most of them moved to Europe.
2 Some of them are treated as respected artists.
3 They haven’t learnt how to draw properly.
A5 Lee Quinones thinks that graffiti is more popular in Europe because…
1 graffiti artists can make money more easily there.
2 graffiti is taken more seriously there.
3 European museums and galleries have more space for graffiti as an art form.
A6 Some graffiti artists make money by…
1 painting subway trains.
2 selling painted street walls.
3 selling products with graffiti design on them.
2. In Britain today, more and more young people want to be independent and live apart from their parents.
1. Which of the following problems are discussed in the article?
1. For teenagers leaving home is a route to independence.
2. For many young people leaving home may cause a lot of problems.
3. Most young people hope to have their own house or flat.
4. Teenagers leave home in search of more exciting lives.
5. A lot of teenagers want to run away from their homes, which are overcrowded and unhappy.
6. Young people who study away from home get help from their parents.
7. Unemployment among home-leavers is a problem.
WHAT MAKES OUR CHILDREN LEAVE HOME?
ABOUT 20% of British teenagers leave home after the age of 16. Some of them are students. They get help from the government (grants) or their parents to study away from home but they go back home during their holidays, so they have not really left.
MOST of the 20% leave home because they want to get work and experience of the world. However, accommodation is a big problem. Sometimes young people share flats, but most young people have to live in bedsitters that are rooms you sleep and live in. Some bedsitters have washinf and cooking facilities.
SOMETIMES, young people live in empty houses. This is called squatting. There are also hostels for the homeless. The main problems are loneliness, getting a job and being able to do the washing and cooking. In Britain, however, it is natural for children to leave home. In fact, only 9% of people aged over 65 live with their children and many older parents who cannot look after themselves have to live in old people’s homes.
2. Choose the correct ending.
3. Accommodation is…
a) when a person lives alone
b) when a person is homeless
c) when a person lives in an empty house
b) financial help from government
c) financial help from parents
b) some place to live
c) being a student
1. Fill in the articles with geographical names where necessary:
1….…Lake Superior is one of the Five Great Lakes in ……..USA.
2…….England is washed by ……..Straits of Dover.
3…….Alps is the best place for skiing for millions of tourists and famous sportsmen.
4. Can you show ….…Australia on the map?
5…….. Everest has been conquered by some of the alpinists.
6. He took part in the expedition across …….. Gobi Desert.
2. Прочитайте отрывок из журнальной статьи. Заполните пропуски B2 – B8 словами LIKE или AS.
B2 ________ their parents forty years ago, young people today say, “Our parents don’t understand us. They treat us B3 _______ babies! ‘Don’t speak to me B4 _______ that!’ – is the only expression they know.” B5 ______ their parents did many years ago, a lot of parents today complain that their children never listen to them, “Talking to them is B6 ________ talking to the wall.” B7 _______ the results of the survey show, all the British teenagers today want to earn money and be independent of their parents. Prof. Barton, who organised the survey, admits at the same time that British teenagers, B8 _______ many young people in other industrial countries, have a great deal of independence nowadays.
IV. Cultural awareness.
For statements 1-7, decide which of them are TRUE and which of them are FALSE. Tick the necessary box
1. In Britain you can’t get your ears pierced without your parents’ permission if you are 15.
2. In Britain you can get married before you can get a driving licence.
3. In Britain you can’t buy fireworks until you are 16.
4. In Britain at the age of 13 you can’t go to prison.
5. In Britain you can’t buy a pet without your parents’ consent if you are under the age of 12.
6. In Britain you are considered to be an adult when you are 17.
7. In Britain you can smoke at any age.
I don’t see any reason to have friends. When you really need help, they simply run away and don’t care for you anymore. At the same time they insist on your helping them in everything, spending time with them, listening to them, lending them money. I’d better do something for myself instead of hanging around with them throwing my good money on tins of beer.
I don’t think I can call those boys my son’s friends. They come to our place so often because of my being an important person in this little town, because we have a better VCR, because we use the Internet unl imitedly, because of our being better off. But they seldom invite him to their parties or streetball matches. They never help him with his problems which he has as a newcomer. This is only an illusion of friendship, but I don’ t know what I can do about it.
I am not very social, that’s a mere fact. I don’t have dozens of friends. So what? I had only one friend when I was at school, but it was the friend I could confess to, could rely upon. I would not need another one, but Andie died in a car accident five years ago. For a long time I had nobody to talk to but my parents and my younger sister. But now I have another friend. We have come through a few things together and I know that Lynn is a friend indeed.
If you want my opinion, I really believe that friendship is the best thing in the world. Friendship gives you support and understanding. Friends rarely quarrel or fight, they discuss problems they have and get along very well. Having a friend is much better than having a brother or a sister. Siblings often rival for their parents’ love, struggle for the computer, count who has got more sweets. Disgusting!
I wish I had a real friend. Only one! My life would be much happier, much brighter then. We’d walk together, share our secret thoughts, our problems with parents and schoolmates. We’d help each other with homework and could share books, hobbies and interests. We’d listen to music together, speak about singers, groups and styles, and maybe we’d visited a rock festival. We’d visit London and what not!
I’m a happy person, I have a loyal friend in whom, I’m sure, beats a loving heart. He always feels my mood, and if I am sad, he is sure to be sad, too. When I have a wish to walk, he is always ready. I’m sure he’ll never tell my secrets to anyone. Dogs can’t talk, you know. But they can make great friends. The more I know dogs, the stronger I believe they are wonderful friends and companions.