Контрольная по английскому a hungry swimmer

 

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Данная контрольная работа по английскому языку представляет собой тест. Данный тест по английскому языку относится к среднему уровню сложности. Этому тесту можно присвоить уровень intermediate.

 

A hungry swimmer

 

TASK №1 Different tenses


Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

Who’s that lady who …... a red pullover?

wears

is wearing

wore

has worn 

 

The petrol was too expensive so they …. their car/

sold

has sold

were selling

has been selling

 

…. out last night? - Yes, I ….. to the pictures.

have you been, want

have you been, was going

did you go, was going

did you go, went

 

Yesterday I …. a friend who … from holiday in Turkey.

met, had just come

had met, just came

met, has just come

had met, has just come

 

Just a minute. I …. if she’s in.

am asking

will ask

ask

am going to ask

 

What is this water for? – I …. my car in the garage.

wash

have washed

was washing

am going to wash

 

The girl says that the train …. in a quarter of an hour.

is leaving

was leaving

leaves

has left

 

We … our English exam from 1 to 3 tomorrow.

will have taken

will be taking

take

will take

 

Please be free on Friday. We … to a party and we … you to come with us.

are going, want

will go, will want

are going, are wanting

go, want

 

Have you told them when you … back?

are being

will be

are

are going to

 

TASK №2 Passive voice
Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

The gates … at seven o’clock every evening.

lock

are licked

locked

have been locked

 

In this picture a man … by a dog.

is following

is followed

follows

is being followed

 

My bike is not there! It …, I’m sure.

was stolen

has been stolen

was being stolen

is being stolen

 

If he … I’ll quit, I promise.

was promoted

will be promoted

is promoted

has been promoted

 

How much money…?

were they stolen

they had stolen

did they steal

were they being stolen

 

There people … last month to do the work.

were paid

paid

have been paid

were being paid

 

Did you ask them …?

when the house was built

when did the house build

when was the house built

when the house build

 

Do you think the book … well next month?

will sell

sells

will be sold

is sold

 

He told me those trees … down very soon.

are going to be cut

are being cut

are cutting

are cut

 

… this years by an experienced optician?

have you been tested your eyes

have your eyes been tested

were you tested your eyes

were your eyes tested

 

TASK №3
Read the text and choose the answer (a, b, c or d) that best fits each gap.

A Hungry Swimmer
Once a teacher was giving his class a lesson (1)_____ sports and keeping fit. The class consisted of thirty (2) ______ boys who usually listened to their teacher attentively. The teacher told them about the importance of keeping fit. They discussed jogging, going to gyms, doing morning exercises. The boys seemed (3) ______ and the teacher was pleased they had understood (4) _______ he was trying to say.
“Swimming is also very (5) _______ if you want to be in good form. You are lucky if you live near a river or a sea, because you can go swimming (6) ____ morning, afternoon and evening. The more you swim, the stronger your arms and legs are. Swimming also given you (7) ______ energy. I’ve got friend who lives near a river. Every day he gets up and swims across the river three times before breakfast”, said the teacher.
(8) ___ he looked at the class the noticed that one bay (9) ___. “Why are you smiling, Pete? You don’t believe that a well trained person can do that, (10) _____?” asked the teacher. The boy said “Yes, sir. I was (11) ___ thinking about your friend. I guess he should do that four times”. The teacher surprised at the boy’s answer. “Why (12)_______ is that?” he asked/ “To get back to his clothes and his breakfast”, said the boy.

a) on b) of c) after

a) twelve-years-old b) twelve-year-olds c) twelve-year-old 

a) interested b) interesting c) interest

a) what b) that c) what about

a) useful d b) helpful c) handful

a) at every b) on every c) every

a) many b) a lot of c) much

a) if b) as c) because

a) had smiled b) would smile c) was smiling

a) can’t he b) do you c) isn’t it

a) just b) ever c) always

a) ever b) on earth c) for sure

 

TASK №4
Read the text and answer the questions

English people do not talk as much Europeans do. If you travel by train for an hour, people will not talk to you during the journey. And if you are not silent they will think you are not being polite. This is true about everything. But on the whole the English are very friendly. If toy ask them the way to some place they will tell you everything you must know.
In every street of London you will find a policeman. They are always ready to help. When you have a problem, you can ask a policeman and he will do all that he can do. Most of them are tall and good-looking men, but there are also some women. The policemen and policewomen usually walk around the city, but they can have a motorbike or a car if they want to get to some place very fast.

Why mustn’t you talk to people on trains?

Can you ask people the way in the streets?

Who must you ask for help if you have a problem in London?

Are there only men in the police?

Why do the police use cars and motorbikes?

 

TASK №5
Correct the mistakes in the following sentences. There is only one mistake in each sentence. The mistakes can be in grammar, spelling or vocabulary.

Does she got two children?

I think he is teacher

I don’t know the Russian very well

I saw three olds ladies in the park.

Mike went to the shop for to buy some bread.

I’m going to first interview tomorrow.

Ann never phone me

The girl wanted the apple bigger.

I’m liking your cooking so much.

Don’t forget your hat because is snowing outside..

 

TASK №6
Translate the sentences

Дети убирали свою комнату, а мама готовила обед.

Что это ты пьешь?

Я не смотрела телевизор на этой неделе.

Этот дом был построен в 1934 году.

Где ты собираешься провести каникулы?

Вы уже закончили?

Она иногда говорит сама с собой

Ты можешь дать мне немного воды?

Мне убрать эти книги?

Я думаю, это самый интересный город в мире

 

TASK №7 Conditionals
Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

Everything … all right if they … on time.

will be, come

will be, will come

would be, come

is, comes

 

What … if you were me?

you would to do

you would do

would you do

would you to do

 

If you … ice, it usually ….

heat, will melt

will heat, melts

will heat, will melt

heat, melts

 

How long … wait for me tomorrow?

you would

you will

would you

will you

 

I wouldn’t argue if I … you

am

will be

was

were

 

If you … late, we … without you.

are, will leave

were, will leave

will, will leave

will be, will leave

 

I … rather stay at home.

will

would

am

wouldn’t

 

You wouldn’t understand this in English, …?

is it

wouldn’t you

isn’t it

would you

 

If she … time, she … you this evening.

has, will phone

has, phones

had, would phone

had, phoned

 

If he … time, he … you this evening, but he’s very busy.

has, phones

has, will phone

had, phoned

had, would phone

 

TASK №8 Reported speech
Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. My friend … he was very proud of me.

said

told

spoke

talked

 

They … me I couldn’t stay longer.

said

told

spoke

talked

 

She asked … her in this difficult situation

will I help

would I help

if I will help

if I would help

 

I didn’t know … she wanted to know.

that

where

what

which

 

No one said where … the night.

had they spent

they had spent

they spent

did they spent

 

He answered that he … for a phone call and … speak.

is waiting, can’t

was waiting, can’t

was waiting, couldn’t

is waiting, couldn’t

 

He didn’t tell us … to the party.

if he will come

if he would come

whether he will come

would he come

 

Mary asked us … the room on the left.

so that we don’t enter

not to enter

to not enter

that we didn’t enter

 

I have already said that I … part in the show.

won’t take

haven’t take

wouldn’t take

wouldn’t be taking

 

Mr. Jones tries to explain that he … his secretary since Tuesday.

hadn’t seen

hadn’t been seeing

didn’t see

hasn’t seen

 

TASK №9 Odd one out
Choose the word that does not belong to the group

a) star

moon

plant

sun

 

2. a) stone
b) ground
c) land
d) earth

3. a) water

ocean

continent

sea

 

4. a) forest
b) field
c) tree
d) birch

a) garden

 

b) hill
c) flower
d) grass

a) island

continent

mountain

seaside

 

 

a) fine

b) how
c) well
d) badly

a) warm

wide

cold

hot

 

a) rise

separate

explorer

continue

 

a) star

sun

night

moon

 

TASK №10
Read the text and do the tasks that follow

Pantomimes are very popular in Britain at Christmas. Most big towns and cities have their own pantomime. This is a humorous musical play usually performed in the open air. A pantomime is usually based on a traditional story everyone knows, and the show itself is very exciting, with lots of jokes, songs and dancing. Sometimes the audience takes part in the performance, too.
The tradition began over two hundred years ago and has been a part of Christmas celebrations ever since. At first it was merely an entertainment for children, but now adults enjoy it as much. Of course, there have been a lot of changes over the years. Some elements like joking and singing were added, but the basic plot has remained the same. Every pantomime must have three main characters: a young man, a young lady and a “dame”. The first two always marry at the end, and the dame, the comic figure, tries to prevent them from doing it.
There are all possible kinds of pantomimes and a lot of famous singers or comedians take part in them. Thus the old tradition is enriched with modern ideas and fresh forces, which is so typical of the British.

Choose the best sentence ending (a, b, c or d) which is true to the text

Pantomimes

are a sort of entertainment for children

started not so long ago

are absolutely the same in every area

have the same principal characters

 

The principal characters

are always played by pop singers

are found in every pantomime

are all comic figures for people to laugh at

are always performed by famous comedians

 

New ideas

bring life into old stories that the pantomimes are based on

can prevent the characters from getting married

make people feel sorry and sad

are something pantomimes can’t do without

 

The songs and dances in pantomimes

have been a part of every pantomime from the very beginning

were added to please the children

are one of those new ideas which didn’t let pantomime die

have always been the funniest part if them

TASK №11
The parts of following text are all mixed up. Put them in the right order.

(A) It wasn’t strong because it was very hungry. But he didn’t let the people touch him and ate the food they gave him only after they had gone away.
(B) He got off the train at the next station, bought a piece of meat and caught the dog. He brought the dog home again.
(C) At home John tied him up with a rope for a week. At the end of the week he put a collar on the dog.
(D) When the dog was strong enough he ran away and the Smiths could not find him. A few months later when John was in a train he saw his dos running along the road.
(E) Once John Smith and his wife Mary, who lived in a small house in the mountains, found a dog. It was a very strange dog..
(F) There was a metal plate on the collar with the Smiths’ address. They thought people would bring him home when he ran away again.