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Контрольная по английскому состоит из шести заданий. Есть грамматические задания. Также необходимо перевести английский текст. Чтобы правильно перевести английский текст, необходимо повторить лексику английского языка.




Английский язык. Контрольные работы.

Чтобы основательно выучить английский язык, необходимо время от времени выполнять контрольные по английскому.

I. Прочитайте и перепишите следующие предложения, подчеркните в каждом из них модальный глагол. Переведите письменно эти предложения на русский язык.

When we went to the forest we could smell burning.
Mary should have gone to bed earlier last night.
Michael mustn’t drive without headlights, it’s forbidden.
He asked what time he might arrive for an interview.
We ought to wash the dishes but we needn’t dry them.

II. Прочитайте и перепишите приведенные ниже предложения, подчеркните в каждом из них синоним или эквивалент модального глагола. Определите модальный глагол, синонимом или эквивалентом которого он является. Переведите предложения на русский язык.

Образец выполнения 1:
These machines are to replace the old Эти механизмы должны заменить старое
equipment of our shop. оборудование нашего цеха.
Are to - синоним модального глагола can в Present Indefinite Active, мн. число.

We were able to persuade them to go with us.
I am afraid I won’t be allowed to come to the party next week.
My friends are to meet tomorrow in the cafe.
He is so rich that he doesn’t have to work.

III. Прочитайте и перепишите приведенные ниже предложения. Подчеркните в каждом из них глагол в Passive Voice, проанализируйте данные глаголы и письменно переведите эти предложения на русский язык.

Образец выполнения 2:
The following examples were made use of. Были использованы следующие примеры.
Were made - Past Indefinite Passive от нестандартного глагола to make.

In India right hand is used for eating.
She thought the arrow could be poisoned.
The dinner will be served by five o’clock tomorrow.
She was heard practising the piano yesterday.
Most children are strongly influenced by their parents.

IV. Прочитайте и перепишитеследующие предложения. Подчеркните в них глаголы to be, to have. Определите по грамматическим признакам, являются ли указанные глаголы:
а) смысловыми; б) вспомогательными; в) эквивалентами или синонимами модального глагола (какого); г) глаголом-связкой.

Our teacher told us we had two hours to explore the toy store.
There were ice and roller skates, skateboards and bicycles of any shape and colour.
It was difficult but we were able to persuade them.
Gary Kasparov has got an excellent memory and ability to calculate and think ahead.

V. Перепишите предложения с выделенными в них словами и переведите данные предложения, обращая внимание на перевод выделенных словосочетаний.

It was his room where he lost his key.
It is my best friend who always helps me in any situation.
I like neither football nor hokey.
This old woman never learnt either history or geography.
Both the children and the parents enjoyed the performance. 

VI. Прочитайте и письменно переведите следующий текст.


Education after 16 is voluntary in United Kingdom. Students, who live in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland must take at the age of 16 the examinations for the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE). In Scotland students receive the Scottish Certificate of Education. After this exam students can choose to stay on in school or attend colleges of further education.
British universities are self-governing and are guar­anteed academic independence. Funding for education and research is provided by funding councils set up by Parliament. The number of universities jumped in 1992 when polytechnics and some other higher education establishments were given the right to become universities. By the end of 1994, there were some 90 universities, almost half of them former polytechnics, including the Open University.
Many of the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge uni­versities were founded in the 12th and 13th centuries. All other universities in Britain were founded in the 19th and 20th centuries. The Open University, based in Milton Keynes, England, was founded in 1969. It uses extension techniques of correspondence courses, television and radio programmes, and video cassettes, supported by local study centres and summer schools, to provide higher education opportunities to a wide variety of people.
During the 1960s there was a significant increase in the number of new universities, reflecting a fast growth in student numbers. During the 1980s, an expansion in higher education places led to another large jump in student numbers. In the 1992-1993 academic year there were more than 1.4 million students in full or part-time higher education in Great Britain, compared with just under 850,000 a decade earlier. About one quarter of young people are in higher education in England, Wales, and Scotland; one third in Northern Ireland. About 90 per cent of students get state grants to cover tuition fees and living costs.
The size of the grant is determined by parent’s income. Since the late 1980s, however, grants have been frozen; students can apply for a student loan.