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(11-15) 8 Тренировочные тесты для подготовки к ОГЭ

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Test 11

Закончи предложения.

Eating out in America

Eating out in America is an easy and common thing. There are eating places of every sort, informal and small or formal, expensive or inexpensive, and with the food of any country you might like. You choose depending on your purse and mood. If you are going to informal restaurant or café you don’t have to make a reservation first. But if you are going to a respectable restaurant it’s a good idea to reserve a table in advance, otherwise you may not get in. When you finally get your table you are given a menu by the waiter or waitress if it is a café. They give you a little time to look it over and then the person waiting on you comes back and takes your order. Typically you would order a salad; lettuce salad is often the only choice, a main course, and a desert. When you are ready to leave you ask for the bill. Americans often pay with a credit card. After the waiter brings back the receipt you put a 15% on the tray in cash, as tips.

  1. Eating out in America is…

  1. Simple b) unusual c) difficult

  1. You choose depending on …

  1. Location b) amount of money c) your age

  1. If you are going to a respectable restaurant…

  1. Invite your friends

  2. Pay beforehand

  3. Book the table

  1. Typically they order…

  1. Three courses b) only starter c) only desert

  1. After the waiter brings back the receipt….

  1. You only pay for the bill

  2. You leave a small sum of money

  3. You leave your credit card.

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My brother, his wife, and their two daughters came to visit me and I promised the girls to take them (6)___an amusement park. I don’t really like roller coasters, but I knew the kids would like it. (7)___Saturday morning, we drove down to the theme park. We parked and took a shuttle to the park entrance. We looked (8)____the ticket prices and decided to buy a day pass for each of us. Maria, the younger (9)___the two kids, is only 2 years old, and children (10)___three get in free. The first thing we did was stand in line (11)___the biggest attraction in the park: a really big roller coaster. After that we planned to meet near the fountain to watch the parade (12)___2 o’clock. I really don’t like roller coasters. When we got (13)___, I felt queasy and had to sit down (14)___a few minutes before I could walk again. All in all, we had a good day (15)___the amusement park. But, it will be long time (16)___I go on a roller coaster again!

6

A in

B for

C to

7

A on

B in

C by

8

A at

B in

C for

9

A in

B of

C with

10

A over

B under

C about

11

A for

B on

C to

12

A in

B on

C at

13

A on

B off

C up

14

A at

B in

C for

15

A at

B on

C with

16

A before

B for

C after

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Faryl Smith is (17)____(Britain) teen mezzo-soprano who became (18)____(fame) after appearing on television talent show Britain’s Got talent in 2008. Throughout the (19)____(compete) she was the (20)____(favour), but she finished outside the top three in the live final. After the show, she, unlike other (21)___(final), signed a contract with (22)____(universe) Classics and Jazz. Her debut album, Faryl, came out in March 2009. Smith’s second album was Wonderland. The album was well-received by critics, but was not (23)____(success) in the charts. In (24)____(add) to the album she performed at numerous events, including the 2009 Royal variety (25)____(perform). Faryl Smith lives with her parents in Kettering, where she is currently taking a gap year before applying to the Royal Academy of Music.















Test 12

Закончи предложения.

Going to the Theatre

Many big towns in England have professional theatres now. There are about 200 professional theatres in Great Britain but London is the centre of theatrical activity. There are over thirty important theatres in the West End. The Royal Opera House at Covent Garden is the home of opera and ballet. Some theatres stage ‘classics’ and serious drama. A lot of English people are fond of light comedy and musicals. They are very popular in England. The evening performances begin at 7.30 or 8.00 p.m. there is a rush hour at this time in the West End. A lot of people come out of nearby underground station, taxis and private cars drop theatre-goers outside the entrance to each theatre. There is another rush hour when the performances are over. It is certainly not easy to book a seat for a good play in London though the seats are not cheap. That is why some people prefer matinees (they start at 1-3 p.m.) but you will never see famous stars in these performances.

  1. There are over 200 professional theatres in Britain but London is a_____.

  2. The Royal Opera House is a_______.

  3. A lot of English people are fond of_______.

  4. There is a rush hour in the West End______.

  5. It is not easy to book a seat for a good play in London though_____.

  6. Some people prefer matinees but_______.

  1. Not very serious performances.

  2. Theatrical centre.

  3. The tickets are very expensive.

  4. After the working day.

  5. They can’t see famous actors there.

  6. Place where you can see ballet and opera performances.



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The laws (7)____Chess and the (8)____of the (9)_____Chess pieces have been the (10)____since the sixth century of the second millennium. The game was (11)____in China in the 2nd century B.C. but it is not until the 7th century that (12)____is a reference to the (13)____in literature. The first (14)___of Chess is found in a Persian poem. In Russia folk poems Chess is mentioned as a popular game. The growing (15)____ of Chess is proved by a lot of literature that (16)____printed over the last two centuries.

7

A for

B of

C about

8

A move

B moving

C movement

9

A tradition

B traditional

C traditions

10

A same

B alike

C like

11

A found

B seen

C invented

12

A it

B there

C their

13

A play

B game

C playing

14

A say

B mention

C saying

15

A popular

B famous

C popularity

16

A is

B was

C has been

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The Lion and the Mouse

A Lion (17)___(sleep). A Mouse (18)____(run) over his body. He (19)____(wake) and (20)____(catch) her. The Mouse said:”Let me go, and I (21)___(do) you a favour!” The Lion laughed:”What can (22)___(mouse) do to help a lion? I am (23)___(strong0than all of you” but her go. Then the hunters (24)____(catch) the Lion and tired him with a rope to a tree. The Mouse (25)___(hear) the Lion’s roar, (26)___(run), gnawed (перегрызла) the rope through, and said:”You (27)___(remember0? You laughed, not thinking that I (28)____(can) repay, but now you see that a favour may come from a (29)___(small) and (30)___(weak) animal.

In old times (31)___(Egypt) children played similar games to the ones they play today. They also played with dolls, toy soldiers (32)____(wood) animals, balls, marbles, spinning tops. Most children in Egypt didn’t go to school. Instead boys learnt (33)____(farm) or other trades from their fathers. Girls learnt (34)___(sew), (35)___(cook) and other skills from their mothers. Boys from (36)____(wealth) families sometimes learnt to be scribes. They learnt by (37)____(COPY) and (38)____(memorise) and discipline was strict. (39)____(teach) beat naughty boys. The boys learnt reading and (40)____(write) and also mathematics.

























Test 13

Отметьте предложения как правильные (True) или неправильные (False)

The exercise craze

Old and young, men and women are jogging, dancing, jumping up and down, bending and stretching. Exercise is in fashion. Everybody wants to be fit, feel good, look slim, and stay young. It started with jogging. Millions of Americans put on their new coloured sports shoes and fashionable jogging suits and ran through the parks or along the streets for half an hour a day. Then the joggers got the marathon craze. Popular marathons are now held everywhere. Lots of people want to see if they can run 42 kms and do it faster than everyone else. The big city marathons, in London and New York, are important sporting events. Television cameras and newspapers report them in detail. Some remarkable people take part in the marathons: seventy-five year old grandfathers and nine year old grandchildren, and even disabled in wheelchairs. But marathons are not for everyone. Some prefer to get fit at home. For them, there’s a big choice of books, cassettes and video programmers with music and instructions. Sometimes the action is more like dancing than exercises. That’s why one big company calls it ‘ Dancercise’. Taking exercise is only one part of keeping fit. You’ve got to get slim too. Books and magazines about slimming are bestsellers and these days.

  1. Everybody is doing it, old and young, men and women._____

  2. Millions of Americans ran through the parks or along the streets._______

  3. The big city marathons, in London, New York, are important sporting events._____

  4. Everyone takes part in marathons.______

  5. People can’t get fit at home._______



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Water – the Stuff of Life!



What would we do without water? Every (6)___thing needs water. The Earth is the only planet that has water on it, and it is the only planet that has water on it, and it is the only planet known to support life. The Earth is (7)___covered with water. Over three-quarters of the (8)___of the surface is water. Water fills oceans, seas, rivers and lakes. There is also a large amount of water that we (9)___, underground. Most water is in liquid form, but water (10)___also exist in solid ice form, in places (11)___it is very cold. Water can also be in gas form, such as in clouds and as fog. Foggy weather means (12)___there is a lot of water in the air. Without water, (13)____on the Earth would die. All plants and animals need water (14)___ live. People and animals usually get their water (15)___the lakes and streams around them. However, in some countries, people get their water from salty oceans and seas. They must (16)___remove the salt to get drinkable water. How (17)___ desert trees survive in places where there is no water? Plants and trees get their water from the ground (18)___their roots. Their roots must dig deep to get the water (19)___need. Water is the stuff of life!

6

A living

B lived

C live

7

A most

B more

C mostly

8

A earth of

B earth

C earth’s

9

A not see

B don’t see

C doesn’t see

10

A could

B can’t

C can

11

A where

B who

C when

12

A that

B what

C which

13

A all

B everything

C nothing

14

A to

B for

C -

15

A of

B out

C from





16

A at first

B first

C firstly

17

A does

B do

C -

18

A using

B used

C use

19

A it

B their

C they



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Hobbies are usual (20)____(active) for people who lead quiet, relaxed lives. However, people with full, busy, even (21)_____(stress) lives may need hobbies more than the average person. For those who feel (22)___(worry) by (23)___(responsible), it may be difficult to find the time to sit and relax. Hobbies can help people feel that they’re not just ‘sitting around’, but are using their time for something (24)___(product). Many hobbies include group (25)____(product): golfing clubs, knitting circles, and (26)____(create) writing groups are good examples. Hobbies that connect you with others can bring social support, which can bring (27)_____(mean) to life.



The Tale of two Frogs

A group of frogs (28)____(travel) through the woods, and two of them (29)___(fall) into a deep pit when the others (30)___(see) how deep the pit was, they (31)___(tell) the two frogs that they (32)____(be) as good as dead. One of the frogs (33)___(give) up and (34)___(die). The other frog continued to jump as hard as he (35)___(can). Once again, the crowd of frogs yelled at him to stop the pain and just die. He jumped even (36)___(hard) and (37)____(final) (38)___(make) it out. When he (39)____(get) out, the other frogs said, “(40)___(not hear) you us?” the frog explained to them: “I (41)____(think) you (42)___(encourage) me.”



























Test 14

Отметьте предложения как правильные (True) или неправильные (False)

Most British and American state schools provide their students with the option to eat lunch at school, but do they provide them with the option to eat well? Jamie Oliver is one of Britain’s most popular stars. He’s a young cook whose TV and cookery programmes are watched by millions. In his last TV series, he tried to make British school dinner both eatable and healthy. He showed just how poor many school diets were. Many of them contained too many fats and carbohydrates and not enough vitamins. His campaign to get tastier and healthier school meals called Feed me better has caused politicians to take the problem seriously and promise to improve the quality of food on school dinner plates. Obesity is on the increase in all western countries. The biggest causes are bad diet and people being less active than they were in the past. Some people allege that schools also make the problem worse because they allow the sale of fizzy drinks and sugary snacks in school tuck shops and vending machines. Other people believe that advertising is to blame. UK politicians are promoting a voluntary agreement to stop junk food advertising at times when younger children watch the television.

  1. Most teens don’t have healthy food at school________

  2. Jamie Oliver is a famous school teacher.______

  3. J. Oliver’s aim is to change meal at school.______

  4. Teens are getting fatter in western countries.______

  5. School canteens don’t serve fast food.______

  6. Adverts learn teens to eat fast food.______



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What’s (7)___with Junk Food



Too much fat! Hamburgers, pizza, fried chicken and chips (8)___ contain lots of bad fats. Too much fat leads to obesity and it is a risk (9)___the health and causes different (10)___. There is too much salt in junk food. It’s also (11)___ . There is too (12)___ sugar! It spoils teeth and is bad (13)___the blood. Of course, the body needs some fat, salt and sugar for energy (14)___while we (15)___. Probably, it is OK to eat junk food sometimes. Choose grilled fish and chicken instead of fried, vegetarian pizza instead of (16)___meat type pizza.



7

A bad

B different

C wrong

8

A never

B usually

C seldom

9

A to

B for

C from

10

A ill

B sick

C illnesses

11

A harm

B harmful

C harmless

12

A a lot of

B many

C much

13

A of

B for

C because

14

A burning

B to burn

C burn

15

A work and play

B are working and playing

C have worked and played

16

A fat

B fatter

C fatty



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At home, robots can be as helpful as or even (17)___(good) than a human being. Early in the morning when we (18)___( sleep), a small robot can (19)___(bring) us some coffee, even add some spices to the coffee. In the future many disabled people (20)___(have) a domestic robot which (21)____(perform) specific and detailed functions in order (22)___(help) them. The future of robots (23)___(look) bright. A new medical robot (24)___(make) its way to hospitals around the world. This robot (25)___(perform) many surgeries last year, and the company (26)___(look)bat about a 55% increase in its use next year. There (27)___(be) also a Dutch robot (28)___(call) the “TankPitstop” that (29)___(fill) the gas in people’s cars without any help. Sumsung, an electronics company, (30)___(make) a security robot that detects danger. Robots seem to give benefits to the world but there (31)___(be) negative elements about them, for example, people can lose jobs because of the robots.



Lucky British Students



For the last three years, a group of (32)___(luck) 8-10- year-olds have taken part in an (33)___-(excite) experiment: to see if replacing (34)___(tradition) pencil and paper with hi-tech (35)___(interact) desks would help to improve their math skills! 400 students from North East Britain took part in the research project aimed at classroom (36)___(learn) through technology. The new type of desks allowed the (37)___(teach) to give math problems to the students to solve solo or as a group. What was even cooler was that the (38)___(educate) could (39)___(interactive) give (40)___(differ) problems to (41)__(differ) groups and send one group’s answer to another, to see if they agreed.































Test 15

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  1. Tea means two things. It is a drink and a meal! Some people have afternoon tea, with sandwiches, cakes, and, of course, a cup of tea. Cream teas are popular. You have scones ( a kind of cake) with cream and jam.

  2. A traditional English breakfast is a very big meal- sausages, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms. But nowadays many people just have cereal with milk and sugar, or toast with marmalade, jam or honey. Marmalade and jam are not the same. Marmalade is made from oranges and jam is made from other fruit. The traditional breakfast drink is tea, which people have with cold milk. Some people have coffee, often instant coffee, which is made with hot water. Many visitors to Britain find this coffee disgusting.

  3. British like food from other countries, too, especially Italian, French, Chinese and Indian. People often get take-away meals. You buy the food at the restaurant and then bring it home to eat. Eating in Britain is quite international.

  4. On Sunday many families have a traditional lunch. They have roast meat, either feef, lamb, chicken or pork, with potatoes, vegetables and gravy. Gravy is a sauce made from the meat juices.

  5. For many people lunch is a quick meal, in cities there are a lot of sandwiches bars, where office workers can choose the kind of bread they want-brown, white or a roll-and then all sorts of salad and meat or fish to go in the sandwich. Pubs often serve good, cheap food, both hot and cold. School children can have a hot meal at school, but many just take a snack from home.

  6. The evening meal is the main meal of the day for many people. They usually have it quite early, between 6 and 8 p. m., and often the whole family eats together.



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Yesterday I was very angry with my classmates at school because they broke my calculator. I began fighting. While I was fighting, I got a (7)___. In the evening I was sent to (8)___by my parents. The doctor examined my eyes and advised me to wear dark glasses. Then he gave me a (9)_____ because he wanted to take my temperature. The temperature wasn’t high. But I didn’t want to go to school and I said that I had a splitting (10)___. The doctor asked the (11)___to give me some medicine for my headache. “You should take the (12)___three times a day”, he said. When I was going home I slipped, fell and (13)____my leg. I was sent to the local hospital again. The doctor (14)___my leg and put a bandage round my knee and helped me to sit in a(n) (15)___and I was moved to the ward. The (16)___were all asleep in their beds. I wanted to (17)___. In the morning the nurse brought the syringe (шприц) for injections. I was a afraid of them, but the doctor was afraid of complications. In some days I felt (18)___ and left the hospital.

7

A sore throat

B black eye

C cut

8

A hospital

B pharmacy

C ambulance

9

A cold pack

B painkiller

C thermometer

10

A stomachache

B toothache

C headache

11

A nurse

B patient

C friend

12

A light meal

B rest

C pills

13

A chipped

B hurt

C examined

14

A stretched

B examined

C measured

15

A car

B armchair

C wheel chair

16

A doctors

B athletes

C patients

17

A cry

B shout

C laugh

18

A worse

B better

C best





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Survey Questions on Amusement Parks

(19)___(visit) you ever ___an amusement park? If so, what (20)___(be) it called? Where (21)___(be)? What (22)___(be) the best amusement park you have ever visited? Why? What (23)____(be) your favourite/worst ride or activity? Why? How regularly (24)____(visit) you ___amusement parks? (25)___(can) you think of a ride that is both enjoyable and popular? (26)___(be) you afraid of going on scary amusement park rides? What (27)___(be) some famous amusement parks near where you live? (28)___(be) you____-to them? How much (29)___(cost) it___to enter? What rides (30)__(be)___this amusement park famous for? (31)__(have)___you____ any plans to go to an amusement park in the near future?

Ideas Change the World

Centuries ago the libraries in monasteries were the places to hide books. The (32)___(invent) of the (33)___(print) press unlocked the information, opened the books to the public. It marked a great (34)____(politics), economic and (35)___(culture) change. When computers were invented in the 20th century, they were viewed (36)___(original) as engines to do (37)___(calculate). A group of (38)____(America) (39)___(science) began to look at computers as ways to communicate. They had an (40)____(instinct) (41)___(feel) that electronic ( communicate) could become of general use. They believed that the introduction of script technology could make everyone a (42)___(publish) in the situation of the explosion in the information distribution. It was (43)___(possible) to imagine for the original (44)___(invent) of the printing press!

















Test 11: 1-a, 2- b, 3- c, 4- a, 5- b, 6- c, 7- a, 8- a, 9- b, 10-b, 11- c, 12- b, 13- c, 14- c, 15- a, 16- a, 17- British, 18- famous, 19- competition, 20- favourite, 21- finalists, 22- universal, 23- successful, 24- addition, 25- performance.

Test 12:1- b, 2- f, 3- a, 4-d, 5- c, 6- e, 7-b, 8- b, 9- b, 10-a, 11- a, 12- b, 13- b, 14- a, 15-c, 16- c, 17- was sleeping, 18- ran, 19- woke, 20-caught, 21- will do, 22- mice, 23- stronger, 24- caught, 25- heard, 26- ran, 27- don’t remember, 28- are able to, 29- smaller, 30- weaker, 31- Egyption,32- wooden, 33- farming, 34- sewing, 35- cooking, 36- wealthy, 37- copying, 38- memorizing, 39- teachers, 40- writing.

Test 13:1- T, 2- T, 3- T, 4- F, 5- F, 6- a, 7- c, 8- c, 9- b, 10- c, 11- a, 12- a, 13- b, 14- a, 15-c, 16-a, 17-b, 18-a, 19-c, 20- actively, 21- stressful, 22- worried, 23- responsibility, 24- productive, 25- activities, 26- creative, 27- meaning, 28- were travelling, 29- fell, 30- saw, 31- told, 32- were, 33- gave, 34- died, 35- could, 36- harder, 37- finally, 38- made, 39- got, 40- didn’t you hear, 41- thought, 42- were encouraging,

Test 14:1- T, 2-F, 3- T, 4-T, 5- F, 6- T, 7- c, 8- b, 9- b, 10- c, 11-b, 12-c, 13-b, 14- a, 15- b 16-c, 17- better, 18- are sleeping, 19- bring, 20-will have, 21- will perform, 22- to help, 23- looks, 24- is making, 25- has performed, 26- is looking for, 27- is, 28- called, 29- fills, 30- made, 31- are, 32- lucky, 33- exciting, 34- traditional, 35- interactive, 36- learning, 37- teacher, 38- education, 39- interactively, 40- different, 41- different.

Test 15: 1- B, 2- E, 3-A, 4- F, 5-D, 6- C,7-b, 8- a, 9-c, 10- c, 11- a, 12- c, 13- b, 14- b, 15- c, 16- c, 17- a, 18- b, 19- have visited, 20- was, 21- was, 22- was, 23- is, 24- do visit, 25- could, 26- are, 27- are, 28- have been, 29- does cost, 30- is, 31- did have, 32- invention, 33- printed, 34- political, 35- cultural, 36- originally, 37- calculations, 38- American, 39- scientists, 40- instinctive, 41- feeling, 42- communication, 43- publisher, 44- impossible, 45- invention..






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