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Контрольная работа по английскому языку в 10

классе 1 четверть (1 вариант)

1. You will hear a talk of two friends. Decide which of the facts below (1-7) are true, false or not mentioned.

1) Sharon and Alex work together.

2) Sharon doesn’t look fine.

3) Sharon is not going to consult a doctor.

4) Sharon explains what is happening to her.

5) Alex is ready to do some part of Sharon’s work.

6) Sharon is going to spend a of of time in the open air during the coming weekend.

7) Sharon thinks she will hardly have time to have a rest during the coming weekend.

2. Read the texts (a-g) and match them with the titles (1-8). there is one title you don’t need.

1. Not Just Fun

2. Running For Heart and Mind

3. United By The Game

4. I Want To Be A Coach

5. Team Work in Sport and Life

6. Next Year We Win

7. Learning From Father

8. School between Practices

 

A. I believe playing sports is more than an activity to fill your day, it can teach important life lessons. When I was a child, my dad spent a lot of time teaching me how to play different sports. He told me that if I can succeed in sports, I can succeed at anything in life. He used to say, ‘It’s not about how good you become. It’s about working hard to get where you want to be.’

 

B. I like bicycles. Group rides help me to get new skills and make new friends. I try to apply the tactics of group riding to team work in the real world. In the perfect group ride, each rider takes a turn leading the pack, while the others enjoy the benefits of drafting. I think this way of working is a great method for approaching a group task anywhere.

 

C. I believe in the power of running. Running should not be a battle for your body but rather a rest for your mind. I felt this last fall, when I was running in the park. Suddenly I felt as if I could have run forever, as if I could use running as a source of therapy for my body. Running allows the body to release different types of stress and even change our understanding of life.

 

D. My father coached basketball every day of his life, and I was right there with him in the gym watching him work his magic. Basketball appears entertaining and exciting. But the path to success is not simple. My father always told me, ‘Nothing is free.’ I took this advice and ran with it. I truly believe that only practice and determination lead to success.

 

E. Baseball is so much more than a sport. One of the powers of baseball is that it brings people together. It unites fans of all ages, genders, and nationalities. No matter who you are, you can be a baseball fan. My mom and I have one unspoken rule: no matter what has been going on before, no fighting at the game.

 

F. I believe that you must always be loyal to the sport teams you support. The teams I follow in the United States generally lose many more than they win. The start of each season brings dreams of victory in baseball, basketball or football, dreams that fade away soon. But then there is always next year. It will be our year for sure.

 

G. I was determined to join the swim team. I knew I would get my strengths and learn my weaknesses there. Waking up early for 6:30 a.m. practices is what swim team is all about, as it helps us get into state. On a long school day you think about the practice in the pool after school. You want to hear the crowd cheering you, telling you that you have to do more than your best.

 

 

3. Choose the appropriate forms of the verbs in brackets to complete the sentences.

 

1. Where is Dad?- He (watches/is watching) TV in the living room. 2. I (don’t usually eat/am not eating) sweet things. But today is my birthday and I (am eating/eat) some birthday cake as you see. 3. What (does your dad do/is your dad doing)? – He is a photographer. 4. I opened the window, it (rained/was raining) heavily. A cold wind (blew/was blowing). 5. The other day I (see/saw) my cousin in Apple Street. She (was walking/walked) very fast in the direction of the bank. 6. We (have been waiting/have waited) for you for about an hour. 7. They (learnt/have learnt) several poems by heart this year. 8. We are not sure if a car parade (will hold/will be held) this year. 9. If Dorris (returns/will return) not later than six, we (are able/will be able) to go shopping this evening. 10. Mr. Lewis said Roy (will/would) do everything according to our plan. 11. The soup was tasteless and Jack (was still eating/had already eaten ) it when Rose ran into the kitchen. 12. By the time we ( arrived/had arrived ), our friends ( did/had done ) all the job.

 

4. Use the necessary words to complete the sentences.

 

in vain, beating, familiar, furniture, appreciate, raised, bare necessities, crackled, single

 

1. His face looks _______ to me. Where could I see him. 2. Mothers sometimes complain that their children don’t _______ them enough. 3. Every time I hear this tragic music my heart begins _______ faster. 4. The wood _______ in the fireplace. 5. Victor spent an hour trying to do the sum but _______. 6. There were two pieces of _______ in the living room. 7. Please state if you are _______ or married.8. Some families don’t have enough money for the _______. 8. She was _______ by her grandparents.

 

5. Read the text and choose the appropriate words to complete it.

 Childhood memories

I was told my father was killed in the war. Whenever I questioned my mother about his death, she didn't _______ any more than that he had been killed fighting on the Western Front only days before the peace treaty with Germany was signed. Grandma said my dad had been а brave man, and once when we were 2________ in the house she showed me his medals. My grandpa rarely 3________ an opinion on anything, but then he was hard of hearing so he might not have heard the question in the first place.

The only man I can 4 ________ was my uncle Stan who used to sit at the top of the table at breakfast time. When he left in the morning, I 5 _______ to follow him to the city docks where he worked. Every day I spent at the dockyard was an adventure. Cargo ships came from distant lands and unloaded their wares: rice, sugar, bananas and many other things I’d never heard of. Once the holds had been emptied, the dockers would load them with salt, tin, 6 _______ coal (my least favourite because it was an obvious clue to what I’ve been doing all day and annoyed my mother), before they set off again. I always wanted to help my uncle Stan unload 7 _______ ship had docked that morning but he just laughed, saying “All in good time, my lad.” It couldn't bе soon enough for me.

1) talk            2) speak            3) tell            4) say 

2 1) single        2) only              3) lonely        4) alone 

3 1) offered      2) proposed      3) requested    4) invited 

4 1) recover      2) repeat          3) remember    4) remind 

5 1) used           2) kept            3) held             4) made 

6 1) still            2) even            3) just              4) yet 

7 1) whatever    2) wherever   3) whenever     4) whoever


 

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Контрольная работа по английскому языку в 10

классе 1 четверть (1 вариант)

1. You will hear a talk of two friends. Decide which of the facts below (1-7) are true, false or not mentioned.

1) Sharon and Alex work together.

2) Sharon doesn’t look fine.

3) Sharon is not going to consult a doctor.

4) Sharon explains what is happening to her.

5) Alex is ready to do some part of Sharon’s work.

6) Sharon is going to spend a of of time in the open air during the coming weekend.

7) Sharon thinks she will hardly have time to have a rest during the coming weekend.


2. Read the texts (a-g) and match them with the titles (1-8). there is one title you don’t need.

1. Not Just Fun

2. Running For Heart and Mind

3. United By The Game

4. I Want To Be A Coach

5. Team Work in Sport and Life

6. Next Year We Win

7. Learning From Father

8. School between Practices

 

A. I believe playing sports is more than an activity to fill your day, it can teach important life lessons. When I was a child, my dad spent a lot of time teaching me how to play different sports. He told me that if I can succeed in sports, I can succeed at anything in life. He used to say, ‘It’s not about how good you become. It’s about working hard to get where you want to be.’

 

B. I like bicycles. Group rides help me to get new skills and make new friends. I try to apply the tactics of group riding to team work in the real world. In the perfect group ride, each rider takes a turn leading the pack, while the others enjoy the benefits of drafting. I think this way of working is a great method for approaching a group task anywhere.

 

C. I believe in the power of running. Running should not be a battle for your body but rather a rest for your mind. I felt this last fall, when I was running in the park. Suddenly I felt as if I could have run forever, as if I could use running as a source of therapy for my body. Running allows the body to release different types of stress and even change our understanding of life.

 

D. My father coached basketball every day of his life, and I was right there with him in the gym watching him work his magic. Basketball appears entertaining and exciting. But the path to success is not simple. My father always told me, ‘Nothing is free.’ I took this advice and ran with it. I truly believe that only practice and determination lead to success.

 

E. Baseball is so much more than a sport. One of the powers of baseball is that it brings people together. It unites fans of all ages, genders, and nationalities. No matter who you are, you can be a baseball fan. My mom and I have one unspoken rule: no matter what has been going on before, no fighting at the game.

 

F. I believe that you must always be loyal to the sport teams you support. The teams I follow in the United States generally lose many more than they win. The start of each season brings dreams of victory in baseball, basketball or football, dreams that fade away soon. But then there is always next year. It will be our year for sure.

 

G. I was determined to join the swim team. I knew I would get my strengths and learn my weaknesses there. Waking up early for 6:30 a.m. practices is what swim team is all about, as it helps us get into state. On a long school day you think about the practice in the pool after school. You want to hear the crowd cheering you, telling you that you have to do more than your best.



3. Choose the appropriate forms of the verbs in brackets to complete the sentences.


1. Where is Dad?- He (watches/is watching) TV in the living room. 2. I (don’t usually eat/am not eating) sweet things. But today is my birthday and I (am eating/eat) some birthday cake as you see. 3. What (does your dad do/is your dad doing)? – He is a photographer. 4. I opened the window, it (rained/was raining) heavily. A cold wind (blew/was blowing). 5. The other day I (see/saw) my cousin in Apple Street. She (was walking/walked) very fast in the direction of the bank. 6. We (have been waiting/have waited) for you for about an hour. 7. They (learnt/have learnt) several poems by heart this year. 8. We are not sure if a car parade (will hold/will be held) this year. 9. If Dorris (returns/will return) not later than six, we (are able/will be able) to go shopping this evening. 10. Mr. Lewis said Roy (will/would) do everything according to our plan. 11. The soup was tasteless and Jack (was still eating/had already eaten ) it when Rose ran into the kitchen. 12. By the time we ( arrived/had arrived ), our friends ( did/had done ) all the job.


4. Use the necessary words to complete the sentences.


in vain, beating, familiar, furniture, appreciate, raised, bare necessities, crackled, single


1. His face looks _______ to me. Where could I see him. 2. Mothers sometimes complain that their children don’t _______ them enough. 3. Every time I hear this tragic music my heart begins _______ faster. 4. The wood _______ in the fireplace. 5. Victor spent an hour trying to do the sum but _______. 6. There were two pieces of _______ in the living room. 7. Please state if you are _______ or married.8. Some families don’t have enough money for the _______. 8. She was _______ by her grandparents.


5. Read the text and choose the appropriate words to complete it.

 Childhood memories

I was told my father was killed in the war. Whenever I questioned my mother about his death, she didn't _______ any more than that he had been killed fighting on the Western Front only days before the peace treaty with Germany was signed. Grandma said my dad had been а brave man, and once when we were 2________ in the house she showed me his medals. My grandpa rarely 3________ an opinion on anything, but then he was hard of hearing so he might not have heard the question in the first place.

The only man I can 4 ________ was my uncle Stan who used to sit at the top of the table at breakfast time. When he left in the morning, I 5 _______ to follow him to the city docks where he worked. Every day I spent at the dockyard was an adventure. Cargo ships came from distant lands and unloaded their wares: rice, sugar, bananas and many other things I’d never heard of. Once the holds had been emptied, the dockers would load them with salt, tin, 6 _______ coal (my least favourite because it was an obvious clue to what I’ve been doing all day and annoyed my mother), before they set off again. I always wanted to help my uncle Stan unload 7 _______ ship had docked that morning but he just laughed, saying “All in good time, my lad.” It couldn't bе soon enough for me.

1) talk            2) speak            3) tell            4) say 

2 1) single        2) only              3) lonely        4) alone 

3 1) offered      2) proposed      3) requested    4) invited 

4 1) recover      2) repeat          3) remember    4) remind 

5 1) used           2) kept            3) held             4) made 

6 1) still            2) even            3) just              4) yet 

7 1) whatever    2) wherever   3) whenever     4) whoever







Контрольная работа по английскому языку в 10

классе 1 четверть (2 вариант)

1. You will hear a talk of two friends. Decide which of the facts below (1-7) are true, false or not mentioned.

1) Sharon and Alex work together.

2) Sharon doesn’t look fine.

3) Sharon is not going to consult a doctor.

4) Sharon explains what is happening to her.

5) Alex is ready to do some part of Sharon’s work.

6) Sharon is going to spend a of of time in the open air during the coming weekend.

7) Sharon thinks she will hardly have time to have a rest during the coming weekend.


2. Read the texts (a-g) and match them with the titles (1-8). there is one title you don’t need.

1. Musical performance

2. Attractive landscape

3. Perfect holidays

4. Portrait of a girl

5. Film for all ages

6. Exciting hobby

7. Colourful festival

8. Interesting book

 

A. This is a full-length (ninety minutes) cartoon, which is entertaining for both adults and children over six. The animation and colour are of very high quality and the story has lots of fun and excitement. The plot is quick moving and full of surprises. There’s romance, action, comedy, music and lots of fantastic songs and dances.

 

B. This is a full-blooded magnificently written portrait of history’s most fascinating woman. Readers will lose themselves for hours in this richly entertaining novel full of dramatic twists and turns. From the spectacular era that bears her name comes the spellbinding story of Elizabeth I — her tragic childhood, her confrontation with Mary, Queen of Scots and her brilliant reign.

 

C. The young woman is shown in a “shepherdess” hat and white dress, recalling a classical chiton. The background landscape, common in such paintings, seems to indicate the heroine’s closeness to nature, to the ordinary joys of life. The painter’s colour range — at times as translucent as porcelain, at others muted like mother -of- pearl — is based upon subtle plays of gray and green, light blue and pink.

 

D. In this picture one is struck by the artist’s absolute mastery in portraying natural details, whether the dry, sandy soil of the forest, the clear stream of water in the foreground, the yellow bark and fluffy needles of the pines, or the sense of a bright, clear, calm summer day. The artist managed to create an image familiar to anyone who has seen a Russian forest.

 

E. Have a good time on the most lively and exciting island in the Caribbean. Relax under a palm tree on the white sandy beaches. Swim in the clear, blue sea. Listen to the bands playing Calypso music. Or get really adventurous and go scuba diving for sunken treasure on the sea bed. Join in the many cultural celebrations we offer, for example the sugar harvest festival.

 

F. This event is considered the greatest attraction for visitors to the Isle of Man. No definite date can be given, but it is normally held between 5th and 15th July. The Pageant begins at about 8 p.m. First we are given a glimpse of village life in Celtic times. Then suddenly Viking long ships appear and then there are scenes of war. Then Celts and Vikings unite, and the Manx nation is born. The actual Pageant is followed by a grand torchlight procession and firework display.

 

G. Do you like Latin American dancing? Do you want to dance like you see in the films and on the stage? Do you want to feel the rhythm of the music in your body and in your soul? Do you want to meet other people who have a love for the same music as you? If you have answered “Yes” to any of these questions, join our Latin dance classes on Thursday night between seven and ten. All are welcome.

3. Use the appropriate forms of the verbs in brackets to complete the sentences.


1. Ice (melts/is melting) in a warm climate. 2. What (does Bob do/is Bob doing)? – He (is having a shower/has a shower). 3. Where (does Mr Ross live/is Mr. Rose living)? – He lives at 20 Oxford Street. 4. When we turned the corner, we (noticed/were noticing) Jill. She (spoke/was spoking) to a young man in a military uniform. 5. Beatrice ( was having/had had ) a swimming class at 3 o’clock yesterday. 6. My aunt (has been looking/ has looked) for her keys since morning and she (hasn’t found/hadn’t found) them yet. 7. She said she (will be/would be) beating herself up for the incident. 8. I couldn’t understand why Jessica (raised/was raising) her voice while speaking to us. 9. If I (am/will be) free on Saturday, I (be/will be) delighted to join your party. 10. We are sure he (will win/would win). 11. Andy came and said that they (were writing/had been writing) their tests for half an hour. 12. By the time we (returned/had returned), the competition (began/had begun).


4. Use the necessary words to complete the sentences.


precious, mirror, solved, sharp, level, in common, research, shy, senior citizens


1. The terrible crime has never been _______ . 2. He and his girlfriend have a lot of interests _______ . 3. Gold and silver are _______ metals. 4. She is always _______ about speaking in public. 5. Before leaving the house she looked at herself in the _______. 6. You should come at 7 o’clock _______. 7. Recent _______ shows that the situation is improving. 8. The _______ of crime is really high. 9. We should have some clubs for _______ in our town.


5. Read the text and choose the appropriate words to complete it.

The dream bridge

This is a real life story of engineer John Roebling building the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, USA back in 1870. The bridge was completed in 1883, after 13 years. In 1869, a creative engineer named John Roebling was ______ by an idea to build a spectacular bridge connecting New York with the Long Island. ______, bridge building experts throughout the world thought that this was an impossible task. They 3______ Roebling to forget the idea, as it just could not be done and it was not practical. It had never been done before.

Roebling could not ignore the vision he had in his mind of this bridge. He thought about it all the time and he knew ______ in his heart that it could be done. He just had to ______ the dream with someone else. After much discussion and persuasion he ______ to convince his son Washington, an up and coming engineer, that the bridge in fact could be constructed.

Roeblling had never had any projects with his son before. Working together ______ the first time, the father and son developed concepts of how it could be accomplished and how the obstacles could be overcome. With great excitement and enthusiasm, and the headiness of a wild challenge before them, they hired their crew and began to build their dream bridge.

 1 1) inclined   2) involved   3) included   4) inspired

2 1) However   2) Although   3) Moreover   4) Therefore

1) talked   2) told   3) said   4) spoke

4 1) deep   2) far   3) full   4) long

5 1) join   2) unite   3) share   4) divide

1) succeeded   2) handled   3) maintained   4) managed

7 1) in   2) on   3) at   4) for







Задания 32 — 38 1

32   4

33   4

34   1

35   3

36   1

37   2

38   1

Key answers: 2

32      4

33      1

34      2

35      1

36      3

37      4

38      4   





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