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Контрольная работа по английскому языку в 9 классе

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Контрольная работа в 9 классе

Unit III   V-I

  1. Complete the sentences. Use about, for, from, of, in, to.
  1. John’s mother complains __ his constant use of the mobile.
  2. My granny thanked me __ helping her.
  3. I will do everything I can to prevent you__ going there.
  4. We are looking forward __ our visiting Greece.
  5. We are not going to participate __ decorating the hall.
  6. They are sure Alexandre is guilty__ spreading such rumours.
  7. My parents strongly object _my working on the computer more than 3 hours a day.

 

  1. Translate these sentences into Russian.
  1. Who will be the first to finish the job?
  2. John is a difficult person to understand.
  3. James is the person to ask for help.
  4. Kitty was the last to know the truth.
  5. I think it is the most interesting book to read.

 

  1. Complete the sentences with the suitable infinitives: to understand, to fly, to read, to know, to buy, to see.
  1. This is the book for you__.
  2. She will be the last person __ the truth.
  3. The old lady is difficult __.

 

4. Fill in the missing words to complete the sentences.

  1. The car broke __ at the beginning of our trip.
  2. The whole situation was so absurd that the friends broke __ laughter.
  3. I don’t like it when you break _____ my conversations with other people.
  4. The storm broke__ at night and in the morning the garden looked terrible.
  5. The horses broke __ a gallop as soon as they heard the gun shooting.

 

 

Контрольная работа в 9 классе

Unit III       V-II

  1. Complete the sentences. Use about, for, from, of, in, to.
  1. I think you should apologize __ your rude words.
  2. I have been dreaming ___ visiting London since I started learning English.
  3. They will never forgive you __ your telling lies.
  4. Justin stopped us ___ buying that camera.
  5. I am not used __ drinking coffee without milk.
  6. My friends really succeed__ learning French.
  7. My sisters have always been interested__ collecting Barbie dolls.

 

  1. Translate these sentences into Russian.
  1.  I think the article is easy to translate.
  2. This is a performance to see.
  3.  That was the cheapest camera to buy.
  4.  Who was the man to discover Australia?
  5. This is just the hotel to stay at.

 

  1. Complete the sentences with the suitable infinitives: to understand, to fly, to read, to know, to buy, to see.
  1. This is the film __.
  2. Who was the first man __ into space?-Y.Gagarin was.
  3. This is the money __ the dictionary you need.
  1. Fill in the missing words to complete the sentences.

      1) The burglars broke __ the house at midnight.

      2) The storm broke __ at night and ruined a lot of plants in our garden.

      3) My washing  machine was broken__.

      4) After five hours of rain the sun finally   broke__ the clouds.

      5) When Mrs Brettell saw the photo of her missing son she broke _____    

           tears.

5. Read the text and match its paragraphs (1-6) with the titles (a-g). There is one title you don’t have to use.

A. Attracted by the Moon forever

B. A sickle Moon a sign of good fortune

C. Life regulated by the Moon

D. Supersticious beliefs

E. Lunatics and their behaviour

F. Real life not dependent on the Moon

1. Today most of us are pretty used to the moon. There it is in the sky — crescent or half or full. Years ago people lived by the changing phases of the moon. They kept calendars and holidays by the moon. They planted seed in the spring's new moon and harvested in the autumn's full moon. And fish¬ermen all over the world told the morrow's weath¬er by the moon.

 

2. For many people the moon long remained a mysterious heavenly body that could bring good fortune or ill. It could bring good luck if it was a new moon and you had silver coins in your pocket to jin¬gle. A new moon was also the time to make a wish, take a trip, go a-courting, or cut your hair.

 

3. But the moon could bring bad luck, too. If you saw a woman comb¬ing her hair in the light of the full moon, or you planted seed dur¬ing the full moon, you would have bad luck. Almost everyone believed that if you slept with moonlight on your face, you'd go crazy. Indeed so many people believe this that we get the word lunatic from the Latin word for moon, luna.

 

4. Today, of course, we know that none to these things is true. You can sleep in the moonlight and wake up as normal as you were yes¬terday. You might harvest your crops in the full moon with poor results or harvest in a sickle moon and do well. You might start your vacation during the new moon and have a flat tire right away.

 

5. Nevertheless, there it is. the moon, hanging up there in the sky, seeming to change its shape before our very eyes. No wonder people continue to be fascinated by it. Since the beginning of time, they have tried to explain how it got there and why it behaves the way it does. The first people to try to explain the creation and behaviour of the moon were tribal poets and storytellers. There are hundreds of folktales about the moon.

 

 

5. Read the text and match its paragraphs (1-6) with the titles (a-g). There is one title you don’t have to use.

A. Attracted by the Moon forever

B. A sickle Moon a sign of good fortune

C. Life regulated by the Moon

D. Supersticious beliefs

E. Lunatics and their behaviour

F. Real life not dependent on the Moon

1. Today most of us are pretty used to the moon. There it is in the sky — crescent or half or full. Years ago people lived by the changing phases of the moon. They kept calendars and holidays by the moon. They planted seed in the spring's new moon and harvested in the autumn's full moon. And fish¬ermen all over the world told the morrow's weath¬er by the moon.

 

2. For many people the moon long remained a mysterious heavenly body that could bring good fortune or ill. It could bring good luck if it was a new moon and you had silver coins in your pocket to jin¬gle. A new moon was also the time to make a wish, take a trip, go a-courting, or cut your hair.

 

3. But the moon could bring bad luck, too. If you saw a woman comb¬ing her hair in the light of the full moon, or you planted seed dur¬ing the full moon, you would have bad luck. Almost everyone believed that if you slept with moonlight on your face, you'd go crazy. Indeed so many people believe this that we get the word lunatic from the Latin word for moon, luna.

 

4. Today, of course, we know that none to these things is true. You can sleep in the moonlight and wake up as normal as you were yes¬terday. You might harvest your crops in the full moon with poor results or harvest in a sickle moon and do well. You might start your vacation during the new moon and have a flat tire right away.

 

5. Nevertheless, there it is. the moon, hanging up there in the sky, seeming to change its shape before our very eyes. No wonder people continue to be fascinated by it. Since the beginning of time, they have tried to explain how it got there and why it behaves the way it does. The first people to try to explain the creation and behaviour of the moon were tribal poets and storytellers. There are hundreds of folktales about the moon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Контрольная работа в 9 классе

Unit III V-I

  1. Complete the sentences. Use about, for, from, of, in, to.

  1. John’s mother complains __ his constant use of the mobile.

  2. My granny thanked me __ helping her.

  3. I will do everything I can to prevent you__ going there.

  4. We are looking forward __ our visiting Greece.

  5. We are not going to participate __ decorating the hall.

  6. They are sure Alexandre is guilty__ spreading such rumours.

  7. My parents strongly object _my working on the computer more than 3 hours a day.



  1. Translate these sentences into Russian.

  1. Who will be the first to finish the job?

  2. John is a difficult person to understand.

  3. James is the person to ask for help.

  4. Kitty was the last to know the truth.

  5. I think it is the most interesting book to read.



  1. Complete the sentences with the suitable infinitives: to understand, to fly, to read, to know, to buy, to see.

  1. This is the book for you__.

  2. She will be the last person __ the truth.

  3. The old lady is difficult __.



4. Fill in the missing words to complete the sentences.

  1. The car broke __ at the beginning of our trip.

  2. The whole situation was so absurd that the friends broke __ laughter.

  3. I don’t like it when you break _____ my conversations with other people.

  4. The storm broke__ at night and in the morning the garden looked terrible.

  5. The horses broke __ a gallop as soon as they heard the gun shooting.





Контрольная работа в 9 классе

Unit III V-II

  1. Complete the sentences. Use about, for, from, of, in, to.

  1. I think you should apologize __ your rude words.

  2. I have been dreaming ___ visiting London since I started learning English .

  3. They will never forgive you __ your telling lies.

  4. Justin stopped us ___ buying that camera.

  5. I am not used __ drinking coffee without milk.

  6. My friends really succeed__ learning French.

  7. My sisters have always been interested__ collecting Barbie dolls.



  1. Translate these sentences into Russian.

  1. I think the article is easy to translate.

  2. This is a performance to see.

  3. That was the cheapest camera to buy.

  4. Who was the man to discover Australia?

  5. This is just the hotel to stay at.



  1. Complete the sentences with the suitable infinitives: to understand, to fly, to read, to know, to buy, to see.

  1. This is the film __.

  2. Who was the first man __ into space?-Y.Gagarin was.

  3. This is the money __ the dictionary you need.

  1. Fill in the missing words to complete the sentences.

1) The burglars broke __ the house at midnight.

2) The storm broke __ at night and ruined a lot of plants in our garden.

3) My washing machine was broken__ .

4) After five hours of rain the sun finally broke__ the clouds.

5) When Mrs Brettell saw the photo of her missing son she broke _____

tears.





5. Read the text and match its paragraphs (1-6) with the titles (a-g). There is one title you don’t have to use.

A. Attracted by the Moon forever

B. A sickle Moon a sign of good fortune

C. Life regulated by the Moon

D. Supersticious beliefs

E. Lunatics and their behaviour

F. Real life not dependent on the Moon

1. Today most of us are pretty used to the moon. There it is in the sky — crescent or half or full... Years ago people lived by the changing phases of the moon. They kept calendars and holidays by the moon. They planted seed in the spring's new moon and harvested in the autumn's full moon. And fish¬ermen all over the world told the morrow's weath¬er by the moon.


2. For many people the moon long remained a mysterious heavenly body that could bring good fortune or ill. It could bring good luck if it was a new moon and you had silver coins in your pocket to jin¬gle. A new moon was also the time to make a wish, take a trip, go a-courting, or cut your hair.


3. But the moon could bring bad luck, too. If you saw a woman comb¬ing her hair in the light of the full moon, or you planted seed dur¬ing the full moon, you would have bad luck. Almost everyone believed that if you slept with moonlight on your face, you'd go crazy. Indeed so many people believe this that we get the word lunatic from the Latin word for moon, luna.


4. Today, of course, we know that none to these things is true. You can sleep in the moonlight and wake up as normal as you were yes¬terday. You might harvest your crops in the full moon with poor results or harvest in a sickle moon and do well. You might start your vacation during the new moon and have a flat tire right away.


5. Nevertheless, there it is... the moon, hanging up there in the sky, seeming to change its shape before our very eyes. No wonder people continue to be fascinated by it. Since the beginning of time, they have tried to explain how it got there and why it behaves the way it does. The first people to try to explain the creation and behaviour of the moon were tribal poets and storytellers. There are hundreds of folktales about the moon.





5. Read the text and match its paragraphs (1-6) with the titles (a-g). There is one title you don’t have to use.

A. Attracted by the Moon forever

B. A sickle Moon a sign of good fortune

C. Life regulated by the Moon

D. Supersticious beliefs

E. Lunatics and their behaviour

F. Real life not dependent on the Moon

1. Today most of us are pretty used to the moon. There it is in the sky — crescent or half or full... Years ago people lived by the changing phases of the moon. They kept calendars and holidays by the moon. They planted seed in the spring's new moon and harvested in the autumn's full moon. And fish¬ermen all over the world told the morrow's weath¬er by the moon.


2. For many people the moon long remained a mysterious heavenly body that could bring good fortune or ill. It could bring good luck if it was a new moon and you had silver coins in your pocket to jin¬gle. A new moon was also the time to make a wish, take a trip, go a-courting, or cut your hair.


3. But the moon could bring bad luck, too. If you saw a woman comb¬ing her hair in the light of the full moon, or you planted seed dur¬ing the full moon, you would have bad luck. Almost everyone believed that if you slept with moonlight on your face, you'd go crazy. Indeed so many people believe this that we get the word lunatic from the Latin word for moon, luna.


4. Today, of course, we know that none to these things is true. You can sleep in the moonlight and wake up as normal as you were yes¬terday. You might harvest your crops in the full moon with poor results or harvest in a sickle moon and do well. You might start your vacation during the new moon and have a flat tire right away.


5. Nevertheless, there it is... the moon, hanging up there in the sky, seeming to change its shape before our very eyes. No wonder people continue to be fascinated by it. Since the beginning of time, they have tried to explain how it got there and why it behaves the way it does. The first people to try to explain the creation and behaviour of the moon were tribal poets and storytellers. There are hundreds of folktales about the moon.





















































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