TASK 1 AUDING
Listen to the text and decide if the sentences below are true (T) or false (F).
____The girl’s name is Mary Brown.
____She is nine.
____She is glad that today is Sunday.
____She doesn’t like to go to school.
____Her birthday party begins at 2 o’clock.
____Her friends didn’t come to her birthday party, because they were at school.
____Her parents’ present was a CD player.
____She likes to ride her bicycle.
____She doesn’t like to read.
____She likes books better than videos or music.
TASK 2 READING
What do these signs mean? Circle the correct option.
a) open in the evenings
11. Open 8:30-6.30, Monday-Saturday b) open every day
c) not open on Sundays
a) no bikes on the grass
12. Don’t ride your bike on the grassb) park your bikes on the grass
c) leave your bike at home
a) see you later
13. Welcome to Boston b) this is way to Boston
c) we hope you have a nice time here in Boston
a) don’t turn right
14. Keep to the rightb) look to your right
c) stay on the right side
a) this is hotel room
15. Class 2Ab) this is a classroom
c) this is a train
Read the following information and decide if the sentences below are true (T) or false (F).
Oscars – Brasserie Restaurant – an exclusive European – style restaurant with adjacent bar lounge at the south end of the Viewing Mall. Openings hours: Restaurant 12 noon – 3.00pm, 6.00pm – 10.00pm. Telephone 545-3177
Le Cafe – specialises in Indian, Malay and local food, and western favourites. At the centre of the Viewing Mall. Open 8.00 am – 10.30pm. Telephone: 545-2413
Sakura Japanese Restaurant – a traditional Japanese restaurant serving typical Japanese dishes with style and grace. Open 11.00am – 3.00pm and 6.00pm – 10.00pm.
Oscars offers European food
Le Cafe is at the south end of the Viewing Mall
Sakura is a traditional Japanese restaurant
All restaurants are open at 8.00am
Sakura has a bar lounge
TASK 3 USE OF ENGLISH
Match the definitions to the words:
21. get on a bus here a) cinema
22. play sports here b) bank
you can 23. buy things here c) leisure centre
24. watch films here d) bus station
25. get money here e) shops
Circle the odd word in each group:
26. table chairwindowbed stool
27. bear funnyfoxelephanttiger
28. hot coldbluesadtired
29. chicken eat duck parrot penguin
30. TVcomputervideo player mobile phoneCD
Underline the correct word:
31. It’s very hot today. Where’s my T-shirt/jacket?
32. Linda’s cold. She’s looking for her scarf/dress.
33. Let’s play volleyball. I’ve got my shoes/trainers here.
34. My mum’s eyes are fair/grey.
35. My brother’s hair is reddish-brown/tall.
Find the mistake in each sentence and correct it. Use encrypted words (зашифрованные слова) in brackets.
Example: The British have a sweet tooth (htoto)
They like eating sweet things like cakes and ___________. (dipudgns)
A lot of people in England eat _____________ for lunch. (dwasnecehs)
There are a lot of sandwiches _____________ in London. ( hssop)
During ____________ like Christmas and Ester the British eat more sweet things. (ldihoyas)
English ____________ is very strong. They make it in a teapot. ( eta)
Put the verbs “has”, “does”, “is”.
Mary … a clever girl.
Jane … two sisters.
Mr. Brown … not read magazines.
She … got a lot of friends.
When … your father come home?
Put in the missing words.
argue, fights, TV set, argument, get onMy son’s Tom, 7, and Chris, 15, often have 46.__________________. They don’t 47._____________ with each other. They often 48.________________about things because they refuse to share them. For example, we have only one 49________________, and Tom’s favourite film was on TV, but Chris wanted to see the World Cup so they had a fight again. My husband and I had an 50.__________________about this conflict.
ANSWER SHEET 1
ANSWER SHEET 2
USE OF ENGLISH
Part 3 Part 4
Part 5 Part 6
TASK 4 SPEAKING
Speak on studies at school (school subjects).
TASK 4 SPEAKING