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1. Вы услышите 5 коротких текстов (1—5). Устано­вите их соответствие с вопросами (A—F). Один вопрос лишний. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Вы услышите тексты дважды.

Holiday fun for young visitors

Which entertainmentis the best for... ?

A.parents spending time with their children
who would like to be close to animals.

B. little children who are fond of comics and

С very active children whose parents work the whole weekend.

D. children who are fond of something
connected with sport.

E. a group of teens from a school swimming

F. Children from poor families to spend time
before lunch.



2. Вы услышите текст. Выберите правильный вари­ант ответа (а — True, b — False, с — Not stated). Занеси­те свои ответы в таблицу. Вы услышите текст дважды.

The big party

1. Harriet Reeves never thought about people
around her.
a) True b) False c) Not stated

2. Harriet Reeves was very poor when she

a) True - b) False c) Not stated

3. A year later she got a lot of flowers on her

a) True b) False c) Not stated

4. Harriet Reeves often organized parties for

a) True b) False c) Not stated

5. Nobody came to the> party because they
didn't know about it.

a) True b) False c) Not stated



3. Прослушайте текст. Закончите предложения (1—5), выбрав правильный вариант (a—d). Занесите свои от­веты в таблицу. Вы услышите текст дважды.

Thomas Coryate

1. Thomas Coryate liked Italy very much because

a) he found some strange people there.

b) he saw many interesting things there.

c) he learnt how to use spoons.

d) he had many good memories about it.

2. The Italians used forks because

a) it was modern.

b) it was advisable.

c) people sometimes had dirty hands.

d) people wanted to look civil.

3. Thomas invited his friends to dinner because

a) he wanted to see them after his long


b) he wanted to tell them some stories about


c) he wanted to show them his diary.

d) he wanted to show them the invention.

4. The guests looked at Thomas in surprise


a) they had never seen a fork before.

b) Coryate washed his hands before the meal.

c) Coryate ate meat with his dirty hands.

d) Coryate spoke Italian.

5. The guests began to laugh because

      : ■ ■

a) Coryate told them some jokes

b) Coryate's fork fell down.

c) they found the forks funny.

d) they thought the Italians werefunny.




1. Прочитайте тексты (1—5) и установит»их соответ­ствие с заголовками (А—F). Один заголовоклишний. За­несите свои ответы в таблицу.

Travelling by air

1. If you are very tali, you mayprefer an aisle seat. This will hopefully give you0 chance to stretch your legs into the aisle fromtime to time. Even better is to get a «bulkhead float»: there is usually more legroom in those positions.Remem-

ber, -however, that those seats go quickly; you should book ahead!

2. If you feel some discomfort, the best way is to
empty your stomach, "Barf bags" are usually in
the pouch (кармашек) on the back of the seat in
front .of you. Using them reduces and/or elimi­
nates the discomfort.

3. Because of the altitude (высота), airplanes can
also be quite cold (especially the floor). I always
take a jacket with me on the plane and take one of
the blankets that the airline provides. Wool socks
are not a bad idea either. On the larger planes,
there is usually a little fan that blows on you.

4. Most of the large jets have sound systems
built-in. Many of the newer planes also have built-in
TV systems for movies. Usually, you have to pay a
small fee (generally around five US dollars) to rent
headphones if you want sound. The sound can be
bad as the tapes are played over and over again.

5. US airplanes are pretty good about standard
diet preferences (предпочтения), but you have to
help them out. If you are vegetarian or keep ko­
sher, tell your travel agent when you buy the tick­
et, and the airlines will usually accommodate you
to your demands.



B. Food

C. Temperature

D. Space limitations
\ E. Air sickness

F. Fear of flying




2. Прочитайте текст. Выберите правильный вариант ответа (а — True, b — False, с — Not stated). Занесите , свои ответы в таблицу.

The seven wells

Long-long ago in one village there were problems with water. So, the men dug seven wells that started to give some water to the local people.

Once, a German man was chosen as the head of the village. He was a wise man and he offered the people to take water free. So everybody was happy to get as much water as they needed.

That man had seven sons. The youngest, whose name was Fritz was the healthiest and strongest in the family. In his childhood he noticed that when some water was taken from the wells, it splashed on the ground. So he didn't like that and once said to his father, "When I grow up, I'll ask the village people to pay for the water from the wells. They splash too much water on the ground". "On, no!" said his father, "water is the most precious thing in this land. It should be free."

A few years passed. The old German died. Then his six sons died of some disease one by one, and Fritz was made head of the village. He immediately made his wish come true. He said to the villagers that from that day they should pay for the water from the wells. All the wells were locked and Fritz kept the keys to the wells.

An old soldier came to the village. He was tired and thirsty and asked for some pure water. Fritz didn't let him drink because the soldier had no money to pay for it. The soldier begged Fritz to help him. But it was all in vain. When the soldier was dying, he cursed (проклял) Fritz.

After his death one of the wells was open but the water disappeared from it. When Fritz's servant opened the other six wells and found no water there, he told it to his master. Fritz was furious. Thus he was punished for his cruelty.

1. There were problems with water in all
villages of this country.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

2. Fritz didn't like people to splash water on
. the ground.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

3. The oldest son became t'he head of the

a) True b) False c) Not stated

4. Fritz gave water to the villagers twice a

a) True b) False c) Not stated

5. Fritz was punished for his kindness.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

3. Прочитайте текст. Закончите предложения (1—5), выбрав правильный вариант (a—d). Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

Two candidates

Mr Stone was a very clever man whose thoughts were always on learning. When he applied for a post at Camford University, his friends had no doubts that he would get the job. Even though there were hundreds of candidates willing to try their luck, he made up his mind to take part in the

contest. Arriving at Camford, a very small town, he learnt that the only hotel was already full. So, he had to stay in the same room with another candidate, a cheerful fellow called Adams, about twenty years younger that himself. The committee listened to all the candidates and only two of them, Mr Stone and Mr Adams, were chosen because it seemed impossible to decide who was more skilful. That is why, they were both asked to prepare a report on ancient Greece and to give a lecture on the subject in three days' time.

Mr Stone almost stopped eating and, sleeping. He worked day and night, arranging his thoughts, writing out and learning his lecture by heart. As for Adams, he didn't seem to do any preparation. He spent most of his time playing tennis and going to parties and did not return to his room till


On the day of the lecture Mr Stone, waiting for his turn to speak, discovered that his speech had disappeared. Turning his head, he saw Adams take the stolen speech out of his pocket and heard him read it to the audience. Adams read it so well that when he finished there was a storm of applause. Mr Stone was too much upset to protest. So, when his turn came, he could only repeat the same speech word for word, in a low voice.

When the committee went out to decide who the successful candidate was, everyone was sure what their choice would be. However, when the Dean gave Mr Stone's name at last, nobody could believe it! They all had admired Mr Adams's remarkable speech so much! Asked for explanation, the Dean said:

"The reason why we have chosen Mr Stone is that he was able to repeat from memory a brilliant lecture he had never heard before. What a memory must he have! And a fine memory is quite necessary for this post."

As they walked out of the room, the Dean came up to Mr Stone and, shaking his hand, said: "Congratulations, Mr Stone! However, let me give you a piece of advice. Be more careful and don't leave valuable papers lying about!"

1. Mr Stone's friends had no doubts that he
would get the job because

a) they knew the Dean well.

b) lie was talented enough and hardworking.

c) everyone had given him much useful advice.

d) he was the only candidate.

2. The committee asked both Mr Stone and Mr
Adams to prepare a report on ancient Greece

a) the subject was exciting to study.

b) the students of the University hadn't
learnt this subject.

c) the committee decided to find out which of
the candidates was more skilful.

d) the committee wanted more information
about ancient Greece.

3. Mr Stone had to repeat the speech after Mr Adams because

^) Mr Stone hadn't prepared his own speech. b) Mr Adams had stolen Mr Stone's lecture. c)Mr Stone didn't like the way Mr Adams read the report.

d) Mr Stone didn't want their lectures to differ.

4.Nobody doubted that Mr Adams was the
successful candidate because

a) he looked clever and skilful.

b) he had brilliant ideas.

c) he had read the lecture perfectly.

d) Mr, Stone didn't participate in the contest.,

5. The Dean chose Mr Stone for the job because

a) they were relatives.

b) the Dean admired Mr Stone's memory.

c) the Dean felt pity for Mr Stone.

d) the Dean guessed the real reason for Mr
Stone's "failure".

ваться большим спросом) that there 5)__ not

enough rabbits to go round."

"So what do you do?"

"I mix in a little horse meat."

"Horse meat!" exclaimed 6)_____ friend. "How

7)_____ horse meat do you put in?"

"About fifty-fifty," replied the butcher.

"What do you mean fifty-fifty?"

"One horse to one rabbit".






1. Прочитайте текст. Заполните пропуски (1—7) соот­ветствующими по смыслу словами и фразами. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

A clever butcher

Everybody in the town knew that butcher, be­
cause he 1)_____ famous for his rabbit pies. The

butcher used to 2) the pies without any­
body's help. As time went by, however, the cus­
tomers (покупатели) started to complain that his
pies weren't quite as nice as they used to 3)______

One day a friend said, «Horace, what 4) happened to your rabbit pies? They don't taste very good».

"Well between you and me», said the butcher, "my pies have been in such great demand (пользо-

2. Прочитайте текст. Измените слова справа так, что­бы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текста. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

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