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Spotlight 11: Student’s book. Workbook. Test booklet / Английский язык 11 класс

Spotlight 11: Student’s book. Workbook. Test booklet / Английский язык 11 класс

Подробности
Категория: Spotlight – Английский в фокусе

Год выпуска: 2009, 2010 г.
Автор: Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley, Bob Obee, Olga Afanasyeva, Irina Mikheeva /
Афанасьева Ольга Васильевна, Дули Дженни, Михеева Ирина Владимировна, Оби Боб, Эванс Вирджиния
Издатель: Просвещение, Express Publishing
Язык курса: Английский
Формат: PDF
Качество: Отсканированные страницы
Кол-во страниц: 390
ISBN: 978-5-09-029305-1
Серия: “Английский в фокусе”

Описание: Учебник является центральным элементом учебно-методического комплекта серии “Английский в фокусе” для 11 классов общеобразовательных учреждений. Отличительной особенностью УМК является модульное построение учебника, наличие аутентичного материала о России, заданий, соответствующим требованиям международных экзаменов, готовящим постепенно к Единому государственному экзамену по английскому языку. Учебник получил положительные заключения РАН и РАО на соответствие федеральному компоненту Государственного образовательного стандарта среднего (полного) общего образования. Рекомендовано Министерством образования и науки Российской Федерации.

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Spotlight 11. Аудиокурс к УМК для 11 класса

 

Spotlight 11. Аудиокурс к тестовым заданиям для 11 класса.

 

Hamlet (11 кл.)

 

Spotlight 11 Listening Tests. / Английский в фокусе – Аудиокурс к тестовым заданиям для 11 класса.

Test – 1 (00:00:00)

Test – 2 (00:02:43)

Test –3 (00:07:40)

Test – 4 (00:12:49)

Test – 5 (00:16:31)

Test – 6 (00:19:19)

Test – 7 (00:23:28)

Test – 8 (00:25:16)

 

Key to Tests

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Входной контроль 11 класс Английский язык. “Спотлайт 11”

Спецификация теста по английскому языку для 11 класса

за первое полугодие 2017-2018 уч. г.

  1. Формат итоговой промежуточной аттестации (согласно Учебному плану МБУ лицея №76 на 2017-2018 уч.год – тестирование.

  2. Сроки(дата) проведения: сентябрь

  3. Цель тестирования:проверка академических знаний учащихся 11 класса за 1 полугодие.

  4. Время тестирования:40 минут

  5. Программы:

– Апальков В.Г.. Английский язык. Рабочая программа. Предметная линия-учебник “Английский в фокусе” 10-11 классы. М,Просвещение, 2012г

– Рабочая программа по английскому языку 10 классы на 2017-2018 уч.год (Протокол №1 педагогического совета МБУ лицея№76 от 28.08.17 г.)

7. Учебники и другие материалы, использованные при подготовке теста:

– Дули Дж., Афанасьева О.В, Михеева И.В. УМК Английский в фокусе (Spotlight).

Учебник 10 класс., Просвещение, 2014 г.

– Дули Дж.,Афанасьева О.В, Михеева И.В. Сборник упражнений для самостоятельной

работы учащихся .10 класс М., Просвещение, 2014г

-Дули Дж., Афанасьева О.В, Михеева И.В. Книга для учителя 10 класс. М., Просвещение,

2014г

-ДулиДж.,Афанасьева О.В, Михеева И.В. Testbook 10класс. М., Просвещение, 2014г

– www.spotlightonrussia.ru

– http://prosv.ru/umk/spotlight

  1. Количество вариантов: 1

  2. Подход к разработке и интерпретации результатов теста: критериально-ориентированный

  3. Структура теста: 5 разделов-1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Раздел 1 содержит 6 заданий с выбором ответа (Правильный заголовок), среди которых один лишний.

Раздел 2 содержит 5 заданий на определение грамматических структур. Ответ должен быть дан в виде слова.

Раздел 3 содержит 6 заданий на словообразование. Ответ должен быть дан в виде слова.

Раздел 4 содержит 4 задания. Пассивный залог. Ответ должен быть дан в виде предложения.

Раздел 5 содержит задание написать письмо личного характера.

  1. Дополнительные материалы и оборудование: дополнительных материалов и инструментов для выполнения теста не требуется.

Кодификатор

Present Simple Passive, Future Simple Passive, Past Simple Passive, Present Perfect Passive. Личные формы глаголов в PresentSimple (Indefinite) для выражения действий в будущем после союзов if, when

5.2.6

5

3

Аффиксы как элементы словообразования. Аффиксы глаголов: re-, dis-, mis-; -ize/ise. Аффиксысуществительных: -er/or, -ness, -ist, -ship, -ing, sion/tion, -ance/ence, -ment, -ity. Аффиксыприлагательных: -y, -ic, -ful, -al, -ly, -ian/an, -ing, -ous, -ible/able, -less, -ive, inter-. Суффикс наречий -ly. Отрицательные префиксы: un-, in-/im-

5.3.1

6

4

Личные формы глаголов страдательного залогав Past Perfect Passive и Future Perfect Passive; Present/Past Progressive (Continuous) Passive; неличныеформыглаголов (Infinitive, Participle I, Gerund) (пассивно)

5.2.7

4

5

Написание письма личного характера

4.3

1

Тест

Задание 1

A. ADVERTISEMENT FOR A CELLULAR PHONE

B. JOBS

C. INFORMAL LETTER TO A TEENAGE MAGAZINE

D. HEALTH

E. TRAVELLING

F. FILM BLURB

G. ARTICLE ON HIGHER EDUCATION

1. Hi, CLICK,

We are two friends, Dario and Michele. We sit together at school. We are eleven years old. We live in a village near Florence. …

2. Join us for the trip of a lifetime, cycling 400 km across this most beautiful of Caribbean islands. Enjoy the lush, tropical landscapes, soft, sandy beaches, fine architecture and warm, friendly welcome of Cuba.

3. The Man in the Iron Mask. Leonardo Di Caprio takes on the dual role of the evil Louis XIV and his kind twin brother in this Hollywood adaptation of the Dumas classic. With Gepardieu, John Malkovich and Jeremy Irons as the three musketeers, this should be a belter. Sadly, it isn’t.

4. We are looking for new staff to join our friendly dedicated team and have a variety of posts available. You should have good communication skills, great personality and a strong will.

5. The new Motorola has a built-in digital camera, Multi-media messaging, quality ringtones and downloadable games. Play more, say more and explore the world with Motorola.

6. The world is changing around us. To stay ahead we need to keep learning. In many cases our careers depend on it. The Open University has become a leading provider of learning for people who need to develop their careers.

6 баллов

Задание 2

Time for the parade.Behind the scenes at Warner Brothers Movie World Benjamin and his friends (1) _____ ready for the daily parade. He (2) _____ the train with the little carriages packed with the theme park’s cuddly stars through the park. Porky Pig (3) _____ already his position, Sylvester the Cat joins him. Star rabbit Bugs Bunny (4) _____ the parade in a golden stretch cabriolet. The daily parade with the stars of the theme park in Bottrop-Kirchhellen (5) _____ always a part of Benjamin’s job. The show is performed three times a day.

5 баллов

Задание 3

I always wanted to be a great (1) _______________ . I had the SCIENCE

dreams of discovering a new drug that would save the lives of

hundreds of people. Unfortunately I was never very good at (2)

_______________ at school and the teacher used to be very CHEMIST

cross with me. After a while I decided I would become an inventor

and design an amazing new (3) _______________ which would PRODUCE

become a household name. My parents were encouraging but told

me not to be so (4) _______________ . A few weeks later I had a AMBITION

brilliant idea for a pen that would write upside down.

To my (5) _______________ a friend of mine pointed out that it DISAPPOINT

was not a new (6) _______________ . DISCOVER

12 баллов

Задание 4

Поставьте предложения в пассивный залог

  1. We don’t add any harmful ingredients to our products.

  2. The Government is now building a lot of new schools in the provinces.

  3. The police have just arrested him on suspicion of cruelty to animals.

  4. They are going to open a new supermarket next week.

12 баллов

Задание 5

Напишите письмо личного характера

You have received a letter from your friend who writes:

All in all, my birthday party was great! However, one of my friends came to the party in casual clothes. Just jeans and a T-shirt! Of course I didn’t say anything but she felt a bit left out. I was really sorry for her! And what do you usually wear when you go to a birthday party? Is it important in Russia to wear smart clothes at parties? What would you do if you were me?
I’ve got to go now as I have loads of homework to do. Drop me a line when you can.
Lots of  love,
Patricia

Write a letter to Patricia.
In your letter answer her questions and ask 3 questions about her birthday presents.

(100-140 words)

15 баллов

Итого 50 баллов

Ответы на тест

1.Harmful ingredients are not added to our products.

2 – E

2 – C

2 – chemistry

2.A lot of new schools are being built in the provinces by the Government.

3 – F

3 – A

3 – product

3.He has been arrested on suspicion of cruelty to animals.

4 – B

4 – C

4 – ambitious

4.A new supermarket is going to be opened next week.

5 – A

5 – B

5-disappointment

6 – G

6 – discovery

ПЕРЕВОД БАЛЛОВ В ОЦЕНКИ

ВСЕГО-5 заданий. Наивысшее количество баллов-50 – 100%

44-50 баллов – «5»

34-43 балла – « 4»

26-33 балла – «3»

0-25 баллов – «2»

0% – 53% – «2»

54% – 66% – «3»

67% – 87% – «4»

88% – 100% – «5»

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Тест по английскому языку (11 класс) по теме: Тест к учебнику Spotlight-11 (Модуль 1)

Module 1

Variant 1

Listening

1        You will hear Donna Lowdon talking about her childhood. For questions 1-6, complete the sentences.

Donna has 1)____________ siblings. On a school day, Donna had to get up at 2)__________ . There weren’t many 3)___________ between the children in Donna’s family. The children became very noisy around 4) _________ . These days, Donna and her siblings usually meet at 5)_________ and 6)_________.

2        You are going to read a magazine article in which four people talk about their neighbours. For questions 1-5, choose from the people A-D. A person may be chosen more than once.

A                      Alex

They say “good fences make good neighbours”, but this doesn’t apply in Mrs. Beasley’s case. Edwina Beasley has managed to find a way of sticking her busybody nose into my business, though I barely speak a word to her when she starts asking me personal things. She’s even taken it upon herself to find me a wife! Imagine my shock, when she knocked on my door last Sunday, in the company of a woman I’d never seen before and told me: “This is Mary Allen, dear, I’m sure you two have a lot in common, so I’ll let you get to know each other.” And then she left, almost certain that Mary Allen and I will name our first child after her!

C                    Lucy

The truth is I grew up to believe that our neighbours were also our friends, all of us sharing our joys and sorrows as they presented themselves in our small but closely-knit community. Unfortunately, this was not the case in the big city I moved to. I realized that trying to be friends with your neighbours and be there for them in times of need was not always welcome when my next-door neighbor told me to mind my own business and stop trying to control other people’s lives. All I had done was knock on her door to see if she was alright on a night I’d heard her crying out loudly!

B                       Helen

Don’t get me wrong, I love animals. Be it feathered, furry, two-legged or crawling, I simply adore all creatures. Except one: Mr. Watson’s poodle, Lulu. Though Mr. Watson is a great neighbor, Lulu gets on my nerves so much that I’m seriously thinking of kidnapping her and secretly replacing her with a more tolerable look-alike. Not only does Lulu steal my newspaper every morning, she is also very selective with my friends. Whenever I have friends over that she doesn’t like, she will stand outside my door barking or howling for hours if Mr. Watson isn’t home to come and pick her up. I know you’re supposed to “love thy neighbor”, but do you have to love his dog too?

D                   Chris

I know you can’t really choose your neighbours, but I thought that I had chosen the right ones when I decided to move to a nice, peaceful street where mostly elderly people resided. What I hadn’t thought of was that these wonderful, friendly people, who mostly kept to themselves, had children and noisy grandchildren who visited on Sunday morning. Worst of all what I didn’t know was the same, seemingly quiet senior citizens would be having band practice every Saturday morning in the house right next to mine. I’m really having second thoughts about this neighbourhood!

Which person

4)   has a neighbour who interferes in their social life?

5)   got something different to what they expected?

6)   had to get used(привыкать) to a new reality?

Grammar. Vocabulary.

1        Underline the correct item.

1) Mary rarely agrees/approves with her friend’s views, but this doesn’t affect their friendship.

2) Jane and George got married in the States, so many of their ancestors/relatives from Scotland found it difficult to be there for the wedding.

3) Tony is of Italian generation/origin, but he grew up in England.

4) They wanted to have a very small and quiet wedding, so they only invited members of their extended/immediate families and very few friends.

5) He’s always making/picking fights with his neighbours! It’s difficult to make friends with him!

2        Underline the correct verb form

1) By the time we arrive at the theatre, the play will start/will have started.

2) Linda had been trying/was trying to find a present for her mum for over an hour before she finally saw/had seen something nice to buy her.

3) Mark has just had/is just having a fight with Tom because he used Mark’s laptop without asking him.

4) He smells/is smelling the flowers. They smell/are smelling very well.

5) Watch out! You are crashing/are going to crash into that tree!

Module 1

Variant 2

Listening

1        You will hear Donna Lowdon talking about her childhood. For questions 1-6, complete the sentences.

Donna has 1)____________ elder sisters. On a school day, Donna had to be ready to leave at 2)__________. Surprisingly children didn’t really 3)___________ with each other in Donna’s family. The children became very noisy during 4) _________. Now, Donna and her siblings usually meet at 5)_________ and 6)_________.

2        You are going to read a magazine article in which four people talk about their neighbours. For questions 1-5, choose from the people A-D. A person may be chosen more than once.

A                      Alex

They say “good fences make good neighbours”, but this doesn’t apply in Mrs. Beasley’s case. Edwina Beasley has managed to find a way of sticking her busybody nose into my business, though I barely speak a word to her when she starts asking me personal things. She’s even taken it upon herself to find me a wife! Imagine my shock, when she knocked on my door last Sunday, in the company of a woman I’d never seen before and told me: “This is Mary Allen, dear, I’m sure you two have a lot in common, so I’ll let you get to know each other.” And then she left, almost certain that Mary Allen and I will name our first child after her!

C                    Lucy

The truth is I grew up to believe that our neighbours were also our friends, all of us sharing our joys and sorrows as they presented themselves in our small but closely-knit community. Unfortunately, this was not the case in the big city I moved to. I realized that trying to be friends with your neighbours and be there for them in times of need was not always welcome when my next-door neighbor told me to mind my own business and stop trying to control other people’s lives. All I had done was knock on her door to see if she was alright on a night I’d heard her crying out loudly!

B                       Helen

Don’t get me wrong, I love animals. Be it feathered, furry, two-legged or crawling, I simply adore all creatures. Except one: Mr. Watson’s poodle, Lulu. Though Mr. Watson is a great neighbor, Lulu gets on my nerves so much that I’m seriously thinking of kidnapping her and secretly replacing her with a more tolerable look-alike. Not only does Lulu steal my newspaper every morning, she is also very selective with my friends. Whenever I have friends over that she doesn’t like, she will stand outside my door barking or howling for hours if Mr. Watson isn’t home to come and pick her up. I know you’re supposed to “love thy neighbor”, but do you have to love his dog too?

D                   Chris

I know you can’t really choose your neighbours, but I thought that I had chosen the right ones when I decided to move to a nice, peaceful street where mostly elderly people resided. What I hadn’t thought of was that these wonderful, friendly people, who mostly kept to themselves, had children and noisy grandchildren who visited on Sunday morning. Worst of all what I didn’t know was the same, seemingly quiet senior citizens would be having band practice every Saturday morning in the house right next to mine. I’m really having second thoughts about this neighbourhood!

Which person

1)     was misunderstood by a neighbor?

2)     seems more likely to move somewhere else?

3)   has a problem which is not directly related to  their neighbour?

Grammar. Vocabulary.

1        Underline the correct item.

1) Mrs. Jacobs is always involving/interfering in things that don’t concern her.

2) When Mary makes a promise, she never breaks it.

3) My younger brother is very little and depends/relies completely on our parents.

4) Stop putting  the fault/blame on others.

5) Steward is always showing/telling off and saying how good he is at everything.

2        Underline the correct verb form

1) The film starts/will start at 6 pm. Don’t be late.

2) Helen was/had been tired because was jogging/had been jogging for two hours

3) I’m sure Harry is going to forgive/will forgive you when he hears your side of the story.

4) William heard/had heard the news already when I called/had called him.

5) I look/am looking for a new job because it looks/is looking as if I’m going to lose my present one.

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Тест по английскому языку (11 класс) на тему: Итоговый тест для 11 кл. Spotlight

Vocabulary & Grammar

A.   Circle the correct item.

 

  1. Jim hates being stuck ……………. the airport.

A   in        B   on            C  at              D   over

  1. Visitors    to    Chile   will    really    appreciate    the ……………. beauty of the Andes.

  A  en-suite                           B   panoramic

C   luxurious                            D   trendy

  1. Barry    was    looking forward    to    the    flight……………. Niagara Falls

A    in             B   on        C at             D  over

  1. She had the time …………  her life in Brazil last year.

A   in              B   on        C  of       D   from

  1. He’s lived in London ……………. two years.

A  already   B   since       C  just        D   for


  1.    Have you checked the departure ……………. of the trains to York?

A  times        C  moments

B   minutes        D   hours

  1. The museum was filled …………… tourists.

A of        B   with         C  in              D  off

  1. I can’t hear the news. Will you turn …………….

the volume, please?

A   up        B   out           C  back         D   down

  1. Michael is never at home. He’s always on the…………

         A  outside    B   move       C  out        D   walk

  1.  My   visit   to   Portugal   was   a(n)    …………….

experience.

A   alternative        C   unforgettable

B   traditional        D   beautiful


B.   Fill in the correct word.

  1.    If your  car  breaks  down,   turn  on  your  hazard………
  2. When cycling wear a ………………… to protect your head.
  3. Bill …………….. off for the airport two hours ago.
  4. The    Algarve     is     a     popular     tourist     area ………………… the south of Portugal.
  5. Hello,   ‘d like to ………………… a double room for the 9th May.
  6.   All hotel facilities are available  ………………… guests at all times.
  7. Brian hasn’t finished his dinner ………………… .
  8. We’re going to ………………… a month off and go on a cruise.
  9. “How ………………… have you known Helen?”  “Two years.”
  10. Anchorage  has  an  Arctic   …………………   .   It’s always very cold.

19   Bobby   may   never  get…………………   his   knee

injury.

20   He’s   worked   in   this   company   …………………

1980.

 

 

Reading

C .   Read the article and choose the best answer (A-D) for each of the questions below.

Route 66 by Harley Davidson

Anyone who has ever ridden a motorbike has probably dreamed of riding down the open road on a Harley Davidson. They have no doubt imagined the wind in their face and amazing scenery all around them as they head out along the open highway. Which highway? Well, almost everyone has heard of Route 66. Heading from Chicago to Los Angeles, it is probably the most famous stretch of road in the world.

Biker Tours have been touring the US by Harley Davidson for ten years and our tours have become the most popular way to see the real America. We provide professional guides, support vehicles, insurance, accommodation and, of course, Harley Davidsons! We also plan dinners and entertainment for every evening of your trip. You can relax, knowing that Biker Tours have taken care of the details.

The Route 66 tour allows you to see rural America at its best, as we ride through Oklahoma,Texas, Arizona, and into California. The road and its restaurants, gas stations and landmarks have hardly changed since the 1950’s — it’s as if you have travelled back in time! We provide you with a map of the route for each day.You can follow the guide, or go your own way. We really have thought of everything!

Biker Tours are popular with people who have always wanted to go on an amazing journey and experience freedom. The tours are greatly enjoyed by those who love motorbikes, travel and great scenery. For those of you who are looking for fun, our tour guide has arranged a few surprises to liven up your evenings. In fact, we guarantee that Biker Tours can offer everything you’ve been hoping for!

To book our 14-day Route 66 Tour, call 0271 302 1783, or e-mail us at [email protected] If you’ve been searching for a holiday with a difference, this could be just the break you have been looking for.

1    Route 66 is

A  a type of motorbike.

B   a type of entertainment.

C a winding highway.

D  a famous highway.

2   Biker Tours

A  allow you to see the cities of America.

B   provide transport for their customers.

C do not arrange where you stay.

D  are only popular with Americans.

3   On the Route 66 tour

A  you will see the American countryside.

B   you will visit three of America’s states.

C you will see lots of modern buildings.

D  you will visit the Harley Davidson Museum.


4. If you take part in the tour,

A you must do as the guide tells you.

B   you will travel in time.

C you can choose your own route.

D  you won’t have a map.

5. Biker Tours are suitable for people who

A  don’t like surprises.

B   are not keen on long journeys.

C  like to travel in comfort.

D  want to feel free.

6. The Route 66 Tour

A  has been running since the 1950s.

B   lasts for a fortnight.

C can only be booked by telephone.

D   lets you see America by car or motorbike.

 

Writing

D. Your  school magazine has asked its readers to send in articles about the pros and cons of driving a motorcycle. Write your article in 120-180 words.

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Тест по английскому языку (11 класс) на тему: Тест у учебнику Spotlight-11 Модуль 6 (2 варианта)

Module 6

Variant 1

Listening

1        You will hear six people talking about celebrities in the media. Match the speakers with the statements A-G below. There is one extra statement.

A   The speaker believes that viewers have the choice of turning in to celebrity news or not.

B    The speaker believes there is nothing wrong with following celebrity gossip.

C      The speaker doesn’t really care about celebrity news.

D      The speaker doesn’t believe everything he/she hears about celebrities in the media.

F     The speaker doesn’t understand why the public is so interested in celebrities.

G     The speaker believes that the media shouldn’t talk about private lives of the famous.

H    The speaker believes that the media is providing stories that interest the public.

Reading

2        Read and match the sentences A-G with the gaps 1-6. There is one extra sentence.

        The race is on as to which country will be the first to inhabit the Moon. Apart from the United States, Russia and recently India; now China, Japan and Europe plan on sending astronauts to the Moon in the next 20 years. So, a station on the Moon might soon be possible! 1)_______ The most obvious include the questions of power, water, air and shelter.

        At this time scientists feel that the best place to establish a station would be either at the North or South Pole. Here the temperature does not change as much throughout the day as it does near the equator. 2)_____

        At present, NASA is in the process of sending a spacecraft to the Moon. Their high-tech computers will be able to analyse the signals sent back to Earth, providing useful knowledge for the researchers. 3)_____ The search is based on the theory that the comets which have been hitting the Moon over the last 2 billion years have left ice in its craters. 4)_____

        Once this is done, the water could be separated into hydrogen and oxygen, providing an atmosphere that can support life.

        As for the question of material to build shelters, it would be best to get as many resources as possible from the Moon, since the cost of transport is extremely high.5)______ Luckily, the Earth’s satellite is rich in minerals that could be used to build a future station and even for rocket fuel.

        Once we inhabit the Moon, who knows? 6)_____

A        Just think, 400,000 dollars is needed to send an object that weighs around four kilos to the Moon.

B        All the same, we have not found any evidence that the Moon has water.

C        Perhaps the human race may be able to live on Mars in the future!

D        Yet, we must face the fact that before this can happen we have a few problems to deal with.

E        With this information they will be able to finally know if there is water on the Moon.

F        Moreover, the poles see much more sunlight, which can be used for solar energy.

G        If this is the case, astronauts can use solar energy to melt the ice into water.

Vocabulary

3        Choose the correct item

1        All sport stations will provide live ________of the Rugby World Cup.

A     coverage          B     covering          C     bulletin

2        The ________ story on the news tonight is about a man who claims to have been abducted by aliens.

A     hit          B     top          C     flash

3         Many of the news stories printed in _________ are just gossip.

A     tabloids          B     broadsheets          C     newspapers

4        You must have read about the latest political scandal. It’s on the ________ page of every newspaper.

A     front          B     first          C     cover

5        The emergency service has ________ the headlines again for the fourth time this year.

A     run          B     hit          C     unfold

Grammar

4        Rewrite the following statements in reported speech.

1        “I’m watching a documentary on the SETI programme,” Andrew said.

2        “Peter won’t like the news at all,” he told her.

3        “Mary lent me a book about UFOs,” Sammy said.

4        “Don’t try to persuade me to become a journalist like you, Dad,” Sue told her father.

5        “Are you going out later, Jenny?” Larry asked.

5        Fill in: over, out of, down, back, round.

1        I was going to buy an expensive phone, but my mum talked me _____ it.

2        Sam treats me like a child. He always talks ____ to me.

3        I always talk important things _____ with my parents because I value their opinion.

4        I didn’t want to go to the concert, but Andy talked me _____ it.

5        “Don’t talk _____ to me like that, Anna! You should show some respect to your elders!”

Module 6

Variant 2

Listening

1        You will hear six people talking about celebrities in the media. Match the speakers with the statements A-G below. There is one extra statement.

A   The speaker believes that there is too much celebrity news because viewers want to know more about them.

B    The speaker believes that celebrities are just rich people.

C   The speaker doesn’t think that there is something wrong with enjoying gossips about celebrities.

D      The speaker believes that tuning in to celebrity news helps some people to relax.

F   The speaker believes that the media shouldn’t interfere in celebrities’ lives.

G   The speaker doesn’t believe everything he/she hears about celebrities in the media.

H   The speaker believes that viewers can choose to watch or not to watch celebrity news.

Reading

2        Read and match the sentences A-G with the gaps 1-6. There is one extra sentence.

Before the Hubble Space Telescope was launched, scientists thought they knew the universe. They were wrong.

The Hubble Space Telescope has changed many scientists’ view of the universe. The telescope is named after American astronomer Edwin Hubble, 1) ______ .

He established that many galaxies exist and developed the first system for their classifications.

In many ways, Hubble is like any other telescope. It simply gathers light. It is roughly the size of a large school bus. What makes Hubble special is not what it is, 2) ______ .

Hubble was launched in 1990 from the “Discovery” space shuttle and it is about 350 miles above our planet, 3) ______ .

It is far from the glare of city lights, it doesn’t have to look through the air, 4) ______ .

And what a view it is! Hubble is so powerful it could spot a fly on the moon. Yet in an average orbit, it uses the same amount of energy as 28100-watt light bulbs. Hubble pictures require no film. The telescope takes digital images 5) ______ .

Hubble has snapped photos of storms on Saturn and exploding stars. Hubble doesn’t just focus on our solar system. It also peers into our galaxy and beyond. Many Hubble photos show the stars that make up the Milky Way galaxy. A galaxy is a city of stars.

Hubble cannot take pictures of the sun or other very bright objects, because doing so could “fry” the telescope’s instruments, but it can detect infrared and ultra violet light 6) ______ .

Some of the sights of our solar system that Hubble has glimpsed may even change the number of planets in it.

 

A        which is above Earth’s atmosphere.

B        which are transmitted to scientists on Earth.

C        which is invisible to the human eye.

D        who calculated the speed at which galaxies move.

E        so it has a clear view of space.

F        because many stars are in clouds of gas.

G        but where it is.

Vocabulary

3        Choose the correct item

1        Let me have a quick look at the _________ and I’ll give you the newspaper in a few minutes.

A     headings          B     headlines          C     articles

2        The results of the presidential election are ________ page news.

A     first          B     feature          C     front

3        If you don’t ________ your mind, people won’t pay much attention to you.

A     talk          B     speak          C     analyse

4        He isn’t afraid to ________ his mind.

A     speak          B     talk          C     unfold

5        The last 10 minutes of Wendy’s favourite show were interrupted by an important ________.

A     live coverage         B     news bulletin           C     latest developments

Grammar

4        Rewrite the following statements in reported speech.

1        “I may get a job with the local TV station,” Helen said.

2        “John thinks his neighbor is an alien!” she said to Betty.

3        “The scandal will be all over the press tomorrow,” she told me.

4        “Where can I find Spanish magazines?” Anita asked.

5        “Keep me informed on the latest news, Jason,” Ian told Jason.

5        Fill in: out of, over, into, round, back

1        He talked me _______ taking two weeks off in July.

2        My brother didn’t want to go to the party with me, but I managed to talk him _____.

3        Children shouldn’t talk _____ to their parents.

4        Tim was refusing to speak to me, but then I managed to talk him ____.

5        The gossip magazine wanted to print the story but the celebrity’s lawyer managed to talk them ___ it.

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Тест по английскому языку (11 класс) на тему: Spotlight 11. Module 2. Test.

1. Match the words to make phrases, write their translations.

1. take

A. decisions

2. constant

B. stress

3. influence

C. side

4. handle

D. pressure

5. resist

E. bulling

 2. Complete the sentences with the correct word.

handle •    trust •  disgusting• symptom • pressure

  1. A temperature is a …of cold or flu.
  2. There was such a …smell in the class that we had to open all the windows.
  3. You must be under a lot of…. at the moment, having so much work to do.
  4. You can ….Mary, she keeps her promise.
  5. Find ways to …your stress.

3.  Complete the sentences with the relative pronoun.

  1. This is Jane ….sister is my friend.
  2. The café …we had dinner yesterday is very expensive.
  3. That was a year …I entered institute.
  4. The bank … I’ve borrowed money is unsafe.
  5. That’s the woman…is a famous actress.

4. Read the text and mark the sentences T(true), F(false) or DS(doesn’t say)

Bullies

At some point in our lives many of us will have to deal with a bully. Yet bullies are not all the same. To be able to handle such a threat, it is important to know what kind of person you are dealing with.

The most dangerous and common bully is the aggressive one. Aggressive bullies use the fear of violence to control others. Unfortunately, it doesn’t stop there. They are known to quickly lose their temper and harm their victims without ever feeling sorry for them. When faced with such a person, immediately tell a parent or teacher. Furthermore, stay in public places and among others for safety. Some people even learn self-defence to protect themselves against this kind of bully. However, violence is not the answer, as it leads to even more violence.

Next, are the verbal bullies. They attack with words and are only happy when others feel hurt. So when an unkind joke is made, show as little reaction as possible and just walk away. Remember, you cannot talk sense to an unreasonable person. And, above all, never make jokes about yourself to prove that nothing can hurt you. This will only encourage them.

Last, is the computer bully. The best way to deal with this menace is by deleting their messages. Do not read anything they write and never send a reply. When faced with such a person, it is wise to seriously consider a change of email address.

Keep in mind that bullies are simply people who envy the talents of their victims. The only way they can feel powerful is by putting others down. Therefore, never listen to anything they have to say!

  1. When dealing with aggressive bully, seek the help on an adult…..
  2. Humour will keep verbal bully away….
  3. One way to deal with computer bully is to call police.….
  4. You must tell bully that he is not right….
  5. Never chatting with computer bully….

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