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Test №1.

Ex. 1. Supply the articles or possessive pronouns where necessary.
l. It's... enquiry from... English company.... company is interested
in... chemical equipment. They know we are selling... new model
of... equipment.
2. …equipment of Blake & Co is very good. They sell it to different
3. In... morning ... engineers look through... Russian and English
newspapers and journals.
4. Where are... newspapers? They are on... desk.
5. …engineers of ... firm often go to ... plants with foreign
6. …inspectors would like to go to... plant in... afternoon.
7. It's ... plant of chemical equipment plant is outside Moscow.
It's... very large plant.

Ex. 2. a) Supply the correct tenses.
It's 5.30 in the afternoon. Voronin (to finish) his work. He usually (to come) home at 6 o'clock in the evening. He (to like) to be at home in the evening together with his family. They usually (to watch) TV or (to read) newspapers and journals. Now you (to see) Voronin and his family in their comfortable sitting-room. Voronin (to sit) in an armchair and (to read) a newspaper. He (to be interested) in the latest events of the day. His wife (to sit) on the sofa. She (not to read). She (to watch TV). She seldom (to watch TV) in the day-time. She (to have got) much work to do at home.
Voronin’s son (not to like) to watch TV. In the evening he usually (to do) his homework. Sometimes he (to write) letters to his friends in Moscow. Now you (to see) him at the table. He (to read) an English book. He (to read) English books every day. He (to like) the English language and he (to want) to speak this language well.
b) Say what you have learned about evening hours in Voronin’s family.

Ex. 3. a) Supply the correct prepositions.

Stepanov is the director of the firm. He works ... Russ-export. The company is very large. They sell different goods... very many countries. Stepanov’s firm does business ... French and British companies. Many customers come... Russ-export to discuss business matters... the engineers ... the company. They usually discuss prices, terms... payment, shipment and delivery. Now you see Stepanov… his office. He is sitting... the table and speaking ... the phone. The company manager ... Bell & Co is phoning him. They are making an appointment... Friday. Bell & Co are interested... a new model... «Lada». Mr Bell would like to have the catalogues and a quotation... the model.

b) Say what you have learned from the text about Stepanov and his company.

Ex. 4. Choose and use.

a) interesting, interested in.

1. This book is very
2. We are... chemical equipment.
3. Is your company... kitchen equipment?
4. Moscow is an... city.
5. What companies are... your goods?
6. I'm always... political events.
7. It's... to learn English.
b) good, well
1. Our company is doing... business with many countries.
2. The engineers of our firm know the prices for chemical equipment
3. Does your friend speak French ~ Yes, his French is very
4. I know this man very He is a... engineer.
5. Nancy is a... secretary. She does her work

Ex. 5. a) Read the text.
Philip Blake is Mr Blake’s elder son. He has got a small house in Bishopton. Bishopton is a small place near London. Philip works in London. He is the manager of a plant. He always goes to London in the morning on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. He doesn't go to his office on Saturday and Sunday. Every morning Philip looks through newspapers. He is interested in the latest political and business events. Sometimes Philip goes to different cities to discuss business with their customers. He is a very busy man. Floy Robinson is a secretary to Mr Philip Blake. Her office is not large. She has got a typewriter, and many letters, cables and telexes on her desk. Every morning from Monday to Friday Floy comes to the office at nine. At 10 o'clock Floy usually looks through the mail and at 11 she comes into the manager's office with the letters. The manager reads them and gives answers to the letters. Floy writes them in her book and goes to her office.
Floy usually has lunch at home but sometimes she has lunch at the plant with her friend Tom. She stays in the office till 5. In the evening Floy has French lessons. She learns the French language with pleasure. Floy wants to know French well to read books and see films in French.

b) Ask questions on the text. c) Say what you have learned from the text about:
1. Philip Blake;
2 Floy Robinson.

Ex. 6. Read a passage from Stephan’s letter to Anna. He isn’t fluent in English and to make things still worth he was very much upset when writing the letter. Correct the mistakes he's made (10 mistakes).

Dear Anna,
You wanted to know if I was passed my driving test. I should confess,
I haven 't.
On my first test I had run out of petrol. Shortly after the restart the
car was stopping again, although I didn't brake. I had tried five
times to restart it. The instructor got angry, he taught me how to
restart a car. The examiner moved into the driving seat and I had
pushed the car to the nearest service station where I pay for the
petrol. Then I had tried several times but the car wouldn't start. I
was feeling awful. I am not surprised that I failed the test.

Ex. 7. Translate the article.

Чтоделать можно, а что - нельзя?

Что можно или нельзя сделать и сказать очень сильно отличается от страны к
Например, знак «большой палец вверх» (thumb up) во всем мире обозначает
"ОК", но не в Австралии. Вы не должны делать такой жест (sign), это очень грубо.
Вы можете бросить сигарету на улице Европы, но нельзя это сделать в Сингапуре.
Это преследуется законом (illegal).
Представления (idea) о том, что вежливо и не вежливо также различны. В Корее,
например, вы должны обязательно прикрыть рот рукой, когда вы смеетесь, женщине
нельзя входить в дверь первой, это должен делать мужчина.
В Германии следует идти слева от женщины, а в Англии мужчина должен идти
между женщиной и дорогой. В Америке нельзя дарить часы, это плохой знак. В
Англии когда кто-то чихает (sneeze), вы должны сказать “Bless you”, что предохраняет
вас от дьявола (beep away). Таковы традиции.

Test №2.

Ex. 1. a) Supply the correct articles or possessive pronouns where necessary.
1. Last summer I went on... holiday to the Crimea.
2. Where is your friend? I haven't seen him for a long time.
— He is on... holiday now.
3. I enjoyed... holiday which I spent on the Volga.
4. When would you like to have... holiday this year?
— In August.

On... 21st of September Mr White came to... Ministry of Foreign
Trade to have... talks with Smirnov of... Russ-export. Before...
talks they spoke about... Smirnov’s holiday.

White: I haven't seen you for... long time, Mr Smirnov.
Smirnov: Oh, I've just come back from Sochi.
White: From Sochi?
Smirnov: Yes, it's ... nice resort on ... coast of ... Black Sea. My
family and I went there on... holiday.
White: Did you enjoy... holiday?
Smirnov: Yes, very. We sunbathed and swam a lot in ... Black Sea.
Our children spent a lot of time on... beach.
White: What was... weather like there?
Smirnov: … weather was fine, it was hot and dry outside all
time. In ... Caucasus ... weather is usually fine in
summer and it's always... pleasure to swim in... warm sea.
White: Did you get there by... car?
Smirnov: No, we went there by ... train. I think it was ... good
idea because we saw a lot.

b) Say what you have learned about:
1. Smirnov’s holiday;
2. Sochi.

Ex. 2. Supply the correct tenses.

Jack Smith (to be) on holiday now. He (to stay) at home for his
holiday, but he (to do) a lot of interesting things. A few minutes ago
he (to meet) John Stanton who (to be) on holiday too and now they
(to speak) about their holidays.

John: How you (to enjoy) your holiday, Jack?
Jack: I (to have a good time), John.
I (to stay) at home. I (to have got) a car and it (to be) a pleasure
to go to different places.
John: Where you (to go) yesterday?
Jack: I (to meet) Hellen Black and (to go) to Marlow.
It (to be) a nice place on the River Thames.
You ever (to be) there?
John: Oh, yes. I (to spend) my holiday there last year.
I (to know) the place very well. You (to have lunch) at the old
hotel near the river?
Jack: No, we (to have lunch) in the open air near the river.
John: What time you (to get) home?
Jack: We (not to come) back till 11 o'clock in the evening.
John: You (tobe) tired,... you?
Jack: Yes, a little bit.

b) Say what you have learned about:
1. Jack’s holiday;
2. Marlow;
3. John's holiday.

Ex. 3. a) Supply the correct prepositions where necessary.

Andreev spent his last holiday in the country. He went ... the country ... his family. They went ... Pushkino, a nice place Moscow. They went there ... train. The train started ... 8 ... the morning and... half... 8 the family got... there.
... the holiday the weather was nice. They swam ... the river and sunbathed ... the beach a lot. The family was ... the open air all days. They enjoyed their holiday... Pushkino very much.
But the Andreev’s don't always spend their holidays... Moscow. Sometimes they go ... holiday ... the Crimea or ... the Caucasus. It's always a pleasure to stay... a month... the seaside.

b) Say what you have learned from the text about the Andreev’s holiday:
l. in Pushkino;
2. at the seaside.

Ex. 4. Choose and use.

a) because, that's why

l. I didn't go to the cinema the day before yesterday ... I was
very busy.
2. Last night I watched a very interesting detective film on television... I didn't write a letter to my friend.
3. The talks were very difficult... I'm a bit tired.
4. I often spend my holiday on the coast of the Black Sea ... the
weather is hot and dry there in summer.
5. I like the actor who plays the part of Hamlet... I'd like to go and
see the film again.
6. I don't recommend you to see this film ... it's not so interesting
as the novel.

b) to like, would like
1. I... (to go) out at weekends.
2. We... (to watch) a new film on television tonight.
3. My friend... (to listen to) stereo records in the evenings.
4. Jack... (to see) musicals.
5. I... (to stay) at home on Saturday.
6. Our family... (to watch) television in the evenings.
7. Ann... (to see) a new comedy this afternoon.
8. Mrs Bell... (to drink) coffee in the mornings.

Ex. 5. a) Read the text.

Four seasons of the year
There are four seasons in the year. They are spring, summer, autumn
and winter. Moscow is very beautiful in all seasons. In May, June, July
and August the city is very green. There are a lot of parks and
gardens in all districts of Moscow.
But not many people like spending their summer holidays in
Moscow. They enjoy going to the Crimea, to the Caucasus, to the
coast of the Baltic Sea or to different places near Moscow.
Autumn is a wet season. The days are short. There are not many
sunny days in Moscow in autumn.
December, January and February are winter months. Winter is a
cold season in Moscow. But a lot of people like winter very much.
At weekends very many people go skiing and skating in and outside

b) Ask questions on the text.
c) Say what you have learned from the text about:
1. Moscow in different seasons;
2. the places where Muscovites spend their holidays.

Ex. 6. In the composition about Boston Otto has made 8 mistakes with the verbs in the Passive. Find the mistakes and correct them.

Boston is the history of the USA. 1п the 18th century Boston consider the most important city in America. The Old State House built in 1712 and was the seat of British Government until independence.
The Declaration of Independence reading out here to the citizens of Boston. Since the days of the Tea Party many new buildings are built beside old historic ones. Boston is home to the World famous Harvard University. It is building in the Boston suburb of Cambridge in 1636. А fantastic view of the city can see from the top of the 230 т high Prudential Tower. А lot of shops and cafes can find on the market place. People entertain here by street musicians while they shop and sit in the cafes.

Ex. 7. Translate the article into English.

Люди предпочитают автомобили

Сегодня очевидно, почему автомобиль стал таким популярным. Он не очень дорогой, большинство людей могут купить его. Robert Heller говорит, что автомобиль открыл города: города могут использовать больше пространства (space), чем города в прошлом. Все больше и больше людей могут жить в пригородах (suburbs) в домах с большими садами. Стиль жизни людей меняется. С другой стороны, как говорит Gilbert Brown, общественный (public) транспорт - лучшая альтернатива, когда дело доходит (it comes to) до передвижения большого количества (number) людей до места их работы в центре города. Частные машины вызывают (cause) значительно большее загрязнение окружающей среды (pollution), чем поезда или автобусы. Он думает, что водители машин должны больше платить за дороги, а правительство должно тратить гораздо больше денег на общественный транспорт (public). Сегодня автомобиль так же важен в нашей жизни, как и дом.

Test №3

Choose the correct variant

Ex. 1. Write your answers in the boxes.
1. ... you read these articles last year?
а) do
b) did
с) have
2. ... your parents in the dining-room now?
а) have
b) are
c) do
3. ... they finished the work?
а) do
b) will
с) have
4. Is there ... interesting in this article?
а) something
b) anything
с) any
5. Have you ... books on your speciality?
а) anything
b) some
с) any
6. Ноw many exams ... this year?
а) have you taken
b) you took
с) you have taken
d) did you take
7. She ... this book already.
а) read
с) reads
b) has read
d) is reading
8. Не ... а letter when I came in.
a) wrote
с) was writing
b) wring
d) was written
9.Не said that he ... this novel into Russian.
а) translate
b) will translate
с) would translate d) is translating
10. I think she ... this examination next year.
а) would pass
b) will pass
с) has passed
d) is passing

11. You ... bring me this book as soon as possible.
а) could
с) are
b) must
d) may
12. If you ... this method the results would have been correct.
а) used
b) had used
с) use
13. If you ... this method the results would be correct.
а) use
b) used
с) had used
14. If you ... this method the results will be correct.
а) had used
b) use
с) used
15. Он сказал, что работает на этом заводе.
а) works
b) worked
с) has worked
16. Он говорит, что работает на этом заводе.
а) worked
b) works
с) will work
17. Он сказал, что работал на этом заводе много лет назад.
а) has worked
b) had worked
с) worked
18. Он сказал, что он будет работать на этом заводе.
а) will work
b) would work
19. Мy brother is а student, he is ... the second year now.
а) on
b) in
с) at
20. They are ... the lecture.
а) at
b) on
с) in

Ex. 2. Write your answers in the boxes.
1. Куда ты идешь?
а) Where are you going?
b) Where do you go?
с) Where were you going?
2. Книжный магазин находится в центре города
а) There are some bookshops in the centre of the town.
b) The bookshop is in the centre of the town.
c) There is а bookshop in the centre of the town.

3. Он написал письмо, когда я пришел.
а) Не had written а latter when 1came.
b) Не was written а latter when l came.
с) Не was going to write а letter when 1 came.
4. Вы изучаете медицину?
a) Do you study medicine?
b) Have you studied medicine?
с) Can you study medicine?
5. Why did you have to do this work?
а) Почему вы сделали эту работу?
b) Зачем вам надо было делать эту работу?
с) Кто должен сделать эту работу?
6. Не is often seen at the station.
а) Он часто ходит на станцию.
b) Его часто видят на станции.
с) Он часто видит его на станции.
7. We know nothing of the opinion he has.
а) Мы ничего не знаем о нем.
b) У нас нет о нем никакого мнения.
с) Мы ничего не знаем о том мнении, которое у него есть.
8. We thought he knew the address.
а) Мы думали, он узнал адрес.
b) Мы думали, он знает адрес.
с) Мы думали, он узнает адрес.

Ex. 3. Write your answers in the boxes.
1.They left the Black Sea coast ... Thursday.
а) at
b) on
с) in
2. I wonder if he ... at the station before the train started.
а) has arrived
b) arrived
с) had arrived
3. We had sent the telegram ... we learnt the news.
а) till
b) after
с) before
4. А lot of foreign languages ... by our students.
а) have learnt
b) are learnt
с) are learning
5. Не ... go skating.
а) can
b) will be allowed to
с) will be able t
6. I (должен был) stay in bed.
а) could
b) must be
с) had to

7. At 7 o'clock yesterday I ... TV.
а) was watching
b) watch
с) watched
8. Did she ... you up in the morning?
а) rang
b) ring
с) rung
9. She was so tired that she couldn't ... the box.
а) to carry
b) be carried
с) carry
10. ... it still snowing?
а) does
b) will
с) is
11. ... the problem discussed at your meeting?
а) had
b) has
c) was
12. Не isn't at home. I le ... shopping.
а) went
b) was going
с) has gone
l3. It ... reported that his new novel is popular with the readers.
a) is
b) was
с) had been
14. I saw him … .
а) already
b) an hour ago
с) just
15. I'd like to know ... .
а) Where was your sister last summer.
b) Where your sister was last summer.
с) Where last summer was your sister.
16. I wasn't sure when they attended classes.
а) Я не был уверен в том, когда они посетили занятия.
b) Я не был уверен в том, когда они посещали занятия.
c) Я не был уверен в том, когда они посещают занятия.
17. I hoped he was begin taught English well.
а) Я надеялся, что он изучает английский язык хорошо.
b) Я надеялся, что его обучают английскому хорошо.
с) Я надеялся, что его обучили английскому хорошо.

Ex. 4. Прочитайте текст и решите, какой из трех предлагаемых вариантов А, В или С соответствует каждому из двадцати пропусков.
One day Liz telephoned Jane and asked her to come to а party. "It's а special party", she said, "because you must bring something you (1) _____ and you must buy (2) _____ "Can 1 bring my boy-friend?" Jane asked laughing. "Yes," Liz answered, "but (3) _____ is going to buy him. Не (4) _____ too. (5) _____ him and he thinks it's а good idea. Oh, sorry, I haven't told you why we are doing it. We are (6) _____ 100 pounds to help the London Home for Lost Dogs. So, please, come next Saturday and bring something with you — new or (7) _____ The next Saturday morning Jane (8) _____ her rooms thinking "What can I take to Liz? One hand of my clock (9) _____, so I can take that. Oh, I can take my old camera. I (10) _____ since I was in the mountains with Martin. (11) _____ the same time Martin was looking though his drawers and cupboards. Не found his old guitar without strings. "That's an idea," he thought. "I haven't played it (12) _____ I was sixteen. Liz can have that." On Saturday afternoon Jane (13) _____ to the party and gave Liz her camera. Martin went too, taking his guitar. Не (14) _____ Jane's camera and she (14) _____ his guitar. But walking round Liz's garden Jane came to the man selling second-hand things.
Jane (15) _____ to the man. "What can I buy for Martin?" she thought. She (16) _____ the table in front of the man – (17) _____ her camera. There was an old chair (18) _____ of wood, а box of new film and guitar strings in an envelope. But one leg of the chair (19) _____ and somebody's пате was on top of the envelope. А guitar was there too. "Martin hasn't played his guitar (20) _____" Jane thought. "How much is this guitar, please?" she asked the man.
"It' an awful old thing" he said. "You can have it for one pound fifty pence."

Таблица ответов:

A. don't want B. doesn't want C. not wanted
A. someone B. something C. nothing
A. anybody B. somebody C. nobody
A. came B. has come C. is coming
A. I've phoned B. I'll phone C. I'm phoning
A. trying to spend B. trying to do C. trying to make
A. second-hand B. first class C. first hand
A. went into B. went round C. had gone round
A. is broken B. was broken C. is breaking
A.'haven-'t used B didn't use C. don't use
A. in B. on C. at
A. about B. for C. since
A. has gone B. went C. was going
A. is not seeing B. has not seen C. didn't see
A. come B. has come C. came
A. looked at B. looked for C. looked through
A. there is B. there was C. was there
A. making B. did C. made
A. has broken B. is broken C. was broken
A. lately B. late C. early

№5. Read the passage, translate and answer the questions below. Put a cross () in
the box next to the correct answer, as in the example.

According to some people, a university degree is a waste of time and money, leaving
graduates not only in serious debt, but also worse off in terms of job prospects and
pay expectations than school-leavers Are they right? Or is university still a worthwhile
experience? We asked for your views. Here's what you said.

I graduated with a law degree eight years ago and was told it was a degree that was widely recognised by employers and useful in getting a well-paid graduate job. Nothing could have been
further from the truth. University is a con and only suits the middle classes.


I'm just starting university and I think the whole experienceis going to be great. I'll be studying Psychology and I hope to get a career as a chartered psychologist. The fact that I'll be in debt after my four years there doesn't bother me too much, although it would be nice to a void it. But I don't really mind how much I get paid after I graduate.

I'm a university lecturer. I don't think university is a waste of time, but I feel that, although graduates get a lot of advice about their courses, it should include advice about where their degree will take them and their likely salary prospects. Many of my undergraduate students either believe they will earn high salaries within six months of leaving university, or are scared stiff that they won't find a job and have a mountain of debt to pay off. The truth is it's probably somewhere in between.

My worry about universities is that there is too much emphasis on getting 'bums on seats' and that often means accepting people who really aren't up to it, either academically or personality-wise, Students who leave with 3rd class degrees after turning up to the minimum of lectures, are wasting their time, They can't get a decent job and they are burdened with huge debts.

Thirteen years ago I left school at sixteen without any qualifications. Some friends stayed on and went to university. Maybe it was right for them. But I got a job and after a lot of hard work I'm earning a good salary and enjoy my job. My graduate friends are either struggling in low-paid, unfulfilling jobs or have no work at all. Maybe I missed out on university life, but no piece of paper can equate to the practical experience I have had.

Example: What does A believe about what he was told?
A  It was misleading.
B  It is only partly true.
C  It was helpful advice.

1. What is most important to B apart from his qualification?
A  having good salary prospects
B  avoiding too much debt
C  experiencing university life
2. What does C think about advice given to students?
A  It can be a waste of time.
B  It omits important issues.
C  There isn't enough of it.
3. What does C think about the beliefs of his students?
A  They are too extreme.
B  They are realistic.
C  They are over-optimistic.
4. In what way does D worry about university policy?
A  They have lowered their expectations.
B  They have lowered their teaching standards.
C  They have lowered their entry criteria.
5. What is E's view of his graduate friends?
A  They made the wrong choice.
B  They have been disappointed.
C  They didn't work hard enough.

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