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Match the two halves of each dialogue. Write your answers in the box

10-11 класс

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1.Everyone seems to know about your engagement.
A.Don’t let her comments get to you. It’s not that bad.

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1.Everyone seems to know about your engagement. F.I know. The news has certainly got around.
2.Have you found a job yet? C.I’m afraid not-and it’s really getting me down.

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1. Show
me ----- (far) picture. 2. Give her ----- (far) flowers.3. Send George
-----(near) letter. 4. Give her ----- (far) books. 5. Give the children
-----(near) ice-creams. 6. Bring
John ----- (far) chair.

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4.to share d. in a tent
5.to smash e. lost
6.to set up f. into something
7.to talk g. tents

2)match the two halves of these sentences:
1. the sun had appeared in the sky a.before i passed the exam
2.when my father got home after work b.since the beginning of the
3.i had been learning English at school for two years second term
4.the lesson had already lasted for fifteen minutes c.before they left the campsite
5.i had know her for five years d.before we became real friends
6.my teacher said that i had missed two classes e.when i entered the classroom
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REVIEW 1  Present simple, present continuous, stative verbs  Past simple, past continuous, used to A. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each

line to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line Collecting records These days, most of us have a CD (1) .................. .... Before the CD, (2) ............................ m ade LPs, or „long - playing‟ records. Although many (3) ....................... have never seen an LP, they were once very popular. To play these records, you needed a record (4) ........................ with a needle that ran along the r ecord and produced the sound. Some (5) ........................... say the sound of LPs was better than CDs - and many (6) .............................. agree! LPs are no longer very popular as a form of (7) ............................ , but many people buy and sell them. Some of them remember the LP from thei r (8) ........................... and listening to records reminds them of the past COLLECT SING CHILD PLAY MUSIC COLLECT ENTERTAIN CHILD B. Complete using the correct form of the verbs in the box. You have to use one word twice. c arry eat give jo in send take turn 9. Now, everyone knows this song, so I want you all to ............................. it with me! 10. It‟s noisy in this restaurant . Could you ask them to ............... ......... the music down? 11. There was a fight during the match and the refree ............................. two play ers off. 12. We .................. ... ..... out about once a week and we cook at home the rest of the time. 13. I love this song! ................................. it up! 14. I used to play the trumpet, but I ..................................... up last year because I didn‟t have time. 15. We stopped playing because of the rain , but when it stopped we ............... ......... on. 16. A good way of getting more exercise is to ............................... up a sport, like basketball. C. Complete each second sentence using the word given, so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. Write between two and five wo rds. 17. Jack really likes football and never misses a match. crazy Jack .......................................................football and never misses a match.

2 18. My uncle worked on a sailing boat until he was thirty. was My uncle .....................................until he was thirty. 19. Do you want to watch TV? feel Do you ..............................................TV? 20. John participated in a swimming competition last week. part John .............................................in a swimming competition last week. 21. June and I had a game of tennis. against I had ......................................... June. 22. I played chest almost every day when I was young. used I ................................................chess almost every day when I was young. 23. Volleyball doesn‟t really interest me. in I‟m not......................................volleyball. 24. I enjoyed myself at your birthday party. fun I.................................................at your birthday party. 25. Young children like Disney land. popular Disneyland .....................................young children. 26. Karen doesn‟t like watching sport on TV. keen Karen ..............................................watching sport on TV. D. Choose the correct answer. 27. When you rang, I ........................my bike. A.cleaned C. used to clean B.was cleaning D. clean 28. At my last basketball club, we ...................every Saturday for three hours. A.were training C. train B.training D. used to train 29. I really ........................the meal we had at your house last Tuesday. A.was liking C. like B.liked D. am liking 30. We ........................to the beach every day when we were on holiday. A.went C. go B. were going D. used to going 31. I borke my leg when Tony and I .....................for the school sports day. A.practised C. were practising B.used to practise D. are practising 32.Leon never .........................about it, but he was once a world champion skier. A.talks C. was talking B.is talking D. talk 33. I ........................like golf, but now I really like it. A.don‟t use to C. didn‟t used to B.don‟t used to D. didn‟t use to 34. Denise ........................at the stadium until she finds a better job. A.works C. used to work B. is working D. was working E. Match the two halves of the sen tences 35. I waited outside the tennis club for 36. When you rang, I was in 37. We finally got to the stadium just in 38. I just play football for 39. I loved that film and when it comes out 40. It‟s great to appear on .............. .............. .............. .............. ..... ......... .............. A. fun, and I don‟t want to do it as a job. B. stage, with all the audience clapping. C. time to see the match start. D. a long time, but George didn‟t appear. E. on DVD, I‟ll definitely get it. F. the middle of cleaning my football boots.

Помогите! Match the two halves of English sayings. Are they similar to any in your own language? How many Russian sayings about time can you think of?

a) Time and tide 1 will be done at no time.
b) A stitch in time 2 like the present.
c) The one who is first to act 3 what you can do today.
d) Well begun 4 saves nine.
e) Never put off till tomorrow 5 wait for no man.
f) Busiest men 6 when you’re having fun.
g) What may be done at any time 7 achieves success.
h) There’s no time 8 find the most time.
i) Today is the tomorrow 9 is half done.
j) Time flies 10 we worried about yesterday.

TEST 2 • Reading Taskl Read the text below. Match choices (A—H) to (1—5). There are three choices you don't need to use. Write your answers on the separ

ate answer sheet. Peacekeeping Wherever there is conflict in the world and enemies have agreed to let a third party or neutral force come in to try and maintain the peace, it is usually the familiar blue helmets of the United Nations that we see on the scene. (D The actual definition of peacekeeping is a bit unclear and it was never written into the original U N Charter, but it goes something like «using military personnel f r om different countries under the command of the U N to control and resolve armed conflicts either between or within states». Peacekeeping is neither just finding out the facts nor full-scale military intervention, but something in between. Over the last ten years it has become clear that for peacekeeping to work certain things must already be in place — the conflicts must actually have finished and there must be a genuine desire for peace on both sides. The peacekeeping force must have clear international support and a mandate that shows it is strictly neutral; and it needs adequate resources to do the job. (2) There have been 56 U N peacekeeping operations in total since 1948, although over 30 of those have happened since 1990. Two of these operations have in fact never stopped since 1948: the interventions in the Arab/Israeli conflict following the foundation of the state of Israel, and in the dispute between Pakistan and India over the Kashmir region. Another that has been going on for over forty years is on the divided island of Cyprus, where peace has been maintained between Greek and Turkish Cypriots since March 1964. (3) There are different types of intervention, some more discrete than others: Observation/monitoring only, for example of Cuban troops leaving Angola or of the Iran-Iraq ceasefire in 1991. Assisting a country to independence, for example in Namibia 1978— 1989. Armed intervention, for example in the Suez Canal region 1956—1967 to keep Egypt and Israel apart and supervise the withdrawal of troops f r om the UK, France and Israel. (4) They are professional soldiers, civilian police and m i l i t a r y observers f r o m any member country of the U N . These countries also p r o v i d e supplies, transp o r t a t i o n , telecommunications, and a d m i n i s t r a t i v e help, amongst other t h i n g s . (5) Somalia was the first b i g f a i l u r e f o r U N i n t e r v e n t i o n in 1992. In Srebrenica in 1994, a Dutch force under U N command failed to p r e v e n t a massacre of the local population, and in R w a n d a in the same year there was fullscale genocide of nearly a million people, despite a peacekeeping force of 5,000. Four U N missions to A n g o l a failed to stop civil war breaking out again and again. I t seems only if there is a real will to t u r n away f r o m w a r , can peacekeepers be e f f e c t i v e . T h e attack on U N headquarters in Baghdad in 2003 has also called into question the respect f o r being impartial which the o r g a n i z a t i o n t h o u g h t it had. N e v e r t h e l e s s , most people agree that the w o r l d still needs some kind of neutral body, backed by f o r c e i f necessary, f o r helping f o r m e r enemies make the transition f r o m w a r to peace. A W h o A r e the Peacekeepers? В Some Success Stories C W h a t Is It? D W h o Pays? E A r e A l l U N Peacekeeping Missions Similar? F T h e Future G H o w L o n g Has I t Been G o i n g on? H D i d n ' t Peacekeeping Get a Bad N a m e in the 1990s?

Complete the text with the correct form of the words in capitals. There is an example at the beginning (0).The songs of the humpback whale are

beautiful (0) collections of moans and sighs and it is possible to make (1) ____ of these with a microphone.With enough (2) ____ you can listen to a song and tell which year it was sung in and where it came from.пожаловатьсяThe whales do most of their (3) ____ in the winter season,after their annual (4) ____ south from the Arctic. It is always the young males who set off first to the tropical breeding areas,and most of the (5) ____ are given by solitary males who are looking for a mate.The songs all have a definite sequence of parts. This (6) ____ is never changed, and there are clear rules of (7) ____ which must not be broken. There is very little (8) ____ between the songs at the start of a season and those from the previous year. However, over the next few months, the different parts of each song may be swapped, shortened, and (9) ____ may be made to the notes. During a breeding season, the whales all try to sing the most up-to-date version of the song. (10) ____ is similar to the way human language evolves, with contributions from many members of the population.
0) collect 1) record 2) practise 3) sing 4) migrate 5) perform 6) arrange 7) compose 8) differ 9) alter 10) develop



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