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  • 1. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 1 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Brian and his friend about places they are going to visit on holiday. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. Т F 0 И □ Brian is going on holiday to Spain this summer. 1 □ □ Brian is going to spend a couple of weeks in Spain. 2 □ □ Brian is going to Spain because he likes the cool weather. 3 □ □ Tina is going to Italy alone. 4 □ □ Last year Rebecca visited Mexico. 5 □ □ Tom is going to visit France this summer. б □ □ Amanda is going to Australia with her friends. LISTENING TEST 1 VARIANT II Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Brian and his friend about places they are going to visit on holiday. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 12 □Brian is going on holiday to Spain this summer. 1 D D Brian is going to spend a couple of days in Spain. 2 D D Brian is going to Spain because he likes the hot weather. 3 □ □ Jim have found a cheap tour to India in a travel agency. 4 D D Last year Rebecca visited China. 5 D D Tom has got friends in New York. 6 D D Amanda is going to Australia with her family friends. ----------------------------- 7 Тексти для аудіювання подані наприкінці книжки (див. с. 83). PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 2. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 2 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Mr Simpson and an editor who do a job interview. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 № □ Mr 1 □ □ Mr 2 □ □ Mr 3 □ □ Mr 4 □ □ Mr 5 □ □ Mr 6 □ □ Mr LISTENING TEST 2 VARIANT II Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Mr Simpson and an editor who do a job interview. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 № □ Mr 1 □ □ Mr 2 □ □ Mr 3 □ □ Mr 4 □ □ Mr 5 □ □ Mr 6 □ □ Mr 8 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 3. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 3 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Henry and his father about the chores his friends dislike most. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. Henry had to write a poem about the chores he disliked most at school today. T F 0 □ s 1 □ □ 2 □ □ 3 □ □ 4 □ □ 5 □ □ 6 □ □ LISTENING TEST 3 VARIANT II Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Henry and his father about the chores his friends dislike most. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. Henry had to write a poem about the chores he disliked most at school today. T F 0 □ № i □ □ 2 □ □ 3 □ □ 4 □ □ 5 □ □ 6 □ □ PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 4. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 4 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Janies and David who is telling about his day. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the F CH David had a bad day. CD David was at the shop in the High Street. □ David saw a young man who was in trouble. ED A robber was trying to steal a handbag. CH Nobody wanted to help to catch the robber. CH The old lady hit David with her umbrella. C3 The old lady ran off in the end. LISTENING TEST 4 VARIANT II Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between James and David who is telling about his day. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 i D David had a bad day. 1 □ EH David was in the High Street. 2 D D David saw an old lady who was in trouble. 3 D D A robber was trying to steal David’s handbag. 4 D D David tried to grab the bag away from the robber. 5 D D The old lady hit the robber with her umbrella. 6 D D The old lady said sorry in the end. 10 PHOTOCOPIABLE example. T 0 [X] 1 □ 2 □ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ 6 □
  • 5. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 5 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Tom and his mother about buying a mobile phone. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 D 0 Tom wants to buy a phone that is not cheap. 1 □ □ Tom wants a mobile phone to keep in touch with his friends. 2 D D Tom’s mum thinks Tom will play video games if he has a mobile phone. 3 □ □ Tom’s mum thinks that mobile phones should be used for entertainment. 4 D D Tom wants to buy a mobile phone with a camera. 5 Q Q Tom doesn’t have a digital camera. 6 □ D Tom mum’s will buy a phone to Tom when he will get older. LISTENING TEST 5 VARIANT II Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Tom and his mother about buying a mobile phone. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 D § Tom wants to buy a phone that is not cheap. 1 D D Tom wants a mobile phone to keep in touch with his mother. 2. D D Tom’s mum thinks Tom will not study if he has a mobile phone. 3 □ □ Tom’s mum thinks that mobile phones should be used for study. 4 D D Tom wants to buy a mobile phone with a card. 5 D D Tom doesn’t have a digital camera in his phone. 6 □ □ Tom’s mum thinks that a mobile phone is unnecessary for Tom now. 11 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 6. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 6 VARIANT I Lookthrough your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Barbara and her editor about the ho­ tel report. You'll hear it twice. Mark ifthe statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. Barbara thinks the Bellemarsh Hotel was quite cheap. EH CD The hotel is situated in Chicago. CD CD She doesn’t need to include the telephone number of the hotel in her report. □ CD The hotel has got a swimming pool. CD CD There were no fireplace in Barbara’s room. CD CD The restaurant at the hotel serves excellent steak. CD □ Barbara is going to write the final report. T F 0 □ № 1 □ □ 2 □ □ 3 □ □ 4 □ □ 5 □ □ 6 □ □ LISTENING TEST 6 VARIANT II Lookthrough your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Barbara and her editor aboutthe ho­ tel report. You'll hear it twice. Mark ifthe statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. Barbara thinks the Bellemarsh Hotel was quite cheap. CD CD The hotel is situated in New York. CD CD She doesn’t need to include the address of the hotel in her report. CD CD The hotel hasn’t got a sauna. □ □ Barbara’s room had its own fireplace. CD CD The restaurant at the hotel doesn’t serve meat. □ □ The editor of the magazine is going to write the final report. T F 0 □ 0 i □ □ 2 □ □ 3 □ □ 4 □ □ 5 □ □ 6 □ □ 12 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 7. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 7 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between a policeman and a witness of a car accident. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 □ mThe witness was on the bus when the accident happened. 1 D D The witness believes the car was going extremely fast. 2 CD CDThe accident happened in Birch Street. 3 CD D The witness thinks the accident was the girl’s fault. 4 CD CD The car didn’t brake. 5 CD CD The car didn’t hit the little girl. 6 CD CD The drivers were injured. LISTENING TEST 7 VARIANT II Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between a policeman and a witness of a car accident. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. The witness was on the bus when the accident happened. D D The witness believes the van was going a little bit fast. CD CD The accident happened in Marsdon Road. CD CD The witness thinks the accident wasn’t the girl’s fault. T F 0 □ №The 1 □ □ The 2 □ □ The 3 □ □ The 4 □ □ The 5 □ □ The 6 □ □ The 13 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 8. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 8 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Jane and Peter about a school trip. You'll hear it twice. Mark ifthe statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. Peter went to Durham on Wednesday. 1 □ □ The first place Peter visited was the castle. ED G Peter enjoyed listening to a talk about stamps. EH □ Peter thought the castle was cold. D D Inashop, Peter got postcards. ED ED Peter took photos of windows. □ □ Peter couldn’t take photos of friends. T F 0 □ 81 1 □ □ 2 □ □ 3 □ □ 4 □ □ 5 □ □ 6 □ □ LISTENING TEST 8 VARIANT II Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Jane and Peter about a school trip. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. Peter went to Durham on Wednesday. T F 0 □ SI i □ □ 2 □ □ 3 □ □ 4 □ □ 5 □ □ 6 □ □ 14 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 9. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 9 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Nuala and Sean about a recenttravel experience. You'll hear it twice. Mark ifthe statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 № □ Nuala checked the bus times on Thursday. 1 □ □ Nuala’s flight was at 12:00. 2 □ □ The airport bus goes differently at weekends. 3 □ □ Nuala was too late to get the metro to the city. 4 □ □ Nuala stayed in the city. 5 □ □ During that night, Nuala read magazines and newspapers. 6 □ □ Nuala waited at the airport for five hours. LISTENING TEST 9 VARIANT II Lookthrough your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Nuala and Sean about a recent travel experience. You'll hear it twice. Mark ifthe statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 № □ Nuala checked the bus times on Thursday. 1 □ □ Nuala’s flight was at 12:30. 2 □ □ The airport bus doesn’t go at weekends. 3 □ □ Nuala was too late to get the bus to the airport. 4 □ □ Nuala went back to her friend’s. 5 □ □ During that night, Nuala got a bit of sleep. 6 □ □ Nuala waited at the airport for four hours. 15 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 10. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 10 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between two parents about their son. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 □ m Sean has a test at school tomorrow. 1 □ □ Sean is afraid he won’t pass the test. 2 □ □ Sean’s test is at 2:30 in the afternoon. 3 □ □ Sean’s dad is going to drive him to the test centre. 4 □ □ Sean’s mum thinks he needs more practice with parking. 5 □ □ Sean can park the car easily. 6 □ □ This is not the first time Sean will take the test. LISTENING TEST 10 VARIANT II Lookthrough your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between two parents about their son. You'll hear it twice. Mark ifthe statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 □ № Sean has a test at school tomorrow. 1 □ □ Sean is sure he’ll pass the test. 2 O □ Sean’s test is at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. 3 □ □ Sean’s mum is going to drive him to the test centre. 4 □ □ Sean’s dad thinks he needs more practice with parking. 5 □ □ Parking makes Sean nervous. 6 □ □ This is the first time Sean will take the test. 16 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 11. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 11 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Andy and Wendy about the Aztec empire. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 □ H Andy is writing an essay about different ancient civilizations. 1 D D The land where the Aztecs used to live is now part of the USA. 2 D EH The Aztec people lived later than the 12thcentury. 3 □ □ No sculptures and jewellery of the Aztec empire were found. 4 D D It was very important for a boy to know how to fight well. 5 □ □ Wendy thinks it was a shame that not all girls went to school. 6 D D The king didn’t make important decisions all by himself. LISTENING TEST 11 VARIANT II Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Andy and Wendy about the Aztec empire. You'll hear it twice. Mark ifthe statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. Andy is writing an essay about different ancient civilizations. T F 0 □ m 1 □ □ 2 □ □ 3 □ □ 4 □ □ 5 □ □ 6 □ □ *2KoHTpojn>Hi po6oTHAJix^TIA 3 amniScbxo! mobh. 9 Kjiac 17 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 12. LISTENING LISTENING TEST 12 VARIANT I Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Denise and Brian about their pets. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 №□ 1 □ □ 2 □ □ 3 □ □ 4 □ □ 5 □ □ 6 □ □ LISTENING TEST 12 VARIANT II Look through your tests carefully. Listen to a dialogue between Denise and Brian about their pets. You'll hear it twice. Mark if the statements (1-6) are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. T F 0 S □ i □ □ 2 □ □ 3 □ □ 4 □ □ 5 □ □ 6 □ □ 18 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 13. READING. USE OF ENGLISH. WRITING TEST 1 READING Read the messages and mark if the statements are T (True) or F (False) as in the example. Nadia: Andy, I don’t think I’ll be able to play on Saturday night — sorry. Andy: What??! Why not, Nadia? We need you. It’s an important night and we can’t get another trumpet player before then. And no one in the band can learn to play the trumpet in three days! Nadia: I’m in bed with a cold and a temperature. I cannot play the trumpet right now. Andy: Well it’s only Wednesday. Surely you will be better on Saturday? Nadia: Perhaps, but I can’t practise at the moment, obviously. My throat hurts too much. So I’ve decided to stay in bed. Andy: Well, are you doing anything about your cold? Are you taking any medicine? Perhaps your doctor can give you an injection. Nadia: Hey Andy, thanks for the understanding. I’m ill here! I don’t enjoy having atempera­ ture, you know. I can’t stand lying here and doing nothing! Andy: OK, sorry — but you have to play on Saturday. Some people from a recording com­ pany are coming. They’re looking for new jazz bands like us. It’s our big chance! Nadia: What? Really? Andy: Yes, really. If they think we’re good enough, they might offer us a record deal! Nadia: OK, I promise to try. I’ll do everything I can to get better. I hate being ill and I don’t want to let you down. I’m going to get better! Let’s chat again tomorrow. Andy: OK. Thanks a lot. Get well soon, OK? I mean it! [33] (247 words) T F 0 № □ Nadia is the trumpet player in a band. 1 □ □ There are two days before the band plays. 2 □ □ Nadia has got a sore throat. 3 □ □ Nadia thinks Andy is being very understanding. 4 □ □ Nadia doesn’t want to take any medicine. 5 □ □ A recording company wants new jazz bands. 6 □ □ Nadia doesn’t want to play on Saturday. 19
  • 14. TEST 1 USE OF ENGLISH G rammar Mark the correct variant (A-D) to fill in the blanks (1-6) as in the example. ASIMO is a robot with a human appearance which can run and walk. It (0) in 2000 by engineers at the Japanese company Honda. At the moment, ASIMO (1) to teach young people about maths and science. In the future, it will help people who have problems with movement. In 1495, Leonardo da Vinci first drew plans for a robot that looked like a person. But it wasn’t until the 1950s that the first piece of robotic technology (2) produced. In the USA, George Devol and Joe Engleberger (3) a robot arm, which was (4) in a car factory. These days, robots do jobs in places where a human might get hurt.For example, they (5)____ in places like nuclear power stations, in outer space and deep under the sea. What jobs (6)___ by robots in the future? 0 □ A creates □ В created □ С is created D was created 1 □ A uses □ В is used □ С used □ D was used 2 □ A first □ В first was □ С was first □ D first is 3 □ A design □ в designed □ с are designed □ D were designed 4 □ A used □ в use □ с using □ D be used 5 □ A used • □ в are used □ с use □ D have something used 6 □ A will do □ в might do □ с will be done □ D are done V ocabulary Markthe correct variant (A-D) to fill in the blanks (7-12) as in the example. TOM CRUISE Tom Cruise is one of the (0) successful actors in cinema history. However, life hasn’t always been that easy for him. As a young boy, Tom was shy and had (7) in finding friends, although he really enjoyed (8) part in school plays. After he had finished High School, Tom went to New York to look for work. He found employment as a porter, and at the same time he (9) drama classes. In 1980, the film director Franco Zeffirelli offered Tom his first part in a film. Ten years later, he had become (10) successful that he was one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood, earning millions of dollars for (11) film. Today, Tom (12) appears in films and is as popular as ever with his thousands of fans from all around the world. 0 m A most □ В more □ С best □ D better 7 □ A worry □ В problem □ С fear □ D difficulty 8 □ A making □ В holding □ С taking □ D finding 9 □ A prepared □ в waited □ с attended □ D happened 10 □ A so □ в such □ с too □ D very 11 □ A another □ в all □ с each □ D some 12 □ A yet □ в ever □ с already □ D still WRITING You have left your smartphone in a bus. Write a notice (at least 50 words). Use the plan below and your own ideas: • describe the smartphone; • when and where you have left it; • give your contact details. 20
  • 15. READING. USE OF ENGLISH. WRITING TEST 2 READING Read the text and mark the correct sentence (A-G) to fill in the blanks (1-6) as in the example. A ‘I thought everyone had forgotten,’ replied Ted. B It was very hot in the city centre. C The station was crowded with people and so was the train. D There was no answer, so Ted decided to open the door. E It was already five o’clock and the hotel was on the other side of the city. F The receptionist gave him a small white envelope with his name printed on the front. G Ted jumped in surprise. The sun was shining brightly in the clear, blue sky. (0) Ted Brown was sitting in his office, daydreaming. ‘I wish I were on a sandy beach in an exotic place,’ he thought to himself. Just then, the telephone rang loudly. (1), When he picked it up, a voice said, ‘Come to the Grand Hotel at six o’clock. I have something for you.’ ‘Who’s there?’ Ted asked, but there was no answer. Puzzled, he looked at his watch. (2) He knew he’d have to hurry if he was to get there in time, so he quickly left the office. The traffic outside was terrible, so Ted decided to make the journey to the hotel on the underground. (3) It took him almost an hour to get to the hotel. At exactly six o’clock, Ted was enter­ ing the impressive building. Ted walked towards the reception desk and asked if anyone had left anything for him. (4) Ted opened it and took out the card which was inside. It said ‘Come to room 147 on the 10thfloor and knock on the door three times.’ By now, Ted was very anxious to find out what was going on. When he found room 147, he knocked on the door three times and waited. (5) The room inside was dark. As Ted stepped inside, all the lights came on. ‘Surprise!’ yelled Ted’s friends and family. Ted couldn’t believ
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