Final Test Variant 2
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Final Test Variant 2Раздел 1 – Чтение
Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведенных ниже утверждений А1 – А8 соответствуют содержанию текста (1-True), какие не соответствуют (2 - False), и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3- Not stated)
Russian nesting dolls, or matryoshka dolls, are little wooden dolls set inside one another, going from smallest to largest. There are usually around seven, eight or nine dolls in one set and they are painted to look like people — sometimes children, sometimes adults. Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists visiting Russia buy them as souvenirs. How did they become so popular? The first set of dolls was created in 1890. Two men, Vasily Zvyozdochkin and Sergey Malyutin, worked on the project together, with Vasily carving the dolls and Sergey painting them to look like Russian peasants. The largest doll featured a farm girl holding a rooster. Sergey was a’ crafts painter who worked in an area north of Moscow. The area, the Abramtsevo estate, was known for hosting artists, and some of Russia’s finest artists stayed there for a time. Savva Mamontov, the owner of the estate, and his wife were impressed with the dolls. Savva’s wife took the dolls to a competition in Paris in 1900. There the dolls won a bronze medal, and afterwards other doll makers began to make replicas, which were then shipped around the world.
The inspiration for the dolls is believed to have come from Japan. Vasily and Sergey admired a doll from the Japanese island of Honshu. However, it is not clear which doll. It could have been the daruma doll, which is wooden and empty inside. Or, though, the fukuruma doll, which is a set of nesting dolls, with the largest doll resembling a Buddhist monk. Either of these dolls could have been the one Vasily and Sergey admired.
The themes of the matryoshka dolls are often of farm boys and girls, but since their creation, a variety of different subjects have been painted on the dolls’ exterior. Some themes include a set of fairy tale characters, and others celebrate a particular time of the year. There are collections of animals, musicians, film stars and astronauts. The most recent ones display Russian leaders Putin, Medvedev and Yeltsin. A mistake some non-Russians make when referring to the dolls is that they call them babushka dolls. In Russian, ‘babushka’ means ‘grandmother’. The proper name is ‘matryoshka’, which means ‘little matron’. It comes from the female first name, ‘Matryona’.
The design of the dolls has slowly found its way into other objects. Furniture designers have made a set of tables in which one fits under the other, and there may be three, four or five tables in a set. Some clothing designs follow the example of the dolls, in which there are several pieces of clothing that make up one item, and the wearer can remove items and wear them separately.
A1 Russian nesting dolls are more popular with children than adults. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated A2 The man who cut and carved the wood also painted them. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated A3 Savva Mamontov and his wife were artists. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated A4 The dolls became popular around the world before they won a prize. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated A5 Sergey and Vasily used a Japanese doll for inspiration. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated A6 The doll sets look like famous people are the most popular these days. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated A7 Some people incorrectly call them babushka dolls. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated A8 Sergey and Vasily also designed furniture together. 1) True , 2) False 3) Not stated
Раздел 2 – Грамматика и лексика
Test Level Variant
1 2 2
В 2 Выберите правильный ответ и запишите его в таблицу ответов. 1 What …? I’ m an engineer. а) you do b) do you c) are you d)you are 2 I speak French. … English? а) is she speaking b) do she speaking c) speak she d) does she speak 3 What magazine … now? а) she reads b) is she reading c) she reading d) she is reading 4 I … coffee, so I’m having tea now. а) am not liking b) not liking c) don’t like d) not like 5 Annie … from Ireland. а) is coming b) come c) coming d) comes 6 We don’t know … about car engines. а) nothing b) anything c) something d) everything 7 … at college yesterday? No, I went to the theatre. а) you were b) was you c) were you d) did you be 8 Please, remember, you … to be in before 11 pm a) must b) have c) have had d) had had 9 When … a letter from her last? а) you received b) received you c) did you receive d) have received 10 … you ever … a film in which a train crashed or a ship sank? а) Have… seen b) Did … see c) Do … see d) Were … seen 11 Tell the boys … . a) stop shouting b) to stop shout c) to stop shouting d) stop shout 12 The sea is … unknown part of our world. а) the largest b) larger c) the most largest d) the most larger
В3 Put the questions. 1 He works in an office every day. (Where?) 2 She is playing basketball in the sport centre now. (When?) 3 They lived on the seventh floor. (What floor?) 4 We usually have dinner at 7 o’clock in the evening. (When?) 5 My brother went to college by bus.(How?)
В4 Translate in to English. 1 Ты написал тест вчера? Да, он был очень трудным. 2 Когда он обычно встает? Обычно он встает в 6 утра. 3 Она любит путешествовать? Нет, она любит сидеть дома. 4 Я не смотрю телевизор сейчас, я рисую. 5 Что они делают в данный момент? Они пишут тест. 6 Вчера было очень холодно? Нет, вчера было очень жарко.
Раздел 3 Writing
You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Bill who writes:
...At school we are doing projects on famous people of different countries. If I choose Russia whom should I write about? What is this person famous for and what do you know about him/her? Why do you think people in other countries should know about this person?
I’ve just watched an interesting wildlife TV programme...
Write a letter to Bill. In your letter answer her questions, ask 3 questions about his favourite TV programmes. Write 100—140 words. Remember the rules of letter writing. You have 20 minutes to do this task.