Ватсон Variant 13

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Ватсон Е.Р. ВПР 7 класс TEST 13
Перед вами 5 предложений А – Е с пропусками и варианты слов или словосочетаний для заполнения этих пропусков, обозначенные цифрами 1 – 3. Внимательно прочитайте их. Вы услыщите диалог. Для каждого предложения А – Е выберите слово или словосочетание, соответствующее содержанию диалога. Каждому пропуску подходит только одно слово или словосочетание. Вы услышите запись дважды. При повторном прослушивании проверьте себя. У вас есть 45 сек., чтобы ознакомиться с заданиями
Groundfather knows that Betty likes soup because …………………….. told him so .
1) Betty 2) Betty’s mother 3) Betty’s grandmother
B. Betty does NOT like…………………… .
cabbage 2) carrots 3) onions
C. Betty eats her soup with ……………… bread.
1) white 2) brown 3) no
D. Grandfather is going to give Betty ………….… .for dessert.
1) ice cream 2) cake 3) tea and cookies
E. Grandfather did NOT make the ………….……… himself.
1) soup 2) bread 3) ice cream
Запишите в таблицу выбранные цифры под соответствующими буквами.
Ответ: A B C D E

2. Прочитайте текст вслух. У вас есть полторы минуты на подготовку и полторы минуты, чтобы прочитать текст вслух.
In the past, some towns in Northern Alaska were hard to get to in winter. People could only get there by taking a dog sledge. As the years passed, planes replaced dog teams. People began to forget about this old tradition. But in 1973 a group of people who were interested in Alaskan history started a new sport: a dog sledge race. Each sledge is pulled by a team of 12 dogs that are tied together with ropes. Dog sledge competitions can last for many days. During this time, it is very important to take good care of the dogs.
4. Установите соответствие между текстами А – Е и их темами, выбрав тему 1 – 6 из списка. Используйте каждую тему только один раз. В задании есть одна тема лишняя.
This text deals with….
1) a famous woman with a man’s name.
2) a woman who has won many prizes.
3) an artist who was too modern for his time.
a woman who studied dinosaurs.
popular culture.
opera music.
A. George Elliot, born Mary Anne Evans was a prominent English writer, journalist and translator of the Victorian Era. She wrote seven novels and is known best for her psychological fiction and realism. Although it was more or less acceptable to publish books under a female name during her time, she wanted to avoid falling into the stereotypical category of female fiction.
B. Henry Purcell was an English composer in the 17th century. Although he as strongly influenced by Italian and French music, Purcell actually invented a version of Baroque that was very British. Purcell wrote a lot of music for the theatre and is regarded as the first English opera composer. He was the first composer to set the English language to song.
C. William Turner was a romantic English painter who lived in the 18th – 19th centuries. He is most known for his expressive landscapes and marine paintings done in orange and yellow colours. His style reminds one of impressionism, even though he came before their time.
D. Mary Anning was an English fossil collector, who laid the groundwork for paleontology. She grew up in a poor family, her father died when she was very young, so she made money by selling seashells she found on the shore. She discovered the first complete skeletons of several kinds of dinosaurs but did not receive any credit for her work.
E. Meryl Streep is an American actress born in 1949. She is considered one of the best actresses of her generation, especially famous for her ability to take on very different roles and accents. She has had more award wins and nominations than any other actor with a record of 21 Academy Award nominations, of which she has won 3.
Запишите в таблицу выбранные цифры под соответствующими буквами.
Ответ: A B C D E
5. Прочитайте текст и вставьте вместо каждого пропуска нужную грамматическую форму, выбрав её из четырёх предложенных вариантов.
The Sun and the Moon
Once the Sun and the Moon were arguing.
“I’m so A ……………… beautiful than you are!” said the Sun. “I’m a star! I shine! I bring warmth and light! You B ………………. a light of your own! You are trying to be my mirror but you are doing a very bad job of it.”
“How wrong you C …………… !” said the Moon. “I may not have a light of my own, but I still give light and also, I constantly change my shape! I’m so beautiful that poets write poems about me and artists draw pictures of me and singers sing songs about D .………… beauty!” .
“I think it’s about time to teach E ……………….…a lesson!” thought the Cloud. It filled up the sky and nobody could see either the Sun, or the Moon.
A) 1. the more 2. much 3. more 4. much more
B) 1. didn’t have 2. doesn’t have 3. not have 4. don’t have
C) 1. are 2. is 3. be 4. am
D) 1. me 2. my 3. mine 4. I’m
E) 1. they 2. them 3. their 4. theirs
Запишите в таблицу выбранные цифры под соответствующими буквами.
Ответ: A B C D E
6. Прочитайте текст и вставьте вместо каждого пропуска подходящее слово, выбрав его из списка. Два слова в списке лишние.
Borodino Panorama
The Borodino Panorama is a tourist attraction in Moscow. It shows the famous Battle of Borodino fought during the War of 1812 A …………….. Napoleon and Field Marshal Mikhail Kutuzov. The whole panorama is 115 meters B ………….. . It was painted by the well-known battle painter Franz Rouband. The beautiful panorama is displayed in a building that was designed for it in 1962. Visitors to the museum can see C …………… single episode of the battle in great detail. Next to the building of the Panorama one can D ………….…a little wooden house which is part of the E ………………..museum. In a similar house in 1812 Kutuzov made the decision to leave Moscow. 1. between
2. look
3. same
4. long
5. every
6. very
7. see
Запишите в таблицу выбранные цифры под соответствующими буквами.
Ответ: A B C D E