Итоговая контрольная работа по английскому языку для 9 класса


Муниципальное бюджетное общеобразовательное учреждение
«Вечерняя (сменная) школа №15»
г.Новосибирска
Итоговая контрольная работа по английскому языку
для 9 класса
подготовила
учитель английского языка
Дьяконова Александра Александровна
г. Новосибирск
2015
Раздел 1. Чтение
Прочитайте данный текст. Определите, какие из приведенных
утверждений А1- А9 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не
соответствуют (False).
One of the most important dates during the days of the Spanish Catholic
Monarchs was 12th October 1492: the discovery of America by Christopher
Columbus.
The fact that Christopher Columbus (who was not originally Spanish) appealed
to a foreign court to offer his services proved that the discovery of America was not
unexpected.
Portugal and Spain were well-advanced in the exploration of overseas routes and
Sevilla, a wealthy Spanish city, was by then an important commercial centre.
We know that the African routes were closed to Spain in favour of Portugal. In 1479,
Alfonso V of Portugal recognized the rights of Spain over the Canary Islands, while
Spain recognized the rights of Portugal over the Azores, Cape Verde and Madeira.
The Canary Islands were an excellent bridge for alternate routes. Unified Spain
possessed in 1492 a powerful war machine, a solid economy, naval experience
including the exploration of trade routes and notable scientific-technical potential,
mathematicians, geographers, astronomers and shipbuilders who had been formed
in a melting-pot of three cultures: Jews, Muslims and Christians. Its only rival was its
neighbour, Portugal, which, as we know, had put a stop to Spanish expansion
in Africa.
Columbus’ offer was rapidly accepted, but during his journey to Asia his caravels
unexpectedly came across the American continent.
The Spanish were especially well prepared by history to conquer, occupy,
populate and exploit new lands and assimilate new people. America thus became the
new frontier-land for those people used to its ways and with the military, diplomats
and administrative arms at their disposal to face the challenge. By the middle of the
16th century, they had settled in the two most important places, Mexico on the
Atlantic, and Peru on the Pacific.
court - суд
unexpected неожиданно
were well-advanced хорошо продвинулись
route - маршрут
in favour of в пользу
recognized the rights признал права
possess владеть
expansion - распространение
rival соперник
prepared подготовленный
A1 The discovery of America by Christopher Columbus was an important event
in the life of Spain.
1) True 2) False
A2 The discovery of America was unexpected.
1) True 2) False
A3 Sevilla was the largest sea port and trade center of the world.
1) True 2) False
A4 In the 15-th century it was the privilege of Portugal to use African routes.
1) True 2) False
A5 By 1492 Spain had serious resourses to expand its world influence
1) True 2) False
A6 Spain had necessary professions for making new routes in the world.
1) True 2) False
A7 During his journey to Africa Columbus unexpectedly came across the
American continent.
1) True 2) False
A8 The Spanish were not ready to settle on the newly open lands.
1) True 2) False
A9 The Portugals had settled in the two most important places, Mexico on the
Atlantic, and Peru on the Pacific.
1) True 2) False
Раздел 2. Лексика и грамматика
Раскройте скобки, выбрав правильный вариант ответа. B1-B10
Two friends were (B1- travelled, travelling) on the road together when (B2-
sudden, suddenly) they came face to face with a large bear. In great fear, and without a
(B3- think, thought) about his (B4- companion, company), one man
immediately (B5- climbed, climbs) a tree and hid. The other, seeing that he was
alone opposite the bear, threw himself on the ground and (B6- pretended,
pretending) to be dead, for he had heard that a bear will not touch a dead body. The
bear approached him, sniffing at his nose and ears, but the man, with great (B7-
courage, courageous), held his breath and kept still, and at last the bear, thinking him
dead, walked (B8- slowly, slow) away. When the bear was far the first (B9-
traveller, travel) came down from his tree and asked his companion what the bear had
said to him. He said: I observed from my tree that he put his mouth very close to
your ear.” His companion replied: “It was not a great secret. He wisely advised me not
to keep company with those who when they get into (B10- difficulty, difficult),
leave their friends in the trouble.”
Раздел 3. Письмо
С1
You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend Jane.
... Yesterday I went to our school library to take some books to read. Is there
a library at your school? Do you take books from the library? What kind of books do