Контрольная работа по английскому языку за 3 триместр 2019-2020 учебного года

Контрольная работа по английскому языку за 3 триместр.
2019-2020 учебного года
ФИО ученика______________________________Класс______________
Итого 29 балла
29-27 «5»
26-22 «4»
21-15 «3»
Меньше 14 «2»
1. Аудирование.
Вы услышите диалог. Выберите правильные варианты ответа на
вопросы 1-5. Вы услышите запись дважды.
1. Where are Angela and Paul talking?
At home
In a cafe
In the school
2. What country is Angela going for holidays to?
3. What job does Angela's father do?
An artist
A sportsman
A teacher
4. What's Angela's hobby?
Fine Arts
5. What's Angela's favourite food?
Green salad
2. Чтение.
Установите соответствие между текстами и заголовками. В задании один
заголовок лишний.
А. What weather conditions does Iceland have?
B. What domestic animals are popular in Iceland?
C. What famous place in Iceland attracts many tourists?
D. What differs Iceland from other countries?
E. What is the population of Iceland?
F. What is Iceland like?
1. Iceland is a small country to the north-west of Europe. It has a unique
landscape with small lakes and fast rivers, volcanoes, snow and ice peaks. These
striking panoramas exist in harmony. Iceland is a country of extraordinary nature
and beautiful views.
2. Icelandic weather is unpredictable throughout the year. Bright sunshine can
easily change to cold and miserable weather within a few hours. In the summer, rain
is typical in Iceland. From September to May, when the temperature falls, it often
snows, especially on the south and west coasts.
3. Hengill is a famous landmark of the country. It is a field near Reykjavik of
more than 7 thousand hot springs. The water from the springs is used to warm the
houses and to fill the open pools in the capital of Iceland. The water comes from
below the earth where the temperature is about seven thousand degrees.
4. Horses are widely used in Iceland for farming. From the Viking Age they have
become a part of Iceland's culture. They look like My Little Pony toys but they are
really strong, so they can do heavy work and survive cold winters.
5. An adventurous traveller will never mistake Iceland's scenery for any other
because of the boiling water fountains and the steam coming from the earth. Iceland
is the only place in the world where you can hike up a volcano and even go inside.
There are guided walks to the glaciers, large masses of slowly moving ice, too.
3. Грамматика.
Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные
заглавными буквами в конце строк, так, чтобы они грамматически
соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными
It had been a week since Jake started travelling through the desert.
He_____________very thirsty. Last time he had a drink was
yesterday morning.
_________feet sank in the hot sand and he could hardly move.
"When will I reach water?" he thought. "And I haven't eaten for
It was obvious that if Jake didn't find any water and food soon,
He___________ a few steps toward another dune. It was easier to
walk along the top of a hill, than along the bottom.
something green in the distance. Was it a mirage or an oasis?
He hoped for the best and the hope helped him move ________.
Soon, that distant green colour turned into real trees and grass.
Jake saw a small stream of water. Also there some palm trees that
gave shade.
Their wide _________________ could protect Jake from the sun's
rays. Though the sun was shining, it didn't burn anymore.
4. Лексика.
Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски данными словами. Два слова в
списке лишние.
decoration invited invented tradition gave candles took
In the 18th century, people started decorating Christmas trees
with___________________. Later, with the discovery of electricity, electric lights
were put on Christmas trees. It was Edward Johnson, an assistant of Thomas Edison,
who first used electric lights for Christmas tree_________________. People liked
his idea. However, it___________________ several years before the electric lights
became available to the general public. The most popular Christmas decoration
was____________________by a German glass-blower who made a ball and
decorated it with angel figures and snowflakes. He gave it as a gift to his daughter.
The girl decided to put the ball on the Christmas tree. It was so beautiful that the
glass-blower made many more decorated balls. It is believed that this man started
the__________________of decorating the tree with coloured glass balls.
5. Письмо.
Read the article again. Then complete the box in your copy-book.
Arguments for animal testing
Arguments against animal testing
Every year, thousands of medicines are tested on animals. Is this necessary or is it
something we can avoid?
On the one hand, research on animals has brought us many benefits. It helped us
discover ways to help people and other animals live healthier lives in the future.
Moreover, scientists claim that there is no other way to test if certain drugs are safe
for living beings.
On the other hand, many of these experiments cause pain to animals. Animals have
rights too and it's cruel to make them suffer. Furthermore, not all animal testing has
brought benefits to human beings.
To sum up, there are strong arguments both for and against animal testing.
Nowadays, scientists try to make experiments as humane as possible. However, I
believe that animal testing is cruel and scientists should keep trying to find other
methods to test new drugs.