Контрольные материалы проведения среза знаний "British and Russian culture" 11 класс

проведения среза знаний по учебному предмету «Иностранный язык»
11 класс
Тема: British and Russian culture
А. Answer the questions:
1) Which museums does the guide invite you to visit in London?
a. The William Shakespeare Museum
b. The Roald Dahl Museum
c. The Charles Dickens Museum
2) What other interesting places can you visit in London?
a. Charles Dickens` birthplace
b. William Shakespeare`s birthplace
c. The Globe Theatre
3) Which famous writers were the students of Oxford University?
a. Lewis Carroll and Robert Louis Stevenson
b. John Tolkien and Clive Lewis
c. Charles Dickens and William Shakespeare
4) Which authors chose Oxford as the setting for their books?
a. John Tolkien and Lewis Carroll
b. Robert Burns and Walter Scott
c. Roald Dahl and J.K. Rowling
5) What city became the setting for the Harry Potter films?
a. Oxford
b. Buckingham
c. Stratford up(on) Avon
6) Whose birthday do the scots celebrate on the 25
of January?
a. R.L. Stevenson
b. J.K. Rowling
c. Robert Burns
7) What city is the birthplace of Arthur Conan Doyle, Walter Scott and Robert Louis
a. Alloway
b. Edinburgh
c. Abbotsford
8) Where can you here the tales of R.L. Stevenson and extracts from J.K. Rowling`s books?
1. in Christchurch College
2. in Edinburgh Castle
3. in Abbotsford
В. True or False:
1. Dostoevsky`s greatest novels were set in St. Petersburg. ________
2. Pushkin`s library in House Museum contains books by Shakespeare and Byron in
English. _________
3. Leo Tolstoy and his family liked to spend winters in Moscow. _________
4. While studying in Moscow? Mikhail Lermontov started to write his poem The Demon.
5. You can see some pictures made by Lermontov in his House Museum. ________
6. The Pushkin House Museum in Moscow is situated in the flat on Arbat where he lived
with his family. ______
7. Pushkin wrote The Captain`s Daughter in his house in Moscow. _______
8. The exhibition in the Pushkin House Museum gives an idea of St. Petersburg before
1812. ______