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  1. The function of Gerund is: The meeting was planned for discussing and creating.
  2. Object Predicate  c. Complex object  d. Subject  e. Adverbial modifier  f. Attribute
  3. Business before pleasure
  4. Appear means . . .
  5. To become last
  6. To prepare smth to improve the condition
  7. To start to exist or to start to be aviable for the first time
  8. To make someone happy
  9. To start to develop smth
  10. Gerund is used after:
  11. V+obj+preposition
  12. Adjective+preposition
  13. V+question word
  14. Superlative adjective
  15. Preposition+to be
  16. “Used to do” is . . . .
  17. used to talk about habits in the past
  18. used to give a permission
  19. used to talk about present time
  20. modal verb
  21. not a modal verb
  22. used to talk about future
  23. We spoke . . . our life. A) of B) on  C) to  D) from  E) about
  24. Most teenagers find new technology very . . .
  25. slowly b. thrilled c. exciting D) worried E) gigantic
  26. This is an opportunity that comes once in a lifetime. We . . . let it pass.
  27. Shouldn’t have mustn’tc. needn’t have  d. allow  e. don’t have
  28. Prepositions used both by the infinitive and gerund.
  29. by behind  c.nextd. for  eon
  30. Choose the verb which is followed only by Infinitive.
  31. avoid waitc consider  d. miss  e.finish
  32. Both Infinitive and Gerund.
    1. take up give up  c. go on  d. put off  e. keep on
  33. My brother stopped reading and fell asleep.
  34. adverb participle  c. Infinitive  d. gerund  e.modal verb
  35. Ann enjoys listening to music.
  36. adverb participle  c. Infinitive  d. gerund  e.modal verb
  37. If we received documents tomorrow, we should start loading goods.
    1. 1st Conditional
    2. Mixed Conditional
    3. 2nd Conditional
    4. 3rd Conditional
    5. Zero Contional
  38. Choose the antonyms.
  39. cheerful – gloomy faulty — improper  c. birth – berth  d. blew – blue  e.clear – vague
  40. Stratford is a place . . . Shakespeare was born.
    1. why when  c. that d.wheree.wear
  41. Choose the phrasal verb with the meaning “To save money for the future”.
    1. to put off to put on  c.to put aside d. to put out  e.to put down
  42. The verb which is made with prefix.
    1. reconstruct graduate c. electrify  d. locate  e.realize
  43. You have deprived me . . . this pleasure. A) at B) upon  C) of  D) for  E) along
  44. Choose the correct variant of Reported Speech. Do you know where Kate is living?
    1. Ann asked me if I knew where was Kate living
    2. Ann asked me if I know where Kate has live
    3. Ann asked me if I known where is Kate lived
    4. Ann asked me if I knew where Kate was living
    5. Ann asked me if I know where Kate is living
  45. Choose the correct preposition. I replied . . . his letter yesterday. A) to  B) about C) at D) for E) in
  46. Complete the sentence with the 1st If it . . . , we . . . at home.
    1. rains/will stay had rain/stay c. would rained/stayed  d. would rain/stay  e. rains/would rain
  47. Find the correct fraction: 4/9. Four ninths
    1. Match the number with its writing: 9/13. nine across thirteen  b. nine over thirteenc. nine by thirteen  d.nine of thirteen  e. nine above thirteen.
  48. 1 2/3 one and two thirds
  49. Cardinal numbers: two, seven, eight.
  50. Choose the ordinal number.
    1. three hundred
    2. one hundred
    3. thousand and first
    4. two thousand and five
    5. three hundred and five
  51. Grammatical category of noun “paper” is. . .
    1. Countable noun
    2. Uncountable noun
    3. Noncountable noun
    4. Countable noun
    5. Inuncountable noun
  52. Choose the verb which is followed only by Infinitive. A) mind B) suggest  C) resist  D) agree  E) delay
  53. Choose the correct item. The suspect . . . that he had been to the bank that day. A) told B) denied  C) explain  D) refused  E) rejected
  54. Choose the correct variant of Reported Speech. “Don’t make so much noise” the man said to Pete.
    1. The man asked Pete to not make so much noise
    2. The man asked Pete make to not so much noise
    3. The man asked Pete to not make to so much noise
    4. The man asked Pete not to make so much noise
    5. The man asked to Pete not to make so much noise
  55. Choose the form of second conditional – FORMULA
  56. Find the second conditionals.
    1. present perfect, would+present infinitive
    2. present simple, present simple
    3. past simple, would+infinitive
    4. past perfect, would+present infinitive
    5. present simple, future indefinite
  57. This wireless set is better than __ one. A) which B)other C)another D) this E)that
  58. The equivalent to “someone whose job is to report the news for a newspaper, magazine, radio or TV Programme” is – publicist
  59. Complete the sentence with the correct form of the verb. Toddlers . . . outdoors when the weather . . . .
    1. will play/allows
    2. had been playing, allow
    3. have been play, allow
    4. want play/allow
    5. have play/allowed
  60. Correct opinion of collective noun – pack of wolves
  61. Correct opinion of collective noun. a panel of dogs b. gang of criminalsc. a board of cars  d. a group of geese  e. a bunch of rubbish
  62. Correct noun: a) thirty b) humidity, c) beauty d) nearly e) reality
  63. Complete the sentence with the words: not/beautiful/house. It’s . . . I’d imagined.
    1. such not a beautiful house
    2. not as beautiful house as
    3. as beautiful as a house
    4. as not beautiful as house
    5. not as beautiful a house as
    6. not such a beautiful house as
    7. not a house beautiful as
  64. Doctor said that the boy opens his mouth . . . A) wideB) widely C) deep  D) deeply
  65. Choose the right preposition: to insist _ A) by  B) below  C) of  D) in  E) for  F)  at  G) on
  66. The correct indirect speech sentence is:

The teacher asked, “Are you ready for the lesson?”

  1. The teacher asked the students if they were ready for the lesson
  2. The teacher asked we have been ready for the lesson
  3. The teacher asked if they were ready for the lesson
  4. Our teacher asked that we are ready for the lesson
  5. He teacher said to be ready for the lesson
  6. She asked us if they are ready for the lesson
  7. Find verb forming suffix. A) –ly B) –ent  C) –ousD) en  E) or
  8. Canada is washed bу _ ____ осеаns
  9. А) Pacific and Arctic
  10. В) Atlantic and Arctic
  11. С) lndian, Pacific and Arctic
  12. D) Atlantic and Pacific
  13. Е) Pacific,Arctic аnd Atlantic
  14. How . . . milk in the bottle?A) much B) many  C) a few  D) a little  E) little
  15. The correct sentence with Complex Object:
  16. Everyone thought that she will come
  17. Nobody expected her coming
  18. I always expect my guests at home
  19. Mary was sure she will come too
  20. She is expected to be on time
  21. Make up compound word: OVER – A) former B) crowded  C) more  D) cooked  E) meal
  22. LUGGAGE – uncountable noun
  23. Sentence with possessive pronouns.
  24. A) It’s Carol’s skirt
  25. B) She is beautiful
  26. C) They are not mine
  27. D) it’s your dog
  28. E) Those are our relatives
  29. F) These are my books
  30. He run . . . the other side of the hill. A) past B) down  C) up  D) along  E) across
  31. Black cats are known . . . misfortuneto bring
  32. The girl living to the next door works for a foreign company.
  33. Noun DISPOSE – DISPOSAL
  34. Global warming . . . by humans. A) was caused B) to cause  C) cause  D) had cause E) cause
  35. 5 small round blue disks
  36. A bird may be known by its song
  37. Catch up with means – to work hard to do uncompleted work
  38. Equivalent to “ask for smth you have a right to” – CLAIM
  39. Prefix is:irregular
  40. Maria ____ the window because it was stuffyopened
  41. John bought Maria a pair of…. gloves? –black leather
  42. The prices of the goods are state.Below
  43. The sentence with Subjunctive. I wish I were ready to change my life
  44. John said he was feeling ill. I was feeling pretty bad myself
  45. We have taken our dictionaries, has she taken hers?
  46. Interrogative sentence. With whom did you come yesterday?
  47. Participle 1. Looking straight into my eyes, our secretary may tell awful lies.
  48. Participle 1. Smiling face is always beautiful
  49. 3rd type syllabus: start, work her.
  50. You must try and get to the lesson . . . A) more earlier B) the earlier  C) earliest  D)much early  E)earlier
  51. Order of adjectives. They saw a gigantic round silver spaceship
  52. Verb only used by infinitive: AGREE
  53. Complex object: My last employer made me agree on such conditions.
  54. Future form of MUST – WILL HAVE TO
  55. Participle 2. A brokencup may be hardly repaired.
  56. The Internet had changedour lives by the early 2000s.
  57. When we returnedto the office our colleagues were[i] typing a business letter.
  58. A man pointed atthe huge wave and everyone started screaming
  59. Verb only used as Gerund – resist
  60. The United States found KZ as a reliable partner in . . .Central Asia.
  61. The hotel is located near the
  62. We didn’t expect him to answerour questions.
  63. TheFrench were thefirst settler to this country
  64. She lives in She owns a house on Thames river.
  65. We are considering getting engaged
  66. Correct sentence.Try not to forget her birthday.
  67. In this sentence Gerund is:Driving is pleasant.A) adverbial modifierB) predicateC) attributeD) objectE) subject
  68. The adjective “stale”: A) catB) houseC) hatD) breadE) question
  69. It was nice of youto come.
  70. He ran downthe other side of the hill.
  71. There are planes taking offor landing every few minutes.
  72. Next year our manager will find a way to beeffective
  73. Adjective order: old-fashioned handmade doll
  74. I dislike the idea of . . . my holiday at home. A)spendingB) to spend C) to have spent  D) spend  E) to spending  F) spends
  75. Paraphrase: The boy was taken from his parents at an early age.
    1. Being taken from his parents at an early age the boy had a very difficult life.
  76. Find the word with the suffix meaning an acting person.Written B) Writer C) Writing D) Writability E) Writness
  77. Suitable forms of the verbs: If you… the job, you … more freedom.
    1. get/would had got /’d not havec. get /would have d. gets/ would have
  78. William Shakespeare ____in this house when he was a child. A) had livedB) used to live C) had been lived D) was living E) lives

 

The Tower of London is one of the most imposing and popular of London’s historical sites. It comprises not one, but 20 towers. The oldest of which, the White Tower, dates back to the 11th century and the time of William the Conqueror. Nowadays a lot of tourists visit the Tower of London, because of the Tower’s evil reputation as a prison. The Tower is famous as home of the Crown Jewels. Today tto change my lifehey can be viewed in their new jewel house. They include the Crown of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother which contains the celebrated Indian diamond. Many stories associated with British history come from the Tower. In 1483 King Edward IV’s two sons were murdered in the so-called Bloody Tower. Over two centuries later the skeletons of two little boys were found buried beneath steps in the White Tower.

Traitor’s Gate has steps leading down to the River Thames. Countless prisoners, including the future Queen Elisabeth I of England, were brought to the Tower by barge and ascended the steps before being imprisoned. For many it was their last moment of freedom before their death. Bu t Elizabeth was released from the Tower and became Queen. The King’s second wife, Anne Boleyn, was brought to trial there in 1536 and beheaded. Six years later her cousin, Catherine, Henry VIII’s fifth wife, suffered the same fate Thomas More was beheaded there in 1535.

Of course, no visit to the Tower would be complete without seeing the ravens; huge black birds who are an official part of the Tower community. Legend states that if the ravens were to leave the Tower the Crown will fall and Britain with it. Under the special care of the Raven Master, the ravens are fed a daily diet of raw meat. And there is no danger of them trying away, because their wings are clipped.

  1. According to the text people were beheaded in the Tower of London.
  2. A) 3 B) 1 C) 7 D) 2 E) 5
  3. The ravens in the Tower would not fly away only because….
    1. the Crown will fall
    2. their wings are clipped
    3. they live in the tower many years
    4. Raven Master feeds them
    5. the Queen will die
  4. Bloody tower is the place where:
    1. two skeletons were found
    2. two skeletons were found on the steps
    3. two boys were found D) King Edward’s two sons were imprisoned
    4. King Edward ‘s two sons were murdered
  5. lf you go to the Tower of London you can visit home of …
    1. Indian diamond
    2. the Queen Mother’s jewelry
    3. the Crown Jewels
    4. the Crown of Queen Elizabeth
    5. the old jewel house
  6. »Fate» means the things that …
    1. control people
    2. happen to someone
    3. predict the future
    4. help to overcome the problem
    5. solve problems

William I, The Conqueror, was born in 1027 in France. He crossed the English Channel with an army 12,000 men in 1066 and won the battle of Hastings. On Christmas day 1066 he was crowned King in Westminster Abbey. William was one of the first kings of England why started British Royal history. He reigned from  1066 until the death. His great achievements include the Domesday book, which was finished in 1086. The Domesday Book is then first official record which says how many people, towns, villages and farms England had. William founded a strong  central government in England . During his reign many cathedrals and castles were built. He started the construction of the Tower of England.

Since 1066 there have been forty monarchs in England, thirty — five kings, five queens and seven dynasties. Only fourteen monarchs have stayed on the throne for more that twenty-five, one of them is Queen Elizabeth II. Every royal house or “dynasty” has a surname. In Britain’s case is Windsor Queen Elizabeth II is the fourth Windsor monarch. She is also the head of a very large family. She has three son, one daughter and many grandchildren. After Queen Elizabeth II. Britain’s next monarch will probably be Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales. He will be the King Charles III

  1. What is Domesday Book?: the book with accurate figures
  2. Who is Elizabeth II?: the mother of the Prince of Wales
  3. Who is the next after Elizabeth I?: Prince Charles
  4. Why is the Westminster Abbey famous for?: because of the royal ceremonies in there
  5. Why is William I, The Conqueror the Hero of Britain?: because he has won the last battle in the British history
  6. Furniture – uncountable noun.
  7. GERUND: A) afford B) demand  C) postphone  D) hesitate  E) expect
  8. Canada is ..bilingual country and is considered .. world leader in .. language training.
  9. A) -/a/the B) a/a/- C) a/the/-  D) the/a/-  E) the/the/the
  10. She ___ that she had been feeling. A) suggested B) asked C) explainedD) told E) answer
  11. My colleagues suggest . . . our work to a flash drive. A) save B) saving  C) have save  D) to save  E) saved
  12. A giraffe is considered . . . the highest blood pressure of any animals. A) had B) having  C) have  D) it to have  E) to have
  13. Modal verb. You___ not to light three cigarettes with the same match.A) have B) should  C) can  D) ought E) must
  14. GERUND. A) to understand B) understandingC) being understand  D) have understand  E) understood
  15. Possessive pronouns.A) hers B) ours C) mineD) they  E) their  F) yourG) you  H) his
  16. 3rd syllabus: A) buy B) uncle  C) mug  D) duty  E) run  F) butter  G) fur  H) turn
  17. Verb and noun with the same meaning.A) formB) help C) purpose  D) interrupt  E) ask  F) Advice.
  18. Complex subject: Some people appear . . . very easily. A) offering B) to be offended  C) have offer  D) offered  E) to offend
  19. Choose the cardinal numbers.A) five hundred B) the hundredth  C) the thousandth  D) the thirty second  E) the fifty
  20. Choose the cardinal numbers. A) the two thousand and seventy fifth B) the twenty first  C) thirteen  D) three hundred and seventy fiveE) one six
  21. Medical is matched with . . . a. illness treatment c. epidemics
  22. England is predominantly a lowland country with the Pennie Chain, the Cumbrian mountains and the Yorkshire moorlands in thenorth.
  23. The parties couldn’t agree . the terms of the contract. A) at B) in C) out of D) for E) on
  24. He spoke . . . the international situation. A) of B) on  C) in  D) at  E) for
  25. ABSTRACT NOUN:A) intelligence B) bread  C) art  D) tennis  E) historyF) kindness
  26. Find equivalent to “chemical changes in a food when sugar in it produces alcohol” –ferment
  27. Choose the preposition which is followed by Gerund. A) behind B) ago  C) past  D) after  E) next
  28. The new James Bond film is
  29. How . . . sheets of paper do you want? –many
  30. Nobody phoned.
  31. A) Nobody phoned, did they?
  32. B) Nobody phoned, doesn’t they?
  33. C) Nobody phoned, didn’t say?
  34. D) Nobody phones, does he?
  35. E) Nobody phoned, doesn’t he?
  36. Choose the phrasal verb meaning “turn on”.
    1. To come across B) to switch of C) to give up  D) to switch onE) to come up
  37. Winter . . . new hopes by the end of the year. A) was having bring B) bring C) brought D) don’t broughtE) will have brought
  38. Swimming is good for you.
    1. an adverbial modifier of result
    2. an adverbial modifier of purpose
    3. an object
    4. a subject
    5. an attribute
  39. Correct form of the verb. We . . .solve a problem since June.
    1. Try B) have been trying  C) don’t try  D) will try  E) are trying
  40. Choose correct sentence of Reported speech.
    1. John asked them don’t go for a swim
    2. John told could we go that for a swim
    3. John says that could we go for a swim
    4. John suggested that we could go for a swim
    5. John answer we that could go for a swim
  41. Choose the correct pronoun.

If you find . . . money on the floor, it is mine. I dropped . . . this morning.

  1. Any/some much/many  c. some/-  d. some/any  e.any/-
  1. Sam (buy) new tyres so that his car (pass) the safety inspection
    1. bought/had passed
    2. will buy/passed
    3. bought/will pass
    4. bought/would pass
    5. would buy/passed
  2. “I promise I will write to you as soon as I arrived, Jane” said Nick.

Nick promised Jane that he . . . to her as soon as he . . .

  1. will write/arrives
  2. would write/arrives
  3. would write/arrived
  4. would has write/arriving
  5. will have/arrived
  6. She . . . that she had been feeling unwell.
  7. suggested c. explainedd. asked e.answer
  8. Choose the correct sentence of Reported Speech.
  9. Jenny said that she was reading an interesting book
  10. Jenny say she reading an interesting book
  11. Jenny speak that she was reading an interesting book
  12. Jenny tell she was that reading an interesting book
  13. Jenny says was she reading an interesting book
  14. Fill in the gaps with correct variant of Reported Speech.

“I will come tomorrow and finishthe work” the plumber said to grandma

                      The plumber promised grandma that he . . . the next day and . . . the work.

  1. Would come/finished
  2. Will come/finish
  3. Would come/will finish
  • Would has come/finish
  1. Will have come/finished
  2. Complete sentence with Participle 2.

___ messages are kept in a mailbox. 30 days before they get deleted from the database

  1. Receiving received  c. have receive  d. to receive  e. have been receive
  1. Verbs followed by an –ing form.
  2. can’t stand b. can’t prove c. can’t face  d. can’t agree  e. can’t helpf. can’t resist
  3. Choose the correct sentence
    1. It was nice of you to come
    2. It was nice you of come
    3. It was nice you to come
    4. It was nice of you come
    5. It was nice to come you
    6. It was nice of you of come
  4. Many arguments . . . by misunderstanding
    1. Were caused
    2. Had been caused
    3. To cause
    4. Will have caused
    5. Are caused
    6. Will be caused
    7. Has been caused
  5. Choose a general word for the following group
    1. A room a building  c. a door  d. floor  e. window
  6. Her granny has got a nice small old round brown French wooden box.
  7. Choose the correct preposition: That organization is engaged … the sale of timber.
    at b. into c. in d. for e. on
  8. Find the Passive Form of the verb.
  9. A) will ate B) will eaten C) has eaten  D) has eat  F) is eaten  G) had eat
  10. Modal verb followed by «to»
    A) may B) can  C) could  D) must  E) ought
  11. Choose the correct preposition. He included these figures__ his report.
    A) atB) inC) onD) forE) about
  12. Gerund is used after:

superlative adjectives
adjectives and certain verbs
verb + question word
verb + object + preposition
adjectives and preposition
preposition and to be

  1. The word with prefix a) irritate b) it relative c) irruption d) ironstone e) irony
  2. We were surprised…. his behaviora) in b) of c) at d) about e) for.
  3. Find a sentence with reflexive pronoun: She spoke very little of
  4. Modal verb.I … read texts about the ecology and the nature of KZ and prepare a poster. A) have to b) should have c) can to d) will e) must have
  5. Third Conditional.If I hadn’t felt tired, I would have gone to bed later.
  6. Let’s go to the cinema tonight, Amy ……
  7. a) told b) advice c) announced d) explained e) suggested.
  8. Perfect Participle Active sentence:

Having photocopied all the papers, Sarah put them back in the file.

  1. Our colleague …..for a message for the whole next evening.
  2. will be waiting b) was waiting c) waited d) have waited e) wait.
  3. The words ending with [z]. A) pools b) toys c) nights d) pens e) doors f) stripes g) plans
  4. He has got enough money at the moment,….?Hasn’t he?
  5. Words used after LITTLE:

A)furniture  B) blood  C) informationD) luckE) damage F) screw  G) e-mail H) comfort

  1. REPORTED SPEECH.
    1. Michael suggested dad wake him up
    2. Michael says dad to wake up him up early
    3. Michael explained dad wake up him too early
    4. Michael answered dad him to wake him up early
  • Michael told his dad to wake him up early
  1. Mother asked her son . . . the dislike. A)is close B) does close  C) will close  D) to close  E) closed  F) had closed
  2. The phone is ringing. It . . . be Tommy. A) can to B) might  C) must to  D) could to  E) is

What are you afraid of?

  1. You might have a fear of dogs if you have ever been bitten by one. However, if you avoid walking down streets where you think there might be a dog, you may have a phobia, which is an irrational reaction to an object or situation that is not necessarily dangerous. A person whose fear has started to change his or her life probably has a phobia. Different surveys say that between ten and eight percent.
  2. Flying may be the safest way to travel, but many people are scared of doing it. Fear of heights is also very common-even Spider –Man actor Tobey Maguire can’t stand them. However, Tobey is not afraid of spiders, which are the creatures that most people are afraid of. Someone who is terrified of spiders is Rupert Grint, who plays Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films. In one scene of the film, we come into the spider’s hollow, where we meet Aragog –a spider that is size of an elephant and really scary because he has these hairs. I’m really scared of spiders, he said. J.K.Rowling, whose wrote the Harry Potter books, also shares his phobia.
  3. Cats are cuddy for most of us, but apparently not for such powerful figures in history as Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, Julius Caesar and Napoleon Bonaparte, who all shared a fear of felines. Actor Nicole Kidman says: “I’m not scared of snakes or spider, but I’m scared of butterflies. Sometimes when I come home from school the biggest butterfly you’d ever seen would be just sitting on our front gate. I would climb over the fence, crawl around to the side of the house –anything to avoid having to go through the front gate”
  4. Fill the first missing sentence in paragraph 1What is the difference between a fear and a phobia?
  5. People….are phobias. between 10 and 80%
  6. Grint and J.K.Rowling are afraid of spider
  7. Fill in the first missing sentence in paragraph 3 There are some people whose phobias are more unusual
  8. Famous actor’s animal fear are cats and butterflies
  9. There is nothing tastier than . . . tomato.
  10. A) a nice and red B) nice red C) a nice red  D) nice and read  E) red and a nice
  11. Choose a general word for the following words. A) a building B) a door  C) windows  D) floor  E) a room
  12. The temperature today is . . . high . . . it was yesterday.
  13. good as B) so … as  C) as … as  D) less … least  E) …, as
  14. I don’t know what … if you … this information. A) Happens/forget B) Happens/will forget C) Happen/forget D) Will happen/will forget F) Will happen/forget
  15. If person _ a story he creates it.A) thinks upB) comes upC) makes upD) brings upE) turns up
  16. We were watching teenagers . . . in the river Thames without prior permission
    1. To swim B) swam  C) swim  D) him swim  E) them swim
  17. How can you . . . with them?
  18. A) go on to live B) to go on live C) go on live D) to go on living  E) go on living
  19. Find complex object. A new movie made . . . about the way we live our lives. A) thought B) think C) to think  D) will him think  E)him think
  20. We . . . for a message from overseas at the moment. A)don’t wait B) have waited C) wait  D) had waited  E) are waiting.
  21. Participle 1. . . . at Bangkok airport we took the shuttle to the hotel.A) arrive B) arriving C) have arrive  D) to arrive  E) have been arriving
  22. He cannot behave so – adverb
  23. Computers . . . already . . . radical changes in the way humans live – will have
  24. 3rd type of syllabus: A) tire B) fight C) workD) skype  E) knife  F) herG) flag  H) start
  25. Chose the preposition by gerund. A) behind B) next C) past D) ago  E) after
  26. My friends went inside the house to talk.
  27. What did the newspaper say about the incident
  28. The correct pronoun: He has the habit of talking to . . .

A)him  B) herself  C) yourself  D) himselfE) ourselves  F) myself

  1. Sentences with Participle 2.
  2. They saw overturned tables and chairs all over the room
  3. Hearing the sounds of music, we stopped talking
  4. The man playing the piano is Kate’s uncle
  5. Nobody saw the things kept in that box
  6. This is the church built many years ago
  7. Monkeys . . . long arms. – have

Every year fewer people speak English as their mother tongue-but more people speak it as a second or foreign language. In 1950 nearly 9% of the world’s population spoke English as their first language. By 2050 the proportion will have dropped to just over 5%.Chinese is spoken by more speakers that any other language and the numbers of speakers of Spanish, Hindi and Arabic are increasing rapidly. During next few years English will become a language mainly spoken by bilingual and multilingual people. It is estimated that 75% of the world’s mail is in English and 60% of the world’s telephone calls. English is spoken practically all over the world. It is spoken as the mother tongue in Great Britain, the United States of America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. An England’s history helps to understand the present condition of English. Many English words were borrowed from the languages of Angles and Saxons.

  1. English language is. . . .
    1. used in the majority of world’s emails
  • not popular in China
  1. the second language for 20% of world population
  • the mother tongue for 50% of world population
  1. not used in India
  1. To estimate’ means:
    A) to calculate
    B) to announce C) to be known D) to spread E) to explain
  2. By 2050
    A) 5% will have spoken English
    B) 60% will have spoken Spanish
    C) 75% will have spoken English
    D) less that 5% will have spoken English
    E) the number of English speaking people will have dropped
  3. Chinese language is
    A) not as popular as English
    B) increasing in Spain, India and Arabic countries
    C) the leading language in the moderm world
    D) used only in Asian countries
    E) the leading language in the future world
  4. The English words were borrowed
    A) from Saxons
    B) the United States of America
    C) from Canadian and Australian languages
    D) from Hindi and Spanish
    E) from India
  5. Demonstrative pronoun
    1. From whom . . .
    2. I haven’t got a dictionary. Can you give me yours
    3. Much water has flowed under the bridge since yesterday
    4. At that time I heard . . .
    5. Himself . . .
  6. Participle 1
  7. a) We have gone to Almaty.
    b) Nick likes going to the skating rink.
    c) Going along the street I met Mary.
    d) Yesterday they went to the park.
    e) Our parents want to go to the theatre.

The British Education System.Private Education.

Seven percent of British schoolchildren go to private schools called independent schools. There are 2,400 independent schools and they have been growing in number and popularity since the mid-1980’s. Parents pay for these schools, and fees vary from about 250 pounds a term for a private nursery to 3,000 pounds a term or more for a secondary boarding school. Most independent schools are called prep (preparatory) schools because they prepare the children for the Common Entrance Exam which they take at the age of 11. This exam is for entry into the best schools. The most famous schools are called “public schools” and they have a long history and traditions. It is often necessary to put your child’s name on a waiting list at birth to be sure he or she gets a place. Children of wealthy or aristocratic families often go to the same public schools as their parents and their grandparents. Eton is the best known of these schools. The majority of independent secondary schools, including public schools, are single-sex, although in recent years girls have been allowed to join the sixth forms of boys’ schools. Independent schools also include religious schools (Jewish, Catholic, Muslim etc.) and schools for ethnic minorities.

  1. How many independent schools are there in Britain?

There are 2,400 independent schools in Britain.

  1. What’s a Eton? School for aristocratic
  2. Why are most independent schools called preparatory schools?

because they prepare the children for the Common Entrance Exam.

  1. What is a boarding school? Fees vary school during the term
  2. What is the important of boarding schools in UK? Expensive school with brilliant knowledge
  3. In Canada elementary education is general and basic, but in … junior high school years … students can select some courses themselves. -/-b. the/a c. the/the d. a/the  e. the/-
  4. We’re considering getting engaged. (Толықсөйлем).
  5. …is doctor, … daughter is in this class. She/whoseB. He/whose
  6. A cyclone ….strong winds last week. (Brought)
  7. Participle 1…. stright into my eyes. (Looking)
  8. Indirect speech.My father said «I have fixed your computer «.

My father said that he had fixed my computer. He said that he had fixed my computer.

  1. Date: 25/05 —The twenty fifth of May.
  2. Every country has its —(customs)
  3. Third conditional — if I had seen yesterday, I should have asked him about it
  4. Suggest синоним offer
  5. 65,5% — sixty five point five percent
  6. We . . . a lovely picnic until my wife was stung by a bee.
  7. A) had been having B) had had C) have had  D) were having  E) being having
  8. Cardinal number: 13375 –thirteen thousand three hundred and seventy five
  9. First conditional.If you drive fast, you will get a ticket.
  10. Choose the line of irregular nouns. A) men, geese, teethB) sofa, apple, grass C) noise, paper, blood D) information, pyjamas,  pianos  E) cloud, poultry, catle
  11. Complex subject.
  12. A) Some married couples have children
  13. B) Have you ever been to 7 D cinema?
  14. C) Our colleague seems to be preparing for job interview now
  15. D) The weather will be sunny next week
  16. E) Bright stars are out tonight
  17. Correct sentences in Reported Speech.
  18. A) Vicky said it is cold
  19. B) He asked her to help him
  20. C) Mark told me the windows weren’t locked
  21. D) Andrew said he is going to Spain in June
  22. E) Tom asked if Nick needed a lift
  23. F) The visitors want to know if they can take photos
  24. G) She said that she wanted to buy a new car
  25. H) Sadie told me that you were ill
  26. Choose the correct item. What did the newspaper . . . about the accident.
    1. say B) refer  C) speak  D) tell  E) told
  27. Indirect speech.
  28. A) She asked me where it happened
  29. B) Yes it should be great
  30. C) The doctor asked whether I was all right
  31. D) She asked me what date it was
  32. E) I am not feeling very well
  33. F) They said that they had to find the boy
  34. It is no use asking him about it. He has . . . knowledge of the subject. A) few  B) a little  C) a few  D) little  E) many
  35. Find the sentences in the Second Conditionals
  36. If you started coming to the course earlier, you could have passed the exam
  37. If I had visited Athens last year, I would have phoned you
  38. If I lost my job, I would find life very difficult
  39. If you had come to the theatre yesterday, you would have enjoyed the play
  40. I will give you the book on condition you return it back

 

 

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