Тест в формате ГИА

Время на прохождение:60 мин.
Количество вопрос:42

Задание 1

Вы услышите 6 высказываний учителей о том, что раздражает их в школе. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего 1–6 и утверждениями, данными в списке A–H. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей буквой, только один раз. В задании есть два лишних утверждения. Прослушайте запись дважды. Выберите свои ответы из списка.

Слушать запись -

A. This teacher has got a lot of problems with students.

B. This teacher likes everything about his/her job except the part that is not related to teaching.

C. This teacher dislikes his/her head teacher.

D. This teacher says only good things about his/her students.

E. This teacher has more problems with some adults than with students.

F. This teacher says parents are always difficult.

G. This teacher would like students to show more interest and enthusiasm.

H. This teacher is upset by some students’ lack of academic honesty.

  1. -й говорящий
  2. -й говорящий
  3. -й говорящий
  4. -й говорящий
  5. -й говорящий
  6. -й говорящий

Задание 2

Вы услышите разговор двух учеников в школьной столовой. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений 1-6 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чём в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (Not stated). Отметьте правильный ответ. Прослушайте запись дважды. Слушать запись -

True False No info
1.Tommy is not with them because he’s got a PE lesson now
2.David thinks that Geography is a useless subject
3.The next lesson is History
4.David hasn’t done his History homework because his computer crashed
5.David and Jenny have got exams in three months’ time
6.David thinks Tommy is good at French lessons

Задание 3

Прочитайте текст и дайте ответы на вопросы, для каждого вопроса определите верный ответ.


My name is James, I"m fourteen, and I moved to this town with my family three months ago. My parents lived here when they were young, but my brother and I didn"t know anyone here except a few aunts and uncles we"d met when we"d spent a couple of weeks with my grandparents, during school holidays. When I started school, one of my cousins, Sophie, who was in my class, was very friendly for the first week and I was happy to have a friend in a strange place. Then, for no reason, she stopped talking to me and I felt very hurt and lonely for several weeks.

In the end I made some more friends and since I got to know them, I"ve been fine. Now Sophie is having a disco party for her birthday next week and she has invited me. I don"t want to go. My brother says he heard someone say she only asked me because her parents said she had to. But my mum and dad say it would be rude not to accept. Some of my new friends are invited, too. How can I show Sophie that she can"t behave so badly towards me without causing a family quarrel?

  1. What is the writer trying to do in the text?

explain a problem
describe a family
offer advice
refuse an invitation

  1. Who did James know in the town six months ago?

no one
a few relatives
only his grandparents
Sophie’s friends

  1. The writer wants Sophie to realize

that he still hasn’t forgiven her
that her friends think she behaved rudely
that his parents dislike her
that she has fewer friends than he has

Задание 4

Прочитайте текст о поиске затонувших кораблей. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений 1-9 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чём в тексте не сказано (Not stated).


In the 17th century, there were many Spanish sailing ships called galleons that carried gold and jewels from the Americas to Europe. On 4 September 1622, two galleons called the Nuestra Se de Atocha and the Santa Margarita left Cuba for Spain. Just a day later, both ships sank during a terrible storm. Although the lost ships were known to contain huge amounts of treasure, nobody disturbed them for the next 350 years. Despite numerous efforts, no one was able to find them and they became known as the "Ghost Galleons". In 1969, a treasure hunter named Mel Fisher set up a company, "Treasure Salvors", to search for the "Ghost Galleons". Fisher used to be a farmer, but since 1962 he has worked at sea searching for lost ships. He was so successful at this that he could afford to set up his own company. His boat, Holly’s Folly, began the search in 1969 in an area called the Middle Keys, near Florida. Fisher had studied diaries and reports from the 17th century and according to them the Atocha had sunk here. But Fisher found nothing and he decided to get the help of Eugene Lyon, an expert in 17th-century Spanish history. Lyon soon realised what had gone wrong. Some of the islands in the area had been renamed and Holly’s Folly was looking in the wrong place. Lyon redirected the search to the tiny Marquesas Keys. It was two more years, however, before the team found a few silver coins and gold bars from the Atocha. Then, in 1973, they found 4,000 silver coins and three silver bars stamped with numbers that proved they came from the Atocha. The treasure was extremely valuable but the ship itself was nowhere to be found. It was expensive to continue the search but Fisher didn’t want to give up. He concentrated instead on finding the Margarita and started looking in an area called the Quicksands. To start with, just a few pieces of treasure were discovered by the team and then, at last, they found some half-buried pieces of wood. It was the Margarita. The divers continued taking objects from the Margarita for another two years. Stories about the find appeared in newspapers around the world and the treasure was eventually sold for £25 million. Fisher was rich and famous but he was still determined to find the Atocha and in 1985 he continued his search. This time he concentrated on an area called the Hawk Channel. Finally on 20 July, Fisher found hundreds of silver bars and chests of silver coins lying on the seabed close to the Atocha. It had taken 16 years, but at last he had found both ships.

True False No info
1.The two ships were forgotten about for 350 years
2.The Santa Rosa sank in 1726.
3.Fisher had to borrow money to start his company "Treasure Salvors".
4.Fisher read historical documents to find out where to begin his search.
5.Lyon told Fisher that the two ships had sunk in the 1973 was from the Atocha.
6.Fisher continued looking for the Atocha in the Quicksands area.
7.Journalists wrote about the valuable objects found on the Margarita.
8.Soon after he had sold objects from the Margarita, Fisher thought about stopping his search for the Atocha.
9.In July 1985, some valuable objects were discovered by Fisher near the Atocha.

Задание 5

Преобразуйте предложения, используя подходящую форму глагола. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в скобках.

1) Let’s listen to the flood reports on the radio. If we listen to the reports, we will know whether the roads are closed or not. (listen, know)
2) Do you think we polar bears if we to the Arctic?
3) Of course I don’t mind helping you. I if I to do it.
4) If I anywhere in the world to visit, I to Brazil.
5) You get good at something unless you a lot.
6) Every time you somewhere, you pollution.
7) The trouble is, people throw away too much rubbish. If people more, we the problem of full landfill sites as we do now.